CultureWorks ESL, in partnership with Algoma University Computer Science, announces the launch of Canada’s first online Year 1 university plus English language program, starting in September, 2021.
Applications for the new online Year 1 program are now open for international students. The new Digital Year 1 University Program means they can start university this fall and take all first year university courses plus English language courses in a combined one-year program – fully online from their home country. The virtual first year university program provides unprecedented opportunities for students who wish to begin their undergraduate studies without the challenges of travelling during the global pandemic.
The first Digital Year 1 University Programs to launch this September are for Algoma University Computer Science programs starting this fall. The online Year 1 university plus language program is designed for international students who are slightly below the English admission requirements for university and who wish to begin their undergraduate studies in the fall. Students can take year 1 online, and year 2 on campus when they are ready.
Opening new doors for international students
“In our world of uncertainty, the Digital Year 1 University Program provides a surefire pathway for international students to complete year one university from home, saving them time and travel”, says CultureWorks founder Tina Bax. “Integrating digital technology into pathway programs is more critical than ever in the education space. The new digital Year 1 program is a great example of the power of technology in opening new doors for international students.”
The new Digital Year 1 University + Language Program is designed for international students who apply for conditional acceptance into an undergraduate degree program, and are slightly below the English language admission requirement. The online program features live classes in real time with Algoma University professors and CultureWorks faculty as well as asynchronous studies. The program allows students to complete their first year university credits and required English language courses within 12 months online from their home country.
High calibre programming in Computer Science at Algoma University
With the Digital Year 1 program, international students can apply to Algoma University Computer Science programs by June 30th, 2021 for admission to the Computer Science Program offered by the university’s two campus locations in Sault Ste. Marie and Brampton, Ontario, Canada.
The School of Computer Science and Technology (SCST) builds on Algoma University’s long-established Computer Science Program (Bachelor of Computer Science and Bachelor of Science in Computer Science), with specializations and minors in Mobile Software Engineering, Computer Game Technology, and Computer Game Technology/Creative Arts.
The SCST delivers high calibre programming with a focus on creativity and innovation. The university focuses on academic excellence, concentrating on the educational and practical opportunities required to succeed in today’s economy. The SCST is known internationally for having one of the most advanced Computer Games Technology specializations, making the school a dynamic and exciting place to learn. Students and researchers from all over the world come to learn and grow their skills in state-of-the-art computer labs.
CultureWorks is proud to partner with Algoma University and other leading Canadian universities to transform the higher Ed landscape, helping international students achieve their academic and career dreams.