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(British Columbia)

Why Choose VIU

  • Excellent facilities.
  • Quality programs at a reasonable cost.
  • Small classes taught by experienced and highly-qualified instructors.
  • Academic advising, personalcounselling, and support services for international students.
  • Social,recreational and sports activities; homestay, and on-campus student residences.
  • Co-operative Educationprograms that allow for study and full-time work anywhere in Canada.
  • Great location in a smaller city close to Vancouver and Victoria.
  • VIU operates four campuses including a main campus in Nanaimo and regional campuses in DuncanPowell River and Parksville•Qualicum.

Programs offered on 6.0 bands are as follows:

Diplomas Academic Requirements Additional Information Mathematics Requirement
Business Administration 50% average in High School Optional transfer to BBA in 3rd year Grade-12: 60%
Computing Science 50% average in High School Optional transfer to BSc in 3rd year Grade-12: 70%
Criminology 50% average in High School Optional transfer to BA in 3rd year NA
Culinary Arts 50% average in High School Interview may be required/Optional transfer to Hospitality Degree in 3rd year NA
Fisheries and Aquaculture Technology 50% average in High School Optional transfer to BSc in 3rd year Grade-12: 70%
Forest Resources Technology 50% average in High School Optional transfer to BSc in 3rd year Grade-12: 70%
Hospitality Management 50% average in High School Optional transfer to Bachelors in 3rd year Grade-12: 60%
Information Technology & Applied Systems 50% average in High School Grade-12: 70%
Physical Education 50% average in High School Optional transfer to BA in 3rd year NA
Recreation and Sport Management 50% average in High School Optional transfer to Tourism Degree in 3rd year NA
Resource Management and Officer Technology 50% average in High School Optional transfer to Bachelors in 3rd year Grade-12: 70%
Social Services 50% average in High School Optional transfer to Bachelors in 3rd year NA
Tourism Studies 50% average in High School Optional transfer to Bachelors in 3rd year NA
Visual Arts 50% average in High School Optional transfer to BA in 3rd year NA

Human Resource Management Post-Baccalaureate Diploma

Thonpson Rivers University

A post-baccalaureate diploma will be of interest to students who have a non-business degree, and who want to return to university for one or two years to acquire a specialty in a functional area of business in order to enhance their employment opportunities. Students with a first degree in business, but who want to change their area of focus, may complete a post-baccalaureate diploma as well.

Post-baccalaureate diplomas are also valuable to international students who wish to come to Canada to learn English, gain exposure to the culture, and study in a compressed format. Many who do so have already studied business in their own country and have received transfer credit that reduces the length of the program.

Laddering

Post-baccalaureate students may receive exemptions in the Graduate Diploma in Business Administration which must be completed prior to applying to the MBA. The number of exemptions awarded depends on the requirements of the post-baccalaureate diploma. Students must receive a grade of B or higher in the equivalent undergraduate courses to be exempted.

Contact for Admission

C.Ed. Overseas Education
284, First Floor, Satya Niketan,  Opp. Sri Venkateswara College, South Campus Road,  Dhaula Kuan, New Delhi – 110021
Ph: +91 11 4941 5471,  +91 90137 80243
Website : www.cedoverseas.com Email ID : info@cedoverseas.com

Architectural Technology

Architectural Technology (Co-op)

The Architectural Technology program will prepare you for a variety of careers in the building construction industry.  Using state-of-the-art computer technology, you will learn to prepare designs and construction drawings for residential, institutional, commercial, industrial, and multi-use buildings.

You will learn about:

  • Building materials
  • Construction methods
  • Structural design
  • Mechanical and electrical services
  • Building codes
  • Contracts
  • Specifications
  • The business environment for providing design and construction services

Co-op

Academically qualified students can enhance their education and gain valuable career contacts by working as paid employees in the architectural technology field for up to 12 months.

Career Opportunities

Companies Offering Jobs

Cassidy & Company, Architectural Technologists, Hunt Design Associates Inc, Lapointe Architects, Romanov Romanov Architects, and Reid Jones Christoffersen Consulting Engineers

Program Highlights

  • Project-based curriculum, focusing on a different building type each semester, and a strong foundation in technical knowledge
  • Strong emphasis on energy-efficient design, sustainable design and construction strategies, and protecting the environment
  • Program faculty with advanced degrees, licenses, and credentials in architecture and related fields, including many current industry practitioners.
  • All students are strongly encouraged to complete the full, three-year, Architectural Technology program.  However, students who successfully complete the first two years of this program may apply to graduate from the two-year Architectural Technician program.

Articulation Agreements

Educational Partners

Graduates of this program may qualify for the opportunity to earn a Bachelor of Architectural Technology and Construction Management degree from the Copenhagen School of Design and Technology (KEA) in Denmark, upon completion of two additional semesters of study and an internship.

Graduates of this program may qualify for advanced standing in the following programs:

  • RAIC Syllabus, which leads to the RAIC Professional Diploma in Architecture;
  • Bachelor of Applied Technology (Architecture – Project and Facility Management) at Conestoga College;
  • Bachelor of Building Science, Algonquin College
  • Bachelor of Technology (Construction Management) at George Brown College;
  • Bachelor of Technology (Civil Engineering Infrastructure Technology) at McMaster University.

Professional Associations

  • Ontario Association of Applied Architectural Sciences (OAAAS) membership, which can lead to Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) membership as a Licensed Technologist OAA;
  • Building Code Identification Number (BCIN), and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) professional credential.

