WHY CHOOSING LA SALLE COLLEGE?
- La Salle College located in the LaSalle borough of Montreal.
- Mr. Jean-Paul Morin is the founder of the College.
- This Canadian entrepreneur’s mission is to create job opportunities for the Quebec population by providing education that is in line with job market demands.
- In response to the growing demand in administrative labour at the time, the College offers its first program in secretarial training.
- La Salle College offers an edifying education in an inclusive environment that allows its students to obtain their desired diploma, as well as acquire and develop the following:
- Oral and written abilities in English and French.
- The ability to master new industry-related information technologies.
- Competencies that facilitate professional mobility.
- Management skills applicable in the current context of market globalisation and instant communications.
- The ability to work with a multidisciplinary team.
- Leadership and entrepreneurship.
- An attitude that reflects a responsible citizen, respect for others, and rigour in all circumstances.
- An inherent value for continuing education.
- An awareness of responsible habits that promote good health for one’s self and for others.
- A natural impulse to protect the environment and advocate for sustainable development.
La Salle College: the international reference in post-secondary education
Training beyond compare
- Programs offered in French and English with the option to alternate some of your classes to a second language.
- Practical educational projects that reflect professional realities and lead to internationally-recognized diplomas.
- The most flexible of Quebec’s colleges, allowing for accelerated studies.
- Enthusiastic, devoted teachers with solid background in the work force.
- Combination work/study programs.
- Opportunities for students to participate in regional, national and international contests.
- Internships with the most innovative companies.
- A general education – in all programs – encouraging environmentally conscious practices.
- Integration of entrepreneurial concepts in all programs. A unique environment our backyard: downtown Montreal. State-of-the-art equipment our norms: those of the market!
- Financial aid
- Orientation and integration semester
- Psychological assistance
- Documentation centre
- Online, all the time!
- Orientation services
- Placement services
- Housing and greeting at the airport
- Computer lab
- Learn in French or English
- Success plan
- Recognition mention
- International School of Fashion, Arts and Design
- International School of Hotel Management & Tourism
- International School of Business and Technologies
- School of Humanities and Social Sciences
We have three types of accommodation to offer:
- LaSalle College apartments
- Host families
- Student residences
WHY CHOOSING UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK.
The province of New Brunswick is located on Canada’s East Coast, just north of the American border.
UNB is the province’s largest public University.
UNB consistently rank among Canada’s top 10 comprehensive universities
UNB is one of Canada’s oldest English-speaking universities with more than 80 degree programs across two campuses –Fredericton & Saint John located on Canada’s beautiful East Coast.
Both campuses are an hour’s flight from Toronto and Montreal. Both campuses are within a day’s drive from New York City, Boston, Toronto and Montreal.
At UNB on the east coast, the air is clean, there is no traffic, and students enjoy plenty of opportunities to get involved – in the classroom, in the community, and in the great outdoors.
Depending on your program of choice, you can choose between two beautiful, distinctly different campuses. The Fredericton campus is located in New Brunswick’s capital city, while the Saint John campus is located in the province’s largest city. Fredericton and Saint John are both safe, clean environments in which to study, work and play.
Saint John Campus
Saint John is New Brunswick’s largest centre and is located on the renowned Bay of Fundy, home of the world’s highest tides and one of the marine wonders of the world.
The Saint John campus is a cozy, tight knit community.
The Saint John campus is surrounded by acres of land overlooking the Kennebecasis River, which makes for beautiful scenery and the chance to enjoy the outdoors. Combined with the university’s athletic facilities, this allows for the opportunity to live a healthy, active lifestyle.
Library services, a cafeteria, a health clinic, a tournament gymnasium, fitness centre, the Canada Games Stadium, competitive and recreational sports and multiple student clubs and societies.
Fredericton is New Brunswick’s political capital and is nestled along the banks of the beautiful st.John River.
Fredericton offers all the resources of a big city, but with a friendly hometown feeling.
The UNB Fredericton campus is a ten minute walk from the charming downtown core, where students can enjoy bookstores, boutiques, and many restaurants and cafes.
Fredericton also offers a lively artistic scene, including theatre, art galleries, and musical performances.
Fredericton campus has fun events going on at any given time and a great mix of people from all different backgrounds and mindsets.
In many ways, campus is its own self-contained community. All of the amenities you could need are on site, including a bank, a bookstore, restaurants, a convenience store, three bars, a clothing store, a jewelry store and salon.
Facilities at Fredericton Campus: three libraries; several food service options; extensive student services; a health clinic; the currie Center, a state-of-the-art health facility; swimming and skating facilities; varsity and recreational sport; and multiple student clubs and societies.
Most of UNB’s programs contain a practical experimental component to them, such as an internship, Co-op, or field placement.
Students have the opportunity to earn money, receive academic credit, apply knowledge and skills learned in a classroom and gain valuable workplace experience.
At UNB internships are being paid.
Exchange programs are also available at UNB.
International students can work on or off campus for up to 20 hours per week while they are registered as full-time students. (Students must first complete 6 months of study and then apply for an open work permit).
INTERNATIONAL UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT FEES
Estimated full-time undergraduate tuition and fees
Fredericton Saint John
Tuition $6,496 – Rs 175 392 $6,496 – Rs 175 392
Technology Fee $53 – Rs 1431 $53– Rs 1431
Facilities Improvement Fee $189 – Rs 5103 $189 – Rs 5103
Health Insurance (Fredericton | Saint John)
$142 – Rs 3834 $142 – Rs 3834
Dental Insurance (Fredericton | Saint John)
$118 – Rs 3186 $118 – Rs 3186
Installment Fee $30 – Rs 810 $30– Rs 810
Health Fee $53 – Rs 1431 $53– Rs 1431
Facility Access Fee $161 – Rs 4347 $0
Student Union $115 – Rs 3105 $140 – Rs 3 780
Student Union Bursary $10 – Rs 270 $0
First-year Orientation $65 – Rs 1755 $40 – Rs 1080
CHSR/CRSJ Fee $15 – Rs 405 $25 – Rs 675
Brunswickan/Baron Fee $13 – Rs 351 $20 – Rs 540
Total cost $7,460 – Rs 201420 $7,306 – Rs 197 262
Fredericton Saint John
International Differential Fee $8,500 – Rs 229500 $8,500 – Rs 229500
International Health Insurance* $966 – Rs 26082 $966– Rs 26082
Software, Geological & Forest Engineering Students $675 – Rs 18225 $675 – Rs 18225
Engineering Program Fee (all other full-time engineering students) $1,350 – Rs 36450 $1,350 – Rs 36450
Faculty of Law $3,833 – Rs 103491 –
Education Practicum Fee $500 – Rs 13500 –
BBA Program Fee $200 – Rs 5400 –
Scholarships, Bursaries & Prizes
The University of New Brunswick recognizes that the rising cost of education puts students in a tough financial position
That’s why they strive to keep tuition costs as low as possible and provide scholarships, bursaries and prizes to UNB students.
