Admission steps

Canadian College of Healthcare & Pharmaceutics
Welcomes International Students to Canada!

The Canadian College for Healthcare and Pharmaceutics’ Programs. Our college is Registered as a private career college under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005 since November 2018. Campus ID No. 183895.

The Canadian College of Healthcare and Pharmaceutics is pleased to announce that we will be accepting international students starting January 16, 2023. Our Designated Learning Institute (DLI) number is – O278286722242

STEPS TO APPLY

International students will follow our simple steps to study the program of their choice

The international student visits the web pages below and selects the program.

It is advisable to apply for admission to the program three to six months before the start date to allow yourself sufficient time for visa application and processing. Please note that for some countries, the processing times can be longer. Please get in touch with the College for the available intakes or you can submit your query or admission form.

The main academic eligibility criteria for students is to have an Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent. All foreign credentials must be translated into English and compared for grade 12 equivalency by a recognized organization like by the World Education Services (or WES). Here is more information about WES on our blog post.

Non-Vocational programs (Skill workshops)
We also offer skills workshops (also known as non-vocational programs) to health professionals to advance their careers in the healthcare industry. These programs are usually 40 hours or less. Please note that study permits are not issued for programs less than six months. We will issue you an invitation letter for visa application (business visit) should you be interested in the program. The list of programs is available here.

The students must be 18 years old and must be able to provide documentation for English language proficiency. English proficiency requirements are as follows for consideration:

  • TOEFL with a minimum score of 80 (online) or 550 (paper-based), or
  • IELTS with an overall minimum score of 5.5 (with no individual test score below 5.5)

You will be exempt from the Academic IELTS/TOEFL requirements if you meet any of the conditions on the list below.

  • Completed an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (or Canadian provincial equivalent) and English credit (Grade 12 U, M or C) issued by a Canadian school board.

Ensure you have the following documents in electronic format (.pdf, .docx or .jpg file) when you apply online

  • A copy of photo ID – Proof of your nationality (passport preferred)
  • Official academic documents – (transcripts/diploma/certification) – Completion of Grade 12 or equivalent as compared to Ontario Secondary School Diploma
  • Proof of English proficiency
  • Brief resume/CV (optional)

The student is required to submit the student application form online. The students will be redirected to pay the required, non-refundable application fee CDN $500. This fee is needed to process your application.

CLICK HERE TO ACCESS THE INTERNATIONAL STUDENT APPLICATION FORM

Please note: The application fee CANNOT be waived or refunded in any circumstances, including.

  • After receiving the official Letter of Acceptance.
  • After obtaining a Study Permit (Visa).
  • If your Study Permit (Visa) has been denied.
  • You decide to withdraw program or do not meet the admission requirements.

Therefore, please ensure that you will be able to meet all the admission requirements before submitting your application.

Suppose you have questions before submitting your application or need additional information about programs, fees, or visas. In that case, you can request this information by filling out us international student inquiry form here.

To ensure that student applications are processed with priority, we will only process which include a fully completed online international student application form and payment of the application fee. You are expected to receive a decision within 1 week after of a submitted complete application.

If you meet the requirements of the program, an email will be sent to you including the enrolment contract and related schedules for review and signatures.

Based on the information provided, you will be provided instructions to submit the fees. There are two different fee options based on your country of residence.

OPTION-1 for SDS (Student Direct Stream)
The residents of the countries including Antigua and Barbuda, Brazil, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, India, Morocco, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Senegal, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, or Vietnam, please note that you have an option to apply under the program known as “Student Direct Stream” or SDS. This program allows a swift decision on student permit application within 3-4 weeks. It is the requirement of SDS that you submit the full tuition fees for year 1 to the institution. Please note that the tuition fees are refundable as per regulation minus $500 non-refundable for administration expenses. Please review guidelines for the program here.

Example of fee deposit for option 1:
Assuming that the international student fees for the Personal Support Worker program is C$7,992.50. The student will be required to pay the following fees:

1: Application fees (non-refundable): $500
2: Fees deposited with enrolment contract to receive Letter of Acceptance (LOA) / Conditional Letter of Acceptance (CLOA): C$9492.50
    (a) Fees for a pre-requisite program (if applicable): C$1,500 (non-refundable if visa is granted)
    (b) 100% of Tuition fees: C$7,992.50
3: After arrival in Canada: C$0

OPTION-2 for Non-SDS or Regular Student
For the regular student permit application to the Government of Canada, the student will be required to make a deposit of C$500 plus 50% of the tuition fees for the program applied for (International Students). Please note that we only collect the remaining tuition fees after your arrival in Canada. Payment of these fees is required to maintain your Study Permit status. The remaining tuition fees will be explained to you in the Letter of Acceptance.

