An Internationally Educated Applicant is an individual who has graduated from a Master’s degree program (or equivalent) in Audiology or Speech-Language Pathology outside of Canada. Canadian graduates who have graduated from a non-accredited educational program will also be assessed as an Internationally Educated Applicant.
Internationally educated applicants may be eligible to apply for registration with CASLPM as a Provisional or Full Regulated Registrant. Applicants must have their credentials assessed by CASLPM to determine if their educational program meets the equivalency requirements of the Canadian accredited programs.
For more information, including registration requirements, the application process, and possible assessment outcomes, please consult the Application Guide for Internationally Educated Applicants.
To begin the registration process with the College: apply here
Note: An assessment fee applies for all internationally educated applicants.