What is the fee structure of the police foundation course in Conestoga College Kitchener and is their offer acceptance rate high?

Asked by Komalpreet Singh Brar 12 months ago

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Ankur Chaudhary

Ankur Chaudhary

Following my Passion | Undergrad Student at SRM University , Batch '21

Conestoga College Kitchener does have a really good Police Foundations (PF) program that is a two-year integrated learning course. Many organizations put this college under top 100 Canadian universities  and often under top 50. I would say it's a pretty good college and you can definitely target it.

Regarding its fee structure, the tuition of this program is CA$ 13,750 (around 8.2 lakhs). There is also an Ancillary fee that you have to pay along with the tuition fee. The ancillary fee is CA$ 2,819.54 exactly (around 1.7 lakhs). Thus it makes the total fee of CA$ 16,569.54 (around 10 lakhs) total. This fee structure is for both terms rich means that this fee structure here is your total fee. A nice Police Foundation program from a nice college in Canada for 10 lakhs, I would say it's a pretty good deal.

Around 42% of the students in this college are international students. This may not be a solid number of figures to let you know your chances, but you have to agree it's still pretty great. Having a large international student body means the university must accept enough admission letters that lead to this amount. There is no specific acceptance rate mentioned for the college on any official source. But we can assume that the acceptance rate would be high considering there are 7000 international students (42%) enrolled in the college in total.


The college is good with a reputation spread all over the country. If you didn’t know this already, around 95% of graduates from Conestoga College Kitchener find employment within six months of graduation from the university. This data is from 2018-2020. You got a solid success rate here. Let me know if you want any help with this. You can also get in touch with study abroad experts here for free. They can guide you and answer any questions you have.


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