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Learn more about Thompson Rivers University and Kamloops, BC Canada. Graduate, post-graduate, and bachelor degrees. Diplomas and certificates!

Learn more about Thompson Rivers University and Kamloops, BC Canada. Graduate, post-graduate, and bachelor degrees. Diplomas and certificates!

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  • 1. Second largest country in the world 34,5 million people 10 provinces, 3 territories Top UN Ranking Multicultural: 1 in 6 is a new immigrant Officially bilingual (English and French) but over 200 languages are spoken Provinces are responsible for education
  • 2. Population 5 million One the largest provinces Capital - Victoria Mild climate Biggest city – Vancouver
  • 3. Founded in 1970 Public University Located in Kamloops – tourism centre of BC 13,000 students 1,600 international student from 80 countries Over 100 academic programs 220 exchange agreements through ISEP and 28 bilateral agreements for student Great employment opportunities Co-operative programs available University and English Language Preparation courses
  • 4. KAMLOOPS CANADA USA Montreal New York Washington Toronto Los Angeles Seattle Vancouver Modern, friendly city of over 90,000 people About 350 km northeast of Vancouver (45 minutes by plane or 3.5 hours by car) Low cost of living Safe study environment Best weather in BC 13 Golf Courses Sun Peaks Ski Resort 20 min from campus
  • 5. o Modern 230-acre campus o Located in the centre of the city o Complete range of facilities o Computer and Language Labs o Library and Study Centre o Cafeterias, student lounges, and shops o Stadium and aquatic centre o Gymnasium and theatre o Two on-campus residences o City bus service to and from campus
  • 6. English as a Second language (ESL) Business Administration Computing Science & Technology Sciences & Environment Tourism & Hospitality Liberal Arts & Journalism Education Fine Arts Social Work & Human Services Health Sciences Distance Education University Preparation Interdisciplinary Studies
  • 7. Master of Business Administration (MBA) Bachelor of Business Administration Degree - Accounting - Economics - Finance - General Business - Marketing - Public Relations - International Business - IT - Human Resource Management - Business & Regulatory Policy Pre MBA Post Graduate Diplomas - Accounting - Finance - New Venture Creation - Marketing - International Business - Human Resource Management Diplomas - Associate of Commerce & BA - Management - Executive Assistant Diploma - Accounting Certificates - Management - Accounting - Office Administration
  • 8. Bachelor of Computing Science Double Degree: BCS & BBA Diplomas - Computer Systems: Operations & Management Diploma - Architectural & Engineering Technology Diploma
  • 9. Bachelor of Science Degree: - General Science - Animal Biology - Biology - Chemical Biology - Chemistry - Environmental Chemistry - Mathematics - Mathematical Sciences - Physics - Geoarchrology - Computing Science - Ecology & Environmental Biology - Cellular, Molecular & Microbial Biology Bachelor of Natural resources Science Degree: - Courses - Cooperative Education Certificates - Environmental Studies - Horticulture Studies - Engineering Transfer Program
  • 10. Diplomas o Adventure Guide o Adventure Management o Canadian Mountain & Ski Guide o Events & Conventions Management o Resort & Hotel Management o Sports Event Management o Tourism Management Certificates o Adventure Sports o Culinary Arts o Retail Meat Processing Degrees o Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies – Adventure Concentration o Bachelor of Tourism Management Majors: • Adventure Experiences • Entrepreneurship • Management Minors: • Adventure Studies • International • Entrepreneurship • Management • Marketing • Environmental Economics and Sustainable Development • Finance • Human Resources • International Business Graduate Studies Post-Baccalaureate Diplomas o Adventure Studies o International Tourism Development o Tourism Destination Development o Tourism Experience Development
