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    Algonquin College

    With over 175 programs and three campuses, Algonquin is one of Canada’s largest colleges, and yet it proudly nurtures a friendly, student-oriented atmosphere. All of our programs effectively combine theory and practice – the best way to prepare for your career.

    Main Campus:
    Ottawa

    Locations:
    Ottawa, Pembroke, Perth

    Student Population:
    18,000


    Faculties: Hospitality & Tourism Management, e-Business Supply Chain Management, Applied Arts – Interior Design, Business Administration, Computer Systems Technology, Early Childhood Education, Culinary Management, International Business Management, Broadcasting-Television, Animation, Graphic Design, Game Development

    With over 175 programs and three campuses, Algonquin is one of Canada’s largest colleges, and yet it proudly nurtures a friendly, student-oriented atmosphere. All of our programs effectively combine theory and practice – the best way to prepare for your career.

    Acadia University

    Acadia University is a predominantly undergraduate university located in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada with some graduate programs at the master's level and one at the doctoral level. Acadia University is located in the town of Wolfville, which is approximately 100 kilometres northwest of Halifax, Nova Scotia the provincial capital. Founded in 1838 by the Baptist Community. In 2010, Acadia was ranked second in Maclean's Magazine for Best Overall in the Primarily Undergraduate University category.

    Main Campus:
    Wolfville

    Locations:
    Wolfville

    Student Population:
    3,485

    Faculties: Faculty of Pure and Applied Sciences, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Professional Studies, Faculty of Theology

    Acadia University is a predominantly undergraduate university located in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada with some graduate programs at the master's level and one at the doctoral level. Acadia University is located in the town of Wolfville, which is approximately 100 kilometres northwest of Halifax, Nova Scotia the provincial capital. Founded in 1838 by the Baptist Community. In 2010, Acadia was ranked second in Maclean's Magazine for Best Overall in the Primarily Undergraduate University category.

    Abbotsford School District

    Looking for an authentic Canadian school experience? Get a world-class education and learn English while attending school in Abbotsford, British Columbia (BC), part of the Greater Vancouver Area. International students enrolled in secondary, middle or elementary schools in Abbotsford learn English through immersion, and get to experience: Authentic Canadian culture – international students account for less than 2% of Abbotsford’s student population

    Main Campus:
    Abbotsford

    Locations:
    Abbotsford

    Faculties: Elementary Schools, Middle Schools, Secondary Schools, Community Schools

    Looking for an authentic Canadian school experience? Get a world-class education and learn English while attending school in Abbotsford, British Columbia (BC), part of the Greater Vancouver Area. International students enrolled in secondary, middle or elementary schools in Abbotsford learn English through immersion, and get to experience:

    Authentic Canadian culture – international students account for less than 2% of Abbotsford’s student population.

    Brooklyn College

    Located steps away from the heart of downtown Toronto, Brooklyn College is a private secondary school that welcomes international students to the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) Program (Grades 9-12) as well as University Preparation/Foundation Programs (Grades 11 – 12). Specialized programs in English as a Second Language (ESL), as well as IELTS training programs are also available to help students prepare for academic success in Canada. Brooklyn College prides itself in offering a safe and intimate environment for its students and makes every effort to ensure an easy transition for them.

    Main Campus:
    North York

    Locations:
    North York, Markham
    Student Population:
    250

    Faculties: University Preparation Program, Ontario High School Credit Courses (Grades 9-12), Tutorial Courses (Grades 7 -10), ESL (English as a Second Language) Program, Summer Camps, IELTS and TOEFL Training

    Located steps away from the heart of downtown Toronto, Brooklyn College is a private secondary school that welcomes international students to the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) Program (Grades 9-12) as well as University Preparation/Foundation Programs (Grades 11 – 12). Specialized programs in English as a Second Language (ESL), as well as IELTS training programs are also available to help students prepare for academic success in Canada.

    Brooklyn College prides itself in offering a safe and intimate environment for its students and makes every effort to ensure an easy transition for them.

    Capilano University

    Capilano is well known for providing a solid academic foundation and is committed to developing new and innovative programs in response to market demand.

    Main Campus:
    North Vancouver

    Locations:
    North Vancouver, Squamish, Sechelt
    Student Population:
    7,500

    Faculties: Arts and Sciences, Business and Professional Studies, Fine and Applied Arts, Health and Education, Preparatory Studies, Tourism and Outdoor Recreation

    Capilano is well known for providing a solid academic foundation and is committed to developing new and innovative programs in response to market demand.

    Conestoga College

    Conestoga is the fastest growing college in Ontario

    Main Campus:
    Cambridge

    Locations:
    Cambridge, Guelph, Kitchener, Waterloo
    Student Population:
    9,500
    International Students:
    550

    Faculties: Arts and Sciences, Business and Professional Studies, Fine and Applied Arts, Health and Education, Preparatory Studies, Tourism and Outdoor Recreation

    Faculties: Business and Hospitality, Engineering and Information Technology, Health & Sciences and Community Services, Liberal Studies, Media & Design, Trades and Apprenticeship, Language Institute

    • Conestoga is the fastest growing college in Ontario
    • Conestoga offers over 110 full-time certificate, diploma, degree and postgraduate programs, including 35 co-op programs
    • Conestoga has 9500 full-time students including 550 international students from over 45 countries
    • Our grads are 'ready for hire', loaded with the knowledge and skills needed to succeed. An astounding 88.4% graduate employment rate – the highest of all Ontario Colleges since 1999
    • Outstanding Educational and Sports Facilities
    • Conestoga keeps up with the times. As new technologies emerge, new innovative programs take shape
    • A parent's "dream of a degree" can start at Conestoga. Enroll in a diploma program then bridge into one of our excellent college degrees or take advantage of our university articulation agreements. This path is far less expensive and you'll have two credentials upon graduation!
    • Our applied degrees give students the theory of university and the hands-on skill that colleges are famous for
    • Conestoga reflects the diversity of the Waterloo Region. We are proud to have a campus community that is respectful, welcoming and inclusive to all. Our Respect Campaign encourages courtesy and respect
    • Conestoga is located in the Technology Triangle of Canada

