The School of Immigrant and Transitional Education offers specialized programs and services that help you to prepare for your next steps to employment or further education. The School provides a welcoming and supportive environment, with flexible
programming, smaller classes, added supports such as advising or counselling, and accommodated learning approaches to help you succeed. The School engages in projects that provide education opportunities for underserved groups and builds community
partnerships to facilitate transitions to education or the workplace for individuals facing barriers.
Programming for immigrant students includes workplace communications courses, and professional bridging programs that facilitate entry into the Canadian workforce. Transitional education programming is designed for students who identify mental health
and/or addictions challenges as a barrier to employment or further education.
Programs and services in the School of Immigrant and Transitional Education include: