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COVID-19: Admission Updates for International Students

Last update: September 08, 2020

 

How to apply as an International Student

Step 1 Select the Program you want to study

 

 

Step 2 Review Admission Requirements

  • Above 19 years of age
  • A completed Protégé School International Application Form
  • A photocopy of your Passport or Birth Certificate
  • An application fee of $100 (Canadian dollars) made payable to Proteges School by international money order. (Non-refundable)
  • Academic Credentials requirements for International Student:   An Achieved Academic standing equal to 12 years of primary and secondary education or Completion of a college or university post-secondary program
  • Proof of English Language Proficiency is required if English is not the applicant’s 1st Language

 

 

Step 3 Compile all Required Documents

  • Protégé School International Application form
  • Copies of original certified secondary school graduation transcripts for diploma and degree programs and/or any college or university transcripts for post-secondary programs and degrees.
  • All documents must be accompanied by a notarized, official translation into English (where applicable).
  • Proof of English language proficiency (i.e. TOEFL, IELTS, CanTest) must be submitted as well.

 

 

Step 4 Complete and Mail all Required Documents to Protégé School

Submit all documents and the Application Fee Payment by mail to:

  • Protégé School
  • Toronto Campus – International Student Centre
  • 3390 Midland Avenue, Unit 10
  • Toronto, Ontario, Canada M1V 5K3
  • Phone: 1.416.754.9866
  • Fax: 1.416.754.4439
  • email: international@protegeschool.com

 

Step 5 Acceptance

 

Arriving in Canada

Step 1 Finalize Arrangements for the 14-day Mandatory Quarantine Before Arrival in Canada

  • International students must provide their quarantine accommodation information to the School or arrange one with the school at least 8 weeks prior to their arrival date.
  • Confirm your eligibility for health-care in Canada
  • More information can be found at Protegeschool.com under “International Students”

 

 

Step 2 Research about Living and Studying in Canada and What to Bring

  • Researching information about Canada will assist you to understand more about Canada before leaving your country for Canada

 

 

Step 3 What you need to know before leaving your country and upon arrival in Canada

  • Prepare all Important Documents
  • Attend a virtual orientation session 2 weeks prior to leaving for Canada
  • Customs: Be aware of what you’re allowed and not allowed to bring across the border
  • Students are strongly encouraged to use the ArriveCan App

 

 

Step 4 Upon Arrival

  • Arrive 15 days prior to your first day of study
  • You are required to use Protégé School’s airport pickup to transport you to your mandatory 14-day quarantine period
  • You (and your family members) will undergo COVID-19 Test within 4 – 5 days of arrival

 

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