    Canadore College

    Established in 1967, Canadore College is a small, government-funded college, ideally situated in North Bay, Ontario – equal distance from Toronto and Ottawa. Offering 60 full-time quality programs taught by an outstanding faculty, the College boasts the highest graduation rate of Ontario’s 24 public colleges, and graduates approximately 1,000 students each year. The West Parry Sound Campus is Canadore’s newest facility, and currently focuses on Health, Human Care and Wellness programs. The College welcomes international students from China, Brasil, India, Africa, Caribbean, South America and Europe, and is equipped to provide a spectrum of support services, including but not limited to, study skills workshops, peer tutoring, career guidance, and a guaranteed space in on-campus residence for the first year.

    Main Campus:
    North Bay

    Locations:
    North Bay, Parry Sound
    Student Population:
    3,500

    Faculties: School of Aviation, School of Business and Management, School of Community, Justice and Police, Studies, School of Culinary Arts, School of Environmental Studies and Biotechnology, School of Health, Human Care and Wellness, School of Indigenous Studies, School of Language, Access and Preparatory Studies, School of Media, Design and Dramatic Arts, School of Sport and Recreation, and School of Trades and Technology. Canadore College also offers preparatory programs including a one-year college certificate in English as a Second Language, and the Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) Program, which provides Grade 12 equivalence, and is recognized for admission to college postsecondary programs and apprenticeship training in Ontario

    Established in 1967, Canadore College is a small, government-funded college, ideally situated in North Bay, Ontario – equal distance from Toronto and Ottawa. Offering 60 full-time quality programs taught by an outstanding faculty, the College boasts the highest graduation rate of Ontario’s 24 public colleges, and graduates approximately 1,000 students each year. The West Parry Sound Campus is Canadore’s newest facility, and currently focuses on Health, Human Care and Wellness programs. The College welcomes international students from China, Brasil, India, Africa, Caribbean, South America and Europe, and is equipped to provide a spectrum of support services, including but not limited to, study skills workshops, peer tutoring, career guidance, and a guaranteed space in on-campus residence for the first year.

    Centennial College

    Centennial College is located in the culturally diverse city of Toronto. Established as the province of Ontario’s first public college in 1966, Centennial College offers more than 170 diplomas, bachelor and certificate programs. Programs offered are in engineering technology, business, hospitality, health studies, communications, community services and transportation. Programs are taught in one of four campuses including the new $57 million (CDN) addition to the Progress campus which includes a state-of-the-art library and 22 classrooms fitted with leading edge technology. Centennial offers applied, career oriented programs many of which include coop and internship opportunities while studying. Centennial has September, January and May intakes available for International students.

    Main Campus:
    Scarborough, Toronto, Ontario

    Locations:
    Scarborough
    Student Population:
    16,000

    Faculties: Faculty of Engineering Technology and Applied Sciences, Faculty of Business Studies, Faculty of Hospitality, Tourism and Culture, Faculty of Community and Health Science, Faculty of Communication, Media and Design, Faculty of Transportation, Faculty of Advancement

    Centennial College is located in the culturally diverse city of Toronto. Established as the province of Ontario’s first public college in 1966, Centennial College offers more than 170 diplomas, bachelor and certificate programs. Programs offered are in engineering technology, business, hospitality, health studies, communications, community services and transportation. Programs are taught in one of four campuses including the new $57 million (CDN) addition to the Progress campus which includes a state-of-the-art library and 22 classrooms fitted with leading edge technology. Centennial offers applied, career oriented programs many of which include coop and internship opportunities while studying. Centennial has September, January and May intakes available for International students.

    Columbia International College

    Founded in Hamilton, Ontario, in 1979, Columbia International College (CIC) is the largest private boarding university-preparatory school in Canada. CIC has an exceptional record of student success with 100% of graduates accepted into universities and colleges both in Canada and worldwide, 72% of whom have been accepted into the top 8 universities in Canada. There are several key advantages offered by CIC which distinguishes the institution from other private international boarding schools in Canada. CIC practices a “Total Care” system in which each student receives education programming personalized to their individual needs. CIC’s university partners including University of Waterloo, University of Western Ontario, University of Toronto (Mississauga), McMaster, York, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Brock University & Cape Breton have offered top graduates from the school CIC-specific scholarships, which students can receive in addition to all other regular scholarships and awards for which students may qualify. The school’s location is also key as CIC is conveniently situated an hour from Toronto, Canada’s financial and entertainment centre, in what is considered Ontario's manufacturing hub. This location provides students and graduates with ample opportunities for summer jobs, post-graduate employment, and internships at top companies in the business, tourism and manufacturing sectors.

    Main Campus:
    Hamilton

    Locations:
    Hamilton
    Student Population:
    1,745

    Faculties: University Preparatory Program/Foundation Program (Grade 12), High School Program (Grades 9, 10, 11 & 12), Junior High School Program (Grades 7 - 8), ESL (English as a Second Language) Program, English and Camp Program

    Founded in Hamilton, Ontario, in 1979, Columbia International College (CIC) is the largest private boarding university-preparatory school in Canada. CIC has an exceptional record of student success with 100% of graduates accepted into universities and colleges both in Canada and worldwide, 72% of whom have been accepted into the top 8 universities in Canada.

