CMTN / Coast Mountain College
Coast Mountain College
Terrace Canada
Program A/B
2022 Spring (1st,2nd Cycle)

General Information

Host Institution

Coast Mountain College (CMTN) is an accredited post-secondary institution that serves the rich and diverse communities and learners of BC’s beautiful northwest region including Haida Gwaii and the Great Bear Rain Forest. Established in 1975 in Terrace, BC, CMTN has expanded to nine regional campuses serving 34 communities where the College provides students with innovative programs that lead to sustainable careers. 


CMTN offers quality and affordable education and a wide variety of certificates, diplomas, and associate degrees. Where applicable, CMTN promotes experiential learning scenarios for its students that highlight the region’s unique cultural heritages, that connect them to community and provide interaction with the region’s spectacular natural environment.


The College’s innovative programs and courses respond to the changing needs of learners, delivering the skills necessary in today’s competitive job markets. . CMTN offers programs lead to careers in engineering, mining, environmental services, buniness, health and human services, and trades. 

Mailing Address
V8G 4X2
5331 McConnell Ave , Terrace , BC

Study Abroad Year
Spring Semester
Nomination Deadline
1st cycle:08/Oct/2021
2nd cycle: 08/Oct/2021
Contact information

Accept Program A 2students / Semester
Accept Program B

2students / Semester

approx USD $13042

Local currency$16,458.74

Local currency exchange rate

1USD ≒

Update date 28/Oct/2021 22:02:41
Outline ID 857

List of study programs that are open for international exchanges

Content Coast Mountain College your classroom is connected to place - to rich cultures, rugged landscapes and breathtaking vistas, Here, lifestyle and learning go hand in hand.

CMTN has five regional campuses serving 34 communities where we provide students with an adventurous education that leads to sustainable careers.

Our classrooms are more than rooms with four walls. Education is unbound and connected to community.

At Coast Mountain College experiential learning brings theory to life. CMTN integrates many elements of learner-centered, experiential and project-based studies.
In partnership with our First Nations Council and First Nations communities, CMTN develops programs connected to the cultural, social, political and economic values and realities of these communities.

We honour and support the rich traditions of First Nations in the northwest and through education, ensuring these traditions continue throughout future generations.

Enrich your life through learning and elevated experiences at Coast Mountain College. Our degree partnerships and university transfer opportunities are unbound.

Start at CMTN and finish at universities located all over the world. We offer some of the lowest tuition in British Columbia, affording you a less expensive first two years. Our region's low cost of living, combined with northwest BC's stunning natural beauty make for a package that is hard to resist.

We offer certificate and diploma programs. Certificates require 30 credits for completion and diplomas require 60 credits for completion.

For intake in January the following programs are available for student exchange:

Business Administration in either Accounting, General Management, or Human Resources
Applied Coastal Ecology
Associate degree in Science or Arts
Criminology Diploma
Teaching Language English
Exchange Duration
1st Semester
From: 04/Jan/2022 To: 29/Apr/2022
Language Proficiency Requirements

Accept Native English
TOEFL iBT: 72 - 86, IELTS: 6 - 6.5(Prerequisite)

Academic Field
--Anatomy, --Botany/Plant Biology, --Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, --Marine Biology and Biological Oceanography, --Marine Sciences, --Microbiology and Immunology,
--Accounting, --Business Communications, --Business Management, --Entrepreneurship, --Finance, --Human Resources Management, --Marketing,
--Drafting and Design Technology,
Hospitality and Tourism
--Culinary Arts,
Law/Criminal Justice
Liberal Arts and Sciences
Natural Resources/Conservation
--Environmental Science, --Sustainability Studies,
Physical Sciences
--Chemistry, --Geology/Earth Science, --Physics,
--Behavioral Sciences, --Developmental and Child Psychology,
Social Sciences
--Anthropology, --Geography, --Political Science and Government, --Sociology,
Instruction Facilities and Other Supports
Scholarship information
Housing Type
  • Dormitory

Housing charge
Local currency
  • 600
Cost of living

Estimated living cost per month excluding Housing Fee

$ 600 - 700 per month
Medical Insurance Required (For student)
Visa Process

Please inform prospective dates of acceptance if the dates would be later than UMAP's Timeline for onlire placement period. It helps students to choose their preferences.

Link to the Course List available for international students / Other related links

Regular Academic Calendar (indicate the period)

First Semester
From:04/Jan/2022To:29/Apr/2022(4 months)
Second Semester
From:06/Sep/2022To:16/Dec/2022(4 months)
Third Semester
From:03/Jan/2023To:28/Apr/2023(4 months)
Fourth Semester
From:05/Sep/2023To:15/Dec/2023(4 months)
Website of academic year

Semester Load in Credits/Units

1UCTS = 1Credit/1.5ECTS/3CATS *What's UCTS?


General Timetable and Requirements for Graduation

Total Number of Credits Needed for Graduation
Number of Years Typically Needed to Complete Undergraduate Program

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