Step 1: Complete the Southeast College Application Form
If you require an application to be emailed to you, please contact our office at 1-866-999-7372 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Step 2: Transcripts/English Language Proficiency Testing Results
You will need to arrange for your transcripts (Secondary and all Post-Secondary), along with your English Language Proficiency testing results, to be sent directly from the institutions and testing centre to:
P.O. Box 1565
Weyburn, Saskatchewan, Canada
You can provide copies of your transcripts to start with via email so that your application can be processed more quickly. Email to email@example.com
Step 3: Application Fees
Forward payment of your $125.00 CAD application and transcript assessment fee by Flywire. When you apply using our online application, you will automatically redirected to the Flywire payment site to complete the payment transaction.
Step 4: Offer and Acceptance Letters
If you meet the academic and English language requirements, you will receive an Official Letter of Offer from Southeast College. This letter will set a deadline for payment of the tuition deposit (50% of tuition, only refundable if study permit is refused).
Once the tuition deposit is paid, an Official Letter of Acceptance will be issued. If you have admission questions please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Step 5: Study Permit
Apply for a Canada Study Permit at the Canadian Embassy if you plan to study for more than 6 months. The Official Letter of Acceptance from Southeast College must be included with your study permit application. You should make the study permit application at least three months before the start of classes to allow adequate time for processing. New! Study Permit application deadline – May 15, 2022
International Students are also invited to apply for a Canadian Work Permit at the same time you apply for your Canadian Study Permit. Many programs at Southeast College have an integrated work experience or practicum portion that will require a valid Canadian Work Permit.
More information on the study permit process can be found at International Study Permit Information | Southeast College
More information on the work permit process can be found on the Government of Canada Website.
If you need assistance at any time during this process, please contact:
Student Services Advisor