To ensure the process is as smooth as possible, we’re available for guidance every step of the way.
To be eligible to apply, international applicants must submit the following documents:
- Name of the program you are applying for
- Admissions requires that students submit a certified English translation of ALL transcripts and academic records (coursework, graduation/diploma certificates)
- Certified true copies must be authorized by the issuing institution (e.g., a ministry of education office, university, college, or school).
- Certified true copies that are authorized by a governmental notary public agency in the issuing country may be considered. If a certified true copy is presented, Admissions reserves the right to request the original document for verification upon your arrival on campus.
- If student send us WES or 3rd party evaluated credentials, they must submit official WES or 3rd party evaluated credentials to the admission office (course-by-course evaluated).
- Permanent Resident (PR) and Citizens who completed their education outside of Canada, must follow the international student admission requirement policy and submit relevant documents.
- English proficiency testing**
- Applications will be regarded as incomplete without test scores.
- A $100.00 (CAD) non-refundable processing fee
After we review your application and discuss the program details, we will confirm your eligibility for the program and send you a letter of acceptance. Once accepted, you will receive information to prepare for your program.
Due to the large volume of applications, admissions team members will respond only to students who meet the criteria above.
English Language Test Requirement for Admission:
English Proficiency Testing English language proficiency testing is required for all international student applications, unless a minimum of three years of study at an accredited university where English is the language of instruction
- CAEL – minimum score of 60
- IELTS – 6.0, with no individual score lower than 5.5
- TOEFL (IBT) – 80, with no individual score lower than 18
- MELAB – minimum score of 80
- Duolingo – minimum score of 105 with no subject test score less than 95
- Cambridge English – minimum score of 169
- Pearson Test of English – minimum score of 50
Note: Note: English Language Proficiency Test Requirement for Work Permit, PR and Settlement process is different from admission and academic purposes. Please review the IRCC link on the English Language Proficiency Test Requirement for Settlement.
Important information for International Student Permit and Immigration:
Disclaimer: Current Oulton College graduates are ineligible for a Post Graduation Work Permit (PGWP) process.
It is the student’s responsibility to fulfill the IRCC requirement.
Please follow links for more information on immigrating to Canada:
- The student’s responsibility to maintain the legal status after graduation and please follow IRCC:
PILOT NB Graduate Pathway: New immigration stream for international graduates of private career colleges (PILOT)
PILOT NB Private Career College Pathway:
It is PILOT pathway initiated by ONB and IRCC. It is not the only immigration pathway available. Please reach out to ONB and IRCC to learn about Immigration Pathways. Oulton College is not responsible and will not guarantee the settlement process, students must contact ONB and IRCC.