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Centre for Arts and Technology

Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada
Campus setting Urban
Living cost USD 966 per month
Student population Small (1,000 or less)
International students 10%
Institution type Private

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. 

Campus information

CAT has a twelve-year old campus strategically located in the Landmark Centre - a business and technology hub that serves the Okanagan Valley and beyond. We also have two contemporary digital recording studios with mix-to-picture and surround-sound capability. There are interior design, fashion design, and animation labs that create an excellent environment to work in similar to the industry you will soon find yourself in. Two production studios are also provided for film and photography, including a green screens and seamless wall. 


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


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 $1250 CAD per month (as of January 2019). The cost of living in Surrey is 21% lower than in central Vancouver so this cost will vary depending on the neighborhood.


Courses available 10

Agriculture Studies 1 Business, Management 1 Computer Science, IT 1 Creative Arts & Design 8 Engineering 1 Health and Medicine 1 Hotel Management & Hospitality 1 Mass Communication & Media 1


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