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Why Okanagan College?
The colleges campuses are environmentally sustainable and provide students with leading-edge technology and resources. Class sizes are kept small with the average size being about 19 students per class. Co-op work options are made available to students to help them gain real-world experience while learning important communication and networking skills. 94% of Baccalaureate students are employed within one year of graduation. Students choosing Okanagan College will live in a quiet place that is clean and safe. Students will be surrounded by beautiful mountains, lakes, orchards, and vineyards. They are encouraged to get involved with recreational activities such as skiing, snowboarding, golfing, swimming, boating, camping, canoeing, sailing, hiking, horseback riding, cycling, and other recreational opportunities.
*Information listed is subject to change without notice and should not be construed as a commitment by Hfe Immigration Pvt Ltd.
At a Glance
Post Graduation Work Permit, Co-Op/Internship Participation, Work While Studying, Conditional Offer Letter, Accommodations Available
Okanagan College is a public post-secondary institution in British Columbia with four main campuses in Kelowna, Penticton, Salmon Arm and Vernon. The college is the second-largest trades training institution in B.C. They offer a diverse range of degree, diploma, and certificate programs, as well as a variety of university transfer and continuing studies courses. All of their campuses are home to a full spectrum of programs in arts, health and science, business, technologies, and vocational. The vibrant and modern campuses offer extensive student services, athletics, and recreational activities and facilities. Okanagan College provides students with a welcoming, culturally diverse, and cutting-edge place to learn. Okanagan College is one of the largest colleges in BC, serving more than 20,500 students each year. Diversity is at the forefront of focus on campus, with approximately 20% of students international in origin, and over 1,500 aboriginal students.
66 Academic Programs to Choose From at Okanagan College
● College Diploma – International Development
● Associate of Science
● College Diploma – Culinary Management (Co-Op)
● College Diploma – Electronic Engineering Technology (Optional Co-Op)
● College Diploma – Water Engineering Technology (Optional Co-Op)
● College Diploma – Environmental Studies
● College Diploma – Automotive Service Technology
● Post-Baccalaureate Diploma – Accounting
● Post-Baccalaureate Diploma – Marketing
● Post-Baccalaureate Diploma – Human Resources Management
● Post-Baccalaureate Diploma – Marketing and Data Analytics
Language Proficiency Requirements International Student Scholarships
Undergraduate & Post-Graduate
Minimum 6.0 overall with no individual band under 6.0.*
The scores above are for majority of programs. Some may require higher scores.
International Student Scholarships
Okanagan College has two international scholarships. The One World Scholarship is valued at $1,000 – $3,000. The Premier’s International Scholarship is valued $6,000 –
$10,000. Full details on the requirements for the scholarships can be found here.
*Disclaimer: Tuition fees, living costs, scholarships, and language requirements are subject to change and may vary by program.