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Since opening its doors for the first time on September 7, 1932, York House School has prepared young women to make a difference in this world while remaining true to its history, values, and traditions. Its founders recognized that education was critical to inspire young women to live happy, meaningful, and purposeful lives. It continues to provide a tradition of excellence in education, to educate the whole child, and instills in girls the confidence and belief that they are capable of doing anything. “Not for Ourselves Alone” continues to be held as one of the highest ideals of the community. It is committed to preparing girls to be active and responsible citizens who take responsibility to help others and make a difference in the world.
Since its founding in 1930, character education has always been integral to St. George’s School. One of the actions arising from its new Strategic Plan was to develop and affirm a list of core values. In the fall of 2011, it did this by means of a collaborative process involving all stakeholder groups and securing input by means of surveys and small group discussions. Having adopted its list of core values, it currently is developing a comprehensive plan to infuse them through the St. George’s community. Its Mission is to inspire its students to become fine young men who will shape positive futures for themselves, their families, and the global community. Through a broad and inclusive program, its students will be educated and prepared for life. They will possess a solid knowledge base in a wide range of disciplines, as well as core academic skills combined with 21st-century global skills.
West Point Grey Academy values diversity and inclusion for many of the same reasons it values coeducation: equality, social preparation, and variety of thought and discourse. It acknowledges and appreciates the differences in all aspects, including race, ethnicity, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, and abilities and disabilities, and encourage expression of personal experiences and opinions so that it may better educate, lead, innovate and inspire. Its core values—globally inspired, academically innovative, character driven, community spirited and intentionally balanced—reflect its steadfast commitment to fostering diverse student and staff bodies and to ensuring that all members of its school community feel welcome, respected, and empowered to voice their perspective.
Crofton House School offers extraordinary possibilities, inspiring each girl to discover and pursue their personal excellence. With over 120 years of excellence in all-girls’ education, our rigorous academic program is complemented by strong arts, design technology and athletic programs. Guided by values of courage, creativity and citizenship, CHS girls graduate prepared for their post-secondary journey and for life – whatever path they may choose. Financial assistance is available for girls entering Grade 8.
With 480 students from Grades 8 through 12, Little Flower Academy is unique in the Lower Mainland. It offers the very best high school education, in an all-girls environment, with a Catholic, value-based curriculum. The combination is the only one of its kind in British Columbia. Through class, liturgy, formal curriculum, a wide range of extracurricular activities, sports and performing arts, students at Little Flower Academy are educated to be healthy, challenged to achieve, and are encouraged to enjoy learning. LFA builds confidence and enhances self-esteem in every girl so that their spiritual, intellectual, physical, and emotional potential is realized. LFA is known widely for its academic excellence. Over the past decade, LFA’s graduation rate is 100% with typically higher than 95% achieving provincial honours. Not surprisingly, nearly every graduate chooses their prefered post secondary education choice.
Established over 30 years ago, St John School is a co-educational, non-denominational, independent, urban, IB World Continuum School educating 570 students from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 12. 100% of its graduates go to a university of their choice. St John School has embraced the IB philosophy while maintaining and strengthening its core values and commitment to nurturing the minds and hearts of its students. St John School gets to know and cares for its students and community members as individuals.
Brentwood is a progressive, co-ed day/boarding school for Grades 8 to 12 located on a spectacular oceanfront campus on Vancouver Island, BC, Canada. Brentwood provides a modern, West Coast learning experience for global minded students who embrace our values of grit and joy. Student choice is a unique part of our culture and a deciding factor in who attends the School. This creates a supportive community of students from over 40 countries who gain the independence and skills to succeed in the post-secondary world.
Inspiring Excellence in Education and Life. Mulgrave is a co-ed, non-secular Pre-K to Grade 12 IB World School nestled in the forested slopes of West Vancouver. We inspire students to be self-motivated critical thinkers and young leaders who demonstrate meaningful action as responsible citizens in a global community. Mulgrave offers a wide range of enrichment activities in athletics, outdoor ed, service, and the arts. Our students are kind individuals who support one another as they strive to achieve their dreams.
Meadowridge is a coeducational IB World School. It creates a safe space for children to learn through imagination, emotion, and community building. The entire school, from classroom to natural woodland, is the setting for our program that challenges students to find out more about their own beliefs and society through striving for excellence in academics, arts, athletics, and service to the community. As students prepare to graduate there is the profound knowledge that in order to change the world, they must first be a part of it.
