International Application and Admission Process

International Application and Admission Process

Admission procedures are established for all programs. Priority is given to Canadian residents and landed immigrants. Provision may be made for international students applying to programs. International applicants are encouraged to have completed documents submitted by May 31 for programs starting in August/September of each academic year. Tuition deposits should be submitted through Flywire by June 30.

Important Notes: 

Parkland College does not defer applications from one year to the next.

Parkland College sends all official correspondence to the email address stated on an application form.

English is the language of instruction and examination at Parkland College. If English is not your first language you must have the equivalent of IELTS minimum 6.5 with no bands less than 5.5. You will need to provide evidence of having the English language skills in speaking, listening, reading and writing necessary to be successful in the program to which you are applying.

International Students – Parkland College Certificate, Diploma and University Programs

    1. Complete the Online Application Form
    2. Scan/attach all official secondary and post-secondary transcripts from your home country as well as from within Canada. A scanned copy of the documents is acceptable with your initial application, but original copies of your documents must be presented upon your arrival at Parkland College. All documents not in English must be accompanyied by notarized translations.
    3. Scan/attach proof of English proficiency (for example, IELTS minimum 6.5) if English is not your first language. If testing is required, have documentation sent directly to Parkland College from the testing service.
    4. Scan/attach a copy of your passport (first page and last page).
    5. Pay the $140 CAD non-refundable application fee through Flywire.

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Important Notes for Applicants:

  • Once you meet the entrance requirements, you will be sent a letter of offer.
  • A tuition deposit of 50% of program fees must be made in order to secure a seat in the program and to receive a letter of acceptance.
  • The remainder of your tuition is due on or before the start date of your program.

Study Permits

  • International Students must apply for a Canada Study Permit from the Canadian Embassy if you plan to study for more than six months.
  • The official letter of acceptance must be included with your study permit application.
  • It is mandatory to produce a valid study visa before July 31. Otherwise you will not be accepted into the program. Please apply for your study visa before May 15 to ensure enough processing time. You can find more information about the study permit process at
  • In addition to the letter of acceptance, you will have to prove that you have sufficient funds to cover tuition costs and living expenses for the duration of your study period.


International students please email

Outside of Canada

International Admissions

Agent Information

International Support
Last Updated: February 25, 2021