Accreditation

CTAB Nationally Accredited Program

The Architectural Technology program has met the national technology accreditation requirements established by the Canadian Council of Technicians and Technologists (CCTT) and, as such, has received national accreditation status by the Canadian Technology Accreditation Board (CTAB).

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Career Outlook

  • Architectural Technologist
  • Architectural CAD Operator
  • Architectural Drafter
  • Design/Builder
  • Building Inspector
  • Municipal Plans Examiner
  • Specifications Writer
  • Building Material Sales Representative

Environmental Technology

Environment Technology

Program Description

Contribute to the future. Build a career where urban and human needs intersect with respect for the earth’s resources. You could become a leader in an industry that’s shaping our world.

As a student in the Environmental Technology program, you’ll be technically skilled and able to constructively work within traditional engineering industries. You’ll also possess leadership attributes and knowledge that will make a difference. Your studies will focus on environmental technology, water resources and applied sciences, engineering and problem-solving abilities, and public and communications skills.

In your final two semesters, you’ll benefit from advanced computer modelling, water management and analytical courses. Upon graduation, you’ll have the skills, understanding and ability to succeed within the environmental sector. This program is your key to a rewarding career in this exciting and fast-growing industry.

Pathways exist to other programs such as Environmental Sampling and Monitoring and Project Management – Environmental among others.

Admission Requirements

Program Eligibility:

  • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent with:
    • Grade 12 English: ENG4(C) or ENG4(U)
    • Grade 12 Mathematics: (C) or (U) or Grade 11 Mathematics: MCR3(U)
  • OR Mature Student Status (age 19 or older) with the above prerequisite course(s), their equivalent(s) or appropriate Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) Certificate program credits (see Academic Upgrading).

Note:

  • Students who do not meet these requirements may be given an alternate offer for the Applied Science and Technology Fundamentals certificate program.

Your Career

If you’re passionate about the environment, our Environmental Technology (EMT) program could have you working in a variety of rewarding roles in just six semesters. Your career could include employment with environmental, engineering, planning consulting firms, government agencies, private contractors, municipalities, utilities and telecommunication firms. Your work will involve environmental assessment investigations, environmental sampling, data collection and monitoring, mapping, data management, computer modelling, watershed planning, land development, construction monitoring, supervision and inspection, surveying, and municipal and transportation planning and engineering design. Earn your Environmental Technology advanced diploma and pursue a career as a designer, supervisor, project manager, co-ordinator, water resources modeller or inspector on construction projects, subdivisions and environmental protection and enhancement initiatives.

Co-operative Education Option

Students from both the Environmental Technology and Technician programs can benefit from an optional co-operative education program. Once you’ve completed semester one with passing grades in all subjects, and met appropriate GPA requirements, you’ll be eligible to apply.

There are valuable services to facilitate placement opportunities available for students enrolling in the program in semester two. You’ll gain access to them through the Co-op Professional Practice subject and co-op facilities. The co-op program consists of one work term from May to August that provides a wealth of valuable course-related experience, employer contacts and greater opportunities for permanent placement after graduation.

Transfer Pathways

Through transfer agreements and institution partnerships, graduates of this Seneca College program may be eligible for credit at the following post-secondary institution(s):

Toronto

University/College Degrees Available
York University • Bachelor in Environmental Studies (BES)

Ontario

University/College Degrees Available
University of Guelph • Bachelor of Bio-Resource Management – Environmental Management
Lakehead University • Honours Bachelor of Science in Forestry or Honours Bachelor of Environmental Management
• Honours Bachelor of Science (Water Resource Science)
• Honours Bachelor of Environmental Science (Biology) or Honours Bachelor of Environmental Science (Geography) program
• Honours Bachelor of Environmental Studies (Geography)
University of Ontario Institute of Technology • Bachelor of Applied Science (BASc) (Honours) in Nuclear Power – Bridge
• Bachelor of Arts (BA) (Honours) in Community Development and Policy Studies – Bridge
Western University • Bachelor of Science, Environmental Science

Canada

University/College Degrees Available
Cape Breton University • Bachelor of Engineering Technology – Environmental Studies
• Bachelor of Engineering Technology – Petroleum
Royal Roads University • Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science, Bachelor of Science in Environmental Management, Bachelor of Science in Environmental Practice or Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Practice

International

University/College Degrees Available
Griffith University • Bachelor of Environmental Management, Environmental Protection major, or Natural Resources and Pollution major

Courses

Please select the curriculum from the Academic Year in which you started (or will be starting) your studies. An Academic Year begins in September and ends in August of the following year.

