Senior High School
Students can be admitted into Senior High School Program grades 10 -12 leading to the the award of the Canadian High School Diploma.With this Diploma,they are eligible for admission into any north American or European University for their degree programs.
Degree Foundation Program
This is a one-year program for students who already have a SSCE or are awaiting their SSCE Results. Students with top grades are awarded automatic entrance scholarship into university on completion of this program
Requirements: SS1 – SS3 transcripts. Six credits including Maths and English in SSCE or NECO.
Many Canadian and international students start their university studies by taking the university transfer program which in some cases could span a period of two years. At the end of the program, students transfer their credits to the university to complete their degree courses.
Colleges offer supportive environments to make student adaptation easier and are dedicated to students’ success.While some colleges also offer degree programs, class sizes are small and tution fees are lower.
Requirements: SS1 – SS3 transcripts. Six credits including Maths and English in SSCE or NECO with a minimum of C5.
University and University Colleges
Canadian universities offer all programs that are available in most instituitions from Arts to Business, Engineering e.t.c University colleges are a combination of University and College.They have smaller class sizes and offer degree programs,technical courses, as well as university transfer courses.
Requirements: SS1-SS3 Transcripts. Six credits including Maths and English in SSCE or NECO with a minimum of C5.
* Limited schools accept NECO
Requirements for Post Graduate Programs
First Class and Second Class Upper Degrees
* And other requirements as requested by the University.
Tuition ranges from $8,000 to $20,000 (CND) per year. Fees defer from one province to another in Canada. All fees are in Canadian dollars.
The Cost of Living for 12 months ranges from $8,000 to $10,000 (CND) .There are various types of residential facilities available,which include: college or university residence,homestay arrangements where students live with Canadian families, unique residential facilities in our Fort St.John residence where supervision is provided