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Douglas College



Why Douglas College?

Douglas college is a public college located in Vancouver area with 3 gorgeous campuses in New Westminster and Coquitlam. International students receive support with studies, job searching and integration to Canadian culture.
A great variety of programs help students to get practical skills and knowledge in the industry, they would like to be specialized. Douglas college is a great option for university transfer programs as well as for diploma or degree completion.


EC Quick Facts

IELTS/TOEFL waiver granted for students who complete:

EC Level Advanced - direct entry to all programs available for International Students

Class size
Courses are taught in a class of 30 to 35 students. As a result, students will have the chance to engage in class discussion and develop meaningful connections with the instructor and your classmates
Conditional admissions offered for
  • *Certificate
  • *Diploma
  • *Bachelor degree
  • *Post-Graduate programmes
Annual Tuition
  • about 18000 CAD



Location

Douglas college has 3 campuses – two in New Westminster and one in Coquitlam. All campuses are easily accessed by public transport and only 30 minutes from Vancouver Downtown.

New Westminster Campus
(the main one) 700 Royal Ave., New Westminster, BC V3M 5Z5
Anvil Office Tower
11 Eighth St., New Westminster, BC V3M 3N7
Coquitlam Campus
1250 Pinetree Way, Coquitlam, BC V3B 7X3


Application Information

Application deadlines

  • May 31: Fall term 
  • Sep. 30: Winter term 
  • Jan. 30: Spring term

*Please note that due to demand, many programs fill before the official application deadline. Students are encouraged to apply as early as possible.

Application Requirements

ESTIMATED PROCESSING TIMES
Letter of Offer issued within 1 week.

1. Confirm your acceptance as outlined in the Letter of offer and make a payment for the first semester. You have 4 weeks to pay the deposit.
2. Letter of acceptance issued within 1 week.
3. Contact your local Canadian Immigration office and apply for your Study permit.
4. Send copy of Study Permit and proof of insurance to the college as soon as possible to be able to start course registration.
5. Full fees should be paid within 1 month after a program starts.

What do I need to apply?

All applicants:

  • Passport photo and info page, 
  • Study permit / student visa / PR card / Canadian citizenship, if applicable, 
  • Medical insurance coverage, if applicable.

Postsecondary Certificate or Diploma applicants additional documents: 

  • Official high school transcript, in English, or with an official or notarized English translation,
  • Official high school graduation certificate, in English, or with an official or notarized English translation.


Bachelor degree applicants additional documents:
 

  • Official high school transcript, in English, or with an official or notarized English translation, 
  • Official high school graduation certificate, in English, or with an official or notarized English translation,
  • All other official post-secondary transcripts from other institutions, if applicable.

Post-Graduate Certificate applicants additional documents:

  • Official high school transcript, in English, or with an official or notarized English translation,
  • Official high school graduation certificate, in English, or with an official or notarized English translation,
  • Official university transcript in English, or with an official or notarized English translation,
  • Official university diploma, in English, or with an official or notarized English translation.

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