FAQ

How do I apply for a full-time program? Please visit Program Availability to learn how to apply for full-time programs at Humber and all the colleges in Ontario.

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Can I study on-line? Yes, Humber offers a wide range of on-line certificates and courses. Visit www.onlinelearning.humber.ca

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Where do I find information about Credential Evaluation? All information regarding credential evaluation can be found at the Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials website: www.cicic.ca

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How can I learn about transferring credits? A transfer credit may be granted if you have demonstrated sufficient knowledge to satisfy the requirements of a particular course. To qualify for a transfer credit you must have completed a credit course at another recognized institution (accredited). The course must be similar in content and credits to the course you are seeking a transfer credit for. You must also have achieved a minimum grade of 60 per cent. A transfer credit application form can be downloaded from the website https://humber.ca/admissions/transfer-options.html

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Can I receive credits for prior work experience related to your program courses? Yes, you may be eligible for Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR). To learn more about PLAR visit https://humber.ca/transferoptions/

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Where to find information about Financial Aid? To learn everything you need to know about financial aid visit http://humber.ca/admissions/financial-aid.html

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What is the OSAP? OSAP - The Ontario Student Assistance Program is a federally and provincially funded loan and grant program that provides financial assistance to eligible post-secondary students. For more information, please visit the OSAP website at www.osap.gov.on.ca

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Are there college organizations that will help me find work, prepare a résumé, etc.? Humber’s Community Employment Services can assist you with your job search FREE of charge. For more information please visit www.jobs.humber.ca

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Is counselling available for new students? Humber offers a free and confidential service to students requiring academic help, support in dealing with a personal or mental health issue, or to those who just need information www.humber.ca/counselling

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Where can I go for help with housing, health, legal, schools, sponsorship, etc.? You will find a wealth of information at www.settlement.org. Additionally, you can contact 211 Toronto to speak with a community referral specialist. This service is free of charge and services are offered in more than 50 languages. Visit them at www.211toronto.ca, or call 211 free of charge from you mobile /home phone or any payphone. www.ontarioimmigration.ca

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Frequently Asked Questions specifically:

For Humber College in general

The new Applicant Learning Resources are the following :

http://ask.humber.ca

The Bridging programs for internationally Trained Professionals
www.newtocanada.humber.ca

International Students
www.international.humber.ca

On-line learning
http://www.humberonline.ca/support/open-learning-centre

Second Career
http://www.humber.ca/secondcareer/faq.php#

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