Dual admission degree path available exclusively from NIC
Career possibilities: As a graduate of NIC and Royal Roads, you will have a broad range of skills and a solid understanding of the concepts, languages and techniques needed to communicate effectively in your field. Whether you want to be an environmental policy advisor, communications consultant or resort manager, you will have the critical thinking and global awareness skills needed in today’s market.
Be admitted to two great public institutions at the same time with the North Island College Royal Roads University Dual Admission agreement. Take advantage of NIC's quality instruction and small class sizes and Royal Roads University's reputation for engaging learning.
NIC and RRU are offering an easier way to complete a bachelor degree in international hotel management, professional communication, entrepreneurial management, environmental management, and environmental sciences in as little as three years.
Study at an NIC campus for your first two years of classes, taking university transfer courses or focusing your studies by earning a related diploma in business administration, tourism and hospitality management or adventure guiding.
After earning 60 credits at NIC, enjoy a seamless transition into the final year of your degree without having to re-apply, order transcripts or make additional requests. Finish your degree at RRU and graduate in as little as 12 months, depending on when you enter the program.
As a graduate, you will have a broad range of skills and a solid understanding of the concepts, languages, and techniques needed to communicate effectively in your field. Whether you want to be an environmental policy advisor, communications consultant or resort manager, you will have critical thinking and global awareness skills in demand in today’s market.
NIC offers high school-equivalent upgrading options if you need help meeting prerequisites for entry into individual courses. Royal Roads University also considers applicants through its Flexible Assessment Policy, which gives students credit for informal learning with their academic education. Students must contact Royal Roads directly for information and admission advice on the policy.
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To qualify for enrolment at RRU, you must meet RRU's program entry requirements by the time classes start at RRU. You will also need to maintain your grade point average and meet RRU’s other criteria while at NIC, including:
Under the NIC-Royal Roads University Dual Admission agreement, the following NIC programs flow directly into specific Royal Roads University degrees.
Costs indicated are estimates for a 100% course load per year, unless otherwise noted. Additional fees may also include necessary equipment, supplies, NIC appointed uniforms, or field trips not included in these estimates.
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