St. Lawrence College
Established along the St. Lawrence River in eastern Ontario, St. Lawrence College (SLC) is a College of Applied Arts and Technology with three campuses in Eastern Ontario, Cornwall (1968) Kingston (1969) & Brockville (1970). All campuses are located within easy traveling distance of two of Canada's largest cities, Toronto and Montreal. The college’s overall approval rating for learning environment, quality of faculty, and excellence in graduate preparation is among the highest for community colleges in Ontario. At any given time, the college teaches approximately 6,700 full-time students and 20,000 part-time students in 89 academic programs. SLC has a full range of student services designed to help the students to succeed: libraries, writing and math tutoring, peer tutoring, varsity and recreational athletics programs, state-of-the-art fitness & health centres along with counselling & disability services. At SLC you will never feel like you are without support.
Through career-oriented diploma & certificate courses, as well as continuing education programs, SLC prepares thousands of students each year for careers in Business, Health Sciences, Computer and Engineering Technology, Applied Arts and Music, and more. To cater to education demand in such a wide variety of education sectors, St. Lawrence College over the years has amassed an impressive list of approximately 89 academic programs. Some of the earliest full-time courses offered included such programs as Business Administration, Home Economics, Early Childhood Education, Engineering Technology, and Electronics Technician. Today, the school has one of the highest rated Music Theatre - Performance programs in the country, which is located at the Brockville campus. For a full list of all the Courses, programs, diploma's & degrees, click here: http://www.stlawrencecollege.ca/programs-and-courses/full-time/program-list/
St. Lawrence College welcome hundreds of international students each year to study in more than 80 programs, including graduate & degree programs. In order to apply for the course of your choosing, you must have education qualifications that are equivalent to the Ontario curriculum prerequisites. To know about what specific curriculum prerequisites are required for different degree / diploma courses, click here: http://www.stlawrencecollege.ca/~/media/Files/Documents/How%20to%20Apply/AdmissionRequirementsChart.pdf
You must also prove that you are fluent enough in English to understand instructors & the technical language used in classes. This means an IELTS score of 6.0 overall, with a minimum score of 5.5 in each section. For degree and post-graduate programs the IELTS score must be 6.5 overall with a minimum 6.0 in each section.
Once you have these minimum requirements you can go ahead and fill this form: https://www.stlawrencecollege.ca/forms/international-application-form/ to apply for Admission along with CAD $100 application fees to be paid here: https://stlawrencecollege.paytostudy.com/en/studentregistration.aspx
You should apply at least four to six months before you plan to begin your studies since it can take a lot of time for processing your file & getting your study permit. Since SLC does not have any financial assistance available for international students it is important that funding be arranged in India itself.
Once all the formalities are done, all you have to do is keep an eye out for acceptance emails from the college. If you get a waitlist notice, you will have to wait until the college sends you an offer if space becomes available. Another way to see your admission status is going to the application website. www.ontariocolleges.ca