Canadian Colleges

Canadian Colleges

Established in May 1966, Centennial College became Ontario’s first college and it is leading the Ontario college system by marking its 50th anniversary. In its five campuses which are home to eight schools in Ontario, Centennial provides broad range of programs to students.

While Ashtonbee Campus is a home to Transportation, Advancement, and selected Community and Health studies programs, Eglinton Learning Site is the location where the School of Advancement's English Language Learning program is offered. In its Morningside Campus students are enrolled at Community and Health Studies, and selected Engineering Technology and Applied Science programs. Corporate Communications – Public Relations programs are offered at Centennial’s Pickering Learning Site. Its Progress Campus is the home to Business, Hospitality, Tourism and Culture, and selected Engineering Technology and Applied Science and Community and Health Studies programs. Story Arts Centre awaits students who want to study Communications, Media and Design programs.

For more information please visit: http://www.centennialcollege.ca/

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Providing more than 125 full-programs in its seven campuses and encompassing a total area of 21,000 square kilometres, Georgian college is located in some of the most sought-after areas in Central Ontario. Its campuses in Barrie, Midland, Muskoka, Orangeville, Orillia, Owen Sound and South Georgian Bay play important roles in each of those communities, serving as centres for academic, social and cultural activities.

Having state-of-the-art technology in labs, outstanding athletic and fitness programs and equipment, the variety of services available to students including housing, food services, library, health care and more.  

For more information, please visit: http://www.georgiancollege.ca/

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Durham College offers more than 140 full-time programs through its academic departments. In its Oshawa and Whitby campuses Durham college also provide more than 1,500 courses and 50 certificate programs. Local and international students can register at three post-graduate programs as well.

The college’s main goal is to prepare its graduates to find rewarding employments and Durham College has expert faculty with extensive industry experience and leading educational resources.   

For more information, please visit: http://www.durhamcollege.ca/

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Founded in 1967, Sheridan has grown from a local college of 400 students to one of Ontario’s leading postsecondary institutions, educating approximately 22,000 full-time and 18,000 continuing and part-time studies students every year on three campuses in three Ontario cities – Oakville, Brampton and Mississauga.

Sheridan offers more than 120 programs across five faculties, including 25 degree programs. The faculties are Animation, Arts and Design, Pilon School of Business, Applied Science and Technology, Applied Health and Community Studies, Humanities and Social Sciences and Continuing and Professional Studies.

For more information please visit: https://www.sheridancollege.ca

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Mohawk College is a public College of Applied Arts and Technology located in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area of Ontario, Canada. Mohawk serves more than 16,500 students and apprentices and is recognized as a leader in health, technology and skilled trades training and education. The College offers one- and two-year Ontario college diplomas, three-year Ontario college advanced diplomas, one-year Ontario college graduate certificates and four-year collaborative degrees, the latter in association with McMaster University.

For more information please visit: https://www.mohawkcollege.ca/

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