Welcome to Collège de l'Île There are lots of advantages to studying abroad in a country like Canada. Canada is a multicultural country that celebrates diversity. Canada is a good place to live. People are friendly and you can feel reassured that you'll be living in a safe environment. Since Canada is an officially bilingual country, it is also an excellent choice to learn French and English.

About Prince Edward Island
With vistas of endless fields and waterscapes defining Island life, Prince Edward Island is one of the four Atlantic Provinces on Canada's east coast. Our rich culture and our heritage are just waiting for you to discover them, along with our matchless hospitality.

 



TO REGISTER

The deadline for international registrations is February 28 of each year.

Conditions for admission vary depending on the program you choose. You have to meet the conditions given, which will ensure that you are able to successfully complete your chosen program.

Here's how to register:

1. Request an evaluation of your academic credentials from World Education Services (WES) at http://www.wes.org.ca.
WES evaluations compare your academic credentials, no matter what country they are from, to certificates and diplomas awarded in Canada. WES evaluations are accepted by a large number of institutions; they are the most reliable and the most requested in their field.

*Check the option to send a copy of the report directly to Collège de l'Île.

2. Fill out the Collège de l'Île registration form.

3. Indicate the program of your choice on the form.

4. Pay the non-refundable application-processing fee of $30.

5. Submit the documents required for the particular course of studies.
*Photocopies and faxes are not accepted.

6. All newly-registered students shall meet the stated language requirements and shall complete an oral assessment in French and English before the Collège issues a letter of admission.

LETTER OF ADMISSION

To obtain a study permit, you need an official letter of admission from our institution. Your letter of admission will contain the following:

  • The name of the program into which you are accepted;
  • The start and end dates of classes;
  • Prerequisites you must meet to take the course, such as the knowledge of French.


When you receive your letter of admission, you will have to follow the Government of Canada's process to obtain a study permit. For more information, consult the site http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/study/index.asp

INTERNATIONAL FEES

Note that the following international fees are added to the fees for regular programs for each year of study at Collège de l'Île:

International fees: $3,250

Health plan options: Students must purchase a health plan or present proof of coverage. The cost to purchase the Collège's plan offered by the Destination Travel Group is $600 payable on May 1 of each year.

FINANCIAL PLANNING

In general, it will cost about $15,000 a year to study in Canada. Below is an overview of the costs in Canadian dollars to help you plan a budget for each year of college. Personal expenses depend on each person's lifestyle and personal circumstances.

  • Application-processing fee $30
  • Tuition $2,750 to $4,500
  • International fees $3,250
  • Health plan $600
  • Textbooks and supplies $500 to $1,000
  • Lodging (per month) $400 to $800
  • Food (about $75/week) and incidentals $4,000
  • Transportation:

Charlottetown Centre (option to take the bus): $500
Wellington and Deblois Centres (need a car): $1,500 to $8,000

LEARN FRENCH AND ENGLISH

Before starting your program at the Collège, you have an opportunity to enrol in an intensive course to learn French and English at Collège de l'Île This additional training is for a maximum of 20 weeks per language and takes place at the Collège. An assessment before you arrive will be used to determine what level you are at and how long your training will last. 

The digital portal is accessible via the Internet, so students can begin their language training in their own country and finish up in a immersion session in the months preceding the start of their college program. You have to attain Level 8 to succeed at college programs. Following the initial language assessment, the Collège will advise the student how many modules need to be completed. International students have to complete modules 1 to 3 through distance learning in their own country. Modules 4 to 8 may be completed in an immersion program at the Collège, or through distance learning. Since the immersion program on site at the Collège is enriched with cultural and recreational in the activities community, the Collège recommends this approach to reinforce language learning.

Fees and deadlines

English
Offered as immersion classes from April to June each year at a cost of $550 per module. (5 modules = $2,750)
1st payment (March 1): Maximum $1,375
2nd payment (May 15): Maximum $1,375

French
Offered as immersion classes from June to September each year at a cost of $550 per module. (5 modules = $2,750)
1st payment (March 1): Maximum $1,375
2nd payment (May 15): Maximum $1,375

You will find all the information on the registration process here.

LODGING ON PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND

Collège de l'Île has three training centres in Charlottetown, Wellington and Deblois. We don't have residences on campus but you have a few housing options.

We can support you in looking for an apartment or room to rent. You may also stay with a host family, but spaces are limited.

CONTACT US

Contact person:
Christine Arsenault, Coordinator of Admissions and Student Services
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Telephone: 902-854-3010 or toll-free 877-854-3010