For Domestic Students Admission Process

Make an Appointment with the Admissions Advisor and visit the Campus. Admissions Advisor shall guide you through the process and suitable programs offered for your Career Goals.

Write to admissions@bitts.ca or Call us at +1 905 790 3940 to book an Appointment.

Discuss your Prospective Career Path with the Admissions Advisor and select the suitable Program being offered.

Once the Program is finalized, proceed to check with the Admissions Requirements.

An Ontario Secondary School Diploma or Equivalent or
18 years of age or older on or before the program commences AND pass a qualifying test that has been approved by the Superintendent, or
Non-Academic Requirements (Medical Certificate, Police Check etc.) for specific programs.

After meeting all the Admissions Requirements Candidates Apply for the Program by filing Enrolment Form, submitting copies of identity, status in Canada, academics, English proficiency (if applicable).

Candidate makes the decision on Payment of Fee by referring available Financial options in consultation with Admissions Advisor.

Candidate is Enrolled and Admitted. Welcome to the path to Success.

For International Students Admission Process

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Visit www.bitts.ca/programs and select the Program that is suitable for your career goals. If you need more information about a particular Program, you can write to admissions@bitts.ca.

Once the Program is finalized, proceed to check with the Admissions Requirements.

A Canadian Ontario Secondary School Diploma or Equivalent Grade 12 or
AND 18 years of age or older on or before the program commences.
Proof of English Language Proficiency (IELTS) with a minimum score of 5.5

After meeting all the Admissions Requirements Candidates Apply for the Program by submitting

Filled Application Form ( www.bitts.ca/international-application-form )
Copy of Grade 12 or Equivalent education
Copy of valid Passport (Bio-Pages)
Copy of proof of English Language Proficiency (IELTS) with a minimum score of 5.5

Make a payment of CAD $350 (Non-Refundable) as Application and Administrative Fee.

Once the application has been reviewed and accepted, the applicant will receive documents along with detailed instructions on the fee payments and the deposit schedule. Positive evaluation will lead to issuance of Letter of Acceptance, which must be used along with other supporting documents to obtain study permit.

As an international student you are required to apply for a study permit. This can be done through your local Canadian Embassy, using above-mentioned letter of Acceptance.

Further inform regarding this process is available www.cic.gc.ca

Since the process may take over a month to complete, our advice is to apply at the earliest. The study visa issued by the Canadian Government is usually for the duration of the course.