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Admissions Policies and Practices
LCC's admission policy is designed to ensure fairness and equitable access to our programs.

ADMISSIONS DECISIONS
Admissions decisions fall into one of the following three categories:

  1. Acceptance - applicants who meet the admissions requirements to the program of study to which they applied.
  2. Conditional Acceptance - applicants who do not meet all of the admissions requirements to the program of study to which they applied may be offered acceptance subject to meeting specified conditions prior to the start of the program.
  3. Not Accepted – applicants who do not meet the admissions requirements for the program to which they have applied.

General
Entrance Requirements

For acceptance into any of LCC’s programs students must:

 

 

  • Be 17+ years old. If a student in any program is under the age of 19, a parent or adult guardian must sign their contract.
  • Meet Canadian visa requirements.
  • Before registering for a course, students will need to provide proof of English proficiency. This can be done by providing a valid IELTS, TOEFL, CLBPT or CELPIP score or by taking LCC’s English Assessment.
    Returning students need to be assessed again if they have been taking classes for more than one year.

Program specific requirements.
Entrance requirements can also be found on individual program and course pages. 

Comprehensive English

  • Be 17+ years old. If a student in any program is under the age of 19, a parent or adult guardian must sign their contract.

General English.

  • Have proven English proficiency of at least a Canadian Language Benchmark of 1+.

Intensive English.

  • Have proven English proficiency of at least a Canadian Language Benchmark of 4+.

Test Preparation

  • Be 17+ years old. If a student in any program is under the age of 19, a parent or adult guardian must sign their contract.

IELTS Preparation.
TOEFL Preparation.
Academic English.

 

Academic English (articulated).

  • Have proven English proficiency of at least a Canadian Language Benchmark of 4+.

 

  • Have proven English proficiency of at least a Canadian Language Benchmark of 5+.

Special Focus Short-Term Courses

  • Be 17+ years old. If a student in any program is under the age of 19, a parent or adult guardian must sign their contract.

Pronunciation.

 

Let's Talk About It (Speaking).

What's on TV.

 

Writing Skills.

  • Have proven English proficiency of at least a Canadian Language Benchmark of 2+.

 

  • Have proven English proficiency of at least a Canadian Language Benchmark of 3+. 
  • Have proven English proficiency of at least a Canadian Language Benchmark of 3+.

 

  • Have proven English proficiency of at least a Canadian Language Benchmark of 4+.

Diploma Programs

  • Be 17+ years old. If a student in any program is under the age of 19, a parent or adult guardian must sign their contract.

Business Diploma Program

 

Requirements apply to all of the following diploma programs:
Global Tourism, International Business Management Skills, Leadership Preparation, Professional Communication and Marketing, TESOL, TESOL with practicum.

  • Have proven English proficiency of at least a Canadian Language Benchmark of 4+.

 

  • Have proven English proficiency of at least a Canadian Language Benchmark of 5+.

 

Career Co-op Programs

  • Career Co-op Diploma Program Students must:
    - Be 18+ years old or have evidence of high school graduation.
  • By the start of the co-op work component, students must:
    -Be 19+ years old.

Requirements apply to all of the following co-op programs:
Global Tourism, International Business Management Skills , Leadership Preparation, Professional Communication and Marketing.

Management and Leadership, Management and Tourism, Marketing and Management, Marketing and Tourism.

  • Have proven English proficiency of at least a Canadian Language Benchmark of 5+ or have successfully completed an approved prerequisite program.

 

By the start of the co-op work component, students must:
-Have successfully completed the co-op study component.
-Have a Canadian Study Permit and Co-op Work Permit
-Have a Canadian Social Insurance Number (SIN).
-Have valid medical insurance coverage.

 

 

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