Admission & Fees

Admission & Fees 2018-06-19T18:54:54+00:00

How to Apply

Before applying, please check our Admission Requirements

Step 1

Fill out the application form and submit the documents below to registrar@ilacic.com
Application Form
• Educational Qualification
• Copy of Photo ID/ Passport
• ILAC’s free online test results or an English proficiency test result

Step 2

After receiving the required documentation, we will schedule a Skype Interview to make a final assessment of your English level and determine if this program is right for you.

Step 3

If you are accepted to the program after the interview, we will provide a Letter of Acceptance.

Step 4

Apply for your Student Permit/VISA, if applicable.

Apply Through an Agent

If you are in contact with an agency in your country, they can support you through the application process. If you don’t have an agent but would like us to recommend one that we trust, please contact us.

*English requirements for International Students: ILAC’s Pre-Advanced level 10 or IELTS 4.5 or equivalent (TOEFL iBT 50). A certain number of weeks of ESL classes may be recommended in order for the student to get the required level to enter the program.

2018 Start Dates

March 26
May 14
June 25
August 13
September 24
November 5

2018 reading breaks: May 7-11 • Aug 6-10 • Dec 17-28. These are self-study times and there will be no classes.

2019 Start Dates

January 02
February 11 (Toronto Only)
February 12 (Vancouver Only)
March 25
May 13
June 24
August 12
September 23
November 4
January 6, 2020

2019 reading breaks: May 6-10 • Aug 5-9 • Dec 16 to Jan 3. These are self-study times and there will be no classes.

Start Dates

2018 Start Dates

March 26
May 14
June 25
August 13
September 24
November 5

2018 reading breaks: May 7-11 • Aug 6-10 • Dec 17-28. These are self-study times and there will be no classes.

2019 Start Dates

January 02
February 11 (Toronto Only)
February 12 (Vancouver Only)
March 25
May 13
June 24
August 12
September 23
November 4
January 6, 2020

2019 reading breaks: May 6-10 • Aug 5-9 • Dec 16 to Jan 3. These are self-study times and there will be no classes.

2018 Start Dates

March 26
May 14
June 25
August 13
September 24
November 5

2018 reading breaks: May 7-11 • Aug 6-10 • Dec 17-28. These are self-study times and there will be no classes.

2019 Start Dates

January 02
February 11 (Toronto Only)
February 12 (Vancouver Only)
March 25
May 13
June 24
August 12
September 23
November 4
January 6, 2020

2019 reading breaks: May 6-10 • Aug 5-9 • Dec 16 to Jan 3. These are self-study times and there will be no classes.

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Admission Requirements

  • 18 years of age or older
  • International Students: ILAC English Pre-Advanced level 10 or IELTS Academic 4.5 or equivalent (see chart below)
  • Successful interview with an ILAC International College team member
  • Education Qualification: High school/secondary diploma or higher education*
  • Work or volunteer experience in Customer Service is an asset

Entry Requirements based on ILAC English levels:

English levels and exit scores

*Note for Vancouver Students: Certified translation may be required if the certificate/diploma/degree is in a language other than English. **Note for Toronto Students: if a student completes his/her diploma or degree in a country other than Canada and the U.S., student must assess his/her credentials through a recognized assessment service (you may contact the World Education Services or the International Credential Assessment Service of Canada), or achieve 14 points on the Wonderlic test.

Students must achieve the minimum required test exit scores in ILAC level 10 to be admitted into the program.

  • International Students: ILAC English Pre-Advanced level 10 or IELTS Academic 4.5 or equivalent (see chart below)
  • Successful interview with an ILAC International College team member
  • Education Qualification: High School/Secondary School Diploma or higher education*
  • Courses in IT (completion of university, college or industry courses related to IT)*
  • Supervised experience in a related occupation is recommended

Entry Requirements based on ILAC English levels:

English levels and exit scores

*Note for Toronto Students: if a student completes his/her diploma/degree in a country other than Canada and the U.S., student must assess his/ her credentials through a recognized assessment service (You may contact the World Education Services or the International Credential Assessment Service of Canada), or achieve 16 points on the Wonderlic test. *Certified translation may be required if the certificate/diploma/degree is in a language other than English. High school documents and translations not required, if courses in IT demonstrate completion of high school; for example, completion of degree in computer science. Students are required to bring their own laptop to class. Please refer to our Bring your Own Device Policy (BYOD) outlined on our Policies and Procedures available on our website.

Students must achieve the minimum required test exit scores in ILAC level 10 to be admitted into the program.

Program Fees

(all prices are in Canadian dollars) *Diversity Incentives may be awarded to qualified students. *All information provided is current as of publication and is subject to change. *Textbooks not included in tuition fee. *Accommodation services are provided by ILAC – International Language Academy of Canada. Please contact an ILAC representative for more information. Additional fees may apply.

(all prices are in Canadian dollars) *Diversity Incentives may be awarded to qualified students. *All information provided is current as of publication and is subject to change. *Textbooks not included in tuition fee. *Accommodation services are provided by ILAC – International Language Academy of Canada. Please contact an ILAC representative for more information. Additional fees may apply.

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