Collingwood is one of Canada’s largest JK-Grade 12, university-preparatory day school’s, located on two campuses in beautiful West Vancouver. Our students participate fully in the School’s four strands: academics, athletics, arts and service. We are recognized for our robust Advanced Placement program, our university acceptance record, our outdoor Explore program, and our award-winning sports teams and musical groups. We are a member of ISABC, NAIS and Round Square, and we are a CAIS-accredited school.
Upper Canada College was founded in 1829 and is an IB Continuum World School, enrolling 1,200 students in Senior Kindergarten through Year 12, including 88 boarders from around the world. Located in central Toronto on 35 acres of green space, UCC’s mission to deliver transformational learning experiences is supported by expert faculty, cutting-edge facilities and wide-ranging co-curricular offerings. Approximately 20 per cent of students receive financial assistance from the school’s sector-leading program, with $5 million available annually to Canadian students. An alumni community of more than 12,500 in 80+ countries includes leaders and innovators in politics, finance, arts, athletics, media and beyond.
Trinity College School is Canada’s energetic, illuminating and complete education for promising students grades 5-12. It is located in Port Hope, Ontario, Canada, overlooking Lake Ontario. For more than 150 years, Trinity College School (TCS) has been internationally recognized for excellence in educating young people. It has always been keenly involved in character development and has helped many graduates gain entrance to top universities around the world.
Pickering College is an independent Day and Boarding school for students in Junior Kindergarten to Grade 12. Founded in 1842 as a Quaker school, and established in its current Newmarket location in 1909, the mission of Pickering College is to instil in each individual the ability and responsibility to make the world greater, better and more beautiful than they discovered it. Its vision is to develop innovative, courageous and compassionate global citizens who take action, true to Quaker values. As part of its Quaker values, Pickering College celebrates diversity in all aspects of the school. This is reflected both in its Global Leadership Program and its commitment to a co-educational environment. Its unique approach includes educating and developing the ‘whole child’ through a focus on academic excellence, co-curricular distinction, and character and leadership development. Pickering College is proud of providing an individualized approach to learning.
Havergal College is one of Canada’s pre-eminent independent schools for girls from Kindergarten to Grade 12. Founded in 1894, the school is situated on a 22-acre campus in Toronto, Ontario, and focuses on the liberal arts, providing an all-round education based on high academic standards, extensive co-curricular opportunities and boarding for students in Grades 9 to 12. Havergal features a stimulating and supportive learning environment, alongside a strong community that fosters self-confidence, leadership and teamwork.
With more than 700 students from 60 countries, the largest boarding programme in Ontario and the third largest in Canada, Ridley College is a truly international, co-educational, day and boarding school of the world that prepares students for the world. It has provided enriching learning and life-shaping experiences focused on the arts, academics, and athletics since 1889. Ridley’s Lower School offers JK-Grade 8, its Upper School consists of Grade 9-PG, and Ridley graduates attend some of the top universities and colleges around the world. Ridley is the only co-ed independent boarding school in Canada and one of only three in North America authorized to offer the International Baccalaureate (IB) continuum programme.
Founded in 1857, Albert College is Canada’s oldest, independent, co-educational, day and boarding school. With over 150 years of experience and excellence in education, Albert College provides an enriched and engaging curriculum from Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 12 / Post Graduate. Its mission is to inspire excellence in the 5 ‘A’s: Academics, Arts, Athletics, Active Citizenship and Adventure. With a focus on the 5 ‘A’s, Albert College students have an incredibly wide array of curricular and co-curricular opportunities in these areas that set them apart when they apply for post-secondary education.
One of the top independent schools for boys in Canada, Crescent School spans 37 acres in midtown Toronto. Now in its second century, Crescent School provides rich and diverse experiences and opportunities for boys in Grades 3-12 to learn, grow and thrive. Character has always been at the centre of a Crescent education supporting its mission, Men of Character from Boys of Promise.
Ever since its establishment in 1911, Appleby College has been focused on the purpose that inspired the Founders: to develop leaders of strong character who will make a positive impact on their communities. It challenges its students to develop high levels of capabilities across a wide range of activities – academics, athletics, the arts, service, global education, outdoor education, as well as living and working with people from a diverse range of backgrounds and perspectives. Over the last couple of decades, Appleby College have garnered an international reputation for innovation and caring.
