You have made a great choice! Fleming College is home to a diverse offering of programs, and welcomes students from around the world. We proudly offer three (3) post secondary intakes: September, January, and May.
Review the programs that we have available.
Be sure to check the following:
Your application will require the following documents:
Fleming reserves the right to request WES (or similar) verification of documents: https://www.wes.org/ca/eca/
September 2023 Intake
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January 2024 Intake
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May 2024 Intake
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We process applications as quickly as we can, with a goal of providing offers within 10 business days of receiving an application. Application processing times can vary, due to the volume of applicants. Check your OCAS IAS profile often to see any updates (or check with your agent if applicable).
If you have not received a status update within 30 days of submitting your application, please contact International Admissions directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
See the chart below to determine the window for applications for each country.
Please note: If programs show as unavailable/closed in the International OCAS portal, they are currently full or we have a large number of applications that have not been processed. You are advised to check the application portal weekly to see if new spaces have opened.
Please submit through Ontariocolleges.ca International Application.
Please click here to apply on behalf of an applicant.
Current Fleming Students
Please submit through Ontariocolleges.ca International Application.
Upon payment of your application fee, at the end of the application, it is important you return back to your application to select "Submit". If your credit card requires processing time (can be 1 to 3 days) OR you choose to pay via wire, you will receive an update from Ontariocolleges.ca when the payment has been accepted. It is very important you log back into your application and submit - failure to do so results in Fleming not receiving your application.
You (or your agent) will be advised via email notification if additional supporting documents are required. Processing of applications can only occur once all information has been received, and the application fee is paid.
Within the Fleming College Ontariocolleges.ca International Applicant Portal (IAS Portal) you (or your agent, if applicable) will be able to:
Upon accepting your offer, all other Fleming offers will be revoked.
Please ensure you are using the International OCAS site (link can be found in Step 4). Applications sent through the Domestic OCAS site will not be assessed.
If you are accepted, you will be notified via email.
Approximately 7 weeks before your term begins, you will receive an email from International Student Services that will begin a series of important information updates to help you get organized.
Missing or incomplete documents will negatively impact the outcome of your application and the speed you receive an offer. Please ensure all required documents are submitted.
Due to Canadian Immigration processing times for student visa applications, we will not process any applications received after the dates below from the corresponding country.
Students who already possess a valid study permit for Canada can disregard the chart below, and are welcome to apply while programs are open.
|5 Months prior to intake
|Morocco, South Africa, Togo, Tanzania
|4 Months prior to intake
|Australia, Benin, Brazil, Cameroon, Congo, Jordan, Iran, Iraq, Mauritius, Pakistan, Singapore, Tunisia, Turkey, UAE, Zimbabwe
|3 Months prior to intake
|Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Austria, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Barbados, Botswana, Cambodia, Central Africa Republic, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Ghana, Ireland, Kenya, Kosovo, Kuwait, Macau SAR, Madagascar, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Panama, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Thailand, Zambia, Honduras
|10 weeks prior to intake
|Bahamas, Lebanon, Colombia, Venezuela
|8 weeks prior to intake
|China, India, Philippines, Vietnam, Mexico
|6 weeks prior to intake
*Updated April 2019. Subject to change without notice.
For countries that qualify under the Direct Stream (SDS) program, the dates listed are applicable to applicants obtaining a study permit using the SDS program.
For non-SDS applicants, please refer to IRCC's website for up-to-date processing times.
Please note: the above guidelines are based on study permit processing timeline estimates. Processing times are subject to change by the IRCC.
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International applicants must meet Fleming College's English language proficiency requirements in order to gain admission to a study program. See the Language requirements page for more information.
Specific immunization requirements for each program can be found on the Health Services page.
Some programs require include work experience as part of the curriculum. You may need a Co-op Work Permit. Check your offer letter for more information.
Available programs, semesters of intake, and more can be found in our International View book.
Applications are done online at Ontariocolleges.ca International Application (IAS). Further information is available on the How to Apply page for International students page.
There are two main categories for admission requirements: Academic and Language requirements. In addition, some programs have non-academic requirements (NARs) upon admission to the program. Academic requirements and NARs can be found on the program's specific web page.
Yes. For more information, please review our language requirements.
When to Apply provides information on when we are accepting applications for a particular term, and the Application Processing Information outlines estimated deadlines for admission consideration for applicants from different countries. The Ontariocolleges.ca International Application (IAS)portal includes the status of each program: open, waitlisted, or closed.
International applications submitted correctly through Ontariocolleges.ca International Application (IAS) would have provided the option to upload relevant academic and personal documents.
