Applicants with previous postsecondary education will be assessed for transfer credit upon receipt of an official transcript from the previous institution. Niagara College does not charge a fee for this service. Credits are considered on a course-by-course basis and will be granted where deemed equivalent in content and learning objectives to corresponding Niagara College courses. In some instances, course outlines must be in English. Translated course outlines will need to be provided and a translator’s note may be requested. For more information, please email [email protected].

Official educational documents are required in order to be considered for admission. Official translations of transcripts and/or proof of graduation must bear the seal or stamp of the notary/official translator.
Please Note

NEW! – Visit our new Pathways website to easily browse pathways (articulation agreements, degree transfer) for NC graduates to other colleges and universities.

Or, visit It is a service provided by the Ontario Council on Articulation and Transfer (ONCAT) to connect current and prospective students to transfer opportunities.

If you are already a Niagara College student that wishes to switch to a different program, please speak to your program area’s International Student Advisor (ISA). Your Academic Advisor can can help you determine what academic path you should take.

Niagara College believes that many people acquire college-level learning and skills through various learning situations such as: work experience, community work, non-credit courses, self-directed study, travel and military service. Candidates who can show that they have achieved the learning outcomes of a specific course may be granted Niagara College credits based on an assessment of their prior learning. For information visit: Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition.