Open full-time programs:

Fanshawe College has been a leader in online learning for many years.

With full-time and part-time online program offerings, we continue to provide exceptional learning opportunities for students in a way that meets their own unique needs. Within our promise to be here for our students, many online supports and resources are available virtually to add a level of comfort and preparedness to all incoming students.


Programs which are listed as "open" may have seats available to Canadian applicants. Canadian applicants are encouraged to apply to programs listed as "open."

If eligible applicants apply to programs that are listed as "waitlisted" they will be placed on the waitlist.

International students, please check our Programs and Admission Requirements for International Students page.

Experience Fanshawe online - let's social distance, together.

We're here to meet the needs of students and parents, so you can experience everything Fanshawe has to offer without leaving your home. Explore our virtual open house from April 13 to May 31, 2020!

Book one-on-one appointments with recruiters or take part in one of their live info sessions. Some of our program faculty are even hosting live info sessions or pre-recorded content for you to view at your convenience.

Open programs for Spring/Summer 2020:

Post-secondary programs, Spring/Summer 2020

Graduate programs, Spring/Summer 2020

Open programs for Fall 2020:

Post-secondary programs, Fall 2020

Graduate programs, Fall 2020

Open programs for Winter 2021:

Post-secondary programs, Winter 2021

Graduate programs, Winter 2021

Open programs for Spring/Summer 2021:

Post-secondary programs, Spring/Summer 2021

Graduate programs, Spring/Summer 2021


Any applicant who has a question concerning the policy below or the availability of programs beyond Level 1, is advised to contact the Office of the Registrar at 519-452-4277.

The College reserves the right to cancel, at any time, a program, course, a program major or option, change the location and/or term in which a program or course is offered, or change the program curriculum as necessary to meet current competencies in the job market or for budgetary reasons, or withdraw an offer of admission both prior to and after its acceptance by an applicant or student because of insufficient applications or registrations, over-acceptance of offers of admission, budgetary constraints, or for other such reasons. In the event the College exercises such a right, the College’s sole liability will be the return of monies paid by the applicant or student to the College.

In the event a program is suspended or cancelled, Fanshawe College will provide students already enrolled in the program, the opportunity to complete the program within the normal time period. In some circumstances transfer of such students to another college may be more practical and Fanshawe College will assist these students to become enrolled in the same program offered by another college located within a reasonable distance from Fanshawe College. This is in accordance with the Ontario College of Applied Arts and Technology Policy IV.10 - ‘Program Suspension and Cancellation’.