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Centennial College

Why Centennial College?

Centennial College is Ontario’s first public college, which now has 9 campuses in the Toronto area. The college offers a great variety of career oriented and industry-recognized programs in business, communication, heath, engineering, hospitality and transportation. Graduates are job-ready and totally satisfied with their classes, instructors and support during their time there. Centennial college has almost 800 companies, like Facebook, Microsoft, Samsung, Mazda, Air Canada, and many more that take an important part in the program’s development, scholarships funding, and future employment for graduates.

EC Quick Facts

IELTS/TOEFL waiver granted for students who complete:

EC Level Pre-Advanced - direct entry to Certificate, Diploma, Advanced Diploma and Bachelor degree programs

Conditional admissions offered for

• Certificate
• Diploma and Advanced diploma
• Bachelor degree

Class size
Small class sizes give students a highly personal learning experience. Depending on the program of choice, your class could be as small as 25-40 students.
Annual Tuition
  • About 16000 CAD


Centennial college has 9 locations across Toronto area. One of them is in the same building as EC Toronto, so our students can meet Centennial college staff and see the campus at any time.

Eglinton Learning Site 
124 Eglinton Ave W, Toronto, ON M4R 2G8
Downsview Campus
65 Carl Hall Rd, North York, ON M3K 2C1
Performing Arts Commons at Daniels Spectrum
585 Dundas St E, Toronto, ON M5A 2B7 Story Arts Centre 951 Carlaw Ave, Toronto, ON M4K 3M2
Ashtonbee Campus
75 Ashtonbee Rd, Scarborough, ON M1L
Community Employment Services
1163 Ellesmere Road, Scarborough, ON M1P 2X6
Progress Campus
937 Progress Ave, Scarborough, ON M1G 3T8
Morningside Campus
755 Morningside Ave, Scarborough, ON M1C 4Z4
Pickering Learning Site
1340 Pickering Pkwy #102, Pickering, ON L1V 0C4

Application Information

Application deadlines

Centennial college accepts applications until the program attendance is full. To ensure the applicant has a chance of gaining a place, please submit your application a minimum of 4 months in advance.

New Students Admitted

January, May, September. Please check your program start date, as start dates vary by program.

Application Requirements

Letter of Offer issued within 4-6 weeks.
1. Confirm your acceptance as outlined in the Letter of offer and make a payment for the first semester. You have 4 weeks to pay the deposit.
2. Letter of acceptance issued within 1-3 weeks after the deposit payment was received.
3. Contact your local Canadian Immigration office and apply for your Study permit.
4. Send copy of Study Permit and proof of insurance to the college as soon as possible.
5. Full fees should be paid before a program starts, check deadline in the letter of acceptance.

Accrediations: Canadian Institute of Marketing, Canadian Technology Accreditation Board (1-5 programs), Canadian Information Processing Society and the Canadian Council of Technicians and Technologists joint accreditation (5 programs), Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing

What do I need to apply?

All applicants:
• Passport photo and info page,
• Study permit / student visa / PR card / Canadian citizenship, if applicable,
• Medical insurance coverage, if applicable.
• Official high school transcript, in English, or with an official or notarized English translation, which shows the results for the last three years of high school. Students still in their last grade may apply before graduation, and once graduated are required to submit a final official transcript before course registration,
• Official high school graduation certificate, in English, or with an official or notarized English translation.
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