Information for International Students
• Over 75 full-time, part-time, certificate, diploma, and apprenticeship programs.
• Hundreds of in-class, web-based, and correspondence courses.
• The Centre of Excellence for Trades and Technology at the Timmins Campus offers cutting-edge programming in trades and engineering technology.
• The School of Welding Engineering Technology at the Kirkland Lake Campus keeps building on its international reputation as a leader in the field of welding education and training.
• We host annual events that celebrate our multicultural student population and build a sense of community centered on respect and diversity.
When to Apply
It is recommended to apply for a program approximately 8 months before the program start date. Due to Study Permit application times, Northern College does not accept applications after the dates listed below. Exceptions maybe applied for citizens from one of the below countries currently studying in Canada.
Brazil – 13 weeks prior to the start date
India – 8 weeks prior to the start date
Nigeria – 17 weeks before the start date
Philippines – 10 weeks before the start date
Russia 8 – weeks prior to the start date
Vietnam 9 – weeks before the start date
Tuition and Fees
Download and view the International Program List with admission requirements and tuition fees. Note: Fees are based on 2017 and are subject to change in 2018.
Scholarship Application – Latin America & Brazil
Scholarship Application – Nigeria
Scholarship Application – Russia and CIS
Scholarship Application – Turkey
Scholarship Application – Ukraine
Scholarship Application – Vietnam
2017 – 2018 Academic Calendar
Enjoy plenty of recreational activities in all four seasons. Spend time outdoors exploring nature trails and lakes. Attend a wide range of festivals, attractions and cultural events. At Northern, you are never far from your next great adventure. There is always something to see, do and experience.
We host annual events that celebrate our multicultural student population and build a sense of community centered on respect and diversity. Our Annual Northern College Traditional Powwow and Indigenous Cultural Awareness Week is a time for students, staff and community to learn and celebrate Indigenous cultures.
For outdoor enthusiasts, our Northern communities provide excitement and adventure. Snowshoeing, snowmobiling, cross country skiing, downhill skiing, and ice fishing can fill the winter months. Enjoy summers golfing, canoeing, kayaking, fishing or relaxing by one of the hundreds of lakes surrounding our campus communities.
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Northern College was founded in 1967. The college region covers a population of 111,933 (2016 census). Northern serves approximately 65+ communities with campus locations in Ontario, Canada: Haileybury, Kirkland Lake and Timmins.