    There are several key advantages offered by CIC which distinguishes the institution from other private international boarding schools in Canada. CIC practices a “Total Care” system in which each student receives education programming personalized to their individual needs. CIC’s university partners including University of Waterloo, University of Western Ontario, University of Toronto (Mississauga), McMaster, York, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Brock University & Cape Breton have offered top graduates from the school CIC-specific scholarships, which students can receive in addition to all other regular scholarships and awards for which students may qualify. The school’s location is also key as CIC is conveniently situated an hour from Toronto, Canada’s financial and entertainment centre, in what is considered Ontario's manufacturing hub. This location provides students and graduates with ample opportunities for summer jobs, post-graduate employment, and internships at top companies in the business, tourism and manufacturing sectors.

    Columbia College

    Established in 1936, Columbia College is Canada’s longest-established international private college, offering first and second year university transfer courses, Associate Degrees in Arts and Science, a university preparatory foundations program, Academic Preparatory English, and conditional acceptances. Since 1985, Columbia College has established a national reputation as Canada's premier university-preparatory school for international students. During this period, the college has consistently been one of the top three providers of international students to the University of British Columbia, and also sends large numbers of students to Simon Fraser, Vancouver's other major university. Columbia College has a total student population of approximately 1000 students, creating an environment that is perfect for those who are new to Canada and need the support that only a small community of staff and students can offer. The College also works closely with its network of host families to provide safe and enjoyable home-stay experiences for its international students.

    Main Campus:
    Vancouver

    Locations:
    Vancouver
    Student Population:
    1000

    Faculties: University Transfer Program, Associate Degree Program, Grade 11 – 12 University Foundation Program, Academic ESL

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    Confederation College

    Confederation College, which was founded in 1967, is a public institution located in the province of Ontario, Canada. Confederation College delivers exceptional education to an average of 11,400 full and part-time students per year. It offers more than 50 programs in four different academic schools: School of Aviation; School of Business, Hospitality & Media Arts; School of Engineering Technology & Trades; School of Health & Community Services.

    Main Campus:
    Thunder Bay

    Locations:
    Thunder Bay, Geraldton, Marathon, Wawa, Red Lake, Sioux Lookout, Fort Frances, Kenora, Dryden
    Student Population:
    11,400

    Faculties: Aviation, Business, Community Services, Dental, Engineering Technology, General Arts and Science, Health Sciences, Hospitality, Media Arts, Natural Resources, Skilled Trades

    Confederation College, which was founded in 1967, is a public institution located in the province of Ontario, Canada. Confederation College delivers exceptional education to an average of 11,400 full and part-time students per year. It offers more than 50 programs in four different academic schools: School of Aviation; School of Business, Hospitality & Media Arts; School of Engineering Technology & Trades; School of Health & Community Services.

    Douglas College

    Founded in 1970, Douglas is a post-secondary institution located at a 30-minute drive from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

    Main Campus:
    North Vancouver

    Locations:
    North Vancouver, New Westminster, Coquitlam and Surrey
    Student Population:
    14,000

    Faculties: • Child, Family and Community Studies • Commerce and Business Administration • Health Sciences • Humanities and Social Sciences Language, Literature and Performing Arts Science and Technology

    Founded in 1970, Douglas is a post-secondary institution located at a 30-minute drive from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

    Recognized by the British Columbia Education Quality Assurance program, Douglas offers Bachelor's degrees, associate degrees, post-degree and graduate diplomas, general university-transfer courses in the arts, sciences and business, as well as career programs in health care, human services (Child, Family and Community Studies), business, and creative arts.

    Every year, about 14,000 students take for-credit courses at Douglas and the college is also a popular choice for international students welcoming more than 1,500 students from China, South Korea, India, Japan and many other countries.

    Douglas offers a Comprehensive University Transfer Program with universities in British Columbia, as well as at other institutions around the world.

    Their Co-op program is designed to give students the opportunity to gain 4 to 16 months of paid work experience, directly related to their field of study.

    Durham College

    Founded in 1967, Durham educates 10,000 full-time students per year, and another 20,000 in part-time programs. International students from 32 countries currently make up 4% of the full-time student population, with India and China the two largest source countries. The college offers more than 140 full-time, market-driven programs through the schools of Business, IT & Management, Health & Community Services, Media, Art & Design, and Science & Engineering Technology. Durham’s well-developed international student support program, active student life, and on-campus residence facilities enable international students to easily transition into their new environment. Additionally, it’s safe and secure campus setting, complemented by a convenient proximity to Toronto (30 km east), offers the best of big-city and smaller-community living. As per the Ontario government’s latest survey of Ontario colleges, Durham’s Graduate Employer Satisfaction rate is 92%.

    Main Campus:
    Oshawa

    Locations:
    Oshawa and Whitby
    Student Population:
    10,000

    Faculties: Business, IT & Management, Health & Community Services, Media, Art & Design, and Science & Engineering Technology

    Founded in 1967, Durham educates 10,000 full-time students per year, and another 20,000 in part-time programs. International students from 32 countries currently make up 4% of the full-time student population, with India and China the two largest source countries.

    The college offers more than 140 full-time, market-driven programs through the schools of Business, IT & Management, Health & Community Services, Media, Art & Design, and Science & Engineering Technology.

    Durham’s well-developed international student support program, active student life, and on-campus residence facilities enable international students to easily transition into their new environment. Additionally, it’s safe and secure campus setting, complemented by a convenient proximity to Toronto (30 km east), offers the best of big-city and smaller-community living.

    As per the Ontario government’s latest survey of Ontario colleges, Durham’s Graduate Employer Satisfaction rate is 92%.

    Fleming College

    Experience the Fleming Advantage! Learning through Experience Our programs are designed to give you the best possible real-world, real-work experiences. Depending on your program, you’ll have many options to apply what you’ve learned to your chosen field of study. Work Placements Internships In a lab, or clinical setting Co-op Employment Semester-long applied projects

    Main Campus:
    Peterborough

    Locations:
    Peterborough, Cobourg, Haliburton, Lindsay
    Student Population:
    16,000

    Faculties: Business, Computing, Hospitality, Community Development & Health, Environmental & Natural Resource Sciences, General Arts and Sciences, Haliburton School of The Arts, Justice & Business Studies, Skilled Trades & Technology

    Our programs are designed to give you the best possible real-world, real-work experiences. Depending on your program, you’ll have many options to apply what you’ve learned to your chosen field of study.

