Bachelor of Early Learning and Community Development


Algonquin College

woodroffe, Canada

About Course

Key information
: 4 Year
Study Type
: Full Time
Tuition fees
: 16.00 CAD / Per Year
Exam Accepted
: IELTS 6.0/9 | TOEFL 80/120 | PTE 60/90
Exam Intake
: Sep
Program Taught language
: English
: On Campus
Conditional Scholarship
: NA
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  • Bachelor of Early Learning and Community Development
  • Discover a career supporting children, families and communities.
  • The Bachelor of Early Learning and Community Development (Honours) program prepares you to work with children and families in both the community development and educational sectors and provides you with a variety of transferable skills.
  • There is an increasing awareness of the importance of early learning in our society. Similarly, there is an ongoing need to develop and support early learning opportunities for children and their families within a variety of settings. The early learning sector is evolving to address these changes. This program is ideal for those who want to play a role in these developments.
  • This program combines theory and practice, giving you the skills and knowledge you need for engaging with communities, families and children to create and implement community and school based programs that support early learning and development.
  • Throughout the program, you have three varied field placements within both community and school settings. These give you the chance to apply your skills to real-world settings. With field placements, applied learning and a semester-long work term, graduates are ready for employment in the community development and education sectors.

Entry Requirement

  • Applicant must be high school passed

Application Process

  • Algonquin College located in Ottawa, Ontario is a public institution established in 1967. The College offers more than 340 degree programs that include 122 college certificates, 93 Ontario College Diplomas, 41 Ontario College Certificates, 52 Ontario College Graduate Certificates, 10 bachelor’s degrees and 6 collaborative degrees.

    Seeking admission at Algonquin College is a competitive process. The college has a total full-time population of 19,957 students and 25,762 continuing education registrants. More than 4,000 international students enroll in various programs representing over 130 countries.

    Some points to be kept in mind while applying to the college are as follows:

  • Algonquin College accepts applications for the fall and winter semesters.
  • Applications received before February 1 will be given equal consideration while those received after the deadline will be accepted on a first-come-first basis depending on seats available.
  • Some applicants may require a writing assessment for admission.
  • Applicants must be at least 19 years of age to apply for undergraduate programs.
  • Programs that receive excess applications over the available spaces by February 1 are considered competitive programs.
  • The College offers a number of competitive programs such as Aircraft Maintenance Technician, Applied Museum Studies, Community and Justice Services, etc.
  • Applicants are ranked on the basis of assessment scores and subject grades for admission to competitive programs.
  • The first admission choice of 85% of the applicants was Algonquin College.

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