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Loyalist College of Applied Arts and Technology

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Location : Canada ,Ontario

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Loyalist College of Applied Arts and Technology is committed to helping its students find great jobs after graduation by equipping them with the skills and knowledge they need to enter the workforce; a goal they meet not only through academics, but through community involvement and personal development.

A strong and experienced faculty delivers career-oriented programs at the apprenticeship, certificate, diploma, degree and post-graduate level, with programs that vary in length. Many of the college’s full-time programs are also available as part-time studies, so students can learn at their own pace.

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Admission Requirements

International applicants must provide proof of academic standing equivalent to the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD), Grade 12.  Documents for review must be original copies.

The following certificates are acceptable for admission:

  • United States — Grade 12
  • England, Wales, West Africa and Middle East — General Certificate of Education (O Level) with grades of A, B, C (or 1, 2, 3) in five academic subjects.
  • West Indies  —  General Certificate of Education (O Level) with grades of A, B, C (or 1, 2, 3) in five academic subjects, or Caribbean Examinations Council with grades of A, B, C (or 1, 2, 3) in five academic subjects.
  • Hong Kong — Hong Kong Certificate of Education with credit standing in five academic subjects, or pass standing in six academic subjects, or the Chinese University of Hong Kong Entrance Examination with a pass in five academic subjects.
  • Other countries — Detailed academic records should be submitted with your application for evaluation.

 Language Requirements

All instruction within the College is in English. In order to be successful in a program, speaking, listening comprehension, reading and writing skills must be at a sufficient level to meet the demands of post-secondary studies.

All applicants whose first language is not English, or whose previous education has been conducted in another language, will be expected to provide an English proficiency assessment.

Please forward test scores from one of the following tests with your application:

English Language Proficiency Test

English For Academic Purposes (EAPC)

Certificate/Diploma Programs

Post-Graduate Programs/Fast-Track

TOEFL (Test Of English As A Foreign Language)
 

173 (Computer-Based Test)

 

65 (Internet-Based Test)

550 (Paper-Based Test)

 

213 (Computer-Based Test)

79 With Writing, Reading, And Speaking Minimums Of 19 (IBT Internet-Based Test)

560 (Paper-Based Test)

 

220 (Computer-Based Test)

83 With Writing, Reading And Speaking Minimums Of 21 Internet-Based Test)

IELTS (International English Language Test Service)
 

5.0 Overall

6.0 Overall With A Minimum Score Of 5.5 In Each Section

6.0 Overall With A Minimum Score Of 5.5 In Each Section

CAEL (Canadian Academic English Language Assessment)
 

 

Overall Band Of 60

Overall Band Of 60 And Writing 60

 

 

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