The Fleming Advantage for International Students
We're here for you.
We understand that an education abroad can be both enriching and daunting, so we dedicate ourselves to making your experience in and out of the classroom a success. We will connect with you regularly and often to give you the support you need and help you adjust well academically, culturally and socially. We'll help you get involved, meet other students and make the most out of your stay.
International Student Services
- Free Airport Pick-up
Once you contact us with your flight and arrival details, we can prearrange free transportation from the airport to the Fleming Campus.
- Welcoming Orientation
Within the first week of your arrival our International Education Officer will give you a detailed orientation, which will include insights into Canadian culture, an orientation to the campus, the city and your neighbourhood and help with setting up your new home away from home.
- Student Advising
Every new, full-time first semester student is matched with an advisor. Your advisor is committed to your success, and has useful information about college programs and services to assist you during your transition to college.
- Free Tutoring
Should you need help in any of your classes, Fleming College offers free tutorial support in any subject through group tutorials and drop-in workshops.
- Cultural Trips and Events
Throughout the year we will organize fun day trips and events for International students to showcase Canada's culture and tourism points of interest.
- Health Care
Every international student will be enrolled in a health insurance plan. The Office of International Students will help you fill out the required forms. You can also access professional, strictly confidential healthcare through Health Services at the campuses in Peterborough and in Lindsay. A registered nurse is available weekdays, and access to a part-time physician is available by appointment.
International Education at Fleming College
Learning Through Experience
Our programs are designed to give you the best possible real-world, real-work experiences. Depending on your program, you'll have many options to apply what you've learned to your chosen field of study.
- Work Placements
- In a lab, or clinical setting
- Co-op Employment
- Semester-long applied projects
- Wireless Information Networking
- International Business Management
- Geographic Information Systems (GIS) - Applications Specialist
- Geographic Information Systems (GIS) - Cartographic Specialist
- Project Management
- Fitness & Health Promotion
Revised: January 8, 2013