International Students Services

Canadian Technology College (CTC) is authorized by Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) to accept and provide training to international students.
The International Student Department of the Canadian Technology College assists its international students with any questions that may arise. Our counselors guide international students through the admissions process, student visa application and immigration procedures.
Our multicultural staff also assist with academic advising, cultural and social adjustment, financial concerns, career planning and other personal issues. The office arranges for students to be welcomed at the airport when they first arrive.

You can talk to our dedicated counselors about any problems you may have.
Counselors at CTC adhere to the confidentiality guidelines outlined in the BAC Code of Ethics and Practice for Counseling (Jan 1998). This means that any information discussed with your counselor is confidential and will not be shared with anyone.
CTC assists its international students in many ways. We are doing our best to make the experience for our international students comfortable and rewarding.
CTC provides assistance to students in arranging visits to local attractions, such as Niagara Falls, CN Tower, Exhibition Place, Royal Ontario Museum, etc. For more information about local attractions, click


Students who decided to study in Canadian Technology College, staying in home-stay can be a fantastic way to learn about the Canadian way of life. Students really come to feel that they have found their home away from home here in Toronto.
Canadian Technology College is partnered with Canada Homestay Network, one of the largest homestay providers in Canada. Each student is matched with a host family based on personal details such as profession, hobbies, food preferences and personality. Students may decide to have one, two or three meals together with the host family, or they may choose our room-stay option and have access to the kitchen and prepare their own meals. The goal is always the same, to make the student feel relaxed and at home in their new environment.
For a full list of homestay options and prices, please, make request for our accommodation registration package.

Social Life in Toronto - What to do in Toronto 

Toronto is well-known for its healthy arts scene, numerous sporting events, a vibrant nightlife, and restaurants, bistros and eateries featuring cuisine from just about any nationality one could think of.
The Art Gallery of Ontario and Royal Ontario Museum are popular with both tourists and residents.
Toronto is a major performing arts centre, with more than fifty ballet & dance companies, six opera companies and two symphony orchestras, performing in many notable venues including Roy Thompson Hall, The Hummingbird Centre and The Centre for the Performing Arts.
The city is also known for its many amusement parks; the best-known of which is Canada’s Wonderland.
Toronto has 6 major sports teams in Hockey, Basketball, Baseball, Football, Soccer and Lacrosse.
The major venues for sporting events are the Air Canada Centre, Rogers Centre (see image) and BMO Field.

Trips & Activities 

Canadian Technology College Student Service Department will make sure that you don't get bored on weekends. We encourage you to make new friends and meet other international students at Canadian Technology College. Therefore we will do our best to help you enjoy your stay in Canada, we will help you in organizing and booking exciting trips and activities in Toronto and GTA.


Canadian Technology College offers 3 renewable scholarships of values range from $1,000.00 to $4,000 for international students.


Students who have achieved a minimum 90 per cent score on the exams can apply for the appropriate scholarship once they have started their program of study.


After paying your fees for the first semester of last year, you can send request e-mail to the main office of the Canadian Technology College Scholarships&

Canadian Technology College


CTC offers training in a wide variety of highly demanded careers, which are essential in any business environment. Training courses at Canadian Technology College are designed to give students not only greater breadth of knowledge and depth in a particular field, but also more self-confidence through testing themselves in a variety of new areas.


Canadian Technology College

1881 Steeles Ave W
Unit 204A
Toronto, Ontario
M3H 5Y4 Canada

Tel: (416) 663-0665
Fax: (416) 663-9365