- Students can enroll in their course at any time from any part of the world.
- Students can start their course at any time of the year.
- CI learning is dedicated to giving the world best class Ontario Education system to our students.
- Students can finish their course as early as in four weeks or a maximum of 12 months.
- We have dedicated Ontario certified teachers who are passionate to give best quality education to our students.
- Students can access their course 24/7, all year around.
- After completing the course CI learning will send student’s marks directly to the Ontario Universities Application Centre (OUAC), Ontario Colleges Application Centre (OCAS) or to the concerned Day School.
COURSES WE OFFER
Types of courses CI learning offers
In Ontario, a full credit course is 110 hours in length. The principal may grant credits when a student completes all 110 hours of a credit course, on behalf of the Ontario Ministry of Education.
Classification of Courses for Grades 9 & 10
- Academic courses
- Applied courses
- Open courses
- Locally Developed Courses
Classification of Courses for Grades 11 & 12
In accordance with the Ontario Ministry of Education guidelines, Canadian International Learning offers three types of grade 11 & 12 courses:
- University preparation courses
- College preparation courses
- College/University preparation courses
Prerequisite Course Requirements
Substitution Policy for Compulsory Credit Requirements
The range of courses that may be used through substitution to meet a compulsory credit requirement is extended to include courses from the guidance and career education curriculum. A maximum of one credit earned for a learning strategies course may be used through substitution to meet a compulsory credit requirement. Credits earned for cooperative education courses may not be used through substitution to meet compulsory credit requirements. A limit of three substitutions remains in effect. Two half credits may still be used through substitution to meet one compulsory credit requirement (counted as one substitution); one full-credit course may still be substituted for two half-credit courses to meet a compulsory credit requirement (also counted as one substitution).