If this was not the case, the application has likely been submitted to the Domestic Ontario Colleges application portal. The applicant will need to re-submit their application by following the instructions available. Applicants can request for a refund of domestic application fee at firstname.lastname@example.org. (OCAS will not provide refunds if applicants have applied to more than one college using the incorrect portal).
Updates can be found on the Ontario Colleges International application portal. Applicants working with an agent can seek this information from their agent. If no update is received within 30 days of submitting an application, the applicant or their agent should contact International Admissions directly at email@example.com.
Some ancillary fees are charged upfront. For instance, students studying at the Sutherland Campus and starting in September will have the fee "Integrated Transportation Fee" (Bus Pass), and "International Health Plan" (International Health Insurance coverage). These fees are charged once (1x) per year in September OR at a prorated (reduced) amount based on the term they enter.
When using the tuition details charts on each program page to calculate the cost of upper semesters of a program, be sure to subtract the Transportation and Health Plan charges based on the intake you entered.
New merit-based scholarships are available to international students with excellent academic achievements at Fleming College. For more information, please review page 31 of our International Viewbook.
During the first 3 weeks of the term, students with an active timetable can apply for financial assistance through Fleming's bursary program found on the Financial Aid web page.
There are currently no entrance scholarship opportunities for International Students.
Congratulations! We will see you at Fleming College soon. Students or their agent should upload the issued study permit & visa to their respective Ontario Colleges application to complete the online admissions process.
Exact dates and information will be communicated by email within 1 - 2 months before the start of the semester.
Students unable to arrive for the beginning of their program should consider the possibility of deferring your admission to the next available intake, or withdrawing from your program - please refer to question “How do I request a deferral” and “How do I request a withdrawal/refund” below. If you are unable to arrive by day 5 of the term (the offer expiry date listed on your offer letter), contact International Admissions ahead of time to plan for the best course of action.
Students who have accepted an offer and paid fees can request a deferral by logging into their International Ontario Colleges application portal. Then, choose "Withdraw Acceptance", provide a reason for withdrawal, choose "Yes" for request a deferral, and follow the instructions provided.
Students working with an agent should follow their agency guidelines for deferring to different term.
A deferral can only be made for the same program within the same academic year (example: deferral can be made from September to January or May, not September to the following September).
Applicants that have not paid fees but would like to be considered for a different term, simply need to reapply to the new term through OCAS (on their own, or through an agent). These students do not need to make a deferral request.
In the application, choose "Withdraw Acceptance" provide a reason for withdrawal, choose "No" for request a Refund, and follow the instructions provided. You must include the International Student Wire Refund Request Form in your request.
For any questions on this process, please email us at International Admissions.
Once a complete withdrawal is submitted, it can take up to 6 - 8 weeks to complete refund processing. Please refrain from contacting Admission and Cashier's about refund status for at least 6 weeks after a completed request has been submitted. At present, students will not receive any notifications of funds transfer, so it is advised that their account be regularly checked.
Certain programs have a field placement/co-op work component where students have the opportunity to work outside the classroom in their field of study, as a part of their program workload.
To perform work as a part of your study in Canada (both paid and unpaid, on or off campus), students are required to apply for a Co-op Work Permit.
On your offer letter, the CO-OP WORK PERMIT INFORMATION page is a letter of support to your application for a Co-op Work Permit. You must indicate in your initial Study Permit application that you will require a Co-op Work Permit and attach this page to your application.
At the Port of Entry upon your arrival to Canada, a Canada Border Services officer will issue you a Co-op Work Permit along with your Study Permit. Alternatively, students can apply for a Co-op Work Permit during their stay in Canada using the same letter. Waiting to apply for this permit in Canada will result in added delays, and may impact your ability to meet program requirements.
For the most up-to-date information, please refer to the web site of Immigration Canada.
Information and tips on searching for housing can be found on the on-campus and off-campus housing websites. During International Orientation, which typically takes place the week prior to beginning of classes, students are briefed on their rights as tenants in Canada. Any questions that may arise after reviewing these materials can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students will receive a timetable through My Student Centre within 24-48 hours after checking-in in person at one of Fleming College's campuses. Prior to this, it is not possible to determine what a schedule might look like, however the number of class hours each week can be estimated by reviewing the program's curriculum on its specific program page.
For each class, the Unit/Hours can typically be divided by 15 (weeks) to find out the number of class hours each week. If you have further questions as to the delivery of the class, you should contact the program coordinator, listed on the right side of each program page.
In accordance with provincial law, personal student information can only be shared with the student directly, or to an authorized third party (example: an agent supporting you). A friend or relative can make payments on the student/applicant's behalf, or let the College know of the questions from student/applicant so that they can be contacted by the College with the answer. Friends and relatives would not be able to retrieve/access any information on the student/applicant's admission or student account.