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I had applied online through the international admissions portal, EducationPlannerBC. I had made an online payment of my application fee of around $ 110. I had received an application number and an e-payment receipt and I had saved these. I had also emailed scanned copies of my high school transcripts to the college. I had also sent a copy of my passport with the photograph page and the address page.
We had the perfect blend of classroom lectures and laboratory sessions where we put this knowledge to actual practice. We learnt matters such as embedded systems, communications, microelectronics, signal processing and control . In the laboratory, we worked on really exciting experiments with microprocessors, programming languages, solar panels, hydrogen fuel cells and small wind turbines.
When I was in 12th grade all of the colleges and universities in B.C. came to our school, I chose Camosun because it was local so I didn't have to travel anywhere for school. It was the cheapest option as well compared to other schools and I had heard good things about all of their programs. Plus I have heard that a lot of companies hire Camosun graduates
The course curriculum is really good. Each class is different and you learn some great skills and knowledge from each course.
I opted for this college because I originally applied, and got accepted, to it for the Nursing program which is extremely innovative as they just designed a brand new, high tech building for the health sciences. Although I switched to Business, the college still has affordable costs and small class sizes to optimize learning and it offers a transfer program. The college is in my hometown and I grew up spending a lot of time there watching volleyball. Throughout high school, I had a 4.0 GPA but I wanted to stay close to home.
So far I'm really enjoying it, particularly statistics.
After completing my bachelor's I was working in a company in the HR department and I realized that I need special education in this field to land into a better position and a better pay scale. And Camosun was the only college that offered such a program in British Columbia. I was already doing my job here and I wanted to find such a course somewhere near. So, I applied to the university through the online portal and was charge with $100 as the application fee.
I'm very much satisfied with the course design. The course covered topics like HR management foundations, recruitment and selection, compensation and benefits and prepares me to work for any private or government body. The course helped me gain practical skills and experience by providing us with academic studies along with the work experience in the internship provided. Internships were like implementing the theories into real business problems.
My major was Computer Science in high school. I have an immense passion for web and programming, I was looking out for a course that wasn't too common and picked up often. That's when my cousin suggested me to apply for a Diploma in Information and Computer Systems. Coming across Camosun College on the internet, I went through its rankings and the kind of academic excellence it possesses, hence without a second thought I filled in the application form online and paid an application fee of $100.
As a first-year student, my current syllabus comprises of software engineering, operations systems, web development, and different programming languages. According to the curriculum, the second year majorly focuses on software analysis, design, and development.