Peterborough, OntarioLOCATION
Estd 1967Established Year

Fleming College is a public college, established in the year 1967. It is located in Ontario, Canada. It has campuses in Peterborough, Cobourg, Haliburton and Frost.

Why should you choose Fleming College?

Fleming College is noted for its excellence in environmental and natural resources sciences. It also provides unique programs in business, museum management, cultural heritage, and social services. Mentioned are few more facts of the college to prove that Fleming is a good decision.

Rankings and Standings

  • Ranked 105 in Canadian by Webometrics.
  • Ranked 6270 in the world by Webometrics.

Key Features

  • The language of instruction is English.
  • Fleming College offers Co-op programs in 13 fields of study.
  • Health insurance, free tutoring ad student advising are some of the facilities provided to the international students at Fleming College.
  • The Career Services Portal, which is run by the college staff, helps students find the job best suited for them. This is done by notifying students of new vacancies and opportunities and potential employers about Fleming College students.
  • College provides the facility of taking admission for mature students into the courses at Fleming College upon satisfactory performance in the Canadian Adult Achievement Test (CAAT) and further counseling rounds.


Number of Programs130
Annual Intake6,200 full time students and 10,000 part time students
Test scores accepted for International studentsTOEFL (iBT, CBT, PBT), IELTS, CAEL, MELAB
Test scores accepted for matured studentsCAAT
International Students Intake1,000 (approx.)

Campus and Residence

There are four campuses of Fleming college. Mentioned are the features of the college

Sutherland Campus

  • Largest campus of the college spread out across 200 acres land.
  • Approximately 4,380 full-time students are enrolled here.
  • The dining area comprises of Tim Hortons, Extreme Pita and Starbucks coffee.
  • Has Fulford's Dining Lounge - a teaching restaurant for cookery.

Frost Campus

  • It is a part of Canada’s leading environmental education institution, Fleming college.
  • The School of Environmental and Natural Resources Sciences offers 20 exclusive programs.
  • Has Environmental Technology wing with green roof, geothermal heating and cooling and a constructed wetland for waste treatment.
  • Has Centre for Advancement of Water and Wastewater – known for its applied research initiatives.
  • Has Geomatics Institute at Fleming funded by government partners to provide GIS laboratories, software, servers and data resources.

Haliburton Campus

  • Provides green course i.e. Haliburton School of Art and Design.
  • Has Visual and Creative Arts diploma, full-time or part-time.
  • Provides green design fused with contemporary architecture to integrate sustainable heating and cooling systems.

Cobourg Campus

It offers Academic Upgrading, Personal support worker program, Language instructions for new comers in Canada and Continuing Education courses


The Residence at the Lindsay and Peterborough campuses offer

  • Suite style living accommodation with shared amenities.
  • Internet Facility
  • Laundry Facility
  • Outdoor basketball, volleyball and bar-be-que area
  • Individual Mailboxes
  • A little walk to – Library, Computer Labs, Classrooms, Student Center, health services and athletic facilities.

How to Apply for the Residence?

For new students

  • Click on the “Register” tab provided at the official website of the college.
  • Enter the Student ID received from the admission office.
  • Application fee of CAD 75 is required for processing.

For current students

  • Apply by providing the login ID and password at the official website for residence.
  • A fee of CAD 75 is required to complete the application process.

Programs Offered

Fleming offers a range of more than 100 diplomae, certificate, apprenticeship, post-graduate, and continuing education programs. Given are the conditions and steps to register the desired program.

Credentials Offered

CredentialsNumber of Courses
Advance Diploma24
Graduate Certificate35

Fields of Studies

  • Art and Design
  • Environmental and Natural Resource Science
  • Business
  • General Arts and Science
  • Health and Wellness
  • Justice and Community development
  • Trades and Technology

All you need to know about Application Process

The students must check their eligibility criteria before starting with the form filling. Documents must be kept ready in advance. Given are the steps to fill and submit the application form.


