Apply for Admission

Admission to DUKE is competitive and prospective students are able to start their program at any of the six entry points throughout the year. Each semester lasts two months and students are able to begin new courses every two months.
Follow the following steps for getting admitted to DUKE:
1. Complete DUKE application.
2. Submit your official transcript from your pervious schools.
3. Pay the application fee.
Students will be notified of their application status within a week once all documents are submitted.

Talk to the Admission Counselor
Our expert multidisciplinary team spends an average of two days on a thorough evaluation of the student's English skills, so as to better prepare the student for high school courses and a successful transition to university.
"Imagine your ideal school experience because every student is different and has different expectations of what they want out of a program. Duke College is where a student can receive individual attention on campus and still have the opportunity to enjoy the culture of City of Toronto."
International/Visiting Students
One of the greatest features of DUKE is the diversity of our students. We have students from all over the world and we hope that you join our global educational community in Toronto, one of the most diverse, multicultural cities in the world.
International admission requirements are:
1. Complete DUKE application.
2. Official transcript from your pervious schools.
3. The application fee.
4. Two copies of the biographical page of passport.
5. Two passport size photos.
6. Visa application form.
7. Essay of 300-400 words.
Important Dates and Information
All students should submit all the documents for admission 30 days before the start day of the classes.
All students may begin the classes between the first day of class and the seventh calendar day of a semester.
All students must pay the tuition fees before the deadlines.
All students are required to pay a $100 non-refundable course registration deposit which will be applied towards the tuition fee. Course registration fees are nonrefundable if a student should withdraw from a course.
Registration Process
Once students are admitted, the office of Admission will send them an official acceptance email and a formal letter in the mail. New students can schedule either in-person or telephone appointments for registration. For the ESL classes, students must see the counselor to assess their class level. Transfer students will be advised appropriately based on the courses taken at other institutions.