Northern Lights College
Northern Lights College first opened its doors in September 1975. It was once a vocational school known as the BC Vocational School-Dawson Creek. Its primary mission was to serve the Peace River Region. This school's curriculum was separated into two sections: pre-apprenticeship and pre-employment. Northeastern Community College was established in May 1975. Today, Northern Lights College offers approximately 571 programmes over seven locations, including many business and academic programmes, education programmes, health and human services programmes, dual credit programmes, and so on.

Cost of attendance

The average annual cost of attendance for Undergraduate Programs provided to overseas students is 193,720 INR / Year. The amount may vary depending on the course chosen, the type of lodging, and the candidate's personal spending habits.


The average yearly cost of attendance for Undergraduate Programs offered to international students is 193,720 INR per year. The sum may differ depending on the course selected, the type of lodging, and the candidate's own spending habits.

Acceptance rate

There are approximately 5000 students enrolled at the university. Our Indigenous students number around 400, and we have over 700 international students. The university's admittance rate is N/R.


Northern Lights College has five campuses as well as three Access Centers. The original campus is located in Dawson Creek. It is situated on the boundaries of the Peace River Regional District to the east. Fort St. John is home to the second campus. Fort St. John is a city in northeastern British Columbia. The population density is the greatest in the Peace River Regional District. The third campus is located in Fort Nelson. Fort Nelson is a community in northeast British Columbia, Canada. The fourth campus is Tumbler Ridge. It is a district municipality in the foothills of the Canadian Rockies. The fifth campus is at Chetwynd, which is also in the foothills of the Canadian Rockies.


The languages programs are accredited by Languages Canada.

Jobs and Placement

Northern Lights College enters into work placement arrangements (or practicum placements) with a number of placement locations in order to provide off-campus learning environments for the College's learners, in accordance with applicable programme criteria. Any placement, work experience, or community agency visit that is part of a learner's programme completion requirements is referred to as a "practicum placement." Work study, work experience, and direct employment training are other terms for practicum placements. Northern Lights College graduates earn an average base salary of $74,000 per year.

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