- Applicants must complete the online or paper program application form and submit for acceptance.
- Submit proof of identity (official government picture identification).
- Pay the non-refundable application and assessment fee of:
- $250.00 CDN if you are a Canadian student; or
- $300.00 CDN if you are an international student.
- $1800.00 CDN if you are an Co-op student.
- Submit an application assessment essay (500 words) about you and your dream of becoming a professional make-up artist, spa technician or an actor. Please note that this essay will be an essential factor when assessing your application for acceptance into the program.
- For diploma/certificate programs, applicants must have a valid high school diploma or be at least 19 years of age or older. If students are currently enrolled in high school, transcripts for the last term will be required (attach file if required, for applicants younger than 19 years of age) and those under the age of 19 must have parental consent. Upon acceptance, a parent or legal guardian must co-sign the registration as consent.
- Have a detailed financial plan to cover tuition expenses. Choose from a variety of tuition payment options provided by New Image College of Fine Arts, or, if using a different payment plan, you must submit a letter detailing your personal financial plan for approval.
- Meet the specific program requirements.
- Meet English requirements.
- Wait for your application to be assessed.
- Upon application acceptance, applicant must meet with a New Image College of Fine Arts educational advisor, in person or online, fill out a final registration form, and read and sign registration and refund policies.
- Pay tuition fees. Following the financial plan that you submitted at the time of application, a educational advisor will assist you with final details to complete your payment.
- Read and sign the New Image College of Fine Arts Student Policies and Procedures booklet.
Students applying for any New Image College of Fine Arts programs are required to demonstrate their ability to write and speak English at an acceptable level.
If your second language is English, but you can speak and write it well, our admissions representatives can give you an English assessment over the phone to assess your acceptance into a program.
We do not require a specific test score in order to accept international students into our programs. The phone interview will be sufficient to determine your ability to study at New Image College of Fine Arts but, if you possess records of English language test scores and would like to submit them, please feel free to do so in your application.
It is recommended that all international students have medical insurance coverage while studying in Canada. We can help you to get in contact with a medical insurance agent to help you purchase the medical plan that suits you the best.
International students will qualify for British Columbia’s medical coverage once they have resided in BC for three months. Visit the Health Insurance BC website at http://www.health.gov.bc.ca/insurance/index.html to obtain a copy of the application.
Student and Work Permit
All international students enrolled to an educational program longer than 6 months must obtain a student permit prior to entering Canada. In order to participate in any of the New Image College of Fine Arts co-op programs and be able to work in Canada (which is essential part of your studies), you must also apply for a work permit.
After completing registration and have received full payment or deposit of tuition, New Image College of Fine Arts will provide you with the following documents you will need when applying for your student and or work permit:
- Letter of acceptance.
- Co-op letter of acceptance (if you are participating in a co-op program)
- Proof of payment of education
The application kits are available for download at: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/study/index.asp or ask the New Image College of Fine Arts international office for assistance.