A classical preparatory program for those wishing to study at a bachelor's degree. The course includes two blocks: academic, language. The first involves studying profile disciplines. The second includes a general English course, practical classes for the development of important learning skills.
The program is offered in the following areas:
The training lasts 3-4 semesters. Beginning of classes: July, September, January.
The program replaces the first year of study at the undergraduate degree. It provides profile training (specialization - business administration and economics - Business Management and Economics) and learning English. Based on the results of their studies, students are enrolled in the second year of the bachelor's program at a university school of economics or a business school. The training lasts 3-4 semesters (9-12 months). Courses start in January, September, July.
The cost of the course: from £ 16,395.
Columbia International College's Director has more than 25 years of experience in the educational field, which allows him to create training programs that are fully relevant to students around the world. Students are not only full-fledged to enter the chosen university, deepening academic and linguistic knowledge, but also learn to be citizens of the world, adapt to the conditions of study abroad. Each year the college accepts more than 1300 students who represent 66 countries of the world. The quality of education is eloquently confirmed by the academic successes of graduates: every year 100% are enrolled in selected prestigious world universities, and 70% are chosen by the most top institutions in Canada:
Columbia International College's training programs are aligned with Ontario's education system - a single ASEP. It implies individual development of the curriculum for each student and has the goal of comprehensively, fully revealing its potential and develop personal abilities and talents. There is a Personal Success Plan (PSP) - it defines for each student:
Progress and achievements of each student are carefully monitored throughout the academic year, and as necessary, the PSP is promptly adjusted.