Rosseau Lake College is one of Canada’s most unique independent, co-ed, day and boarding schools, offering extraordinary learning in a highly experiential academic program in grades 6-12. It is located along the shores of beautiful Lake Rosseau in Ontario, Canada. Its core values of Competence, Confidence, and Character highlight the personal focus that encourages students to bring out their best selves. When students graduate from RLC they have developed the skills, knowledge, and confidence to take on any challenge. They are ready for anything.
The University of British Columbia is a global centre for teaching, learning and research, consistently ranked among the top 20 public universities in the world. UBC embraces innovation and transforms ideas into action. Since 1915, UBC has been opening doors of opportunity for people with curiosity, drive and vision to shape a better world. Some of the well-known programs offered at UBC include Economics (BSc) …Behavioral Neuroscience, Law, Pharmacy, English, Civil Engineering, Political Science, Computer Science (BSc), etc.
SFU is recognized around world for excellence, innovation, and sustainability. It is consistently ranked the top research universities in Canada and one of the top 250 universities in the world. – With more than 170,000 alumni spanning the country and globe, SFU’s impact in every facet of life is far-reaching. Students are equipped with the knowledge, skills and experiences that prepare them for life in an ever-changing and challenging world. SFU is also a world leader in research, knowledge development and innovation. And SFU forges lasting partnerships to enhance the social, economic, and cultural well-being of the communities.
(Commonly abbreviated to KPU) is a public degree-granting undergraduate polytechnic university in British Columbia, Canada, with campuses in Surrey, Richmond, Cloverdale, Whalley, and Langley. KPU is one of the largest institutions by enrolment in British Columbia with a total of 20,000 students and 1,400 faculty members across its five locations, encompassing the Metro Vancouver district. KPU provides undergraduate and vocational education including bachelor’s degrees, associate degrees, diplomas, certificates, apprenticeships, in more than 140 diverse programs. The school operates largely as an undergraduate polytechnic university, but also serves as a vocational school offering apprenticeships for skilled trades as well as diplomas in vocational education for skilled technicians and workers in support roles in professions such as engineering, accountancy, business administration, nursing, medicine, architecture, and criminology.
The University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) formerly known as University College of the Fraser Valley and Fraser Valley College, is a Canadian public university with campuses in Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Mission and Hope of British Columbia. Founded in 1974 as Fraser Valley College, it was a response to the need for expanded vocational training in the communities of the Fraser Valley. In 1988, it became a university college, with degree-granting status. As the University College of the Fraser Valley, it grew rapidly, becoming one of the largest university colleges in Canada. In recognition of the growing needs for higher education within the region and in the province, the provincial government granted full university status on 21 April 2008. Student enrollment is now over 15,000 students annually. In the 2010 The Globe and Mail Canadian University Report, UFV earned the most “A Range” grades of any post-secondary institution in British Columbia, receiving A grades in quality of education.
Commonly referred to as TRU, it is a public teaching and research university offering undergraduate and graduate degrees and vocational training. Its main campus is in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada, and its name comes from the two rivers which converge in Kamloops, the North Thompson and South Thompson. The university has a satellite campus in Williams Lake, BC and a distance education division called TRU-Open Learning. It also has several international partnerships through its TRU World division. TRU offers 140 on-campus programs and approximately 60 online or distance programs through the Open Learning division, including trades apprenticeships, vocational certificates and diplomas, bachelor’s and master’s degrees and law.
Vancouver Island University (abbreviated as VIU, formerly known as Malaspina University College and before that as Malaspina College) is a Canadian public university serving Vancouver Island and coastal British Columbia. Starting as Malaspina College in 1969, it has grown into a university that plays an important role in the educational, cultural, and economic life of the region. The main campus located in Nanaimo has 1,030,000 square feet (96,000 m2) of built space. Vancouver Island University offers exchange programs that allow students to study for one or two semesters overseas while remaining registered at Vancouver Island University. Current partner institutions are located in Australia, England, Finland, France, Japan, Korea, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Switzerland and the USA. Vancouver Island University also offers short-term study abroad options in some program areas; destination countries include Belgium, Belize, the Cook Islands, Indonesia, Italy, USA (New York), Tanzania, Korea, France, and Spain. Additionally, Vancouver Island University supports field schools, co-ops, practicum placements and development projects, has sister-school agreements with Japan, Korea and Thailand and educational alliances with schools in Taiwan, China, Mexico, India and Turkey.
