Studying in Canada

Many students around the world choose to study in Canada each year due to its multicultural environment and safest place to live.

Admission Procedure for International Students

At Beta College of Business and Technology, our admission process consist of few steps: 

1. Choose the right program for you

Beta College of Business and Technology offers exciting diploma programs such as CAD/CAM Technology, Automation Technology and Computerized Accounting.

2. Contact Us

  • Fill in the form in contact us
  • Call 1-416-449-2382
  • Email to 

3. Admission Requirements

Once you have contacted us, your Education Consultant will be in touch with you to go over the entrance requirements which include:

  • You must be at least 18 years old.
  • English Proficiency (IELTS/TOEFL/CAEL) is required if you live in a country where English is not the first language.
  •  High School Diploma or Equivalence and if required an Entrance Testing in presence of a proctor.

4. Payment Plan and Deposit Payment

Once the entrance requirements have been met, your Education Consultant will provide a payment plan for you. You will be required to make a 25% deposit of the full program cost that includes $250.00 non-refundable administration fee if the application is cancelled or visa is denied. All payments must be made in Canadian currency.

5. Letter of Acceptance

Once your payment has been made, we will provide you a Letter of Acceptance that you will need to apply for your study visa.

6. Apply For Study Visa

Beta College of Business and Technology is authorized by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to accept and enroll international students!

Our Designated Learning Institution number is: O124136581227

All Diploma Program students at Beta College of Business and Technology, who are not a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident should satisfy:

1. Admission Test or Secondary School Equivalency Requirement

2. International Applicants over the age of 18 years old, must either:

  • Write Academic Achievement Test (“the Wonderlic Admissions test”) and receive a minimum test score that is approved for the program or
  • Provide proof of academic standing equivalent to the Ontario Secondary School Graduation Diploma (OSSD).

3. English Language Proficiency Requirement

  • TOEFL, IELTS, or CAEL scores. Only tests taken in the last two years are considered valid. Excemption might be applied to some students.

4. Visa and Study Permit Requirement

  • Students must have a valid Visa that allows them to enter and study in Canada.

Students must provide a copy of their Visa, and Study Permit if required, prior to starting their program.

5. Passport Requirement

  • Students must provide a copy of their passport, showing an expiry date that is later than their last day of studies, prior to starting their program.
  • Students must present their passport to be viewed by our staff member prior to starting their program.

6. Health Insurance Requirement

  • Health insurance coverage is a mandatory requirement for international students.  (Government-funded healthcare is not provided to international students.)