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COLLEGE OF NEW CALEDONIA About the College of New Caledonia (CNC)

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Your Campus: Prince George

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University Transfer

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Associate Degrees

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University Partners

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Unique Programs

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Post Diplomas

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Health Sciences

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Applied Research

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Accommodation

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Student Services

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Study Abroad

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Work and Study | Work After Graduation

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Programs at a Glance

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The ESL Advantage

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Become a Student

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They say when you start college, you leave home. What they don’t tell you is that when you enroll in studies at the College of New Caledonia, there’s a great new home ready and waiting for you.

In this warm, caring academic environment, you are encircled by a group of peers, advisors and faculty ready to guide, nurture and enrich you. This is where we excel, helping our students every step of the way. You may have traveled far to get here but one thing is for sure: at the College of New Caledonia you’ll feel right at home. Students come to the College of New Caledonia for an education. But they leave with so much more than the skills they need to launch a successful career. At CNC, we prepare you for your next phase in life, whether it’s continuing on to a big university or launching your new career. But we also help you build and develop life skills. It’s a philosophy we integrate throughout our college. You’ll see it in our small class sizes, where instructors get to know you, delivering individual attention and encouragement to help you succeed. You’ll see it in the close bonds and lifelong friendships you will develop with one another. And you’ll see it in your career success post-graduation. The reason? CNC students leave equipped with greater maturity, confidence and accomplishments. You’ll leave with academic knowledge and life skills that position you on the cusp of great achievement no matter where you go.

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Your Campus:

Prince George Your college experience goes far beyond your campus and classrooms. In Prince George, you’re immersed in a city of 80,000, yet one that maintains its small-town energy and vibrant college vibe. Wondering what your life will be like? Picture a leisurely Saturday morning at your favorite coffee shop or depending on the season, stroll through one of the many shopping malls, listen to music in the park, or go skiing or snowboarding at a nearby hill. By the time midterms roll around, you’ll have chosen your favourite restaurant to meet friends for a bite to eat before heading to a movie, play, dancing and live music or just a nice evening gathering at someone’s home. The quintessential Canadian cultural experience. Learn more about Prince George at www.tourismpg.com

FAST FACTS CANADA

One-hour flight from Vancouver Four-hour drive to Jasper National Park and the Canadian Rocky Mountains Safe, friendly, and affordable community Many hotels, shopping centres, restaurants, arts and cultural venues within city centre

BRITISH COLUMBIA

Prince George

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“Coming from Shanghai, I thought I wanted a big city like Vancouver, but once there I felt lonely and lost. That’s when I decided to move to a smaller city and college, and I’m so happy I did! As soon as I got to CNC, I joined the International Leadership and Ambassador program, meeting lots of Canadian and international students. I quickly learned more about Canadian culture and improved my English. I even ran for the Student Representative with the Student Union – and I was elected! Now I serve on the BC Federation of Students Executive which addresses students’ issues. All these opportunities opened up for me because at CNC, every student has a chance to shine.” Yang Yang | CNC Business student

“The College of New Caledonia was my first step on the path toward my educational goals. As a former student, I’ve experienced firsthand the quality programming delivered by the personable instructors. The education I received at CNC shaped my career path. The ease with which the programs could be transferred meant my transition to completing a Bachelor of Commerce, majoring in Finance, was seamless. When I was offered the job of CNC’s Financial Aid Assistant, the decision was easy. I work with amazing people, students and employees who make CNC such a great and welcoming place to be every day!”

University Transfer University transfer is a system that lets you take up to 60 credits at CNC and then transfer those credits to any university in British Columbia and many across Canada. When you finish your degree, you graduate from the university you transferred to. British Columbia boasts the best and most seamless college-to-university transfer system in Canada. Advantages of studying at CNC’s university transfer program include: • Same courses, same quality, same information as in university. • CNC instructors are personable, involved and available to meet with you. Teaching you is their main focus. • Small class sizes mean personal attention to individual students and a closer relationship with instructors and classmates. You’ll see the difference in your GPA as a result. • The courses you take at CNC are equivalent to a university, but cost less.

