International Students

Douglas College is a public, post-secondary institution located in the Vancouver area of Canada.  We offer Bachelor’s Degrees, University Transfer, Diplomas, and Post-Degree Diplomas in the fields of Arts, Sciences, and Business.  Every year, close to 1000 students transfer to top universities across Canada and even more begin their careers upon graduation.  With excellent teachers, small classes, and seamless transition into university studies, Douglas College will help you achieve your academic and career goals, no matter what they might be. 

Each year, Douglas College welcomes over 2,200 international students from over 80 countries and over 14,000 domestic students from across Canada. With two campuses in the Vancouver area, Douglas College is one of the largest public colleges in Canada. 

Why study at Douglas College?

  • 500 courses that transfer to university
  • High-quality education (a given as many of our classes transfer directly to some of the top-ranked universities in the world)
  • Small class sizes (max. 35 students in a class)
  • Smooth transition from English Language Learning and Acquisition courses to further studies
  • Easy access. Reach our New Westminster Campus by SkyTrain and our Coquitlam Campus by bus from almost anywhere in the Vancouver area
  • Big savings in tuition. Save roughly $16,500 by taking your first two years at Douglas before transferring to university

University partners

Every year, close to 1,000 Douglas students transfer to top universities across Canada. Find out more about our University Transfer program and University pathways

What will it cost?

Visit our Fees and related information pages for information on tuition and other fees. 


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