Different Courses Available

Attention: International Students

Are you an international student? If you are interested in one of our programs, our Student Counsellors will assist you in your study permit application.

On-site IELTS testing available

We are an authorized IELTS testing venue and we run IELTS tests monthly. Call us to find out the dates of upcoming tests.

Welcome to Pures College!

Pures College of Technology (DLI# O19305393392), established in 2007, is a registered private career college under the
Private Career Colleges Act, 2005
in Ontario. We offer certificate and diploma programs in information technology and business-related subjects.

We strive to equip our students with the skills, tools and confidence for a life-time of success. We believe in providing high-quality education that makes a difference, helping students with the drive and ability to gain an advantage in an increasingly competitive marketplace.

Laid off? Looking for a new career? Second Career is an Ontario government program that helps laid-off workers with skills training for jobs in growing fields. Qualified applicants can receive financial help with tuition, books and supplies, transportation and living expenses associated with their education. The Second Career Funding Program is specifically designed to retrain individuals in occupations that are currently in demand in today’s job market, giving students the highest opportunity to achieve gainful employment upon graduation. Training programs that qualify for Second Career funding may change from time to time based on market demands.

Canada welcomes international students because of the diverse perspectives they bring to our institutions of higher learning. To study in Canada, the first step is to apply to and be accepted by a designated learning institution. Once accepted in a program of studies longer than six months, you have to apply for a study permit. As Pures College is a designated learning institution (DLI# O19305393392), we welcome applications from students around the globe.

Looking for a job, even in a favourable employment market, always requires hard work. This is particularly true for international students as they need to understand the uniqueness of the Canadian Job Market with regard to: language skills, cultural differences, recruitment practices and job search strategies. Understanding the labour market in Canada can help you identify the industries or sectors in Canada that are growing and have promising employment rates. Taking time to do your research as you plan your career can help you invest your time and resources wisely in a field that has a high employment rate and growth potential.