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The Associate Degrees in Arts and Science allow you to transfer into the third year of university at any public university in British Columbia. Associate degrees cover a broad range of university-level subjects, and prepare you for further education as well as for an enriched life as an educated person. All public universities in BC that offer traditional arts and science degrees guarantee 60 transfer credits for students who have completed an Associate of Arts Degree or an Associate of Science Degree.

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UNIVERSITY PARTNERS

Start Your Degree at CNC As a public college in British Columbia, the College of New Caledonia offers the first two years of university studies that transfer to the universities listed below. CNC international students can take between 24 to 60 credits of university courses.

Ranked among Canada’s top three primarily undergraduate universities (Maclean’s Magazine). Located 5 minutes away from CNC. www.unbc.ca • University transfer programs in Arts (Humanities) and Science • Dual enrollment (students can take courses at CNC and UNBC at the same time) Ranked among the most innovative art and design universities in the world (Red Dot Design). www.ecuad.ca • Guaranteed admission directly into second year Fine Arts when students earn a 3.00 or higher grade point average. Ranked among Canada’s top two medical/ doctoral universities (Maclean’s magazine) and the top 30 public universities in the world (The Times Higher Education). www.ubc.ca • Guaranteed admission in the Engineering Program • University transfer programs in Arts (Humanities) and Sciences Ranked among Canada’s top two comprehensive research universities (Maclean’s magazine) and the top 20 universities in the world under 50 years old (The Times Higher Education). www.uvic.ca • Engineering pathway • Guaranteed admission for university transfer programs in Arts (Humanities) and Science students into their 3rd year of study

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Internationally recognized teaching university located on Vancouver Island. www.viu.ca • University transfer programs in Arts (Humanities) and Science Ranked number one in Canada in the areas of “level of academic challenge” and “collaborative learning” (Maclean’s magazine) www.royalroads.ca Canada’s top ranked comprehensive research university (Maclean’s magazine) and among the top universities in the world (The Times Higher Education). www.sfu.ca Internationally recognized Canadian university located in British Columbia, earning the most “A Range” grades of any post-secondary institution in British Columbia, receiving “A Grades” in quality of education, studentfaculty interaction and ease of registration. www.ufv.ca Internationally recognized Canadian university located in British Columbia, operating as the only polytechnic university in Canada, providing undergraduate education in more than 200 diverse programs. www.kpu.ca One of BC’s largest universities offering unique distance learning opportunities and the ability to ladder credits from diploma programs into full degrees. www.tru.ca

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Two year university transfer diplomas

Unique Programs One year certificate program

One year university transfer certificates

Professional Cook Cook up your dream career. Fast-paced and rewarding, a career as a professional cook lets you express your creativity. You’ll find jobs at hotels, exotic resorts, cruise ships and local restaurants. You might even own your own restaurant one day. By combining theory with practical assignments, you will build a strong foundation to develop your skills. Students from past years have used this approach to achieve high standards as demonstrated in provincial, national, and international competitions, as well as launching many fine careers.

Engineering Start your studies at CNC before transferring to university to finish your degree. Most university engineering programs are oversubscribed in the first year and even students with very high GPA’s won’t get in. Attending CNC guarantees admission to UBC and greatly improves admission possibilities to other universities when your first year courses are complete. • Guaranteed admission into second year UBC engineering program (if completed in one year with 2.8 GPA) • Meets requirements for admission to University of Victoria, University of Northern British Columbia, Simon Fraser University and University of Alberta

The program covers all basic fundamentals of cooking and is designed to prepare you to enter the hospitality industry. You are trained through theory, demonstrations (lab), and practical experience in production areas and actual banquets, both plated and buffeted.

Fine Arts A great stepping stone for careers leading to the visual arts in such areas as professional art making, gallery/museum work, graphic design, industrial design, fashion design, and art education. Learn how to manage for the business side of your career, including copyright, contracts, commissions, and more. Taught by professional artists and educators, this program fosters individual development in creative thinking, problem solving and technical skills. • Intensive one year university transfer certificate that leads to careers in visual arts • Guaranteed admission to Emily Carr University of Art + Design with a GPA of 3.0 • Apply for second-year status in a number of post-secondary visual art programs Visit www.bccat.ca for details.

