Choosing where to attend post-secondary is a big decision—we're so glad you're applying to Selkirk College!
We'll walk you through the application process. If you have any questions, please get in touch.
Choose a program
Get career ready with a postgraduate program, explore transfer opportunities or choose from one of over 80 nationally recognized programs.
Find out the admission requirements and English language proficiency requirements
English Language Program admission requirements
To apply to the English Language Program, you need to meet one of these requirements:
Be at least 18 years of age.
Have completed high school.
Have special permission from Selkirk International.
There are no English language proficiency requirements for entry into the English Language Program.
College program admission requirements
For direct entry into Selkirk College programs, you must:
Meet English language proficiency requirements.
Meet program and course prerequisite requirements, including math requirements.
For some programs, take the Computerized Placement Tool (CPT) test.
Know your timelines
Most programs accept applications 12 months before the start date. Acceptance to these programs is based on your application date and completion of program admission requirements. Apply early to ensure a seat in your program as some popular programs have a waitlist.
Please allow time for visa processing and study permit processing where appropriate. Check here for study permit processing times.
Apply to Selkirk College
There are two ways to apply. You can either apply online through EducationPlannerBC or you can apply directly to Selkirk College.
Apply online through EducationPlannerBC.
Once your application has been received, we will contact you with a list of documents you need to submit. Submit your supporting documents, including transcripts, test scores, passport ID page and a resume (if applicable). All these documents must be scanned and sent via email.
We’ll be in touch. If all entry requirements are met, we will issue a conditional letter of acceptance. This letter will outline your tuition fees.
Apply with a Selkirk College application package.
Submit your supporting documents, including transcripts, test scores, passport ID page and a resume (if applicable). All these documents must be scanned and sent via email.
Once your application has been received, we will contact you with your student number and instructions to login to your student account.
Login to your student account and the pay the $100 application fee. Notify us to let us know that it has been paid.
If all entry requirements have been met, we will issue a conditional letter of acceptance.
Pay tuition and fees
Tuition and fees for international students are due when you are accepted. We can only issue an unconditional offer letter when your tuition and fees have been paid. Your seat will not be held until your tuition and fees have been paid.
Tuition and fees can be paid by credit card, bank transfer or through EducationPlannerBC.
Find out more about due dates, how to pay, and refunds and withdrawals.
Apply for a study permit
Along with a study permit, find out about work permits, visa extensions and more. If you program has co-op education or work placement, you will need to apply for a work permit.
Get specific details for your region or contact a member of the Selkirk International team.