International Admission Requirements

Admission Requirements

Our credit programs have academic requirements you must meet in order to considered for admission. Some programs have a higher level of English so it is important to check the admission section for the program you are applying for.

Link to general English Language Proficiency page.

Once you have selected your program or courses, you’ll need to gather all the required admission documents. You can find a list of them under the academic requirements and other requirements listed on the program page.

Application Deadlines

We strongly advise you to apply and submit all final official transcripts as soon as possible as many of our programs fill up quickly.

  • Fall Term – September to December, apply in April
  • Winter Term – January to June, apply in September
  • Spring Term – May to June, apply in January

Letters of Acceptance

Conditional Letter of Acceptance

A conditional letter of acceptance means that you are allowed provisional admission to Portage College with certain conditions attached to it.

It will contain your student ID number, program, location, whether the program is part full time or part time, start and end date and our Designated Learning Institute (DLI) number 0111010246767.

You must meet all the conditional requirements before we can officially offer you a place in one of our programs.

Official Acceptance Letter

Once you meet these conditions and an admissions decision has been reached, we will contact you with an offer letter. You must confirm that you plan to attend Portage College. The sooner you accept the offer, the soon you can plan for your studies.

You will be provided with a copy of the tuition fees and asked to pay a $1500 non-refundable confirmation fee, to reserve your seat in the program.

You may use the official Acceptance Letter to apply for your Study Permit.

We acknowledge that Portage College’s service region is on the traditional lands of First Nation Peoples, the owners of Treaty 6, 8 and 10, which are also homelands to the Métis people. We honour the history and culture of all people who first lived and gathered in these lands.
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