  • 2014/2015 Academic Year
  • 2015/2016 Academic Year

 

2014/2015 Academic Year
Semester 1 Courset Name Hrs/Wk
BEA001 CAD Fundamentals 4
EAC150 College English 3
EBE151 Introduction to Engineering and Built Environment 2
EVP151 Environmental Field Practices 1
EVS141 Environmental Science 3
GTY151 Geomorphology and Geology 4
HSP151 Health and Safety Practices 1
MTA001 Mathematics I 3
Semester 2 Course Name Hrs/Wk
CHE251 Fundamentals of Chemistry 6
ECD251 Environmental CAD 4
MTA002 Mathematics II 3
SIP251 Sampling Instrumentation and Practices 3
SVE001 Surveying I 4
XXXXXX General Education Option 3
CPP100 Co-op Professional Theory (co-op option only) 1
Co-op Work Term 1
CWT100 Co-op Work-Term (co-op option only)
Semester 3 Course Name Hrs/Wk
ATE351 Aquatic and Terrestrial Ecology 4
CHE351 Environmental Chemistry 6
GEM351 Soil Science and Geomechanic Principles 4
STA351 Environmental Statistics 3
SVE002 Surveying II 4
XXXXXX General Education Option 3
CPP200 Co-op Professional Practice (co-op option only) 1
Semester 4 Course Name Hrs/Wk
ELR451 Environmental Law and Regulations 3
GIS451 Environmental Geographic Information Systems 3
HDG451 Environmental Hydrology 3
HYD451 Applied Hydraulics for Environmental Technology 4
RMS451 Remote Sensing and Image Interpretation 3
TEC400 Technical Communications 3
XXXXXX General Education Option 3
Co-op Work Term 2
CWT200 Co-op Work-Term II (co-op option only)
Semester 5 Course Name Hrs/Wk
EPM551 Environmental Project Management 3
ETR591 Engineering Technical Report I 2
GIS551 Advanced Environmental GIS 4
LDS551 Landscape Practices 4
PLN551 Planning Policy and Regulations 5
WRM551 Fundamentals of Water Resources Modeling 4
Semester 6 Course Name Hrs/Wk
AMA651 Advanced Modelling Applications 4
ETR592 Engineering Technical Report II 3
MPT651 Municipal Engineering Systems 4
PPE651 Professional Practices and Ethics 3
WMD651 Water Management Systems Design 4

 

2015/2016 Academic Year
Semester 1
CAD Fundamentals
College English
Environmental Field Practices
Mathematics 111*
Environmental Science
Geoorphology and Soils
Semester 2
Fundamentals of Chemistry
Environmental CAD
Mathematics II
Sampling and Instrumentation Practices
Surveying I
Technical Communications
Co-op Professional Theory (co-op option only)
Co-op Work Term 1
Co-op Work-Term
Semester 3
Aquatic and Terrestrial Ecology
Environmental Cehmistry
Soil Science and Geomechanic Principles
Environmental Statistics
Surveying II
General Education Option
Co-op Professional Practice (co-op option only)
Semester 4
Environmental Law and Regulations
Environmental Geographic Information Systems
Environmental Hydrology
Applied Hydraulics for Environmental Technology
Remote Sensing and Image Interpretation
General Education Option
General Education Option
Co-op Work Term 2
Co-op Work-Term II
Semester 5
Engineering Technical Report I
Advanced Environmental GIS
Watershed Management
Planning Policy and Regulations
Fundamentals of Water Resources Modelling
Semester 6
Environmental Project Management
Engineering Technical Report II
Municipal Engineering Systems
Professional Practices and Ethics
Water Management Systems Design

* Based on the outcome of the Skills Assessment Test, students may be placed in a different mathematics course.

Sources : http://www.senecacollege.ca/fulltime/EMT.html

Contact Us

C.Ed. Overseas Education
284, First Floor, Satya Niketan,  Opp. Sri Venkateswara College, South Campus Road,  Dhaula Kuan, New Delhi – 110021
Ph: +91 11 2688 1412,  +91 90137 80243
Website : www.cedoverseas.com Email ID : info@cedoverseas.com

Master of Business Administration

Master of Business Administration
Master of Business Administration (MBA in Canada)

Simon Fraser University – Segal Graduate School of Business

A contemporary, full time, MBA for individuals with non-business undergraduate degrees and under five years of professional work experience. A two-year curriculum is condensed into 12 months of intensive coursework, designed to provide students with a broad portfolio of skills as they advance their young careers. This MBA program was launched in September 2007. It is the first of its kind and is still unique in Canada.

Program Overview

The full time MBA is a hands-on, fast-track program that lasts just 12 months, but prepares you for a lifetime of career opportunities.

  • The core curriculum builds a foundation in functional management areas: finance, accounting, marketing, operations, economics and strategy.
  • A set of exploratory courses encourages you to observe and question your assumptions: an international field study trip to a Pacific Rim country; essays that examine and strategically analyse a region, industry or firm; a new ventures course that develops the entrepreneurial vision and mindset; and a three-to-eight month internship at the end of the academic program to consolidate and apply learning to the workplace.
  • We’ll transform how you view not just business, but your place in the world, with a series of courses that illuminate new perspectives on ethics, leadership and team building, cross-cultural management and sustainability.

Performance Testing

A vital component of the 12-month MBA is the internship following the academic program, since most students have minimal practical experience in management-track positions, and few opportunities to obtain that needed experience. The internship will enhance your resume with paid work experience. It is also a perfect opportunity to make industry connections, identify possible positions you’d like to explore, and create introductions to other organizations that may be looking for management trainees. Unlike other programs, our Internship comes at the end of the academic program, so graduates can transition directly into the workforce.

Accelerated Pace

The 12-month academic curriculum is the equivalent of most 18 – 24 month programs. We’ve compressed the schedule by eliminating extended downtimes between the three semesters and filling the time with options like the international field study trip.

Why the intensity? Your time is valuable. We treat it as such. MBA programs are expensive, not only in tuition costs but in the time they take you out of the marketplace. We have priced this program to be a rare value. And by compressing the curriculum, we lower your opportunity costs as well.

