Our focus remains the health and safety of our students, colleagues, and wider communities.
CultureWorks students and employees are working and studying remotely. 100% of students last term said they would be likely or very likely to recommend this experience to friends or family. No students or staff are currently working on campus. We will continue to evaluate the safety of a return to campus as the situation evolves.
Please note that at this time, all CultureWorks university and college partners plan to deliver their Winter 2021 terms online, even for students in Canada.
In addition to following campus guidelines, we remain attuned to regular updates and guidelines from the Middlesex London Health Unit https://www.healthunit.com/ and Ottawa Public Health https://www.ottawapublichealth.ca/en/index.aspx regarding protocols for staff and students.
Students should ensure their destination institution is on Immigration Refugees Citizenship Canada’s approved list for re-opening before booking travel to Canada: https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/coronavirus-covid19/students/approved-dli.html
If your institution is not on the list, you may be denied boarding for your flight. Family members may not travel to Canada before you do.
Students must have a valid study permit or approval for a study permit. They must be enrolled in the current term, or arriving shortly before the start of an upcoming term.
COVID-19 travel restrictions still apply. These are subject to change from time to time. Students must be informed and able to demonstrate that they meet all current requirements for travel to Canada, including being prepared for a 14-day quarantine period. Students who wish to travel to Canada should note that, even if they fall under the guidelines provided on the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada website, this does not guarantee entry to Canada. A final decision will be made by an officer of the Canada Border Services Agency.