All Applicants must hold or obtain the following minimum qualifications before application to the residency programs:
Compliance with the Canadian Department of Employment and Immigration (under the Department of Human Resources and Skills Development) regulations governing the entrance of foreign students. Applicants are advised to contact their nearest Canadian government representative to ensure compliance with such regulations.
Foreign nationals are required to hold and present a valid study permit from Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) in order to register at CMCC. CMCC will retain a copy of the student’s study permit, for the duration of his/her academic program, subject to institutional requirements as determined by CIC. More information is available on the International Applicants page.
Transcripts from institutions outside of Canada must be evaluated on a course by course basis by the World Education Services, Inc (WES). This is the only agency from whom CMCC will accept foreign transcript evaluations.
World Education Services, Inc.
1400 – 2 Carlton St
Toronto, Ontario M5B 1J3 Canada
Telephone: 416 972 0070 or 866 343 0070Fax: 416 972 9004
Applicants are to contact WES directly to set up an account designating CMCC as a 'recipient' of their transcript evaluation,and to have their academic institutions send their transcripts directly to WES. WES will forward their official evaluations directly to CMCC.
These evaluations are due in the CMCC Office of Admissions by the application deadline. Please note that this process may take several weeks.
Notarized English translations of documents and certified true photocopies of the originals of all documents that are in a language other than English must be provided at the time of application.