Yellowquill College

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Requirements for Canadian Students

- Applicants must be at least 18 years of age. - This application MUST be accompanied by an official transcript of your current educational standing (e.g. high school, adult basic education). - All applications will be acknowledged. If you have applied for a course which has special entrance procedures, details will be sent to you. - For courses that are heavily subscribed, preference will be given to Manitoba residents. Non-Residents should support their applications with their reasons for wishing to study at this college. - Applicants who are not Canadian citizens are required to provide proof of Canadian immigration status.

Procedure for Canadian Students

Application Deadlines August 15 is the last day for application unless programs reach the maximum capacity. Application forms can be found at:

Academic Year

Type of SystemContinuous
Entrance DatesJune, September
Notes:Administrative Assistant: September and June, also modular Certified Aboriginal Financial Officer: September and June Diabetes Training: 12 weeks (2-week modules) can be offered any time First Nation Governance: September and June Health Care Studies: year round Health Management: September and June Mature Grade 12: 2 semesters (September and June) Social Development Management: September and June Approximately 100 students on campus in full-time programs: Mature Grade 12, Administrative Assistant Program, and Certified Aboriginal Financial Officer Program. An additional 130 students are participating in cooperative training in the area of Health Care (Health Management and Health Care Studies), Social Development Management, Diabetes Training, First Nation Governance, and Certified Aboriginal Financial Officer Program by distance delivery.
Language of InstructionEnglish
Modified on October 03, 2017