No additional forms are required. International students coming directly from high school who have an admission average of 80% of higher will automatically be considered for scholarship support.
Brock University is a public research university located in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada
- Our rigorous undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs include experiential learning opportunities and one of Canada’s largest co-op programs.
- Our cross-disciplinary and interdisciplinary programs offer multi-faceted degrees that help students build careers and get jobs.
- Brock has a park-like setting atop the Niagara Escarpment in Ontario’s Niagara peninsula. Brock’s campus is part of a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.
- When students from across our seven faculties gave their ratings to the Globe and Mail Canadian University Report, Brock was one of Canada’s top medium-size institutions in terms of quality of education, quality of teaching and most satisfied students.
- With 18,000 students and nearly 600 faculty, we’re small enough to be intimate, big enough to be world-class and in demand among international students.
- Brock provides opportunities for social and academic growth that don’t exist at larger universities, like access to professors. Our emphasis on moderate class sizes in seminar settings makes more students full participants in the learning experience.
LIVING IN NIAGARA
- The Niagara Region is home to Brock University and its 18,000 full and part-time students.
- St. Catharines is located in the heart of the region and is a safe and welcoming city and enjoys one of the warmest climates in Canada.
- Our location allows for a short drive to Toronto, Niagara Falls and Buffalo, New York.
- We welcome you to be part of our international student body composed of 1,600 students from 80 countries worldwide.
- The office of Career Services has developed unique programs that enhance your program of study. Visit brocku.ca/career-services/students-alumni/plus-programs for more information.
- WORKING ON/OFF CAMPUS – Finding part time work on/off campus is a great way for you to get experience, develop skills for a future career, and of course, make money while studying at Brock. To find out more information, please visit brocku.ca/career-services
- The Faith and Life Centre provides opportunities for friendships, education, spiritual counseling, and personal growth.
- Every student’s health and well-being is a priority at Brock. We employ 14 doctors and 8 nurses to manage students’ medical and health needs. Services include annual health exams (physicals), allergy injections and referrals to specialists.
- Student Life & Community Experience (SLCE) provides opportunities for all members of the Brock community to be active and engaged at Brock and within its surrounding communities. SLCE offer programs and services that support service-learning, civic engagement, volunteerism, and leadership development.
- International students have three accommodation options to choose from at Brock University.
- ON-CAMPUS RESIDENCE – Two Styles of Residence
- Traditional style residences have single and double rooms grouped into communities of ‘houses’ or ‘halls’, and students eat their meals in a dining hall.
- Townhouse style of residence offers the convenience of living on-campus with a more independent lifestyle. Students have the option of cooking their own meals, or purchasing an optional meal plan.
- OFF CAMPUS LIVING – Brock University’s Off-Campus Living office offers year-round housing information to students, landlords, and residents in the Niagara region. The office provides resources regarding a variety of off-campus housing topics, such as finding accommodations, landlord/tenant issues, neighbourhood relations, community outreach, and much more. Please visit brocku.ca/ocl for more information.
- HOMESTAY PROGRAM – Our Homestay Program provides students with the opportunity to live with a Canadian family while studying at Brock. This is a great opportunity to practice your English, as well as learn about Canadian culture! For more information about Homestay, please visit brocku.ca/esl-services/accommodation/homestay-students
FACULTIES AT BROCK UNIVERSITY
- Faculty of Applied Health Sciences
- Faculty of Education
- Faculty of Humanities
- Faculty of Mathematics & Science
- Faculty of Social Sciences
- Faculty of Graduate Studies
- Goodman School of Business
- All Programs – Visa (International) FALL 2014-SP/SU 2014 less $2.80 per credit)
- Arts or Sciences – $19,938.50
- Business or Computer Science – $20,824.10
- Co-op education offers undergraduate students an opportunity to combine academics with valuable work experience.
- The Faculty of Business at Brock has one of the most extensive co-op offerings in Ontario. The Accounting Co-op program, one of the first in the province, has been in existence for over 20 years.
- Brock’s Co-op programs consistently offer 100% placement – representing the highest placement rate of all Ontario Universities.
- At the graduate level, degrees are offered in several arts and sciences disciplines.
- In addition, Concordia Lutheran Theological Seminary (an institution of the Lutheran Church – Canada) is affiliated with the university and offers a four-year Master of Divinity.
- Its location in the Niagara Peninsula puts Brock at the centre of cool-climate grape and wine research. It carries the distinction of being the only university in Canada to offer an Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Oenology and Viticulture – see the Cool Climate Oenology and Viticulture Institute.
- The very honorable Bachelor of Accountancy Co-op is known as one of the best accounting related programs in the nation of Canada. Recently having its acceptance averages raised to mid 80s – 90s.
WHY ALGONQUIN COLLEGE?
Algonquin is a big college that proudly nurtures a friendly, small-college atmosphere.
Located in the National Capital Region and the beautiful Ottawa Valley
Campuses in Ottawa, Perth and Pembroke.
One of the largest colleges in Canada.
Located in OTTAWA, Canada’s capital city.
Public postsecondary school established in 1967.
4th largest college in Canada with 18,000 full-time students.
175+ bachelor degrees, postgraduate and diploma programs (1, 2, 3 years).
More than 100 multimedia classrooms and conference rooms.
Co-operative education, fieldwork, team projects and lab work.
89% employment rate for graduates.
International students from more than 100 countries.
Safe, multicultural city.
Fourth largest metropolitan area in Canada.
Vibrate and growing community with an exceptional quality of life and a strong economy.
Close to other large metropolitan cities such as Montreal, Toronto, and New York.
Key industries in advanced technology, health, hospitality, research and development.
FACILITIES AT ALGONQUIN COLLEGE
Algonquin provides a safe, supportive and vibrant learning environment with all the services and facilities you need to be successful.
Sports facilities, clubs & social activities
Accessible and efficient public transit right on campus
Full-service, on-campus health facilities
Counselors & academic advisors
Student lounges, cafeterias & cafes
Silent study rooms
Library and 24/7 computer labs
Wireless campus with a Mobile Learning Centre
PROGRAMS AT ALGONQUIN COLLEGE
School of Advanced Technology
School of Business
School of Health and Community Studies
School of Hospitality and Tourism
Police and Public Safety Institute
School of Media and Design
Algonquin Centre for Construction Excellence
Algonquin College Heritage Institute (Perth Campus)
Algonquin College in the OTTAWA Valley (Pembroke Campus)
General Arts and Sciences
Application fee – $95.00 / Rs 2565
Academic tuition – $12,950-$16,000 – Rs 349 650 / 432 000
Student residence – $ 7,210.00 / Rs 194 670
Refundable damage deposit – $ 500.00 / Rs 13 500
Meal-plan (mandatory) – $ 2,000.00 / Rs 54 000
Airport pickup – $ 95.00 / Rs 2565
SCHOLARSHIPS AND BURSARIES
There are 16 X $3000 Entrance Scholarships available per year.
