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Academic (minimum grade in bracket)
1. High school graduation or equivalent
2. Human Biology 12 (C+) or equivalent
3. Chemistry 11 (C+) or Pre-Calculus 11 (C+) or Foundations of Math 11 (C+) or Physics 11 (C+)4. English Language Proficiency Requirement
1. Admission to the program is competitive.
2. All qualified candidates will take dexterity and aptitude tests. The applicants with the highest scores will be offered a seat in the program.
3. On acceptance you must provide proof of a valid Basic First Aid Certificate including CPR Level C training.4. If you have:
5. All requests for transfer credit or course exemptions must be submitted with the application.
Applicants also have to satisfy VCC's Institutional Admission Requirements.
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English Language Requirement - Applicants must have proficiency in English at a level suitable for their desired program.
You must meet the admission requirements of your intended program before your name is added to a waitlist or registered in a program.
If you have prior post-secondary education that you want to transfer to VCC you must make a formal request through the Registrar's Office by completing an Approval for Transfer Credit form and attaching all required documents. For more information call 604.443.8411.
You must be at least 18 years old (unless you have graduated from Secondary School) to meet the general admission requirement for VCC. In addition, specific program admission requirements must also be met.
VCC International is the information gateway for International Students. It includes information on admission requirements, application procedures and much more.
Education Building Options for this program are not available.
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