Douglas College was established in 1970 and is one of the largest public higher education colleges in Canada. Douglas College provides four kinds of education services, including two-year or three-year associate degree (equivalent to China’s associate degree), academic upgrading, continuing education and more than 30 career training programs. Associate degree majors include: art, teacher training, creative writing, economics, environmental studies, women’s studies and gender relations, cross-cultural and international studies, environmental sciences, etc. The Bachelor of Career Training Program majors in business administration, children and youth health, community rehabilitation, nursing, sports and coaching, psychiatric nursing, psychology, recreational therapy, criminology, etc., including psychology, music and performing arts, crime studies and other majors have been generally praised. Students studying for an associate degree at Douglas College can enter the University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, the University of Victoria, and Kwantland University of Technology by transferring credits without an exam to continue to study for a bachelor’s degree.
Douglas College was established in 1970. It is one of Canada’s largest public colleges. It has three campuses and is 25 minutes’ drive from Vancouver. Each year, the school has about 16,000 studentswith credits, 8,500 continuing education students, 3000 international students from more than 90 countries and regions. Douglas College offers associate degree, bachelor’s degree and transfer credit courses.
- Located in the beautiful city of Vancouver, it is a well-known comprehensive public community college in Canada.
- Established in 1970, it has nearly 10,000 students (350 overseas students) from more than 30 countries and regions.
- The school has an excellent geographical location: the main campus is located near the light rail station in the center of New Westminster, and the transportation for students to and from classes is convenient. The new campus is located in the Coquitlam area, and students can choose to take courses nearby on the two campuses.
- Provide a variety of transfer credit academic courses, various vocational courses and ESL training.
- High-quality education, high admission requirements.
- Comparing with universities, it has the advantage of teaching with small classes, and the cost is lower than that of the universities.
- Smooth transition from ESL to professional courses.
- Three semesters a year, consistent with many universities such as SFU.
- Good transfer entry success rate: More than 1,000 Douglas graduates are successfully transferred to universities every year, and most of them are admitted to UBC, SFU, Victoria.
- Complete international student service system.
- Strong teaching staff and complete facilities
- High school degree or above
- Average % above 60
- TOEFL score of 83
- IELTS 6.5