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Selkirk College

Selkirk College has been an integral part of life in the West Kootenay-Boundary for more than 50 years. Inspiring lifelong learning and transforming lives through education and training, it is British Columbia’s oldest regional college created through a community referendum. Serving more than 11,000 full and part time students annually, Selkirk College has campuses and learning centres in seven different communities across the region.

Selkirk College offers more than 60 academic, career, vocational and technical programs. Some of the programs include: Business Administration, Industry & Trades Training, Digital Arts & New Media, University Arts & Sciences, Health & Human Services, Resort & Hotel Management, Professional Cook Training, English Language Program, Hairdressing, Forest Technology, Geographic Information Systems, Kootenay Studio Arts, Music & Technology, Nursing, Peace Studies, Rural Pre-Medicine, Ski Resort Operations & Management, Adult Basic Education and more.

A learner-centred college, all of the educational experiences and pathways take place in vibrant mountain communities rich in culture and recreation.

For more information on Selkirk College go to selkirk.ca and join them on Facebook at facebook.com/SelkirkCollege.

  • Transfer Credit

    When your transfer credit is to be used as a prerequisite, you will need to apply for credit well before the semester in which the prerequisite must be met.

    Depending on the nature of your previous courses, transfer credit may be used to satisfy Selkirk’s graduation requirements. Up to 75% of our certificate, diploma or associate degrees may consist of credit obtained from studies completed at another accredited post-secondary institution.

    Transfer credit accepted by Selkirk College may not be accepted by another institution, nor for the purpose of Canada Student Loans or BC Provincial Loans. A passing grade of 50% or higher is required to obtain transfer credit. Some program policies may specify that a passing grade of 50% is not acceptable for graduation or to satisfy the prerequisite for a subsequent course.

    Transfer credit can only be approved by completing the Selkirk College “Application for Transfer Credit” form in consultation with the School Chair of your program. Please contact your School Chair to discuss the potential of transfer credit and proper application completion.

    Transfer policy procedure see here.

  • Additional Resources

    Contact

    Tel: 1.888.953.1133 ext 21233
    Email

     

    Website
    selkirk.ca
    Transfer Credits

Transfer Information
  • BC Transfer Student

    If you have attended another post-secondary institution, you may be approved to have the credit from courses completed at that institution transferred to Selkirk College. You are strongly encouraged to apply for transfer-credit evaluation at the time of application to the program. Students can use BC Transfer Guide to lookup courses that transfer within BC post-secondary institutions.

    For details about Transfer Credit, please check here.

  • Out-of-Province Transfer Student

    If you have attended another post-secondary institution, you may be approved to have the credit from courses completed at that institution transferred to Selkirk College. You are strongly encouraged to apply for transfer-credit evaluation at the time of application to the program.

    For details about Transfer Credit, please check here.

  • Mature Student & PLAR

    If you are at least 19 years old at the time of registration you are eligible for general admission to Selkirk. You must also meet any admission requirements of your intended program.

    Special Note: The admission requirements for all Selkirk College programs are detailed separately in Education Planner.

  • International Student
    For details on International Student Admission, please check here.
  • How to Apply & EducationPlannerBC

    Learn more about admissions at Selkirk College and apply online.

     

    Selkirk College is a BC public institution authorized under provincial legislation to deliver post-secondary education and training in B.C. Use EducationPlannerBC.ca to explore and apply for admission to BC public post-secondary institutions.

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