Canada Colleges That Accept Pte

Click here to find out more about the PTE requirements and PTE course fees at Trent University.

PTE Scores required: 75

PTE Course Duration: 4 weeks (16 hours per week)

Course Start Date: January 24, 2020 (Sunday)

Course End Date: February 14, 2020 (Wednesday)

Location: Peterborough/Ontario, Canada

Canada Colleges That Accept Pte

Athabasca University

Athabasca University is a public university in Athabasca, Alberta, Canada. It was founded in 1970 as Athabasca Bible College by members of the Assemblies of God; it became a secular institution in 1995. The name “Athabasca” means “where there are reeds” in Cree and refers to its location on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River.

The university offers over 100 undergraduate degrees and graduate programs through six faculties: arts and sciences; business; education & learning sciences; engineering science & technology; health & wellness studies; Indigenous engagement & community development

Royal Roads University

Royal Roads University is a public university in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. It is a member of the Universities Canada, the Canadian University Network, and the International Association of Universities. The college has an enrollment population of about 3,000 students.

The school’s campus is located on traditional Coast Salish territories belonging to the Songhees people and Esquimalt Nation.

Carleton University

Carleton University is a public research university in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The enabling legislation is the Carleton University Act, 1952, S.O. 1952 c. 15, as amended.[7] The university was founded on rented premises in 1942 under the leadership of Dr. Franklin Carmichael and originally established as “The College ofEducation” by the Ontario legislature.[8] It would evolve into Carleton College and later into Carleton University at which point it started granting degrees under its current name.[9][10]

Carleton’s School of Journalism was founded in 1999.[11] It became known for its innovation in education when it began offering journalism courses online; many of these classes were also available to students enrolled at other Canadian universities.[12][13] In 2004 the school won North America’s most prestigious prize for educational publishing from UNESCO—the Noma Concours d’Excellence award—for its multimedia curriculum.[14][15][16]

Thompson Rivers University

Thompson Rivers University (commonly referred to as TRU) is a public, research university located in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada.

Thompson Rivers University is a member of the U15, a group of research-intensive universities in Canada.

Concordia University Of Edmonton

  • Concordia University of Edmonton is a public research university in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It was established in 1962 as Concordia College, a liberal arts college, and became a university in 1992. The university offers more than 70 undergraduate programs and over 50 graduate studies and doctoral degrees. The student population is 6,000 at the undergraduate level and 2,500 at the graduate level (total: 8500).
  • Academics: Undergraduate students are required to complete 24 credit points each year (48 total) with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or above in order to be eligible for graduation. Graduate school requires an average of 30 hours per week per course during regular school terms; however this varies based upon program requirements as well as individual student needs/desires

University of Prince Edward Island

The University of Prince Edward Island is a public liberal arts university in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada, and the sole university in the province. Established in 1789 as an Anglican church academy and later designated as a college in 1804, UPEI is one of the oldest universities in Canada. Its two main campuses are located at Alberton (near Georgetown) and Stellerton (near Montague), with smaller satellite campuses across mainland Nova Scotia and its only graduate school located at Cape Breton University.

Memorial University of Newfoundland

  • Memorial University of Newfoundland (MUN) is a public university in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. It was founded in 1925 as Memorial University College. The university is the largest in Newfoundland and Labrador, with over 18,000 students
  • MUN offers over 200 undergraduate degrees and graduate degrees in more than 180 areas of study.

Colleges and Universities that accept PTE in Canada

  • Alberta
  • Athabasca University (Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge)
  • Concordia University College of Alberta (Edmonton)
  • British Columbia
  • Simon Fraser University (Burnaby)
  • Thompson Rivers University (Kamloops)

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