- 45Acceptance Rate
- 12743Average Cost
- 90Employment Rate
Situated in the far south-east corner of the small farming community, Eston College began with an old farm house and use of the Eston Full Gospel Church on the other side of town. The student body grew quickly and by the second term of 1944-45 school year there were 18 students registered. During the early years G. S. McLean was the Principle with Rev. Wilfred B. Mitchell and his wife serving as teachers, the registrar, and the secretary.
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English language proficiency, if your native language is not English
IELTS 6.5 TOEFL iBT 80
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