English and International Programs
Study Canadian College English for Academic Purposes (CCEAP) if needed. This program focuses on improving your academic English skills as well as skills needed for success in college life and entry into the workforce. Classes include reading, writing, listening/speaking, academic success and test-taking strategies. The CCEAP curriculum provides Integrated English Practice for 12 or 24 weeks depending on your English language score.
There are two levels: CCEAP100 and CCEAP200. “International” programs include CCEAP200, which allows you to apply for a work permit. If granted, this provides you with the opportunity to work up to 20 hours per week while taking ISC and program courses. If necessary, you can add CCEAP100 to the beginning of your program as well. If no English language component is required, you may choose to enroll through the Direct Admit option and may apply for a work permit upon the start of your program.
Diploma and Certificate Programs
Choose to pursue a career in health care, business or education with one of our current program options:
- Post Graduate Diploma in Canadian Nursing: This program prepares Internationally Educated Nurses (IENs) with the knowledge, skills and support to practice safe, ethical and competent care as a Registered Nurse (RN) or Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) in Canada.
- Business Diploma – Marketing Specialization Diploma: This program provides practical skills and knowledge to prepare you for a wide variety of careers in the business world.
- Early Childhood Education Basic Certificate: Learn the foundations of education, child development, and curriculum building to prepare you for your career as an educator.
Then, you may have the opportunity to progress to an advanced diploma or bachelor’s degree. Graduates of our business programs have the opportunity to progress with advanced standing to British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) or Yorkville University to pursue an advanced diploma or bachelor’s degree in business. Early Childhood Education graduates can progress to BCIT for the advanced diploma or bachelor’s degree in business programs.
CO-OP work experience
All programs have a Co-op option, either included or optional. This allows you to gain hands-on skills in the Canadian workforce for up to 20 hours a week and earn income during your studies.