Location : Canada ,Ontario
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Northern College of Applied Arts and Technology is dedicated to providing students quality education leading to career opportunities. Their small class sizes mean students have easy access to faculty, computers, labs and equipment, but their diverse program offerings and partnerships with other colleges and universities rivals that of larger institutions.
Just a sampling of Northern’s programs includes Welding Engineering Technology, Mining Engineering Technician, Nursing, Paramedic, Pre-Service Firefighter Education and Training, and Veterinary Technician. Programs are offered at the certificate, diploma, degree, pre-apprenticeship and apprenticeship level, and many are offered through distance education.
The minimum requirement for admission to a post-secondary program is an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD/OSSGD) or its equivalent, including Grade 12 English.
Applicants from other provinces or countries who possess recognized equivalents of the Ontario Secondary School Diploma and/or academic or work experience, may be considered for admission.
Priority for Admission
The admission of an applicant into a program is the sole prerogative of the Office of the Registrar/Admissions Office and is done in writing specifying what conditions, if any, must be met before the commencement of classes.
Students will be accepted to colleges in the following order of preference as established by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities:
1. Permanent residents of Ontario
2. Permanent residents from other Canadian provinces and territories
3. Other applicants
Individuals who are 19 years of age or older may apply as mature students. Academic testing and/or upgrading may be necessary in order to meet the admission requirements of post-secondary programs.
Currently there are no scholarships available.