P.O. Box 631
Station A Toronto,
ON, M1K5E9, Canada
How to Apply
How to Apply
Centennial College is committed to figuring out the academic skills of all applicants before they apply, in order to promote access and student success. We do this through Global assessment practices, which 'level the playing field' and let people from different age groups, educational backgrounds and cultures to have equal access to post-secondary education.
However, applicants also have to prove they can complete their program of study, which is why we also judge them on whether or not they have the academic skill level needed to successfully undertake a full-time college course load in the desired discipline. If they don’t, applicants will have a poor chance at success as early as the first semester of the program.
Choose 1-3 Centennial College Programs you want to apply for.
Complete our Centennial College Online Application Form.
Submit the Application Form and Create a PIN (Personal Identification Number).
Proceed to fill out the remaining sections of your Application, and click "Complete."
Email scanned copies of your required application documents (see Admission Requirements) to email@example.com.
Contact your Regional Admissions Team member to check your application status (Include your student number, or name and date of birth in your email).
If you meet the admission requirements, you will receive an acceptance package. In order to secure a seat in your program, pay your registration deposit and tuition fees by the deadlines indicated on your offer letter. View Payments Options.
Apply for a Study Permit/Visa using your Centennial College offer letter, fee receipt and other documents required by Citizenship and Immigration Canada.
Notify your Admissions Team if your study permit application is approved.
Congratulations! Plan to complete your registration in person upon arrival at the Centennial College International Centre (Hard copies of your original documents, passport and study permit are required).
When to apply
Apply early! Allow approximately four to six months before your expected start date to allow sufficient time for admission and Study Permit/Visa processing. However, applications received closer to the start date will be considered if there is space available in the program. Centennial College Programs are offered in the Fall (September), Winter (January), and Summer (May). The available start date(s) for all programs are listed on Centennial College’s online program outlines.
How to Apply for English Language Learning (ELL)
Please follow instructions on the "How to Apply" tab of English Language Learning (ELL) program outline.
Are you having difficulties with the online form?
Please note you can hover over each field in the online form for "help."
To complete your application, you should be using one of the following Internet browsers. If you are trying to create an application using another browser, you may experience difficulties.
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 and 10
- Firefox 36
- Google Chrome 41
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Please Submit a Paper Application
- Download and Print the Centennial College Paper Application Form
- Scan the completed application form along with certified true copies of the student’s documents (in one combined PDF) and email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Reasonable efforts will be made to adhere to programs offered. The application is not an irrevocable offering by Centennial College to the student. Centennial College reserves the right to make changes, without prior notice, affecting but not limited to areas such as admission procedures, tuition, other fees, courses of instruction, program location, programs of study and general regulations. Centennial College will not be liable for any loss or damage incurred by the student as a result of such changes.