Canada, British Columbia

Located in a breathtaking town, Atlin, British Columbia, Northern Lights College (NLC) was established in 1975. Northern Lights College has seven campuses and is a member of British Columbia Colleges (BC Colleges), a local group comprised of 11 colleges throughout the Province of British Columbia. Programs at NLC are designed to provide students with the opportunity to obtain the necessary classroom education and supplement that with appropriate practicum. There are several options for students to choose their career path. Students can earn a Certificate, Diploma, or a Degree at NLC in distinguished fields of Automotive Technology, Welfare studies, Industrial Engineering, Game development, and many other multidisciplinary studies.

Campus Life

BC Colleges has a unique advantage and a descriptive collaboration with Industrial leaders, esteemed employers, and diverse communities, promising a successful career to every student. This approach allows BC Colleges to graduate highly skilled workers equipped to support their families and power the economy in all regions of British Columbia every year. Northern Lights College campuses have a very peaceful environment where students meet to study in common areas such as the Cafeteria, Student Residence, or lounge areas. On-campus accommodation is also provided at Dawson Creek campus and Fort St. Johns campus. Campuses have several student-related services such as Gymnasium, Library, and easy access to city transit with a wonderful transport system. For the deserving candidates, Financial aid, and Scholarships is also given by NLC.

Noted Alumni

Northern Lights graduates have performed outstandingly well in their field of study. Almost every student passing out with good grades have been placed in an esteemed organization within six months of Graduation. The Alumni network of the college also helps students to network with them and increase their chances of a successful career.