Introduction to Dual Admission Program
In the pathway program for Centennial College (one of the public colleges in Ontario) and Toronto International College (TIC as a private high school in Ontario), a conditional offer will be issued to the candidates by TIC and Centennial College. Students will firstly take ESL program at TIC to meet the English language proficiency requirements, then take Centennial College’s academic programs.
TIC graduates who have successfully completed ESL Level 5 (Advanced) with a passing score of 70% or more will not be required to take an Admission Test for Centennial College’s diploma or advanced diploma program entry.
Procedure for application
after submitting the application fee and application to TIC and Centennial College, TIC and Centennial College will release conditional LOA and Invoice
Student pay for tuition deposit to both TIC and Centennial College
TIC and Centennial College will release the official LOA and receipt to students
Students apply for a study permit
TIC-Centennial Pathway program FAQ
TIC ESL graduates should successfully complete ESL Level 5 (Advanced) with a passing score of 70% or more.
TIC OSSD graduates should have an average grade of 70% or more to get into the Centennial and University of Toronto pathway program.
There is 3 option for students:
- retake TIC ESL Advanced level
- take Centennial College’s admission test
- Provide IELTS or TOEFL
- Length of program: 7 weeks/level
- Total levels: from level 1 to level 5, total 5 levels
- Detail of class: 9 am to 3:30 pm, 6 hours per day, Monday to Friday
- Fee: $3000 per level
Depending on your ESL level, it can be from 7 weeks up to 35 weeks.
Length of program: 2 years or 3-year diploma program
Fee: about $18000 per 1 academic year
From $15000 to $20000 per year
This program is suitable for senior high school graduates, two-year or three-year college graduates, and four-year undergraduate graduates wishing to apply for different streams.