Kinesiology • Kinesiology involves the study of all aspects of human movement, including anatomy and physiology, physical fitness and health, growth and motor development, individual and team sports, biomechanics and injury management, coaching, teaching, and administration • 2 year full time university transfer program Social Service Worker • Prepare for work in mental health, child protection, group homes, child and adult services, women’s and men’s programs • 2 year program • Transfers to university degree program Web and Graphic Design • Learn visual and online communication strategies, digital art and interactive media, web design, typography, project management, creative problem solving while you create promotional materials to market yourself and other businesses • 2 year diploma program • Leads to jobs in marketing design, web page design, and online marketing Business • CNC’s Business Management Certificate and Diploma programs can help you prepare for entry into management trainee and specialist positions in many areas • 2 year specialized diplomas in Management, Marketing and Management, Accounting and Finance, International Business, Leadership and Web and Graphic Design

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Post Diplomas Our post diplomas provide practical, in-depth knowledge in various subject areas. Class sizes are small and interactive, our instructors bring current industry experience to the classroom, and our students graduate with the applied skills and knowledge to take into the workplace. Having these applied skills increases your ability to gain employment, leads to higher salaries and broadens your scope of work.

Information Technology (PDIT) CNC prepares you for one of the fastest growing employment sectors in the Canadian and international job market. According to Information Communications Technology Council (ICTC), Canada is approaching a major technology talent shortage. There will be upwards of 182,000 positions that need to be filled in this field by 2019; CNC’s program is designed to meet this demand with qualified graduates. Careers include but are not limited to: information systems analysts and consultants, computer and network operators, web technicians, computer programmers and system testing technicians, database analysts and data administrators. • 2 year program • Excellent employment opportunities after completion • 100% of PDIT graduates are in training-related jobs upon completion of this program Human Resources Management (HRM) HRM is designed for people interested in Employee Selection, Recruitment and Retention, Labour Relations and Workplace Conflict Resolution, Employment Law, Compensation and Benefits, Employee Training and Development. • Graduates are eligible to take the National Knowledge Exam, the first step towards the Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation) • 2 year program

Tourism and Hospitality Management (TRMG) Excellent work opportunities upon completion of the program; from now until 2030 there will be a labour shortage of 228,000 in Canada. The Post Diploma in Tourism Management (TRMG) provides you with a great opportunity to gain an in-depth understanding of tourism management and practical skills needed to pursue supervisory and management careers in the rapidly expanding domestic and international tourism markets. Includes 12 courses and a tourism/hospitality practicum. • 2 year program • 15 week practicum: CNC is located near world renowned tourist resorts in Jasper National Park, Banff National Park, and Lake Louise • British Columbia is a natural wonderland for tourism, with mountains, rivers, lakes, vibrant cities both large and small, villages, and historic towns and First Nations culture

here to dream together “The College of New Caledonia and Prince George have given my family what they need to have a bright future. I recommend CNC to other families who want a school they can trust and that helps young people get good jobs.”

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Dazhong Chen Pinhui Wu, started in the ESL program at CNC, progressed to the Professional Cook program and upon completion, started working in the cafeteria at UNBC. Today she has permanent resident status in Canada and manages a motel. Nephew Yili Yu also started in ESL, moved to the Automotive Program and now has a full time job working as an Automotive Technician at a company in Prince George. Nephew Weide Wu is following the same path and hopes to enter the Automotive program when he finishes ESL.


