International Student Program (ISP)

As of June 1st, 2014, NACPT became a Designated Learning Institute by Canadian government (CIC) for recruiting International Student.

Who Can Apply?

Science/Engineering/Healthcare graduates/professionals from any country. Our recent students came from USA, UK, Dubai, Iran, China, India and etc.

Admission Requirements for International Students

Checklist: Documents Required to Process Application

☑ Complete student contract form (contact NACPT)

☑ Certified copies of student’s transcripts and degree/diploma translated in English

☑ Student’s profile – educational background, experience and career goals (Profile must be attached along with the application form)

☑ Administration fee of CAN $ 450 (Refer to the payment methods)

☑  TOEFL or IELTS score: English Proficiency requirements are as follows for consideration: Minimum TOEFL score of 550 (paper based) or 213 (computer based) or 80 (internet based), OR IELTS with an overall minimum score of 6.0 (no single test score below 5.0), OR CAEL (Canadian Academic English Language Assessment) with an overall band score of 60.

Complete the student contract form (the form can be found downloadable from our website or it can be picked-up directly at the college) and send the completed forms to:

Admission and Processing Department
North American College of Pharmaceutical Technology (NACPT)
5310 Finch Avenue East, Unit#9
Scarborough, ON, M1S 5E8, Canada.

Payment Methods: Payments can be made in certified cheques or money order as payable to “North American College of Pharmaceutical Technology”, Master Card, Visa Card or Debit Card. Tuition fees must be paid directly to the college. Payment can not be paid through student consultants. Please contact NACPT, if you have any questions. Refer to the attached invoice for the tuition fee requirement.
Note: Any fee associated with enrolment process cannot be paid as cash. Administration fee is non- refundable. Upon receiving all the required documents along with the administrative fee by NACPT, our college will inform the decision of admission to the students as quickly as possible.
For the current information on tuition and related program fees, please contact us at (416) 412-7374 or
Note: The Diploma/Postgraduate Diploma Programs are revolving; applications are accepted for admissions throughout the year at any time.


Information for International Student

As a multi-cultural city of the world, Toronto gives you great exposure to diversified ethnic groups. It has a wide variety of food and fashion available that are well received by Torontonians. Hence, these benefit international students as you get the opportunity to broaden your horizons about other cultures and communities all around the world within the Greater Toronto Area. Moreover, ethnic foods of all sorts are readily available, at all times, ensuring the food from back home is not missed. Throughout the year, many different cultural activities take place, which would surely entertain the students, as participants and/ or audience member, during their stay here.
There are a plenty of residency options in Toronto. Students can rent furnished or non-furnished basement apartments/building apartments, with or without food accommodations. There are many buildings and basement apartments available within walking distance to NACPT, which students may pursue.
Toronto has an easily accessible transportation system which gives 24 hour public transit with frequent services in many parts of the city. Monthly passes can be used for one to travel anytime and anywhere within Toronto as desired.
There are many subways close to NACPT within 30 minutes of travelling. Most importantly, NACPT is accessible by public transit as it lies within a minute walking distance from the main bus stop. The bus stop near NACPT provides 24 hour bus service, with buses stopping every two minutes.
In Toronto, students must be prepared to wear the right seasonal attires, i.e. warm clothing during the winter season, and very light clothing during the summer. During winter months, the average temperature hovers just slightly below freezing, with the exception of January, which is deemed to be the coldest month. Snowfall of more than 10 cm is rare. Spring and summer temperatures range from 15 °C to 25°C.
Easy Access to Non-Emergency City Services and Information
To the advantages of the residents of Toronto, the City of Toronto has launched 311 Toronto. Dialling 311 provides residents, businesses and visitors with easy access to non- emergency City services, programs and information 24 hours a day, seven days a week. With one call to 311, customer service representatives will be able to answer any queries and provide the necessary information, as well as to take service requests and resolve majority of the inquiries without a call transfer.