Application Procedure for International Students

Step 1:
Request via e-mail the Vocational Program Enrolment Contract and complete all fields. Make sure you submit your completed and signed Enrolment Contract along with a photocopy of the following supporting documents – Passport pages containing your photo and personal identification; Educationanl certificates and transcripts; your latest personal Resume or curriculum vitae; and, a CAD$250.00 Canadian Money Order Non-refundable Application Fee. All documents referred to in the Vocational Program Enrolment Contract will be e-mailed to you.

Step 2:
Upon receipt of your completed Enrolment Contract and supporting documents, we will check your eligibility and may request additional information if required before confirming your admission.

Step 3:
To transfer the Application or Program fees, provide your bank with the following information:

Beneficiary Name:Canadian Career College of Innovative Technology and Management
Beneficiary Address: 920 Yonge Street, Suite # 725, Toronto, ON, M4W3C7
Bank Name: TD Canada Trust
Bank Address: 55King St. W. & Bay St. Toronto, ON, M5K 1A2
Bank number/Institute number: 004
Transit number: 10252
Account number: 0680-5272085
US Correspondent Bank: Bank of America, New York, NY
ABA #: 026 009 593

NOTE: Bank Fees associated with bank wire transfers are the applicant’s responsibility. (Example: If you are transferring CAD$3,500, and your bank is charging a transfer fee of CAD$40, the amount DUE by the applicant is $3,540.00 CAD. If by chance the wired/credited amount into CCCITM bank is not the tuition amount agreed at time of payment, the applicant will be required to pay the difference in person.
Step 4:

To confirm your admission, the College will send you a Letter of Acceptance that is required by Canadian High Commission to process your Canadian Student Permit.

Step 5:
Go to the following web site:
scroll down to the bottom of the page, and download the following documents:
Study Permit Guide,
Application for a Study Permit, and,
Document Checklist:

Step 6:
Visit your nearest Canadian High Commission to file your Canadian Study Permit application at least 3 months in advance of your program start date. Make sure you provide them with a fully completed and accurate Study Permit Application Form, make sure that you include all supporting documents, and, act as per their requirements to ensure a positive outcome of your visa application.

Step 7:
Upon a receipt of a response from the Canadian High Commission, you should immediately inform us of the outcome of your Canadian Study Permit Application.