    • Work Placements
    • Internships
    • In a lab, or clinical setting
    • Co-op Employment
    • Semester-long applied projects
    International Student Services
    • Free Airport Pick-up
    • Free or low-cost accommodation for your first days
    • Welcome Orientation
    • International Education Support
    • Cultural Trips and Events
    • Student Advising
    • Free Tutoring
    • Networking with Potential Employers
    • Career Services
    • Health Care

    Fanshawe College

    Fanshawe College was founded in 1967 in beautiful London, Ontario. Known as the “Forest City”, London is nestled between the Great Lakes and is only a short drive from Toronto and Niagara Falls. Fanshawe College offers more than 200 degree, diploma, certificate and apprenticeship programs in a wide variety of disciplines including applied arts, business, health care, human services, hospitality, media, technology and more. Many post-secondary programs at Fanshawe have a co-operative education component, providing students with valuable, hands-on work experience in their field.

    Main Campus:
    Ontario & London

    Locations:
    London, Simcoe, St. Thomas, Woodstock
    Student Population:
    43,000

    Faculties: • School of Applied Science and Technology • School of Aviation Technology • School of Contemporary Media • School of Design • School of Building Technology • School of Health Sciences • School of Human Services • School of Information Technology • School of Language and Liberal Studies • School of Business • School of Nursing • School of Public Safety • School of Tourism and Hospitality • School of Transportation Technology and Apprenticeship

    Fanshawe College was founded in 1967 in beautiful London, Ontario. Known as the “Forest City”, London is nestled between the Great Lakes and is only a short drive from Toronto and Niagara Falls. Fanshawe College offers more than 200 degree, diploma, certificate and apprenticeship programs in a wide variety of disciplines including applied arts, business, health care, human services, hospitality, media, technology and more. Many post-secondary programs at Fanshawe have a co-operative education component, providing students with valuable, hands-on work experience in their field. `

    A proud provider of on-campus Bachelor’s degree programs in Biotechnology, Early Childhood Leadership, Accounting and Management, Human Resource Management, Digital Marketing, Environmental Design and Planning and Interior Design, Fanshawe also offers additional selections of University Pathway programs, credit transfers and articulation agreements with universities in Canada and around the world.

    Home to 43,000+ students, Fanshawe College hosts over 2500 international students from 65 countries. It’s brand new 10-Level English Language Study Program enables an easy and direct transition to all levels of academic programs. Fanshawe’s EAP Program has been certified by Western University and Languages Canada as a program meeting their English standards. The College also offers a generous selection of Achievement Awards and Entrance Scholarships for International Students.

    George Brown College

    A learning community in the heart of Toronto, Canada’s biggest and most exciting city. A College with high quality, career-focused programs; caring, expert teachers; modern facilities; and a welcoming and diverse student body. This is George Brown—one of Canada’s largest public colleges, fully recognized and accredited by government since 1967.

    Main Campus:
    Toronto

    Locations:
    Toronto
    Student Population:
    23,000

    Faculties: School of English as a Second Language, Preparatory and Liberal Studies, Arts and Design, Community Services and Early Childhood, Health Sciences, Hospitality and Culinary Arts, Construction and Engineering Technologies, Business

    A learning community in the heart of Toronto, Canada’s biggest and most exciting city. A College with high quality, career-focused programs; caring, expert teachers; modern facilities; and a welcoming and diverse student body. This is George Brown—one of Canada’s largest public colleges, fully recognized and accredited by government since 1967.

    Greystone College

    • Part of the ILSC Education Group’s reputable network of Colleges and Teacher Training programs
    • International learning environment in the metropolitan cities of Vancouver, Toronto and New Delhi
    • 1400 students from the regions of Asia, Europe, and Latin America, as well as, Canadian domestic students
    Main Campus:
    Vancouver

    Locations:
    Vancouver and Toronto (Canada), New Delhi (India)
    Student Population:
    Approx. 1400 for Vancouver and Toronto
    Faculties: Business, Hospitality, TESL, Interpreting and Translation

    • Part of the ILSC Education Group’s reputable network of Colleges and Teacher Training programs
    • International learning environment in the metropolitan cities of Vancouver, Toronto and New Delhi
    • 1400 students from the regions of Asia, Europe, and Latin America, as well as, Canadian domestic students
    • Offers a wide range of Business and Hospitality programs, as well as English Teaching and Interpretation and Translation programs
    • 13 Business diplomas and certificates and three Business Co-Op Programs, including:
      • Advanced Diploma in Business Administration
      • Certificate in Human Resources
      • Certificate in Business Management
      • Diploma in Supervisory Management
      • Certificate in International Business and Trade

    Georgian College

    Why Choose Georgian? Be inspired and transformed! Georgian is a leader in education – employers seek out our graduates. Choose from more than 100 programs taught in state-of-the-art facilities across seven campuses. Academic upgrading, apprenticeship, diploma, college degree, university degree or graduate studies – you'll find it all here. Most programs feature paid co-op internships with top employers which gives you a competitive edge when you graduate.

    Main Campus:
    Barrie

    Locations:
    Barrie, Orillia , Owen Sound
    Student Population:
    10,000

    Faculties: Business, Computer Studies, Transportation Studies, Engineering Technology, Design and Visual Arts, Health Sciences and Human Services, Hospitality and Tourism.

    Be inspired and transformed! Georgian is a leader in education – employers seek out our graduates. Choose from more than 100 programs taught in state-of-the-art facilities across seven campuses. Academic upgrading, apprenticeship, diploma, college degree, university degree or graduate studies – you'll find it all here. Most programs feature paid co-op internships with top employers which gives you a competitive edge when you graduate.

