The main campus of publicly financed Lambton College is located in Sarnia. Toronto and Mississauga campuses of the institute are also available. In terms of providing two-year postgraduate programs with internships or cooperative employment, Lambton College is a world leader. In 71 full-time courses, the college admits international students. At Lambton College, there are 113 degree, diploma, certificate, and apprenticeship programs available to international students, both on-campus and online.
A total of about 10,000 students attend Lambton College. A little over 3,500 international students representing over 50 nations add to the college's diversity. Admission to Lambton College requires a GPA of 2.4 and above on a scale of 4.0 (60 %). To be considered for admission to Lambton College, international students must have an overall IELTS score of 6.5(6)
Lambton College is committed to student and community success.
Lambton College fosters innovation and entrepreneurship among our faculty, staff, and students – and in the local and global communities we serve. As the sole provider of higher education in our region, we remain committed to providing teaching and learning excellence in a broad range of program offerings, and a full range of credentials. We will enhance the student experience and learning outcomes by becoming a mobile learning college. In particular, we will distinguish ourselves amongst all Canadian colleges by leveraging our unique strengths to become a global leader in education and applied research in the areas of Energy & Bio-Industrial Technology, and Fire & Public Safety.
Graduates of the Lambton College International Business, Ontario College Diploma program are prepared for profitable careers across the globe. The fundamentals of business will be studied, and students will also acquire the particular knowledge and communication abilities needed for an international business career.
Students will be introduced to marketing, accounting, computer programs, business principles, and ethics in their first year of business school. The year is concluded with significant research in both mathematics and corporate communications. The second year will be spent taking courses in international business that include issues like worldwide supply chain management, sales of goods, and marketing from a global trade viewpoint. Graduates will acquire technical knowledge, business skills, and specific job expertise.
Upon meeting graduation students will have met the academic requirements for application to the Certified International Trade Professional (CITP)® designation and be prepared to write the Canadian International Freight Forwarders Association (CIFFA) exams.
Academics: 2.8 GPA (60%)
Students should have Mathematics in either 11 or 12