#1: How do you qualify, we can help.
Criteria for admission into any Diploma or Advanced Certificate program includes:
- Attending the initial interview and receiving a positive recommendation of an admissions representative from our Student Services department.
- Having a fair understanding of the English language. Proof, beyond the interview process, may be required.
- Prospective students must be Grade 12 graduates, or equivalent, or have Mature Student status (18 years of age with at least one year out of high school) and subject to the discretion of the College Director. Mature Students and those who cannot supply proof of Grade 12 graduation, will be required to complete an Entrance Examination to properly assess their readiness to participate in their chosen career program.
Students need to be able to work with an individualized learning system. Foreign students who are not Canadian Citizens or permanent residents and are interested in any program of study greater than six months, must obtain a Study Permit with their Visitor Visa from Citizenship and Immigration Canada. Applicants must read and certify that they have received and read a copy of the College’s Student Handbook, any updates and inserts as well as the Enrolment Contract. Some programs may also have additional entrance requirements or prerequisite courses.
#2: Choose a program that is right for you, we can help.
Start by viewing the different programs we have available Help me choose a program and their associated KPI’s. Then, set up an appointment to meet with an Admissions Representative from our Student Services office to discuss the details and have a credit for prior learning assessment done at the same time.
#3: Financing your education, we can help.
There are many options available to you. If you are driven to improve your life through career education, you will find the financial means to make it happen with our help. Check out my financing options.