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Register For An Online Information Session

Online information sessions are held each month at either 5am or 7am Pacific Standard Time.  These sessions are live, and they provide interested applicants the opportunity to learn more and to speak directly with an OMNI team member at the end of each session. Register above.

If you are not able to join us during these sessions, you can also schedule a one-on-one appointment with an OMNI Student Success Advisor or Overseas Coordinator.  Contact us directly at [email protected] to set up a suitable time.

Admissions Policy

1. OMNI College students must meet the minimum admission requirements. Neither the institution nor the student can waive the requirements.

2. International students must meet Canadian immigration entry requirements. OMNI College’s Designated Learning Institution number is O19347439002. Once accepted into an OMNI College program, international students can include this number in their study permit application.

3. International students are required to show proof of medical insurance (if you do not have medical insurance, you can purchase it through OMNI College).

Application Process

Step 1: See If You Qualify and gain access to online information videos. These information videos will provide you with the all the information you need to decide whether the programs at OMNI are the right fit for you.

Step 2: Submit your completed enrolment application form, application fee, and the required supporting documents to your application (ie. proof of English scores, RN registration, etc.).

Step 3: Complete an interview during an admissions appointment with an OMNI Advisor, and get answers to any last remaining questions you may have. Upon completion of your admissions appointment you will receive a conditional Letter of Acceptance (cLOA) detailing the total required fees due.

Step 4: Once payment of the required fees due is confirmed by OMNI College, you will receive your official Letter of Acceptance (LOA). Required fees must be paid no later than 30 days prior to the start of your program.

Upcoming Start Dates

Subject to availability. The College reserves the right to adjust start dates if necessary. 

Canadian Nursing Review for Internationally-Educated Nurses
February 5, 2024; June 2024; October 2024
Canadian Nursing Review – PR
February 5, 2024; June 2024; October 2024
CELBAN Test Preparation course

* due to high demand for the program and expected delays in processing times for student visa applications to Canada, please contact a student advisor if you have any questions about enrolling for our upcoming intakes.

Fee Payment Methods

Application Fees (online payment):

Payments can also be made by one of the following methods.

Wire Transfer to:

Bank: TD Canada Trust, 511 West 41st Avenue, Vancouver, BC, V5Z 2M7, CANADA


Beneficiary: OMNI College

Account Number (when sending Canadian dollars): 00340-004-5226245 ($CAD) *NOTE: please contact an advisor if you wish to pay in USD

Bank Draft / Certified Cheque mailed to: OMNI College, 3130-8788 McKim Way, Richmond, BC, V6X 4E2, CANADA

Cash: Cash payments can be paid in person up to a maximum of $2,500 CAD.

Online through PayPal / Credit Card: A service charge of 3% per transaction will apply.


Below are just a few of the important policies of OMNI College.  Each of the College’s policies was created to ensure that all students are properly informed of their rights, and of the policies and procedures of the College.  Students enrolling in our programs also receive a complete Policies booklet that layout all of the College’s policies and procedures, prior to enrolment.  View our complete: policies booklet here. 

Withdrawal/Refund Policy

Refunds are issued in accordance with the Tuition and Refund Policy set out by the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of British Columbia and are issued within 30 days of the date the written withdrawal/refund request is received.

Student Statement of Rights

OMNI College is certified with the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the British Columbia Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Training.

Before you enrol at a certified private training institution, you should be aware of your rights and responsibilities.

You have the right to be treated fairly and respectfully by the institution.

You have the right to a student enrolment contract that includes the following information:

  • amount of tuition and any additional fee for your program
  • refund policy
  • if your program includes a work experience, the requirements to participate in the work experience and the geographic area where it will be provided
  • whether the program was approved by PTIB or does not require approval.

Make sure you read the contract before signing.  The institution must provide you with a signed copy.  

 You have the right to access the institution’s dispute resolution process and to be protected against retaliation for making a complaint.

 You have the right to make a claim to PTIB for a tuition refund if:

  •  your institution ceased to hold a certificate before you completed an approved program
  • you were misled about a significant aspect of your approved program.

You must file the claim within one year of completing, being dismissed or withdrawing from your program.

For more information about PTIB and how to be an informed student, go to:

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