Fanshawe College

Canada


Why choose study in Canada

Bilingual environment
Live in a bilingual environment Canada is a bilingual country which makes studying here an excellent opportunity to develop your language skills and boost your prospects for an interesting career. Coursework in French and English is an integral part of Canada’s educational system, which enriches its cultural and community life.

Gain work experience in Canada after you graduate
The Canadian government offers a work program to students who have obtained a diploma from a post-secondary school in Canada and are looking to gain work experience. This is an excellent way to continue to live in Canada while diversifying and developing your professional skills.

Enjoy an excellent quality of life According to QS World University Rankings
Three Canadian cities, Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver, made the list of the top 50 student cities. The ranking was based on several criteria, including affordability, the diversity of the student population, and employers’ perception of graduates on the job market. Canada boasts an enviable quality of life, with a cost of living (e.g., housing, transportation, tuition) that is lower than in other countries, such as the US, France and the UK, and offers safety, stability and respect for the rights of individuals and communities.

Have an enriching cultural experience
Canada has a highly diverse population resulting in a rich and vibrant cultural scene. To begin exploring what Canada has to offer, visit each province’s tourism website. Below are a few recommended experiences that should not be missed. Enjoy the sounds of the Montreal International Jazz Festival: A must for music lovers, this world-renowned event brings together over 3,000 artists from some 30 countries every year.
More than 2 million festivalgoers flood the city’s streets for the 1,000 concerts on offer! Don a pair of cowboy boots for the Calgary Stampede: The Calgary Stampede is one of the largest outdoor rodeos in the world and attracts over 1 million visitors every year. In the space of just a few weeks, the city becomes one big party, with its residents dressed as cowboys, its buildings and storefronts decorated with western flair, and barbecue and pancake breakfasts served everywhere. Take in a hockey match: Hockey is to Canada what soccer is to Europe. It’s more than a national sport; it’s practically a religion! Canada has seven national hockey teams (Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg and Ottawa). To truly experience the frenzy over hockey, you need to watch a match during the playoffs, which generally take place around May. Indulge in some poutine: This perfect blend of French fries, gravy and cheese curds is a treat enjoyed by locals and tourists alike, at any time of day or night. Several Canadian cities even hold an annual Poutine Week! Visit a sugar shack: Mid-march to mid-April is the sugaring-off season in Quebec, when sap (also called maple water) is harvested to make maple syrup. To sample all sorts of treats made with this wonderful product, nothing beats a visit to a sugar shack, a festive place to eat, dance and put on a few pounds!

Discover the country’s natural beauty Canada is an extremely vast country
Its surface area is 14 times larger than that of France. It offers a multitude of magnificent landscapes that can be explored throughout the country’s four distinct seasons. Many Canadians complain about the country’s harsh winters, but the cold season provides an opportunity for dedicated skiers and ice skaters to practice their sport in majestic surroundings. Here are just some of the most scenic places to visit: the pristine beaches of Prince Edward Island, the impressive fjords of the Saguenay and the Percé Rock of the Gaspé in Quebec, the fascinating Rockies and Lake Louise in Alberta, Niagara Falls in Ontario, Jasper National Park also in Alberta and Whistler Mountain in British Columbia. From the sea to its mountains, prairies and forests, Canada is an endless source of natural beauty! For international students, very few places offer the advantages that Canada does. Its universities, among the best in the world, are at the heart of its rich and diverse culture.

Canada is a country with an excellent standard of living and where there are many opportunities to get some experience in your field of studies. As a bilingual, safe and welcoming place, Canada won’t disappoint students who are looking to broaden their horizons.


University Overview

Entry requirements

International applicants applying through the SDS Program (Study Direct Stream) from India, China, Vietnam or Philippines should note that the SDS IELTS requirements are 6.0 with no score less than 6.0 in any of the four bands.  For programs listing a higher IELTS requirement, the higher score will be required. 
English Requirements for Certificate and Diploma Programs:
TOEFL:  550 - PBT, 79 - iBT
IELTS: 6.0 with no band lower than 5.5
Cambridge:  169 with no skill less than 162
English Requirements for Degree Programs:
TOEFL:  560 - PBT, 84 - iBT
IELTS:  6.5 with no band lower than 6.0
Cambridge:  176 with no skill less than 169
English Requirements for Postgraduate Certificate Programs: 
TOEFL:  570 - PBT, 88 - iBT
IELTS:  6.5 with no band lower than 6.0
Cambridge:  176 with no skill less than 169
Tuition Fees and Living Expenses
What to Expect
Post-Secondary program tuition and fees:  *$15,000 to $16,000 (fees could vary program by program)
Living expenses:  *$10,000 - $12,000
Books and other expenses:  *$500 - $2,000
*Fees are approximate and in Canadian dollars; LTC bus pass included for full-time London campus students; housing costs are dependent on living situation; residence students have a mandatory meal plan included in residence fees.

