|Established as Toronto's first public college in 1966, Centennial College offers programs in business, communications, community and health studies, science and engineering technology, general arts, hospitality and transportation.|
If you have a university degree, college diploma, or a combination of partial post-secondary education and significant work experience you can apply for this program.
Step One: Apply online at OntarioColleges.ca
Apply to this program online at OntarioColleges.ca (formerly the Ontario Colleges Application Service).
The program code is 6410, the College code is CENT, and the campus code is C.
You can also pick up an application form at any Ontario College campus Enrolment Services or Registrar’s office.
Step Two: Receipt of application acknowledgement
When your application is processed by OntarioColleges.ca, Centennial will mail you an acknowledgement letter, program information and an invitation to book and attend a Program Admission Session on campus. Complete details on how to book your session will be provided in the letter.
Step Three: Program Admission Session & Letter of Intent
As early in the application process as possible, you should register to attend a Program Admission Session at the campus. During this visit, you will meet with a member of the Interactive Digital Media faculty and find out more about the program. You will have an opportunity to demonstrate and/or review your prior skill development and accomplishments in person, as well as share your interests and expectations for the program.
Program Admission Sessions are intended to be in-person and onsite. If a visit is not possible, alternate dates and/or arrangements for a virtual interview may be made for this program on a case-by-case basis.
This program is designed to bring together a diverse range of students with different levels of prior training, experience, technical knowledge and skills. To better capture your unique history, we ask that you write a Letter of Intent and email it to the Program Coordinator no later than one week prior to your scheduled Program Admission Session. You may use the letter to provide:
While not required for admission to the program, those who have any of the following skills or experiences should use this letter to describe and/or include:
Letters of Intent should be submitted, via email, no later than a week before your Program Admission Session to the attention of:
Step Four: Decision letter
Within approximately two weeks of attending a Program Admission Session, you will receive a decision letter from the college. When you are offered a seat in the program, you will be able to confirm your offer through your OntarioColleges.ca account.
Prior to your start date, you will receive further correspondence including a fees statement.
Please respond to your offer by the date requested to ensure your successful placement in the program.