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Full-Time Catalogue

Centennial College Full-time Programs Catalogue 2022-2023

How to Apply

How to Apply


Choose a program

Pick a program that matches your interests and career goals. We have over 100 full-time programs, 160 part-time programs and thousands of part-time courses to choose from, so the right one for you is out there. Still not sure which program to take? Our Student Advising Team is here to assist you.

Before applying, make sure you meet the admission requirements for that program. You can find the requirements under our full-time program list.


Apply to Centennial College

If you are a Canadian citizen, visit There is a $95 application fee which allows you to apply for up to 5 programs. Are you applying for a program that begins in the fall? If so, you should apply before February 1 of the previous year. Any applications received after February 1 can still be considered, but it’ll be on a first-come, first-served basis.

If you're an International Student, please apply using the International Education Application Guide.

If you're applying through the Second Career Strategy, contact the Employment Training Centre at 416-289-5123 or by email at Second Career Strategy is a funding initiative for those who have been laid off and need training. For more information, please visit the Second Career FAQ.

Have you gone to Centennial College before? If so, you can apply as an in-house applicant. Visit Enrolment Services at any campus for more information or visit Re-admission.


Send us your transcripts

If you're an Ontario high school student or graduate, tell your guidance counsellor that you have applied to college, and your school will forward your transcripts to Centennial College.

If you’re a college or university graduate or graduated from a Canadian high school outside of Ontario, you need to request that your educational institute send the needed documents and transcripts to

If you graduated from a school outside of Canada, you need to submit transcripts and documents yourself. You also need to have the transcripts assessed by World Education Services (WES) or International Credential Assessment Service (ICAS).

Visit Admission Requirements to learn how to submit your documents.


Wait for your offer of admission

Once all admission requirements have been met, we'll send you an offer of admission containing the next steps needed for you to enrol. For programs beginning in the fall, we begin sending offers of admission as early as November 1st.

You can check the status of your application by visiting myApplication.

Once you've received your offer of admission, you're ready to confirm your offer.