Facilities

Accommodation Options
Homestay
Includes private bedroom and food for three meals/day, seven days/week
CAD875 per month plus a one-time administration fee of CAD235.
Residence - Falcon House, Peregrine House, Merlin House (apartment-style, on campus)
September to April:  CAD8,470 (includes mandatory meal plan of CAD1,200)
May to August: CAD495/month (no meal plan)
Includes a CAD500 non-refundable application fee
Residence - Kestrel Court (townhouse, beside the campus)
Standard bedroom CAD6,906 for 8 months; smaller room CAD6,606 for 8 months
Share a home with 5 other students, no meals provided
Includes a CAD500 non-refundable application fee          

Overview

Fanshawe College is located in Canada is London, Ontario and welcomes over 5,000 international students from more than 75 countries. Known as the Forest City i, surrounded by parks and lakes, London is a vibrant business and cultural hub only two hours from Toronto, Niagara Falls and the USA.
One of Ontario's largest colleges, with additional campuses in Simcoe, St. Thomas and Woodstock, Fanshawe offers more than 200 degree, diploma and certificate programs.
Its campus is set on 100 scenic acres and includes state-of-the-art learning and sports facilities. Students can choose from an array of homestay, residences or private rentals and have access to London Transit bus passes, health plans, the Student Wellness Centre, 200 clubs and 19 athletic teams with Fanshawe is International Centre providing ongoing support.
Scholarships are available for international students, and Fanshawe focuses on co-operative education, integrates academic learning and employment allowing students to work while they are studying. Its renowned Centre for Research and Innovation enables students to provide solutions to real-world problems presented by industry partners.
As a member of the Canadian Bureau of International Education, student exchange opportunities are available in Europe, South America, Asia and the Nordic countries. Other partnerships provide opportunities to explore over 500 academic pathways across Canada and around the world.
The Fanshawe College Alumni Association of 180,000 graduates create lasting global connections.

Scholarships & funding

International students entering a full-time post-secondary program at Fanshawe for the first time may be eligible for an International Entrance Scholarship worth CAD 500 to 2,000.
These entrance scholarships vary by region, but include opportunities for students from many countries around the world.  Students must have a valid study permit, be in their first post-secondary program at Fanshawe, and meet the requirements as specified for each scholarship:
International African Academic Excellence Entrance Award
International Caribbean Academic Excellence Entrance Award
International Degree Entrance Award
International SPP India Academic Excellence Entrance Award
International Korean Language Excellence Entrance Award
International European Language Excellence Entrance Award
International China Language Excellence Entrance Award
International Philippines Language Excellence Entrance Award
International Latin American Leadership Entrance Award
International English Language Institute Award
Vietnam Language Excellence Entrance Award
International Nepal Language Excellence Entrance Award
More detailed scholarship information…

Study abroad

Fanshawe College is a proud partner of the Canadian Bureau of International Education (CBIE). This means Fanshawe takes studying abroad seriously. And that is because the College believes strongly that international education opportunities provide valuable experience to not only help students enjoy other cultures and explore the world, but also helps to build their resume when it is time to look for a job.
Fanshawe offers semester-long international exchange opportunities in countries all around the globe including Belgium, Brazil, Ecuador, England, Ireland, Italy, Finland, France, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland and Wales. For students who do not want to spend the whole semester abroad, the College also offers month-long cultural exchanges to France, Finland, India and Japan.
Read more about study abroad programs on offer…

Study options

At Fanshawe College, there are more than 200 academic programs available, ranging from EAP (English for Academic Purposes) to certificates, diplomas, postgraduate programs and degrees.
Bachelor Degrees
Fanshawe now offers 8 honours bachelor degrees: 
Honours Bachelor of Applied Technology - Biotechnology
Honours Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)
Honours Bachelor of Commerce (Digital Marketing)
Honours Bachelor of Commerce (Human Resources Management)
Honours Bachelor of Commerce (Management)
Honours Bachelor of Early Childhood Leadership
Honours Bachelor of Environmental Design and Planning
Honours Bachelor of Interior Design
Pathway Options
Fanshawe College has credit transfer and articulation agreements with universities in Canada and around the world.  Fanshawe credits can be transferred to many other institutions.   
Co-op Programs
More than 40 co-op programs are available for students to earn while they learn.

What's new

New Student Wellness Centre
Fanshawe cares about student wellness and has built a new three-storey facility to prove it.
The Student Wellness Centre offers a comprehensive suite of wellness services and programs. The facility, made possible through a partnership between the College and the Fanshawe Student Union, has been designed to meet the diverse wellness needs of its students.
Fanshawe is student fees allow students to access the facility and its services at no additional cost.
The new 56,000 square-foot facility Includes:
Fitness spaces for cardio, strength training and group exercise
The Fowler Kennedy Sports Medicine Clinic
London is tallest climbing wall
Massage therapy
Pharmacy
Booster Juice
Nap rooms
... and more!
More about the Centre…


Average Private Rent

CAD$5,250


Average Private Rent Value

CAD$ 5.250