MULTIMEDIA TRAINING

 


Enrollment Process

At Writing4Careers we have a simple, admissions process to admit potential students. Our policies and procedures are based on ethical standards, which ensure that our students will receive the most relevant assessment relative to their career training needs.

The Process (Local Students)

Step 1: Meet with an Admissions Representative
At the first meeting, we will discuss your goals and aspirations, you will learn more about our programs. Once you have selected the program, pay $175 as application processing fee & submit copies of your School/College/University certificates/transcripts.

Step 2: Complete an Assessment Test
This test is designed to assess some of the essential skills and abilities that are required to successfully complete our programs.

Step 3: Finalize Financing and Registration
We will assist you in determining your most suitable financing opportunities and make sure that all your registration information is current and complete.

Step 4: Start your Program
Your first day is the beginning of a new age in your chosen career. In twelve months or less you can finish your studies and begin your new career.

The Process

International Students

Step 1:

Please visit or home page www.writing4careers.com and click on the online International student application form which should be filled and submitted. If you have any problem, click on link below:

http://www.writing4careers.com/International-Student-Application-Form.htm

Send by Mail/Courier

There are a number of important documents you will need to send for entry to writing4careers College. These documents must be mailed/couriered to us at: Writing4Careers, 920 Yonge Str, Suite 802, Toronto, Ontario, M4W3C7, Canada

. A completed International Application Form which can be printed from www.writing4careers.com & filled.

.Translated and Attested/Notarized copies of records (education certificates & transcripts) that prove you have achieved academic standing equal to 12 years of primary and secondary education for postsecondary programs, or completion of a university or college program for postgraduate programs.

. Proof of English Language Proficiency, varying depending on program/level of entry. Evidence of having scored at least 6.00 on the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) OR Evidence of having scored at least 550 on the paper-based Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or at least 213 on the computer-based TOEFL. Students who do not have Proof of English Language Proficiency will still be admitted but will be required to do a 6 months to one year Advanced English Course first before the non vocational program

. $175 Non Refundable application fee. This can be paid by bank draft(made out from a Canadian Bank only) or wire transfer from overseas students. We do not accept payments by credit card or bank drafts from foreign banks from overseas students. In case of wire transfer, students should scan a copy of the bank slip & email it to us at : support@writing4careers.com

. Passport Copies

Bank information

Credit to: Trust Account of Key2Careers College, 920 Yonge Str, suite 802, Toronto, ON, M4W3C7, Canada
Bank of Montreal,
5140 Yonge Str, Toronto, Ontario, M2N6L7
Account # 2429-1044-877
Bank # 001
Transit # 24292
Swift Code: BOFMCAM2

Step 2:

Upon receipt of your application and application fee, we will check your eligibility and may request additional information if required before confirming your admission. If you are enrolled a Letter of Acceptance (LOA) is usually sent by Mail/Courier within 5 business days.

Step 3:

Visit your nearest Canadian High Commission to file your Canadian Student Visa application at least 3 months in advance of your program start date. Make sure you provide them with a fully completed and accurate Application Form, and all supporting documents, and act as per their requirement for the positive outcome of your visa application.

Copy & paste this link on your browser to see details of how to apply:

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/applications/student.asp

. Guide [IMM 5269]

. Application for a Study Permit [IMM 1294]

. Document Checklist [IMM 5483]

.If approved, proceed with 75% or 100% balance due fee payments and make sure to arrive in Canada on time to register and start your study.

. If un-approved, either you can request a revised Letter of Acceptance from us or fee refund request along-with a copy of your Visa Refusal letter issued by Canadian High Commission and we will act accordingly. Refund is usually processed in 60-90 days.

Step 4:

You should inform us the outcome of your Canadian Student Visa application immediately once you hear from the Canadian High Commission

. If approved, proceed with payment of MAXIMUM 20% thru Wire Transfer and make sure to arrive in Canada on time to register and start your study. Please do not send more than 20% of Tuition amount. This amount of 20% should only be paid after getting your Visa/Study Permit.

. If un-approved, either you can request a revised Letter of Acceptance from us or fee refund request along-with a copy of your Visa Refusal letter issued by Canadian High Commission and we will act accordingly.