MRC_Overview2007 - Mount Royal College Committed to Student...

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Mount Royal College Committed to Student Success And Satisfaction
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Mount Royal College Mount Royal College is the oldest and largest college in Alberta Mount Royal serves more than 12,000 students every year
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Campus Life Campus life at Mount Royal is diverse and exciting. Students enjoy a dynamic, close-knit and fun campus community with a wide range of facilities and services.
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Programs of Credit Study Mount Royal offers many different programs tailored to meet industry, educational and student preferences and requirements. The following programs of study are offered at Mount Royal: •Applied Degree Programs •Collaborative Degree Programs •University Transfer Programs •Diploma Programs •Certificate Programs •Cooperative Programs •Conservatory Diploma Programs We also offer academic upgrading and part- time credit studies.
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International Projects at Mount Royal Mount Royal has many great opportunities for students to participate in international exchange programs in over 15 different countries. These programs provide Mount Royal students the opportunity to experience a different culture, gain international skills, promote and expand international understanding and develop new friendships.
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The Languages Institute The Languages Institute plays an integral role in Mount Royal’s internationalization strategy by providing comprehensive language instruction in a supportive atmosphere. Each year, the Institute welcomes hundreds of students from Europe, Asia and Latin America for English language programs for academic study, work or travel. We offer English language training, business English language training, teacher training, customized programs, and foreign language training
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English Language Programs The English Language Program at Mount Royal has an international reputation for excellence. There are three full-time English language programs at Mount Royal: English as a Second Language (ESL) English for Advanced Communication (EAC) English for Academic Purposes (EAP)
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English Language Programs EAP 3 graduates satisfy the MRC English Language Proficiency requirement
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English Language Programs Credit Programs EAP students can take a variety of high school subjects, college level courses or university transfer courses Length of Programs All classes in the ESL, EAC, and EAP programs are three months (12 weeks) long. Classes run from Monday to Friday (20.5 hours each week) Conditional Acceptance Students are welcome to apply for conditional acceptance in a credit program upon registration at the Languages Institute. We will reserve a place in the full-time credit program of the student’s choice (some conditions apply). .
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Part-time Programs The Languages Institute offers part-time ESL and TOEFL preparation courses. Classes include:
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