Also referred to as RRU or Royal Roads, it is a public university with its main campus in Colwood, British Columbia. It is located at Hatley Park National Historic Site on Vancouver Island. Following the decommissioning of Royal Roads Military College in 1995, the government of British Columbia created Royal Roads University as a public university with an applied and professional degree-granting focus. The university considers alumni of RRMC to be part of its broader alumni community. Royal Roads University offers applied and professional programs at the undergraduate, graduate and doctoral levels, focusing on graduate level career development. The programs are primarily offered in a cohort model as a blended format, combining periodic on campus residencies for face to face intensive sessions with on line courses. This format is designed to favour working professionals, who may complete the programs at a distance while maintaining their career. The University offers three formats: i) on-site with 100% face to face learning, ii) blended, with part of the program taught in a face to face residency and the balance on line; and iii) completely on-line. Residency based programs range from one to three weeks, and are often held on-campus, but select programs host their residencies in unique locations around the world. Mature students are welcome, and credits are available for prior experience in the subject area. The university also offers some full-time accelerated on-campus undergraduate programs.
The British Columbia Institute of Technology (also referred to as BCIT), is a public polytechnic institute in Burnaby, British Columbia. The technical institute has five campuses located in the Metro Vancouver region, with its main campus in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada. There is also the Aerospace Technology Campus in Richmond, the Marine Campus in the City of North Vancouver, Downtown campus in Vancouver, and Annacis Island Campus in Delta. It is provincially chartered through legislation in the College and Institute Act. The school operates as a vocational and technical school, offering apprenticeships for the skilled trades and diplomas and degrees in vocational education for skilled technicians and workers in professions such as engineering, accountancy, business administration, broadcast/media communications, digital arts, nursing, computing, medicine, architecture, and law. BCIT was first established as the British Columbia Vocational School in 1960. When BCIT opened its Burnaby campus in 1964, initial enrollment was 498 students. As of 2017, enrollment has grown to 18,755 full-time students and 30,593 part-time students. Since its foundation, the institution has been home to over 125,000 alumni.
(UVic or Victoria) is a public research university located in the municipalities of Oak Bay and Saanich, British Columbia, Canada. The university traces its roots to Victoria College, the first post-secondary institution established in the province of British Columbia in 1903. It was reincorporated as a university in 1963. The campus is situated 7 km north of downtown Victoria and is spread over 403 acres. UVic also has an offsite study center at the Jeanne S. Simpson Field Studies Resource Center in Lake Cowichan. The six-hectare Queenswood campus was acquired from the Sisters of St. Ann and converted into a national laboratory. The Legacy Art Gallery on Yates Street and a proposed redevelopment on Broad Street make up the properties owned by the university in downtown Victoria. UVic hosts Ocean Networks Canada’s deep-water seafloor research observatories VENUS and NEPTUNE, the Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions, and two Environment Canada labs: the Canadian Center for Climate Modelling and Analysis and the Water and Climate Impacts Research Centre. The Ocean Climate Building housed at the Queenswood location is dedicated solely to ocean and climate research. The Institute of Integrated Energy Systems is a leading center for research on sustainable energy solutions and alternative energy sources. The University of Victoria is also home to Canada’s first and only Indigenous Law degree program along with dedicated research centers for Indigenous and Environmental law. Altogether UVic operates nine academic faculties and schools including the Faculty of Law and Peter B. Gustavson School of Business.
TWU is a private Christian liberal arts university in Langley, British Columbia, Canada. It is a member of Universities Canada. Founded in 1962, it enrolls approximately 4,000 students and sits on a suburban-rural 157-acre (64 ha) campus near the historic village of Fort Langley, British Columbia. Trinity Western is Canada’s largest privately funded Christian university. It has a broad-based liberal arts, sciences, and professional studies curriculum, offering 45 undergraduate majors and 17 graduate and post-graduate programs. It has a student to faculty ratio of 16:1 with an average first-year class size of 37 and overall average class size of 15. Trinity Western is a member of the Royal Society of Canada. Its varsity teams, known as the Spartans, are members of U Sports. According to Universities Canada, the non-profit national organization that represents Canadian universities and colleges, TWU’s domestic tuition is the most expensive of any university in Canada. Undergraduates fulfill general education requirements, choose among a wide variety of elective courses, and pursue departmental concentrations and interdisciplinary certificate programs. Students usually take classes through the university’s semester system, with three semesters taking place each year. The fall semester lasts from September to December, and the spring semester from January to April.
