This category of students are those with Permanent Resident or Canadian Citizenship status. They do not require a visa to attend the College.

To begin a new and exciting journey into your career development, visit the How to Apply page.

List of programs

 Diploma Program (Faculty of Management)
 

Diploma Program (Faculty of Technology)

Student Support Services

Let’s work together to achieve a greater learning outcome and success. OCMT student support services offers a wide range of services that will make your learning experience worthwhile. As a member of our community, we offer information and support that are available within our immediate communities.

Some of these services include, but limited to:

The following services are available to fully registered OCMT students:

  • Career Counselling
  • Bursary and Scholarship
  • Webmail
  • Internal Job opportunities and Volunteer
  • External Job Opportunities

Off-campus Residence

The College is able to coordinate an off-campus accommodation for students who might require such assistance. However, students are responsible for any associated cost of accommodation with respective third parties. Please email at studentservices@ocmtontario.ca

Student Bus Pass

At the request and expense of the students, we are able to provide student bus pass, please contact studentservices@ocmtontario.ca.

Reach out today and tell us about your needs by e-mail at studentservices@ocmtontario.ca. If required, a member of our office will schedule a meeting with you to further understand your areas of need.

Please remember to include your student information, and your full name when submitting a request.

OCMT Support team – always here to help!

The OCMT Scholarship is based on merit and leadership. OCMT shall grant scholarships or bursaries to students who have demonstrated excellence in the following:

Academic Grade (A+)

Leadership and Team Skills

Provides support services to others/involve in community volunteering services.

Note: Student must demonstrate more than one of the above qualities in order to receive either a scholarship or bursary.

*The maximum award shall not be more than 25% of the tuition and bursary will be a flat award of $500.* For more information, contact Finance Aid Office at finance@ocmtontario.ca.

Other Scholarship Options

For more options on financing your education, read the information about optional scholarships and educational funding on the Scholarship Canada website. For more information, visit http://www.scholarshipscanada.com/Section/8/Alternate-Financing.

Admission Requirements


Transcripts: Original or certified copies (attested to by the academic institution of issue) of transcripts or records that substantiate you have achieved academic standing equivalent to 12 years of elementary and high school education for post secondary programs, or completion of a University degree in Business, Management, Technology, Engineering, Finance or other related programs with one year post graduation experience, or 3 years College Diploma  with two years of post graduation experience for postgraduate programs.

Other Admission requirements include:

Proof of English Language proficiency: For all applicants with first language in another dialect other than English or language of instruction in their high school is different from English, proof of English Language Proficiency is required. An English test, such as TOEFL, PTE, and IELTS must be completed with expected grades as follow:

TOEFL: 580

PTE: 60

IELTS: 6.5

The proof could also be a letter from your Professor or Instructor attesting that English Language was the language of instruction in the last 5 years preceding your graduation.

Purpose Letter: A 500-word letter of Intent on why you are interested in your desired area of study.