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Suzhou Centennial College

Suzhou Centennial College

Suzhou Centennial College

Introduction

Centennial College is a trailblazing institution that offers a wide range of innovative programs created to meet the changing needs of the workforce. As Ontario's first public College of Applied Arts and Technology, we are committed to providing high-quality education that prepares students for success in a dynamic job market. Embracing accessible education, Centennial offers diverse part-time and online learning opportunities designed to fit your lifestyle and career aspirations.

Our commitment to academic excellence is reflected in delivering over 1,300 part-time courses across seven specialized academic schools, offering flexibility through weekend, evening, and online classes. Additionally, many of our full-time programs are available entirely online in an interactive digital learning environment.

Centennial also offers 35 online part-time programs covering a range of subjects. These programs are tailored to help you attain skills to advance in your career, find a new career path, pursue a new passion, or finish that last course to complete your program.

Our portfolio of 30+ micro-credentials offers the most efficient way to develop in-demand skills to advance your career and prepare for the future of work. These programs are specifically designed for rapid completion, making them the ideal solution for career advancement, aligning perfectly with your learning and scheduling needs.

We're proud to partner with over 1,500 industry leaders who work with us to shape our programs' curriculum and learning outcomes. If you aim to enhance your skills and obtain a micro-credential or certificate through online part-time study, we offer tailored programs to help you achieve your professional development and career goals.

With over 101 talented faculty members teaching online and a thriving community of 3227 online learners supported in 2023, Centennial offers a personalized educational experience to meet each student's unique needs and aspirations.

Are you ready to take your education and career to the next level? Join our vibrant community of learners and professionals. Discover Centennial College's wide range of online programs and courses today. Take the first step towards achieving your career goals by exploring the many possibilities to enhance your professional skills

Admissions

The first step in applying to Centennial College is to figure out if you meet the requirements to get in. Centennial is committed to understanding everyone's academic skills in order to promote student success, and to providing equal access to post-secondary education for everyone. As Admission Requirements vary from program to program, please make sure to review the specific Admission Requirements for your program of choice, and to contact the admissions department for complete details.

Eligibility

While you should still check your specific program of choice for unique requirements, here's an outline of general admission requirements for Centennial College's programs.

If you're applying for an Ontario College Certificate, Diploma, or Advanced Diploma Program, you need:

  • An Ontario Secondary Diploma (OSSD) or an OSSD Equivalency.
  • If you do not have an OSSD, but are 19 years of age or older, you may be eligible to apply as a mature applicant. Any credits, courses and minimum grades to satisfy your program's specific requirements, as well as additional requirements like portfolios, auditions, writing samples, math tests, interviews, or attending on-campus admission sessions. For many programs, you can meet the English and mathematic academic requirements by taking a skills assessment.

If you're applying for a Bachelor Degree Program, you need:

  • An Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or an OSSD Equivalency with a minimum of six 12 U, 12M, OAC credits.
  • If you do not have an OSSD, but are 21 years of age or older, you may be eligible to apply as a mature applicant.
  • Any credits, courses and minimum grades to satisfy your program's specific requirements, as well as additional requirements like portfolios, auditions, writing samples, math tests, interviews, or attending on-campus admission sessions. For degree programs, all academic requirements must be met at the "U" or "M" level, or equivalent.

If you're applying for a Modified Apprenticeship or Co-op Apprenticeship Program, you need:

  • An Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or GED OSSD Equivalency.
  • Any credits, courses and minimum grades to satisfy your program's specific requirements, as well as additional requirements like portfolios, auditions, writing samples, math tests, interviews, or attending on-campus admission sessions.

If you're applying for a Fast-track or Graduate Certificate Program, you need:

  • A university degree or three-year college diploma. For some graduate certificate or fast-track programs, we will consider applicants who have a partial degree (minimum two years) or a two-year college diploma and who have a minimum of two years of work experience related to the program of study. Admission based on partial post-secondary and related experience is at the discretion of the College. Some programs require previous post-secondary education in a specific discipline related to the program.
  • Some programs require you to have completed post-secondary courses like English or math before applying.
  • Any program-specific requirements needed prior to admission, which may include portfolios, auditions, writing samples, interviews, or English and Math admission testing.

Locations

  • Scarborough

    941 Progress Ave, Scarborough, ON M1G 3T8, M1G 3T8, Scarborough

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