NYIT located in the heart of downtown city center, near corporate head offices of finance, banking, mining, service sector, natural resources and IT companies reside, the NYIT-Vancouver campus features computer labs, student lounges, and a distance-learning center. Small classes lead to big opportunities for internships, practicums, and mentoring programs at leading commercial and financial institutions in the area. Our on-campus community includes special-interest clubs, a student advisory board, and an honor society, and organizes a variety of social and recreational activities throughout the year. Right outside and all around is a spectacular coastal city, rich in diversity, alive with the arts and culture, and stunning in its natural beauty. New York Institute of Technology is accredited by The Middle States Commission on Higher Education in the United States. The School of Management is accredited by AACSB International (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), a global accreditation that includes all of NYIT’s business programs around the world, including Vancouver. In British Columbia, Canada, NYIT is authorized by the Ministry of Advanced Education and is among British Columbia’s EQA-designated Post-Secondary Schools. NYIT is also listed on the website of Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) as a participant in the off-campus work permit program and is listed on the website of the Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials.
Vancouver’s appeal is recognized time and again through research and reports that focus on a fundamental priority—to continue its meteoric rise as a world-class technology centre, Vancouver needs world-class talent. To drive innovation and growth in its economy, Vancouver and British Columbia are increasingly seeking the brightest and most ambitious students to study relevant programs that secure highly-skilled careers. And those who succeed are rewarded with the opportunity to balance a rich and diverse career with a lifestyle that is second to none, with Vancouver’s outstanding natural beauty and its reputation as a safe and highly diverse city. We’re excited to contribute to the fast-growing tech and innovation ecosystem in BC and, and join our partners along the Cascadia Innovation Corridor alongside Northeastern’s location in Seattle and companies like Amazon, Microsoft, SAP, Unbounce, Salesforce, and more. With Northeastern’s development of a networked and global system of locations—focused on fast-growth, innovative hubs that are driven by technology and attractive to entrepreneurs and companies—this is the time to study master’s programs with Northeastern University in Vancouver. Our initial degree programs are aligned with local industry and designed to prepare professionals for roles in these fast-growing fields. Immersed in experiential learning opportunities with local employers, our students develop exceptional relationships with employers well before they graduate.
Douglas College is the largest public degree-granting college institution in British Columbia, Canada. Close to 17,000 credit students, 8,500 continuing education students and 4,210 international students are enrolled here. Douglas College offers bachelor’s degrees and general university arts and science courses, as well as career programs in health care, human services, business and the creative arts. The college has two major campuses in Metro Vancouver – one in New Westminster (Royal Avenue and Anvil Tower) and one in Coquitlam. The college also has a smaller Training Centre campus in Surrey. Each year, more than 4,000 international students from 92 countries take for-credit courses at Douglas College, accounting for roughly 18 percent of the student population.
Langara College is a public degree-granting college in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, which serves approximately 22,000 students annually through its university, career, and continuing studies programs. The college takes its name from the neighbourhood in which it is situated, which was named after Spanish Admiral Juan de Lángara. Langara College provides university-level programs and courses and offers a variety of qualifications, including baccalaureate degrees, associate degrees, diplomas, certificates, and citations. The three 4-year degree programs offered by the College are Nursing, Recreation Management, and Business Administration. Langara’s wide range of academic programs in more than 60 subject areas are offered over three semesters per year. Langara is a popular choice for university transfer students due to smaller class sizes, excellent support services, and competitive tuition fees. More students transfer to BC universities from Langara College than from any other college in the province.
Formerly the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, it is a public post-secondary art school and university located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Established in 1925 as the Vancouver School of Decorative and Applied Arts, as the first degree-granting institution in British Columbia created specifically for students of both the visual and performing arts. It was named after the Canadian artist Emily Carr in 1978. Emily Carr specializes in sustainable design, photography, new media, visual arts, media, interactive media, animation, industrial design, product design, ceramics, sculpture, communication design, illustration and fine arts. Degree programs include: • Bachelor of Fine Arts in Cultural and Critical Practices, Illustration, Photography, or Visual Arts. Visual arts majors can choose to specialize in painting, ceramics, drawing, print media, or sculpture and extended practices. • Bachelor of Design in Communication Design, Interaction Design or Industrial Design • Bachelor of Media Arts in Animation, Film and Screen Arts, or New Media and Sound Arts. • Masters of Fine Arts in Visual Arts • Masters of Design.
