Algonquin College School


Ottawa, 1385 Woodroffe Avenue


Ontario K2G 1V8

T: 613-727-4723

1. Outline of the

- Founded in 1967, the Algonquin College has campuses in Ottawa. (The capital of Canada, with a population of 1.3 million people, Ottawa has all the advantages of big city 1), Perth and Pembroke

- This is where you can meet many people from different cultures, different regions of the world.

- Public transport in the city of Ottawa and the surrounding areas are appreciated. Can use buses, cars ... to move

2. Why Algonquin College School

- Statistics of students:

+ Full-time School: 20000

+ Continuing education: nearly 43,000 registrations

- Over 1300 students from over 100 different countries joined the

- Students from 25 years and older accounted for 23%; 20-24 years old: 41%, under 20: 36%

- Gender female: 47% male: 53%

- Lecturer dedicated internal teach experienced cancer reform program

The success demonstrated by the numbers:

  • 90% of graduates have jobs after 6 months
  • 96% of graduates recommend to younger students
  • 92% of employers are satisfied with the quality of teaching in schools
  • 5.867 graduates last year
  • 445 sets the new vocational training
  • 1,200 students improve basic skills and expertise

- Students have the choice of three (depending on lifestyle, comfort level and financial capabilities): Homestay (living with a native family), hostels or rented home,

- Get assistance in handling documents related to immigration and citizenship Canada or malfunctions of learning permit extension, temporary resident visa, work opportunities, social insurance number (SIN)

- Students will become more proficient in speaking and writing by students of foreign language teachers are certified to teach TESOL

- To participate in sports events, cultural, social and professional development by the student organizations launched.

- Join Free workshops will reap professional skills, as typical resume writing, interview skills, how to avoid plagiarism ....

Mentoring programs for students

- Provide information to guide students need to learn, build relationships friends ...

3. Discipline

159 training programs

30 Training and Certification Program

67 training college degree

26 training programs graduate degree

36 training program graduation certificates

61 online learning program

21 vocational programs

29 internship program

4 curriculum links

- Bachelor of specialized IT tin array design, multimedia might be considered Carleton University

- Bachelor of tin IT technical specialist network- array Carleton University

- Bachelor of tin IT specialist photonic array technology and laser- Carleton University

- Bachelor of Duong University of Ottawa

4 degree program

- Bachelor of Interior Design biz

- Bachelor of trade and supply chain management business online

- Bachelor of Tourism Management and Customer Service

- Bachelor of Science in Construction

Subjects include technology architecture, audit, advanced network technology, animation production, marketing-business Management, Computer Engineering Technology, Dental Hygiene, American Science and General arts, graphic Design, game Development, office of Management and many others

4. Scheduling

- Month 1,5,9

Be filed any time of the year, encouraged to apply early are preferred learning programs like that

5. Entry requirements

1. University and certificate training programs

- Graduate from high school, the lowest score: 6

*English level

- Minimum TOEFL: 80 (test online and without all under 20); 550 (all papers); 213 (all on)

- Or IELTS Overall: at least grade 6.0 (no band less than 5.5 yet)

- Or CAEL total 60

2. Bachelor Program

- Graduate from high school, the lowest score: 7, include a copy of the English School batrinh:

Minimum TOEFL: 580 (all papers); 220 (all on); 88 (all online)

Or IELTS Overall: minimum 6.5 (minimum 6.0 ko6ng with band)

Or a total of 70 points CAEL and writing skills 60

Graduate programs

TOEFL: 580 (all papers); 237 (all on); 88 (all online)

Or IELTS Overall: minimum 6.5 (no band below 6.0)

Or CAEL total 70

6. Fees:

The cost depends on the program you learn where you live. Most students are required to pay $ 15,000 CAD $ 10,000 tuition and living expenses in CAD per year. Tuition fees include

Cost estimates for 1 student in 12 months

  • 8 months Tuition: $ 12.500 - $ 16.000
  • Books and administrative costs: $ 1.000 - $ 1.500
  • Travel (bus): $ 935
  • Clothing: $ 800
  • Classified money: $ 1.150
  • Living expenses: $ 10.075

Total: $ 26,500 range

7. Scholarship:

Scholarships for students of the school year with achievements, qualities worthy of average scores in English proficiency and high ratings from the top down. 16 interest annually ($ 3000 / interest) for students

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