Health Sciences The College of New Caledonia offers the opportunity to study a variety of university-transfer level health sciences courses, which can be transferred to university towards many health science related degrees including pharmacology, physiology, psychology or rehabilitative medicine. If you enroll in university-transfer health sciences courses at CNC, you are eligible to apply to our specialized programs such as: • Practical Nurse Diploma • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Northern Collaborative Baccalaureate Nursing Program) • Health Care Assistant Certificate • Medical Laboratory Technology Diploma • Dental Hygiene Diploma If you wish to follow this path, your should ensure you have strong grades in grade 12 biology, chemistry and mathematics. “Thanks to the smaller class sizes at CNC I have the opportunity to develop solid instructor-student relationships as well as the flexibility to adapt classroom presentations to accommodate the needs of each student. As an instructor that cares about students’ success, it’s so rewarding to connect with my students and to encourage and assist them in achieving their goals. I love to see each student flourish and witness their progression, both academically in the classroom and personally in the university environment as a whole.” Suzanne Cornelius | Health Sciences Instructor

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Please note: depending on your desired program, some specific university-transfer courses may be required.

Applied Research Gain a competitive edge in the workplace by participating in an applied research project as part of your course work or as a paid Student Research Assistant. Applied Research connects industry, business and community partners with the expertise and facilities at CNC to conduct research and development, solve business challenges, and take advantage of market opportunities. Research projects enhance the quality of CNC’s programs by providing a learning opportunity that goes beyond the classroom. You will gain real world hands-on experience while working side-by-side with our faculty, research associates and industry partners. CNC is ranked among the top 50 Applied Research colleges in Canada.

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of international students are satisfied or very satisfied with the quality of instruction at CNC Source: Survey of BC International Students


Accommodation HOMESTAY Homestay offers you the opportunity to live with a Canadian family. A private bedroom will be given to you, but you will share the rest of the house with your host family. One advantage of choosing Homestay is the ability to improve English language skills quickly. Host families communicate with you only in English and your language skills will increase rapidly. The Homestay program also gives you a chance to learn more about the community and Canadian culture in a supportive family environment. Host families are interested in learning about you and will ensure you are comfortable and well taken care of. You may apply to the Homestay program when you apply to CNC. At the time of application, you will send in the non-refundable application fee and the deposit. To apply, visit www.cnc.bc.ca/ined Fee: $700 per month (includes food) RESIDENCE CNC offers a 92-room student residence on campus. The residence features comfortable rooms with a fridge, microwave, storage area, desk and bed. Common areas shared by all students include three different lounge areas, kitchen and laundry facilities. The park-like grounds feature a patio and barbecue, and grassy lawns perfect for outdoor games. Student advisors live in the residence during the school year to assist students with any issues that arise. Rooms are comfortable and are adjoined to one other room by a shared bathroom. Fee: $450 per month (food not included) HOUSING Prince George has a wide variety of housing options if you wish to rent off-campus. Apartment rental costs are much lower than in bigger cities, averaging at $700/month for a 2-bedroom apartment, while private house rentals average around $900/month. With a wide variety of apartments and private housing located within either walking distance or a short bus ride from CNC, enjoy independent living and the chance to fully integrate into Canadian culture.

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“When I first came to Canada from Colombia, I was a little afraid. I was so surprised to find such a large mix of cultures. At CNC, I have met amazing people who have made me feel so welcome. It’s like the staff are part of my family. One staff member, Tony, helps international students and is always friendly, easy to talk to, enthusiastic and easy-going. I can now do things on my own, but I know he’s always there if I need anything.” Maria José Carrion Ramos ESL & Engineering Student

“I’m proud to be part of a large dedicated team in the International Education department at CNC. Our passion is working with students to help them adjust to living in Canada and make the transition as smooth and comfortable as possible! I know how it feels as I’ve been in their shoes before. It’s exciting to move to a new country but we understand that this move comes with many challenges, from finding places to live, to banking to discovering the best grocery stores or restaurants. Little or big challenges, we are always here for our students.” Tony Mei Operations Assistant, International Education

