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Algonquin College of Applied Arts and Technology is an English-language college is located in Canada’s capital city of Ottawa, Ontario. It is a part of Canada’s Polytechnics and is publicly funded.
|Award||A Place for Mom 2017 Senior Care Scholarship||1,000|
|Cambrian College Board of Governors Award||TBD|
|Cambrian College Secondary School Achievement Award||TBD|
|Cambrian College Achievement Award||TBD|
|Cambrian International Award of Excellence Winter||TBD|
|Accounting Program Volunteering Award||250|
|Business and Professional Women's (BPW) Club of Greater Sudbury||TBD|
|Bernadette (Bernie) Bisson Award of Excellence||250|
|ALERTech Community Achievement Award||TBD|
|Bursary||A.C.T. - United Commercial Travelers Bursary||TBD|
|Alfred Louis Favretto Memorial Bursary||2000|
|Cambrian College Athletic Bursary||TBD|
|Anna Liisa Laamanen Bursary||250|
|Appraisals North Realty Inc. Bursary||600|
|Atkinson Charitable Foundation Bursary||TBD|
|Benefit Partners/NRCS Bursary||TBD|
|Scholarship||Aune Koivula Early Childhood Education Scholarship Fund||1500 to 2500|
|Beyond Superficial Scholarship||1500|
|Bill 7 Award Scholarship||2500|
|Cambrian International Community Scholarship Winter||TBD|
|Cambrian International Community Scholarship - Fall||TBD|
|A3 Construction Inc. Scholarship||TBD|
|Cambrian International Entrance Scholarship - Fall||TBD|
As of 2017, a total of 20,675 students have enrolled for various courses and studying at Algonquin School.
Here are a few facts related to Algonquin in terms of the student intake.
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|Living room||Laundry room|
Algonquin offers a total of 354 programs, further divided in undergraduate, graduate, postgraduate programs. The institute also offers joint Executive in partnership with various institutes.
Interested and eligible students can choose from programs depending upon their interest and the campus.
Here is the list of various courses offered by the college:
|Business Analytics||Arts and culture|
|Big data||Quantitative methods|
|Sport||Marketing and sales|
|Human resources||Logistics and Operations|
|Business Intelligence||Operational research|
|Financial engineering||Project management|
The college aims in overall development of students and allows the students to choose flexible timings of the classes. The students can choose class timings depending upon their flexibility. Some of the courses schedule is given below:
For direct entry into Diploma or Degree programs, candidates must have the following scores in the English Language Proficiency Test.
|Diploma||IELTS- 6, TOEFL- 80 iBT|
|Degree||IELTS- 6.5, TOEFL- 88 iBT|
To ensure your application to Algonquin College has the best chance of success, follow the given steps:
Please note that there are specific instructions for students from China, India, Vietnam and the Philippines.
The Tuition fees for the students studying in the Algonquin College can be summed as following:
|Tuition & Books||Amount|
|Tuition and College Fees (8-Month Academic Year)||$12,500 – $16,000|
|Books and School Supplies||$1,000 – $1,500|
|Airport Pick-up (Residence – Homestay)||$80 – $95|
|Bus Pass (Student Pass)||$935|
|Gym Membership (On-campus)||$330|
|Accommodations & Meals (3 meals/day)||$10,075|
|Meal Plan (Mandatory)||$2,000|
Students have a variety of Awards and Scholarships available from across Algonquin College, the Students’ Association, and external supporters.
Scholarships, prizes and awards are given in recognition of academic excellence, and can include money, plaques, books, medals, etc, or any combination thereof.
They are given in recognition of achievement at a variety of levels (program, department, school), for various areas (subject, program, activity, student government, etc.) and often reflect the interest and commitment of donors from the community.
The scholarships and awards are categorized as below:
Students can work on campus while studying at the institute. There are four different groups that hire students at the college.
Student Support Services: students can work here the openings are generally in the month of Spring and Summer. This particular Dept provides job opportunities for AC Hub and Help Desks, events and orientation.
Ancillary Services: this dept recruits students in august ending and September beginning. Few positions are available throughout the year too. The dept runs food services, parking, card services, and the bookstore.
Students’ Association: this dept recruits students throughout the year. They run various stores like Starbucks, Observatory, Theatre, Thunder Athletics and the SA office.
Also, there are other smaller departments and academic programs that hire students occasionally.
The placements records of the college in past few years can be summed as follows:
In 2016, 81.8% of the graduates surveyed were employed, 80% reported that their work was related to the program, 10% reported that it was partially related.
In 2015, 90% of the graduates surveyed were employed, 72% reported that their work was related to the program, 27.8 % reported that it was partially related.
In 2014, 88.9% of the graduates surveyed were employed, 82.4% reported that their work was related to the program, 5.9 % reported that it was partially related.
In 2013, 85.2% of the graduates surveyed were employed, 70.8% reported that their work was related to the program, 16.7 % reported that it was partially related.
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