Example of fee deposit for option 2:
Assuming that the international student fees for the Personal Support Worker program is C$7,992.50. The student will be required to pay the following fees:

1: Application fees (non-refundable): $500
2: Fees deposited with enrolment contract to receive Letter of Acceptance (LOA) / Conditional Letter of Acceptance (CLOA): C$5,496.25
    (a) Fees for a pre-requisite program (if applicable): e.g., C$1,500 (non-refundable if visa is granted)
    (b) 50% of Tuition fees: C$3996.25
3: After arrival in Canada: C$3,996.25

Canadian College of Healthcare & Pharmaceutics accepts payment in multiple ways:
  • In person at our campus using cash.
  • By E-transfer Sending payment to info@cchap.ca mentioning your Full Name. Please email your e-transfer receipt and password to info@cchap.ca for payment confirmation.
  • By PayPal (accepts debit and credit cards) – Please send us an email at info@cchap.ca should you need any support
  • By Bank Transfer (email info@cchap.ca for details)

– Account Name: Eduxcite Inc.

– Bank Name: TD Canada Trust

– Branch address: 6760 Meadowvale Town Centre Circle, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada L5N 4B7

– Bank Swift Code: TDOMCATTTOR

– Account Number: 0159 004 5294200

Applicants completing enrolment contracts and have paid full / partial tuition fees will receive a Letter of Acceptance (LOA) or the Conditional Letter of Acceptance (CLOA). The LOA / CLOA are accepted by the Government of Canada to apply for Study Permit (study visa).

The Conditional Letter of Acceptance (CLOA) is issued in case the educational institution determines that the international student requires successful completion of a prerequisite course or program before the admission. The officers of the Canadian immigration services issue a study permit for the length of the prerequisite program plus 1 year enrolment in a subsequent vocational program selected by the student. The students who successfully complete their prerequisite program will then need to apply for a new study permit and demonstrate they have completed the admission requirements. Missions overseas should take into consideration the bona fides and available funds for the main program, should the prerequisite be passed, before issuing the travel document for the prerequisite study program. Note: Foreign nationals who have been issued a study permit for a prerequisite program are not eligible to work off campus in Canada until they begin their main program of study.

After receiving the Conditional Letter of Acceptance and/or Letter of Acceptance, you must apply for a Study Permit (Visa) from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) (Formerly also known as Citizenship and Immigration Canada or CIC). It is preferable to obtain the Letter of Acceptance after making a deposit.

A Student Permit is mandatory for those who are NOT Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents of Canada and wish to study temporarily in Canada.

You submit your Letter of Acceptance and your visa application form at the nearest Canadian Embassy, High Commission or Consulate. Visit the study permit link to know more.

In case that you need help in visa application, we will provide a list of licensed immigration consultants who are external to the college to provide you guidance. You will have to contact them separately. Their fees are not part of the admission process.

Upon being granted the Study Permit (Visa), you must notify CCHAP’s Admission Office by emailing the visa copy to info@cchap.ca. You will be provided details to submit full fees upon your arrival in case you are a non-SDS student.

If your student permit is denied, please email us the original written letter of denial. You may seek consultation from immigration consultants to re-apply. We will reimburse you the deposit fees minus any bank transaction fees. The application fees of $500 will not be reimbursed in any case.

Please Note: Canadian College of Healthcare & Pharmaceutics must inform Immigration and citizenship Canada if you withdraw as a student, stop attending classes, or become a part-time student.

You will have to pay the total tuition fee upon arrival to Canada before the commencement date of your program of choice. 

Please refer to the program brochure for the fee and additional information. 

Please also see the example above.

After you have successfully obtained a Study Permit (Visa) and have enrolled in the program at our college, you can now make your arrangements for your stay in Canada, 

Please visit the following link to prepare for studying in Canada.

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/study/

Airport pick-up:

You can request the Canadian College of Healthcare & Pharmaceutics to arrange the airport pick-up service. The Airport Pick-Up fee is $100 CDN. This fee is refundable provided we have received a cancellation request from you for this service two weeks prior to the booking date for this service. After this, the fee is non-refundable.