MLC College offers various programs which provide options for advancing your career. These programs are designed to provide learners with the training necessary for today’s job market.
French is not only one of Canada’s two official languages but is also widely used around the world. Knowledge of a second language is valuable for a number of reasons. Through learning a French language, students can strengthen their language skills and enhance their critical and creative thinking abilities. They also tend to become more tolerant and respectful of other cultures. During this course, the French language is presented in a Canadian context, providing students with an understanding not only of the language, but also of the vibrant French-Canadian culture. Oral and written comprehension and expression as well as listening skills are integral part of the curriculum. The students will acquire the confidence to communicate fluently at an advanced level of proficiency in the Advanced Communication course. There is also the opportunity to expand knowledge and accuracy in the usage of grammatical structures in the Grammatical Skills course.
This program is aimed at developing students’ abilities in grammar, oral skills, reading, writing and study skills. Students will heighten their awareness of correct usage of English grammar in writing and speaking. Students will improve their speaking ability in English both in terms of fluency and comprehensibility. Students will give oral presentations and receive feedback on their performance and will increase their reading speed and comprehension of academic articles. They will improve their reading fluency skills through extensive reading. They will enlarge their vocabulary by keeping a vocabulary journal and strengthen their ability to write academic papers, essays and summaries using the process approach.
College de MLC offers various short-term certification courses in the field of Business and Technology as discussed below. The salary premium indicates that management talent has a special place in the hiring mix and the compensation that employers expect to offer them means they are valued. In a companion survey of more than 5,300 business students worldwide, it was found that 60 per cent of job seekers in the class of 2019 said they had a job offer before graduation, on a par with 2012, compared to only 43 per cent in 2018. Those most likely to have a job in hand were going to companies in technology, manufacturing and health care.