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Academic (minimum grade needed in bracket)
1. One of:
3. Math (within the past seven years)
Applicants also have to satisfy OC's institution admission requirements as listed below.
English is the language of instruction and communication at Okanagan College. All applicants, including Canadian citizens, whose native or primary language is other than English, must demonstrate a command of English sufficient to meet the demands of classroom instruction and written assignments.
Applicants Whose First Language Is Not English
If English is not your first language, you must submit documentation of ONE OF the following when applying to diploma, degree and certificate programs:
A score exceeding level 4 on the Okanagan College English Language Assessment (OCELA).
A minimum grade of 70% in B.C. secondary school English 12 or its equivalent for the Bachelor of Business Administration program or a minimum grade of 60% for most other programs.
If you have successfully completed a diploma or degree from an accredited institution at which English is the language of instruction, you may submit your academic transcript for review by Okanagan College. Subject to verification, this diploma or degree may be used to meet the English requirement for admission to Okanagan College.
Documentation of English language proficiency should be sent directly to email@example.com or ideally be submitted with the online application.
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The following Citizenship and Immigration, Age, and English requirements apply.
For details on Transfer Student admission check here
For details on Mature Student admission check here.
For details on applying to Okanagan College check the Become a Student site here.
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