Herzing College is accepting International student applications for spring and fall 2021.
Although Herzing College is still awaiting final recommendations from the Ministry of Education, we are happy to share that international students of the college have been receiving study permit approval notifications. The COVID-19 situation is not fully under control in Québec and these approvals are happening at a reduced and slower rate.
- You can register by downloading and completing the International Student Registration form Click to Download ISR Form
- You can make the payment by downloading and completing the Credit Card Payment form Click to Download the Credit Card Payment Form
- Once you complete the form you can send your registration request to email@example.com
Please be advised that seats are limited and as a reminder, entrance to the program is on a first come first serve basis. During high volume periods you may expect a 10 to 15 working day delay to receive the Letter of Acceptance. The process starts after the registration fee is paid and proper documents are submitted.
Herzing College will only accept those applications having an IELTS overall score of 6.0, with no band less than 5.5.
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