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Admission Requirements An individual who has applied to a Lethbridge College program is referred to as an Applicant.

Once an Applicant has accepted their Offer of Admission and paid the associated tuition deposit they are referred to as a Student. The admission requirements and other information listed below apply to full time and part time admission status in a Lethbridge College designated program. Admission to Lethbridge College programs are generally processed on a first qualified, first served basis; however, some programs may use a competitive selection process and limit applications. Programs that use a competitive selection process will have this identified on their program page. Full time status in a Fall, Winter or Spring (Long) term is gained when a student is enrolled in 9 (or more) credits. If enrolled in less than 9 credits the status is part time. Full time status in a Spring (Short) or Summer term is gained when a student is enrolled in 4.5 louis vuitton alma travel (or more) credits. If enrolled in less than 4.5 credits the status is part time. Basic computer skills using the internet, e mail, and word processing are recommended in order for students to be successful. A $75 CAD non refundable, non transferable processing fee must accompany your application. When applying online, you can use louis vuitton damier azur bracelet your VISA or Mastercard on our secure site. Applicants are given one (1) opportunity to move their application, for the same term, from one program to a different program by completing a Change of Program form prior to the application deadline with no additional application processing fee. Current students wishing to change programs for a future term may do so by completing a Change of Program form. High School Applicants must provide high school transcripts showing successful completion of a Canadian high school diploma from a publicly funded institution with successful completion of an English 30 2 or equivalent course. [Note: See tables below for a list of programs that have additional academic requirements, or for programs that do not require a high school diploma for admission.] Transfer Applicants must provide post secondary transcripts showing successful completion of a minimum of three (3) post secondary level credit courses from a publicly funded Canadian accredited institution and be in good academic standing. To be considered, these courses must have been completed within the last five (5) years. [Note: See tables below for a list of programs that have additional academic requirements, or for programs that do not require a high school diploma for admission.]. Applicants requiring a high school math course may complete an assessment (refer to Placement Assessment Procedures). Mature Applicants applying through the mature admission route do not require a high school diploma. The applicant must: Be 19 years of age or older by the first day of classes, and Have been out of high school for a louis vuitton neverfull old minimum one year, louis vuitton document briefcase and Meet the English requirement through one (1) of the following: Successful completion of a Grade 12 English course (minimum English 30 2 or equivalent) Successful completion of a Post Secondary English course[Note: See tables below for a list of programs that have additional academic requirements, or for programs that do not require a high school diploma for admission.] International An international applicant or exchange student must present qualifications comparable to those of Canadian applicants which include meeting the English language proficiency requirement. International applicants and exchange students whose first language is not English, except those applying to English as a Second Language (ESL) must demonstrate English language proficiency by providing documentation for one (1) of the following: Completion of Grade 12 English (minimum English 30 2 or equivalent) Successful completion of all three (3)of the following Lethbridge College EAP courses with a minimum grade of C: Official International English Language Testing System Academic (IELTS) score of 6.0 with no band below 5.

5, taken within the last two (2) years Official Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score of 550 (213 if computer based testing) or iBT score of 80 taken within the last two (2) years Pearson (PTE) with a minimum score of 54 completed within the last two (2) years Successful completion of at least one (1) transfer level post secondary English course from an accredited English speaking post secondary school [Note: See tables below for a list of programs that have additional academic requirements; or for programs that do not require a high school diploma for admission.] Pathways to Advanced Learning Students wishing to access laddering opportunities into advanced credentials will ensure admission requirements are met for the next level program. The student should contact an Academic Advisor.


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