Langara College is the most prestigious public college on the west coast of Canada. It was founded in 1965 and is located in Vancouver. The school is well-known for its many award-winning teachers, high student standards, and a high percentage of university enrollment rates. It provides 1,9,000 students with learning and training opportunities, 400 international students every year. It also has 200 students enrolled in ESL(English as Second Language) courses during summer terms.
The programs offered by the school’s majors are: creative and applied arts, health and human services, literature and language, management and business, science and technology, social and cultural studies. Majors include: accounting, business finance and investment management, computer information systems, criminal justice, display and design, early childhood education, fine arts, international business, journalism, library technology, marketing and sales, nursing, nutrition and food service management , Professional computer technology, professional photographic image, publishing technology and skills, court clerk, entertainment facility management, entertainment activity organization leader, small business development, social service work, special education assistant, drama art, associate degree of arts, associate degree of science Degree, certificate and completion certificate including cooperative education and internship, applied computer technology, Canadian studies, classical studies, business, computer science, engineering (1 year), Environmental Science, European Studies, Family Studies, General Education, Latin American Studies, Pacific Studies, Peace and Conflict, Women’s Studies, Accounting, Anthropology, Art History, Biology, Canadian Studies, Chemistry, Chinese Language, Classical Studies, Media , Computer Science, Economics, English, Environmental Studies, European Studies, Family Studies, Fine Arts, French, Geography, Geology, Greek, History, Sports, Japanese, Latin, Latin American Studies, Mathematics, Pacific Studies, Peace and conflict studies, philosophy, physics, entertainment, religious studies, sociology, Spanish, statistics, women’s studies.
Joint program with Universities
Only students with outstanding academic performance and excellent English proficiency have the opportunity to directly enter Canada’s top universities. For students who have not yet met the criteria for direct admission to the first year of university, they can first study for one to two years of undergraduate courses at Langara College in Vancouver, and then transfer the credits to the university. The University Quality Alliance program (UQA) is set up to help students get admitted to the top universities in Canada, giving international students a step-by-step process of integrating into the English-speaking society. The universities established by UQA in Langara are:
- University of British Columbia (ranks 36 worldwide)
- University of Alberta (ranks 124 worldwide), Simon Fraser University (ranks 241 worldwide)
- University of Saskatchewan (ranks 251 worldwide)
- York University (ranks 277 worldwide)
Each university has a long-standing reputation and offers a wide range of degrees, as well as a full set of student services unique to large campuses. Note: Students must meet the admission requirements of each school when transferring from Langara to university.
- High school diploma
- TOEFL 550 (written test) or 213 (computer-based test)
- IELTS 6.5 students without language scores can apply for double admission
- TOEFL score of 450 or IELTS 5.0, you can directly apply for LEAP courses
- Application fee: CAD 155
- Tuition: CAD 11,475 per year
- Accommodation: Living in a local home: CAD 8,760 per year
- Entrance time: Program courses: January, May, September. Language courses: January, February, April, June, August, October