Your academic record is an important factor in a competitive admission process. You will be asked to provide proof of your academic credentials, which might include:
If the documents are not in the destination country's official language, an official/certified translation might be required.
As part of the admission process, the postsecondary institution or a designated organization will assess your previously completed academic credentials. Through this process, they:
It is strongly recommended that you gather all supporting documents while you are still in Canada to facilitate the process.
Visit the Web site of your chosen institution for information on how to apply. There, you will find detailed information on its admission requirements, including the academic documents you will have to submit, translation requirements, deadlines, fees, and other relevant information.
You can also contact the national information centre.
Its role usually consists of:
The national information centre is usually an organization affiliated with/mandated by the competent authority to answer public inquiries and provide information on:
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