ILAC International College signs partnership agreement with Georgian College
POSTED BY: ILAC
July 24, 2019
ILAC International College signs the first of its kind public-private academic partnership agreement in Ontario with Georgian College for an advanced standing pathway to Hospitality and Business diploma programs.
ILAC International College has partnered with publicly funded Georgian College on an academic pathway agreement that provides students an advanced standing for four courses into Hospitality – Hotel and Resort Operations Management, and six courses into Business diploma program at Georgian College.
Students are able to:
• Transfer up to six courses to their program at Georgian College
• Enhance their resume with multiple qualifications and co-op experience from ILAC International College & Georgian College
• Save up to $6,000 towards Georgian College tuition
• Become eligible for a 3-year Post-Graduate work permit upon graduation from Georgian College
“As Georgian College, we are very happy to have this unique public-private partnership established between two institutes. More than a year of detailed academic reviews done by both institutes’ faculty areas has given us the opportunity to see the high quality of education that the leading private colleges like ILAC International College offers to students”, says Mustafa Aydin, Regional Marketing Manager – Europe, Middle East and North Africa. “With this partnership, ILAC International College graduates will be able to get advanced standing towards their further studies at Georgian College and gain unique experiences from both institutes, during their journey in Canada.”
International students who complete the ILAC International College – Service Excellence for Business Diploma program will receive 12 academic credits (4 courses) towards their 2-year Hospitality – Hotel and Resort Operations management diploma program at Georgian College.
Students who complete ILAC International College Sales & Marketing Diploma program will receive 18 academic credits (6 courses) towards their 2-year Business with Co-op program at Georgian College.
This collaborative pathway agreement provides ILAC International College students a smoother academic transition and more options to help them achieve further academic and career goals in Canada.
“Through an in-class focus on Canadian workplace essential skills, customer service, and a co-op term in the Canadian workplace, ILAC International College students have been culturally integrated, and have the academic, language and soft skills to thrive in a Canadian postsecondary environment. Our students acquire a valuable set of differentiating skills that when applying for co-op jobs as part of their Georgian College diploma programs”, said Diana Mockute, Director, Strategic Pathways and Partnerships, ILAC & ILAC International College.
This advanced-standing agreement became effective June 2019.
More about Georgian College
Established in 1967, Georgian is the first and only college in Canada designated as a Changemaker by Ashoka U for their role in leading social innovation and change-making in higher education. Their students enjoy one of the highest graduate-employment rates in Ontario, and Georgian has the highest number of students registered in co-op programs and the highest percentage of programs with work-integrated learning.
For more information, visit: https://www.georgiancollege.ca/
More about ILAC International College
ILAC International College is a leading Private Career College offering career-focused programs in Business, Sales, Marketing, Health Care and Customer Service. Their boutique campuses are located in the heart of Toronto and Vancouver.
Students gain Canadian work experience while enrolled in one of the multiple co-op programs. They practice knowledge learned in class, develop a professional network, and enhance their resume. Co-op specialists support the student job search, connect with employers, and support students throughout the co-op work placement. ILAC International College offers a life-changing experience giving students the skills they need to succeed and lead in any profession.