Distance Training

Vancouver’s location on the Pacific Rim makes it essential to understand how to do business in international arenas, especially Asia.

MBA students will have the opportunity to join an international field study trip, scheduled for Spring 2009. Destinations under consideration: Tokyo or Mumbai. Led by respected faculty members in international business, this is a unique look at business practices, cultural differences and future opportunities. The trip will include site visits, lectures, cultural events and social networking with MBA students from the host university.

Skilled Coaching

The Career Management Centre at SFU Business Segal Graduate School is on a mission. Their objective is to work with you from the time you start your program, making you a sought-after candidate for internships and creating opportunities and connections to business as you search for your first post-program position.

The Career Management Centre not only equips you with the tools to strengthen your career options as you complete your MBA, it also teaches you skills you can use throughout your entire career journey. In modules that build on one another, you’ll discover:

  • Your areas of strength and how to apply them to maximize your career potential
  • How to create and implement a career action plan
  • Work search strategies
  • How to create effective resumes and job search letters
  • Strategies to excel in interviews
  • Techniques to improve salary negotiations
  • Business etiquette, networking and dress-for-success advice

Qualification Requirements

  • Undergraduate degree in a discipline other than business, with a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 3.0 (75% or “B”) or successful completion of the SFU Graduate Diploma in Business Administration with a 3.5 CGPA
  • Five years or less work experience
  • GMAT minimum of 550
  • Demonstrated proficiency in English. Students whose first language is not English, or who obtained their undergraduate degree from an institution where the main language of instruction was not English, are required to take either the TOEFL or IELTS
  • Three letters of reference from supervisors or professors and colleagues
  • Personal statement including self-evaluation and educational objectives

Contact for Admissions 

C.Ed. Overseas Education
284, First Floor, Satya Niketan,  Opp. Sri Venkateswara College, South Campus Road,  Dhaula Kuan, New Delhi – 110021
Ph: +91 11 4941 5471,  +91 90137 80243
Website : www.cedoverseas.com Email ID : info@cedoverseas.com

Civil Engineering Technology Program

PROGRAM Civil Engineering Technology
DURATION 3 years (6 semesters)
STARTING MONTH September, January
CERTIFICATION Ontario College Advanced Diploma
METHOD OF STUDY Full Time

The Civil Engineering Technology advanced diploma program focuses on civil infrastructure design, construction, repair and restoration strategies, business and management optimization, and applied research related to the current and emerging tools of infrastructure management and renewal. Students gain the knowledge and skills needed to address infrastructure deterioration by investigating and applying the latest technologies to solving problems.

Description

Canada’s civil infrastructure delivers essential services and is comprised of highways, roads and bridges, as well as systems for water supply, storm water management and waste water treatment. Many elements of this infrastructure are deteriorating and, in addition, there is a growing need to examine and update systems that were designed to transport energy and fuel to include renewable energy sources.

The Civil Engineering Technology advanced diploma program focuses on civil infrastructure design, construction, repair and restoration strategies, business and management optimization, and applied research related to the current and emerging tools of infrastructure management and renewal.

Students will gain the knowledge and skills needed to address infrastructure deterioration by investigating and applying the latest technologies to solving problems. Students will be able to make the business decisions leading to lower maintenance and repair costs, along with higher levels of service to promote public health, the environment and the economic prosperity of our communities.

Program Standards and Learning Outcomes

Program standards apply to all similar programs of instruction offered by colleges across the province. Each program standard for a postsecondary program of instruction includes the following elements:

  • Vocational standard (the vocationally specific learning outcomes which apply to the program in question),
  • Essential employability skills (the essential employability skills learning outcomes which apply to all programs of instruction), and
  • General education requirement (the requirement for general education in postsecondary programs of instruction).

The vocational and essential employability skills components of program standards are expressed in terms of learning outcomes. Learning outcomes represent culminating demonstrations of learning and achievement. In addition, learning outcomes are interrelated and cannot be viewed in isolation of one another. As such, they should be viewed as a comprehensive whole. They describe performances that demonstrate that significant integrated learning by graduates of the program has been achieved and verified.

View standards and outcomes by program.

Source: Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities website

Code Course name
BLDG1025 Construction Field Practices
BLDG1026 Housing and Small Building Construction
BLDG1043 Quantity Surveying
GSCI1022 Building Science and the Environment
COMM1007 College English**
MATH1136 Mathematics for Building Technologies I

SEMESTER 2

Code Course name
BLDG1013 Site Planning & Regulations
BLDG1042 Construction Theory – Methods and Materials
BLDG1141 Construction Graphics 1
BLDG1144 Site Development – Erosion Control
MATH1146 Mathematics for Building Technologies 2
GHUM1106 History of Architecture

SEMESTER 3

Code Course name
BLDG1050 Portfolio
BLDG2045 Construction Site Management, Supervision and Inspection
BLDG2054 Structural Systems
BLDG2059 Construction Graphics 2
BLDG2063 Estimating Civil Works 1
COMM1113 Professional Communications
GNED General Education Elective

SEMESTER 4

Code Course name
BLDG2021 Construction Planning and Scheduling
BLDG2022 Law and Construction Contracts
BLDG2053 Civil Engineering Materials & Testing
BLDG2058 Standards and Quality Management
BLDG3003 Construction Safety Practices
BLDG3035 Estimating Civil Works 2
GNED General Education Elective