It is a teaching-focused public university based in North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, nestled in a natural forested setting on the slopes of the North Shore Mountains, with programming that also serves the Sea-to-Sky Corridor and the Sunshine Coast. Capilano University’s degree programs are approved by the Government of British Columbia’s Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills and Training. The degree-granting powers of the university are legislated by British Columbia’s University Act. In 2012, CapU became Canada’s first university to receive accreditation from the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (or NWCCU) in Washington, one of six major regional agencies in the U.S. that are recognized by the United States Department of Education. Capilano University offers 97 programs through 5 faculties: the Faculty of Arts & Sciences; the Faculty of Business & Professional Studies; the Faculty of Education, Health & Human Development; the Faculty of Fine & Applied Arts; and the Faculty of Global & Community Studies.
It is British Columbia’s Aboriginal public post-secondary institute in Merritt, British Columbia, Canada. It started in 1983. NVIT programs and courses are accredited within the province of British Columbia.
-Aboriginal Community and Health Development
-Aboriginal Community Economic Development
-Aboriginal Early Childhood Education (Merritt only)
-Academic and Indigenous Studies (University Transfer)
-Access to Practical Nursing
-Administrative Studies (Merritt only)
-Bridging to Trades
-College Readiness (Merritt and Vancouver Campus)
-Health Care Assistant
-Law Enforcement Preparatory Program (Merritt only)
-Natural Resource Technology (Merritt only)
It is a private university in British Columbia, Canada. It was founded in 2005 by David F. Strong, the former president of the University of Victoria. UCW was purchased in 2008 by the Eminata Group and in 2014 sold to Global University Systems, its present owners. Based in downtown Vancouver, the university offers undergraduate and graduate programs in business and management. The university is accredited by the British Columbia Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills & Training, and carries the Education Quality Assurance (EQA) accreditation under the 2003 Degree Authorization Act. The University is also a member of the British Columbia Council on Admission & Transfer. In 2017 the university’s bachelors and post-graduate business degrees received accreditation by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). As of 2019 UCW offers a Bachelor of Commerce, a Bachelor of Arts in Business Communication, and an MBA. The mode of study for these degrees is either full-time on campus or part-time online. It also offers an Associate of Arts degree.
Yorkville University began with a simple idea: offer flexible, rigorous and career focused degrees on campus and online to people who are on a purposeful path. Since its founding in 2003, Yorkville University has successfully grown to encompass three campuses from coast to coast and conferred degrees on thousands of graduates. Their proud graduates use their degrees to launch, advance or change careers. Yorkville University’s degrees are designed to equip graduates with the professional knowledge, skills and designations that employers value. Flexible degree programs can be taken on campus or online, or a combination of both. The mission of Yorkville University is to build a national university that provides practitioner-oriented degree programs, leading to professional careers that are personally rewarding and contribute to the betterment of society. Yorkville University welcomes international students from around the world. In fact, students from more than 35 countries have graduated from our career-focused degree programs. Yorkville University’s west coast campus is located in beautiful Vancouver, a global city with strong cultural connections to the Asia-Pacific region.
It is a private Canadian college, headquartered in British Columbia. Sprott Shaw offers programs in areas such as Healthcare and Nursing, Business, Administration, Trades, Design, Human and Social Services, and Early Childhood Education. Sprott Shaw’s program offerings today include Practical Nursing, Dental Assistant, Early Childhood Education, Community Support Worker, Sales and Digital Marketing, International Trade, Design, Trades, and much more.
Coquitlam College is a private post-secondary degree-granting institution in Coquitlam, British Columbia. Established in 1982 and authorized by the British Columbia Ministry of Advanced Education to deliver post-secondary education in B.C. under the Degree Authorization Act. Coquitlam College offers the following programs: a University Transfer Program, an Associate of Arts Degree Program, a Senior High School Program, and an English Studies Program. Coquitlam Main Campus – located within walking distance of the Lougheed Town Centre Skytrain station near the Burnaby/Coquitlam suburban border within Greater Vancouver. Surrey Satellite Campus – located near the King George Skytrain station in the Surrey, British Columbia suburb of Greater Vancouver.
It is a public community college in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Founded in 1965, it is the largest and oldest community college in British Columbia, offering 78 certificate programs, 28 diploma programs, and 3 bachelor’s degree programs. VCC has three campuses: Broadway, Downtown, and Annacis Island. The college accommodates 26,000 students each year from a variety of nations, about 8 percent of whom are international students. VCC offers career programs leading to one-year certificates, two-year diplomas, and four-year bachelor’s degrees in fields such as the arts, business, trades, and health sciences. The college offers both full-time and part-time programs in spring, summer, and fall terms. Individual courses are also available to supplement high school education or offer continuing education.