Algonquin welcomes highly qualified students from around the world. This scholarship is meant to reward those applicants with above average grades and English level.
- Established in 1967, Conestoga is Ontario’s fastest growing college and a leader in polytechnic education.
- The college delivers a full range of career-focused education, training and applied research programs to prepare students for success in the new knowledge economy and promote economic prosperity throughout our region and across Ontario.
- Campuses and training centres in Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge, Guelph, Stratford, Ingersoll and Brantford provide a growing number of students with local access to full and part-time programming.
- Fall 2013 full-time enrolment of almost 11,000 represents a 90 per cent increase since 2005.
- Continuing education programs attract more than 30,000 enrolments each year.
- As the region’s only provider of polytechnic education, Conestoga plays an integral role in the success of our community: 65 per cent of our graduates remain in the area after completing their education, contributing more than $1 billion each year to the local economy.
- Almost 50 per cent of the local adult population has accessed our services.
- Conestoga delivers more than 200 career-focused programs, and has more degree offerings than any other college outside of the GTA, including Ontario’s only college-based, accredited engineering degrees.
- The college is one of the province’s top two providers of apprenticeship training and a leader in the provision of Second Career and academic upgrading programs.
- Our comprehensive range of programming meets the needs of a variety of learners, providing multiple entry points and established pathways to ensure that individuals across our community can access the education they need for their chosen careers.
- Articulation agreements with 64 colleges and universities around the world provide our students with ready access to additional post-secondary opportunities.
- Labs equipped with the latest technology, project-based courses, field and clinical experiences, international exchange, applied research and co-op opportunities engage our students as they learn to connect theory, research and practice.
- Our focus on technology-enhanced learning through online and mobile technologies ensures that students are prepared to excel in our increasingly digital world.
- Conestoga’s commitment to student success includes a full range of support and career advising services available to students throughout their learning journey.
- Conestoga’s applied research initiative supports student learning and helps area businesses grow, innovate and improve their productivity.
- Conestoga is tri-council approved, eligible for funding from NSERC, SSHRC and CIHR, and the first college in Canada to host a CIHR Industrial Research Chair for Colleges.
- In 2013-14, almost 1000 students and more than 80 faculty and staff members were engaged in applied research projects.
- Active community, industry and academic partnerships provide support for Conestoga students, programs and facilities.
- Approximately 1,000 community and business leaders provide input and direction on programming through advisory committees and consortia.
- Conestoga has a proven track record of continuous improvement and success.
- Our students consistently achieve top honours in local, provincial and international competitions.
- Our graduate employment and graduate satisfaction rates are among the highest of all Ontario’s colleges. Our employer satisfaction rating has exceeded 90 per cent every year since the provincial Key Performance Indicators survey was initiated.
- OSAP loan default rates for Conestoga graduates are consistently among the very lowest in the province.
- School of Business and Hospitality
- School of Career and Academic Access
- School of Engineering and Information Technology
- School of Health & Life Sciences and Community Services
- School of School of Language and Communications Studies
- School of Liberal Studies
- School of Media & Design
- School of Trades and Apprenticeship
- Diploma/Post-Grad/Certificate – $11, 000
- Ancillary fees* – $ 2, 150
- Estimated total cost -$ 13, 150
- Degree and Practical Nursing -$12, 500
- Ancillary fees* – $ 2, 550
- Estimated total cost -$ 15, 050
Top 10 reasons why you should choose Fanshawe:
1. Experience counts. Fanshawe College has been providing real world career training for more than 40 years as a full-service Government of Ontario community college. We offer more than 100 post-secondary certificate, diploma, graduate and applied degree programs.
2. Putting you to work. Fanshawe offers more than 30 cooperative education programs, which is more than any other college in Canada. Over the years, we have developed substantial links with local, national and international employers. Jumpstart your career by combining paid work experience with your academic program.
3. Affordable education. Tuition at Fanshawe is about $11,000 CDN per year, which is an incredible value compared to what you might pay in the United States or the United Kingdom.
4. Homestay feels like home. Fanshawe College administers its own Homestay Program made up of a wonderful network of caring Canadian families. They are ready to welcome you and help you feel secure as you adjust to life in Canada.
5. Our reputation speaks volumes. Upon graduation from Fanshawe, you join an elite group of some 100,000 alumni who are already making a difference within their chosen careers in Canada and around the world. As a fellow alumnus, you have the opportunity to make connections with them and build the foundation for a successful career. A survey taken in 2006 confirms that 92% of Fanshawe students were employed within six months of graduation.
6. We want you to succeed. Hundreds of international students choose Fanshawe each year. We genuinely want to see you be successful. We welcome you warmly and we are fully staffed to provide all the services you need to have a great educational experience.
7. Flexible language training options. We offer five different levels of English as a Second Language. Our classes start every month and, with 25 hours of class and lab time every week, you’ll progress quickly and have ample opportunity to improve your English.
8. Great location. The City of London, Canada is easy to get to and located just about two hours from Toronto, Niagara Falls, and Detroit, USA. Life in London provides the best of both worlds. Here you can enjoy the safety and ease of travel within a smaller city (350,000 people), while still being close to some fantastic large urban centres.
9. Our campus rocks! Take a virtual tour here – Virtual Tour
Virtually every service and amenity you can think of is conveniently located right on campus:
- Student dormitories
- More than a dozen places to eat
- Computer store
- Clothing store
- A state-of-the-art fitness centre
- 24-hour computer labs
- Bank machines
- Hair salon
- Medical clinic
- Student Centre with fun activities, events and outings held each week
10. 15,000 students can’t be wrong! Discover for yourself what our students already know. Fanshawe is their top choice.
We know you’re more than a student. That’s why Fanshawe is more than a college. Just look at Fanshawe’s incredible campus – or ask someone who knows. It’s a place where people meet and futures are made.
In addition to state-of-the-art tools for mastering your craft, we’ve got restaurants, residences and everything you need to have the best time with some of the best friends – people who share your passions and dreams.
Fanshawe is a place to engage and be hands-on with what you love – creating something, solving problems, helping others – and building a foundation for a lifetime of happiness and success.
