Canadian students must possess a high school diploma or be over the age of 19. Admission to our design programs require an interview with one of our program coordinators and/or a sample portfolio of past work and/or a "Letter of Intent" on their reasons for pursuing this program.
International students must possess a high school diploma (or equivalent) or be over the age of 19. Admission to our design programs require an interview with one of our program coordinators and/or a sample portfolio of past work, and/or a "Letter of Intent" on their reasons for pursuing this program. As this may be difficult to meet from a foreign country, LaSalle College will make adjustments for students coming from great distances. Some design programs have language requirements; please contact us for further information.
After deciding on the program that is right for you, fill out an application form, either online or on paper, and send it by mail, fax, or in person to our administrative office in Vancouver. A $150.00 application fee must accompany this form. After completion of the application, suitable students will be contacted for an interview with the program advisor.
International students must send an official application by mail or by fax, with the accompanying registration fee of $100.00 for language and $200.00 for design programs along with payment for their first session. Once an international student is accepted, they will receive an official Letter of Acceptance. They should present this letter to the local Canadian Embassy or Consulate in order to fulfill their student visa requirements. Please remember that not all countries have the same student visa requirements. Check with our College for more information or an educational consultant in your country.