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International Programs: Registration & Return Policy

Registrations for February 2014

Registration Deadline: November 29, 2013

Assessment Dates: January 16 – 31, 2014

Orientation Date for Clarkson SS – Peel Academy for International Students  *NEW STUDENTS MUST ATTEND: January 29, 2014

Arrival Deadline Date: February 14, 2014

Registrations for September 2014

As of December 1, 2013 - register directly with the Peel District School Board at www.studyincanada-peel.ca

Registration deadline: July 11, 2014

High School Credit, Middle School Programs

Registration Procedure

In order to obtain a Study Permit if your country does not qualify for Visitor Visa Exemption in Canada the following steps must be followed prior to applying for a Study or Visitor Visa.

STEP 1

  • Make arrangements with the International Office to register for the required program and complete the required application form
  • 50% of the tuition fee (minimum payment of 1 semester) is required + the non-refundable application fee
  • You will be provided with 1 original Acceptance letter and Receipt
  • You must submit the visa and/or study permit application including the acceptance letter and receipt and all other supporting documentation as per the Study Permit application requirements which can be found by visiting www.cic.gc.ca

Once a Study Permit is granted the student and/or representative is required to provide a minimum of 2 weeks notice of the arrival date. Once the student arrives in Canada the following steps must be followed in order to be admitted to school.

STEP 2

Call the International Office to arrange an appointment to complete the registration process and to book an assessment. 

Students must bring the following documents:

  • Acceptance Letter & Receipt from TCET
  • Study Permit and/or Visitor Visa
  • Passport & other travel documents
  • Immunization records (Translated in English) *If the student does not have this they may not be able to start school until they have an appointment with Peel Public Health
  • Academic Transcripts  (Translated in English)
  • Proof of address (Residency) *Original current utility bill i.e. Hydro, Water, Gas or cable
  • Proof of Health Insurance Coverage
  • Copy of Custodianship/Guardianship (minors under 18)
  • 1 Passport Picture (For student file)
  • A scientific calculator for the math assessment

**Note: Upon arrival in Canada, it is mandatory that ALL students pay the balance of the tuition owing for the school year and purchase StudentGuard Health Insurance at a cost of $1.75/day.

STEP 3

  • Complete the Middle School Assessment appointment or CLBA High School Assessment that will be arranged by the International Office.
    • Middle School Assessments take place at: 100 Elm Drive West, Mississauga, ON L5B 1L9
    • We Welcome the World Centre located in Adult Education Centre, entrance and parking at back
    • CLBA Assessments take place at: 90 Burnhamthorpe Road W, Suite 210, Mississauga, On L5Z 3C3
  • The CLBA (Canadian Language Benchmark Assessment) and Mathematics Placement Inventory High School assessment will take approximately 3 – 4 hours to complete.
  • An appointment with a Guidance Counselor will be arranged for the next available time at the selected school.
  • Attend the scheduled Counselor appointment with the required documents.
  • You will receive your schedule and will be ready to begin your studies.

Payment Methods

Payments can be made to the Centre for Education & Training in the form of cash, personal cheque, Visa, MasterCard, Money Order or Bank Draft.

Wire transfers are also accepted:

Bank: Royal Bank of Canada City Centre Drive Branch (Mississauga, On)

Name: Centre for Education and Training

Attention: Ellen Young

Transit # 03132

Bank # 003

Account # 101-003-2

Swift # Royccat2

ABA # 021000021

Please notify the Centre for Education & Training of all bank transfers within 24 hours of transaction. A copy can be faxed to the International office: 1-905-949-6004, to the attention of Ms. Aimee Capozzi or emailed to international@tcet.com 

REFUND POLICY

Most schools do not issue refunds to fee-paying students wishing to leave programs/courses prematurely. However, Centre for Education & Training is committed to making a positive difference in the lives of its international learners. This commitment to client satisfaction has led to the following refund policy, which we believe to be as fair as possible.

REASON FOR REFUND

MIDDLE SCHOOL & HIGH SCHOOL

  
  

If the request for a Study Permit is denied by Citizenship & Immigration Canada.  Applicants must: 
1.  The original Letter of Rejection from Citizenship and Immigration Canada 
2.  The original letter of acceptance from the Centre for Education & Training  
3.  The original receipt of paid tuition fees

The total tuition fees paid are refunded
less a $500.00 administration fee

  
  

If the student has not applied for a Study Permit and has withdrawn the application prior to the commencement of school. To obtain a refund the student must provide: 
1.  The original letter of acceptance from the Centre for Education & Training  
2.  The original receipt of paid tuition fees

The total tuition fees paid are refunded
less a $750.00 administration fee

  
  

Withdrawal from Centre for Education & Training after commencing classes

No refund will be given following the
commencement of studies for the duration of the
program in which the learner is registered for.

 

1. There will be no refund of the tuition fees after a Study Permit has been granted using the Centre for Education & Training official letter of acceptance if the student chooses to withdraw for any reason.

2. There will be no refund after commencement of studies.

3. There will be no refund of tuition fees if the student is found in violation of school regulations and has been withdrawn from school as a result.

4. There will be no refund of tuition fees if the student changes immigration status during the year. Students who become permanent residents of Canada after school fees are paid will not be entitled for a refund.

Please allow 4 - 6 weeks for the refund to be issued.

Health Insurance Refund Policy

In the event you must cancel your policy and it was never used, the remaining health insurance fees will be returned following the waiting period required by StudentGuard, minus a $50.00 CAD Administration Fee. As the Centre for Education & Training believes that it is important for students to have medical coverage while in Canada, learners are not required to withdraw from the plan and may continue to use their Student Guard coverage for which they have paid, regardless of withdrawing from our programs.

Forms

High School Application Form (PDF)

Middle School Application Form (PDF)

Custodianship Document (PDF)

Employment Ontario
Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration
Jobillico
Toronto Employment & Social Services
Region of Peel
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Service Canada
Government of Saskatchewan
Employment Ontario
Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration
Jobillico
Toronto Employment & Social Services
Region of Peel
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Service Canada
Government of Saskatchewan
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