Through our partnerships with many Universities and Colleges both in Canada as well as around the world, WEST offers a variety of programs that vary in duration, location and cost to best suit your needs.
Here is a list of some of our most popular programs:
• Information Technology Professional (ITPP)
• Business Management (BMAN)
• Business Management – International Business (BMIB)
• Business Management – Human Resources (BMHR)
• Chemical Production & Power Engineering Technology (CPEX)
• Instrumentation & Control Engineering Technology (ICTX)
• Project Management & Strategic Leadership (PMLT)
• Hotel and Resort Management (HTRT)
• Marketing Management & Professional Sales (MMPT)
• Occupational Health & Safety (OHST)
If you are interested in attending a Post-Grad program as an International Student, please contact us for more details.
These eligible courses are subject to change based on availability. Start dates and campus locations may vary.
Duration: 2 Years (4 Semesters Total)
Location: Toronto, Missisauga and/or Sarnia
Start Date: January, May and/or September
AVAILABILITY AND COVERAGE
Qualified applicants will be eligible to receive an exclusive scholarship valued at $4,000 CAD which will be applied directly to the third term tuition fees of the program. The fourth semester will be completely covered bringing the total savings to $10,600 CAD.
Please note that not all students who apply are guaranteed to be approved; this is a competitive process. These scholarships are only available when applying through WEST.
** If your country of origin does not appear on the list you may still be qualified for scholarship opportunities. Please contact us for more details regarding eligibility.
Work/Study programs are available from 1 year up to 3 years and allow you to attend school and work at the same time. Upon graduation you could stay in Canada longer and continue to work by applying for a post graduate work permit. The duration of this work permit could be from 1 to up to 3 years of working full time.
These programs only start in January, May and September. You will have to show your proof of English proficiency before you can start your classes or you can choose to do an English test at the school. If necessary, you can always take one semester of English preparation at the same school you registered with. Co-Op opportunities are also available.
English as a Second Language (ESL) programs normally consist of 20 English lessons per week focused to improve language comprehension through novel oral and written techniques. The English courses have different levels from basic to advanced. At certain points, you may take a test and if you pass, you may be able to move on to a higher level. In addition, this test also works to measure your progress with the language.
All classes are taught by highly qualified teachers that specialize in teaching English to international students. Classes are held in an international environment with students from different countries. At the end of the course, you get a diploma detailing the progress you have made and your acquired level. Upon completion, you may have pathway opportunities into a number of partner colleges/universities.