How to Apply

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Step 1: Choosing a Program

The first step towards admission as an international student in Canada is making a choice of the program options across our faculties. The requirements are clearly mentioned in the program outline they choose to have in the OIC, you may wish to contact us directly and speak with an Enrollment Advisor. Your Enrolment Advisor will provide answers to your questions and guide you through the application process. Space permitting, new applications may be accepted for up to one week after classes begin. Applications may be made in person at either campus or sent by mail. Make sure you choose the program of your choice. The admission requirements are different for each OIC program. Please visit your program page on the website and make sure you meet the specific requirements outlined there. International applicants must meet the course equivalents of the Canadian admission requirements. Before applying, find out that you meet the requirements for the specific program you’re interested in.

Step 2: Requirements

The language in all programs at OIC is English. You’ll need a strong command of English speaking, listening, comprehension, reading and writing skills to be successful in your program of study.

All applicants have to demonstrate their English Language proficiency.

The following documents are required for admission:

  • Official high school transcript, in English, or with an official or notarized English translation, which shows the results for the last three years of high school. Students still in Grade 12 may apply before graduation, and once graduated are required to submit a final official transcript before course registration.
  • Official high school graduation certificate, in English, or with an official or notarized English translation.
  • English test results (TOEFL, IELTS, or equivalent) if applicable.
  • All other official post-secondary transcripts from other Canadian institutions, if applicable.
  • Admission with Unofficial Documents form, if applicable
  • Additional Required Documents

All items below are photocopied to the student file:

  • Passport photo of the first page
  • Study permits / student visa / PR card / Canadian citizenship

The students have to contact us directly and speak with an Enrollment Advisor. Your Enrolment Advisor will provide answers to your questions and guide you through the application process.

Programs at the OIC are considered to have open enrollment and applications are normally accepted until programs are full. Space permitting, new applications may be accepted for up to one week after classes begin. Some courses can fill quickly, and we encourage new students to submit applications as soon as possible in order to have the greatest course selection.


*Applications may be made in person at either campus or sent by mail.

Step 3: Contact Us

Here at Oscar International College we have dedicated staff readily available to answer any questions you might about about programs, requirements, and services available for students. We’re committed to helping students succeed in their career goals.

Admission FAQ

The Admissions process can be completed based on unofficial or photocopied academic documentation (e.g. Transcripts, test results, etc.). Applications are not considered complete, however, until all official copies of the necessary supporting documentation have been submitted.

If you are submitting unofficial or photocopied documents with your application, they must be accompanied by a completed Admission with Unofficial Documents form available in the registration office.

  1. Submit the application form, application fee, academic and supporting documentation
  2. Wait for the Admission counselor to review your application

Admissions decisions are normally made within 1-3 business days. If your application is incomplete, you may be asked to submit alternate documents at this time. If your application is approved, you will receive a congratulatory Welcome Letter and an information package which includes information on course registration, the deadline to deposit fee, important dates, staff contacts, and the campus map.

Before Starting Classes

  • Deposit your fee and the Admission officer will assist you for the registration. Registration instructions can be found in your Welcome Package.
  • Make an appointment to see an Academic Advisor, who will help you to create a study plan
  • Prepare for the first day of classes

Visit the Library to have your photo taken for a student ID card

Receive your textbooks and supplies from the Bookstore.The textbooks cost is included in your course fees.

  1. Submit the application form, application fee, academic and supporting documentation
  2. Wait for the Admission counselor to review your application

Admissions decisions are normally made within 1-3 business days. If your application is incomplete, you may be asked to submit alternate documents at this time. If your application is approved, you will receive a congratulatory Welcome Letter and an information package which includes information on course registration, the deadline to deposit fee, important dates, staff contacts, and the campus map.

Before Starting Classes

  • Deposit your fee and the Admission officer will assist you for the registration. Registration instructions can be found in your Welcome Package.
  • Make an appointment to see an Academic Advisor, who will help you to create a study plan
  • Prepare for the first day of classes

Visit the Library to have your photo taken for a student ID card

Receive your textbooks and supplies from the Bookstore.The textbooks cost is included in your course fees.

You can be admitted without proof of English proficiency, however, you will be required to write an English Placement Test (EPT) to determine your English proficiency prior to course registration. EPT tests are held in campus locations. If you need to sit for an EPT, please see your Education Advisor for a permission form and set up an appointment for the test.

Admission remains open until the end of the second week of classes of a regular term. Some courses can fill quickly, and we encourage new students to submit applications as soon as possible in order to have the greatest course selection.

Once the Education Advisor submits your complete application for admission to the Admissions department, an admissions decision will be made in one day. If you submit your application in person, an admissions decision will be made within one business day. If you submit your application by email or mail, an admissions decision will be sent to you within 2-3 business days.

If you are admitted to the College, your Education Advisor will provide you with a Welcome Package. The Welcome Package includes a letter to confirm your acceptance, as well as contact information and registration instructions.