Toronto International College
About Toronto International College
Toronto International College (TIC) was established in 2003 in North York, Tornto with an aim to meet the educational demands of Canadian and international students. The college offers English as a Second Language and pathway programs to prepare students for admission in prestigious Canadian colleges and universities. These programs help students fulfill the eligibility requirements for their undergraduate programs.
The college offers Ministry of Ontario recognized curricula for a structured learning environment for successful transition of students to post-secondary institutes in Canada. The objective of Toronto International College is to attract promising students from throughout the world and educate them to reach their full intellectual, moral, and personal potential by rigorous discipline and learning experiences. TIC is committed to the development of world citizens who are capable, intelligent, and compassionate enough to lead and serve in all aspects of global society.
Toronto International College's flexible approach ensures that it is open and accessible to a wide range of students, both domestic and international. The TIC provides outstanding services to its students. TIC's teachers and staff are committed to meeting the requirements of students and assisting them in achieving their educational objectives. They provide all students with a high level of personal and academic support to ensure that they not only succeed academically but also have a memorable and pleasant experience in Toronto.
Services and Facilities
TIC ensures small classroom sizes for effective student-teacher interaction, numerous volunteering opportunities, social and cultural events, relevant academic support and resources. The faculty advisor provides students counseling regarding career choices and course selection.
At Toronto International College, students will have access to all of the tools and resources they will need to start and finish their studies. To maintain a comfortable learning atmosphere, each student has access to light and large classrooms with individual workstations, computer labs with free Internet access, and refreshment facilities.
Toronto International College organizes activities and excursions throughout Toronto and the surrounding area on a regular basis to provide students more opportunity to participate in Canadian society and learn about Canadian culture.
The college provides help in finding the following kind of accommodations in the city:
Housing – Leased or shared houses or apartments near the college.
Homestay – Students can find homestay options in Toronto if living with a family suits them. It is a semi-formal setting where students can enjoy social and cultural gatherings with their hosts.
A Toronto International College International Scholarship for Excellence may be available to international students who have excelled in their previous secondary or post-secondary studies. Scholarships are limited at TIC, and the number of scholarships available is determined by available funding.
Facts & Figures
- CAD $ 12000
- CAD $ 0 - 0
Sports & Recreation Facilities
Accomodation (On Campus)
- The student should be 18 years of age before taking admission.
- The student must have taken either TOEFL, IELTS, PTE or an equivalent English language proficiency exam.
- The student is required to submit their original transcripts from all the academic institutions they have attended. (If the transcripts are not in English, translated copies must be submitted along with the original ones.)
Language Proficiency Test
PTE/ IELTS / TOEFL
Class 10th and 12th Marksheets and/or transcripts, Passport,
Additional requirements depend on the programs applied to, at Toronto International College.