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Communications, Culture, and Journalism Studies (Vernon Campus) - Dip

Full program details & costs, with admission requirements. Discover your dream program.

Program facts

  • Program type
    Undergraduate diploma
  • Duration
    2 years
  • Annual tuition fee
    11,926 USD

    Fee in university's local currency 14,440 CAD

  • Language taught in
  • Start date

Program Overview

What Okanagan College says about their program:
"Learn the foundations of media and writing, and explore the functions of news and communications media, the history of journalism, and cultural policy and theory.

Communications explores how meaning is made in a range of contexts, including advertising, television, film, popular culture, and the internet. Learn how communication is fundamentally related to the development of self and society and examine how the messages of the contemporary world influence perception of such issues as gender, race, class, and community."

Admissions requirements

  • IELTS - 6.0-6.5
  • LP1 - 24-30
  • TOEFL - 79
  • ELA - 145
  • CAEL - 50-70
  • PTE - 56-58
  • Duolingo - 105-110

You are required to attach all supporting documentation to your application. Please note that transcripts must be in English or translated into English by an official translator.

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  • All secondary/high school transcripts in one file
  • English language proficiency documents (Duolingo, IELTS, TOEFL, LPI, or other) in one file
  • All post-secondary documents (transcripts, degrees, diplomas, or certificates ) in one file
  • Copy of your valid passport

Fees and funding

Tuition fee ranges from CAD$10,738 - CAD$70,278 per year

Okanagan College Academic Achievement Scholarships

Up to 100 scholarships of $500 each, awarded as a tuition credit for the following academic year. Fifty scholarships are awarded after completion of the fall term, and fifty scholarships are awarded after completion of the winter term.

To be eligible students must enroll in a minimum 80% course load in any university studies, degree, or diploma program at any campus of Okanagan College and completed less than 45 Credits at Okanagan College.

The scholarship is based on the highest grade average obtained after completion of the fall and winter terms and is distributed proportionally between program areas

Katherine W. Oliver Memorial Chemistry Scholarship

Award equal to the accrued annual interest on the endowment fund (approx. CAD$1,200).

Students need to complete a minimum of 24 credits of full-time study (min. 12 credits per semester) in the Science university studies program at any campus, including one of CHEM 111 or 112 and one of CHEM 121 or 122.

Visa requirements for Okanagan College

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

Canada student visa requirements