  • 11. Bachelor of Arts Degree: - General B.A. Program - Thematic Option in Canadian Studies - Majors in Economics, English, Geography, History, Mathematics, Psychology, Sociology - Programme Minors Post-Graduate Study: - Post Baccalaureate Diploma in Journalism Bachelor of Journalism Degree Certificates: - Literary Art History - Cultural & Social Explorations - Modern Languages - Aboriginal Studies
  • 12. Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree Fine Arts Diploma Digital Art & Design Drawing & Painting Certificate Printing & Photography Certificate Sculpture & Ceramics Certificate
  • 13. Graduate Studies o Master of Education • Educational Leadership & Curriculum • Counseling o Master of Social Work (MSW) o Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Degrees o Bachelor of Education – Elementary o Bachelor of Education – Physical Education o Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) Diplomas o Early Childhood Education o Inclusive & Special Education o Human Service (Williams Lake Campus only)
  • 14. Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree Practical Nursing Diploma (Williams Lake Campus)
  • 15. Graduate Certificate in Business Administration o Consists of 6 courses • Managerial Statistics • Financial Accounting • Management Accounting • Global Economics • Marketing Management • Human Resource Management o Pathway to MBA for students with non-business undergraduate degrees o Students who complete this Graduate Certificate with a B (GPA of 3.00) or better in each of the six mandatory courses or receive exemptions may proceed the TRU MBA program. Application Requirements • IELTS of at least 7.0 (all bands), or • Completion of TRU ENGL 1100 and CMNS 1290 with a B or higher. • adequate quantitative and/or computing skills (formerly Pre-MBA)
  • 16. o 8 core courses plus a choice of three completion options: • Course-based • Graduate Project • Graduate Thesis o 10 months Admission Requirements • Must meet all requirements for admission to the Graduate Certificate in Business Administration, or • Be exempted from the course by the MBA Admissions Committee • GMAT score is not required • No minimum professional work experience required
  • 17. English Language Requirements: - IELTS 6.5 with no bands below 6.0 - TOEFL: iBT 88+ with no section below 20, Paper Based 570+ TWE 4.5+ Computer Based 230+ Essay 4.5+ Program admissions requirements: - At least 17 years old - Bachelor Degree: Application form + App fee (100CAD), School Diploma, Passport copy, IELTS 6.5, TOEFL 88+ - Post Bac in BA: Application form + App fee (100CAD), University Diploma, Passport copy, IELTS 6.5, TOEFL 88+ - Post Bac in Tourism: Application form + App fee (100CAD), School Diploma, Passport copy, IELTS 7.0 - Master Degree: Application form + App fee (100CAD), Univeraity Diploma, Passport copy, IELTS 7.0, recommendations, references - MBA: Master Degree: Application form + App fee (100CAD), Univeraity Diploma, Passport copy, IELTS 7.0, recommendations, references
  • 18. APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS - Visit the TRU website at for complete application instructions, to submit an application via the internet and for the latest program fees and semester schedules. SEMESTER SCHEDULE AND PROGRAM FEES TRU programs are offered on a semester schedule. Please consult the TRU website at, or contact TRU International Admissions or your local TRU representative for semester dates and program fees for the current year. Please note that fees, dates and policies are subject to revision without prior notice. Refer to TRU World’s fee refund policies on our website at Send the following to the TRU International Admissions Office: • A completed application form • Your academic transcripts • Application fee 1 2 TRU will send a pre-acceptance letter indicating (a) the program to which you have been accepted and (b) any conditions of your acceptance. 3 Send (a) fees for your first semester of study and (b) your program selection path. 4 TRU will send an official letter of acceptance. 5 Apply to the nearest Canadian Embassy for a student visa. 6 Make arrangements with TRU for accommodation and airport pick-up.