    Humber College

    Established in 1967, Humber College is one of the largest colleges in Canada, recognized and innovator in providing high-quality postsecondary education. Located in Toronto, Canada’s cultural, entertainment and financial capital, Humber offers more than 150 programs across 40 fields of study - with work placement components in most programs and the highest number of transfer options to Canadian universities.

    Main Campus:
    Toronto

    Locations:
    Toronto
    Student Population:
    83,000

    Faculties: Applied Technology, Business, Creative and Performing Arts, Health Sciences, Hospitality, Recreation and Tourism, Liberal Arts & Sciences, Media Studies & Information Technology, Social & Community Services

    Established in 1967, Humber College is one of the largest colleges in Canada, recognized and innovator in providing high-quality postsecondary education. Located in Toronto, Canada’s cultural, entertainment and financial capital, Humber offers more than 150 programs across 40 fields of study - with work placement components in most programs and the highest number of transfer options to Canadian universities.

    Langara College

    Founded as an independent college in 1994, Langara is located in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia – Canada’s centre for software development, biotechnology, aerospace, video game development, animation studios and television production, and film industry.

    Main Campus:
    Vancouver

    Locations:
    Vancouver
    Student Population:
    22,600

    Faculties: • Arts • Business • Science and Technology • Humanities and Social Sciences • Health Founded as an independent college in 1994, Langara is located in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia – Canada’s centre for software development, biotechnology, aerospace, video game development, animation studios and television production, and film industry.

    The College educates 22,600 full time students who participate in over 90+ diploma and certificate programs. Popular program offerings include Business Management, Financial Management, Engineering Transfer, Computer Studies, Internet and Web Technology, Kinesiology, Nutrition & Food Services Management, and Health Science. Langara offers co-op options for students enrolled in their Schools of Management, Computer Science and Recreation Management. The College is home to 4,200 international students from over 80 different countries. Conditional admission for students requiring additional training in the English Language is available through Langara’s English for Academic Purposes (LEAP) program.

    Langara offers a number of articulation and pathway agreements for international students to transfer to other Canadian post-secondary institutions for degree completion. The College also offers, the following bachelor's degree programs at this time:

    • Bachelor of Business Administration (Accounting, Business Management, International Business Management, Marketing Management)
    • Bachelor of Recreation Management and
    • Bachelor of Performing Arts (in collaboration with other post-secondary institutions

    Langara College also offers programs at the Post-Baccalaureate level. Post-degree diploma (PDD) programs are designed for students who possess a bachelor’s degree and who want to develop and broaden their professional skills through experiential learning. Program specializations include Business Administration, Marketing, Accounting, Supply Chain & Logistics, Web & Mobile application design & development and Nursing Leadership & Management.

    Kwantlen Polytechnic University

    At Kwantlen, we’re proud to be known for our commitment to delivering flexible, relevant and deeply meaningful educational experiences to our students - experiences that promote professional and personal growth, leadership and social responsibility. Students from around the world come to Kwantlen for our focus on small classes, engaged faculty and our blending of academic challenges with hands-on learning opportunities inside and outside the classroom. All of this combined with our location in one of the most livable cities in the world make Kwantlen one of the best places to gain the clear and decisive advantage required for success in the increasingly competitive, increasingly global workplace.

    Main Campus:
    Surrey

    Locations:
    Surrey, Richmond, Cloverdale, Langley
    Student Population:
    13,000

    Faculties: Humanities, Social Sciences, Business, Design, Horticulture, Science, Mathematics & Applied Sciences, Community and Health Studies, Trades and Technology

    At Kwantlen, we’re proud to be known for our commitment to delivering flexible, relevant and deeply meaningful educational experiences to our students - experiences that promote professional and personal growth, leadership and social responsibility. Students from around the world come to Kwantlen for our focus on small classes, engaged faculty and our blending of academic challenges with hands-on learning opportunities inside and outside the classroom. All of this combined with our location in one of the most livable cities in the world make Kwantlen one of the best places to gain the clear and decisive advantage required for success in the increasingly competitive, increasingly global workplace.

    Loyalist College

    Loyalist College offers international students the ideal combination of academic excellence, extra-curricular activities and intercultural experience. Loyalist College provides career-oriented, relevant programs, an outstanding faculty and staff, state-of-the-art facilities and a full range of services to support your success. Students get to know their professors as they share industry experience and contacts through hands-on and applied learning. Loyalist’s placement rate for our graduates is consistently one of the highest for an Ontario college, and a recent survey shows that 97% of our students would recommend our College to a friend.

    Main Campus:
    Belleville

    Locations:
    Belleville, Bancroft
    Student Population:
    3200

    Faculties: Architecture and Building Sciences, Biosciences, Business and Management Studies, Health and Human Studies, Justice Studies, Media Studies, Skill Training

    Loyalist College offers international students the ideal combination of academic excellence, extra-curricular activities and intercultural experience. Loyalist College provides career-oriented, relevant programs, an outstanding faculty and staff, state-of-the-art facilities and a full range of services to support your success. Students get to know their professors as they share industry experience and contacts through hands-on and applied learning. Loyalist’s placement rate for our graduates is consistently one of the highest for an Ontario college, and a recent survey shows that 97% of our students would recommend our College to a friend.

    Why study at Loyalist College?
    • Safe, friendly college
    • Small college – approximately 3200 students – provides personal, friendly and caring attention to students
    • Small class size; Faculty to student ratio 1:21
    • Professors with industry experience and contacts
    • On-campus residence
    • International student scholarships
    • September and January start dates
    • University transfer agreements – over 77 formal agreements for students to earn a degree
    • Internship programs
    • Fast-track options
    • On and off-campus work opportunitieste

    Mount Royal University

    Based in Calgary, Alberta, a dynamic young city and the centre of the petroleum industry in Canada, Mount Royal University offers a wide variety of high-quality undergraduate degree programs.

