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1. What do Students Receive upon Completing TWU Pathway Program at MLC?

Students will receive the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) issued by MLC once all required courses have been completed with a minimum grade of 50 in each course, successfully passed Ontario’s standard high school LITERACY exam, and completed 40 hours of community services.

2. Can Students in the TWU Pathway Program Choose Universities other than TWU?

Yes, students in the TWU Pathway Program have the freedom to choose other Canadian universities and colleges if they desire. Students completing the TWU Pathway Program receive Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) which is widely recognized in Canada and among other western countries. The TWU Pathway Program ensures students to have at least one university acceptance, but students certainly have the freedom to choose other universities and colleges.

3. Can Students Change their Selected Undergraduate Program at TWU?

Yes, students are allowed to change their selected undergraduate program at Trinity Western University any time before they graduate from the TWU Pathway Program at MLC.

4. Can Students Change Undergraduate Program after beginning Study at TWU?

Yes, students are allowed to transfer to other undergraduate programs at Trinity Western University as long as their first year grade are above a certain grade average (requirements for each individual program may vary). TWU is part of the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC) and their credits are recognized by all major Canadian universities and colleges. Students can even choose to transfer to another university or college if they desire.

5. Is TWU’s Diploma Recognized in China?

Yes, for Chinese international students, Trinity Western University’s Undergraduate diploma is recognized by the Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China.

6. Can Students in TWU Pathway Program Successfully Meet TWU’s Requirement to Graduate?

Maple Leaf Collegiate has a team of kind, helpful, and responsible teachers to ensure students to achieve their peak academic performance. Majority of the students can successfully achieve Trinity Western University’s requirement of 75% grade average to be able to successfully graduate into Trinity Western University. As long as students follow teachers’ instructions, complete assigned homework on time, and have good attendance, they will be able to achieve a good grade.

7. Is there Really No Standardized English Exams Required to be Admitted into TWU after Students Complete the TWU Pathway Program at MLC?

Yes, MLC is the only officially certified high school by TWU to host the TWU Pathway Program. Students graduated from MLC do not need to take TOEFL, IELTS, or any other standardized English language tests to be admitted by TWU.

8. How can I Improve my English Skills to Prepare for University?

After admission, every ESL student will be tested on his/her English level by the school. Students are then placed accordingly in different levels of ESL classes. MLC ensures that every student is proficient with the English language by offering students one on one sessions after class to student in desperate need of assistance.

9. Does TWU Provide Students with Scholarships?

Yes, Trinity Western University provides all students with scholarships. For example, international students with a GPA above 2.0 can apply for the TWU International Scholarship. Scholarships can be as high as $6,630 per school term. There are also entry scholarships up to $6,000.

10. Why is TWU Incubator of Leaders in Canada?

With its outstanding academics and school ethics, TWU provides the Canadian with vast amount of leaders in different fields of the Canadian society.

  • Deborah Grey – Member of Parliament (MP)
  • Grant McNally – Member of Parliament (MP)
  • Chuck Strahl – Member of Parliament (MP)
  • Mark Strahl – Member of Parliament (MP)
  • Mark Warawa – Member of Parliament (MP)
  • Tara Teng – Miss World Canada 2012
  • Brayden Koslowsky – Recipient of the Fessenden-Trott Scholarship
  • Roger Cross – Hollywood Actor
  • Kaylee Harwood – Broadway Star
  • Ryan Walter – NHL Vancouver Canucks Coach
  • Bob Kuhn – Well-recognized Lawyer
  • Kevin Sawatsky – Well-recognized Lawyer
  • Emily Fox - Secretary of Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Shawn Atleo – National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations in Canada
  • Wade Larson - President and CEO of MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates (MDA)
  • Etc.