Acadia College has been operating since 2014. The College is certified by the Education Quality Assurance (EQA). Offering an extensive range of courses, the College strives to provide to domestic and international students the best possible education experience. Acadia College puts their students first, and their programmes are designed in Business, Information Technology, English language training, and modular license training offered in Aviation. All courses are available at two campuses in Surrey and Langley.
The mission statement is to be a leading force in education. The provider commits to provide the highest level of training, education, and professionalism in desired industries to help students achieve their objectives. Apart from academic excellence, Acadia College offers a competitive price that value for money. Also, students have access to personal and educational support within the studying process. All programmes are delivered in high demand, and the staff aims to enhance students' employability.
International students are welcomed at Acadia College; thus, they have many services such as academic support, accommodation services, programme availability, social and personal support, and English courses, including IELTS preparation.
Located in British Columbia, Canada, on the Lower Mainland, Surrey Campus is adjacent to many facilities, including Central City Shopping Centre, several different types of Grocery Stores, Banks, department stores, medical facilities, dental clinics, and pharmacies. There are many eating options around the campus so students can fuel up before coming to class. Holland Park is close to the campus, and this is an ideal place to take a well-deserved break. For sports lovers, there are many recreation centers nearby. Surrey's Library is open to complete some homework and do the necessary research and paperwork.
The campus is situated on the Langley Regional Airport in Langley that is 45 km east of Vancouver's beautiful agriculture-rich Fraser Valley. Aviation students can immerse themselves in the world of aviation while studying. Canadian Museum of Flight is right next door and provides aviation knowledge and history. The campus is surrounded by many airport facilities, such as hospitals, restaurants, gas stations, grocery stores, banks, and malls.