    Main Campus:
    Calgary

    Locations:
    Calgary

    Student Population:
    24,768

    Faculties: Arts, Business, Communications, Continuing Education, Health & Community Studies, Science & Technology, Teaching & Learning.

    Based in Calgary, Alberta, a dynamic young city and the centre of the petroleum industry in Canada, Mount Royal University offers a wide variety of high-quality undergraduate degree programs.

    Founded in 1911, Mount Royal focuses on providing students with quality teaching and small class sizes. Experience has also taught Mount Royal the importance of preparing students well for future employment through hands-on learning through work placements, practicum and co-op education.

    Niagara College

    Founded over 40 years ago, Niagara College Canada has become Canada’s fastest growing community college. Every year more than 10,000 full-time students, including over 700 international students from 60 countries begin their dreams in our state-of-the-art facilities.

    Main Campus:
    Welland

    Locations:
    Niagara on the lake, Welland, St. Catherine, Niagara Falls

    Student Population:
    26,000

    Faculties: Academic and Liberal Studies, Administrative Studies, Business and Entrepreneurship, Community Studies, Computer Studies and Engineering Technology, Construction Studies, Culinary Studies, Electrical and Electronics Studies, Environmental Studies, Health Studies, Horticulture and Agribusiness, Hospitality and Tourism, Language Studies, Mechanical Studies, Media and Design, Motive Power Automotive Studies, Photonics Studies, Justice Studies, Spa and Salon Studies, Welding Studies, Winery, Viticulture and Brewery Studies

    Follow Your Dream

    Founded over 40 years ago, Niagara College Canada has become Canada’s fastest growing community college. Every year more than 10,000 full-time students, including over 700 international students from 60 countries begin their dreams in our state-of-the-art facilities.

    A World of Wonders

    The Niagara Region, home to Niagara College, is a proud multicultural centre of 430,000 residents where 20% speak a second language. It’s the perfect setting to discover your place in the world.

    Living in Niagara

    New country, new friends, new school, and new opportunities. Starting college in a new country can be really exciting, but also a little scary... With caring staff and excellent facilities, Niagara College goes out of its way to welcome you.

    North Island College

    • Founded in 1975, North Island College is a community college educating 4,300 full time students, of which 7% are international from 32 different countries.

    Main Campus:
    Comox Valley (City of Courtenay)

    Locations:
    Comox Valley, Port Alberni, Campbell River, Mt. Waddington

    Student Population:
    4,300

    Faculties: Arts & Science, Business, Arts & Design, Community Care, Tourism & Hospitality and Trades & Technology

    Founded in 1975, North Island College is a community college educating 4,300 full time students, of which 7% are international from 32 different countries.

    The College offers 80 associate degrees, diplomas and certificates across faculties of Arts & Science, Business, Arts & Design, Community Care, Tourism & Hospitality and Trades & Technology. Additionally, NIC offers bachelor’s degrees in Business Administration, with specializations in Accounting, Marketing & General Management.

    NIC is a proud provider of University Transfer Programs with the University of Victoria, Vancouver Island University, Emily Carr University of Art & Design, as well as additional transfer options with University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University and many more. Furthermore, there are Dual Admission pathways with Royal Roads, and UNBC as well. Starting at NIC affords students accessibility and an affordable education with the ability to continue their studies at partner institutions for a variety of graduate and undergraduate programs.

    There are co-op, internship, mentorship and study abroad opportunities available. With small classes of approximately 20-30 students, students can look forward to a highly interactive supportive learning environment and deep learning experiences.

    NIC is situated in a popular tourist destination that is described as a small, safe, welcoming and friendly community that offers much outdoor adventure, including mountain biking, white water paddling, sea kayaking, rock climbing, kite-boarding, hiking, scuba diving and skiing.

    The College offers several support services supporting student success including academic English language training for students needing to improve language proficiency prior to entry into an academic program.

    Red River College

    As Manitoba’s largest institute of applied learning, Red River College offers 100+ full-time programs at its eight different campuses across the province. RRC’s main campuses are located in Winnipeg, which is Canada’s seventh largest city, and also the capital of the province of Manitoba. With the majority of its programs designed for completion within one to two years, Red River College aims to lead its learners straight to employment. As per their Graduate Satisfaction and Employment Report of 2012/13, RRC is proud to quote a 96% graduate employment rate.

    Main Campus:
    Winnipeg

    Locations:
    Winnipeg, Selkirk, Portage, Steinbach and Winkler

    Student Population:
    30,000

    Faculties: Business, Community Services, Computers and Information Systems Technology, Creative Arts, Engineering and CAD Technology, Health Sciences, Hospitality, Languages, Teacher Education, Trades and Technology, Transportation Technology. English Language Preparation and Academic Preparation/High School completion (Grades 11 and 12) are also offered.

    As Manitoba’s largest institute of applied learning, Red River College offers 100+ full-time programs at its eight different campuses across the province. RRC’s main campuses are located in Winnipeg, which is Canada’s seventh largest city, and also the capital of the province of Manitoba.

    With the majority of its programs designed for completion within one to two years, Red River College aims to lead its learners straight to employment. As per their Graduate Satisfaction and Employment Report of 2012/13, RRC is proud to quote a 96% graduate employment rate.

    Some of the featured programs at Red River College include Aerospace Manufacturing, Geographic Information Systems Technology, MRI and Spectroscopy, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Nursing, and Pharmaceutical Manufacturing.

    The Language Training Centre at Red River College has developed and delivered English language programs for more than 30 years, welcoming students from over 30 different countries. Students falling short of the English Proficiency requirement for unconditional admission also have the option to enroll in a two-month Academic bridging program. In addition, RRC’s Academic Foundations Program is designed to help students prepare for Grade 11 and Grade 12 courses or to meet special admissions requirements for various RRC programs. The minimum age to apply to the college is 16.