  • 19. Application Fee: CDN $100 Tuition Fees o Undergraduate/ESL/Post-Graduate (Pre-MBA/Post-Baccalaureate): $7,900/semester (4 months) o Graduate: MBA: $7,952/semester MSc & MEd: $7,650/semester o General Fees: CDN $482/semester (includes passes for bus & aquatic centre) Refund Policy o Note that fees, dates and policies are subject to revision without prior notice. o Prior to payment, refer to TRU’s tuition fee refund policies on our website at
  • 20. o An ideal way to experience Canadian culture o Managed by TRU World’s ISA team o Network of more than 400 carefully selected host families o Typically one student per family o Private furnished room and all meals provided
  • 21. Shared (4 or 2) and Private o Private bedrooms with double bed, and desk/work areas o Shared bathroom and kitchenette, including a fridge, microwave, sink, pantry and additional storage o High speed internet service o Television with 48 channel satellite service General Residence o 24-hour customer service desk o Barbecue facilities and patio o 24-hour laundry service o Four, 24-hour common kitchens o Lounges / Games Room / Gym
  • 22. o Private, furnished room o Room includes small kitchenette o Four students share bathroom o Common building with laundry facility, large kitchen, game room, TV lounge, and private study area o Activity programs for residents o Residence Advisors and security personnel on site
  • 23. o Across the street from the campus o Apartment-style dorms shared by four students o Private furnished bedrooms o Common kitchen/living area and bathrooms o Laundry facilities o Common areas include games and TV room o Resident manager and security personnel o Within walking distance to store and supermarket
  • 24. Three designated International Student Academic Advisors, additional Faculty Advisors in Tourism, Arts, and Sciences. Enhanced Services o Pre-arrival academic course planning (email and web) — it is important to have the email address for each student o Mandatory individual advising and course schedule planning o Preferred access into academic courses — reserved seats o Monitoring of academic success o Academic success guidance and workshops
  • 25. As a Student o On-Campus Work (no permit required) o Off-Campus Work (work permit easily obtained) Following Graduation o Post-graduation Work Permit (3 years) Remaining in Canada o Provincial Nominee Program o Canadian Experience Class
  • 26. YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 YEAR 4 YEAR 5 Sept – Dec Academic Semester 1 Academic Semester 3 Academic Semester 5 Academic Semester 7 Co-op Work Term 5 Jan – Apr Academic Semester 2 Academic Semester 4 Academic Semester 6 Co-op Work Term 3 Academic Semester 8 May – Aug Co-op Work Term 1 Co-op Work Term 2 Co-op Work Term 4 GRADUATION PROGRAM / DISCIPLINE AVERAGE MONTHLY SALARY BBA CDN$2500* Science CDN$3100* Electronics CDN$3000* IT CDN$3300* *Average monthly salaries as of December 2012. o Program combines study and paid work experience o Students alternate terms of study and employment o Enter after completing 50% of academic program at TRU o Average monthly salaries range from CDN $2000-3000 (up to $4000) o Co-op office helps student to find placements in a network of over 1,000 employers within Canada and globally
  • 27. Science o Natural Resource Science o Biological Science o Chemistry/Environmental Chemistry o Chemical Biology o Physics Business Administration o Accounting o Economics o Finance o Human Resources o International Business o Management Information Systems o Marketing Tourism o Bachelor of Tourism Management Advanced Technology o Computer Systems: Operation and Management o Bachelor of Science: Major in Computing Science o Bachelor of Computing Science Arts o All Majors
  • 28. И многие другие…
  • 29. Federal Skilled Labour Canadian Experience Class (C.E.C.) Provincial Nominee Programme (P.N.P)
  • 30. Professionals in 24 eligible occupations Employers Sponsorship - Credit based immigration system *More details
  • 31. Canadian Experience Class - Completion of minimum 1 year academic program or full Masters Degree - 1 Year work Experience - Skill Type 0, or Skill Level A or B по NOC (National Occupational Classification) Provincial nominee Program - Skilled workers (managers, tourism/hospitality professionals, skilled trades people, health care specialists) - International Graduates - *More details
  • 32. TRU Student Union Campus Radio: “The X” Student Newspaper: Omega Sports and Recreation International Student Activity Program (ISAP) Afro Student Club Chinese Student and Scholars Association French Club International Soccer Club Latin Club Soccer Basketball Hockey Volleyball Badminton Golf Cheerleading Basebal
  • 33. International Admissions Thompson Rivers University (TRU) 900 McGill Road Kamloops, BC Canada V2C 0C8 Phone: +1 250.828.5252 Fax: +1 250.371.5513 Email: mytruworld truworld Slepukhina Polina Marketing & Sales Representative Email: Tel: +7 906 757 97 56 Skype: Polina Slepukhina