Sault College was founded in the year 1965 as a training school in London. Today, this college is home to more than 4,500 full-time and part-time students. It offers full-time and part-time certificate programs and diplomas, distance education, professional training, online and post-secondary courses. The primary focus of the college is to provide progressive and experiential education in a supportive environment. The college has small-sized classes and a low student-to-faculty ratio.
|Program||Fees Per Annum||Scores|
|Diploma in Business||$11,128||TOEFL: 79-80|
|Diploma in Civil Engineering Technician||$11,598||TOEFL: 79-80|
|Graduate Certificate in Project Management||$11,924||TOEFL: 88-89|
|Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management||$11,924||TOEFL: 88-89|
|Graduate Certificate in Robotics and Advanced Automation||$11,924||TOEFL: 88-89|
|Graduate Certificate in Global Business Management||$11,924||TOEFL: 88-89|
|Advanced Diploma in Computer Programmer Analyst||$11,385||TOEFL: 79-80|
|Diploma in Business Accounting||$11,128||TOEFL: 79-80|
|Graduate Certificate in Business Management||$11,924||TOEFL: 88-89|
|Diploma in Electrical Engineering||$11,385||TOEFL: 79-80|
|Diploma in Graphic Design- Digital Media||$11,385||TOEFL: 79-80|
|Advanced Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Technician||$11,385||TOEFL: 79-80|
|Number of Specializations||162|
|Programs Available||Diploma, Certificate Courses, and Co-op Applied Learning programs|
|Annual Intake||2400 full-time students and 4500 part-time students|
|Application Deadline||no later than February 1|
|Test scores accepted for international students||IELTS (requirement is 6.0 no band below 5.5)|
|Financial Aid||over two million dollars spent as Scholarships, Awards, and Bursaries|
Sault College accepts applications online through its official website. The application process is the same for domestic applicants and international students willing to study in Canada. Students can apply in Fall, Winter, and Summers. The fall term starts in the month of September, the winter term starts in the month of January and the summer term starts in the month of May.
The supporting documents must be sent along with the application, and the document requirement varies for each country.
Application Portal: Online
Application Fees: Local applicants: 95 USD; International applicants: 100 USD
Country-wise Requirements Checklist (India)
Aspirants seeking to enroll at the institute are encouraged to plan an estimated budget for international students looking to study in the US. The cost of attendance includes tuition fees, books and supplies, housing rates, and other personal expenses. It varies depending upon the candidate’s expenditures and the program he/she is enrolled in.
At Sault College programs have different tuition fees, and the rental fees vary as well. Here is a rough idea about the cost of attendance and is subject to change.
|Expenses||International Students (CAD)|
|Tuition fees||14,839 - 22,397*|
|Books and supplies||1,600|
|Housing||5,382 - 6,982|
|Food and Meal plans||3,000-3,700|
|Internet, cable, and laundry||Included in Housing plans|
|Local transit||0-360 approximately|
*Varies with the program chosen
Sault College offers a work-study program for the students in need of financial help. The students can work on regular days and summers too.
The students who need financial help are offered this program. The students can work a maximum of 10 hours per week for 20 weeks or 200 hours. Jobs are posted as per the job updates.
The students who need financial help are offered this program during the summer period i.e. May to August. Jobs are posted, and the application is available at the student job center in the month of April.
Sault College provides a perfect opportunity to build a master-class resume. Employer job fairs in the fall and winter also allow the students to explore all your employment opportunities.
Sault College has an alumni network of 35,000 graduates across the globe. The Alumni Relations department strives to provide world-class benefits to alumni. Alumni get discount schemes, Alumni spirit merch, auto insurance, etc.
|Average Cost of Attendance||$11,924 / Year|
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||$11,924 / Year|
|Program Wise Accreditations|
|Programs||Human Resources Professionals Association of Ontario|
based on 4 students ratings
I wanted to study at Sault College as I always wanted to study abroad in a college with a diversified environment and while doing my research about the college I wanted to join, I found out about Sault College and I immediately decided to apply. I come from a commerce background and have scored a decent score in my high school which allowed me to apply here. I paid an application fee of $95 for the online application.
The course had covered all the important and necessary topics. Topics like managerial accounting, introduction to financial accounting, human resources, marketing, computer applications to business, etc were covered in the first semester and topics like entrepreneurship, business law, project management, microeconomics, etc were covered in the second semester.
The location is close to home. Good city. Chose to do an undergraduate program at a college for smaller class sizes, smaller teacher-student ratio, and smaller tuition fees. I still graduate with a university degree. I completed grade 10 in Sudbury then took 2 years off and attended a Cambrian outreach center and got my ACE certificate.
Fair as it is a collaborative program with laurentian university.
I applied to college out of the blue my last year of high school and applied for the environmental programs, I have graduated from adventure recreation and park technician in 2019. Then I picked up a summer job working for my college as a student recruitment ambassador. I learned of the college off of the web and decided to high tail it out of the city and back up north.
Our courses are picked out for us, while I got to pick one extra class.
I did my 12th in Non-medical stream. I like smaller cities along with good development. That's why I found Sault college in Sault Ste Marie. And it is a very very nice college and city good also. They are teaching me business in general now. After I can expand and transfer my knowledge to practise after graduation.
I came here for computer programming. I did my first semester. And later after Teachers strikes in 2017. It hits me also. Then I found business interesting. I first two semesters was a little tough for me as my study background belongs to physics chemistry and mathematics. But in the mid of the second semester, I got new friends and I'm doing very well now. I get the only one-semester lift to graduate.
*All distance are measured radially. Actual distance may vary