Associate Degrees / Bachelors Degrees / CAPE
Admission requirements for undergraduate programmes include passes — Grades I, II and III — in at least five (5) subjects at CSEC general proficiency level. Of these five subjects, English A and Mathematics must be included.
Alternative to the above and where appropriate, admission requirements include:
- Aptitude examinations — for example, General Education Diplomae (GED) and Scholastic Achievement Tests (SAT) or equivalent examinations. Additionally, an evaluation of the applicant's transcript will be carried out.
- Applicants whose secondary education was completed in a country other than St. Lucia must provide evidence of equivalent qualification.
- Applicants must meet the requirements stipulated by the academic unit offering the programme of study under consideration.
Entry requirements for certificate level programmes vary for the various programmes offered at the College.
See Certificate Level programmes offered for specific entry requirements.
Persons who wish to offer access courses as part of their entry qualifications are advised that most access courses consist of two parts, both of which must be successfully completed prior to registration. Please note that the Access course grade which is acceptable for entry is determined by the respective programme.
Persons who have attained SALCC qualifications should indicate that on their application to the College.
- The College requires successful applicants to demonstrate their ability to understand and express themselves in English. This includes reading, writing, speaking and listening;
- If the applicant’s first language is not English they are required to show satisfactory evidence of their competency in English.
The College will consider the admission of mature students, based on the criteria below.
A mature student is defined as an individual;
- Who is at least 21 years of age.
- Whose previous school performance, private study, and/or recent work record and experiences suggest strong possibilities for academic success.
- Who has relevant work experience.
- Who has had no secondary school, college, or university level studies within the last five years.
- Mature students shall also meet any other stipulated requirements of the Academic Unit offering the programme of study under consideration.