- Once the payment has been received, the Admissions Department issues the official Letter of Acceptance (LOA). The amount paid will be indicated on the LOA. An official receipt will also be issued.
- The LOA affirms that the student has secured a place in the study period designated.
- If required, the student can use the LOA provided as part of the application for the Canadian study permit. Please note: as a high school operating under the authority of the Ontario Ministry of Education, Braemar College does not have a DLI number (DLI=Designated Learning Institution). On the study permit application this field may be left blank.
Students under 18 who require custodianship services through Braemar College should also submit the signed Custodianship form for notarization. Please note: these custodianships will only be provided if the student is staying in a Braemar College homestay.