College of the Rockies

The College of the Rockies, Canadian public community college, is from British Columbia, Canada. Its main campus is in Cranbrook, with regional campuses in Creston, Fernie, Golden, Invermere, and Kimberley. The College of the Rockies offers wide variety of programs to approximately 2100 full-time equivalent students, including close to 200 international students from more than 30 countries including Nepal.

The College serves a regional population of approximately 82,700 people who live within a large 45,000 square kilometre area. The region, known as the Rocky Mountain Trench, features high mountain ranges separated by ecologically significant valleys and water systems. The regional location of the college allows it to offer students a unique opportunity to blend learning with an active lifestyle. College programs, such as Mountain Adventure Skills Training and other Tourism programs, take advantage of the natural setting to take students out of the classroom and into the world around them.

 

Areas of Study

  • University studies
  • Adult basic education
  • Child youth and family studies
  • Accounting and Administrative studies
  • Education
  • Health
  • Computer technology
  • Engineering and Trades

Features

  • Industry driven courses on offer
  • Regional location
  • A lot of active lifestyle activities for students
  • Strong community link
  • Comparatively low tuition and accommodation fees

Scholarship

  • International Student Excellence Scholarships up to $2,000

 

Intake

Jan, Sept

 

Fee Range

$9,076 - $16,200

Location:
Canada

Institution Type: College