FRANKLIN EDUCATION GROUP

LOCAL STUDENTS

Franklin operates on a five-semester system, enabling students to register and study all year round. Within every 3-month semester, Franklin students can take maximum three courses.

* And we also offer Summer School Program, which starts at the end of June and ends at the end of August, making students get into university as fast as possible.

* Start Date: January, April, July, August, September/October

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

Introduction to the Canadian Education System

Canada has one of the most advanced and respected educational systems in the world. The Province of Ontario alone has 19 universities and 24 colleges. Degrees offered by all the universities and colleges are being recognized around the globe. In fact, many universities have very strong reputation because of their programs’ popularity and world renowned status. Some examples include University of Waterloo’s computer science and accounting degrees, Queen’s University engineering and business programs as well as York University’s marketing program to name just a few.

Conforming to the curriculum polices and regulations of the Ontario Ministry of Education, Franklin Education offers grade 9 to grade 12 credit courses, university preparatory courses and ESL programs. We actively pursue innovation and promote excellence in teaching. Our primary objective is to provide a pathway for international students to enter prestigious universities of their choice in Canada.

A student must have a minimum of 30 credits to earn an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) in order to be considered for university acceptance. International students are granted overseas equivalency credits based upon their previous successful secondary school work in their own country.

 

Students who wish to apply for university entrance in Canada, and do not have a High School Diploma, must obtain an OSSD that includes a minimum of six (6) “U” or “M” or a combination of 4 “U” and a maximum of “2 M” credits. Any or all of these six credits may already be among the 30 credits of the OSSD. University and College entrance requires students to have an OSSD or a High School Diploma from their country of origin.

For students from overseas and outside Ontario, the Principal will assess their school records and determine the number of equivalency credits that the students will be granted and indicate the remaining number of courses they are required to complete in order to qualify for the OSSD. Please consult the following table for credit equivalency assessment in general, and note that in certain cases assessment is conducted on the basis of individual evaluation.

Ontario Equivalent Credit System for International Student

Registration Fee (One-Time Fee)

Tuition Fee

Canadian/Immigrant Student

Local International Student

$70 CAD

$70 CAD

$800/course

$1,600/course

Equivalent Credits

Outside of Ontario

Credits needed to study at Ontario

Finish Gr.9

Chinese Diploma

10

20

High school Level of Education

Finish Gr.10 (1st Semester)

14

16

Finish Gr.10 (2nd Semester)

16

14

Finish Gr.11 (1st Semester)

18

12

Finish Gr.11 (2nd Semester)

20

10

Finish Gr.12 (1st Semester)

22

8

Finish Gr.12 (2nd Semester)

24

6

3 years College

Finish 1st to 2nd year

24

6

4 years University

Finish 1st to 2nd year

24

6

TUITION & FEES

Price

Description

Application Fee

Item

$200.00 CAD

Application fee is non-refundable

Guardianship

 English Advanced Class +8

Secondary School Credit Course

(University Preparation Course)

$31,500.00CAD/Year

$3,000.00/Course

  • If the students themselves ahead of the end of the courses, tuition will not refund.

  • Students did not complete the course and extend their study, additional tuition fees will be applied.

  • After you receive the study permit, tuition fees are non-refundable.

English Advanced Class

Student Health Insurance

$7,500.00 CAD​

$650.00 CAD/Years

  • Senior English strengthen (University Guarantee class only)

  • One yearCanadian medical insurance

 $1200.00 CAD/Year

Guardian notarized fee is non-

refundable, applicant  who is under

18 years old need guardian

Payment may be made by money order or wire transfer (details below).

Franklin Education bank account details:Beneficiary: FRANKLIN EDUCATION GROUP

SCHOOLBeneficiary Address: 217-1457 MCCOWAN RD, TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, M1S5K7Bank Name: TD CANADA TRUSTBank Address: 55-550 HIGHWAY 7 EAST, RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, CANADA, L4B3Z4

Account No.: 08682-004-85295224243

Swift Code: TDOMCATTTOR

We never authorize any organization or anyone to collect payments on behalf of Franklin Education!

Application Procedure and Policy

1. Application documents:

  • Photocopy or scanned copy of the first and last pages of applicant’s passport

  • Completed and signed International Student Application Form

  • Photocopy or scanned copy of last three-years transcripts

  • Photocopy or scanned copy of the diploma from junior high school or senior high school or any highest level.

2. Upon review of the above documents, school will send the confirmation of application (including the payment notice). The students are required to pay for the application fee $150 and the tuition fees of the first year courses.

3. In receipt of the application fee and the tuition fees of the first year courses, school will send the Letter of Acceptance and official receipt of payment, with which students can apply for the Study Visa.

Notes:

  • Application fees are non-refundable in any case.

  • Tuition fees are non-refundable upon the approval of Study Permit.

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