For success you’ll have:
- wireless everywhere
- study & tutorial services
- resumé & job search services
- career listings
- medical services
For fun you’ll have:
- over a dozen restaurants & cafeterias, including an on-campus bar
- retail services
- three student residences
- bus pass
- fitness centre & sports complex
- varsity & intramural teams
- 106.9 The X
WHY SENECA COLLEGE? Seneca College opened in 1967, and has more than 40 years of experience in delivering quality post-secondary education and has campuses in Toronto and York Region. The greater Toronto Area is home to Seneca’s four main campuses. The city centre can be reached quickly by bus or subway Seneca is a leader in Canadian post-secondary education, with a number of campuses in the greater Toronto Area. Ranked as one of the world’s 20 best places to live by Forbes Magazine, Toronto is safe, clean and affordable. Best of all, it’s a great place to study. International Students from over 114 countries study at Seneca annually. Seneca offer more than 145 full-time programs. With more than 100,000 students taking classes at Seneca, we’re one of the largest colleagues in Canada. You get small campus friendliness with big city advantages. Toronto ranks as one of the world’s 20 best places to live. There are only 40 students in a class, which means lots of faculty attention. We are linked to Canadian universities for in-depth education. The faculty/professors has lived and breathed in your industry. It has the largest business faculty in Canada. The library and study halls have over 6, 000 computers. 95% of employers think Seneca students “get the job done!” and very satisfied with skills of Seneca graduates. Large international student services department to look after international student arrival and orientation needs. We’re recognized internationally for career-focused programs, expert faculty, committed staff and successful graduates. We offer a choice of credentials including degrees, graduate certificates, diplomas, certificates and University pathways Our programs offer co-op work experience and internship opportunities that let you gain valuable work experience while you’re still in school. All Seneca international graduates qualify for a 1-year Canadian work permit, with options for additional work sessions. More than 140 dynamic career focused programs 4-year Bachelor Degrees 2-year and 3-year “Workplace Ready” Diplomas 1 year “Career Specialized” Post Graduate Programs Begin your Seneca Program in September, January or May Seneca Programs are designed with input from Business & Industry leaders Seneca is known and respected around the world Seneca spends millions annually keeping classrooms, labs and computerized equipment leading edge 30-40 students in a class – you get the individual attention you need Worldwide network of partnering universities, numbering 70+ offering future academic opportunities within Canada and around the world 10 campuses – 5 in Toronto and 5 in York Region Seneca College offers a rich assortment of facilities and activities to help students relax, refuel, meet others, and expand their horizons. Clubs and Societies If you have an area of personal interest that you want to explore further, or would like to find other students that share your hobbies or views, Seneca College has a wide variety of clubs and societies that you can join, from chess to drama to ecology. Intramural Sports Food and Drink Prayer Room For those who need a quiet place to meditate or say a prayer, a non-demoninational Prayer Room is available at the following campuses: Newnham Campus – Bldg. E, Room E1400, Markham Campus – Campus Lobby Level, Room. 175, Seneca@York / King Campuses Student can work part–time while studying full-time. Learn from expert industry trained faculty. Practice in Seneca skills lads. 4-month paid work internship opportunities. On & off-campus part-time jobs lead to full-time careers-Seneca services are her to help. On campus virtual job fairs. Free job find seminars. Exclusive career postings by employers wanting Seneca graduates. all Seneca international graduates qualify for a 1-year Canadian work permit, with options for additional work sessions Seneca believes that people change through learning. Education is about self-determination. It’s about ambition. It’s about building on what you know and what you can do. Seneca’s reputation is built on the relevance of its programs, the industry experience of its superb faculty, the dedication of its staff and the capabilities of its graduates. More people have chosen Seneca than any other college in Canada.
Why Centennial College?
- Centennial College of Applied Arts and Technology is the oldest publicly funded community college in Ontario, founded in 1966.
- It is located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada; its four campuses are situated to serve the eastern portion of the Greater Toronto Area. In 2007, the college opened a satellite in the west end of the city, known as Wallace Studios.
- The enabling legislation is the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities Act Centennial College is recognized as one of the most culturally diverse post-secondary institutions in Ontario.
- Almost 100 ethno-cultural groups are represented and 80 languages are spoken on campus.
- Centennial College – Its ranking in Canada is 40th, and 2000 in all over the world.
- Centennial College offers programs in business, communications, community and health studies, science and engineering technology, general arts, hospitality and transportation.
- Centennial is a large and diverse college with four campuses offering an excellent learning experience.
- The college has a record of exemplary teaching, innovative programming and extensive industry partnerships.
- It offers CO-OP program.
- All employees, students, and users of services at Centennial College have a right to a safe working/learning environment.
- Centennial College is committed to providing a supportive and harassment-free learning, teaching and working environment for our students, faculty, support and administrative employees.
- Centennial College offers flexibility and choice – learning what you want, when you want, where you want.
- Earn university transfer degree
- Enjoy the convenience of living in Toronto and being only minutes away from all the attractions the Greater Toronto Area has to offer.
- Money – for students on a tight budget or for those of you looking to save for next year’s summer vacation abroad, this may be the best time for you to attend.
- Graduation – Centennial in the summer will allow you to finish your degree faster than if you just attend it in the winter, spring and fall. If you want to finish college faster to go out and conquer the world.
- You may have never thought about it, but your college experience is more than just going to class, reading textbooks, doing assignments and taking tests. It’s about experiencing all that Centennial has to offer you. Our campuses have numerous services that will provide you support, entertainment, expand your learning and help you transition into college life.
- CCAA (Centennial College Alumni Association member) also gives you the opportunity to take advantage of some of the corporate partner offers such as discounted tickets to movies, theatre and sporting events.
- Whether you’re interested in training for your current or future career, earning transfer credits for university studies.
- Centennial offers a wide range of programs and courses for high school graduates, mature applicants, professionally trained individuals, and international students. From financial aid to registration, our campuses have numerous services and resources that will provide you with the information and support you need to help facilitate your application to the college
- Scholarship and Bursary
Centennial College purchased the Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel Toronto East in June 2001 with the intent of converting the hotel into a college residence for the fall semester, which it successfully completed in time. The amenities and level of finish in the hotel building were considerably higher than that of many purpose-built college residences. Amenities included an indoor pool, glass elevator, four-storey atrium and warmly decorated rooms. The Centennial College Residence and Conference Centre was originally configured to accommodate 380 student residents, based on two students sharing a room, though later configurations allowed the creation of some single-occupancy rooms.
Fields of Study
Creative Communications & Media Art
Community Health Studies
Engineering Technology &
Hospitality Tourism & Culture
General Education & English
Automotive Transportation &
Centennial College is offering 2 scholarships to international students. One scholarship is awarded to an international student based on merit; the other to an international transfer student from China based on academic performance. Both scholarships are offered to eligible students who have successfully completed two consecutive semesters.
