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Entrance Requirements

Academic requirements 

  • Requirement 1: English – ONE of the following options:
    1. English 12 in a primarily English speaking country (67% or higher) (provide your transcript)
    2. Communication 12 in a primarily English speaking country (86% or higher) (provide your transcript) 
    3. College/University level English course where instruction is in English (55% or higher) (provide your transcript, course may need to be evaluated) 
    4. Duolingo English test (115 or higher) - Available online, $50, free practice test, results in 2 days
    5. IELTS Academic (not general option) with an overall score of 6.5 that has not expired

  • Requirement 2: Canadian High School Graduation – OR EQUIVELANT (see options below):
    1. A 4 year Bachelors Degree (worldwide) where instruction was in English (provide your certificate of bachelors degree)
    2. International Secondary (High School) education evaluated here (basic option)

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Application Documents 

  • Application Form
  • Police Information Check with vulnerable sector screening 
  • Photo ID 
  • 2-character reference forms
  • Handwritten letter of introduction 
  • 35 words per minute typing test done here
  • Clerical work experience is an asset, please include this in your written letter

The Police Information Check can be obtained by going in person to your local police station, please ensure you ask for vulnerable sector screening. Please ensure you do not get your police check earlier than 6 months before the program starts. For example: If your program starts in October 2024, the earliest you can get your police check is May 2024. 

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