Follow Our Stress-Free, Eight-Step Admission Process
At NetSoft College of Technology, we know that the path to higher education can be a difficult one, and that’s why we work hard to remove barriers and provide a seamless admission process. To register for NetSoft’s programs, simply follow the steps below.
Step 1: Register
Complete and submit the Application Form to NetSoft’s Training Department. The Application Form may be submitted in person, via email at [email protected], or by mail at 135 Matheson Boulevard East, Mississauga, Ontario L4Z 1R2.
Step 2: Provide Documentation
All applicants, full- or part-time, must meet the following admission requirements:
- The applicant must present an Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent (a secondary school diploma from other Canadian provinces or the U.S.). If the secondary school diploma has been obtained outside of Canada or the U.S., the applicant must obtain his/her credential evaluation from one of the following recognized organizations:
The credential evaluation process takes one to eight weeks, depending on the chosen organization. The estimated cost of the evaluation is $200 or more.
- The applicant must provide copies of two government-issued IDs. The following are acceptable forms of ID: driver’s licence, passport, passport card, national identification card or other government-issued ID with a photo.
- The applicant must provide photocopied proof of the highest completed academic level (certificate, diploma, degree or transcript). All foreign academic documents must be notarized or certified English translations.
- The applicant must provide evidence of English language proficiency. If the applicant’s native language is not English, the applicant is required to submit evidence of English language proficiency. This applies to applicants from most countries in East Asia, the Middle East, Europe and Latin America, and non-English-speaking countries. Applicants should preferably have a Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score of 500 (PBT, paper-based) or 170 (CBT, computer-based); an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) overall score of 6.0, with no single test score below 5.5; or a Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB) score of 65. English studies at an advanced level (not applicable to English as a Second Language (ESL) programs) and lower scores may be acceptable for some programs. Please refer to the individual program requirements for details. Please note that an original TOEFL, IELTS, MELAB score report and a secondary school diploma with certified translation to English are required.
- The applicant must provide a photocopy of their current study permit and visa (if applicable).
Step 3: Complete an Assessment Exam (If Needed)
All applicants who are at least 18 years of age and do not have an Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent must complete an approved qualifying exam. The Wonderlic Scholastic Level Exam is an approved qualifying exam that must be completed at NetSoft College of Technology. There are 50 questions and the duration is 12 minutes. It is designed to assess general cognitive ability in the areas of math, vocabulary and reasoning. In combination with this exam, NetSoft will analyze your background and/or work experience to understand your academic development skills. Textbooks, class assignments and discussions are in English, so proficiency in spoken and written English is required.
Step 4: Interview (If Needed)
A face-to-face interview or telephone interview with our Manager, Training Department and/or instructors may be required. Please contact us at (905) 812-2923 to schedule an appointment for a personal interview. During the interview, the Manager, Training Department and/or instructors will ask a series of questions as part of NetSoft’s admission process. It takes one to two hours to complete the interview, so please make sure you allot adequate time. This appointment serves two purposes: It helps you define your career choices and provides answers to any questions you may have. We will discuss your career goals and aspirations, and you will learn more about our programs, become more familiar with our facilities, and possibly get a chance to talk with NetSoft staff members and current students. We will focus on the best education solution for you.
Step 5: Finalize Financing
Financing your education is often challenging. At NetSoft, we understand this and offer various options and resources that may help. In addition to various government programs, NetSoft can help students finance their education over the course of their program. The terms and conditions of financing differ from program to program. Bank financing may also be available for some programs. For those sponsored by a corporation or funded by a government agency, NetSoft will determine the payment plan with the sponsor or loan office.
With partnerships, NetSoft can recommend banks that can assist you with loans for tuition fees. Most loans will be arranged as a student line of credit. NetSoft does not control applicable bank fees and encourages potential students to shop around prior to making any commitments. NetSoft provides further financial support options. Please refer to our Financial Aid guide for more details about receiving financial aid.
Step 6: Application Review
Once we receive all of your documents, transcripts, assessment exam results and interview notes, your application will be forwarded to the Training Department, which will approve or decline the application. The Training Department treats each application carefully, evaluating all the required documentation and making every effort to be thorough, sensitive and fair. The Training Department attempts to unite a group of students marked not only by their exceptional academic abilities but also by a variety of backgrounds, particular interests and accomplishments. If your application is accepted, the Training Department will mail you an acceptance letter, along with helpful information about NetSoft. You will have five days to respond. If your application is denied, you will receive a written explanation.
NetSoft’s Training Department takes a minimum of seven business days after receiving all of the documents to process the application and issue an acceptance letter. The response depends on the completeness and accuracy of the application forms, and whether the applicant has submitted all of the requested documents and fees.
Step 7: Student Visa
The applicant must submit NetSoft’s acceptance letter and official receipts for payments made to the nearest visa application centre. A list of visa application centres can be found at https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/corporate/contact-ircc/offices/find-visa-application-centre.html. The study permit process at the Canadian Embassy, High Commission or Consulate may take several months, based on the country from which you are applying and if you require a medical examination. Please ensure that your application for a study permit is complete and accurate, and that you have submitted all of the requested documents within the deadline period. To learn more about visiting Canada to obtain full-time enrolment at NetSoft or how we can assist you in this process, please call us at (905) 812-2923.
Step 8: Sign Enrolment Contract
We will assist you through the Enrolment Contract signing process. At the time of signing the Enrolment Contract, you will be required to submit your application fee (payable via a bank draft, money order, certified cheque, post-dated cheque, Visa/MasterCard/American Express, debit card, cash and/or wire transfer).
The application process is simple!
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