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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:
Practical Nursing & Therapeutic Recreation
Health Care Aid
6.0; no band below 6.0
6.0 Reading; 6.5 in all other bands
6.0; no band below 5.5
21 Reading; 22 Speaking; 23 Listening; 25 Writing
60; 60 in Writing, 50 in all other bands
Duolingo (accepted temporarily due to COVID; no longer accepted as of Fall 2022)
7; no section below 6
7 in all bands
Grade 12 English
Minimum English 30-2 or equivalent from a recognized country*
1 post-secondary English course
From an accredited English-speaking post-secondary institution from a recognized country*
English for Academic Purposes (EAP)
Minimum C grade in EAP 0096, 0097, 0098 at Lethbridge College
Full-time secondary studies in English
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
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
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.
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.
For more information, visit: https://lethbridgecollege.ca/departments/residence-life
Off-Campus Accommodation :
I am a current student at Lethbridge College. I chose this college because it is the right choice for me. The campus is beautiful and well maintained with great facilities, such as libraries, computer labs and a health centre. There are also several sports fields which are used by students of all ages. It has fast-growing diverse community that will provide you with opportunities to grow in your career field while being able to enjoy every day life on campus too!
Lethbridge College is a very good school with all the necessary amenities it needs to provide quality education to its students through excellent faculty members that truly care about every single one.
This is a great place to study. It's really affordable and has some of the best programs in Canada. The college offers amazing career opportunities for students that graduate from Lethbridge College, which allows them to pursue their dreams and passion without going broke at the same time.
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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.
Lethbridge College is located in Lethbridge, Canada
Lethbridge College has a campus size of 500 acres. This is bigger than the average university campuses in the city.
Lethbridge College is also popularly known as Lethbridge Community College.