Admission Information for International Students

Humber welcomes international applications to our programs. Applicants applying from outside Canada must:

  1. Review admission requirements by country.
  2. Compile all required documents:
  • Scanned copies of original certified secondary school graduation transcripts for diploma and degree programs
  • Any college or university transcripts for postgraduate programs and degrees
  • All documents must be accompanied by a notarized, official translation into English (where applicable).
  • Proof of English language proficiency (i.e. TOEFL, IELTS, CAEL, MELAB) should be submitted as well. Please see the Admission Requirements table for score details.
  • Please see the Admission Requirements table for score details.
  1. Complete the online fillable Humber International Application form and submit along with required documents and application fee payment by email or by mail.
  • Submit to intlapplications@humber.ca. Application must be typed, saved, attached to your email and include a credit card application fee payment, or
  • Submit by mail to:
    Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning
    International Centre, Room D224
    North Campus
    205 Humber College Boulevard
    Toronto, Ontario, Canada M9W 5L7

Mailed application may include application fee payment by bank draft.

For more information, please contact:

Phone: 1.416.675.5067
Fax: 1.416.675.6386
email: international@humber.ca

Admission Requirements

For further acceptable tests and scores please refer to the English Language Proficiency Policy.

Note: Please visit our calendar for specific program requirements. Programs with a September start date are in high demand and close February 1; however, many programs remain open after February. Transcripts, TOEFL, IELTS and MELAB scores must be original or attested copies.

Admission Requirements* Undergraduate Diploma/Certificate*** Degree Nursing Degree (BN) Postgraduate Programs
Application Form Yes Yes Yes Yes
Application Fee** $75 CAD $75 CAD $75 CAD $75 CAD
English Proficiency
EAP (English for Academic Purposes) Level 8 with 60% or higher Level 8 with 75% or higher Level 8 with 80% or higher
TOEFL 550 paper
80 IBT
(no test below 20)
560 paper
84 IBT
(no test below 21)
600 paper
100 IBT
(no test below 21)
580 paper
88 IBT
(no test below 22)
Or
IELTS
Overall minimum 6.0 with no single score below 5.5 Overall minimum 6.5 with no single score below 6.0 Overall minimum 7.0 with no single score below 6.5 Overall minimum 6.5 with no single score below 6.0
Or
MELAB
76 78 78 82
Degree Documentation No Yes Yes Yes
Translated Transcripts Yes Yes Yes Yes

* Additional program-specific requirements can be found in the program pages of the postsecondary and postgraduate calendars.
** Some programs require additional fees for testing, auditions, document evaluation, etc.
*** Pharmacy Technician requires: TOEFL ibt 91, IELTS 6.5 or MELAB 81; specific band/element scores also apply.
All transcripts must be translated into English and notorized.

Note: Admission requirements are subject to change without notice. Please refer to the English Language Proficiency Policy for more details.

Conditional Acceptance through English for Academic Purpose

Students who do not meet Humber’s English language requirements should consider enrolling in the English for Academic Purposes (EAP) program.

This program has six intakes throughout the year (January, March, May, June, September, October) and consists of eight levels. Each level is eight weeks long and includes classroom and lab instruction.

Upon entering the program, students are assessed and placed in their appropriate level of study. The cost for each level in 2014/2015 was $3,025 CAD.

EAP students may also be granted condi­tional acceptance into many of Humber’s diploma, degree and postgraduate certificate programs and may enter the program after successful com­pletion of level eight as stated in the English Language Proficiency Policy. No further English testing is required.

Visit the School of Liberal Arts & Sciences for more information.

International Costs of Study at Humber

For Two Semesters/Eight Months ($CAD)

Application Fee $75
Tuition Costs (includes health insurance (the health insurance fee is charged in the first semester and is non-refundable) and mandatory non-tuition and student government fees) $14,200 to $14,800*
*To pay by semester add $40 split-fee charge.
Housing Costs (optional)
Residence $8,130 to $10,500
(includes $500 deposit, airport pick-up, meals and administrative costs)
Homestay $9,000 to $10,200 (plus $190 placement fee)
Note: The costs indicated are for the 2014/2015 academic year and are subject to change without notice.

International Student Services

Humber provides specialized services for international students.

We assist students with questions regarding:

  • Immigration
  • Transition
  • Housing
  • health insurance
  • employment

In addition to acting as a resource for students, we provide various opportunities for students to learn more about Canada and meet new friends.

The International office also houses many resources on work/study abroad, multiculturalism and other international issues.