Bow Valley College
Bow Valley College is a public, board-governed college that operates as a comprehensive community institution in accordance with Alberta's Post-Secondary Learning Act. Airdrie, Banff, Canmore, Cochrane, High River, Okoktoks, and Strathmore are the branch campuses. Bow Valley College currently offers a variety of courses, including post-baccalaureate certificates, diplomas, post-diplomas, English language learning programmes, and degree programmes. Bow Valley College has seven schools: the Chiu School of Business, the School of Continuing Learning, the School of Community Studies, the School of Creative Technologies, the School of Foundational Learning, the School of Global Access, and the School of Health and Wellness.

Cost of attendance

International students pay an average of 870,508 INR each year to attend Undergraduate Programs. The amount may vary depending on the course chosen, the type of lodging, and the candidate's personal spending habits.


Bow Valley College does not provide housing on or off campus. However, the university will provide students with more information about local accommodation. However, the university has no affiliation with the housing companies. The information provided below will assist students in their search for residences, rentals, and other types of student housing in Canada. The average cost of living in Canada as a student ranges from 15,000 to 20,000 CAD, depending on lifestyle and preferences. This varies from province to province in Canada.

Acceptance rate

The university has a total enrollment of 15000 students. Bow Valley College has a 37% acceptance rate, indicating a highly demanding entrance criteria.


Calgary Campus is Bow Valley College's main campus in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The branch campuses are in Banff and Canmore, Cochrane, Airdrie, Okotoks, Strathmore, and High River. Bow Valley College has cutting-edge campuses that provide a high-quality education. Modern teaching materials and strategies are used. College campuses have hi-tech laboratories, computer labs, libraries, conference rooms, studios, and Wi-Fi connectivity to support an advanced learning system. Bow Valley College provides industrial training to students in order to prepare them for real-world employment conditions.


Bow Valley College is the first in Alberta to be accredited for its Diploma programme. CALGARY – Bow Valley College is pleased to announce that the two-year diploma in Human Resources offered by the Chiu School of Business has recently been accredited by Chartered Professionals in Human Resources (CPHR) Alberta.

Jobs and Placement

Through the International Youth Internship Program, Bow Valley College, in collaboration with College of the Rockies and Selkirk College, offers international internship placements (IYIP). Each intern will spend six months abroad, with an obligatory one-week pre-departure and re-integration period in Canada. Bow Valley College employees in Canada earn an average annual pay of C$66796.

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