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Camosun College

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Main Campus:

Lansdowne, Interurban

Student Population:

12 500

Website details



School of Access, School of Arts and Science, School of Business, School of Health and Human Service, School of Trades and Technology, School of Sports and Exercise Education

Main Campus:

Camosun College has two campuses, Lansdowne and Interurban. Both are located in park-like settings. Each campus offers well- equipped classrooms, a library, athletic facilities, dining services and many other student spaces and resources. Historical Lansdowne campus sits high on the corner of Lansdowne and Foul Bay Roads, offering spectacular clear-day views of Victoria and the Olympic Mountains. Interurban campus rests in a rural Saanich setting, only a short 15-minute drive from downtown. The Lansdowne campus serves students in university transfer and access programs, as well as career, technical and vocational programs in the fields of arts, science, business, health and human services. The Interurban campus serves students in trades, technology, business and access programs.



Camosun College, located in the beautiful tourist destination of Victoria, BC, is one of western Canada’s leading community colleges, with a reputation for excellence in applied learning and student service. Two campuses in park-like settings accommodate a diverse population of approximately 12,500 students (8,600 are enrolled full-time). Each year, there are approximately 650 international students from more than 50 countries studying any of more than 100 programs. Camosun students pursue one- and two-year career programs, two-year associate’s degrees in the arts and sciences, as well as four-year applied degrees in business and athletic and exercise therapy. The College offers one-on-one academic advising to ensure that students select the courses that are best suited to their personal study plan, while offering small class sizes and exceptional student services to assist students as they adjust to living and studying in Canada.

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