Are you still thinking about a career in the immigration consulting industry? Act Now!

The ICCRC has notified CSIC e-Academy that it will be augmenting its requirements. Click here to view the ICCRC's proposed augmented requirements.

In addition, CSIC e-Academy is restructuring the tuition fees for the accelerated and intensive programs effective September 10th, 2018:

  • The regular program (11.5 months in duration) will remain at $760 per course
  • The accelerated program (6 months in duration) will increase from $760 to $800 per course
  • The intensive program (4 months in duration) will increase from $800 to $840 per course

If you are planning on graduating the program prior to July 1st of next year, now is the time to act! Join the program before the tuition increase and avoid delays in starting your career as an Immigration Consultant!

Contact us today to get started!

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Admissions

Tap into your passion for immigration by obtaining e-Academy's Immigration Practitioner Diploma: Laws, Policies and Procedures. Earn your diploma through a flexible learning option that accommodates your busy schedule.

In less than a year, e-Academy will provide you with essential immigration knowledge, legal research skills, a professional network and a comprehensive business plan to pass the ICCRC FSE and represent immigration clients. 

Admission is simpler than you think.

Provide proof of Canadian citizenship, permanent residence status, Status Indian registration (Canadian Indian Act)

Provide proof of education or professional experience. Every application is assessed individually, but you will have to provide ONE of the following:
 
  • Proof of 2 years post-secondary education evidenced by a transcript and/or degree/diploma or equivalent from a recognized institution
OR
 
  • 2 years related work experience evidenced by business license or letter from employer 
Prove language proficiency with submission of language test results  

Please scan and email documents to: e-academy@csic-scci.ca

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To become a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC), graduates must meet the admission requirements of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC) and pass their Full Skills Exam (FSE), which has an additional cost. For more information regarding the ICCRC and the FSE, please contact the ICCRC directly.

 

 

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