Application & Admissions

Learn How to Apply

Discovering how to apply to our program is easy and straightforward. We've streamlined our admissions process to ensure a seamless experience for applicants.

How to Apply

Step 1: Choose a program

Discover our programs and choose a program you are passionate about. Make sure you have a good understanding of the program and its career possibilities. We encourage you to choose a program you will enjoy and can be successful in, as it is very unlikely you could transfer programs after you arrive.

Explore Programs
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Step 2: Review the program admission requirements and application deadlines

Please review all of the program's academic requirements and English Language requirements before you apply. Submit your application online through the application portal before the published deadline.

Application Portal
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Step 3: The Admission Team will review your application

Once we receive the application through the online portal, your application will be reviewed by the admissions team. A decision will be emailed to you in approximately 5-10 business days.

Step 4: Receive an Offer of Admission

If you meet all the requirements and there is an available seat in the next intake date of the program, the admission team will send you an Offer of Admission for the program that you applied to. If you meet all the requirements but there currently isn’t a seat available, you will be placed on a waitlist. Please read the information about waitlists at the bottom of this page.

Step 5: Pay your Tuition Deposit

After you receive the offer of admission, to accept the seat, you will need to pay the non-refundable tuition deposit noted in your offer of admission by the deadline prior to receiving your Letter of Acceptance.

Step 6: Receive your Letter of Acceptance

Once we receive the tuition deposit we will send you the Letter of Acceptance within 10 business days.

Step 7: Apply for a PAL and then study Permit

Use your Letter of Acceptance as proof t You are responsible for ensuring your study permit is valid at all times.

Study Permit Application
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Step 8: Provide official documentation to Robertson for final verification

All documentation used to support your admission into the program, such as secondary (high school) and/or post-secondary transcripts, must be provided to the Office of the Registrar eight weeks prior to the start date of the program in one of the following methods:

Option 1:
Documents mailed from the issuing institution directly to Robertson. Official documents must be final and sent directly from the issuing institution to the correct campus.

  • In Winnipeg - 180 Main St. Winnipeg, MB R3C 1A6
  • In Calgary - 100-2912 Memorial Dr. Calgary, AB T2A 6R1
  • In Edmonton - 10010 100 St. NW Edmonton, AB T5J 0N3

Option 2:
Bring an official transcript with you to Robertson in an envelope sealed by the issuing Institution. Transcripts received in any other format will not be accepted as official.

Option 3:
Issuing institutions can email official transcripts directly to Robertson Global:

A note about our waitlist

If there are more qualified applicants than the program capacity, you may be put on a waitlist.

  • If a seat becomes available, we offer the seat to waitlisted applicants in order of the date they applied.
  • If a seat does not become available for your program, you will be given the opportunity to have your application moved forward to the next program intake date unless you cancel your application.

Admission & English Language Proficiency Requirements

Accounting & Payroll Administrator
Winnipeg

Program Admission Requirements

  • Canadian high school diploma or equivalent, verified by transcript
  • A minimum 70% average grade in Grade 12 Math or successful completion of Accuplacer Math Placement test with a minimum score of 245
  • If English is not a student's primary language, proof of English proficiency demonstrated by achieving a Canadian Language Benchmark level of 7 or equivalent as outlined in Robertson's English Language Policy
  • Students will be required to obtain a laptop for completing course requirements

English Language Requirements

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Accounting Technician
Calgary & Edmonton

Program Admission Requirements

  • Grade 12 graduation or equivalent
  • Consumer/Essential Mathematics 40S or equivalent
  • International students with credentials from India are eligible with completion of Grade 10 Mathematics (as part of Indian curriculum)
  • Students will be required to obtain a laptop for completing course requirements

English Language Requirements

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Early Childhood Educator
Winnipeg

Program Admission Requirements

  • Grade 12 graduation or equivalent, verified by transcript
  • English 40G/40S or equivalent with a minimum grade of 60%
  • Current criminal record vulnerable sector check
  • Current child abuse registry check
  • Students will be required to obtain a laptop for completing course requirements

English Language Requirements

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Intensive Academic English - Newtone School of Language
Winnipeg

Program Admission Requirements

Details coming soon!

English Language Requirements

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Logistics & Supply Chain Management
Winnipeg

Program Admission Requirements

  • Grade 12 graduation or equivalent, verified by transcript
  • If English is not a student’s primary language,
    proof of English proficiency demonstrated by
    achieving a Canadian Language Benchmark level of
    7 or equivalent as outlined in Robertson’s English
    Language Policy
  • Students will be required to obtain a laptop for
    completing course requirements.

English Language Requirements

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Upcoming Start Dates

We have multiple program start dates throughout the year.  Find out the dates and status of our upcoming program intakes below.

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