based on 3 students ratings
I was excited to get admitted here as the highly-qualified faculty, affordable tuition, small classes, personal contact, and extensive scholarship and awards program offered by GPRC attracted me from a wide area. My college established collaborative partnerships that rapidly and effectively meet the varied needs of learners. After securing a GPA of 8, I had applied to the college through an online application form. My application fees were around $140.
This is a holistic program, blending courses in Business and Indigenous studies, which is designed to develop students? essential skills for critical thinking, research, writing, and planning. We were prepared to pursue entry-level careers in various organizations serving an Indigenous population. I had to apply for year two of the program after completing the Business Administration Certificate. My program introduced me to basic business functions and serves as a foundation for all diploma programs. This certificate is also available online and through distance learning.
I chose this college because my friend recommended it. And when I explored the website of this college, I found the same course that I was searching for. Then I pay the application fee of $140 as I applied at the college official website and got the offer letter within a week. I have done my +2 in a non-medical stream with 72% marks. In this college, I enrolled in computing and information systems.
As I want to make my career in programming field, I can say that this course is a perfect fit for me. Theoretical labs are scheduled in which I can easily build my programming skills. To improve the life skills of each and every student extra classes are conducted. The college also arranges guest lectures which are a plus point to know about the new technologies or coding languages.
BSc Nursing is a very competitive program. I previously applied to MacEwan university but did not get accepted. I found out about GPRC through the family that lived nearby, thought it was worth a shot to apply. I applied not October 1st and found out I got into the program in March! Since then they have been very supportive and understanding. It took me two years out of high-school and academic upgrading so I could have aboriginal studies to apply with. Overall I am so happy to finally be starting my journey at GPRC.
My opinion on the curriculum is positive. It has recently changed to a more self-aware curriculum and how to become a nurse and not just knowing the material.