ADMISSIONS PROCESS

At Cambria College we have an easy 3 Step Admissions Process. We also have a Rolling Admissions Policy, which means you can apply at any time for Fall or Spring sessions! 


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INQUIRE

Call or email us to learn more about our programs. We will be happy to answer all of your questions. Meet with the Director to discuss your interest, suitability and to learn more about the requirements, funding options, and start dates! 

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APPLY

Use our online application or fill one out in person by visiting our campus! We need your basic contact details and a brief history of your education. You will also need to submit all of the required documents listed below as part of the process. 

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INTERVIEW

Students who complete the first two parts of our Admissions Process will be invited to formally Interview with our Campus Director and discuss enrollment. Admissions decisions are made as quickly as possible in person once the process is complete. 


*ALL BRITISH COLUMBIA HCA PROGRAM APPLICANTS ARE REQUIRED TO DEMONSTRATE ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY*
Proof of English Language Proficiency Requirements:
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Applicants who were Educated in English: Applicants who were Educated in Another Language:

A. Completed Application Form A. Completed Application Form

B. Copy of your Government Issued ID B. Copy of your Government Issued ID

C. Completed Self-Declaration Form C. Completed Self-Declaration Form

D. Official transcripts from secondary or post-secondary institutions indicating: D. Submission of one of the following test scores: (Test must be written in the past 2 years)

i. English courses with a ā€œCā€ or higher i. TOEFL: Overall score of 76, minimum 20 in Speaking and Listening and 18 in Reading and Writing.

ii. Minimum Grade 10 English (Grade C or higher) ii. IELTS : Overall score of 6, minimum 6 in Speaking and Listening and 5.5 in Reading and Writing.

iii. College courses determined to be equivalent to completion of Grade 10 English (or higher) iii. CLB PT: Listening 7, Speaking 7, Reading 6 and Writing 6. (Test must be written in the past year)

iv. Results from a Canadian Adult Achievement Test (CAAT) or Language Placement Index (LPI). iv. CAEL: Overall Score of 60, with no section less than 50.

FORMS

PLEASE DOWNLOAD AND SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING REQUIRED FORMS FOR SUCCESSFUL APPLICATION TO OUR HCA DIPLOMA PROGRAM: