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International Admissions

 

Culture and Conversation

These are two incredibly important words contained in a three-part strategy at CNA. Each carries a tremendous amount of responsibility when it comes to ensuring the people who work and study in our facilities throughout Newfoundland and Labrador feel like they can freely be who they are. In a world that’s packed with uncertainty, CNA wants to create a positive direction when it comes to the many and varied groups represented within our organization. One way we can create an inclusive and positive environment on all of our campuses is through shared cultures and conversations.

We are here to Support you

Looking to pursue an education in Canada? Look no further!
CNA welcomes students from all parts of the world. International students are attracted by the college’s high quality education, reasonable costs, safe and friendly living environment, student support services, and the acceptability and transferability of its certificates and diplomas.

Find out more and get started now!

 

How to become a CNA student

College of the North Atlantic welcomes students from all parts of the world. International students are attracted by the college’s high quality education, reasonable costs, safe and friendly living environment, student support services, and the acceptability and transferability of its certificates and diplomas. College of the North Atlantic places a high value on the contribution that international students make towards the development of intercultural communications and understanding throughout the college and the community.
As an International Applicant you can use this page as your main resource to apply to CNA and experience Newfoundland and Labrador.

Getting Started

Language Requirements

Countries Exempt from Language Requirements

Age Requirements

Academic Requirements

Country-specific Special Requirements

Applying to the College

Letter of Acceptance

Study Permit / Student Visa for Studying in Canada

Proof of Status

Contacting a Co-ordinator

Consent for Release of Information

 

Fees & Charges

The confirmation fee and tuition for the first semester of a program is due when you receive your Letter of Acceptance.

Base Fees

Equipment / Material Fees

Residence Fees

Miscellaneous Fees

Estimated Program Costs for 2020-2021

 

Refund Process

Students are responsible for initiating their own refunds. Please contact the Student Services office at your campus . Headquarters will issue all tuition refunds. Any refunds will be applied against outstanding accounts before any funds are returned to the student.

Refund for Tuition and Equipment / Material Fees

Refund for Textbooks

 

Other Information

Off-Campus Housing

Estimated Living Expense

Student Services and On-Campus Facilities

Medical Care Plan

Scholarships

Regulations Governing Payment

Financial Credit

Financial Appeals