In the first year of the two-year Diploma in Engineering and Fabrication Technologies program at Douglas College, you will complete the academic courses required for a university's first year of a bachelor’s degree in engineering.
In the program's second year, you’ll develop practical skills in design and prototyping in College's fabrication lab using industry-standard equipment.
If you transfer to a university to complete a bachelor’s degree in engineering, these practical skills will give you a competitive edge when applying for co-operative education placements.
You’ll gain experience constructing and programming robots, using Raspberry Pi to control mechanical devices and cutting-edge fabrication technologies such as water jet and laser cutters.
|Cost of living||1 person||$5,796|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||0|
|English Level||Main Class||Special Focus Class||Length of Time||IELTS Equivalent|
|Beginner||General English||+ 2 Special Focus Class||8 weeks|
|Elementary||General English||+ 2 Special Focus Class||8 weeks||3 - 4|
|Pre-Intermediate||General English||+ 2 Special Focus Class||8 weeks||4 - 4.5|
|Intermediate||General English||Academic English + 1 Special Focus Class||8 weeks||4 - 4.5|
|Upper-Intermediate||Uni Pathway 1||English for Academic Purposes||8 weeks||5.5 - 6|
|Pre-Advanced||Uni Pathway 2||English for Academic Purposes||8 weeks||6.5 – 7.5|
|Advanced||Uni Pathway 3||English for Academic Purposes||8 weeks||7.5 – 9|
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