Founded in 1967, Durham College is located in the Durham area of Ontario, Canada. Provides first-year information, academic support resources, career services, and academic learning services to students.
The college is committed to a diverse and inclusive campus for all students and staff, regardless of race. They pledge to listen, learn and take practical steps to ensure equitable and inclusive access for all.
International students commencing programs at Durham College will be eligible for a variety of scholarships that can help offset the cost of your studies. The awards are open only to new full-time international students in their first program of study at Durham College.
ENGLISH PROFICIENCY ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIP
- Submit their application for admission and pay their fees by the deadline indicated on their offer letter.
- Arrive in Canada and remain enrolled at Durham College past the 10th day of the semester.
- If a student withdraws from Semester 2 prior to the 10th day of the semester, the scholarship will be revoked and the money awarded will be subtracted from their refund.
- If a student fails to register for Semester 2 classes prior to the 5th day of the semester, the scholarship will be revoked and the money awarded will be subtracted from their account.
- Scholarships are awarded towards second semester fees and will be awarded prior to the deadline for the student’s second semester fee payment.
- If a student has paid their full year fees in total before receiving the scholarship money, refund cheques will be issued in the month following the start of each semester (October, February and June)
- Application deadline: Open
- Host University: Durham College
- Study level: Undergraduate level
- The scholarship can be taken in Canada
Funding provided in the Scholarships
Durham College will provide the scholarship amount of $ 2000 to deserving and needy students.
English Language Requirements
Applicants may be admitted to Durham College for our undergraduate programs if they have an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD)* or equivalent high school diploma from another country which includes: one senior-level English language credit (from an English speaking country as listed below**), equivalent English Proficiency test results (see chart below), or completion of an English for Academic Purposes (EAP) program through one of our recognized English Language Partner schools.
*Applicants from Canadian curriculum high schools both inside and outside of Canada must complete a minimum of three years high school credits to be considered for exemption from TOEFL/Academic IELTS requirements upon provision of a full transcript.
**Applicants with a minimum of three years of high school or post-secondary studies in Canada, Australia, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, New Zealand, Singapore, United States, United Kingdom, Some Caribbean*** and selected other countries (see list below) may be exempted from TOEFL/Academic IELTS requirements upon provision of a full transcript. Exceptions may apply, please contact the International’s Education office for full details.
Conditions for submission
- Acceptable Course or Subjects: Bachelor’s degree in any major offered by the university.
- Eligibility Criteria: To be eligible, applicants must meet all of the specified criteria:
- Submit the admission application and pay their fees by the deadline specified in their offer letter.
- Arrive in Canada and stay enrolled at Durham College after the tenth day of the semester.
How to apply
- How to Apply: Aspirants must gain admission to a bachelor’s degree program at the university.
- Supporting Documents: Applicants must submit the following:
- High school transcript (high school)
- High school diploma (high school)
- Post-secondary transcript (college or university)
- Post-secondary certificate (college or university)
- Entry requirements: When applying to a program, applicants must meet all study requirements.
- Language Requirement: Applicants applying to Durham College must meet all English language proficiency requirements.