Program Availability Table legend
WC: Welland Campus
NL: Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus
UCRT: Undergraduate Certificate
(1-year certificate credential)
DIPL: Undergraduate Diploma
(2-year diploma credential)
ADVP: Undergraduate Advanced Diploma
(3-year advanced diploma credential)
DEGR: Undergraduate Degree
(4-year degree credential)
GCRT: Graduate Certificate
(1-year graduate certificate credential)
Open The program is accepting applications
Closed The program is not accepting applications
Waitlisted The program is accepting applications, but all seats are currently full. You will be placed on a waitlist
Suspended The program is currently not available, but may become available in the future
Agent ID Field
- For use by registered education agents or applicants applying through registered education agents.
- For applicants not applying through registered education agents, please leave Agent ID blank.
Program availability may vary based on established agency partnerships. If you are a current student, please enter 12539 in the agency section.
Choose a start term to view the current availability
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Understanding the duration of an academic term and year
- A standard academic term is 15-weeks in length. This includes seven weeks of instruction, a one-week academic break and is followed by another seven-weeks of instruction.
- In some cases, the duration of a program’s academic term may vary based on the following conditions: a condensed program delivery and/or the inclusion of a work placement or internship. Additional variables may apply.
- A standard academic year includes two terms. For most programs starting in January and May, the first 4 terms are completed consecutively (no break term between terms 1 and 4).
- In most cases, advanced diplomas starting in January and May include a 1-term break between terms 4 and 5.
- Academic terms do not include co-op work placement terms. To view co-op work terms, if applicable, please click here and select your program of interest.
- For more information about the duration of a program, please visit the program’s information page. Click here to search for your program of choice.
Please note the program code indicated on the NC International Program Availability page must match the program code on the program’s information page as program codes may vary based on term. To explore your program’s information page, click here.
Competitive Program – In order to be considered for admission into these programs, applicants MUST apply and provide ALL required documentation on or before the Equal Consideration Date (See Below) (We can provide all three dates based on term below the definition). After this date, seats in highly competitive programs may be filled and applications to these programs may be closed.
High-Demand Program – Some programs offered by Niagara College are considered high-demand, which means that there are more qualified applicants for the program than there are seats available for the term start date.
*Niagara College reserves the right to limit program availability based on established partner agreements and availability may vary by registered education agency and/or institutional partner for specific regions.