Langara College - Master's Degree

Langara College courses and programs were first offered in 1965 at King Edward Centre as part of Vancouver City College. The current site at West 49th Avenue has housed the programs since 1970. Langara College was established as an independent public college under the Provincial College and Institute Act on April 1, 1994.

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Langara is one of BC's leading undergraduate institutions providing University Studies, Career Studies, and Continuing Studies programs and courses to more than 21,000 students annually.

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  • Minimum incoming TOEFL 80
  • Minimum incoming IELTS 6.50


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    Established in 1994


    One standout feature is the Langara School of Nursing, which was named “School of the Year” at the Canadian Nursing Students’ Association (CNSA) national conference.

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        100 W 49th Ave, Vancouver, BC V5Y 2Z6, Canada

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          • 2014-2016, Associate of Arts

            I like that my school offers a variety of programs, and has a great faculty.

          • 1978-1981, Certificate, Theatre Arts

            Since its founding by Antony Holland nearly 50 years ago, Studio 58, the Theatre Arts department at Langara College, has been renowned across Canada as an excellent theatre school for both performers and production students. Headed by Artistic Director Kathryn Shaw, the faculty and staff are consummate professionals. The programme is demanding and fulfilling; the rewards are inspiring. Studio 58 graduates get, and do, good work.

          • 2013-2014, Electronic Media Design

            When I look back at where I started and where I ended up, in terms of skills and knowledge, I'm amazed I could learn this much in one year. Sadly, the full-time Electronic Media Design course has been cancelled, but I'm sure what replaces it will be good. There is no doubting Langara's commitment to students' education, and they will give willing students real skills for real jobs. I highly recommend.