The College/University Transfer Year has been developed through an agreement with Memorial University of Newfoundland which gives credit for specific College courses. All courses identified in this section are developed in collaboration with the respective departments of Memorial University of Newfoundland.
For a full list of "College/University Transfer Year" Programs
& Courses offered by the College of the North Atlantic campuses
in the province please visit this web site:
WHEN WAS THE COLLEGE TRANSFER YEAR IMPLEMENTED?
The College Transfer Year was implemented in September 1998.
A menu of course constituting the equivalent of a first year of university credits are available. There are agreements for transfer credit in Biology, Chemistry, English, Mathematics, Physics, Psychology, Business, Earth Science, Sociology and French.
Selected courses are available at the following College campuses: Grand Falls-Windsor, Carbonear, Burin, and Labrador West. Selected transfer courses are available at other College campuses. Availability of additional courses will depend on resources and student demand.
Students interested in the College Transfer Year are to apply directly to the College of the North Atlantic.
Students must apply directly to Memorial University for admission and, subject to meeting its admission requirements, register in the University's off-campus courses.
A Provincial High School Graduation Certificate with an overall 60 percent average and 60 percent in selected courses.
Students interested in transferring credits to Memorial University must first apply for admission to Memorial University. Upon admission, students will be awarded credit for successfully completed transfer courses.
Admission to all major programs with Faculties and Professional Schools are upon formal application. A student's marks from the College Transfer Year will be considered for admission to Faculties and Professional Schools.
Past experience indicates that some other universities are open to granting transfer for courses that are also recognized for credit by Memorial University. Students should check directly with the university of their choice.
No. The College Transfer Year has been in effect in other
provinces for many years. Most notable is the British Columbia
model which reports that students subsequently demonstrate a high
degree of success in university.
or if outside the province call: