Overview Of Canadian Education
CASSOC processes the following types of admission for her members: High school diploma and tertiary credentials like Post-secondary certificate, post-secondary diploma, Associate degree (Advanced diploma), post-graduate certificate, post-graduate diploma, Bachelor’s degree, and Masters.
High School Diploma
High school diploma is usually awarded after the completion of Grade 12 in Canada. A unique example is the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) which provides unique opportunities of getting admission into one of the top universities in Canada. You can enroll for a High School diploma through CASSOC.
- Two language options (English or French) of achieving your High School diploma
- High school diploma in Canada gives you more tertiary admission options
- Students with High school diploma in Canada are more likely to have higher academic performance in Canadian universities or polytechnics
Tertiary credentials like Post-secondary certificate, post-secondary diploma, Associate degree (Advanced diploma), post-graduate certificate, post-graduate diploma, Bachelor’s degree, and Masters are possible through CASSOC. As an international student on study permit, you will be required to spend at least two semesters in fulfilling the requirements of a tertiary credential
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