Apply For The Following Grade Levels
A high school diploma is a student’s foundation towards post-secondary education. High school students in Canada and the USA advance through grades 9 to 12 to earn their high school diploma. High school allows students to develop skills they will need to pursue higher education.
An undergraduate program is the first post-secondary program a student attends after graduating high school. Undergraduate programs refer to diplomas, advanced diplomas and bachelor degrees. Depending on the program, the credential is earned over two to four years in Canada or the USA. Students complete their undergraduate education at either a college or a university.
A postgraduate program follows an undergraduate education. A postgraduate program refers to graduate certificates, graduate diplomas, and master’s degrees. Depending on the program, the credential is earned over one to two years in Canada and the USA. Postgraduate programs allow students to specialize and excel in academic or professional fields.