North Bay’s Canadore College has expanded its agreement with Oshawa’s University of Ontario Institute of Technology that gives the college’s international students increased access to college-to-university transfer programs.
Under the deal’s new terms, international Canadore students will be able to declare their intent to attend UOIT for an undergraduate degree in their first semester of study, and will automatically be considered for admission to a college-to-university transfer program at UOIT upon graduation.
“We are delighted to extend our partnership with Canadore College to provide new avenues for international students to pursue college-to-university transfer options,” states Dr. Deborah Saucier, the provost and vice-president of academics for UOIT.
“We look forward to continuing to build on the collaboration between our two institutions and creating a consistent, flexible and seamless system for all students.”
Grads from Canadore will be able to apply their credits towards nine UOIT undergraduate programs: allied health sciences, biological science, commerce, communication and digital media studies, criminology and justice, educational studies and digital technology, forensic psychology, information technology security and political science.