Student Services SUPPORT SERVICES We believe in providing an extra level of care for international students at the College of New Caledonia. That’s why we offer an International Education Centre where you will benefit from a variety of support and services. Whether you need an airport pickup, a homestay placement, information about student activities or academic advice, the International Education Centre has help available as well as providing a quiet place to study or visit with friends. OTHER SERVICES • International Student Leadership and Ambassador Program • International Academic Advisor • Student Activities Program • Health and Wellness Centre • Gymnasium and Fitness Centre • Centre for Student Success • Kodiaks Restaurant • Cafeteria • Book Store INTERNATIONAL STUDENT LEADERSHIP AND AMBASSADORSHIP PROGRAM Leadership opportunities are plentiful at CNC. If you are interested in enhancing your leadership skills, you can volunteer in a wide range of activities from hosting and organizing cultural and student events to fundraising. Once you have completed your volunteer work, you will receive a leadership certificate from the International Student Leadership & Ambassadorship Program. Graduates of this program also receive a letter of reference from our department which can be used as part of your university applications. Student activities occur year-round, providing a varied schedule of fun events like sightseeing trips to Jasper and Banff, ski trips, movie nights, pot luck lunches, dances, sports and more.

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INTERNATIONAL CENTRE Choosing your educational journey at college can be a challenge. That’s why we offer an International Academic Advisor at CNC, who helps our international students select their courses, ensures they have all the requirements for their college qualification and advises them as they complete their university applications. When personal counselling or career counselling is needed, the Student Services Centre is available with expert assistance. International Education staff provides help reconciling student finances, study permits and health insurance. In short, our international team is there to share your concerns, celebrate your successes and help you overcome any challenges you encounter during your studies at CNC.


Study Abroad Traveling and studying abroad is a great way to gain valuable international experience which can be applied to your career and professional pursuits. Join one of our international field schools, international volunteer projects, or complete your practicum abroad. Travel to exciting and interesting places including Costa Rica, Italy, Korea, China, and a wide range of communities in Asia, Africa, and Latin America.

Work and Study For CNC students interested in working part-time while studying, and/or working during their school breaks and after their graduation, Prince George has many employment opportunities. Staff at CNC will help you surmount employment challenges by assisting you in acquiring study permits with off campus work permission and the completion of your Social Insurance Number application. As of June 1, 2014, students may qualify to work off campus without a work permit. Pending your qualification, your study permit allows you to: • work up to 20 hours per week during regular academic sessions and • work full-time during scheduled breaks, such as the winter and summer holidays or spring break Working off campus is a great opportunity for students to gain valuable work experience, and a paycheque to help offset the costs of living abroad.

Work After Graduation Post-Graduate Work Permits Program (PGWPP) The PGWPP allows students who have graduated from CNC to gain valuable Canadian work experience. Skilled Canadian work experience gained through the PGWPP helps graduates qualify for permanent residence in Canada. A work permit under the PGWPP may be issued for 12 to 36 months depending on the length of your study program. International Education staff hold regular workshops to assist students interested in applying for their Post-Graduate Work Permits (PGWP). In order to apply, you must have a valid study permit and provide proof of graduation (certificate and final transcript). You have 90 days after completion of your studies to apply for your PGWP.

here to there “I owe my success today to my education at CNC. Starting out in the ESL program, I improved my English, which was crucial in order to progress to the Marketing and Management Diploma program. After graduation, when it was time to look for a job, I used the skills I learned at CNC like brainstorming and writing outlines to prepare for job interviews. I was so happy to become a Customer Service Representative at the Royal Bank of Canada and then be promoted to Account Manager. CNC gave me the skills to continue advancing my career and I’m so grateful for all the help and encouragement they’ve given me.” Shuaiwen Hao Account Manager, Royal Bank of Canada

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BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT Accounting and Finance Diploma 2 years Sept./Jan./May

Financial accounting, auditing companies, taxation, managerial accounting, business administration, banking, insurance companies, brokerage firms. (receive credits towards professional accounting programs)

Business Management Diploma: 2 years Sept./Jan./May International Business specialization

Government, banking, supply chain management, management consulting, government, profit and non-profit.

Business Management Diploma: 2 years Sept./Jan./May Leadership specialization

Project management, profit and non-profit organizations, business management, education, business development, all levels of government.

Business Management Diploma: 2 years Sept./Jan./May Management specialization

Business management, human resources, general manager, retail, product management, operations management, government.

Business Management Diploma: Marketing specialization

2 years Sept./Jan./May

Sales, promotion, research design, data collection, marketing coordinating, product management, market analyst, e-retail.