It is a community college located in Saanich, British Columbia, Canada. The college has two campuses, Lansdowne and Interurban, with a total enrollment of ~20,000 students (including Continuing Education). Camosun College also provides contract training for local business; research, innovation and prototyping services for industry; and trained co-op students for employers. The Lansdowne campus provides University transfer and access programs, as well as career, technical and vocational programs in the fields of the arts, sciences, business, Indigenous studies, dental hygiene and dental assistant programs. The Interurban campus delivers programs in access, business, trades, technologies, sport and exercise education, and health and human services.In 2020, Camosun had more than 20,400 full-time and part-time students between its Lansdowne and Interurban campuses. About 1,200 Indigenous students from over 50 First Nations including Métis and Inuit groups, and over 2,100 international students from 80 different countries attend the college each year. The college boasts more than 65,000 alumni.
It is a private post-secondary institution established in 2006 under the British Columbia Ministry of Advanced Education. Alexander College consists of a large urban campus located in Burnaby in British Columbia, Canada. Alexander College offers a variety of undergraduate degree and transfer programs including University Transfer, Associate of Arts degree and Associate of Science degree. An integrated English for Academic Purposes program is also available to assist non-native English speakers with their transition to university level studies in the English language. Alexander College is recognized and accredited by the BC Ministry of Advanced Education, Degree Quality Assurance Board (DQAB), BC Education Quality Assurance (EQA) program, and is a proud participant in the BC Transfer System, organized by the BC Council on Admissions and Transfer (BCCAT). The academic year is divided into four terms: Fall (Sept Dec), Winter (Jan-Apr), Spring (May–July) and Summer intensive (July-Aug).
It is an independent not-for-profit two-year university transfer college located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The college is a registered charity and an incorporated Society composed of all Columbia College employees. Columbia College has about 2100 students enrolled from 61 countries around the world. A variety of first and second-year university-level courses are offered to students to complete a Columbia College associate degree and a University Transfer program is offered to students who successfully completed Senior High School. Courses offered in college are transferable to universities within and outside of the province. Moreover, the college provides a High School program and an English for Academic Purposes program which is accredited by Languages Canada. Columbia College offers:
University Transfer Program
The University Transfer Programs offered by Columbia College allow students to take their first and second-year university-level studies in the more personal atmosphere of a smaller college before transferring to second or third year at a university. Transfer credit is pre-arranged for university courses completed at Columbia College with local universities such as the University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University and the University of Victoria. It is customary for other universities in BC and the United States to recognize the transfer credits listed by the British Columbia Commission on Admissions and Transfer.
Associate degrees program
An associate degree is equivalent to the first two years of a four-year university degree. With an associate degree, students can enter into the third year of a university’s bachelor’s degree program.
It is a public research university in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, located on the grounds that surround Queen’s Park. It was founded by royal charter in 1827 as King’s College, the first institution of higher learning in Upper Canada. Originally controlled by the Church of England, the university assumed its present name in 1850 upon becoming a secular institution. As a collegiate university, it comprises eleven colleges each with substantial autonomy on financial and institutional affairs and significant differences in character and history. The university also operates two suburban campuses located in Scarborough and Mississauga. The University of Toronto offers over 700 undergraduate and 200 graduate programs. In all major rankings, the university consistently ranks in the top ten public universities in the world and as the top university in the country. It receives the most annual scientific research funding and endowment of any Canadian university and is one of two members of the Association of American Universities outside the United States, the other being McGill University. The Faculty of Arts and Science is the university’s main undergraduate faculty, and administers most of the courses in the college system. While the colleges are not entirely responsible for teaching duties, most of them house specialized academic programs and lecture series. Among other subjects, Trinity College is associated with programs in international relations, as are University College with Canadian studies, Victoria College with Renaissance studies, Innis College with film studies and urban studies, New College with gender studies, Woodsworth College with industrial relations and St. Michael’s College with Medievalism. The faculty teaches undergraduate commerce in collaboration with the Rotman School of Management. The Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering is the other major direct-entry undergraduate faculty.