English Language Requirements (International Students)

TestScore Diploma and Certificate*Score Pharmacy Technician Diploma Post Graduate Diplomas
TOEFL (iBT)79, individually not below 6590 with no score less than 79
TOEFL (CBT)213 not less than 183233 not less than 213
TOEFL (PBT)550 no less than 513577 no less than 550
IELTS6.0 with no band less than 5.56.0 with no band less than 6.0
CAEL60 with no band less than 5070 with no band less than 60
MELAB80 with no core less than 7685 with no score less than 80

*Except Pharmacy Technician Diploma

Education Requirements (For International Students)

  • The student appearing for post-secondary programs must have a secondary school diploma or equivalent.
  • The students appearing for the post-graduate program must have a diploma or university degree in the program of interest.
  • Requires 15 years of academic record along with requirements of the individual program.
  • The fast-track students will be assessed for fast-track entry for the second year.
  • Minimum admission requirements for post-secondary programs is Higher Secondary Certificate or Standard XII with minimum 50% average along with additional requirements.

What happens after Application Form filling?

  • After scrutiny, if the application is selected, an admission package will be provided to the students.
  • Accept the offer and make tuition deposit.
  • They must apply for Visa/Study Permit as soon as possible.
  • Consider the housing options.

Documents Required

  • Application Form
  • High school transcripts in English (notarized)
  • High school diploma/certificate in English (notarized)
  • Official English test score
  • Resume
  • Additional transcripts of all post-secondary institutions attended

How to Apply as an international student?

Download the application form from the official website and send it to international Office.

How to Apply as a domestic student?

  • Apply through ontariocolleges.ca
  • Students can mark up to five programs of their choice.
  • Pay the application fee of CAD 95 through online or offline methods.
  • Submit the transcripts.
  • The college will send an acknowledgement.
  • Receive the acceptance package.
  • Confirm the offer.

For Matured Students

Matured students are also eligible to apply for the courses. These students will be required to satisfactorily perform in the Canadian Adult Achievement Test (CAAT) and further rounds to be considered for admission.

Cost and Expenditures

Type of StudentsTuition Fee Range
Domestic StudentsCAD 557 – CAD 11,420
International StudentsCAD 450 – CAD 18,162


Sutherland Residence Village Fees

  • Application Fees – CAD 75
  • Residence Fees – CAD 6,690 (Fall and Winter)

Frost Residence

  • Application Fees – CAD 75
  • Residence Fees – CAD 6,098 (Fall and Winter)

Meal Plans – Starting from CAD 750 per semester

Scholarship and Financial Aid

  • Fleming College offers scholarships and bursaries totalling an amount of $2 million. The students who gain a scholarship will receive a reduction in their tuition fees.
  • Several alumni and donors also provide various scholarships to the students through the Advancement and Alumni Relations Department.
  • Starting from CAD 315 for Agnes Assinger Memorial Student Bursary - Ent, a maximum of CAD 4,000 is released for a smart serve scholarship.

Work while you Study

The students can work on and off campus for a designated period. They must make sure they have SIN (Social Insurance Number) or may apply for the same as it is a mandate for work-study program.


Who can work on-campus?

  • Full-time post-secondary students
  • Have a valid study permit and
  • Have a Social Insurance Number (SIN)

Social Insurance Number (SIN)

Students need a SIN from Service Canada to work in Canada or to get benefits and services from government programs.

Who can you work for?

  • The school
  • A faculty member
  • A student organization
  • Yourself (self-employed on-campus)
  • A private business
  • A private contractor that provides on-campus services to the school.


The students

  • Can work up to 20 hours per week during regular academic sessions.
  • Can work full-time during major breaks.

The students must have

  • A valid study permit.
  • To be involved in full-time studies.
  • To be at the post-secondary level or at the secondary level of vocational programs in Quebec.
  • To be involved in the degree, diploma or certificate programs which should be at least of six months.

Alumni Network

The alumni of Fleming college have an opportunity to get benefits out of college collaboration with other companies. It provides benefits on and off campus. Mentioned are few benefits and could be availed according to the will.

  • Insurance at reduced rates.
  • Can get Fleming College Alumni Team Life Insurance Plan.
  • Can get entertainment and attractions, travel, health and wellness, electronics, fashion, restaurants and more over North America.
  • Can save 10% from the Fleming Bookstore on select merchandise.
  • Can save 20% at Royal Ontario Museum.


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