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Finance graduates can look forward to employment opportunities with banks, credit unions, insurance companies, trust companies, investment dealers, financial planners, real estate and leasing companies in a wide variety of positions. Finance graduates can challenge the Certified Financial Planner (CFP) competency exams. Finance Career Opportunities: • Investment Analyst • Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) • Financial Advisor • Corporate Financial Manager • Financial Analyst • Bonds and Equities Trader • Investment Portfolio Manager • Customer Service Representative • Mergers & Acquisitions Analyst • Business Developer/Strategist • Property Development Manager • Commodity Analyst Trader
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Okanagan College does offer an ESL program for students who do not meet the English requirement.
If you don't have IELTS of TOEFL, you could start from our ESL program. As long as you complete the highest level of our EAP program, you may join the academic program directly. See this link: https://www.okanagan.bc.ca/Programs/Areas_of_Study/foundational/EL.html
Regular Applicants B.C. secondary school graduation or equivalent. English 12 with minimum 70% or alternatives. Students graduating from secondary school in or prior to 2012: A minimum of 85% in Applications of Mathematics 12 or a minimum of 60% in either Principles of Mathematics 12 or an equivalent Provincial Level Adult Basic Education mathematics course. Students entering Grade 10 in or after 2010 and/or completing the new mathematics curriculum: A minimum of 60% in one of Pre-calculus Grade 12, Foundations of Mathematics Grade 12, or Apprenticeship and Workplace Mathematics Grade 12, Apprenticeship Mathematics 12, or the equivalent Provincial Level Adult Basic Education mathematics course. Secondary students who enter the Business Administration degree or diploma program with a minimum grade of 73% in Accounting 12 may request credit for BUAD 111 (Financial Accounting I).
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