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St. Clair College of Applied Arts and Technology is a college in the Southwestern Ontario counties of Essex and Chatham-Kent. Its main administration and largest campus sites are in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. In addition, other campuses are located in Chatham and Wallaceburg.

St. Clair College is the place to start your journey in pursuit of your career and lifelong learning. It's where you will learn new things, expand your mind, create lasting friendships, experience college life, and most importantly, get the skills and knowledge you need to get the job!

 St. Clair College embraces the very best in a college education - excellence in teaching, applied learning in our state-of-the-art labs, numerous student support services to help you succeed, and an amazing campus life experience.

 St. Clair provides all of this and more for 8,300 full time students who participate in over 100 advanced diplomas, diplomas, degrees and graduate certificates focused in Health, Technology, Business, Media Arts and Social Services.

English Language Requirements:

·        PG – 6.5 band with no band less than 6.0

·        UG  – 6.0 band with no band less than 5.5

Qualification:

  • For Undergraduate programs; 12th Grade Certificate with at least 50% score
  • For Graduate Programs; THREE/FOUR year relevant Bachelors Degree with at least 50% score

 

CERTIFICATE , DIPLOMA & ADVANCED DIPLOMA 

Academic and Career Entrance

Advertising & Marketing Communications Management

Animation - 2D/3D(Formerly Animation - Tradigital)

Apprenticeship

Architectural Technology

Autism & Behavioural Science

Biomedical Engineering Technology - Equipment and Devices

Border Services

Business

Business - Accounting

Business - Marketing

Business Administration - Accounting

Business Administration - Finance

Business Administration - Human Resources

Business Administration - International

Business Administration - Marketing

Cardiovascular Technology

Carpentry and Renovation Techniques

Chemical Laboratory Technology

Child and Youth Care- (Formerly Child & Youth Worker)

Civil Engineering Technology

College and Employment Preparation

Community & Justice Services

Community Integration through Cooperative Education

Computer Systems Technician - Networking

Construction Engineering Technician

Culinary Management

Dental Assisting Level I & II

Dental Hygiene

Developmental Services Worker

 

Diagnostic Medical Sonography

Early Childhood Education

Educational Support- (Formerly Educational Assistant)

Electrical Engineering Technician

Electrical Techniques

Electromechanical Engineering Technician - Robotics

Electronics Engineering Technology - Industrial Automation

English for Academic Purposes (EAP)

Entertainment Technology

Esthetician / (FAST TRACK)

Event Management

Fashion Design Technician

Fitness & Health Promotion

Freight Forwarding & Logistics

General Arts and Science

Graphic Design

Hairstylist / (FAST TRACK)

Heating, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Technician

Hospitality - Hotel & Restaurant

Human Resources Management

Interior Design

International Business Management

Internet Applications and Web Development

Journalism

Landscape Horticulture

Liberal Arts

Mechanical Engineering Technician - Industrial

Mechanical Engineering Technology - Automotive Product Design

Mechanical Technician - Cad/Cam / (FAST TRACK)

Media Convergence

Medical Laboratory Science

Medical Laboratory Technician

Mobile Applications Development

Motive Power Technician

Music Theatre Performance

Native Community Worker

Native Early Childhood Education

Nursing - BScN

Occupational Therapist Assistant/Physiotherapist Assistant

Office Administration - Executive

Office Administration - General

Office Administration - Health Services

Office Administration - Legal

Paralegal

Paramedic

Personal Support Worker

Pharmacy Technician

Plumbing Techniques

Police Foundations

Power Engineering Technology - Mechanical / (FAST TRACK)

Powerline Technician

Practical Nursing

Pre-Health Sciences Pathway to Advanced Diplomas and Degrees

Pre-Service Firefighter Education and Training

Protection, Security and Investigation

Public Relations

Respiratory Therapy

Social Service Worker - Gerontology

Sport & Recreation Management

Tourism - Travel

Veterinary Technician

Web and Interactive Advertising

Welding Techniques

Woodworking Technician

 

 

POST GRADUATE CERTIFICATE
BUSINESS

•              Human Resources Management

•              International Business Management

COMMUNITY STUDIES

•              Autism & Behavioural Science

•              Autism & Behavioural Science (Alternate Delivery)

•              Child and Youth Care - Accelerated

•              Developmental Services Worker - Accelerated

•              Early Childhood Education - Accelerated

MEDIA STUDIES

•              Event Management

•              Media Convergence

•              Web and Interactive Advertising

JUSTICE STUDIES

•              Border Services - Fast Track

•              Paralegal - Accelerated

•              Police Foundation - Fast Track

•              Protection, Security and Investigation – Fast Track

HEALTH SCIENCES

•              Medical Laboratory Technician

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

•              Mechanical Technician - CAD/CAM - Fast Track

 

 

While it is up to the student to decide where they will live during their studies, the international department can assist you with suggestions for accommodations.

College Residence: Windsor & Chatham

By living in the Residence, you will be in an environment that supports the educational and social development of the  residents. With many study and social lounges throughout the building, you will have the opportunity to meet people of varied backgrounds and ethnicities and make friendships and memories that last a lifetime.

Enjoy campus life to the max at the residential facilities. In Windsor, each of the 204, two bedroom suites comes completely furnished and includes a kitchenette with microwave and mini-fridge. Cable TV, 24/7 security, common lounge areas, laundry facilities and a short walk to class are just some of the benefits. In Chatham, the 12 unit, 48 student residence is located right on campus and each unit offers four bedrooms, a full kitchen, living room and two bathrooms.

HOMESTAY

The Canada Homestay Network Founded in 1995, the Canada Homestay Network has served tens of thousands of international students St. Clair’s agent will arrange a personalized match with a Canadian host based on mutual interests, lifestyles, and educational goals

OFF CAMPUS

 Housing and Apartment Rentals

 If you choose to rent an apartment or house during your stay you may way to consider asking other students to become roommates and share the cost of rent.

 

 

 

 

 

 

St Clair College Scholarships

Universal Retention Scholarships – $600 & $1000

Criteria:

•             Enrolled for 3 semesters in a full time academic program

•             Paid off full international fee

•             Cumulative GPA of first 2 full time semester 3.0 – <3.5 ($600)

               Cumulative GPA of first 2 full time semester 3.5 – 4.0 ($1000)

•             Students should have their SIN numbers

Campus Care Scholarship – $500

Criteria:

•             Enrolled for 3 semesters in a full time academic program

•             Paid off full international fee

•             Nominees can be self-applied/nominated, nominated by academic department, nominated by international office, or others

•             The minimum 2 semesters cumulative GPA is 3.5

•             Other achievement such as leadership, community contributions, etc.

Student Representative Council – International Student Scholarship

Criteria:

•             Must be enrolled full time in any program

•             Must have a grade point average of 3.0 or higher


Quick Facts


INSTITUTION TYPEPUBLIC

FOUNDING YEAR1966

CAMPUSSUB URBAN

FEES

The tuition cost for international students varies depending on the program choice of the individual. However, for most programs the estimated cost for one year’s tuition is $12,500. The estimated textbook cost is $1000 per year or $500 a semester.

COST OF LIVING

Most students budget approximately $20,000 to $24,000 annually to study and live in Windsor, Canada.

UNIVERSITY WEBSITE

http://www.stclaircollege.ca


RANKING OF UNIVERSITIES


World Ranking                     :        8839

Country Rank                       :         136

Presence                               :         13918

Impact                                   :         5740

Openness                              :          9491

Excellence                             :          5789


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2000 Talbot Road West, Windsor, ON N9A 6S4, Canada

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