How do our graduates measure up

Our University and Career Guidance Team has developed strong relationships with post-secondary institutions in Canada, U.S.A. and other countries who recognize the unique nature of Bodwell and its diverse graduates.

Our university preparation team has successfully set Bodwell graduates up with entrance scholarship opportunities and have enrolled them in top universities through direct entry and pathway programs in Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences, Sciences, Life Sciences, Engineering, Computer Science, Business Administration/Commerce/Management, Fine Arts, Communications and Film.  Featured below are some facts about our 2019 graduates and some historic information on where our graduates go for postsecondary education.


2021 Graduate Stats + Highlights


This is a historic listing of all the institutions around the world that Bodwell graduates have attended and have graduated from.  This list will be updated as our graduates expand the range of schools they are accepted to.


- Carleton University
- Concordia University
- Dalhousie University
- Emily Carr University
- McGill University
- McMaster University
- OCAD University
- Queen’s University
- Ryerson University
- Simon Fraser University
- University of Alberta
- University of British Columbia

- University of Calgary
- University of Guelph
- University of Manitoba
- University of Ottawa
- University of Regina
- University of Saskatchewan
- University of Toronto
- University of Victoria
- University of Waterloo
- Western University
- Wilfrid Laurier University
- York University

USA / Mexico

- Arizona State University
- Bucknell University
- Cornell University
- Indiana State University
- John Hopkins University
- Michigan State University
- Oregon State University
- Parsons The New School for Design
- Pennsylvania State University
- San Francisco State University
- State University of New York

- University of Arizona
- University of California
- University of Cincinnati
- University of Hawaii
- University of Massachusetts
- University of San Francisco
- University of Texas
- Utah State University
- Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico
- Tecnologico de Monterrey

Europe / Asia / Oceania

- King’s University College
- Glion Institute of Higher Education
- Hotel Institute Montreux
- Moscow State University
- Sciences Po University
- Swiss Hotel Management School
- University College London
- University of Bath
- University of Bristol
- University of Edinburgh
- University of East Anglia
- University of Liverpool
- University of Manchester

- University of Sussex
- University of Warwick
- University of York
- Australian National University
- Hong Kong Polytechnic University
- Hong Kong University
- Keio University
- Korea University
- Nagoya University
- Sophia University
- University of Melbourne
- Waseda University
- Yonsei University

Each graduating class on average, represents around 23-25 different nationalities from around the globe.  About 93-94% of these students go to post-secondary study immediately following graduation.  Many graduates stay within British Columbia or Canada to go to universities such as the University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, University of Victoria, York University, University of Waterloo, McGill University, University of Toronto, Queen's University, University of Alberta, Emily Carr, and many more.


Recent graduates, please fill the survey in the link below to let us know which universities you received offers from, and which university you chose to attend.


Getting the best postsecondary opportunities


Its not enough to just present the information to our students about their postsecondary options.  Rather its is more about learning about their unique circumstances and tailoring a postsecondary plan that best fits the individual student.  With this in mind, there are six key fundamentals that we undertake with all our students.  They are paramount in our students finding success in postsecondary life and beyond.



their English proficiency


their academic learning


their personality, interests, & strengths


programs, universities, & career paths


between students, parents, teachers, & counsellors


the university admissions process into manageable steps


Our curriculum includes required courses that specifically address goal setting, self-assessment, and character building in addition to charting academic progress, navigating through postsecondary admissions requirements, and exploring postsecondary / career paths.  The goal is to encourage our students not only to have a strong academic record, but become people who are versatile in areas beyond the classroom.

We offer additional support for students that want to find out more about how their unique interests and personality translates into career and postsecondary paths that best suite their individual circumstances.

Required Steps

Planning 10

Course for future goal setting and assessments. Online education and career portfolio created.

Counsellor Support

Course selection, discuss academic progress, and explore university and career options.

Graduation Transitions 12

Course to ensure students are prepared beyond their academics, in the areas of career, community, & lifestyle.

University Guidance

Support on admissions requirements, English language requirements, deadlines / fees, and scholarships, etc.

Optional Steps

Health & Career Education 8 / 9

Course to explore personal interests, learning styles, and personality and how these link to a future career.

University Fair / Presentations

University fairs, presentations throughout the year, workshops, campus tours, award events & conferences.

IELTS Prep / Exam

Preparation sessions and exam available.

Career Exposure

Saturday enrichment class option.