4 (100 ratings)
Canada | Surrey
#72 in Webometrics - National
Fees: $6,593-$10,988 CAD approx
Canada | Sault Ste. Marie
#85 in Webometrics - National
Fees: $10,000-$20,000 CAD approx
Canada | St. Catharines
#1001 in QS Rankings
Fees: $26,343-$37,868 CAD approx
The oldest regional community college in Kootenays, British Columbia, Canada, Selkirk is known as one of the largest institutions in the Boundary and West Kootenay regions. It is also one of the largest institutes in the region today, generating more than CAD 75 million through its economic activity.
Once you have decided on your course of choice, you can check the admission requirements on the college website. The website will give you all the information you need regarding documents and minimum requirements. You may need to take an English proficiency test as well. Remember to check the admission deadlines and start the application process as early as possible.
International students who wish to change a course at Selkirk College can do so by meeting with a Selkirk College counsellor. The last date to withdraw/change a course for the Fall semester is 16 November, and for the Winter semester, it is 14 March. Please check with your counsellor ahead of time to avoid any late applications.
Yes. To date, over 3,100 International students from over 30 countries have studied at Selkirk College. It also offers special scholarships to eligible students.
The application deadline for the winter intake is early December, summer intake is mid-February, and fall intake is early June. However, these dates may vary based on specific programmes. Always check the college website before applying.
Applicants require a minimum GPA of 2.0 to enroll in Selkirk College.