SEMESTER 5

Code Course name
BLDG2056 Municipal Services
BLDG3006 Construction Project Management: Contractual Viewpoint
BLDG3028 GIS Technology
BLDG3029 Advanced Methods in Computer Technology (SP)
BLDG3030 Environmental Assessment
BLDG3052 Construction Business Management

SEMESTER 6

Code Course name
BLDG2172 Technical Report Writing
BLDG3033 Value Engineering – Infrastructure
BLDG3034 Construction Graphics 3
BLDG3057 Applied Construction Management Practices
Code Course name
BLDG1025 Construction Field Practices
BLDG1026 Housing and Small Building Construction
BLDG1043 Quantity Surveying
GSCI1022 Building Science and the Environment
COMM1007 College English**
MATH1136 Mathematics for Building Technologies I

SEMESTER 2

Code Course name
BLDG1013 Site Planning & Regulations
BLDG1042 Construction Theory – Methods and Materials
BLDG1141 Construction Graphics 1
BLDG1144 Site Development – Erosion Control
MATH1146 Mathematics for Building Technologies 2
GHUM1106 History of Architecture

SEMESTER 3

Code Course name
BLDG1050 Portfolio
BLDG2045 Construction Site Management, Supervision and Inspection
BLDG2054 Structural Systems
BLDG2059 Construction Graphics 2
BLDG2063 Estimating Civil Works 1
COMM1113 Professional Communications
GNED General Education Elective

SEMESTER 4

Code Course name
BLDG2021 Construction Planning and Scheduling
BLDG2022 Law and Construction Contracts
BLDG2053 Civil Engineering Materials & Testing
BLDG2058 Standards and Quality Management
BLDG3003 Construction Safety Practices
BLDG3035 Estimating Civil Works 2
GNED General Education Elective

SEMESTER 5

Code Course name
BLDG2056 Municipal Services
BLDG3006 Construction Project Management: Contractual Viewpoint
BLDG3028 GIS Technology
BLDG3029 Advanced Methods in Computer Technology (SP)
BLDG3030 Environmental Assessment
BLDG3052 Construction Business Management

SEMESTER 6

Code Course name
BLDG2172 Technical Report Writing
BLDG3033 Value Engineering – Infrastructure
BLDG3034 Construction Graphics 3
BLDG3057 Applied Construction Management Practices

Your Career

Graduates of the Civil Engineering Technology advanced diploma program will have developed skills related to the construction and maintenance of civil infrastructures, including optimizing and managing infrastructures such as:

  • transportation systems, above and below ground (e.g. roads, rail systems and urban transit systems)
  • water supply (e.g. waste treatment and dams)
  • energy facilities (e.g. municipal facilities and utilities)

Graduates will have the expertise necessary to be employed by governments, municipalities, consulting firms and construction companies, and to guide the rehabilitation, replacement and future development of Canada’s civil infrastructure.

Career opportunities include job titles such as:

  • quality control engineer
  • project quality control field inspector
  • safety supervisor
  • construction jobsite engineer
  • construction project manager
  • field engineer
  • scheduling analyst
  • computer aided designer

Contact For Admissions

C.Ed. Overseas Education
284, First Floor, Satya Niketan,  Opp. Sri Venkateswara College, South Campus Road,  Dhaula Kuan, New Delhi – 110021
Ph: +91 11 4941 5471,  +91 90137 80243
Website : www.cedoverseas.com Email ID : info@cedoverseas.com

 

Mohawk College’s (Canada) Course

Mohawk College

MOHAWK COLLEGE (SPP COLLEGE) JAN – 2016

Mohawk College’s (Canada) Course & other details required for Admission for JAN – 2016 Intake

 

Above Mohawk College:

Ø  Public Funded & Govt. College, Covered under SPP Program.

Ø  Mohawk College is fully accredited and funded by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities and is a member of the Association of Community Colleges of Canada.

Ø  As of 2014 more than 1,000 faculty instruct roughly 12,500 full-time students, 46,000 continuing education students and 1,800 international students and studying in over 100 post-secondary and apprenticeship programs.

Ø  Since its founding in 1966, over 1,00,000 students have graduated from Mohawk College.
Campuses                         :              Fennell, Brantford Campus & Stoney Creek

Location                            :              Hamilton, Ontario, Canada (1 hours’ drive from Toronto)

Application Fees             :              No Application Fees (WAIVER)

IELTS Requirements     :              For PG Program IELTS Overall 6.5 Bands not less than 6.0

For Diploma & Certificate IELTS Overall 6.0 Bands not less than 5.5

(Some program require 6.5 minimum with no bands less than 6.0)

Application Deadline     :              December 4th, 2015

Tuition Fees                     :              $13,000 to $15,000 CAD

 

Important Points:

  1. Offer Letter Processing time 10 – 15 Days.
  2. Student Active Email-id & Contact Number Required.
  3. Co-op program have a non-refundable Co-op fee added to each term tuition fees. The Co-op fee is $475 per term.
  4. Most Courses require grade 12 Math as part of their admission requirements.
  5. Add $100.00 CAD late fee, if paid after Due Date.
  6. Conditional offers will be issued with immediate effect (Original offers will not be revised with IELTS test scores. Applicants should attach a copy of their original test score along with their conditional offer to your visa application, to satisfy the                         condition for visa purposes). Proof of completion must be forwarded to the International Education Department prior to registration. Failure to do so will make you ineligible for admission to the program.

