St. Lawrence College expertise in Applied Arts and Technology is a private university located in Eastern Ontario, Canada. Established in 1969, it is one of the oldest co-ed universities renowned for proposing world-class education that would channelize the student’s learned skills on a global platform.
According to KPI annual results of April 2017, 100% of employers were satisfied with the quality of the educational preparation of St. Lawrence College graduates. Know about some other unique features of the university below:
|Type of University||Private|
|Full time Students Enrolled||6,700|
|Part-time Students Enrolled||20,000|
|Undergraduate Full Time Programs||149|
|Postgraduate program categories||7|
|Annual Acceptance Rate||46% as per 2015|
|Annual Tuition Fee, Canadian Students||4,904.81 CAD|
|Annual Tuition Fee, International Students||20,253.65 CAD|
|Test Scores Accepted||IELTS, TOEFL|
St Lawrence College has 3 well equipped, friendly yet spacious campuses in Eastern Ontario.
Although SLC does provide on-campus accommodation it has made sure that students coming from far away face no problems while their stay in Canada.
Programs are available in both full-time and part-time options. A student can choose courses from numerous different types of programs:
With more than 85 programs to offer the university provides specializes in various below-mentioned fields:
Some of the best programs provided by SLC are:
Apart from some specific requirements, there are some documents required for both undergraduate and graduate students.
|Test Name||Minimum Score for UG Program||Minimum Score for Graduate Program|
|St. Lawrence College ESL Pre-Academic Level Certificate||60%||70%|
|TOEFL||78- iBT, 213-CBT||83- iBT, 220-CBT|
|IELTS||6.0, with no band below 5.5||6.5, with no band below 6.0|
|Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English||173||180|
Applicants can apply as soon as the forms are out in October.
SLC offers different application procedures based on the type of courses and applying students. There are however a few common steps for applying:
At St. Lawrence College, the tuition and incidental fees are in accordance with the framework provided by Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development. Estimated tuition fee at SLC for domestic students is provided below:
For Domestic Students:
|Campus||Tuition Fee||Compulsory Ancillary fees||Total|
For International Students:
|Campus||Tuition Fee||Compulsory Ancillary fees||Total|
The cost for the 2018/2019 academic year is $6386.00. An initial payment of $250 at the time of acceptance to residence is required ($250 towards a damage deposit).
Option 1 - $2,000 ($1,000 per semester)* tax exemption
Option 2 - $1,700 ($750 + $100 tx = $850 per semester, inclusive of HST
Numerous scholarships, awards and bursaries are available for students at St. Lawrence College.
Board of Governors Entrance Scholarship
Academic achievement for full-time post-secondary program students
Laul's M Square Media Scholarships
For International students, having an 80% average in Grade 12 for Diploma programs,
or a 70% in Bachelor’s degree for Post Graduate programs
Albert and Anne Francis Scholarship
For returning students enrolled full-time in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program on the Kingston Campus
Freedom 55 Financial Scholarship in Business
Business Administration Diploma students demonstrating community service
Some of the awards presented to students of St Lawrence College are:
|Average Cost of Attendance||$12,457 / Year|
|Student : Faculty Ratio||12 : 1|
|St. Lawrence College Enrollment||26700|
The table shows average yearly cost of attendance for international students. Amount may vary with the course opted, nature of accommodation, and personal spending habits of a candidate. Check Program wise Fees
|Undergraduate Programs||$12,457 / Year|
|On Campus Accomodation|
|Homestay||$7,560 / Year|
|Program Wise Accreditations|
|Programs||Human Resources Professionals Association of Ontario|
|Total Faculty||Full Time||Part time||Graduate Assistants|
based on 8 students ratings
The person that I met from the Immigration services (ISKA) helped me to decide which college to apply for. As a student that started her life in a new country and fulfilling her passion and dreams. The Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree and work experience has gained and added to make me decide to enroll in this course.
Course Curriculum is Great.
Online research, this is the best colleges in Canada with a high rate of excellence and very experienced in this field. Good academic record. Lot's of international students are studying here with ease well infrastructure building all types of resources are available here. Transportation facility is also available.
Carrier scope is high in this program because computer networking is everywhere and in each and every field networking is required. It is a 16 months course divided into 4 semesters. My batch size is 50 plus students all of them are international and everybody has a very good understanding between them.
This particular college has great statistics for the outcome of student success. There are great resources that are there for students ad and as well as the friends that I wanted to make would have never happened if I didn't choose st Lawrence college in Kingston.
It's a great course and the teachers know what they are teaching. The curriculum is exciting and new. For my background of never using the programs that are everyday use in the program, it's great to see them teach and help others to succeed in getting the education your paying for. The job I want is within this field and this college is great for preparation.
Cornwall is a pretty quiet area and 70% of the population is oldies so there are no fucking fights here and no drugs over here. And the best part is I got the job over here in The Home Depot where all the co-workers are good to me. Overall, I love Cornwall.
I like my course very much. I have opted for a business course which is beneficial to me in the coming future as well. Also, I did commerce from my home country so this course was relevant to my study.
I heard it was one of the best schools in Canada to take Graphic Design and also a few of my friends were already enrolled in this program. It was also in the city of Kingston which I loved and had many friends there.
It was face-paced and I learned so much that I thought I would never learn. I learned a vast amount of knowledge in many courses such as color theory, art history, web, print, typography, and business.
*All distance are measured radially. Actual distance may vary