Ashton’s Immigration Consultant Diploma is one of the most in demand across Canada. Our longstanding accreditation by ICCRC and the success stories from our alumni demonstrates the quality of our curriculum and faculty. When it comes to training Regulated Immigration Consultants, we are the experts.
The Immigration Consultant Diploma (IMCD) Program provides individuals with the academic knowledge to seek out career opportunities as practicing Immigration Consultants, as regulated by the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC). In Canada, you must meet the requirements set out by the council and become a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) before you can legally provide immigration consulting services.
Ashton IMCD alumnus Vitoria Correia started and runs her own Immigration Consulting firm.
Accredited by the ICCRC, this program allows our graduates to meet the essential requirements of becoming a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant. The Immigration Consultant Diploma (IMCD) Program is designed to equip individuals with knowledge about immigration law and policy as well as the analytic skills to apply these principles within practical settings. The knowledge acquired will prepare the graduate for taking the ICCRC Full Skills Exam.
“Because of the requirements involved in becoming a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC), I knew that I would need to complete an academic program in order to advance my career. I chose Ashton after learning about the high exam pass rate of their students. I felt like this program would teach me what I needed to know, and prepare me for the Full Skills exam.”
Celina Hui – Immigration Consultant Diploma, 2012
For more information on becoming Regulated Immigration Consultant, please visit the ICCRC website.
The Program Outline details the program structure, duration, formats and specific admissions requirements. It also gives an in-depth description of each course in the program, and details on program materials.
Tuition fees for this program are due and payable at least 30 days prior to the cohort start date. Students with guaranteed funding arrangements will be exempt from this requirement provided that they produce documentary proof at least 30 days prior to the cohort start date.
All formats of the program are eligible for Canada Student Loans, other forms of government funding, and bank financing. However students are responsible for making their own funding arrangements and are advised to contact the relevant funder well in advance of the start date to make an application.
Tuition fees for this program can be seen on our Fees webpage:
Note: Tuition fees (all formats) do not include the cost of required textbooks. Please see the “Program Materials” section below for more details.
Please note, the tuition fee for this program does not include the cost of their materials. Students are responsible for purchasing their textbooks.
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