The Automotive Technical Studies (ATS) program appeals to students who:
Graduates of the program will learn to:
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Graduates of the program may enter any of the following career areas within the automotive and related industries:
Are you an international student? Are you a mechanically-inclined, hands-on problem solver who could benefit from professional preparatory training?
The alternate mode of entry into the Automotive Technical Studies program may be the right choice for you.
Upon successful completion of the requirements of the IZUNA International Student Entry program (ISEP), students are able to begin the Automotive Technical Studies program (18 months, 60 weeks full time).
IZUNA International Student Entry Program (ISEP)
English Language Entrance Requirements for the Automotive Technical Studies can be met by completing ISEP 0500.
Upon successful completion of ISEP 0500, students will take the, 5-week long, IZUNA Applied Technical Literacy Course - ACES 0100 (Bridge course):
More information on the ISEP program ›
Student Entry Program (ISEP)
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