    The College offers campus and off-campus accommodation options, including home-stays. The Diversity and Intercultural Services Office at RRC offers support programs to help immigrant and international students be successful in their integration into the local culture, the College environment and the Canadian labour force.

    Selkirk College

    Selkirk College, founded in 1966, was the first regional community college in British Columbia. Located in a beautiful natural setting, Selkirk has grown into one of the largest organizations in the West Kootenay and Boundary regions of south eastern British Columbia offering over 70 programs.

    Main Campus:
    Castlegar

    Locations:
    Castlegar, Nelson, Trail, Grand Forks, Nakusp, Kaslo

    Student Population:
    24,00

    Faculties: School of Academic Upgrading and Development, School of Business and Aviation, School of Digital Media and Music, School of Health and Human Services, School of Hospitality and Tourism, School of Industry and Trades Training, School of Environment and Geomatics (Renewable Resources) , School of University Arts and Sciences

    Selkirk College, founded in 1966, was the first regional community college in British Columbia. Located in a beautiful natural setting, Selkirk has grown into one of the largest organizations in the West Kootenay and Boundary regions of south eastern British Columbia offering over 70 programs.

    Sheridan College

    Founded in 1967, Sheridan College has grown into one of Ontario’s leading postsecondary institutions. Across its four GTA campuses in Oakville, Brampton, and Mississauga, Sheridan College educates approximately 18,000 full-time, and 35,000 continuing and part-time students per year.

    Main Campus:
    Oakville

    Locations:
    Oakville, Brampton, and Mississauga

    Student Population:
    18,000

    Faculties: Animation, Arts and Design, Applied Health and Community Studies, Applied Science and Technology, Business, Continuing and Professional Studies, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.

    Founded in 1967, Sheridan College has grown into one of Ontario’s leading postsecondary institutions. Across its four GTA campuses in Oakville, Brampton, and Mississauga, Sheridan College educates approximately 18,000 full-time, and 35,000 continuing and part-time students per year.

    Internationally, Sheridan is in high demand across the world, and draws students from 65+ countries. Over the past five years, the college’s international student population has grown by 600% to over 3,000 students.

    Sheridan College offers more than 90 programs leading to certificates, diplomas, and post-graduate diplomas. In addition, the college offers 40+ Bachelor’s degree programs. Academic specialties include Business Administration and Accounting, Computer Software Programming, Engineering Technologies (Electromechanical, Mechanical and Computer), and Visual and Creative Arts.

    St. Lawrence College of Applied Arts and Technology

    Founded in 1967, St. Lawrence College’s three campuses in Eastern Ontario (Kingston, Brockville, and Cornwall) educate approximately 7,000 full-time, and 20,000 continuing and part-time students per year. Known for small class sizes and market-focused programs, St. Lawrence College attracts students from 40+ countries. International students currently make up 3% of the student population.

    Main Campus:
    Kingston

    Locations:
    Kingston, Brockville, and Cornwall

    Student Population:
    7,000

    Faculties: Business, Community Services, Applied Science & Computing, Health Science, Justice Studies & Applied Arts, Skilled Trades & Tourism.

    Founded in 1967, St. Lawrence College’s three campuses in Eastern Ontario (Kingston, Brockville, and Cornwall) educate approximately 7,000 full-time, and 20,000 continuing and part-time students per year.

    Known for small class sizes and market-focused programs, St. Lawrence College attracts students from 40+ countries. International students currently make up 3% of the student population.

    St. Lawrence College offers more than 89 academic programs, including 9 graduate diplomas. The college additionally offers 3 Bachelor’s degree programs in Business Administration, Behavioural Psychology, and Nursing. Academic specialties include Engineering Technologies, Environmental Technology, Health Care Administration, Medical Laboratory Science, Early Childhood Education, and Music Theatre – Performance.

    Many of the school’s courses offer a co-op placement option with local industry, allowing students to gain valuable hands-on experience prior to graduation.

    St. Clair College

    Founded in 1967, St. Clair is located in Windsor, Ontario – Canada's automotive capital. The College educates 8,500 full time students who participate in over 100 advanced diplomas, diplomas, degrees and graduate certificates focused in Health, Engineering & Technology, Business, Media Arts and Social Services. Unique program offerings include diplomas in Border Services, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Cardiovascular Technology and Entertainment Technology.

    Main Campus:
    Windsor

    Locations:
    Windsor, Chatham, Toronto

    Student Population:
    8,500 (Full-Time) 20,000 (Part-Time)

    Faculties: • Health • Engineering & Technology • Business • Media Arts and • Social Services

    Founded in 1967, St. Clair is located in Windsor, Ontario – Canada's automotive capital. The College educates 8,500 full time students who participate in over 100 advanced diplomas, diplomas, degrees and graduate certificates focused in Health, Engineering & Technology, Business, Media Arts and Social Services. Unique program offerings include diplomas in Border Services, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Cardiovascular Technology and Entertainment Technology.

    St. Clair is home to 2000 international students from over 40 different countries. Their English as a Second Language program offers three official start dates per year in January, May and September. The College also has a number of articulation and pathway agreements with Canadian as well as international post-secondary institutions.

    Surrounded by beautiful lakes, rivers, and waterfront landscapes, St. Clair’s campus is located in a safe, clean community, and the provincial government’s latest survey of Ontario colleges reports St. Clair’s Graduate Employer Satisfaction at 91%.

    Thompson Rivers University

    Based in Kamloops, British Columbia, Thompson Rivers University is a different kind of university. TRU is a comprehensive university known for its’ innovative program base and extensive services for international students. TRU quick facts: Founded in 1970 Public government-accredited university One of Canada’s most comprehensive universities 100 academic programs 12,000 domestic students 1,600 international students from more than 80 countries More than 200 exchange partner universities in over 40 countries

    Main Campus:
    Kamloops

    Locations:
    Kamloops

    Student Population:
    24,000
    International Students:
    1,600

    Faculties: Arts, Science, Business & Economics, Human, Social and Educational Development, Law, Nursing, Adventure, Culinary Arts and Tourism, Trades and Technology

    Based in Kamloops, British Columbia, Thompson Rivers University is a different kind of university. TRU is a comprehensive university known for its’ innovative program base and extensive services for international students.

