Location : Canada ,Ontario
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At Durham College, the student experience comes first. In September 2015, the college welcomed more than 30,000 students to its Oshawa and Whitby campuses and Pickering Learning Site, including 12,000 full-time and apprenticeship, as well as part-time and continuing education students and online learners. The college offers over 140 market-driven programs in a number of different disciplines including culinary, hospitality, tourism, horticulture, business, information technology, media, art, design, general arts, science, skilled trades, justice, emergency services, health and engineering technology, enabling students to develop the skills required to meet the demands of today’s job market.
The college also offers numerous diploma-to-degree programs in conjunction with universities in Canada and around the world, allowing students to earn a university degree in less time. In addition, university graduates with appropriate degrees may opt for fast-track college programs, completing their diploma requirements in only two semesters.
The minimum admission requirement for postsecondary programs is one of the following:
If you already have a Credential Assessment Report issued by World Education Services (WES) or International Credential Assessment Service (ICAS), contact the agency to see if the report can be forwarded to OCAS (Ontario Colleges Application Service). They will distribute the results to all the Colleges you have applied to.
You will be required to submit either a post graduate comprehensive – course by course report from ICAS or a comprehensive report from WES. In some cases the assessment could take as long as 5 weeks. We suggest that you submit both your Secondary (High School) documents report and Post Secondary (College/University) documents; this will assist Durham College in assessing your marks for entry.
Durham College offers a variety of safe, clean, and comfortable on-campus living accommodations in the Simcoe Village and South Village residence buildings, located at the Oshawa campus. First-year students enrolled in September-start programs are guaranteed a room in residence as long as they meet the deadlines set out by the college.
In addition, a number of townhouse units, featuring the independence of apartment living while residing on campus, are available for students in their upper years of study.
Currently there are no scholarships available.