FAQs

STUDENTS-FAQS

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[toggle title=’What are the minimum admissions requirements for National Institute?’]
Earning a Diploma in Advanced Makeup In order to enrol, you need a high school diploma or its equivalent. Proficiency in English is also required. If you are an international student, then English proficiency test scores will be required. You need to be 18 years of age and over. For program specific prerequisites, Call us at 905-463-2006.
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[toggle title=’What is my first step?’]
Your first step is to book an appointment with the School Director to enrol yourself into a program, ask questions, and gain more information about your program.
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[toggle title=’Can I view facilities?’]
Yes, book your facility tour.
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[toggle title=’Can I attend a complimentary class?’]
You may attend a complimentary class upon consultation with the School Director.
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[toggle title=’What should I bring to Admissions Office for my meeting?’]
Bring your driver’s licence or other photo ID, Social Insurance number, and your high school/ other certificates.
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[toggle title=’Is there any entrance test?’]
If you have a college diploma or a university degree, then you do not need to write an entrance test. However if you do not have the aforementioned, then you need to write the CAST exam to ascertain your Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) equivalency.
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[toggle title=’How do I enrol?’]
Book an appointment with the School Director to enrol yourself into a program. You can schedule your appointment by calling 905-463-2006.
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[toggle title=’Can I enrol if I live outside Canada?’]
Yes. You may join National Institute upon approval and receipt of study permit from Immigration Canada. You can also join our Distant Learning program for a certificate course.
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[toggle title=’Will previously earned credits or experience transferred to National Institute?’]
Yes. If you have previously earned credits or experience then you may be considered as an ‘advanced standing’ student. This may qualify you for reduction in course hours and fees. Check with our Admissions Office for more details.
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[toggle title=’Can I consult someone for financing?’]
Yes. During your initial consultation, the School Director familiarizes you with the fee structure and payment alternatives. Our payment plans are very flexible. You can get more details on financial assistance and payment plans at your consultation.
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[toggle title=’Does National Institute have deadline for enrolment?’]
No. Batches for most courses begin every month. Call us at 905-463-2006 to check the commencement date for your course
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[toggle title=’Is National Institute accredited?’]
Yes. National Institute is a Registered Private Career College under the Private Career Colleges Act 2005. It is approved by the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges, and Universities.
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[toggle title=’Will the course at National Institute fit my schedule?’]
National Institute offers both part-time and full-time classes. We maintain great flexibility in your class timings depending on your personal schedule.
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[toggle title=’Can I seek help for Second Career Funding preparation?’]
Yes. We provide complete assistance in your application. Consult our Admissions Office for more details.
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[toggle title=’What are the requirements for graduation?’]
You need a passing grade of 70% or more to graduate along with the completion of your respective course hours. Consult course outlines for specific information on course duration.
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[toggle title=’How do I get a co-op or intern job?’]
To find or apply to a posting, inquire us at the office for co-op and internship opportunities.
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[toggle title=’Is there any job assistance available after graduation?’]
Yes. National Institute will help you find a job after graduation. We match job listings to student profile and refer students to various employers.
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