Applicants must be at least 18 years of age by the start date of the program, Canadian citizens, landed immigrants, or possess a student authorization. An interview and/or entrance assessment may be required for some programs. Prior learning/experience may be recognized for equivalency.
NorQuest College is a publicly funded, post-secondary institution serving 17,592 students each year—64 per cent of whom are born outside of Canada—offering a diverse, multicultural learning experience. We offer certificate and diploma programs in health, business, and community studies, as well as English language training and high school courses through academic upgrading.
Our programs will prepare you for entry into your next career choice. While in the classroom you will be taught by faculty who are trained in their disciplines and keep current with technologies that enhance your learning experience.
ApplyAlberta is the province-wide online application system that authorizes free transcript transfers between participating Alberta post-secondary institutions. Using this option eliminates the need for you to pay for and provide official printed Alberta post-secondary transcripts, and is the easiest way to apply. Another option is to go to the NorQuest College website to download the NorQuest College Application for Admission (PDF) and complete the form for the program you wish to take. Submit the application by mail, fax, or online, you will be contacted by the Registrar’s Office.
International students without a valid Canadian study permit must apply to NorQuest College at least two months prior to the term start date of their program. This allows time for the admission process to be completed and for a study permit to be obtained.
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