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Lethbridge College

Country

Lethbridge, Canada

Overall Ranking

1201 in Times Higher Education

Fees

Varies

Overview

  • Lethbridge College is a renowned public research college located in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, which focuses primarily on applied research in Aquaculture and Quantitative Public Opinion Studies. 
  • The college has regional campuses in Claresholm, Vulcan County, Pincher Creek, and Lethbridge's main campus. Students get several prerequisites like career training certificates, diplomas, applied bachelor's degrees in Academic Upgrading, Administrative, Agriculture, Automotive, Business Administration, Early Childhood Education, Interior Design, etc. 
  • The institution offers university transfer programs, preparatory studies, vocational training, and over 50 career programs. It also ensures quality education to its students by keeping a compact classroom size. In addition, Lethbridge College provides ESL programs for international students to cope with academics easily, is associated with ACCC, CCAA, AACTI, and CBIE, and is a member of the Alberta Rural Development Network. 
  • According to World Report and U.S. News, the college secured 36th position in Canada and 1,470th globally. According to Times Higher Education, the institute ranked 1001st among World Universities and secured 50th rank among Top Research Colleges in Canada. In addition to all the opportunities, the college provides continuing education, online learning courses, e-learning cafes, accommodation facilities, and on-campus and off-campus job postings.
  • The average tuition fee is approximately 12,100 CAD.
About the University

Year of establishment

1957

University Website Link

https://lethbridgecollege.ca/

Also Known as

Lethbridge Community College

Total Students

5500

Total International Students

650

Size of Campus

500 acres

Lethbridge College Ranking

Ranking Provider
Rank

Times Higher Education

1201

Webomatrics - World

8925

US News

1569

Popular Courses Offered

Eligibility

 

International applicants are judged on a competitive basis, with grades, English language proficiency, and campus diversity all being considered. The majority of the programmes necessitate the completion of a Canadian high school certificate. However, other courses, such as Maths and Biology, require specific procedures for admittance. 

 

Students from other countries who do not speak English as their first language must also achieve English language competence standards. International students from a select number of countries may earn English language competency criteria by completing the equivalent of a Grade 12-level or postsecondary-level English course in their home country.

 

English language requirements are: 

 

International students must submit one of the following English language proficiency test scores:

 

Exams

Most Programs

Practical Nursing & Therapeutic Recreation

Health Care Aid

IELTS Academic

6.0; no band below 6.0

6.0 Reading; 6.5 in all other bands

6.0; no band below 5.5

TOEFL (p-BT)

550

N/A

N/A 

TOEFL (i-BT)

80

21 Reading; 22 Speaking; 23 Listening; 25 Writing

71

TOEFL (c-BT)

213

N/A

N/A 

PTE (Pearson)

54

N/A

N/A 

CAEL

60; 60 in Writing, 50 in all other bands

N/A

N/A 

Duolingo (accepted temporarily due to COVID; no longer accepted as of Fall 2022)

105

110

N/A

CELPIP General

N/A

N/A 

7; no section below 6

CLB

N/A

N/A 

7 in all bands

Grade 12 English

Minimum English 30-2 or equivalent from a recognized country*

N/A

N/A 

1 post-secondary English course

From an accredited English-speaking post-secondary institution from a recognized country*

N/A

N/A 

English for Academic Purposes (EAP)

Minimum C grade in EAP 0096, 0097, 0098 at Lethbridge College

N/A

N/A 

Full-time secondary studies in English

N/A

Successful completion of 3 years of full-time secondary education at an English-medium school in a recognized country within 2 years prior to application

Successful completion of 3 consecutive years of full-time education (Grades 9-12) at an approved Canadian high school

Full-time post-secondary studies in English

N/A

Successful completion of 1 year of full-time post-secondary education at an English-medium school in a recognized country within 2 years prior to application

Successful completion of 2 consecutive years of full-time post-secondary education in Canada

Admission Process

 

International students should follow the below steps to seek admission to Lethbridge College:

 

Step 1: Sign in to ApplyAlberta and submit the Pre-requisites directly to the portal.

 

Step 2: If an applicant has difficulty applying through online procedures, they can use the printable application form.

 

Step 3: A non-refundable application fee of $100 is charged via credit card.

 

Step 4: When applying, applicants must have a list of all the courses they are currently enrolled in. 

 

Step 5: Transcripts and grade reports from high school must be submitted without fail.

 

Step 6: English Proficiency Test results.

 

Step 7: Submit the following supporting documents:

 

  • Application form completed
  • Transcripts from high school (GPA equivalent to 2.0)
  • Financial evidence
  • Proof of English proficiency
  • Statement of Financial Position
  • Proof of medical fitness (if necessary)
  • Passport

Accommodation

 

On-Campus Accommodation : 

 

The students will have an experience when they are community residents. Throughout the school year, programmes, events, and activities will make you feel like a member of the Kodiaks family and #WEAREALLKODIAKS!!! As the student strives toward the goals, the entire Residence Life team will be there for each of the students every step of the way.

 

  • The residences of Lethbridge College are set in beautiful surroundings with views of the Rocky Mountains
  • Students will enjoy the convenience of living on campus while still being close to a variety of off-campus services
  • Each person has their bedroom in their shared lodgings, but they share common areas and toilets in either four-bedroom or two-bedroom apartment-style apartments and the dormitories are situated on both sides of the campus
  • Dishes, utensils, toasters, coffee makers, and essential cookware are included in these completely furnished apartments

 

For more information, visit:  https://lethbridgecollege.ca/departments/residence-life 

 

Off-Campus Accommodation : 

 

  • The average monthly rent is between $550 and $650 Canadian dollars
  • Studio apartments, three-bedroom apartments, four-bedroom apartments, and communal apartments are among the residential types
  • The apartments have Wi-Fi internet, kitchen supplies, laundry, and all utilities
  • The apartments are conveniently positioned near grocery stores, restaurants, banks, and university campuses

Placements

 

ACCUPLACER is the primary placement assessment used by Lethbridge College. You may be required to complete all or part of the ACCUPLACER assessment if you are applying to a programme as a mature student or international student, or if you are applying to the Academic Upgrading programme. If the students are unable to complete the ACCUPLACER assessment at Lethbridge College, they can do it at one of the regional campuses, with an off-campus proctor, or online. They will need to fill out an out-of-town request for placement testing form for each of these possibilities.

 

The ACCUPLACER assessment is used to demonstrate one's abilities and knowledge so that the students can be put in programmes or courses that are appropriate for them. Admissions specialists can utilize the scores to suggest programmes that are appropriate for one's skill level.

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Is the Lethbridge College good for international students?

Lethbridge College has a total of 5500 students, including 650 international students. Since international students constitute 2.51 % of international students of the total strength, the university is popular amongst foreign students.

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Lethbridge College is located in Lethbridge, Canada

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Lethbridge College has a campus size of 500 acres. This is bigger than the average university campuses in the city.

Does the Lethbridge College go by any other name?

Lethbridge College is also popularly known as Lethbridge Community College.

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