Continuing Education and Community Engagement

NEW! – Worlds of English ESL program

Are you an adult seeking employment in Canada, but struggling because English is not your first language? Are you a professional in your home country but lacking the English skills to achieve employment to your full potential? Are you looking for a University based learning environment, with a Ministry of Advanced Education accredited program? Our newly launched Worlds of English ESL program could be a good fit for you. Learn more HERE.


In an alumni survey conducted in 2012, 57% of respondents indicated that they would like to see continuing education opportunities in the format of special topic seminars, work-schedule friendly workshops, and graduate certificate programs. Link here for more information on our offerings.

U asked for it, U got it!  CityU in Canada currently offers two graduate certificate programs:

Graduate Certificate in Executive Leadership for Non-Profits

In May 2013 the first Executive Leadership Program was launched, featuring how to develop sustainable non-profit organizations in the 21st century.  The first 3 Executive Leadership sessions were met with tremendous enthusiasm and satisfaction from more than 50 participants who attended.

Don’t miss out!  Contact us for the next series dates.  For more information on this program please check out our latest brochure.

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Graduate Certificate in Applied School Counselling

City University of Seattle in British Columbia is pleased to announce the launch of a new Graduate Certificate in Applied School Counselling. This certificate, in conjunction with the CityU MEd in School Counselling, has been pre-approved by the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors for Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC) certification.  Find out more on at our programs page.

BC Education Plan Curriculum Certificate for Teachers

This certificate program is designed to be part of the Innovation strategy supporting the new BC Education Plan by assisting teachers in understanding and implementing the guidelines of the new plan in the classroom. It is designed to help K-12 teachers with respect to both curriculum development and implementation and pedagogical practice. Learn more about it here.

Want to contact an advisor for our Canadian programs? Click here.