    TRU quick facts:

    • Founded in 1970
    • Public government-accredited university
    • One of Canada’s most comprehensive universities
    • 100 academic programs
    • 12,000 domestic students
    • 1,600 international students from more than 80 countries
    • More than 200 exchange partner universities in over 40 countries

    University of Ontario Institute of Technology

    The University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) is located in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada. Oshawa is in the heart of beautiful Durham Region, which offers a fantastic mix of urban and rural living, all less than an hour from Canada's largest city, Toronto.

    Main Campus:
    Oshawa

    Locations:
    Oshawa

    Student Population:
    10,000+

    Faculties: • Faculty of Business and Information Technology • Faculty of Education • Faculty of Energy Systems and Nuclear Science • Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science • Faculty of Health Sciences • Faculty of Science • Faculty of Social Science and Humanities.

    The University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) is located in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada. Oshawa is in the heart of beautiful Durham Region, which offers a fantastic mix of urban and rural living, all less than an hour from Canada's largest city, Toronto.

    Since opening its doors in 2003, UOIT has quickly grown to more than 10,000 students and attracts hundreds of international students representing more than 80 countries.

    UOIT offers a wide range of college-to-university pathway programs, undergraduate, and graduate degree specializations through its faculties of Business and Information Technology; Education; Energy Systems and Nuclear Science; Engineering and Applied Science; Health Sciences; Science; and Social Science and Humanities.

    The University’s small and tight-knit academic community offers an applied and entrepreneurial focus. All students will have access to information and technologies that keep them connected to their professors and peers, and provide them with the skills demanded by employers. Some programs will receive curriculum-specific and industry-quality software available to be installed on students’ own devices. For all other programs, the university supplies a laptop or tablet with the relevant software pre-installed.

    With more than 300 industry and community partner organizations, the UOIT offers students the opportunity to apply their knowledge and develop transferable skills in real-world settings. These opportunities include Capstone study projects, practicums, placements, co-ops, internships and undergraduate research opportunities.

    The University houses more than 70 specialized research laboratories and facilities. Owned by UOIT, the Automotive Centre of Excellence (ACE) is the first testing and research centre of its kind in Canada, and in many respects the world. As well, the Energy Systems and Nuclear Science Research Centre (ERC) houses UOIT's unique-in-Canada education programs and research in geothermal, hydraulic, hydrogen, natural gas, nuclear, solar, and wind energy technologies. The lab is used to teach problem solving, plant maintenance, risk analysis, implementation of layers of safety measures and so much more. The effect of any action on the system can be observed in real time using the simulation, giving the user the experience of being at a real nuclear power plant.

    University of Saskatchewan

    • The University of Saskatchewan (uSask) is a member of the U15, a group of the top Canadian research universities. Our main campus, well known for its beauty, is located in the heart of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada and is home to programs ranging from business, law, and arts and science to engineering, medicine and veterinary medicine, along with many others. Study at uSask is enhanced by our world-class facilities, including the Canadian Light Source synchrotron, VIDO-InterVac, the Global Institute for Food Security, the Global Institute for Water Security and the Sylvia Fedoruk Centre for Nuclear Innovation.

    Main Campus:
    Saskatoon

    Locations:
    Saskatoon

    Student Population:
    21,441

    Faculties: Agriculture and Bioresources, Arts and Science, Business, Dentistry, Education, Engineering, Kinesiology, Law, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy and Nutrition, Physical Therapy, Veterinary Medicine

    Due in part to the high quality of research infrastructure, uSask has six areas of special focus: Aboriginal Peoples, agriculture, energy and mineral resources, animal and human health, synchrotron science and water security. In addition to having the opportunity to work and study at one of Canada’s top research universities, our students, faculty, researchers and staff enjoy a high level of support typical of a smaller university, creating an environment that inspires collaboration, innovation and discovery.

    With the option to study at locations across Saskatchewan, more than 23,000 people from around the world, including more than 2,600 self-declared Aboriginal students, study at uSask, and our more than 150,000 alumni are spread across the globe. Our graduates, recognized for their work ethic, resourceful nature and determination, will continue to build on our history of success to address the world’s challenges now and in the future.

    University of Saskatchewan

    Founded in 1974, the University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) is a public institution located in the beautiful Fraser Valley in the city of Abbotsford, only an hour outside of Vancouver.

    Main Campus:
    Abbotsford

    Locations:
    Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Mission, Hope and Agassiz, and a growing presence in Chandigarh, India

    Student Population:
    16,000+

    Faculties: • Arts • Applied and Technical Studies • Health Sciences • Professional Studies • Science • Graduate Studies

    Founded in 1974, the University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) is a public institution located in the beautiful Fraser Valley in the city of Abbotsford, only an hour outside of Vancouver.

    UFV is home to 16,000 students of which over 1200 are international students from over 60 different countries. Conditional admission for students requiring additional English Language training is available through UFV’s English as Second Language program. The University also offers a comprehensive selection of co-op programs in Arts, Business Administration, Computer Information Systems, Criminal Justice, General Studies, Library and Information Technology, and Science.

    Popular academic specialities include Engineering, Business, Robotics, Aviation, Agricultural Sciences, Data Analysis, Computer Information Systems, Economics, Psychology, Kinesiology and more.

    University of Windsor

    The University of Windsor has a long history of excellence in Canadian education. Through over 200 engineering, business, science and arts, accredited undergraduate, graduate and PhD programs, UWindsor provides an exceptional Canadian degree that is right for you.