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Established in 1967, Sheridan is a suburban college in Oakville, Ontario, with secondary campuses in Brampton and Mississauga. It is a polytechnic institute which grants diplomas and degrees, and also... Read more
Founded in 1970, King's University College is a Christian, faith-based liberal arts university in the heart of Edmonton, Alberta. It is a member of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities ... Read more
Campion College is a federated college. In Canada, these schools operate as distinct institutions inside, or alongside, larger public universities. Because of this, they maintain their own curriculum ... Read more
Established in 1913, Luther College is a unique one hundred-year old institution. It is both a high school and a federated college to the University of Regina, which means that while it cannot confer ... Read more
Located at the main University of Manitoba campus in Winnipeg, ICM acts as a pathway college for international students to enter the University of Manitoba. It offers academic upgrading, language scho... Read more
Canada's only female university-level college, Brescia was founded in 1919 by the Ursuline Sisters of Chatham, a Catholic ecumenical group committed to social justice, community service and the develo... Read more
Huron University College — often referred to as Huron College — is an affiliated college of the University of Western Ontario (UWO, or simply Western). In Canada, these schools operate as distinct ins... Read more
This primarily liberal-arts, Christian institution has five degree programs and a large number of graduate or professional programs. Its approximately 3,300 students enjoy small class sizes and person... Read more
Established in 1967, Algonquin College is a post-secondary technical college with three campuses in Ottawa, Perth and Pembroke. Algonquin is a member of Polytechnics Canada, a partnership between publ... Read more
This applied arts and technology college in Sudbury, Ontario, is the largest in northern Ontario, with more than 4,400 full-time students in 90 full-time programs. Cambrian prides itself largely on vo... Read more
With its roots as a subsidiary of Sudbury's Cambrian College, Canadore College became an independent institution in 1972. The school is an applied arts and technology institution with around 60 diplom... Read more
Centennial College is the oldest publicly-funded college in Ontario. It is also known as one of the most diverse institutions in Canada, with almost 100 ethno-cultural groups and nearly 80 languages s... Read more
Humber College is a comprehensive applied technology school, offering over 120 programs to some 27,000 full time students. The college is spread over three campuses in the Toronto area, which allows ... Read more
Canada's only inter-provincial college, Lakeland serves two prairie provinces: Alberta and Saskatchewan. While its roots are firmly planted in agricultural studies, the institution is becoming increas... Read more
Situated approximately two hours east of Toronto, in the city of Belleville, is Loyalist College. Another satellite campus is located in Bancroft, Ontario. Loyalist College offers more than 60 full-ti... Read more
The Northern Alberta Institute of Technology is an Applied Science and polytechnic institute, with campuses in Calgary, Edmonton, and St Albert, Alberta. NAIT is the largest apprenticeship institute i... Read more
NorQuest College is a mid-sized college — with about 4,500 full-time students — located in Edmonton, Alberta. Its primary focus is preparatory and career-oriented with a number of diplomas and certifi... Read more
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Olds College is a public post-secondary school in Alberta established in 1913. While it has over 30 programs in fields as diverse as fashion and business, many will be attracted to the school for its ... Read more
Red Deer College does its part to maintain a community feel on campus. Class sizes are small, and the school's recruitment efforts to attract more international and out-of-province students are beginn... Read more
Seneca is a leading college in Ontario, Canada. With seven faculties spread across 10 campuses over the GTA (Greater Toronto Area) this polytechnic college of applied arts and technology is Canada's l... Read more