 

SPP ADMISSION CRITERIA / GUIDELINES FOR HIGHER CHANCE OF VISA: (Recommended by CIC / Colleges).

  1. Fresher’s with good academics (​55% and above)​ will have good chanceto get admit Visa
  2. ​Gap in studies cannot be more than 2 years (do not submit fraud experience certificate) for undergraduates and not more than 5 years for graduates
  3. Backlogs in core subjects and number of backlogs in same subject are being viewed with caution. Maximum number of 8 backlogs will be accepted (For 12+4 Maximum 8 Backlogs & for 12+3 Maximum 4 Backlogs).
  4. Minimum 55 % and above (highersecond class) is must ,However priority will be given to 60 % and above marks students​
  5. In case of more than 8 backlogs – there should be 60 % in last 2 semester and no backlogs
  6. Core subject grads should be minimum 50 % and above including Math & English

 

PROGRAM LIST FOR JANUARY – 2016 INTAKE

Program Code Courses Requirements Campus
1  & 2 Year PG ProgramIELTS Requirement 6.5 Bands not less than 6.0
116 International Business Management B.Com, M.Com, B.B.A., Commerce Degree or Business related experience Fennell
117 Global Business Management (Pending for approved) Bachelor Degree in Business, IELTS Band 6.5 Overall with no band less than 6.0 Fennell
993 Canadian Health Care (2 Year) For all Health Care Degree,IELTS Band 6.5 Overall with no band less than 6.0 IAHS
2 Years Diploma ProgramOverall 6.0 Bands no band less than 5.5
316/356 Business – Accounting Grade 11 Mathematics, C, M or U level or equivalent (M or U level recommended) Fennell
303 Business – Financial Services Grade 11 Mathematics, C, M or U level or equivalent (M or U level recommended) Fennell
320 Business – General Grade 11 Mathematics, C, M or U level or equivalent (M or U level recommended) Fennell
319 Business – Marketing Grade 11 Mathematics, C, M or U level or equivalent (M or U level recommended) Fennell
286 Community & Justice Services Law and /or Community and Justice Services courses recommended Fennell
447 Computer Systems Technician – Network Systems Grade 12 Mathematics, C (MCT4C recommended) or U (For Diploma in IT / Computer / EC) Fennell
455 Computer Systems Technician – Network Systems (Co-op) Grade 12 Mathematics, C (MCT4C recommended) or U (For Diploma in IT / Computer / EC) Fennell
548 Computer Systems Technician – Software Support Grade 12 Mathematics, C (MCT4C recommended) or U (For Diploma in IT / Computer / EC) Fennell
558 Computer Systems Technician – Software Support (Co-op) Grade 12 Mathematics, C (MCT4C recommended) or U (For Diploma in IT / Computer / EC) Fennell
213 Early Childhood Education IELTS Band 6.5 Overall with no band less than 6.0,(For B.A., B. Ed, 12th ) Fennell
747 Educational Support Grade 12 Mathematics (6.5 Bands no band less than 6.0) Fennell
403 Electrical Engineering Technician – Power Grade 12 Mathematics, C (MCT4C recommended) or U (For Diploma Electrical or Electronics) Stoney Creek
208 General Arts & Science Grade 10 Mathematics, D or P level or equivalent is recommended for students taking Math and Science courses Fennell
268 Health, Wellness and Fitness Grade 12 (For Physiotherapy ) Fennell
318/368 Insurance Grade 11 Mathematics, C, M or U level or equivalent Fennell
413 Manufacturing Engineering Technician – Automation (Industrial Mechanic Millwright) Grade 12 Foundations for College Mathematics (MAP4C) recommended (For Degree or Diploma in Mechanical / Instrumentation) Stoney Creek
327 Office Administration – Executive Basic computer and keyboarding skills recommended Fennell
328 Office Administration – Legal Basic computer and keyboarding skills recommended Fennell
329 Office Administration – Medical Excellent reading comprehension, spelling, and basic computer and keyboarding skills recommended Fennell
285 Paralegal For B.Law, LLB Fennell
314 Tourism & Travel Grade 12 equivalent to be considered for further education Fennell
293/294 Protection, Security & Investigation (Formerly Law & Security Administration – Private Security) (Co-Op) Law and /or Community and Justice Services courses recommended Fennell
215 Social Service Worker IELTS Band 6.5 Overall with no band less than 6.0 (for 12th , B.S.W) Fennell
3 Years Diploma ProgramOverall 6.0 Bands no band less than 5.5
632 Business Administration (Advanced) Grade 11 Mathematics, C, M or U level or equivalent (M or U level recommended) Fennell
651 Broadcasting – Television and Communications Media IELTS Band 6.5 Overall with no band less than 6.0, Experience in Media or related skill Fennell
555 Computer Systems Technology – Network Engineering & Security Analyst (Co-op) Grade 12 Mathematics, C (MCT4C recommended) or U (For Diploma in IT / Computer / EC) Fennell
559 Computer Systems Technology – Software Development (Co-Op) Grade 12 Mathematics, C (MCT4C recommended) or U (For Diploma in IT / Computer / EC) Fennell
536 Electrical Engineering Technology – Control (Co-Op) Grade 12 Mathematics, U or MCT4C or MAP4C ≥ 80% or equivalent*
Senior Physics and Chemistry are recommended (For Diploma Electrical or Electronics)
Fennell
360 Energy Systems Engineering Technology Grade 12 Mathematics, U or MCT4C or MAP4C ≥ 80% or equivalent*
Senior Physics and Chemistry are recommended
(For Diploma Electrical or Electronics)
Fennell
508 Graphic Design Grade 12, Preference will be given to applicants who have submitted a portfolio Fennell
529 Mechanical Engineering Technology Co-op Grade 12 Mathematics;·        Physics and Chemistry are recommended·         (For Diploma or Degree in Mechanical Engineering) Fennell
469 Massage Therapy Grade 11 Mathematics, minimum C level (M or U level recommended)
Grade 11 or 12 Chemistry, Biology OR Physics (For B. Physiotherapy)
Fennell
1 Year Certificate ProgramOverall 6.0 Bands no band less than 5.5
110 Personal Support Worker Grade 12 Math IAHS
230 General Arts & Science Grade 10 Mathematics, C, M, U or equivalent is recommended for students taking Math and Science courses Fennell
270 Art and Design Foundations Grade 12 Math Fennell
380 Office Administration Grade 12, Basic Computer & keyboarding skills recommended Fennell
486 Utilities Systems Operator Senior Mathematics is recommended Stoney Creek
716 Retail Pharmacy Assistant Grade 12

