Ontario Colleges

With quality post-secondary programs in different fields of study, Ontario is home to some of the best colleges in Canada. Students and professionals have the option of enrolling in programs from diploma to post-graduate courses.

 Humber College

Humber College is a public college located in Toronto. It is a polytechnic college that was established in 1967, it offers courses from diploma to degree programs. Students also have the option of upgrading their diplomas to degrees by enrolling to this institution. The following are some of the undergraduate bachelor degree programs offered at the college.

  •  Bachelor of Applied Arts
  •  Bachelor of Applied Technology
  •  Bachelor of Child and Youth Care
  •  Bachelor of Commerce
  •  Bachelor of Creative Advertising
  •  Bachelor of  Interior Design
  •  Bachelor of International Development
  •  Bachelor of Journalism
  •  Bachelor of  Music
  •  Bachelor of Nursing
  •  Bachelor of Public Relations

Centennial College

Established in 1966, Centennial College is one of the oldest public colleges in Ontario. With over 30,000 full-time and part-time students, more than 100 programs offered are divided in 8 schools.

  • School of Advancement
  • School of Business
  • School of Communications, Media and Design
  • School of Community and Health Studies
  • School of Continuing Education
  • School of Engineering Technology and Applied Science
  • School of Hospitality, Tourism and Culture
  • School of Transportation

Fleming College

Established in 1967, this is a public non-denominational institution that offers more than 90 post-secondary undergraduate and graduate programs in the following fields of study.

  • Business and Technology
  • Continuing Education and Skilled Trades
  • Environmental and Natural Resource Sciences
  • Visual Arts, Education
  • Health and Wellness
  • Law, Justice and Community Services

George Brown College

This is a public college located in Toronto that was established in 1967.  It offers a variety of programs in preparatory studies, hospitality and culinary arts, business, art and design, community service, early childhood education, construction and engineering technologies and health sciences.

Seneca College

Established in 1976, Seneca College has 10 campuses located around Toronto. They offer courses in the following faculties and schools.

  • Applied Arts & Health Sciences
  • Applied Science & Engineering Technology
  • Business
  • Communication, Art & Design
  • Communication, Art & Design
  • Liberal Arts

Conestoga College

Based in Kitchener, Conestoga College Institute of Technology and Advanced learning is a publicly-funded institution. They offer full-time, apprenticeship and part-time programs for students. The school also offers degree programs in the following areas.

  • Integrated Telecommunications and Computer Technology
  • Architecture
  • Health Informatics
  • International Business Management

Lambton College

Located in Sarnia and established in 1967, this institution offers more than 70 post-secondary degree programs along with part-time training and apprenticeship programs.

Sheridan College

Sheridan College in Oakville was established in 1967. This college offers diploma and degree courses in the following areas.

  • Animation and illustration
  • Music theatre
  • Film and design
  • Business
  • Applied computing
  • Engineering technology
  • Community studies
  • Liberal studies

Located in Kingston, this institution offers post-secondary undergraduate programs in behavioral psychology, business administration and nursing.

Georgian College

Established in 1967, this is a non-denominational college of applied arts and technology. It has three main campuses that offer training and apprenticeship courses as well as undergraduate degree programs.

Fanshawe College

This is a public non-denominational institution founded in 1967. Campuses are located in London, Simcoe, St. Thomas and Woodstock. They offer over a 100 undergraduate and graduate post-secondary programs in the following areas.

  • Applied Science and Technology
  • Building Technology
  • Business and Management
  • Contemporary Media
  • Design
  • Electrical and Electronics
  • Health Sciences and Nursing
  • Human Services
  • Information Technology
  • Manufacturing Technology
  • Preparatory Studies in Language and Liberal Studies
  • Tourism and Hospitality
  • Transportation and Motive Power

Confederation College

This is a provincially-funded institution located in Thunder Bay that focuses on post-secondary undergraduate studies. Established in 1967, the school provides diplomas, certification and degrees.

Niagara College

Established in 1967, this institution has four campuses in Ontario. They offer over 90 post-secondary degrees and certificates in the following programs.

  • Academic Studies
  • Business and Entrepreneurship
  • Continuing Education
  • Health and Community Studies
  • Hospitality and Tourism
  • Information and Media Studies
  • Environment
  • Horticulture and Agribusiness
  • General Studies
  • Technology
  • English as a Second Language

Algonquin College

Established in 1967, this is a Public College of Applied Arts and Technology located in Ottawa. Over 156 college programs, 18 apprenticeship programs, three collaborative degree programs and a number of bachelor degree programs are offered in three campuses.

  • A primary campus in West Ottawa
  • A secondary campus in Perth, Ontario
  • A secondary campus in Pembroke

Durham College

Durham College of Applied Arts and Technology is a public non-denominational institution located in Oshawa. Established in 1967, the school offers full-time, part-time, continuing education, apprenticeship and career development programs in business, health care, information technology, art, design, energy, media, skilled trades, general arts and sciences, justice and emergency services.

Cambrian College

Situated in Sudbury, Cambrian College was established in 1967. They offer full-time programs in the following fields of study.

  • Access and Academic Development
  • Business
  • Communication and Creative Arts
  • Community Services
  • Computer and Engineering Technology
  • Graduate Certificate Programs
  • Health Sciences and Emergency Services
  • Hospitality and Tourism
  • Law and Justice
  • Music Performance
  • Skill and Trades Training

Canadore College

Located in North Bay, this institution was established in 1967. They offer over 80 post-secondary programs in the following areas.

  • Aviation
  • Business
  • Communication Arts
  • Health Sciences
  • Hospitality and Tourism
  • Recreation and Leisure
  • Human Services
  • Information Technology
  • Law and Justice
  • Skilled Trades Apprenticeship
  • Preparatory Studies

Mohawk College

Located in Hamilton and established in 1966, this public institution has four main campuses that offer over 100 apprenticeship and degree programs.

Northern College

Based in Timmins, this college was established in 1967 to offer undergraduate and graduate programs. They offer 23 certificates, one collaborative degree, 18 apprenticeships and 29 diploma programs.

Sault College

This is a public non-denominational college established in 1965. It is known for providing one of the best aviation programs in Canada.

La Cité Collégiale

This is publicly-funded college located in Ottawa uses French as the primary mode of teaching. They offer over 90 training programs in areas of study including courses in administration, arts and design, communications, computers, electronics, forestry and environment, health sciences, hospitality, media, security, social sciences and tourism and travel.

St. Clair College

Established in 1967 and located in Windsor, this institution offers over a hundred diploma, certificate, degree and graduate programs in different fields of study.

Collège Boréa

Established in 1995 in Sudbury, this school offers undergraduate programs focused on areas including technology, media, communications, tourism, community service and administration.

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