International Student Academic Performance Scholarship
These awards are based on academic, artistic, athletic or other abilities, and often factor in extracurricular activities and/or community service work. An application is NOT required for these scholarships. Recipients are selected by the Dean of each school.
Check out some highlights from Centennial College – Ontario’s First Public College!
- Centennial is the #1 College Choice for International students in Canada!
- Leader in International Education with CBIE and CiCan Internationalization Awards
- First place for Engineering students in the 2015 National Engineering Month (NEM)
- First prize for Innovation in Applied Research in Canada at CiCan 2015 Awards of Excellence
- Top honors for Centennial Students at 2015 Canadian Public Relations Society Ace Awards!
- First place in the 2015 Ontario Association for Applied Architectural Sciences Student Awards!
- Centennial has the best student and employer satisfaction rate of all Greater Toronto Area Colleges (Government Mandated Survey- KPI 2014/15)
Students who study and work in Canada have a big advantage in Canadian labour market!Centennial College offers co-op and internship programs that include work placements where students put into practice what they learn in class.
The added work experience increases your chances of getting a good job (with a higher salary) as a grad.
Many of Centennial College co-op students get hired full-time by their co-op employer after graduation.
Co-op programs at Centennial College include Biomedical Engineering Technology
Examples of international placements include:
- UNESCO International Institute of Educational Planning (IIEP), Paris France (Project Management program)
- Beijing Century Wall Culture & Arts LTD, Beijing, China (Travel and Cultural Heritage program)
- Wildlife and Ecological Investments, Cape Town, South Africa (Environmental Protection Technology program)
- Global Citizenship and Equity Learning Experiences (GCELES) such as Costa Rica Rain forest Conservation projects (Global Business Management Program)
University of Waterloo offers international students many opportunities to receive scholarships and awards.
- President’s Scholarship of Distinction – $2,000 for your first year, plus up to $3,000 available in upper years
- Merit and President’s Scholarship – $1,000-$2,000 for your first year
- Waterloo Faculty Entrance Scholarships – $500 for one year to $80,000 over 4 years
Kindly find below information on tuition fees approximately per year:
UNIVERSITY TUITION FEES
Amounts shown are in Canadian dollars (CAD) and are estimated averages based on 2015 figures. Exact amounts for 2016-2017 will be available in July 2016.
- Applied Health and Sciences, Accounting and Financial Management, Arts, Computing and Financial Management, Environment – $22,780 – Rs 615 060(1CAD$ – Rs27)
- Architecture, Engineering, Software Engineering – $32,802-$33,770 – Rs 885 654 – 911 790(1CAD$ – Rs27)
- Mathematics, Science – $23818-$24,662 – Rs 643 086 – 675 874(1CAD$ – Rs27)
- Global Business and Digital Arts – $24,980 – Rs 674 460(1CAD$ – Rs27)
For more info call now on 2088909/2130289 or come to meet us at OVEC (with all school certificates and passport photocopy), Labourdonnais Court, Ground Floor, St. Georges, Port – Louis.
WHY UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO?
Canada’s most innovative university by the numbers
1957: University of Waterloo opens with 74 students
Today: 30,600 undergraduate, 5,300 graduate students
15 per cent international undergraduate, 36 per cent international graduate students
1,139 full-time faculty, 322 international faculty
Degrees granted: 5,778 Bachelors degrees, 1,723 Masters, 303 PhDs (2014)
Our global influence
1,000-acre main campus in Waterloo
Satellite campuses reinvigorating city cores across our region in Kitchener, Cambridge and Stratford
$2.6 billion per year in economic impact in Ontario (2013 Economic Impact Report)
4 affiliated and federated institutions
Conrad Grebel University College
Renison University College
St. Jerome’s University
St. Paul’s University College
Globally recognized excellence
QS Stars 5+ ranking
Top Comprehensive Research Universityin Canada for eight consecutive years (Research Infosource)
Top 25 in the world for Computer Science and Mathematics (QS Rankings)
Top 50 in the world for Geography (QS Rankings)
Top 100 in the world for Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Environmental Sciences, Sociology, Architecture and Built Environment, Psychology, and Statistical and Operational Research (QS Rankings)
One of the world’s top 50 engineering schools (Academic Ranking of World Universities)
#19 for Computer Science (U.S. News and World Report)
#47 for Engineering (U.S. News and World Report)
Students uniquely equipped for success
Waterloo students start strong and excel in a learning environment that is experiential, research-rich and real-world relevant.
$250+ million reported earnings by Waterloo co-op students (2014-15)
Two years after graduating, 89 per cent of Waterloo co-op students work in a field related to their degree compared to 75 per cent of all Ontario university grads
#1 for career preparation (Globe and Mail University Report)
54 per cent of students have an entrance average of 90+ per cent(2015)
17,600+ work terms in 60+ countries with 6,300+ organizations
Some of the top companies who hire our students include:
Apple – Barclays – BlackBerry – Bloomberg – Bombardier – Ernst & Young – Facebook, Inc. – Fairfax Financial – Holding Ltd. – GM Canada – Google – OpenText – RBC – Sun Life Financial – Twitter – The Hospital for Sick Children – Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc.
Engine of an entrepreneurial ecosystem
Our talented researchers, students and graduates attract some of the world’s top companies — and launch world-class ventures of their own.
#1 Canadian university for venture-backed capital enterprises (Pitchbook 2015)
182 entrepreneurs from University of Waterloo have raised $2.6 billion (Pitchbook 2015)
$250 million raised by Velocity-founded companies — including $150 million since 2014
1,200 students through Velocity entrepreneurship programs in seven years
Among international companies and industry disrupting startups launched by Waterloo researchers, students and alumni:
Aeryon Labs, Inc. – BlackBerry – Clearpath Robotics – D2L – Kik Interactive – Lumotune – Maplesoft – MappedIn – Neverfrost – OpenText –reebee – Suncayr – Teledyne DALSA – Thalmic Labs – Vidyard
If you’ve ever used a smartphone, worn contact lenses or been turned
off by a tobacco warning, our research has already changed your life.
$181 million in research funding from external sources — government, foundations, industry, non-profit (2014-15)
More than $20 million in research funding from international partners
77 new industrial collaborations with Faculty of Science researchers
31 per cent of research funding from industry partnerships (Office of Research)
For seven consecutive years, ranked #1 comprehensive Canadian university for SSHRC grants, supporting social sciences and humanities research
Globe-spanning research partnerships with companies and organizations including:
World Health Organization
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
World Vision Canada
By accepting your offer at OVEC, you will benefit from:
- Telegraphic transfer and exchange discount rates for paying university tuition fees or expenses related to the university.
