Columbia College has an Accredited CELPIP Preparation Program (ACPP) and is offering the Full-Length Part-time CELPIP–General LS Test Preparation Program. The ACPP has been developed by CELPIP experts to assist test takers to maximize their performance on test day. The program focuses on language skills and test-taking strategies that will help test takers demonstrate their true level of English language proficiency on the CELPIP Test.
Registration is from Wednesday, December 17th to Friday, December 19th.
UPDATE: BUY BEFORE MIDNIGHT ON SUNDAY TO WIN PRIZES!
It is mandatory for all students to have Medical Insurance with coverage of at least $1 million to be able to register for the next semester. If you don’t have MSP or your own private insurance, you can buy from Guard.Me, a new company that we are working with, following the instructions below.
We have a new procedure for buying Medical Insurance with a new company, Guard.Me. This insurance costs $190 for four months.
It recognizes international undergraduate students who demonstrate excellent academic achievement, leadership skills, involvement in student activities and community service.
For more information, visit this page: internationalscholars.ubc.ca/about-the-program/ilot/
As the end of the semester is fast approaching, the library would like to take this opportunity to remind students to return all library materials on their due date. Transcripts could be withheld or delayed until all library fines are paid and materials are returned.
See below for the Library Schedule for the end of the semester.
You may have noticed that it has got incredibly cold since the weekend, so we want to remind you to dress accordingly. Maintaining a warm core body temperature is really important, so make sure that you have an outer layer that keeps out the water and wind. Continue reading
Last week, the Library provided a display of books about different cultures and culture shock at the International Day. If you are interested, you can still find these books on display to your left when you walk into the library.
We’d also like to thank Cheryl & Sunshine (pictured above) for their brilliant poster that they created for International Day, and all of the other volunteers who helped on the day (pictured below)!