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Centre for Arts and Technology

Centre for Arts and Technology 100-1632 Dickson Avenue Kelowna, BC V1Y 7T2, Canada

Surrey, Kelowna

Programs of study

Undergraduate Degree Admissions Requirements Tuition fees Apply
Network Security Specialist - College Prep Plus IELTS 5.5 20918 USD Apply
Network Administrator Specialist - College Prep Plus IELTS 5.5 14586 USD Apply

About Centre for Arts and Technology

CAT is internationally renowned for graduating students in fashion design, event management, filmmaking, animation, audio engineering, interior design, photography, graphic design and network security. Hence, students feel confident that they will be able to develop their creative skills, tap into specialized industry expertise and to turn their passion into a profession. This institution promotes more than education, it is a thriving creative community that offers their students a unique opportunity to become part of an amazing, collaborative experience that extends beyond graduation and remains a source of inspiration for years to come making CAT one of Canada’s leading digital arts and technical training colleges. 

CAT has some of the most advances creative and digital technologies available. Facilities include advanced digital recording studios, multi-purpose event spaces, industry-standard design and animation labs, and a film production studio. CAT is situated on 28,000 square feet of learning spaces that effortlessly blend creativity and art with the technolody that drive innovation. Courses at CAT are also specially designed programmes that are compressed into a short and intensive timeline. Professional Development Programme is incorporated in all the courses. It provides students with the oppurtunity to improve business skills, sucessful team working, independent achievement and positive communications. Graduate from the highest-level of a program at Centre for Arts and Technology and you’ll graduate ready for the world of work. 

Scholarship availability $5000 tuition reduction
Medium of instruction English
Established 2002
Students 1000
International students 10%
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Applied 0
Age +17

Why Centre for Arts and Technology?

CAT is internationally renowned for graduating students in fashion design, event management, filmmaking, animation, audio engineering, interior design, photography, graphic design and network security. Hence, students feel confident that they will be able to develop their creative skills, tap into specialized industry expertise and to turn their passion into a profession. This institution promotes more than education, it is a thriving creative community that offers their students a unique opportunity to become part of an amazing, collaborative experience that extends beyond graduation and remains a source of inspiration for years to come making CAT one of Canada’s leading digital arts and technical training colleges. 

CAT has some of the most advances creative and digital technologies available. Facilities include advanced digital recording studios, multi-purpose event spaces, industry-standard design and animation labs, and a film production studio. CAT is situated on 28,000 square feet of learning spaces that effortlessly blend creativity and art with the technolody that drive innovation. Courses at CAT are also specially designed programmes that are compressed into a short and intensive timeline. Professional Development Programme is incorporated in all the courses. It provides students with the oppurtunity to improve business skills, sucessful team working, independent achievement and positive communications. Graduate from the highest-level of a program at Centre for Arts and Technology and you’ll graduate ready for the world of work. 

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Programs of study

Undergraduate Degree Admissions Requirements Tuition fees Apply
Network Security Specialist - College Prep Plus IELTS 5.5 20918 USD Apply
Network Administrator Specialist - College Prep Plus IELTS 5.5 14586 USD Apply

Cultural life at Centre for Arts and Technology

Whether your program is based in Surrey or Kelowna, there is plenty to do outside of your studies. Both cities have a variety of shops, restaurants, cinemas and much more.


It’s easy to entertain yourself in Surrey, with art galleries and museums, grand parks, and the stunning Crescent Beach. Or you can catch a 45-minute train to Vancouver and explore the third largest city in Canada.


Kelowna offers a huge choice of activities, in all seasons. In the winter, you can go skiing in the mountains nearby. In the summer, visit one of its beautiful beaches or swim or sail in the stunning Okanagan Lake.

Accommodation Options at Centre for Arts and Technology

Centre for Arts and Technology does not provide housing but students have options for reasonable housing in the surrounding area:


Homestay

Live with a host family to build on your English language skills and have a ready-made home here in British Columbia. This is an affordable alternative to renting where you’ll have your own room but shared spaces where you can bond with a Canadian family.


Private rental

If you would prefer your own apartment you can arrange to rent in the city. The average rent for a 1 bedroom apartment in the City Centre is $1,305 CAD per month (as of December 2019). The cost of living in Surrey is 21% lower than in central Vancouver but this cost will vary depending on the neighborhood.

Location and Infrastructure

Both of CAT’s campuses are in British Columbia, in the south-west of Canada. Surrey is near the coast, south of the Fraser River and north of the border with the United States. Kelowna lies in the centre of Okanagan Valley, the largest city on Okanagan Lake.


CAT’s Surrey campus is based in the heart of the city, right next to the Central City Mall and the King George Skytrain station. Surrey is near Vancouver, a centre for the creative industries, especially film and TV. You will feel at home near Vancouver, one of the most ethnically diverse cities in Canada, where 52 percent of the population speak a first language other than English.


CAT’s Kelowna campus, three hours inland from Surrey, is also in the city centre. Kelowna is surrounded by stunning natural scenery and its growing Cultural District offers a huge amount to see and do. The city is home to world-famous animation companies like Disney Interactive Studios, Bardel Entertainment and Yeti Farm Creative.

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