Frequently Asked Questions

Global Education is an approved British Columbia Ministry of Education provider of distributed learning courses to non-resident learners which are eligible for equivalency credit toward a BC Graduation Certificate. All courses are taught by BC certified teachers, who are experts in delivering the BC curriculum. Global Education strives to provide the highest quality, interactive and engaging opportunities and assessments that are suited to the individual needs of students.

Credit for courses may be awarded equivalency credit for distributed learning courses by School District. The School District is responsible for awarding equivalency credit for distributed learning courses taken with School District No.73 Business Company, providing students successfully pass with a minimum of 50% as a final grade. Please read our policy on Eligible Course Offerings for Non-Resident Learners and Awarding Credit for Distributed Learning Courses

BC Offshore Schools
Students attending a BC Offshore School can register for online courses with Global Education. Our online courses meet the learning standards of the British Columbia curriculum. Students receive equivalency credit for courses taken with Global Education. If you are interested in registering for courses, please contact your BC Principal or info@globaled.ca. See our course offerings for the 2020/21 school year.

2+1 International Program
Students register for two years of online courses in their Grade 10 and Grade 11 year while studying in their home country. Students complete their Grade 12 year in a BC Public School District. Students receive equivalency credit for online courses once they are enrolled in a high school a BC Public School District or Independent Authority.

Registered at BC Public School District or a B.C. Independent School
Students that are registered with a BC School and are living outside of Canada can register for courses with Global Education. Students are required to obtain permission from their BC home school before registering for online courses with Global Education. Please see the procedure for requesting online courses with Global Education.

COVID Mitigation Program
Global Education offers online courses to non-resident students who are pursuing completion of a BC educational program with a BC Public School District or Independent School in British Columbia and who are unable or unwilling to travel to British Columbia and attend in-person classes due to the COVID-19 pandemic. See our course offerings the 2020/21 school year for high school and middle school.

English Language Learners (ELL) Courses
ELL courses include reading, writing, speaking and listening activities. ELL courses are designed to prepare students for English 9-11 .

High School Preparation Courses
Global Education’s High School Preparation Program prepares students wishing to study English at a Canadian high school. This foundational program prepares students for the academic challenges of Canadian high school. Students study high school subjects such as Social Studies, Science, Mathematics and English. Our classes will help familiarize students with the basic English vocabulary necessary for the comprehension of high school subjects.

Discover more about all of our programs here.

Students must be a non-resident learner that is physically located outside of British Columbia is not ordinarily a resident in British Columbia and is one of the following: (a) registered at a B.C. Offshore School, (b) a student participating in a 2+1 Program or (c) registered with a BC Public School District or Independent Authority.

Recommend system requirements are available at Technical Requirements. Please review the technical requirements here. If you require technical support, please contact us at techsupport@globaled.ca and one of our staff members would be happy to assist you.

All tests and exams must be invigilated by a teacher at your school that is authorized by Global Education to invigilate tests or by a Global Education teacher. Teachers will not provide test and exam passwords to students, parents or other individuals that are not authorized to invigilate tests/exams. Please review Policy 200.6 for more information on test invigilation procedures.

Global Education does not award academic credit for online courses. The BC home school is responsible for awarding credit for distributed learning courses taken with Global Education, providing students successfully pass with a minimum of 50% as a final grade. Please review our policy on Awarding Credit for Distributed Learning Courses.

It is at the discretion of the Offshore School, BC Public School District or Independent School Authority to awarded credit for distributed learning courses and for reporting final grades to the Ministry per the Equivalence and Challenge Process.

Credit for courses that cover the Graduation Program that meet the graduation requirements can only be given by an Offshore School, BC Public School District or Independent School Authority following equivalency review by the Offshore School, BC Public School District, or Independent School Authority that the student is enrolled in accordance with the Graduation Program Order (M302/04) and applicable Ministry of Education International Student Graduation Credit Policies.

Earning Credit through Equivalency, Challenge, External Credentials, Post Secondary Credit and Independent Directed Studies

International Student Graduation Credit

Yes, students receive a report card each term. Term and final report cards will be sent to your home school. If you have any questions, please contact us at info@globaled.ca

All refunds are at the discretion of Global Education, however refund requests are generally: (a) permitted if a school submits a withdrawal request within 14 days of registration in the Global Education course for which the refund is sought; and (b) not granted if a withdrawal request is received more than 14 days after registration in the Global Education course for which the refund is sought. Please review our Refund Policy.

All requests for refunds must be made in writing to the Director of School District No.73 Business Company at info@globaled.ca

Global Education will send an invoice with instructions on how to pay for your course. We accept the following payments wire transfer, Visa, MasterCard or WeChat, Alipay or Union Pay. For more information on payment methods contact us at info@globaled.ca.

Our courses have flexible start dates that meet the needs of individual learners. Students can register for courses at any time.

Yes, all courses are available during the summer. Students registering for summer school should plan to complete their course by the end of August to ensure a final grade can be reported in the fall.

To register for courses, contact first contact your school and they will assist you in registering for online courses with Global Education. For more information, email us at info@globaled.ca

To register for courses, contact first contact your school and they will assist you in registering for online courses with Global Education. For more Information, email us at info@globaled.ca.

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Global Education uses Moodle to deliver online course material,  lessons, assignments, and assessments. Students can access their grades, collaborate, and communicate with teachers on Moodle.

Once you are approved for your courses you can access them by clicking MY MOODLE COURSES on globaled.ca or login at moodle.globaled.ca.

To reset your password click here.

You will need the email address that you signed up with to reset your password.

Yes, your teacher would be happy to meet with you on Zoom. Please email your teacher to schedule a meeting.

At the end of your course, students are encouraged to complete a survey. If you would like to submit feedback or concerns during your course you can contact feedback@globaled.ca.

Depending on the subject courses are designed to be 100-120 hours to complete.  Students typically complete a course over quarter semester, full semester, or a full school year.

Global Education does not accept adult learners. The student must be of school age as defined in the School Act section 3 (1). School age student is deemed to be of school age until the end of the school year in which the person reaches age 19.