International Admissions

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Admissions

(All the seats for September 2019 are filled, we are no longer accepting application for September 2019)

We are here to assist you as you prepare your application with your proof of English language proficiency. International applicants should apply at least four months prior the program start date to ensure there is sufficient time to obtain a study permit/student visa.

Admission Requirements

  1. International applicants must be 18 years old when you submit your application.
  2. All applicants for whom English is not their first language and/or coming from countries where English is not an official language must pass Harv’s Air Service English language proficiency test.
  3. Must be able to obtain a Canadian aviation medical certificate.

How to Apply

  1. We encourage applicants to apply at least four months prior the program start date to ensure to obtain a study permit/student visa and secure a seat. If you want to start your studies in September, we recommend you apply before May 1; in January, before October 1, in April, before January 1.
  2. Application must be received before the deadline.
  3. Complete the online student application form.
  4. Ensure you pay $500 CAD non-refundable application fee after you passed your language proficiency test. We are unable to process applications that do not pay the fee.
  5. If it has been more than one year since you first applied to Harv’s Air Service, you must complete a new online application form and pay the application fee.

Accept your offer

Once we reach an admissions decision, you will receive an email with an official Letter of Acceptance (Needed for study permit/student visa application) or a notice of refusal. Please note, all letters of acceptance and receipts are emailed as PDF documents.

If your offer is expired, you’ll have to contact Harv’s Air International Admissions to find out if there are still seats available in the program. If we don’t have room in the program, ask to be placed on next term.

Apply for Study Permit/Visa

Once you receive the official LOA letter, you may apply for a student permit/student visa from the Canadian Embassy or consulate.

Some countries require a student permit and a visa.

View additional information on study permits in Canada.

Note: the application process could take between two to four months

As soon as you receive your study permit/student visa, you need to contact us immediately, remember to include your name, program, student reference number, and a copy of your study permit approval in your email. If you are experiencing delays with your study permit, it is very important to email us and let us know.

Register for Program

This is a critical step to secure your seat. You need to reserve your seat to be able to start your flight training on the term that you applied. If you don’t register your program and reserve a seat by the deadline, you may risk losing your seat for the term that you applied. If there is no seat available, you will be placed to next term. Please refer to the programs section to view your deadline.

When to Register

Program registration happens after your obtained your study permit/student visa and your first installment payment of $10,000CAD is fully paid.

How to Register

Please go to our online registration site to register your program. You will need to provide a copy of your study permit and $10,000CAD payment receipt.

How to Reserve Your Seat

Once we received your registration form, you will get an email from us to confirm your seat and start date.

If you changed your mind and deicide not to start or continue your training at Harv’s Air Service, you will get a refund of your remaining credits except $2000CAD deposit from your first installment.

If something happens, you are not able to come for the term that you applied after your seat is confirmed, you should contact Harv’s Air international admissions as soon as possible to change your start date.

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