Commonly referred to as Waterloo, UW, or UWaterloo, it is a public research university with a main campus in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. The main campus is on 404 hectares (998 acres) of land adjacent to “Uptown” Waterloo and Waterloo Park. The university also operates three satellite campuses and four affiliated university colleges. The university offers academic programs administered by six faculties and thirteen faculty-based schools. Waterloo operates the largest post-secondary co-operative education program in the world, with over 20,000 undergraduate students enrolled in the university’s co-op program. Waterloo is a member of the U15, a group of research-intensive universities in Canada. The university is a co-educational institution, with approximately 36,000 undergraduate and 6,200 postgraduate students enrolled there in 2020. Alumni and former students of the university can be found across Canada and in over 150 countries; with a number of award winners, government officials, and business leaders having been associated with Waterloo.
The University of Western Ontario (UWO; branded as Western University, commonly shortened to Western) is a public research university in London, Ontario, Canada. The main campus is located on 455 hectares (1,120 acres) of land, surrounded by residential neighbourhoods and the Thames River bisecting the campus’s eastern portion. The university operates twelve academic faculties and schools. It is a member of the U15, a group of research-intensive universities in Canada. The university was founded on 7 March 1878 by Bishop Isaac Hellmuth of the Anglican Diocese of Huron as the Western University of London, Ontario. It incorporated Huron College, which had been founded in 1863. The first four faculties were Arts, Divinity, Law and Medicine. The university became non-denominational in 1908. Beginning in 1919, the university had affiliated with several denominational colleges. The university grew substantially in the post World War II era, and a number of faculties and schools were added. Western is a co-educational university, with more than 24,000 students, and over 306,000 living alumni worldwide. Notable alumni include government officials, academics, business leaders, Nobel Laureates, Rhodes Scholars, and distinguished fellows.
Commonly referred to as WLU or simply Laurier, it is a public university in Waterloo, Brantford and Milton, Ontario, Canada. Unlike most other universities that facilitate satellite campuses, Laurier operates as a multi-campus multi-community university. The university also operates offices in Kitchener, Toronto, Yellowknife, and Chongqing, China. It is named in honour of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, the seventh Prime Minister of Canada. The university offers undergraduate and graduate programs in a variety of fields, with over 15,000 full-time undergraduate students, over 1000 full-time graduate students, and nearly 4,000 part-time students as of fall 2019. The university has an enrolment of about 17,000 full-time and part-time undergraduate students, and over 1,500 full-time and part-time graduate students. It has over 500 faculty and staff members. Laurier has been transitioning from a primarily undergraduate university to a mid-size research university. In the 2022 Maclean’s magazine survey of Canadian universities, Laurier was ranked seventh out of 15 Canadian universities in the magazine’s comprehensive university category.
It is a comprehensive public research university in Guelph, Ontario, Canada. The veterinary medicine program at the University of Guelph was ranked No. 1 in Canada and No. 5 in the world in 2021. The University of Guelph is ranked No. 4 in Canada in Maclean’s “University Rankings 2021” in the Comprehensive category, No. 1 in student satisfaction and No. 1 in research dollars. The university conducts a significant degree of research and offers a wide range of undergraduate, graduate and professional degrees. The University of Guelph offers more than 80 degree programs, more than 100 graduate and post-doctoral study programs, and over 60 open learning/distance education opportunities. 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. The University of Guelph specializes in Scottish History, as well as local and rural history.
It is a public research university in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The main McMaster campus is on 121 hectares (300 acres) of land near the residential neighbourhoods of Ainslie Wood and Westdale, adjacent to the Royal Botanical Gardens. It operates six academic faculties: the DeGroote School of Business, Engineering, Health Sciences, Humanities, Social Science, and Science. It is a member of the U15, a group of research-intensive universities in Canada. McMaster University has over 27,000 undergraduate and over 4,000 post-graduate students.Alumni and former students reside across Canada and in 139 countries.
It is a public research university in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada. It is the only university in Canada in a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, at the centre of Canada’s Niagara Peninsula on the Niagara Escarpment. Brock offers a wide range of programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels, including professional degrees. Brock was ranked third among Canadian universities in the undergraduate category for research publication output and impact indicators in 2008 (the most recent ranking completed). Brock University is the only school in Canada and internationally to offer the MICA (Mathematics Integrated with Computing and Applications) program. Brock University’s Department of Health Sciences offers the only undergraduate degree in Public Health in Canada. At the graduate level, Brock offers 49 programs, including nine PhD programs.
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