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Toronto International College

Toronto International College

Toronto International College


Welcome to TIC High School, one of the most practical prestigious university preparation high schools in Canada!

We are an Advanced Placement (AP) PrivateSchool with many outside-the classroom experiences, on-going guidance and a 21st century lessons.

We are very excited to meet you to plan your path to growing success!

Toronto is the largest city in Canada

Toronto International College (TIC), established in 2003, aims to meet the needs and demands of students from Canada and across the globe. We cater to students who require individual attention and/or students wishing to pursue intense preparation for admission into prestigious Canadian universities and colleges.

TIC is a unique preparatory school for students who wish to complete their secondary school education, improve their English language skills, and/or be prepared academically, culturally, and linguistically for university or college.

We offer an Ontario Ministry of Education curriculum in an intensive, structured learning environment; especially for international students. Our students are primed to apply for and successfully transition into post secondary institutions in Canada.


Student academic evaluation is based on a combination of continuous assessment of course work, such as essays, projects, tests, and assignments, which comprise 70% of the overall course grade. A final exam at the end of each module accounts for 30% of the overall course grade.

Graduation Requirements

The Ontario Ministry of Education curriculum is ranked 4th overall globally. The Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) requires the completion of 30 course credits, the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test (OSSLT) or the

Ontario Secondary School Literacy Course (OSSLC), and 40 hours of community service.


  • Step 1

Complete the attached International Student Application Form. There is no closing date as applications are processed throughout the year. However, you are advised to apply well in advance because there could be delays when applying for a Canadian Study Permit.

  • Step 2

Send your completed International Student Application Form with all supporting documentation and the required application fee to the Admissions Office.

Supporting documentation includes:

  1. Proof of English Language Proficiency (TOEFL or any other internationally recognized English test)
  2. Academic Transcripts for previous schools you had attended
  3. Resume (If you have any employment experience)
  • Step 3

We will evaluate your application: based on your academic qualifications and English language skills for your chosen program of study.

  • Step 4

We will confirm the receipt of your application. If your application is successful, we will create a package for you, which will include the following:

  1. Correspondence indicating the program to which you have been admitted and the starting date of the program. We will indicate any conditions that must be fulfilled before enrollment can be confirmed.
  2. An invoice for tuition fees and other charges.
  3. Student services information, including health insurance, accommodation, etc.
  • Step 5

In order to accept the offer of a placement in one of our programs it will be necessary to pay the tuition fees and other charges due. This will include the registration fee and tuition, usually for the first academic year. Payment of the amount due should be made in Canadian dollars to the College of your choice by bank draft, money order or T/T wire transfer. After receipt of your tuition fees we will send you the official Letter of Acceptance and a tuition fee receipt or tuition fee deposit receipt that are needed to apply for the Temporary Resident Visa and Study Permit.

  • Step 6

Apply for your Temporary Resident Visa and Study Permit at the appropriate Canadian Embassy, High Commission or Consulate in your country. The processing time will vary and it is best to apply as soon as possible. The main requirements for the Temporary Resident Visa and Study Permit are:

  1. Completed Form: Application for a Study Permit
  2. Proof of Acceptance (This is the original Letter of Acceptance issued by the College you intend to enroll)
  3. Proof of Identity (A valid passport and four additional passport-sized photos)
  4. Proof of Financial Support (You must be able to prove that you will be able to support yourself financially while you are in Canada)
  5. A medical evaluation as required by regulations for certain countries.

Exact details regarding Temporary: Resident Visas and Study Permits can be obtained form the nearest Canadian diplomatic mission.

  • Step 7

After your application for a Temporary Resident Visa and a Study Permit has been approved by the Canadian Embassy, you are ready to plan your move to Canada, The student services coordinators at the College which had accepted you are able to help you with this transition and will pleased to assist with any details of your move.

  • Step 8

When you enter Canada you must:

  1. Satisfy an immigration officer that you will leave Canada at the end of your studies
  2. Have been accepted by the College you have applied for admission
  3. Prove that you have enough money during your stay in Canada to pay for tuition fees, living expenses for yourself and accompanying family members, and return transportation for yourself and accompanying family members.
  • Step 9

Welcome to Canada!! Bienvenue au Canada!! You need to contact the College and register for your semester after you arrive in Toronto.

Scholarships and Funding


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    Victoria Park Avenue,3550, M2H 2N5, Toronto