All international students who wish to attend Southeast College should apply using the following steps.
**IMPORTANT NOTICE – Your application cannot be processed until Southeast College has received the $140 application fee payment.**
Step 1: Complete the Southeast College Application Form
Step 2: Meet Admission Requirements and Submit Transcripts/English Language Proficiency Testing Results
You must review and understand the admission requirements for the program(s) you are applying for.
Submit all official secondary and post-secondary transcripts from your home country and/or from within Canada. An electronic copy is acceptable for admission purposes, however, original copies will have to be submitted to Southeast College prior to the start date of your program.
If your documents are in a language other than English, you must provide translated documents done by certified translators or interpreters.
Proof of English Language Proficiency Requirements must also be submitted at this time.
Transcripts and supporting documents can be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Forward your payment of $140.00 CAD application fee. When you apply using our online application, you will automatically be redirected to the Flywire payment site to complete the payment transaction.
Step 3: Offer Letter
If you meet the academic and English language requirements, you will receive an Offer Letter from Southeast College. This letter will set a deadline for payment of the tuition deposit, which is equivalent to 50% of the program tuition and mandatory fees.
Once the tuition deposit is paid, an official receipt and a Letter of Acceptance will be issued. If you have questions about the admissions process please contact us at email@example.com
Step 4: Study Permit
An international student in Canada must possess proper legal documents to study in Canada in accordance with the Canada Immigration Act. For more information regarding studying in Canada, a Study Permit, and a Temporary Resident Visa, please check the Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) web page.
Some programs have a mandatory work component. Please check your Letter of Acceptance carefully. If you are in one of these programs, please apply for a Co-op Work Permit at the same time you apply for your Canadian Study Permit.
If you need assistance at any time during this process, please contact: