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SENECA COLLEGE was built in year 1967 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.What is the ranking of SENECA COLLEGE?

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  • Faculties, Schools and CentresApplied Arts & Health Sciences 

    Animal Health

    Community Services

    Early Childhood Education

    English and Liberal Studies

    Health Sciences

    Public Safety and Police Studies

    Recreation

    Underwater Skills

     

    Applied Science & Engineering Technology

     

     

    Centre for Development of Open Technology, School of Information and Communications Technology

    Agilent Technologies Institute

    Aviation

    Biological Sciences & Applied Chemistry

    Centre for Advanced Technologies

    Centre for the Built Environment

    Information and Communications Technology

    English and Liberal Studies

    Fire Protection

    York/Seneca Institute for Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education

    Business

     

     

    Faculty of Business on Newnham Campus

    Accounting & Financial Services

    Business Management

    Centre for Financial Services

    Centre for Human Resources

    English and Liberal Studies

    International Business

    Legal and Public Administration/Office Administration

    Marketing

    Tourism

    Communication, Art & Design

     

    Animation Arts Centre

    Creative Arts and Animation

    English and Liberal Studies

    Fashion

    Media

    International

     

    English Language Institute

    Liberal Arts

     

    Liberal Arts Programs

    Part-time Studies (Continuing Education)

     

    Business

    Community

    Creative

    Education

    Environment

    Humanities

    Language

    Technology

    Training and Employment Services

     

    Business Office Skills

    Career Programs for Internationally Trained Persons

    Career Change

    College Preparation for Adults

    Employment Training and Business Services

    Services for Skilled Immigrants

    Workforce Re-entry Programs for Employment Ontario Clients

    Libraries

    Seneca Libraries provide students, faculty and staff with resources and services both online and on-site to enhance academic student support. The libraries offer print, audiovisual and electronic resources including books, magazines, journals, videos, DVDs, slides, recordings and a variety of topical databases. Services include research support, library instruction and a large circulating collection. The libraries provide online help through e-mail and the live reference chat service, “AskUS”. As well, the Seneca Libraries’ website hosts comprehensive research guides tailored to program specific offerings which supports the learning experience. Their state-of-the-art facilities, located at Newnham, York University, Markham and King campuses offers student spaces for group and individual study and electronic training centers. The libraries provide a large number of workstations equipped with instructional software and information resources tailored to course requirements.

     

Nov. 8, 2017    New Students:

Winter Term 2018 Tuition Deposit Due

Dec. 8, 2017    Last day to submit requests for Transfer Credit for Winter Term 2018

Dec. 13, 2017  Open Enrolment begins for Winter Term 2018 on Student Centre

Jan. 1, 2018     New Year’s Day – Holiday (College Closed)

Jan. 2, 2018     Fall Term 2017 resumes

Jan. 9, 2018     Fall Term 2017 ends

Jan. 13, 2018 (5:00 p.m.)        Final Grades Fall Term 2017 available on Student Centre

Jan. 15, 2018   Session 1: Winter Term 2018 ELI Classes begin; Tuition Due

Jan. 17, 2018   Winter Term 2018 begins: Classes begin

Winter Term 2018 Tuition Due

Jan. 17, 2018   Session 1: Last Day to add 7 week ELI course(s)

Jan. 23, 2018   Last Day to add course(s)

Jan. 30, 2018   Last day to drop course(s) without receiving a grade and with a refund

Jan. 30, 2018   Session 1: Last day to drop 7 Week course(s) without receiving a grade and with a refund

Feb. 2, 2018    Late tuition payment for Winter Term 2018 with financial penalty

Feb. 9, 2018    Session 1: Last day to drop 7 Week course(s) and receive a DNC (Did Not Complete) grade

Feb. 19, 2018  Family Day – Holiday (College Closed)

Feb. 23, 2018  Session 1: Classes end for 7 Week course(s)

Feb. 26 – Mar. 2, 2018            Study Week (College Open)

Mar. 5, 2018   Session 2: Classes begin for 7 Week course(s)

Mar. 7, 2018   New Students:

Summer Term 2018 Tuition Deposit Due

Mar. 9, 2018   Session 2: ELI courses only – Last day to add 7 Week course(s)

Mar. 16, 2018 Session 2: Last day to drop 7 Week course(s) without receiving a grade and with a refund

Mar. 28, 2018 Last day to drop course(s) and receive a DNC (Did Not Complete) grade

Mar. 30, 2018 Good Friday – Holiday (College Closed)

April 6, 2018   Session 2: Last day to drop 7 Week course(s) and receive a DNC (Did Not Complete) grade

April 11, 2018 Open Enrolment begins for Summer Term 2018 on Student Centre

April 13, 2018 Last day to submit requests for Transfer Credit for Summer Term 2018

April 20, 2018 Session 2: ELI courses end

April 24, 2018 Winter Term 2018 ends

April 28, 2018 Final Grades Winter Term 2018 available on Student CentreTuition Fees: 2018/19 Academic Year

The tuition fee framework is issued by the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development (MAESD) and is administered by the Registrar’s Office. There are two categories of tuition fees – Domestic and International.

 

Domestic Tuition Fees

Domestic tuition fees are charged to students who are defined as being Canadian citizens or persons admitted lawfully to Canada for permanent residence. The tuition fee framework is issued by the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development (MAESD) and is administered by the Registrar’s Office.

 

International Tuition Fees

International tuition fees are charged to students who are defined as non-Canadian citizens or persons admitted under a study permit. Tuition fees for international students are established by the Seneca College Board of Governors and are administered by the Registrar’s Office.

 

Full-Time Student

A full-time student is defined as being registered in 66.66% or more of the regularly assigned number of courses per term of a full-time program and/or 70% or more of the regularly assigned contact hours per term of a full-time program.

 

Part-time Student

A part-time (partial-load) student is defined as being registered in less than 66.66% of the regularly assigned number of courses per term of a full-time program and/or less than 70% of the regularly assigned contact hours per term of a full-time program.

 

Students with Disabilities

Students with permanent disabilities who require accommodation of a reduced course load due to the impact of a documented disability, may be eligible for reduced tuition fees for the final courses needed to complete their program. Some conditions apply. Please contact the Registrar’s Office for additional information.

 

Nursing – Collaborative (BSCN)

A full time student in the Nursing – Collaborative program is defined as being registered in 60% or more of the regularly assigned number of courses per term.

 

Extra Course(s)

If a student takes more than the prescribed number of courses per term, an additional fee will be assessed for the additional course(s). Please contact the Registrar’s Office for information.

 

Continuing Education Course(s)

Fees for course(s) offered through the Faculty of Continuing Education can be found online.

 

Fee Payment Deadlines

Minimum payment must be made by the Fees Deposit Due Date. The remainder of tuition payment is due on the first day of classes.

  • General Language proficiencyAll applicants to Seneca must be well prepared to study in English. If you are coming from a country where English is not the primary language, you must show one of the following: 

    Successful completion of a minimum of two years of full-time study in a school and country where English is the primary language

    A recognized international language test score such as IELTS Academic, TOEFL or PTE Academic

    Successful completion of an English preparatory program offered at Seneca

     

    Admission to a Diploma (2 yrs) or Advanced Diploma (3 yrs) Program

    International Application Form

     

    Application fee of $65 CAD (non-refundable)

     

    High School graduation transcripts (grades) for Grade 10, 11 & 12 showing all program-required subjects

     

    International English Test Scores:

     

    A minimum TOEFL score of 550 (paper based) or 80 (internet based with no test below 20) – TOEFL code 9212, OR

     

    IELTS Academic with an overall minimum score of 6.0 (with no single test score below 5.5), OR

     

    PTE Academic (Pearson Test of English) score 58

     

    Admission to a Degree (4 yrs) Program

    International Application Form

     

    Application fee $65 CAD (non-refundable)

     

    High School graduation transcripts (grades) for Grade 10, 11 & 12

     

    Include transcripts for any post-secondary College/University courses or programs completed (if applicable)

     

    International English Test Scores:

     

    Minimum TOEFL score of 570 (paper based) or 84 (internet based with no test below 21), OR

     

    IELTS Academic with an overall minimum score of 6.5 (with no single test score below 6.0), OR

     

    PTE Academic (Pearson Test of English) score 60

     

    Admission to a Certificate (1 yr) Program

    International Application Form

     

    Application fee of $65 CAD (non-refundable)

     

    High School graduation transcripts (grades) for Grade 10, 11 & 12 showing all program-required subjects

     

    International English Test Scores:

     

    A minimum TOEFL score of 550 (paper based) or 80 (internet based with no test below 20) – TOEFL code 9212, OR

     

    IELTS Academic with an overall minimum score of 6.0 (with no single test score below 5.5), OR

     

    PTE Academic (Pearson Test of English) score 58

     

    Admission to a Post-Graduate (1 yr) Program

    International Application Form

     

    Application fee $65 CAD (non-refundable)

     

    University degree transcripts for all years

     

    International English Test Scores:

     

    Minimum TOEFL score of 580 (paper based) or 88 (internet based with no test below 22), OR

     

    IELTS Academic with an overall minimum score of 6.5 (no single test score below 6.0), OR

     

    PTE Academic (Pearson Test of English) score 60

     

Seneca College currently offers residence at both the Newnham Campus and the King Campus. Seneca residences are composed of suite-style units containing two bedrooms, a bathroom and kitchenette. Each bedroom contains a double bed, desk, chair, closet and dresser space, as well as cable TV, internet access and phone. Students also have access to a common kitchen, laundry rooms, lounge areas, games room and a convenience store. Buildings have a front desk and 24-hour video monitoring, and are accessed by swipe card. The Newnham Campus residence holds 1,113 students in a high rise tower while the King Campus only holds 233 students in a three-storey low rise structure.

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