Kelowna | Surrey | Vancouver | Abbotsford

Business, Information Technology, Travel & Tourism, Office Management, Accounting Assisting, Bylaw, and English as a Second Language

What Does Your Future Look Like? Take the first step with Focus College.

Fresh out of high school? Looking for a new career path? Wanting to update your skills and knowledge? Focus College offers students recognized, quality training. Today, many are choosing not to go directly into university and, instead, study in a college setting. Focus ensures that our students’ experience is individualized, while providing employment-specific career training, and options for certificates or diplomas that can transfer to our partner university towards a degree. With careers in industries, such as Business and Information Technology, in high demand, our programs become the corner stone of a success future. At Focus College, the possibilities are endless.

Turn Your Advanced Diploma into a University Degree

The University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) and Focus College have formed a special partnership to give you a clear path to pursue your academic goals. This pathway will invite successful graduates of Focus College’s Advanced Certificate in Business to continue their studies as they transfer to UFV to undertake further studies in our General Studies Diploma program! It makes sense to take the step-by-step approach: Start with practical, career-focused training that can help you start earning and saving in a relatively short amount of time and use that money to invest in a university degree if you want. That’s safer than getting into debt right now for a university degree that might not pay for itself after you graduate.
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Focus College response to Covid-19

Updated March 16, 2020

Due to the current pandemic and the desire to protect the health of our students, Focus College is taking measures which incorporate social isolation.

For current students:

We are suspending our Advanced Diploma and Office Manager courses for the week of March 16-20th, to allow for temporary distance learning to be set up. If any students do not have access to a computer from home, we request that they notify the college immediately. Further information on how courses will be delivered will be available as the week goes on. Please monitor your student email for further information throughout the week.


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