The Award-winning College in Canada

Empowered Future for Students in Canada

The Best

Online & In-class Learning Experience

25+

Diploma Programs in Canada

Life-time Support

to Keep Our Students Up-to-date

State-Of-The-Art Classes in Canada

More reasons to study in Canada

Advantages of Studying at SELC College

Guaranteed Job Support

Our dedicated co-op departments assists students to find a job in Canada

Tuitions & Payment Plans

Affordable tuition fees become easier to pay with installment options.

Flexible Schedules to Study in Canada

Affordable tuition fees become easier to pay with installment options.

Pathways to Public Colleges & Universities

Students can transfer their credits to public colleges or universities in Canada.

Up to 18 credit transfer to degree programs

Transfer Your Credits to Public and Private Institutions

At SELC College, we facilitate a seamless transition for our diligent diploma graduates seeking to expand their horizons within higher education in Canada. Recognizing the value of continued learning and advancement, SELC has established articulation agreements with a number of esteemed public and private institutions across the country, ensuring that the credits earned during your diploma program are recognized and transferable to various degree programs.

This credit transfer system is meticulously designed to provide a smooth and equitable pathway for students to elevate their educational qualifications without the redundancy of repeating similar coursework.

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FAQ from Our Students

  • Are there scholarships or financial aid options available for students?
    Our college offers a variety of scholarships, bursaries, and financial aid programs to both international and domestic students. These can range from merit-based scholarships to need-based grants and work-study programs.
  • Can international students work while studying at SELC College?
    International students with a valid study permit are allowed to work part-time during academic sessions and full-time during scheduled breaks, such as the summer or winter holidays, without the need for an additional work permit. On top of this, students can work full-time during their co-op period of their diploma or certificate programs.
  • What are the admission requirements for international students?
    Admission requirements for international students typically include proof of secondary education equivalent to the Canadian high school diploma, proof of English language proficiency through tests like IELTS or TOEFL, and specific program prerequisites that may vary.