International Students

BITTS International Career College has various courses available for international students. If any international student wants to enroll into college near Brampton or Mississauga then, BITTS International Career College could be there, the best opportunity to study in Canada. The process to apply into college in Mississauga under PCC act 2005 is simple and easy. Follow the below written steps for applying directly:

Step 1

Visit college courses and select the program that is suitable for your career goals. If you need more information about a particular program, you can write to admissions@bitts.ca.

Note: As an international student, either program should match to your previous study or you must have valid statement in your statement of purpose (SOP) why you are switching to different field of study.

Step 2

Once the program is finalized, proceed to check with the admissions requirements.
Should students not possess English as their first language, we ask that students to demonstrate proficiency in English. This can be done by submitting the results of ONE of the following in relation to their applied program(s):

Name or Designation Description Program Level Minimum Score
A minimum of two years of full-time study at the secondary school level in an English language school system in a country where English is the primary language, the primary language of instruction English used as evaluation. Students must have substantial English grades for admittance to their program. N/A N/A
A minimum of two full years of successful study in an accredited university degree program or two full years of s study in an accredited college diploma program in a country, OR in a reputable English language postsecondary institution. N/A N/A
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), Academic Level Diploma 550 for paper-based test OR 80 (20L, 20W, 20S, 20R) via an Internet-based test
International English Language Testing (IELTS) Academic Level (*during COVID-19, IELTS Indicator also accepted) Diploma Overall 6.0 but not below 5.5 band score
Michigan English Test Diploma 56 MET score
Pearson Language Test Evaluation (PTE) Diploma 53-57 PTE score
Canadian Academic English Language Assessment Test (CAEL) (the online or in-person test) Diploma Overall 60 band score
English for Academic Purposes [EAP] Program in partner Schools. Diploma Successful completion of all EAP courses with a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 60% in Level 8
Cambridge English Tests Program Level: Minimum FCE/CAE/CPE Minimum B2 First/C1 Advanced/C2 Proficiency Score
Duolingo Language Test Diploma Between 105-110 Test Score

Step 3

After meeting all the admissions requirements candidates. Apply for the program by submitting Filled application form

Copy of grade 12 or equivalent education

Copy of valid passport (bio-pages)

Copy of proof of English language proficiency (IELTS) with a minimum score of 5.5

Step 4

The successful completion of application, now you can make a payment of CAD $350 (non-refundable) as application and administrative fee. Our student advisor team will guide you for making payment.

Step 5

Once the application has been reviewed and accepted, the applicant will receive documents along with detailed instructions on the fee payments and the deposit schedule. Positive evaluation will lead to issuance of letter of acceptance (LOA), which must be used along with other supporting documents to obtain study permit.

Step 6

As an international student, you are required to apply for a study permit. This can be done through your local Canadian embassy, using the above-mentioned letter of acceptance.

Further information regarding this process is available www.cic.gc.ca

Since the process may take over a month to complete, our advice is to apply at the earliest. The study visa issued by the Canadian government is usually for the duration of the course.

Campus Safety

We pride ourselves in ensuring that each member of our community is kept safe. The department of campus safety has taken the appropriate measures to ensure a safe and secure environment by remaining compliant with the provincial, federal and local laws.


The safety department at BITTS International Career College envision community-oriented campus safety programs to provide a safe campus and community to its people.


  • To establish decorum of the campus.
  • Every person must feel safe within the campus area.
  • Every individual must be treated with trust and respect.
  • Peace and harmony is well-maintained.
  • To ensure high quality services are enjoyed by the students.
  • There is no place for discrimination (based on gender, race, orientation, etc.).

BITTS International Career College Campus Safety Department is an integral part of BITTS International Career College and BITTS Testing Centre.


The volunteer program involves the willingly participation of students to safeguard the campus. They are trained on policies and procedures that provide them with the skills to handle minor day to day concerns of newer students.

The department of campus safety works alongside local law enforcement agencies for training programs and smooth law enforcement.