Course code: #5214
These are mandatory and all come with course.
With the campus nestled in Ontario between the largest freshwater lakes in the world, being fed by pristine rivers and wrapped by undisturbed forests, the conservation and sustainable management of the diverse ecosystem is a big deal.
Welcome to your new classroom. It’s breathtaking.
The two-year Fish and Wildlife Conservation Technician program is not only about identifying important fish and wildlife management issues affecting diverse ecosystems but developing solutions that will make a lasting impact on the environment.
Gain specialized skills in resource management techniques and gain a deep understanding of the changing environment through field and lab surveys.
Plus, through the partnership with the regional conservation authority, Sault College expanded outdoor classrooms adding more diverse lands to research and apply real-world natural resource management techniques.
|Cost of living||1 person||$6,360|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$3,820|
All India Senior School Certificate, Higher Secondary School Certificate, Year 12 State Board Exams (AISSCE, ISCE, SSC) Secondary School Certificate/Intermediate Certificate (AISSCE, ISC, Pre-University Certificate Statement of Marks)
Copies of original documents should be attested as “true copies” by the educational institution
School Record Diploma/Degree certificate Mark sheets for each year of study
Please note that College Record is not sufficient
Senior Middle school diploma;
Senior middle school transcript;
National Senior High School Graduation Exam Results (Huikao, Xueye Shuiping Ceshi or Gaokao) – for all applicants who completed senior middle school after 1991.
Note: Notarial certificates are not acceptable in place of the above.
High School Diploma
Pre-University Certificate Transcript of study
Diploma Transcript of study
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