Please be advised that the May and Fall 2021 international program application are open now. Please visit International programs available at Northern for program information. International students who are still interested in Northern college but have not submitted their applications directly can apply for May or Fall 2021 intake. For more information, visit Information and Frequently Asked Questions for International Students
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Timelines, Your Information and Delivery
Program Delivery Methods
For information on whether your program will by face-to-face on campus, online, or a hybrid combination of both online and in-person, please visit https://www.northernc.on.ca/program-methods/.
How to Apply
1. Go to Ontario Colleges (OCAS) – International. A non-refundable application fee of $100 will apply.
2. Submit the following documents with your OCAS application:
– Official transcripts for any education completed (or in-progress) while in Canada.
– Submit an official copy of your valid passport and study permit.
– Proof of English Proficiency test result-IELTS (academic), TOEFL or PTE required by the specific
Note: Documents submitted to OCAS for education completed outside of Canada must be notarized, and translated into English.
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Traveling to Canada Information
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IT Resources and Services
Northern College requires all students to have their own laptop computer. The College’s “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) program is mandatory for all students. For more information, please refer to IT Resources and Services.
Haileybury and Kirkland Lake have no airport.
Flights are scheduled to the Timmins Airport and transportation to Kirkland Lake would be 1.5 hours and 2 hours to Haileybury.
Timmins is 1 hour 20 minutes [Google Map]
By car from Toronto to:
Haileybury is 5 hours 44 minutes [Google Map]
Kirkland Lake is 6 hours and 15 minutes [Google Map]
Timmins is 7 hours 32 minutes [Google Map]