For more details on these articulation agreements, visit the Georgian College`s Articulation and Transmission Agreements website at www.georgiancollege.ca/articulations or lakehead`s website at www.mylakehead.ca/college/ Advanced: $100 Joint and Transfer Agreements: institution-based fees, To whom you will send the letter of authorization: USD 50 per course exemptions and transfers: 50 USD per course within the limit of 100 USD per semester (first application DEP, free) Assessment and recognition of prior knowledge (PLAR): 131 USD per course Georgian Partners with universities selected to offer a wide range of transfer credit and artulation options with institutions around the world. Georgian College and Lakehead University are creating new ways for students to obtain both a university degree and a university degree in less time. Transfer assessments are made at the time of approval. As soon as you accept your offer, complete the transfer balance and send it to email@example.com with the official transcript and course sketches. Alternatively, the official transcripts can be sent in an envelope sealed by the sending institution: questions or concerns regarding articulation and transfer agreements: The conclusion of the advertising diploma in Georgian allowed me to pursue an exciting career in advertising and promotions in the radio industry. It also gave me the opportunity to study my studies while completing my studies at Royal Roads University in Victoria, BC-N. in just two years, by an articulation agreement. The articulation agreement between the University of Guelph and Georgian College allows graduates of the three-year hospital-hotel and resort program, with a minimum average of 3.3 (B), to apply to the bachelor trade program with up to 11.00 advanced starting points as a member of the Bachelor of Commerce program. Applicants must have completed Ontario`s Grade 12 (4U) Advanced Functions and English credits (or their equivalent).
Interested students should contact the study boards for the business license program. The distinction between the roles of universities and universities is not as clear as it used to be. Today, we live in a society where applied skills and theoretical knowledge must be integrated. Employers are looking for creators, thinkers, creators and leaders – all in one person. After graduating in Georgian, I wanted to continue my training abroad and get a degree in marketing. A joint agreement between a Georgian and the University of Glamorgan in Wales, UK, offered me this opportunity.