Application Process

International applicants are considered on their individual merits, but should have qualifications (approximately) equivalent to university entrance in their homeland.  To review the other criteria for acceptance please go to our webpage for future students.

International Students are requested to submit official academic transcripts (originals, not photocopies) from all schools previously attended and, where these are not in English, to provide an official translation. Applicants must further satisfy current Canadian government standards for immigration to Canada relative to finances, passports, student visas, etc.  These requirements may include depositing (with the College) the first year's total fees. The College requires, in addition, an affidavit from those undertaking support and a signed agreement from the student in which the rights and responsibilities of the student and the College are defined.

When requirements are met, a Visa Support Letter is issued for the student to present in applying for a student visa through the Canadian Embassy or High Commission in his/her own country. An application fee equivalent to $100 U.S. is charged for processing international applications.

Students are encouraged to apply at least eight months before their anticipated enrollment date.

International applicants are considered on their individual merits, but should have qualifications (approximately) equivalent to university entrance in their homeland, and a TOEFL score of at least 550 (paper) or 250 (computer based) or 75 (Internet based test); or an IELTS score of at least 6.0.  More TOEFL information is available at www.toefl.org. For reporting purposes, EBC’s TOEFL code is 8658. 

International Students are requested to submit official academic transcripts from all schools previously attended.

  • If these transcripts are not in English, they must be accompanied by an official translation and a letter from the institution verifying the language of instruction.
  • If these transcripts are in English, they must be accompanied by a letter from the institution verifying English as the language of instruction.
  • International applicants are not required to provide a TOEFL score if:
  • Their first language is English, or
  • They are bilingual francophone Canadians and have been educated in Canada, or
  • Their 4 most recent years of full-time education have been taught entirely in English in a country outside of Canada. 
  • International students are encouraged to apply to the college at least eight months before their anticipated enrollment date.  An application fee equivalent to $100 U.S. is charged for processing international applications.

When a student is accepted, a Visa Support Letter is issued for the student to present in applying for a student visa through the Canadian Embassy or High Commission in his/her own country.

Applicants who are admitted must further

  • satisfy current Canadian government standards for immigration to Canada relative to finances, passports, student visas, etc.
  • deposit with the College $3000 toward their total first year fees and a $2500 repatriation deposit which will be refunded to them upon completion of their program or withdrawal from the college. (A $100 U.S. administrative fee is retained if the admitted applicant does not attend the college.)
  • supply an affidavit from those undertaking support  which outlines the sponsor’s responsibilities toward the student and the College


*Note: The Student Life Department will ensure that compulsory medical coverage is provided for International Students who enroll at the college.

Application Information

Program Applications
Financial Aid

Citizenship and Immigration Canada

 

Contact the Admissions Office

100 Fergus Ave
Kitchener, ON
Canada, N2A 2H2

Phone: 519-894-8900 x 224
Fax: 519-894-5331
Email: admissions@emmanuelbiblecollege.ca