 

LAMBTON COLLEGE – PROGRAM

LAMBTON COLLEGE (REVISED) PROGRAM AVAILABILITY LIST FOR JANUARY-2016

 

Lambton College is Government / Public Funded College; Covered under SPP. Very few SPP colleges in Canada offer PG (Graduate Diploma) programs on 6.0 IELTS bands only.

 

IELTS                                : Overall 6.0 bands in IELTS, no band less than 5.5 in each section.

Location                         : 1457 London Road, Sarnia Ontario (3.5 hrs. drive from Toronto)

Campuses                      1. Sarnia Campus 2. Toronto Campus

Application fees          : Fees Waived Off

 

LAMBTON COLLEGE PROGRAM AVAILABILITY LIST FOR JANUARY-2016

PROGRAM CODE PROGRAM NAME PROGRAM DURATION LEVEL OF STUDY
PROGRAMS OFFERED @ TORONTO CAMPUS
BSNT Business (12th H.S.C. with 50%  or Above) 2 Years Diploma
CCBT Cloud Computer for big Data (NEW) 2 Years PG
MADT Mobile Application Design & Development – FULL 2 Years PG
PMLT Advanced Project Management & Strategic Leadership – FULL 2 Years PG
HCLT Health Care Leadership 1 Year PG
AHCT Advanced Health Care Leadership 2 Years PG
EPMT Enterprise Project Management – FULL 1 Year PG
FPWT Financial Planning & Wealth Management – FULL 2 Years PG
MMPT Marketing Management & Professional Selling 2 Years PG
OHST Occupational Health & Safety Management 2 Years PG
QEMT Quality Engineering Management – FULL 2 Years PG
HRMT Hotel & Resort Management  (New) 2 Year PG
CSAT Computer Software & Database Development (New) 2 Year PG
PROGRAMS OFFERED @ SARNIA CAMPUS
BUSN Business  (12th H.S.C. with 50% or Above) 2 Years Diploma
BGEN Business Administration – General (Co-op)               (12th H.S.C. with 50%  or Above) 3 Years Advanced Diploma
BACC Business Administration – Accounting (Co-op)        (12th H.S.C. with 50%  or Above) – CLOSED 3 Years Advanced Diploma
BMAN Business Management – General (Co-op) 2 Years PG
BMIB Business Management – International Business 2 Years PG
BMHR Business Management – Human Resources (Co-op) 2 Years PG
ITPC Information Technology Professional 2 Years PG
PTNX Power Engineering Technician – Accelerated(Only suitable for Mechanical Engineering) 1 Years(3 Sem) Diploma
PETX Power Engineering Technology – Accelerated – Co-op(Only suitable for Mechanical Engineering) 2 Years (6 Sem) Advanced Diploma
IPRO Internet Programming and Database Management 1 Year PG
IPRC Internet Programming and Database Management (Co-op) 2 Years PG
HRMG Human Resource Management 1 Year PG

University of Fraser Valley

University of Fraser Valley

University of Fraser Valley

University of Fraser Valley

We are happy to announce that we now Represent one of the top Universities in Canada, University of Fraser Valley.

Key points
– 42 year old Public University
– Located in British Columbia province
– 40 mins from Vancouver City
– enrols approximately 15,000 students per year
– more than 100 programs, including 2 master’s degrees, 15 bachelor’s degrees, majors, minors, and extended minors
– more than 30 subject areas
– more than 12 trades and technology programs.
– Co-op Education

About the University
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.

Faculties and schools
UFV’s academic activity is organized into “faculties”, and “schools”. Currently, the university has five faculties and three schools. The Faculty of Arts is the largest faculty with sixteen departments, closely followed by the Faculty of Trades and Technology while the Faculty of Science has eight departments.

Research
UFV is home to ten research centres and institutes; additionally, the Chilliwack Campus is the site of the new BC Centre of Excellence for Agriculture. Much of the research conducted at UFV, in particular through the activities of centres such as the Agriburban Research Centre and the Centre for Indo-Canadian Studies, focuses on issues of regional concern.