- FREE International Student Card (ISIC) valid in 120 countries for discounts on travel, accommodation, shops, entertainment, restaurants, museums and much more.
- 50% discount on loan processing fees at MCB bank.
- Discounted Airfares.
- 10% discount on laptops and computer tablets (You should come to OVEC office to get Authorization form)
• The University of Manitoba is a public university in the province of Manitoba, Canada.
• Located in Winnipeg and founded in 1877, it was Western Canada’s first university.
• The university maintains a reputation as a top research-intensive post-secondary educational institution and conducts more research annually than any other university in the region.
• Our energetic university community is comprised of close to 30,000 students, over 8,900 faculty and staff, and 138,000 alumni in 137 countries. Over 16 per cent of our current students are international, representing 115 countries.
• The University of Manitoba is located on Anishinabe and Metis traditional land and is home to a thriving community of Indigenous researchers, staff and more than 2,000 First Nations, Metis and Inuit students, including over 3,580 graduate students — one of the largest Indigenous student bodies in the country.
• It is the largest university both by total student enrollment and campus area in the province of Manitoba, and the 17th largest in all of Canada.
• The university’s raised admissions standards, wide array of professional disciplines, and global outreach have resulted in one of the most diverse student bodies in Western Canada.
• The campus includes both Faculties of Law and Medicine, and boasts hundreds of degree programs.
• As of 2010, there have been 96 Rhodes Scholars from the University of Manitoba, more than from any other university in Western Canada.
• The University of Manitoba has three main locations: the Bannatyne Campus, the Fort Garry Campus and the William Norrie Centre.
• The downtown Bannatyne campus of the university comprises a complex of ten buildings located west of the Health Sciences Centre between McDermot Ave and William Ave in Central Winnipeg.
• This complex houses the medical and dental instructional units of the university.
• The Faculty of Dentistry, the Faculty of Medicine, the School of Medical Rehabilitation, and the School of Dental Hygiene are the major health sciences units located on this campus.
• The Faculty of Pharmacy officially joined the Bannatyne campus with the opening of the 95,000 sq ft (8,800 m2) Apotex Centre on October 16, 2008.
• The Brodie Center is known as the “flagship” which connects all three faculties as well as the Neil John MacLean Health Sciences Library and the Joe Doupe Fitness Centre. It is located on 727 McDermot Avenue.
• The main Fort Garry campus (located on the Red River in south Winnipeg) comprises over 60 teaching and research buildings of the University and sits on 274 hectares (680 acres) of land.
• In addition, Smartpark is the location of seven buildings leased to research and development organizations involving university-industry partnerships. The address is 66 Chancellors Circle.
• The William Norrie Centre on Selkirk Avenue is the campus for social work education for inner-city residents.
• The university operates agricultural research stations near Glenlea and Carman, Manitoba.
• The Ian N. Morrison Research Farm near Carman is a 406 acres (164 ha) facility located 70 km (43 mi) from Winnipeg, while the Glenlea facility is approximately 1,000 acres (405 ha) and located 20 km (12 mi) from Winnipeg.
OPPORTUNITIES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA
• Join the Student Leadership Development Program and connect with other like-minded students who feel empowered to create positive change.
• Support local projects by volunteering with Praxis for programs such as Gowns for Grads, Trick or Eat and Christmas Cheer.
• Travel to destinations like Ecuador, Nicaragua and El Salvador and work on projects relating to community development and social justice.
• Participate in an international exchange program to gain cross-cultural experience and university credit while paying U of M tuition.
• Earn official recognition for your service through volunteer and co-curricular programs.
CO-OP PROGRAMS AND INTERNSHIPS
• Complete your degree while rotating between the classroom and paid work experience.
• You can choose from co-op and internship programs in a variety of disciplines including: agriculture, business, engineering, environmental studies and science.
• International internships will help you gain valuable cross-cultural experience, language training, expose you to international industry and technology, and broaden your network of contacts.
$120 International Applicants
Estimated Costs: Full-time, first year U1 student (30 credit hours)
Actual costs for study at the University of Manitoba will depend on many factors (see residency, program choice and accommodations/lifestyle below).
Tuition – $14,700
Books & Supplies1 – $1,800
Medical Insurance2 – $292
Sport and Recreation Fee – $153
U-Pass3 – $265
Parking Pass (optional) – $560
Residence (optional) – $6,200 – $12,300
Totals – $17,200 – $30,000
• Your time in residence will be one of the most memorable and rewarding parts of your U of M experience.
• Living in residence is about more than the convenience of being minutes away from your classes and labs – it’s about meeting new people and belonging to a unique network that will enhance your education and personal growth.
• The Fort Garry campus is home to six residences, each equipped with furnished rooms and free high-speed Internet.
• Residence living offers meal plans, study spaces, lounges, laundry facilities and parking.
• Our newest residence, Pembina Hall, is a state-of-the-art building that offers single rooms and private washrooms and is home to our Engineering and Healthy.
• Active Living Learning Communities.
• Plus, the rooms have the best view on campus! Each residence has its own unique style, so choose the one that best suits you.
• Be sure to apply early as rooms are allocated on a
WHY GUELPH UNIVERSITY?
Located in Guelph, Ontario, the University of Guelph was established in 1964 and is considered one of Canada’s top universities.
Its three founding members – Macdonald Institute, the Ontario Agricultural College and the Ontario Veterinary College – are older than the University itself.
Established in Toronto in 1862, the Ontario Veterinary College is the oldest veterinary school in Canada.
With more than 20,000 undergraduate and 2,100 graduate students, the University is consistently ranked highly for providing a comprehensive education that combines traditional academia with experiential learning and co-operative education outside the classroom.
Research opportunities allow students to learn and work with faculty who are experts in their field.
The University of Guelph’s main campus is located in the South-Western Ontario city of Guelph.
The city and the University are noted as great places to live and to learn.
Friendly, supportive and safe learning environment.
Welcomes international students from more than 100 countries.
The University is one hour from Toronto – Canada’s largest city and airline hub – and less than 2 hours from the Niagara Falls – US border.
The University of Guelph offers over 90 majors in 13 degree programs and 63 Open Learning/Distance Education Opportunities.
The overall average for all students entering Guelph is 82%. Guelph students also have the highest graduation rate among Canadian comprehensive universities (at 89%), 5.8% higher than the national average.
The University of Guelph, along with University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University is a member of the Tri-University History group, which combines the history departments of the three universities at the graduate level. Graduate students are registered at one of the three universities according to their supervisor, but can take courses at any of the campuses. This allows the group to have more diverse course offerings more efficiently.
University of Guelph has been stated to be the best comprehensive university of Canada by Macleans magazine in 2006 and 2007.
The school is noted for receiving the most health related research funding than any other Canadian university without a medical school and for having one of the highest proportions of life science expertise per capita than any other university in North America.