Business Management Diploma: 2 years Sept./Jan./May Web & Graphic Design specialization

Multimedia management, print design, advertising, marketing coordinator, graphic design, website development.

Post Diploma in Human Resource 2 year Sept./Jan./May Management

Recruitment and development, training developer, labour relations, human resource specialist, private corporations, occupational health and safety.

Post Diploma in Tourism and 2 years Sept. Hospitality Management

Non-profit and profit organizations, operations management, hotel management, food and beverage, events and conference management.

HEALTH SCIENCES & HUMAN SERVICES Dental Assisting Certificate

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Private dental offices, public dental agencies.

Early Childhood Care and Learning Certificate

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Private or public daycare and after-school care facilities.

Health Care Assistant Certificate

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Long-term care facilities, assisted living, disability services

Medical Laboratory Technology Science Diploma*

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Public hospitals, private clinics, private laboratories.

Medical Radiography Technology Diploma*

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Public hospitals, private clinics, private laboratories.

Nursing, Bachelor of Science*

2 years Sept. at CNC

Public hospitals, private clinics, public health clinics, physician offices, homecare.

Practical Nurse Diploma* 2 years Sept.

Public hospitals, private clinics, public health clinics, physician offices, homecare.

Social Service Worker Diploma 2 years Sept. Social services agencies, public and private organizations, education, healthcare facilities, employee benefit companies, self-employed. * Students wishing to enter these health sciences programs must already be enrolled in university-level science courses. ESL English as a Second Language (ESL) 22

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TECHNOLOGIES Computer/Network Electronics 1 year Sept. Technician Certificate

Technical support in private or public organizations, computer networking, software development, data management, technical installation.

Natural Resources and 2 years Sept. Environmental Technology Diploma

Forestry and forest management, fish and wildlife parks, recreation and tourism, land management and conservation, policy and planning, road and bridge building, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and mapping.

Post Diploma in Information 2 years Sept./Jan./May Technology

Design and development of IT systems, support and technical management, software application, computer hardware, information analysis, technology consultation, broadcast, network administration for small and large businesses.

TRADES Autobody (Motor Vehicle Body Repair)

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Autobody shop, self-employed.

Automotive Service Technician

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Automotive repair shop, dealerships, self-employed.

Carpentry 21 weeks Aug./Feb

Construction, cabinet making, roof repair, heavy construction, self-employed.

Electrical 20 weeks Sept./Feb

Electrical companies, construction, mills, mines, public institutions, self-employed.

Heavy Mechanical Trades

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Heavy equipment companies, mines, mills, construction.

Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) /Machinist 22 weeks

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Construction, mills, mines, power industry.

Metal Fabrication 23 weeks Feb.

Sheet metal fabrication shops, welding shops, transportation companies, shipbuilding, ironwork.

Piping, Foundation Level

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Plumbing, steamfitting, pipefitting, gasfitter, sprinkler installation.

Power Engineering 4th Class Certificate

40 weeks

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Power and steam plants, mills, public institutions.

Power Engineering 3rd Class Certificate

25 weeks

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Power and steam plants, mills, public institutions.

Professional Cook Certificate

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Hotels, exotic resorts, cruise ships, local restaurants, self-employed.

Welding, Foundation Level

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Construction, metal-working, mills, mines.

UNIVERSITY CREDIT COURSES & PROGRAMS Take up to 20 courses leading to a degree 2 years Sept./Jan./May in almost any subject you like: Psychology, History, Biology, English etc.

Prepares students for entry into college or university for majors in: Aboriginal Studies, Business, Environmental, Fine Arts, Pre-Health, English, History, Psychology, Communications, Justice, and more.

Aboriginal Studies Associate Degree 2 years Sept./Jan.

Public and private aboriginal organizations, administration, government.

Criminology Diploma 2 years Sept.

RCMP, city policing, administration in law enforcement, government, corrections, probation, parole offices, social research, community advocacy, private security.

Engineering Certificate 1 year Sept.

Chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, civic or structural engineering, environmental engineering, computer engineering.

Fine Arts Certificate 1 year Sept.

