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International Students

Students from around the world have found a home away from home not only at the Randolph College, but Toronto as well. The College has welcomed students from Australia, China, Dominican Republic, Iceland, Jordan, Mexico, New Zealand, Sweden, South Africa, South Korea, and Taiwan.

International students find Toronto to be a welcoming city; indeed, Toronto is considered one of the most multicultural cities in the world, while Canada is considered the World’s Friendliest Country (Forbes) and the Country with the Best Reputation in the World (Reputation Institute, 2011 Country Rep Track).

International students must meet the same audition requirements as domestic students, with one addition: applicants for whom English is a second language must provide adequate proof of English speaking and writing proficiency. The Randolph College recognizes a minimum TOEFL score of 607 on the paper-based test or 102 for Internet-based test within the last two years, OR an IELTS score of 7.5 (Academic).

Once accepted, students who are not citizens or permanent residents of Canada are required to secure a study permit and/or a temporary resident visa before entering Canada to attend school, and to submit renewal papers as required two months before the permit expires. More information can be found at the Citizenship and Immigration Canada web site: www.cic.gc.ca/english/study/study.asp.

Tuition for international students is $13,800 per academic year effective September 2018 ( (3 Academic Years in total). Scholarships may be available. 

Once enrolled, international students may consult with the Student Services Director regarding a wide variety of resources and programs, including but not limited to:

  • Housing support
  • Health insurance
  • Academic and peer counselling support
  • Local cultural or religious community organizations
  • Social service supports in the community
  • Embassy or consulate contacts

The Randolph College is listed as a designated learning institution with the Citizenship and Immigration Canada. As a result, international student enrolled in the college program may work a maximum of 20 hours per week off campus regular academic sessions and work full-time during scheduled breaks. After graduating from the college program, international students are also eligible to apply for a work permit under the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program (PGWPP). More information is available  here