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Study in Mississauga

  • Lambton College is a public college located in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada. Lambton College has established a licensing agreement in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada with Queen’s College of Business, Technology, and Public Safety (Queen’s College); a registered private career college. We refer to this licensing agreement as Lambton in Mississauga. International students can now take advantage of this opportunity to study in Mississauga.

    All services and classes at this location are delivered by Queen's College employees in accordance with its licensing agreement with Lambton College.

    International students may also study Lambton College programs in Sarnia and Toronto.

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  • International Student Update during COVID-19

    Thank you for your patience. Your health and well-being are our top priority. We also understand that you are seeking answers about the start of classes and programs.

    You must have a laptop with wireless capability in order to study at Lambton. Please come prepared. Depending on the COVID 19 situation and how it evolves, some or all of a semester may be taught online.

    Below you will see a collection of frequently asked questions which may also be helpful to you.

  • COVID FAQs

    FAQs for International Students
    How has COVID-19 affected the September 2020 intake?
    Due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, programs will be delivered in a fully remote or partially remote format.
    I'm ready to study remotely - what are the requirements?
    Students require an approved study permit, computer, webcam, and reliable home internet connection.
    If I am unable to travel to Canada, can I study remotely from my home country?
    Yes, many programs will be delivered in a fully remote format allowing you to study remotely while living in your home country. In fact, in term 1, instruction at Lambton in Toronto and Lambton in Mississauga will be delivered at times suitable for students in multiple time zones - both in Canada and overseas.
    I've never studied remotely before, will it be challenging?
    Get ready to join thousands of Lambton College students already studying remotely, here in Canada and overseas. Remote study will require motivation, self-discipline, and effective time management skills. But here's the good news - these are all attributes that Canadian employers are looking for. This is a great opportunity to develop skills relevant to your ongoing studies and post-graduate employment success.
    Will remote study impact my PGWPP eligibility?
    According to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), students may begin their classes while outside Canada and complete up to 50% of their program via distance learning if they cannot travel to Canada sooner. In addition, they will not have time deducted from the length of a future post-graduation work permit for studies completed outside of Canada, up to December 31, 2020.
    For the most up-to-date information, please visit the Government of Canada - IRCC website.
    Can I study remotely, outside Canada, without a study permit?
    No, students must have a study permit approval letter or study permit in order to register and begin their studies.
    I paid fees for the September 2020 intake but have not yet submitted my study permit application. Should I apply for my visa now?
    Yes, your seat is confirmed for the September 2020 intake and we encourage you to being your studies in September. See the registration deadlines:
    • Sarnia campus programs - September 18, 2020
    • Lambton in Toronto programs - September 25, 2020
    • Lambton in Mississauga programs - September 25, 2020
    I received my study permit approval for the September 2020 intake. When can I travel to Canada?
    The Government of Canada has implemented restrictions that limit travel to Canada. Upon arrival, your ability to enter Canada will be determined at the sole discretion of the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA). For further information about travel restrictions and exemptions, please refer to the Government of Canada - Visitors, Foreign Workers and Students webpage.
    Arrival and temporary housing options for self-isolation are posted on the following pages:
    I intend to study remotely from within Canada. Am I eligible to work off-campus?
    International students who were eligible to work on or off-campus can continue to do so, but remain subject to the same number of authorized hours (20 hours off-campus during academic sessions and full-time during scheduled breaks.)
    For further information visit the Government of Canada - Study Permit - COVID-19 Program Delivery webpage.
    When will I receive my timetable for the September 2020 intake?
    Timetables are accessible after completing your online registration and mandatory orientation program. You must have a study permit approval letter or study permit to begin the online registration process.
    When does online registration open for the September 2020 intake?
    Online registration opened July 13, 2020. Please refer to the links below based on your study location:
    I already completed my online pre-arrival orientation for the Spring 2020 intake. Do I need to complete it again for the September 2020 intake?
    No, you are not required to complete the pre-arrival orientation again. Please remember to save your completion certificate and upload it during online registration.
    Is it possible to defer my admission to the January 2021 intake?
    If you are unable to begin your studies in September 2020, you may request a deferral through your agent after July 20, 2020. You agent, on your behalf, will have to confirm your visa application status and describe why you are unable to begin your studies in September. Deferral requests will be prioritized based on seat and program availability as follows:
    1. Applicants who submitted their visa application, but have not yet received it, will be given priority in the deferral assessment process.
    2. For applicants who have not yet submitted their visa application, seats are available in January 2021 and not all deferral requests will be approved.
    My admission was deferred from May 2020 to September 2020, why have tuition costs increased?
    Fees increase each academic year. This information is stated on our website and in the footnotes of your acceptance letter.
    Students who were deferred from May 2020 to September 2020 may be eligible to receive a term 1 tuition adjustment of up to $500 CAD. This will be done on an exceptional basis only in programs where term 1 tuition costs increased between the spring and fall terms (based on the estimated cost on your original acceptance letter).
    If costs have increased due to external factors (such as required courseware, textbooks, software), students will be responsible for paying the difference in full prior to the program start date.
    I was approved for the September 2020 intake, but I would like to withdraw my admission and refund my fees. Is that possible?
    Yes, you are welcome to submit a refund and withdrawal request through your agent. Refunds are subject to an administrative fee as detailed in our Refund & Withdrawal Policy.
    The withdrawal deadline for the September 2020 intake is September 18, 2020. Refund and withdrawal requests submitted after this date will not be eligible for a refund of term 1 fees.
    Where can I find information about my international student health insurance?
    Emergency medical insurance is mandatory for all international students at Lambton College. This includes students who are full-time and part-time and who are on a co-op. This insurance is provided by GuardMe - a third party insurance provider.
    For further information, please refer to the links below based on your study location:
    You can also refer to the GuardMe microsite for policy details and frequently asked questions about COVID-19:

  • Contact

    Lambton in Mississauga at Queen's College

    905-890-7833

    121 Brunel Road
    Mississauga, ON L4Z 3E9

    lambton@​queenscollege.ca

  • Queen’s College is located at 121 Brunel Road, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. All services and classes at this location are delivered by Queen’s College employees in accordance with its licensing agreement with Lambton College.


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