Painter, art educator, makeup artist, wedding planner, photographer, architect, graphic artist, illustrator, interior designer.

Kinesiology Diploma 2 years Sept.

Sports and recreation, health and fitness centres and clinics, personal training, coach, fitness teacher, recreation programming, sports psychology, sports medicine.

Web & Graphic Design Diploma 2 years Sept.

Web development, digital artist, game design, graphic design, illustrator, advertising specialist, print design.

Women’s Studies and Gender Relations Diploma

Government, education, administration, non-profit organizations.

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The ESL Advantage START HERE

Learn English at CNC When you choose CNC to study English, you are choosing a program that has: • Small class sizes • Students from many different countries • Qualified, dedicated instructors • Full accreditation with the Canada Language Council

ESL Advantage

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FUNDAMENTAL ESL (15 WEEKS)

Start to build vocabulary, practice speaking English, improve pronunciation, writing and reading skills. 19 hours per week

While studying in the Advanced ESL or EAP level you can begin university transfer courses in your major or choose courses towards your diploma. • Take one or two university transfer courses at no additional charge, while completing ESL levels. • Progress to university transfer, diploma or certificate programs without an IELTS or TOEFL score upon successful completion of all ESL levels at CNC.

ESL Pathways CNC has pathway agreements with private language schools that enable you to study English at those institutions and transfer to CNC without the need to take any further testing such as IELTS, TOEFL or other tests. When you arrive at CNC you will start your academic program right away. VCG, International College | Vancouver, BC www.vgc.ca VanWest College | Vancouver, BC www.vanwest.com ILAC, International Language Academy of Canada, Vancouver, BC www.ilac.com

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Polish grammar and writing skills to prepare for college level writing, listen and comprehend speaking from a variety of sources including instructors, film and radio. 21 hours per week

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EAP (ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES) (15 WEEKS) Listen to lectures and academic presentations, create presentations, write college level essays, read and critique texts and academic articles. 21 hours per week

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International Student Application for Admission Application fee: $125 (non-refundable) International Education Department 3330 - 22nd Avenue, Prince George, BC Canada V2N 1P8 Phone: 1 (250) 561-5857   Fax: 1 (250) 561-5856 E-mail: intladmit@cnc.bc.ca   www.cnc.bc.ca/ined

Become a Student Admission Requirements

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College and Career Prep

Post Diploma in Information Technologies

Business Certificate/ Diploma

ESL Program

Post Diploma in Human Resources Management

University Transfer

ESL + University Transfer

Post Diploma in Tourism Management

Other (program name):_______________________________________________________________________________

The College of New Caledonia offers programs through three semesters in each calendar year. • September (Fall Semester) • January (Spring Semester) • May (Summer Semester) It is best to apply at least six months before the semester you plan to attend. However, applications are accepted until the start date of each semester, providing there are seats available in the program you apply for. To qualify for admission, you must meet the following requirements: English as a Second Language • Be 17 years of age Certificate, Diploma, Associate Degree, or University Transfer: • Be 18 years of age • Completed high school or the equivalent of BC Grade 12 with English 12 minimum “C” grade (must provide transcripts) • Meet all specific program requirements • Have a minimum TOEFL score of 80 (IBT), an IELTS score of 6.0 or equivalent as determined by College of New Caledonia or have completed CNC’s English for Academic Purposes

1 Submit your completed Application Form.

How did you hear about CNC?___________________________________________________________________________

Student information

SPP applicant?

2 Submit any required documents (Transcripts, TOEFL/ IELTS scores, front page of your passport).

Last/Family name:

3 Submit $125 application fee.

Birthdate: _____ /______ /_______

4 If you meet general admission requirements, you will be sent a Letter of Offer (by email only). 5 Once you have received your Letter of Offer, you will need to finalize your education funding. 6

CNC requires a tuition deposit of $6500 from all international applicants; once we receive your deposit and any outstanding documents, we will send you a conditional Letter of Acceptance.

7 As soon as you receive your Letter of Acceptance, complete a Study Permit application at your nearest Canadian Consulate. 8 You are required to advise us when you receive your Study Permit. 9

Orientation at CNC is mandatory. Please be sure to allot time for this when making travel arrangements. Send us your arrival date one week before arrival at CNC.