Major Features
Credit Transfer Systems
This University offers a unique credit transfer system for Indian Students. The students who have completed 3year bachelors degree in India are eligible for obtain credits for pursuing bachelors degree from UFV.

They are presently offering upto 100% credits to graduate students from University of Mumbai and up to 50% credit to students graduated from Universities in Punjab.

The credits given to the students is subject to individual assessment of the student profile and he final decision on the credits granted will be taken by the university professionals.

Co- Op Education
The University of Fraser Valley is offering Co- Op education in the areas of

Arts
Criminal Justice
Business Administration
Computer Information Systems
Library and Information Technology
Sciences

The Co- Op education is also considered as a part of study the students who have completed 2 semesters in the University can take a break during their studies ad complete their 1 year Co- Op and come back to the University for completing the course.

The University also houses a dedicated Co- Op Edu Office which works with employers on behalf of the students. and helps students to find their Co Op employment.

IELTS Requirements
Direct Entry – 6.5 no band less than 6.
Minimum Entry –  6.0 no band less than 5.5 – Such students will have to undergo a 4 month foundation course in English learning 2 English courses + 3 Academic courses of goal program

Fanshawe’s London Campus

Welcome to Fanshawe’s London Campus

Fanshawe College boasts six unique locations in Southwestern Ontario. Our campus in London, Ontario is built for learning but has everything you need for living — residences, restaurants, sports and fitness facilities, library, stores and more — right beside state-of-the-art classrooms.

London, Ontario is recognized in Canada and around the world as a centre for education and cutting-edge research. It’s also one of Ontario’s main business and cultural hubs, yet has a quality of life you can’t find in most large cities.

Fanshawe College has:

  • 40 co-op programs
  • Over 100 articulation agreements with postsecondary institutions around the world
  • Excellent services for students with physical or learning needs
  • 116 full-time programs, including graduate and degree programs
  • 17,350 full-time students and 26,000 part-time students annually
  • Over 2,500 apprentices
  • 1,200 international students from more than 50 countries
  • 160,000 alumni living and working around the world
  • A full range of lifelong learning opportunities through Continuing Education and corporate training services

    Graduate Studies

    Land a career in the following industries:

    Building Technology

    Construction Project Management

    Business and Management

    Human Resources Management

    International Business  Management

    Logistics and Supply Chain Management

    Marketing Management

    Operations Management

    Project Management

    Professional Financial Services

    Insurance and Risk Management

    Communications

    Corporate Communication and Public Relation

    Contemporary Media

    3D Animation and Character Design

    Advanced Filmmaking

    Audio Post-Production

    Broadcast Journalism – Television News

    Contemporary Media: Theory and Production

    Interactive Media Specialist

    Visual Effects and Editing For Contemporary Media

    Continuing Education

    Career Development Practitioner

    College Teaching

    Early Childhood Administration

    Design

    Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

    Technical Costume Studies

    Human Services & Health Sciences
    Child and Youth Worker (Fast Track)

    Developmental Services Worker (Fast Track)

    Early Childhood Education (Fast Track)

    Magnetic Resonance Imaging

    Social Service Worker (Fast Track)

    Hospitality

    Artisanal Culinary Arts

    Concierge Services – Guest Relations Specialist

    Hospitality and Tourism Operations Management

    Retirement Residence Management

    Information Technology

    Game Development – Advanced Programming

    Health Systems Management

    Information Security Management

    Network Security Architecture

    Software and Information Systems Testing

    Manufacturing

    Practical Elements of Mechanical Engineering

    Public Safety

    Paralegal

    Applying to Fanshawe 2015—2016

    Term Start     :               Important Dates (some programs may have different dates, specific information will be sent to applicants)

    FALL  2015     :               Admission Conditions must be met by August 18, 2015 First day of classes for most programs is September 8, 2015

    WINTER  2016              :               Admission Conditions must be met by December 9, 2015First day of classes for most programs is January 6, 2016

    SUMMER  2016           :               Admission Conditions must be met by April 11, 2016
    First day of classes for most programs is May 2, 2016

    Application & Admissions Timeline for Level One

    December 1, 2014 ~ Application Download
    February 1, 2015 ~ Equal Consideration Deadline
    May 1, 2015 ~ Confirmation Deadline

    Application & Admissions Timeline for Level Two & Above

    Fall term start:         Applications must be received by May 1st for guaranteed consideration.

    Winter term start:      Applications must be received by November 1st for guaranteed consideration.

    Summer term start:    Applications must be received by March 1st for guaranteed consideration.

    Tuition and fee policy 

    This includes terms which consist of clinical experience or field placement activities.

    Fees: Breaking it Down

    Total Fees Due Per Term: a combination of Tuition Fees, Mandatory Non-Tuition Fees, Program Specific Fees and Co-op Fees (if applicable).

    Types of Fees:

    Tuition Fees are established following the guidelines of the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities and includes a $100.00 non-refundable Confirmation Fee.

    Mandatory Non-Tuition Fees are fees which students pay in addition to tuition fees and are established following the guidelines of the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities.

    Program Specific Fees are fees students are required to pay in addition to tuition and mandatory non-tuition fees and are specific to the program/level.

    Co-operative Education Fees are payable by students registered in Co-operative Education programs. The Co-operative Education fee pays for the services of co-operative education consultants who provide co-op students with assistance to meet the requirements for a Co-op endorsed diploma.

    General Expenses are program related expenses that a student can be expected to pay in addition to Tuition amounts.

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