Future Students

How We
Can Help

We can’t wait to help you grow and reach your career goals. Our Student Services Department provides a range of services to help familiarize students with the new institution, community and learning environment.

Our ‘Welcome Session’ provides a step by step instruction on how to acquaint yourself with the Campus and the Community. For more information, please contact the Student Advisor at studentservices@ocmtontario.ca

Admission Requirements

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.

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

Other Admission requirements include:

Proof of English Language proficiency: For all applicants with the 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:

International Students

Canada has one of the best and most respected education systems in the world. Every year, thousands of students from other countries pursue their educational goals in Canada.

With new ways to gain valuable Canadian work experience during and after your studies, the advantages of studying in Canada are great. There are also permanent immigration options for international students who have graduated from post-secondary programs in Canada.

Obtaining a Study Permit

If you wish to take academic, professional or vocational training at a university, college or other educational institution in Canada, you will need a study permit before you enter Canada.

There are a few exceptions to this rule. For example, you do not need a permit if you are enrolling in a short-term course or program of six months or less.

However, if you think you might study for more than six months, it is a good idea to obtain a study permit before you arrive.

OCMT is currently NOT accepting applications from international students who require a study permit for programs longer than six months. We are, however, open to offer specialized courses to foreign students who require a visiting visa for our short-term courses or for programs for less than six months.


These category of students are those with Permanent Resident or Canadian Citizenship status.

They do not require a visa to attend the College.

OCMT Welcome Session

Online Welcome Session is available to all new students. Each student will have five days (following their registration) to complete the ‘New Student Welcome Session.’

Don’t delay. Start your onboarding exercise as soon as your registration is completed by logging into the student portal with your student ID and assigned password.

The Information System department will assign a unique campus portal password and unique email address upon completing your admission process. This unique authentication will be used to log on to the College Intranet to access your “Welcome” Session. 

The welcome Session provides step-by-step instructions on how to acquaint yourself with the Campus and Community.

For more information, please contact the Student Advisor at studentservices@ocmtontario.ca

Log in to the student portal with your  ID and password to view information about your program, courses, grades, schedule, instructor notes, student support services, tuition receipts, career opportunities, and other campus-related information.

Student Support Services

The following services are available to fully registered OCMT students:

Off-campus Residence

The College is able to coordinate off-campus accommodation for students who might require such assistance. However, students are responsible for any associated cost of accommodation with respective third party providers. 

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. 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.

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