INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ADMISSIONS
DLI Number: O268300833522
INTERNATIONAL ADMISSIONS PROCESS
Springfield College of Healthcare, Management & Technology (SCHMT) welcomes international students from around the world. SCHMT is a registered Private Career College with the Ministry of Colleges & Universities – Govt. of Ontario, under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005 providing education in Healthcare, Business, Accounting & Payroll, Management, Food Service and Technology. SCHMT is duly approved by the provincial government as a Designated Learning Institute to host international students and Our DLI Number is O268300833522. Click here to Verify
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For admissions process please follow the steps provided below:
Step 1: Choose the program that you would like to pursue. International students can choose from amongst the following programs:
Advanced Office Administration Skills (57 weeks / 13 months)
Medical & Dental Office Administration (27 weeks)
Medical Office Administration (25 weeks)
Accounting & Payroll Administration (25 weeks)
Medical Office Assistant (20 weeks)
Food Service Worker (16 weeks)
Non-Vocational (Short Course) / Certificate programs are also offered to valid visa/permit holder and to those who have an authorization to study/work in Canada. For complete list of our other programs check our website.
Step 2: Fill out and sign the SCHMT International Student Application Form. Make sure to submit the completed and signed application along with a photocopy of the following supporting documents:
Copy of Passport
Educational certificates and transcripts
Proof of Language Proficiency
Note: if your first Language is not English please review our English Language Requirements page - ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY REQUIREMENT
You will be required to pay Application Processing Fees of CAD $500 (non-refundable). This fee will be credited towards the program fees once the student visa is issued.
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Step 3: Upon receipt of your completed application form, application fees and supporting documents, we will process your application for registration for the program of your choice and will advise you accordingly.
PLEASE NOTE: In order to ensure that serious student requests are addressed with priority, please submit your application fee prior to requesting additional information about courses, programs, accommodation or visas. Due to the high volume of requests, only genuine inquiries which accompany a fully completed online application, with application fee included, will be processed.
Step 4: The student will receive the program contract and enrollment form to fill out and sign. This should be accompanied with payment of International Student Fees (Non-refundabale) and Tuition Fees (partial or full). Minimum of 25% of your Tuition fees will be payable when you return the signed contract form. Any bank transaction charges must be paid by the student.
(The Tuition and Books Fees is fully refundable, if student visa is denied to the student and the student submit to the college the document that states that the student has not been issued a temporary resident visa as a member of the student class under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (Canada) by Canadian Embassy)
Step 5: On completion of registration process and signing of Student Contract with confirmation of payment of the applicable fees, the college will issue a Letter of Acceptance (LOA).
Step 6: After having received the Letter of Acceptance (LOA) and tuition fee receipt, you will have to submit the LOA, along with other supporting documents to the Canadian embassy /Canadian High Commission in order to apply for Study Permit.
Click here to view instructions on how to apply and the list of documents required.
Step 7: Once study permit decision has been provided to you, please forward an electronic copy of your study permit decision to -
It is advisable to apply for admission to the program at least five to six months before the commencement date to allow yourself sufficient time for visa processing.
Graduating from ANY Private Career College in Ontario, Canada does not meet the eligibility criteria to apply for a post-graduation work permit (PGWP). You can look for a degree program at a Canadian University for PGWP.
NOTE: International students already attending another University or College in Canada who wish to transfer to SCHMT should contact our International Admissions Department through email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call to set up an appointment at +1-905-216-1600; +1-647-656-3966 with our International Admissions advisor. (For more information on Credit Transfer process CLICK HERE)