This has ultimately led to the current focus of the University in the areas of health, food, environment and community.
In addition to the main campus, the University has three Regional Campuses: Alfred, Kemptville, and Ridgetown and a state-of-art facility in Toronto – the University of Guelph-Humber, offering specialized programs that integrated the University and college experience.
They offer distinctive educational programs that combine theory with practical training, preparing graduates for a broad range of careers in the agriculture, food, environment, and equine industries.
The Ontario Agricultural College has a network of campuses and research stations throughout Ontario, which were formerly operated by the Ministry of Agriculture, Food, and Rural Affairs.
Courses are offered in English in Guelph, Kemptville and Ridgetown, and in French at Campus d’Alfred.
Campus d’Alfred is located in the eastern Ontario, in the town of Alfred, Ontario close to Canada’s capital city, Ottawa.
It offers diploma and certificate programs which are all taught in French.
The Kemptville Campus of Ontario Agriculture College is located in Kemptville, Ontario. It has been serving the residents of Eastern Ontario since 1917. The campus and research station is located on over 800 acres (320 ha) and features 21st century facilities.
Entrance scholarships are monetary awards given to students that demonstrate one or more of the following: academic excellence; leadership abilities; extra-curricular involvement and research proposals.
Internationalism is a big part of our Guelph community and we have an entrance scholarship program to support international students who have demonstrated academic excellence.
A limited number of non-renewable international scholarships ranging in value from $5,500 to $8,500 CDN are available to students that have not attended post-secondary studies and are entering the University of Guelph in September.
Students do not need to apply to be considered as offers will be made on the basis of the students admission file as well as reference letters.
COURSES & TUITION FEES
- Bachelor of Arts & Bachelor of Science 19,309 CAD
- Bachelor of Commerce 21,902 CAD
- Bachelor of Computing 20,436 CAD
- Bachelor of Engineering 25,018 CAD
- Bachelor of Landscape Architecture 24,233 CAD
- Doctor of Veterinary Medicine 56,747 CAD
LIVING COST & FEES
- Books & Supplies 1,241 CAD
- Residence & Meals 11,152(double room north/south with full meal plan)
- Health Insurance 612 CAD
- Personal Costs 2,500 CAD
- Student Service Fees 1,455 CAD
- Co-op students 270 CAD per semester
WHY CHOOSING HUMBER COLLEGE?
- Humber College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning is a polytechnic college in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
- Humber offers more than 150 programs including: bachelor’s degree, diploma, certificate, post-graduate certificate and apprenticeship programs, across 40 fields of study.
- DURATION OF PROGRAMS
- CREDENTIAL DURATION
- Apprenticeship Certificate 3 – 4 Years
- Certificate 2 – 3 Semester
- Diploma 2 Years ( 4 Semester)
- Advanced Diploma 3 Years ( 6 Semester)
- Ontario Graduate Certificate 2 – 4 Semester
- Bachelor’s Degree 4 Years ( 8 Semester)
- • Humber also provides academic advisors and resources, such as Humber’s career finder.
- Most of Humber’s programs contain a practical experimental component to them, such as an internship, Co-op, or field placement.
- Humber serves 27,500 full-time and 56,000 part-time learners.
- Humber is one of Canada’s leading post secondary institutions. We offer a variety of credentials including: four-year bachelor’s degree, two- and three-year diplomas, one- and two-year certificates, postgraduate certificates and apprenticeship programs.
- Humber meets its vision of excellence in polytechnic education by offering students clear pathways and the opportunity to build on previous academic achievements and experiences.
- Humber’s mission is to develop broadly educated, highly skilled and adaptable citizens who significantly contribute to the educational, economic and social development of their communities.
- Humber is one of only five Ontario colleges named as an Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning by the Ontario Government
- Humber offers more pathways to your future.
- Humber provides high quality academic and applied education.
- Humber is an outstanding place to live and learn.
- Humber provide good learning environment.
- All degree programs and advanced diploma offer work placement, which are paid with the opportunity to make valuable industry and employer.
- Humber has small class sizes, whereby there is more interaction and communication becomes easy with professors.
- Humber listens to students and responds to their needs.
- Humber awards scholarships to both undergraduate and postgraduate students. It also offers degree scholarships to graduating high-school students based on the academic achievement.
- The student gets a chance to join several activities, and in this sense it helps him to become much more pro active.
- 85% of Humber graduates are employed within six months of completing theirs studies
- Transfer Credit opportunities with more than 50 Canadian and international degree-granting institutions
- Joint degree programs with the University of Guelph-Humber and the University of New Brunswick.
- Humber provides Labs & classrooms that stimulates working environment.
- Pease note that any student who wishes to get assistance, he can have:
- Career centre
- Disability services
- Health centre
- Peer tutoring and mentoring
- Financial aid
- International students center & career centre
- Counseling programs to every students
Humber College, without forgetting provides accommodation to every international students and this residence are namely
- Lakeshore Campus
- North Campus
- Orangeville campus
PROGRAMS ARE OFFERED IN A VARIETY OF FIELDS:
- School of Applied Technology
- The Business School
- School of Media Studies and Information Technology
- School of Social and Community Services
- School of Creative and Performing Arts
- School of Health Science
- School of Hospitality, Recreation and Tourism
- School of Liberal Arts and Science
TUITION FEES (International student fees per academic year (two semesters)
- Postsecondary diploma & Certificate programs: $ 14,200
- Bachelor’s degree programs: $14,800
- Postgraduate Certificate: $14,800
OTHER EXPENSES per academic year (to semesters)
- Books & supplies: $1,200
- Homestay with meals: approximately $6,000- $6,800 +$190 placement fee(one time)
- Residence and meal plan: approximately $8,300 – $10,730
- Rental accommodation (not including meals): approximately $3,600 – $8,000
- Transportation: $600 – $ 1,300
What scholarship opportunities are available?
- FULL TUITION RENEWABLE SCHOLARSHIPS
Humber offers 3 full tuition renewable scholarship (approx. value $ 12,200) each, for new international students.
- $5,000 ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIP
3 renewable scholarships per year, each valued at $5,000 for new international students.
- $10,000 ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIP
20 non-renewable entrance scholarships valued at $10,000 each for new international students each year.
- BACHELOR DEGREE SCHOLARSHIP
These academic scholarship are awarded at the time of offer based on your high school/secondary grade point average
- 95%+ $4,000 (renewable)
- 90 – 94.9% $3,500 (renewable)
- 85 – 89.9% $3,000 (renewable)
- 80 – 84.9% $2,000 (renewable)
- 75 – 79.9% $1,500 (one time)
Humber offers a variety of programs to cover wide ranges of interests that also reflect today’s job market.
