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Welcome to Holland College's International Office.
Students from all over the world are choosing to make Holland College their home while they pursue their educational goals.
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Prince Edward Island may be Canada's smallest province, but there's nothing small about the educational opportunities that await you here. At Holland College, we take pride in making sure that our students receive the best education in their chosen field – and the best college experience. That's why almost one third of our students come from off-Island – they like the smaller class sizes and the variety of programs. Your future starts here!
If you're interested in continuing your studies after college, Holland College has agreements in place with universities and colleges across Canada, the United States, and overseas. The college offers a variety of joint, applied degree programs, and credit transfer agreements, and 2+2 programs, which means that you can earn your diploma at Holland College and then earn your university degree in as little as two additional years. Find out more!
Residence - Your home away from home.
Glendenning Hall, an apartment-style residence in Charlottetown, opened its doors in 2006. The residence has one-, two-, and three-bedroom furnished units with kitchenettes, and common areas on each floor. Cable TV, Internet, coin laundry facilities and telephone services are available.
An international experience at state college prices!
Studying in Canada
In order to study in Canada, you will need a student visa. For students coming from the United States, simply present your letter of acceptance for Holland College and your United States passport at the Canadian Border Services Agency when you enter Canada and your student visa will be issued to you.
- Founded in 1969
- 2,400 full-time students
- One-third are students from off-Island
- 7 campuses across P.E.I.
- 100+ degree pathways with a worldwide network of partner universities
A great place to live while you learn.
Find out how you can study in our first rate education system.
Welshmen Community Band - Keep on playing!
Student musicians with high school band experience or other formal music training may join the Holland College Welshmen Community Band, where they have the opportunity to perform with follow students, instructors, and members of the Island Community. A jazz group and the pep band also welcome new members.
Whether you're just trying to stay in shape, or looking to boost your training to another level, as a student of Holland College you can use the Eye of the Hurricane Fitness Centre, where the college's varsity athletes train under the instruction of Sport and Leisure Management students. The Holland Hurricanes varsity athletic teams participate in the Canadian Colleges Athletic Association, and there are club and intramural activities for all Holland College students to participate in. More athletics information...
Holland College recently joined the Atlantic Football League, which has five teams: the UNB (Fredericton) Red Bombers, UNBSJ Seawolves, the Moncton Jr. Raiders, the Holland College Hurricanes and the Dalhousie University Tigers. This promises to be an exciting and successful season the Holland Hurricanes. Go, ‘Canes, Go!
As a publicly-funded post-secondary institution, Holland College adheres to strict regulations pertaining to the development and delivery of programs. Our ISO certification ensures that all aspects of the college, from curriculum to finance, meet rigorous quality standards. Many of our programs are nationally accredited, and our more than 100 articulation agreements, 2+2 and credit transfer agreements with universities and colleges all over the world!
For the majority of our programs, tuition ranges from $3,250 to $5,500 plus an additional $3,000 fee for international students. All full-time students registered in a Holland College program are eligible to apply for the many scholarships, bursaries and awards made possible through the generosity of the donors. All awards have application deadlines and some awards are designated for specific programs.
WE'RE CLOSER THAN YOU THINK!
Prince Edward Island and the New England states have a lot in common. We're both in the east coast of North America, our climates are very similar, as are our cultures, given our common heritage. Geographically and culturally, we're closer than you think!
If you have questions or need more information about coming to Holland College, please contact us.
Manager, International Business Development (North America)
Tel: (902) 566-9325
Secretary, International Office
Tel: (902) 566-9377