10 Submit your Homestay Application Form (if applying). (Note: There is a $200 application fee and a $700 refundable deposit)

Year

n No

First name:

Month

Male

Female

Citizenship (country):_ ________________________

Day

Street address: City:

District:

Country:

Postal code:

E-mail:

Cell/Phone:

Mailing address (if different than above) Address: City

District:

Country:

Postal code:

E-mail:

Cell/Phone:

Emergency contact (give authority to act on behalf) First and last name of contact: Relationship (mother, brother, etc.): Country:

E-mail:

Cell/Phone:

Accessibility Services Are there additional learning supports such as academic accommodations or adaptive technology that you require?   Yes     No    If Yes, please contact Accessibility Services at 250-561-5838 prior to the start date of the semester.

Agency and agency information Name of agency or company: Country: Courier letter of acceptance to: 26

n Yes

E-mail: My address

Cell/Phone: My agent


Immigration details Passport #:

Country of issue:

Passport issue date:

Passport expiry date:

Study permit #:

Study permit start date:

Study permit expiry date:

Previous education (official transcripts required) ESL credentials:

TOEFL Score:_________

TOEFL Score:_________

Official documents must be included with this application for all programs. Last secondary school attended:

Country:

Grade completed:

Year:

Last college or university attended:

Country:

Grade completed:

Year:

Accommodations Homestay (complete the form included in this package) I have arranged private accommodation with a relative or friend in Prince George

For information on CNC residence, please visit www.cnc.bc.ca/residence

$125 application fee — Payment information (fill out this section only if paying application fee) Visa

MasterCard

Card #:_______________________________ Expiry date:____/_____ 3-digit security #:_ ___

(located on back of card)

Name on card_______________________________________ Cardholder signature:_______________________________

Applicant’s declaration and release of information COLLECTION OF INFORMATION: The information on this form and all required admissions and registrations documentation is collected for the purpose of meeting the data requirements for admission, registration, research, alumni and development, statistical analysis, locker and U-Pass administration, and the student health plan. It is collected under the authority of the College and Institute Act and your privacy is protected under the Freedom of Information and Privacy Act limiting how your information may be used or disclosed. If you have any questions, contact the Freedom of Information Coordinator, College of New Caledonia at 250.561.5828. All hard copied materials/information provided by you in support of your application to CNC become the property of the College and will not be returned to students (applicants). These materials/information may be destroyed within six months of receiving the material/information. DECLARATION: I declare that the information I have provided in this application is complete and correct. Completion of this signed application permits the College to request and/or confirm any information necessary to support my application for admission. Falsifying any document or information submitted will result in the cancellation of admission or registration at College of New Caledonia. I understand the submission of this application in no way guarantees admission to a program or course, and that admission is subject to meeting program or course prerequisites and space availability. If I am admitted to the College of New Caledonia, I agree to familiarize myself with and to abide by the most current policies of the College during my tenure as a student. In addition, I agree as a condition of registration at the College of New Caledonia to pay all fees and charges as approved by the Board of Governors to the College as required by the deadlines posted by the College, and to pay any interest charges on any sum which becomes due and payable according to the payment procedures at the College of New Caledonia. Re: Agents and Emergency Contact: I give permission for the College of New Caledonia to release my information or contact my agent, or the person I have named on my application form as an Emergency Contact in situations the College decides are urgent, including, for example, health problems, safety concerns and wellness. Further, I give permission to allow the College of New Caledonia International Education staff to provide information regarding my academic progress, attendance and grades to my agent, financial sponsor, or the person I have named on my application form as an Emergency Contact. I hereby accept and agree to the terms and conditions listed above. Signature of student applicant:_ ___________________________________________________ Date:______________________

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is where it starts

www.cnc.bc.ca/ined International Education Department 3330 - 22nd Avenue Prince George, B.C. V2N 1P8 Canada

Phone 1 (250) 561-5857 Fax 1 (250) 561-5856 E-mail intladmit@cnc.bc.ca

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