Humber ensures that all students receive the skills and knowledge expected by today’s demanding employers.
One of Canada’s best universities
Located in the beautiful Fraser Valley just east of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, the University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) is a fully accredited, public university that enrolls approximately 15,000 students per year.
UFV has campuses and locations in Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Mission, Hope and Agassiz, and a growing presence in Chandigarh, India.
UFV is large enough to offer variety, and yet small class sizes allow you to get to know your instructors and learn in a hands-on environment.
UFV offer more than 100 programs, including two master’s degrees, 15 bachelor’s degrees, majors, minors, and extended minors in more than 30 subject areas, and more than a dozen trades and technology programs.
Colleges, faculties, & schools
College of Arts
Faculty of Access and Continuing Education
Faculty of Applied and Technical Studies
Faculty of Health Sciences
Faculty of Professional Studies
Faculty of Science
Campuses and locations
Located in the beautiful Fraser Valley just east of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, the University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) is a fully accredited, public university that enrolls approximately 15,000 students per year.
UFV has campuses and locations in Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Mission, and Hope, and a growing presence in Chandigarh, India.
Tuition & fees
The cost of education in Canada is among the lowest in the world and UFV’s international tuition costs compare well with other Canadian universities.
All fees quoted below are in Canadian funds. All fees are subject to revision without notice.
Tuition: academic, University Foundation and full-session ESL programs
4-month semesters Tuition each semester
(excluding ancillary, admin & medical fees)
Winter 2017 — January to April
Flat fee $8050
Summer 2017 — May to August
Per credit $537
Fall 2017 – September to December
Flat Fee $8310
Co-op placement (any semester)
Flat fee $1,200
University Canada West
A business-oriented, teaching-intensive, higher educational institution, University Canada West (UCW) is located in downtown Vancouver. It offers flexible degree programs that will prepare you to be an effective problem solver, collaborator and leader in our world’s ever-changing workplace environment.
The independent university’s flexible programming draws students from more than 40 countries, enabling them to complete undergraduate and graduate degrees in-person, online or via both means faster than at many traditional universities. For more information, visit www.ucanwest.ca
Why study at UCW
• Business-oriented, teaching-intensive with an emphasis on practical application
• Academically qualified professors with first-hand industry experience
• Class sizes capped to enhance student experience and engagement
• Faster completion option for motivated students
• Historic downtown Vancouver location
This Master of Business Administration (MBA) program from UCW will prepare you for leadership on the global stage. You will take the most challenging situations in your stride, apply pragmatic solutions to problems you encounter, and ultimately drive the success of an organization with your informed decision-making.
• Bachelor of Commerce
The Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) provides students with a broad foundation knowledge of contemporary business and its practices. The degree prepares you for a successful career in business or management, where you will contribute constructively to a global economy.
• Bachelor of Arts in Business Communication
The Bachelor of Arts in Business Communication (BA) is an interdisciplinary program that will develop your knowledge of media, cultural studies and business alongside theoretical and practical skills. The communication methods learnt and media training students get throughout this course are relevant to careers in professional writing, journalism, public relations, communications, and advertising.
• MBA Foundation
We understand that some students do not have the professional or academic qualifications but wish to pursue the MBA program. Students have the option of completing the four MBA Foundation courses. In order to qualify for admission to the MBA program, students will need to earn a grade of B or better on each Foundation course.
• University Access Program
If you have not met the minimum English language requirements for the Bachelor or MBA program entry, you can still improve your English skills and qualify for your degree at UCW.
The University Access Program (UAP) accredited by Languages Canada covers everything you need for higher level education in an English-speaking institution. The program covers specific academic skills, such as essay writing, research methods, note taking, critical thinking and seminar or tutorial discussion, giving you a great start to your program at University Canada West.
• University Pathway Program
UCW’s University Pathway Program (UPP) prepares international students who have successfully completed secondary school year 11 or its equivalent for entry into any one of the University’s undergraduate degree programs. The program is offered at three different levels, and you will be placed in a level based on your English proficiency. Programs range from six (6) to twelve (12) months.
- Intakes: Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer
- Modes of Delivery: On-campus or Online
- MBA Foundation Study Grant (up to $6,500)
- MBA (up to $10,000)
- Bachelor degrees (up to $20,000)
Facilities at Niagara College
- Vibrant, Modern Campuses
- NC has two college grounds designed to meet all your needs.
- Our college goes out of its way to remain on the cutting edge of technology, while meeting the highest standards in both personal comforts and educational excellence.
- $90 Million in Expansions
- Both campuses recently received $90 million in expansion funds, resulting in the construction of six new academic wings including:
- Completely new learning facilities for ESL Studies
- A state of the art multimedia language lab with the latest electronic resources
- $40-million 100,000 square-foot Applied Health Institute with state-of-the-art multimedia classrooms
- An athletic center including full gym facilities exceeding college pro standards
- An expanded learning commons combining relaxing study areas and the latest library technology
- More importantly, the use of all these new facilities is free for all students.
- No need to pay extra for gym memberships, additional library, computer, or lab costs: all amenities are complementary at Niagara College.
Canadian Work Opportunities
At present, the Canadian government allows the following work options for international students:
- Co-operative Education (Co-op)
Co-op means paid work experience, and many of our programs deliver four to eight months of paid work experience. In practice, our 98% work term placement rate means Niagara is one of Canada’s leaders in Co-op education.
- Internship and Practicum
Many of our programs contain internship and practicum positions. These short-term, program-related openings will allow you to develop specific skills within professional work settings.
- On-Campus and Off-Campus Work
You will be able to work on-campus while you are studying. After completing six months of study, you will be entitled to apply for an off-campus work visa which allows you to work 20 hours during the school year and full-time during the vacations.
- Postgraduate Work
Upon completion of your program, you will be able to work in Canada up to three years. The abilities you develop during these years will give you the opportunity to combine Canadian work experience with your education helping you launch your career and turning you into a global player.
- Hospitality & Tourism, Culinary, wine and Beer
- Media, Computers and Information Technology
- Engineering Technology
- Environmental, Horticulture and Agribusiness
- Liberal Arts & Sciences, Health and Community Studies
- Spacious Suites
The spacious residences at the Welland Campus offer 117 double suites while the Niagara-on- the-Lake Campus offers 101 double suites, all with kitchenette, bathroom, and light housekeeping duties.
- The best feature is that they are steps away from classes and campus facilities.
- You will have your own furnished bedroom and share kitchen and washroom facilities with one other student.
- Each bedroom includes a television and internet connection.
- Students must buy and cook their own meals.
- The kitchen includes a fridge and microwave.
- A meal plan is available on campus.
- You will also be expected to buy or bring bedding, cooking utensils and cleaning supplies.