Registration Process

HCC Registration Process

Step 1

Complete the online application form

Step 2

Submit the application form along with

  • Registration fee (non-refundable)
  • An official high school transcript
  • Any other official transcripts of marks issued by post-secondary institutions
      To be considered for acceptance, the applicant must submit all required documents listed above, as well as other Documents required for specific HCC programs. The completed application and documentation must be received by the Admission Office, on or before the specific review date.
  • Step 3

    To identify the most suitable applicants for each program, the Admission Office assesses all received applications according to the program-specific criteria.The three predominant criteria used in the selection process are:

  • Academic achievement (both high school and/or post-secondary)
  • Suitability for the field of study
  • Work experience and/or any other training related to the chosen program
  • Step 4

    If your application is accepted, you will receive a Letter of Acceptance and you will be required to remit the tuition fees, and any other applicable fees for your program(s) of choice.


    “VESTRI POSTERUS SATUS HIC” HCC is committed to inspiring students to achieve the highest standards of intellectual and personal development through a stimulating and comprehensive program. Within a caring, respectful, multicultural environment, the school is committed to instilling in each student a desire to learn, to take appropriate risks, and to accept challenges. The school community is committed to developing students who are resilient and adaptable, equipped with the knowledge, skills, and disposition to continue their education and become

    • 1Skilled.
    • 2Personally Fulfilled.
    • 3Interdependent.
    • 4Socially responsible adults.

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