Services & Resources

The facilities and resources available at Toronto International College include everything needed to undertake and complete the study program successfully. Light and spacious classrooms with individual desks, computer labs with free Internet access, and refreshment rooms are available to every student to maintain a comfortable learning environment..


A comprehensive orientation program is provided for all new students prior to the commencement of each semester. Click button to find more about Orientation and Campus life at TIC.

Campus Life at TIC

Student Visa / Authorization Application Support Services

You should apply for your Temporary Resident Visa and Study Permit at the appropriate Canadian Embassy, High Commission or Consulate in your country. The processing time will vary and it is best to apply as soon as possible. The main requirements for the Temporary Resident Visa and Study Permit are:

  • Completed Form: Application for a Study Permit
  • Proof of Acceptance (This is the original Letter of Acceptance issued by Toronto International College)
  • Proof of Identity (A valid passport and two additional passport-sized photos)
  • Proof of Financial Support (You must be able to prove that you will be able to support yourself financially while you are in Canada)
  • A medical evaluation as required by regulations for certain countries
  • Exact details regarding Temporary Resident Visas and Study Permits can be obtained from the nearest Canadian diplomatic mission.

After your documentation has been approved by the Canadian Embassy you are ready to plan your move to Canada. The student services coordinators at TIC are able to help you with this transition and will be pleased to assist with any details of your move.

When you enter Canada you must:
  • Satisfy an immigration officer that you will leave Canada at the end of your studies
  • Have been accepted by Toronto International College
  • Prove that you have enough money during your stay in Canada to pay for tuition fees, living expenses for yourself and accompanying family members, and return transportation for yourself and accompanying family members.
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