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Canadian Career Education College
C.C.E.C.'s Short Study (Non-Vocational) Programs
Other Certificate of Advanced Study (CAS)
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Generally, you must apply for a study permit before you come to Canada. Some people can apply for a study permit from within Canada. In some cases, you can apply when you arrive in Canada at the port of entry. Make sure you understand which option is available to you.
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Admission Assessment Fee: Free
Short-term study programs (6 months or less) for individuals in regulated and high-demand occupations
An Advanced Study Certification (CAS) at the Canadian Career Education College (C.C.E.C.) is a great way to learn specialized skills and augment your education at the professional level. You’ll enjoy engaging, meaningful studies with convenience and flexibility—without the large time and financial commitment of a full-fledged professional program, presented by renowned faculty.
Consider a C.C.E.C. CAS if you want to:
A CAS from C.C.E.C. offers:
The CAS can be completed in a short period, depending on the program.
Course content is cutting-edge and up-to-the-minute, based on original C.C.E.C. research.
Courses are taught by the same professors who guide students at C.C.E.C. as well as various other law schools and institutions.
Course hours or credits are transferable into other C.C.E.C. programs if you decide to continue your studies. Most of C.C.E.C.’s CAS courses are accredited for professionalism content (CPD Credits) at major Law Societies in Canada. (Please explore course details for more information)
You may study at Can-College in Canada without a full-time study permit if the course or program lasts 6 months or less.
If you are already in Canada having a current temp. resident or study permit and/or your study situation changes (for example, you want to stay in Canada to complete your short study or study for more than 6 months or apply for a longer study or work permit) you may submit an application without leaving Canada.
Can-College is a DLI and offers comprehensive short study programs to individuals in regulated and high-demand occupations. Hundreds of applicants have benefited from this opportunity and settled in Canada.
Apply only if you have a degree or current license and experience in any one of the following regulated occupations.
List of Can-College short study programs