Admission
We consider each applicant to Great Lakes College of Toronto as a family, and put enormous care into evaluating every application.

Students may commence their studies at GLCT in January, April, June, September, or November of each year.

Students are required to apply 2 -5 months before each semester in order to have sufficient time for the Canadian Embassy to process their student visa applications.

Admission Requirements
Completed Grade 8 or equivalent or
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Student currently in Grade 9 - 12 or equivalent or
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Completed high school or
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Currently in university or college, but have not received any degree or diploma yet.
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All applicants are required to provide transcripts starting Grade 9 from their home country.
Certified translation of the transcript to English when necessary.
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If the applicant has completed external exams in their home country
such as IGCSE, SSCE, O level, A level, IB exams, please submit results
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Application Flow

Apply for a program
Submit your application form along with the latest school transcript. Make sure to have all required fees payed for the application process.
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Receive offer and pay deposit
After your application has been approved you will receive an offer letter to attend along with the tuition deposit amount that is required for the next step of the applying.
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Official acceptance and tuition
You will receive an official acceptance letter along with your tuition receipt.
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Visa and Permits
Verify that you have all the required documents (visa, permit) to be able to attend and study in Canada.
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Arrival and transportation
Notify the school about your flight information along with paying the remaining balance. Optional airport pickup is available.
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Orientation and placement test
Congratulations! You are officially a student at Great Lakes College of Toronto. The final step is to attend orientation and take your placement test.
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