Note: Preference will be given to applicants with Grade 11 or 12 physics.
*If you do not meet the academic requirements, you can still apply. Contact Admissions about the Test of Workplace Essential Skills (TOWES).
NOTE: If your first language is not English please review our English Language Requirements page.
Fees for the academic year 2019/2020. Please note: Tuition and Fees are listed in Canadian dollars.
International Student Fee is an additional $4,000 per year.
International Health Fee is an additional $750 per year.
International Student Fees are due on the first day of class.
|Tuition and Other Fees||1st Year|
|Student Union||$ 168|
|Health Insurance Fee||$410|
|1stinstallment due upon first day of class||$4,724|
|2ndinstallment due January 6||$ 2,631|
|Other Program Costs||1st Year|
|Uniform/Safety Shoes/License Fee||$ 100|
Graduates from this program find employment in the Aerospace industry:
Aircraft turbine technicians inspect aircraft engines, troubleshoot issues with mechanical systems, and modify, repair, and test turbine engines. You will learn the techniques, procedures, and documentation requirements you need to work in this growing industry. We place emphasis on practical training using a variety of turbine engines including the Pratt and Whitney 100 series turbine engine used on the de Havilland Dash 8 aircraft, the Pratt and Whitney PT6 engine, and the Rolls Royce 250 engine.
If you are looking for a mechanical and detail-oriented, hands-on career in a fast-paced industry, this is the program for you!
Take a virtual tour of the Summerside Waterfront Campus here.
This is a U.S. Federal Aid Approved program.
View a detailed list of courses for this program.
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