To be admitted to any Greystone College program, prospective students must meet specific requirements regarding prior education, language proficiency and minimum age, where applicable.
All applicants must submit, with their application, academic records and other documents deemed necessary for admission purposes.
LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY REQUIREMENTS
(applicable to all Greystone College campuses)
Provide a proof of proficiency in the language of instruction (English or French), as applicable to the program of study.
For programs offered in English, international students or students whose first language is not English must demonstrate language proficiency by providing proof of one of the following:
- ILSC Academic English Placement Test – may be taken by applicants who have not taken an approved external English language proficiency test, the test results have expired or do not meet the program requirements.
- External assessment - English language level equivalencies for common tests such as IELTS, TOEFL iBT, and Duolingo can be found in the Direct Entry and Score Equivalencies chart for each program. Results will be accepted provided that they are submitted within the 2-year expiration period (from the issue/test date up to program enrollment date).
- Alternative English proficiency - Exemptions may be granted to international students who have completed a minimum of 3 (three) full years of study in a secondary or post-secondary institution where the sole language of instruction was English, and they can provide a proof of studies.
Applications sent through an agency are processed by the centralized registration team. Applications by a “walk-in student” are processed on campus.
All applications are processed in accordance with the requirements of the relevant provincial regulatory body.
Greystone College encourages applications from prospective students who seriously intend to study at our schools to further their education in Canada. To that end, potential students must comply with Canada’s federal and provincial laws and understand the gravity of providing false information or misrepresenting themselves to immigration authorities, to Greystone College, or to any other government agency.