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Vancouver Community College

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The smart alternative to applying direct for a degree at Vancouver Community College and the easy way to find programs that match your eligibility and aspirations

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Studying abroad at Vancouver Community College

Vancouver Community College is a popular public college situated in the famous Canadian city of Vancouver. It has two campuses in the city and is one of the largest post-secondary institutions in the province of British Columbia.

The College offers a diverse range of programs suitable for international students with a wide variety of interests. There are courses in disciplines including business, design, hospitality, performing arts, technology, and more.

The campuses are home to outstanding facilities like recreational areas, dining options, green spaces, spacious classrooms, social zones, computer labs, and student support services to name a few.

Find & apply to programs at Vancouver Community College

Find programs you love that match your needs & aspirations, where you stand a high chance of acceptance.

Why study at Vancouver Community College

  • Small classes

    Benefit from personalized attention from staff

  • Financial aid

    The College offers great support packages including scholarships

  • Great location

    Canada is a top student destination

Life as an international student

International students from all over the world choose to study at Vancouver Community College each year. The campus is bursting with different cultures, faiths, traditions, and languages - it’s a great place to be.

Student-friendly accommodation is plentiful in Vancouver. Overseas students will have no problem finding convenient, modern, and safe housing - there are residences to suit different tastes and preferences.

Vancouver Community College’s amazing international office understands how hard moving to a new country can be. The delightful team is always available to help you with anything you need - you’ll be well looked after.

Student Life & Facilities

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    • Counselling & Mental Health Services
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    • Loan Laptops
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  • Library
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    • Quiet Areas
    • Individual Study Rooms
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  • Food & Restaurants
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How we maximize your chance of getting admitted

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    Complete our application form and only answer the same question once no matter how many programs you apply for

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Fees and funding


Scholarship Program for Non-Canadians Studying in Canada

With the support of Global Affairs Canada, the UMAP International Secretariat (IS), currently hosted at Vancouver Community College, is providing funding for Non-Canadian students registered at UMAP member institutions outside of Canada to participate in study programs (physical and virtual) at UMAP Canada member institutions. The deadline is ongoing, based on financial availability.

The UMAP-Canada Scholarship value is based on the type and length of program:

  • Physical mobility

    1-8 month programs up to CAD$2000 per month to a maximum of CAD$16,000 or short-term programs longer than one week (7 days) and less than one month (30 days) up to CAD$1000

  • Virtual Mobility

    All programs longer than one week (7 days) to a maximum of one semester (4 months) up to CAD$1000, pro-rated for program type and length

  • Eligible Expenses (as applicable)

    Tuition or program costs including mandatory ancillary fees; costs of transportation to and from the study destination, for the scholarship recipient only, by the most direct and economical route; costs of visa and/or study/work permits; health insurance in the study destination; living expenses, such as accommodation, utilities and food in the study destination; costs of ground transportation, including public transportation, in the study destination; and books and supplies required for the recipient’s study or research, excluding computers and equipment


  • Students must apply for and be accepted to a UMAP program offered in the UMAP Student Connection Online (USCO) system or a program pre-approved by the UMAP IS

Fee information

  • Undergraduate tuition: from CAD$10,739 to CAD$25,971 per year


Vancouver Community College

250 W Pender St, Vancouver, BC V6B 1S9, Canada

Vancouver is a beautiful place with so much to experience and explore. The city is packed with amazing restaurants, gorgeous parks, renowned tourist attractions, bustling social venues, and incredible shops.

Visa requirements for Vancouver Community College

Many international students will require a visa to study in Canada, and this is a vital step of your study abroad journey. Make sure you understand the requirements you may need to meet before applying.

Canada student visa requirements