One of Canada's major public institutions offering degrees, Douglas College was established in 1970 and is situated in British Columbia. Programs in healthcare, business, the arts, and human services are available through Douglas College, along with university-level courses in science and the arts. In addition to its two main campuses in New Westminster and Coquitlam's David Liam Campus suburban campus, the institute also operates a number of smaller training facilities in Surrey, Burnaby, and Maple Ridge. The college offers its students accommodation alternatives both on and off campus. They feature a sizable library with books, DVDs, articles, and tools to assist students in their studies. The college's research and creative resources are also housed in the Douglas Open Repository, or DOOR.
Along with many other recreational facilities, the site also contains a gym, a small box theater, and a big 300-seat proscenium theater. Over 24,000 people are enrolled at Douglas College, including 17,000 credit-seeking students, 8,500 continuing education enrollees, and about 4210 international students from 92 different nations. The academic faculty has about 960 people on it. Up to 10 bachelor's degree programs in Applied Psychology, Psychiatric Nursing, Physical Education and Coaching, Business Administration, Nursing, Therapeutic, Child and Youth Care, Recreation and the Performing Arts, Criminology, and Social Work are available at the college.
The Douglas College has catered alumni that have excelled in their career paths. Some of the notable alumni of the Douglas college include poet Elizabeth Bachinsky, author Carleigh Baker for short story collection Bad Endings, businessman Frank Guistra, Gold medalist wrestler in Olympic, Daniel Igali, actor Adrian Holmes, and author Sky Lee.
Do you have a degree and are you wanting to work in a sector that is both challenging and rewarding? For you to succeed in becoming a top salesman in Canada, the Post-Degree Diploma in Sales provides a comprehensive exposure to sales and marketing from technical, creative, and management perspectives.
Depending on your specific objectives, this sales post-degree program is tailored to your needs:
For people with a background in another profession who want to launch a firm or advance their sales career, it offers focused sales training.
It provides foreign citizens with degrees who want to study or get job experience in Canada with a sales certificate.
It provides people who have been in the sales business for some time but lack formal or recent training with updated sales knowledge, abilities, and current practices.
Utilize the business internship program to gain useful job experience:-
You'll put the theory and information you've learned in class into practice in a real-world business setting when you participate in the business internship program. You will be given duties and projects that junior management, marketing, business, administrative, and/or sales personnel do in the contemporary workplace during your unpaid part-time internship. You must speak with the Career Center as soon as you begin your studies at Douglas College if you want to be considered for the internship program.
Get career-ready after graduation with the Career Boost program.
The Career Boost program, which is intended for post-degree students, trains you for part-time paid or volunteer employment that support your academic work. You'll take part in peer-led leadership meetings, career-building seminars, one-on-one coaching sessions, career fairs, networking with companies, and more. After you graduate, you'll receive the on-going assistance, know-how, and resources required to locate a full-time position in your profession.
Tuition: $19102 per year
Successful recipients typically have an above average GPA (B equivalent or higher) and strong English language proficiency test scores (i.e. IELTS 7.0 and above, or equivalent).
Academics: 2.8 GPA