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 Child and Youth Care in Indigenous Communities
SchoolUniversity of Victoria
LocationVictoria, BC, Canada
School TypeUniversity
School SizeFull-time Undergraduate: 19,000
Full-time Graduate: 3,500
Length2 Year(s)
Entry Grade (%)*75% to 100%
  •   English 
Prerequisites NotesNo Year 1 entry. Consult the UVic Calendar for pre-admission information and admission requirements. Students who have been recommended by the appropriate Indigenous community review body for admission to the Indigenous community-based diploma have the option to apply for restricted UVic admission (contact the School of Child and Youth Care for details). Such students must complete a UVic Application for Admission.
National: $6,428
International: $22,783
Scholarships9 scholarship(s)
DescriptionThe School has responded to the child and youth care needs of specific cultural groups through the development of community-based, culturally sensitive course work. Certain specific admission criteria apply to applicants in this program. The School recognizes the successful completion of the 30-unit program with a Diploma in Child and Youth Care. The Diploma ladders into the 60-unit degree program in Child and Youth Care (CYC). Students wishing to complete the CYC degree following diploma completion must apply to the degree program.
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