International Admissions

Welcome to Canada – Study at Computek College

Apply Now For International Admission

You have made the decision to attend one of our Computek College  campuses in Ontario, Canada. Computek College has been a leader in the field of career oriented training since 1991. Attending school as an international student is both exciting and challenging. We hope to minimize the challenges you may experience through the guidelines found on these pages, or just contact our Admissions Officer about admission requirements.

Admission Process

  • Contact our Admissions Officer (via phone or email) or you can access all necessary information in our college website. i.e. Program details, General information regarding Computek College etc.
  • Once the application Enrollment, and the application fee of $500 is received, you will be scheduled for the entrance examination.
  • If you meet all the Admission Requirements of your program, a conditional acceptance letter and the invoice will be sent to you.
  • Once the tuition fees is received, you will receive a standardized letter of acceptance, which is required by the Immigration Canada to apply for your Canadian study permit.
  • Should you require any assistance in completing your application, please contact our Admissions Officer.
  • A study permit is required for anyone studying in Canada for longer than six months. You must have the study permit prior to starting your studies at Computek College.


Immunizations & Police Clearance

Certain Diploma programs at Computek College may require your immunizations records and your recent Police Clearance Certificate.

Pre-Departure Checklist

Travel Arrangements

Make sure you arrange for flights or other forms of transportation well in advance of leaving especially if you plan to leave during the summer holidays.


Accommodation arrangements could be made upon request.

Packing Tips

Accommodation arrangements could be made upon request.

  • Find out what the typical weather pattern is in Toronto during the time you travel.
  • Research how many pieces of luggage can be taken on an international flight and the allowed weight limit for each piece.
  • Always keep valuables such as money, passport and electronic equipment in carry-on bag, which should stay with the student at all times during the flight.


Email: This will likely be the most popular form of communication during your studies. It is usually free, quick, simple and avoids any time difference issues.

Mail: Allow for a couple of weeks for any intercontinental mail exchange.

Local Telephones: Make sure you inquire with the local operator or residents what it costs to place international calls. Consider purchasing calling cards to minimize the costs.

Mobile phones: Inquire if your plan has an available international calling package between your host and home countries and ensure that the host country network will support your phone and plan.