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NorQuest College is a publicly funded, post-secondary institution serving 17,592 students each year—64 per cent of whom are born outside of Canada—offering a diverse, multicultural learning experience.
NorQuest offers certificate and diploma programs in health, business, and community studies, as well as English language training and high school courses through academic upgrading. Our programs will prepare you for entry into your next career choice.
While in the classroom you will be taught by faculty who are trained in their disciplines and keep current with technologies that enhance your learning experience.
With small class sizes, excellent student services, and an inclusive and supportive environment, we can help you find your place in the world through learning.
NorQuest delivers relevant programs, many of which include opportunities for work experience, allowing students to gain valuable, real-world experience to prepare for the global workforce.
Get started today; applying to NorQuest is simple.
If you are applying to a credit program, you can apply online, by mail or email. You can also register in an Open Studies course or program.
International students without a valid Canadian study permit must apply to NorQuest College at least two months prior to the term start date of their program. This allows time for the admission process to be completed and for a study permit to be obtained.
|Term Start||Application Deadline|
|Fall||June 30, 2017|
|Winter||October 31, 2017|
|Spring||February 28, 2018|
Apply early to allow time to obtain a Student Visa or Study Permit.
Here are important links to review prior to applying:
Studying and living in a new country can be exciting and overwhelming at the same time. It can be challenging to determine the logistics such as what the weather will be like, where you will be living, whether you need to bring summer or winter clothes or what types of food you will be able to purchase just to name the few.
International students are encouraged to arrive in Edmonton a least one week before the first day of class. In that time students will need to make housing arrangements, open a Canadian back account, buy clothing, finalize tuition and fee payments, and learn how to get to the campus. The international student office will assist students with various tips on settling into their new environment with such help on college resources, new culture adaption, campus and downtown tours and living in Edmonton advices all in a unique student orientation held before the first day of school.
Note: international student orientation is mandatory for all international students.
Here are important links to review prior to arriving:
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