If you are interested in studying abroad, Holland College, located in Prince Edward Island, Canada, could be just right for you! Holland College is an internationally recognized leader in hands-on, skills-based training.
Located on the east coast of Canada, Prince Edward Island is the country’s smallest province – but there’s nothing small about the educational opportunities that await you here. Students from all over the world are choosing to make Holland College their home while they pursue their educational goals. We hope you do, too!
Holland College offers more than 65 programs on five main campuses and centres across the province.
Many of our international students choose to stay in Prince Edward Island over the summer, when there are plenty of jobs. And our graduates are finding jobs, too!
Our tuition is less expensive than many U.S. and international schools, and 18 of our programs are approved by the U.S. Department of Education for the processing of the Title IV William D. Ford Federal Direct Loans.
We have over 150 degree pathway agreements in place with universities and colleges across Canada and the U.S., and around the world. This means you can earn your diploma here and then earn your university degree in as little as two additional years. Find out more about the degree pathways for each program in the program pages.
We are a publicly funded post-secondary institution with ISO 9001:2015 certification, and many of our programs are nationally accredited.
Once you have applied to Holland College and received your conditional letter of acceptance by email, your next step is to apply for your study permit online. To do this, visit the Citizenship and Immigration Canada website.
Holland College’s Designated Institution Number is O19220082122.
You must present a copy of your study permit to the Admissions Office when you arrive for school.
Under the terms of the study permit, you will be allowed to work 20 hours per week while you are in school and 40 hours per week during extended breaks such as the Christmas break, over the summer, and spring break.
Tuition and fees vary according to program. You will find the breakdown of costs listed on each program page.
In addition to the tuition and fees listed on the program pages, students who are not Canadian citizens or permanent residents must pay the following fees:
As well as planning for the cost of accommodations, you should budget approximately $300 per month for groceries and $100 per month for other expenses, such as laundry, personal care items, etc.
You may also want to make sure you have enough money to travel home if you choose to do so during extended beaks.
Find out how we can help you financially!
Holland College offers a variety of entrance and enrolled student awards.
Apply for our International Student Entrance Bursary.