- College Name : Cumberland College
- College Website : https://www.cumberlandcollege.sk.ca/
- Establishment Year : 1972
- Application Fees : Approx. $18,000 CAD
Step 1: Trades & Technical Program Application Process Complete the Cumberland College Application Form Complete the online application form on the Cumberland College website.
Step 2: Transcripts/English Language Proficiency Testing Results You will need to arrange for your transcripts (Secondary and All Post- Secondary), along with your English Language Proficiency testing results, to be sent directly from the institutions and testing centre to: Cumberland College, P.O. Box 2320, Melfort, Saskatchewan SOE 1A0, CANADA. You can provide copies of your transcripts to start with via email so that your application can be processed more quickly.
Step 3: Application Fees
Forward payment of your $200 CAD application & transcript assessment fee by money order to Cumberland College, by PayPal send to firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact 306-752-2786 to pay by credit card.
Step 4: Acceptance Letter
If you are accepted, you will receive an official letter of offer from Cumberland College. This letter will provide you a deadline to pay a tuition deposit. Once you have paid that an acceptance letter will be issued. If you have admission questions contact the registrar, Rebecca Cross, at email@example.com
Step 5: Study Permit
Apply for a Canada Study Permit at the Canadian Embassy if you plan to study for more than 6 months. The official letter of acceptance must be included with your study permit application. You should make the study permit application at least three months before the start of classes to allow adequate time for processing. View information on the study permit process here.
- IELTS 6.5 Overall with no module less than 6.0 Band.
Cumberland College Located in Saskatchewan, On July 1, 1972, the Department of Continuing Education was established as a need was seen to bring about a rational and coherent system of post-school learning in Saskatchewan.
Acting on recommendations of that Report, Gordon MacMurchy, Minister of Education, announced on September 22, 1972, that the first community college pilot projects would go into operation that fall.
Cumberland College is one of seven regional colleges in Saskatchewan. We are a small, rural college in northeast Saskatchewan that prides itself on providing personalized support for students. Saskatchewan people are known for their friendly dispositions and sense of community. You will study in a safe and welcoming environment in which you can absorb Canadian life and culture.
Distance from big City
- 1 Hours 47 Min, Away from Saskatoon