Information for International & Out-of-province applicant

Resources for international students can be found on Google Docs that shall provide information on the following:

Information for International & Out-of-province in-class learners 1

Programs & Courses for International Students 4

Overview of Undergraduate Diploma Programs: 4

The Multi-Language Educational Assistant Program – 5

Multi-Language Medical Office Assistant (MOA) – 6

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND APPLIED COMMUNICATIONS WITH A MINOR  UNDERGRADUATE DIPLOMA PROGRAM 7

Ideal traits: 9

Career outlook: 9

Occupations for graduates (not inclusive): 9

Costs, Fees & Hours for in-class International Students 11

Cost and fees for Business Administration with Applied Communications (with a Minor) Undergraduate Diploma: 11

COST, FEES AND HOURS FOR THE MULTI-LANGUAGE EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT UNDERGRADUATE DIPLOMA PROGRAM 12

* Hours: 12

*Fees: 12

Cost and fees for the Multi-Language Medical Office Assistant (MOA) 13

Hours: 13

* Asterisks denotes duration/time maybe adjusted to suite classroom delivery 14

Fees: 14

International Student Pathway 16

Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada’s (IIRC) Information 18

Language Proficiency Testing 18

Cell phones, Weather, Banking, Clothing 22

Additional Information for International Students regarding: 22

Food, Public Transit & Driving 23

Working while attending school (International Students) 24

Independent Work While Attending School 24

The Importance of Working Legally 24

Health Insurance for out-of-province and International Students: 27

Health Insurance for out-of-province and International Students: 28

Canadian students in Alberta from another province or territory 28

Foreign students – students from another country 28

Cost of uninsured medication in Alberta: 29

Housing 29

Government of Canada Study Permits 30

Renewing your study permit or transferring to The Royal Alberta College from out-of-province: 31

After You Apply 33

Implied status – what is it? 33

Rejection or Refusal of study permit extension 33

Restoration – what is it? 34

Information for International Students on the need to notify IRCC of transfer. 34

Preparing for our arrival 35

Before You Leave 35

What to Bring with You 37

Immigration Information and Requirements when you arrive! 37

Study Permits 37

Applying for a Study Permit (2018 info) 37

When You Arrive –Immigration Officials (Customs) 37

Information provided on Facebook and Social Media 39

A- Questions & Answers (Q&A) final JAN 10 2020 40

B- General info sheet for international students 40

C- Multi-language Educational Assistant (MEA) INFORMATION SHEET 40

D- Business Administration and Applied Communication with a Minor (BAC) PROGRAM INFORMATION SHEET 40

F RAC STUDENT INFORMATION APPROVED DEC 2019 40



IMPORTANT READ BELOW:

International applicants MUST read ALL information on this page

IF you have a question that is NOT answered in the information provided to you, then please engage us through the proper Facebook page.

After you have completed reading the information on this page, you should become aware on how to apply for an interview (on Page 9 of the “A – Questions & Answers (Q&A) Final.” -We will await for you to engage us, we will NOT engage you.

A- Questions & Answers (Q&A) final JAN 10 2020

B- General info sheet for international students

C- Multi-language Educational Assistant (MEA) INFORMATION SHEET

D- Business Administration and Applied Communication with a Minor (BAC) PROGRAM INFORMATION SHEET

F RAC STUDENT INFORMATION APPROVED DEC 2019