Cambrian College in Sudbury, Ontario, has been a leading postsecondary institution in Northern Ontario since its first classes were held in 1967.
Centennial College (CC), established in 1966, is Ontario’s first community college and primarily serves the eastern part of the greater Toronto Area.
The College of New Caledonia (CNC) was set up in 1969 to serve the residents of the central interior of BC. The main campus is in Prince George and there are also campuses in Burns Lake, Mackenzie, Quesnel and Vanderhoof. Students may select from a wide range of health, social science, technology, trade, university transfer, adult special education and basic education programs. The college works with the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC) to enable students to build upon college studies and obtain university degrees.
Conestoga is one of Ontario’s fastest growing colleges and a leader in polytechnic education. Our career-focused education programs – from apprenticeships to diplomas, degrees to post-graduate certificates, continuing education and part-time studies – all reflect changing job market and will help you build the skills and knowledge that today’s employers are seeking.
Our project-based learning model provides the hands-on experience that will prepare you for success in a wide range of potential careers – in business and hospitality, skilled trades, engineering and information technology, health and life sciences, community services or media and design.
You’ll learn from faculty with experience in their fields, and practice your skills in leading-edge facilities equipped to today’s industry standards. You’ll have opportunities to participate in applied research and develop solutions for real-world industry clients.
Confederation College is a culturally diverse, close-knit community of individuals, delivering exceptional education and training to an average of 7,800 combined full and part-time students per year.
Sutherland Campus in Peterborough is Fleming’s main campus, with programs in Business, Hospitality, Health and Wellness, Community Development, Law and Justice, Trades and Technology and General Arts and Sciences.
Georgian College is a powerful place, helping people from all walks of life to grow, thrive and succeed by delivering quality educational experiences that prepare them for meaningful careers.
Lambton College has a reputation for training skilled and talented graduates for various industries and continuously works to align programs and training with the evolving needs of employers. Located in the heart of Sarnia-Lambton’s booming energy sector, Lambton College’s world-class Centres of Excellence are renowned for their ability to deliver relevant, career-focused education to support growing demands in the areas of Energy & Bio-Industrial Technology, and Fire & Public Safety.
Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology provides secondary and post-secondary students with applied skills training for careers in Health Care and Human Services, Information and Business Technology, and Skilled Trades.
Selkirk College was established in 1966 and is a fully accredited public post-secondary institution that offers access to a wide variety of university courses and career directed programs. We are located in the welcoming, safe communities of Castlegar and Nelson, British Columbia, a short one hour flight from Vancouver. Students may complete the first two years of a university degree in the humanities or sciences, or study a complete diploma in Digital Media, Business, Accounting, Hotel Management, Social Service Work, Early Childhood Education, Geomatics, and many more. Selkirk offers very competitive tuition rates and quality, personalized education. We also offer an intensive, academic English Language Program as preparation for academic studies.