NorQuest College is a post-secondary institution in Alberta, Canada. It has around 17,500 students, where over 60 per cent were born outside of Canada.
NorQuest students originate from 131 countries with more than 77 languages spoken at the college’s four campuses (Edmonton, Drayton Valley, White Court and Wetaskiwin).
NorQuest is an inclusive and dynamic hub of learning. Students are given opportunities to develop their skills and confidence to take their studies further or advance their careers.
Students can choose certificate or diploma programs covering areas such as health, business, technology and community studies. They can also pursue English language training or high school academic upgrading courses.
The NorQuest Bridging program is available for students who need additional English language or academic upgrading courses.
Graduates from this program can transfer to the following post-secondary programs:
- Business administration
- Administrative professional
- Accounting technician
- Environmental protection technology
- Early learning and child care
- Interdisciplinary therapy assistant
- Disability studies
- Therapeutic recreation
- Settlement studies
Teachers at NorQuest are highly qualified and passionate about the success of their students. Many programs incorporate work-integrated learning, so students graduate ready for the professional world.
There is plenty of support for internationals at NorQuest, from immigration, academic advising to personal support, as well as numerous scholarships on offer. The campus environment offers a strong sense of community where all students are valued.
Named by National Geographic as one of the world’s top summer cities, Edmonton is the capital of Alberta, offering an exciting living experience. It features vibrant neighbourhoods, festivals, delicious dining options and outdoor activities.
The college’s services stretch over 26 communities where students receive a rewarding and inspiring educational experience.