ILAC is proud to announce its new pathway partnership with Adler University Vancouver Campus, the oldest independent psychology school in North America. Adler University offers 20 graduate-level programs and is home to more than 1,200 students at campuses in Chicago and Vancouver.
In addition to nationally and internationally recognized programs in psychological theory, science and practice, Adler students have access to a range of required and elective experiences that extend beyond traditional training.
Founded in 1952, Adler University programs are unique because they focus on social responsibility and social justice, such as the new Master in Counselling Psychology: Art Therapy. This is the only program in British Columbia that prepares counsellors to guide individuals and communities to greater well-being through art as social action.
ILAC Pathway Program students are able to apply for graduate programs in psychology, public policy and administration with no TOELF or IELTS. Once international students complete their graduate program at Adler they are eligible for a post graduate work permit (PGWP) in Canada.
Take a look at the list of graduate programs at Adler University Vancouver campus.
For more details on Adler University graduate programs, eligibility, admission requirements and fees, please contact the ILAC Pathway Department at firstname.lastname@example.org
Did you know? The ILAC Pathway Department offers free academic counselling to help you find the perfect university or college program to build your dreams in Canada.