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TEMC's Diploma in Accounting and Business Information Administration (AIBA) is a comprehensive program designed to equip business and accounting professionals with the essential knowledge and skills required to excel in Canada's dynamic business environment.


This program combines rigorous academic instruction with practical, hands-on training to prepare business and accounting professionals for rewarding accounting and business careers in Canada. 

Our expert faculty and industry-relevant curriculum ensure that accounting professionals receive the highest quality education and training, positioning them for success in their chosen career paths.  

ABIA - Intro
ABIA - Program Details
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Open to all accounting and business professionals worldwide

Strong focus on employment outcomes

Job placement (optional part-time work) during the program

Effective pathway to employment and permanent residency in Canada

Optional CPA exam preparation module for eligible students

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Course duration:

Course delivery:

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$8,000 per year (domestic)

$14,500 per year (international)

$1,600 (book fees)

12 months

Hybrid delivery (on campus + online)


September 2023 

November 20, 2023

January, 2024


Accounting Basics I

This subject introduces the student to how accounting information is used by, and meets the needs of both internal and external users through effective and efficient communication as well as what accounting information is required by a business concern to reflect clearly the operating results of the Canadian enterprise.

Business I

This subject is designed to provide first semester students with an introduction to the Canadian business environment, business issues and functions, and the major forces at work in the global economy.

Computers & Applications I

Students are introduced to the use of computer systems including MS Windows and the following business applications: MS Word, MS PowerPoint MS Excel The student will use Windows to effectively operate a personal computer, access various computer systems, prepare word documents, create business presentations, and develop spreadsheets.

Marketing I

Marketing is an approach to business that puts the customer at the center of its activities and focuses on satisfying customer needs and wants profitably. This subject introduces the fundamentals of marketing as practiced by both for profit and not-for-profit organizations in both Canada and international markets.

Accounting Basics II

Students will expand their understanding of accounting principles and concepts while covering specific topics including: accounts receivable, capital assets, corporations' shareholders' equity, and bonds payable. Preparation of the Statements of Retained Earnings and Changes in Financial Position will also be covered. Finally, the students will expand their understanding of the role of financial statement users by studying financial statement analysis.

Microcomputers and Business Decision Making II

Technology continues to be incorporated into all business sectors in today's global economy. To compete for employment and to succeed in job roles, college graduates need to possess basic computer literacy skills. The course is taught using Microsoft Office software, e-texts and computer based training/assessment software. 

Accounting Theory II

Focus on the various theories that underpin financial accounting and reporting in Canada.

Business Law II

This module is an introduction to basic legal issues that frequently arise in Canadian business. The emphasis is on developing an ability to recognize and respond appropriately to the legal issues involved in common business transactions.

Managerial Accounting III

This module introduces the student to the basic concepts of Cost Accounting, as a tool used by the management accountant in assisting management to carry out its functions of Planning, Directing and Motivating, Controlling, and all aspects of Decision-making. 

Taxation III

This course introduces students to the basics of the Canadian income tax system as set out in the Income Tax Act and Interpretations Bulletins. The course focuses on the calculation of income for individuals from employment, business, property, and capital gains, including capital cost allowance calculations, and the calculation of taxable income and taxes payable.

Internal Auditing and Controls III

This module is an introductory course to auditing in Canada. It is designed to be applicable to both internal and external audits. The goal of the course is for the student to understand and evaluate various types of evidence supporting financial assertions, and to begin to develop a "questioning mind" with respect to the gathering of evidence. 

Project Management

This course explores advanced risk management topics, techniques, concepts and strategies. The first part covers the intricacies of risk management and insurance principles. The second part provides comprehensive application of risk management strategies within the financial services assignment. The course also examines the Canadian insurance industry within the financial landscape with a view to determining its current impact and importance.

ABIA - Admission requirement


Students must satisfy ONLY ONE of the following:

  • Secondary School Diploma OR

  • A professional (mature) applicant with 2 yrs relevant experience


Students must satisfy ONLY ONE of the following:

  • Previous qualifications delivered in English OR

  • IELTS of 5.5 (Academic)

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  1. Fill out online application form

  2. Receive conditional offer letter within 5 business days (if approved)

  3. Pay course fee deposit to secure seat (CAD $500) 

  4. Receive Letter of Acceptance within 5 business days

  5. Apply for study visa

  6. After Visa is accepted, pay agreed tuition fee (instalments accepted)


Step 1

Ensure that you have read and agree to the policies, terms and conditions outlined program handbook

Step 2

Fill out and submit our online application form below

ABIA - Applicaton Process

















Can I work while studying with TEMC?

Yes. TEMC is a Designated Learning Institution (DLI) under the International Student Program (ISP) approved by the Government of Canada. International students enrolled in our Diploma programs are eligible to work part-time up to 20 hours per week during studies, and up to 40 hours per week during academic breaks, without a work permit.

Can I bring by partner / spouse / children with me?

In the past, students have been able to bring their families. However, it should be noted that not all international students are automatically eligible to do so. In some circumstances, it may be recommended for students to come to Canada on their own and bring their families permanently when the time is right. We recommend students to consult with a licensed immigration consultant.

Where is TEMC Located?

TEMC's campus is located in North York, Ontario. A vibrant and diverse community suburb of Toronto with a wide range of cultural and recreational activities, as well as easy access to transportation, healthcare, and offers a high quality of life for its residents. The area is known for its beautiful parks and diverse neighbourhoods that offer something for everyone.

What happens if my visa gets refused?

In the event that a visa is denied, we urge all applicants to carefully review the Refusal Letter to identify the grounds for rejection and consider reapplying. It's not uncommon for students to attain visa approval on their second attempt.

Will I get a refund if my visa gets rejected?

Yes. If your visa is rejected and you decide not to pursue a resubmission, you will receive a refund of your tuition and fees. The amount refunded is determined based on the Tuition Refund Policy outlined in our student handbook.

Is your college approved for PGWP?

Although TEMC is not designated for the PGWP program, accounting and business professionals with work experience who complete this program may be eligible to stay and work in Canada under other work permit programs, such as the Temporary Foreign Worker Program, the International Mobility Program, or a Provincial Nominee Program (PNP).  Alternatively, student may chose further studies at a PGWP institution and can received credit transfer (advanced standing) towards a related qualification. Students should research and understand the eligibility criteria for various work permit programs and consult with a qualified immigration lawyer or consultant to determine their eligibility and ensure that they follow the correct application process.

When should I apply for a study visa?

You can only apply for your student visa once you have paid your required tuition fees and have received a letter of acceptance (LOA) from the college. Once you receive your LOA, you may seek the advice of a local immigration agent in your area. If you do not have an agent or cannot find one in your local area, TEMC will refer a trusted immigration agent to assist you.

Do I need health insurance to study in Canada?

Yes. As an international student in Canada, it is important that you have health insurance coverage for the duration of your course. During the visa application process, TEMC will assist you in obtaining the requisite health care to cover you while you are in Canada. The average cost for obtaining health insurance in Ontario is between $400 and $600 per year

Do you offer tuition payment instalments?

Yes. After paying your initial deposit, TEMC allows students to pay in instalments over the course of the program.  To learn more, please email - and request information regarding our instalment plans.


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