Logo for Vancouver Animation School
Street Address:
Not Available
Mailing Address:
270-5489 Byrne Rd
City:
Burnaby
Province:
British Columbia
Postal Code:
V5J 0A1
Phone:
604 612 1171
Fax:
Not Available
Toll Free:
1-888-677-8827
Email:
info@vanas.ca
Website:
http://www.vanas.ca

Please Note: This page is maintained by the institution, and was last updated on 2018-11-01.

Description

We believe in Education for Employment, in teaching innovative skills that lead to creative careers resulting in personal and professional fulfillment. We have developed a fantastic school with strong educational programs. FAME - Arts & Technology Learning Platform www.MyFame.org

This Institution:

 Does offer online programming.

 Is actively recruiting home educated students.

 Is endorsed by Education Unlimited as Home-Education Friendly.

Endorsement Criteria

Home Education Admission Policy/Process/Procedure

Please Note: Directives are intended for students who lack Alberta Programs of Study Accreditation and serve only as guidelines when seeking or preparing for admission equivalents (alternatives) to Alberta 30 level requirements.
Specific admission requirements vary with programs.

Policy Description Vancouver Animation School is committed to enrolling students who meet all of its program admission criteria. The school maintains an open admissions policy and founded with the vision to welcome all students interested in being part of the digital media industry. We encourage all students to apply. Vancouver Animation School empowers the artists to empower their art. Admissions Requirements Admission requirements are per program. Students must consult study the admissions requirements from the program they are planning to enrol. Students must meet the admission requirements minimum criteria in order to obtain the right of entry into their program of study. Language Proficiency Assessment Policy Instruction at Vancouver Animation School is conducted in English. Students whose first language is not the language of instruction are required to undergo a Language Proficiency Assessment prior to enrolment in order to ensure they have the language abilities necessary to successfully complete the program of their choice. Language proficiency requirements are admission requirements and may not be waived by either the institution or the student. One of the following are accepted: For Diploma Programs Graduation from a Canadian or English language school. Proof of completion of a local English as a Second Language (ESL) program. Pass a successful interview with a VANAS advisor, demonstrating acceptable English proficiency. For Certificate Programs Pass a successful interview with a VANAS advisor, demonstrating acceptable English proficiency. Mature Students Mature students do not possess a secondary school diploma or equivalent and are 19 years of age before the starting date of the program. Mature students who apply must demonstrate their ability to work at the postsecondary level by successfully gaining a pass in the introductory courses. Mature students must demonstrate proficiency in meeting specific program prerequisites. Admissions Procedures The institution’s administrator refers all inquiries to the admission representative. The admission representative meets via online or phone with the prospective student to discuss the program of interest. If the student is interested in a program of study, the admission representative gives the prospective student information about a number of programs so that the student can make a decision. During this consultation, the admission representative will assess whether the student meets the English language requirements for the program or request proof of an English as a Second Language (ESL) program. Once the student has decided on a program of study, the admission representative reviews the admission criteria for the program with the student to ensure that he/she meets all of the criteria. The admission representative obtains evidence from the student that he/she meets all of the program’s admission criteria and places the evidence in the student file. After receiving evidence that the prospective student meets all of the admission criteria, the admission representative prepares a Student Enrolment Contract and for the student to review. Should the need arise, the admission representative will meet via the Online Campus with the prospective student to review the policies that will affect the student during his/her completion of the program of study and to review the contract. Should the need arise; The Senior Education Administrator meets with the prospective student to discuss his/her educational goals and commitment to completing the program of study. Financial arrangements for payment of tuition and other fees are also discussed. If the Senior Education Administrator and the prospective student agree on a financial arrangement, they sign the contract electronically where both parties maintain a copy of the signed contract.

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