Established in 1966, St. Clair is a public non-denominational college of Applied Arts and Technology located in Southwestern Ontario counties. With campuses in Windsor, Downtown and Chatham, it is placed among the top colleges in Ontario. The college has Applied Research and work-integrated learning for research aspirants in arts and technology. There are many student government bodies that regulate and provide student services in the college including counselling, library resources, health centers.
With 128 programs offered by the college the academic staff approximates at 264. The employment rate for students of St. Clair within 6 months stands at an average of 8.7/10 graduates. The Institute provides programs for International Students under different academic streams that include Technology, Business, Media, Arts, and Social Services.
|Application fee||125 CAD|
|Academic Intake||Fall, Spring, winter|
|Academic Mode||Full-time, Part-time, Online|
|Affiliations||CCAA, OCAA, CICan, CBIE|
|Housing||Accommodation available on and off campus|
The applications for admission at St. Clair are considered on a first come first serve basis. The commencement of admission process is from October 1 for the upcoming fall session with the notification for oversubscribed and vacant seats of different courses sent out latest by March 29, 2020.
|Fall term||February 1|
|Winter term||September 15|
Admission at St. Claire for International students require some additional documents as stated by the institute as well as the Canadian laws. The college has a considerable number of international students from all over the world.
Application Portal: Through the online application for all bachelor degree courses.
Application Fee: 125 CAD
Application Requirements: The documents required for all bachelors, diploma and certificate level courses are as followed-
|Canada and USA||High-school diploma, official transcripts of grade 12 or equivalent|
|West Africa||Official transcripts of WAEC/ NACO along with scratch card number and PIN|
|Caribbean Countries||High-school diploma, transcripts from grade 12 or equivalent|
|South Asia||High school diploma, official transcripts of grade 12 including marks and subjects.|
|South Asia||CAEL 50, IELTS 6.0 with minimum 6.0 in each band/ PTE Level 51/ TOEFL PBT- 500/ TOEFL iBT-61/ TOEFL CBT- 173|
|India||CAEL 60 with minimum 50 in each band/ IELTS 6.O with minimum 6.0 in each band/ PTE Level 51/ Duolingo- 100 min|
|Other regions||TOEFL iBT- 78 with min 20 in each lower band/ PBT- MIN 550/ CBT- 213 scores / IELTS- 6.0 with min 5.5 in each band/ Duolingo- 100 min|
Upon the confirmation of admission at St. Claire, students need to apply for a Canada Study Visa to be eligible to enter the country and stay on the basis of academic reasons. The fee of the study permit is 123 USD. Applicant need the following documents for a visa-
UG programs at St. Claire College offers Diploma, bachelors and advanced skill enhancement courses for high school students and undergraduates. The top choices of applicants include the oversubscribed courses while applying at the college. They include-
|Nursing BscN||OSSD with 6 grade 12 (U/M) courses including English with min 65%, Chemistry and biology with 70% overall and Mathematics. Or|
pre health sciences pathway to advance diploma and degree certificate
|4 year||Windsor and Chatham campuses|
|Social justice and Legal studies (Honors Bachelors in applied arts)||OSSD or equivalent|
Or 6 university courses at grade 12 with 65% minimum. Grade of minimum 65% in English with min 60% in remaining courses.
Mathematics recommended in grade 12.
|4 year||Windsor campus|
|Business Administration (information communication technology||OSSD or equivalent or 6 university courses at grade 12 with a minimum 65%.;|
Subjects in grade 12- English with 65% min average, Mathematics with advanced functions or calculus and vectors, four other grade 12 credits
|4 year||Anthony P. Toldo center for Applied Health Sciences|
|Graphic Design||OSSD or equivalent;|
1 Arts or Media class recommended & Portfolio
|3 year||Downtown campus- Windsor|
The application is submitted online at first come first serve basis resulting in waitlisted courses. students can contact admission counsellors or the Registrar’s office for any query relating to the admission process. Applicants can directly contact the campus offering the choice of course to avoid any hassle.
Ques. How are the classes being conducted in the pandemic?
Ans. The classes are conducted online, face to face or through the hybrid mode depending upon the program that the student is enrolled in.
Ques. Will the International students be allowed to visit Canada without the stage 2 study permit visa?
Ans. In a case where the stage 2 visa is not permitted the college will refund or defer the tuition fee for the international student, less the 125 USD application fee is already paid.
Ques. What are the financial aids provided to international applicants affected by COVID 19?
Ans. The health fee is being refunded by the college since the health center services are not being availed by the students. The restrictions of the work study permit that allowed the international students to work for maximum 20 hours has been removed as well provided they are engaged in other essential services and functions.