1. Centennial College

Established as Toronto’s first public college in 1966, Centennial College offers more than 95 diploma and certificate programs in business, communications, community and health studies, science and engineering technology, general arts, hospitality and transportation. These career-oriented programs emphasize practical experience with laboratory learning, industry and agency placements, as well as co-op education. Students also prepare for college and university through the General Arts and Science program, and English language training.

  1. Humber College

Humber College is one of Canada’s largest community college with 27,000 full time students. The college is located in Toronto. It is a member of Polytechnics Canada and offers a broad range of career focused credentials, including bachelor degrees, diplomas and certificates.

Humber offers more than 150 programs including: bachelor’s degree, diploma, certificate, post-graduate certificate. The nearest air port is Toronto Pearson International Airport (11 mints).

It has Affiliations from CCAA (Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association), ACCC(Association of Canadian Community Colleges ), AUCC(Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada), CBIE(Canadian Bureau for International Education), Polytechnics Canada. Scholarship is available.

  1. George Brown College

George Brown has three main campuses, all located in Canada’s largest city, Toronto. The college works closely with industry leaders to ensure programs are evolving and providing students with the technical and people skills required in the workplace. In 2011, the college was rated as producing graduates with the skills employers in the Greater Toronto Area value most.

George Brown College offers a wide variety of programs in art and design, business, community services, early childhood education, construction and engineering technologies, health sciences, hospitality and culinary arts, preparatory studies, as well as specialized programs and services for recent immigrants and international students. Degree programs are approved by the Ontario Post- secondary Education Quality Assessment Board. College is member of Association of Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology of Ontario, Association of Canadian Community Colleges.

  1. Seneca College

Located in Toronto, Seneca offers full-time, part-time and continuing education options. It specializes in programs relating to technology, business, financial services and applied arts. The college has partnerships with industry leaders and believes education should be flexible and accessible.

Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology is a public community college for applied arts and technology in Toronto, Ontario. Seneca College is a member of Polytechnics Canada. It was established in 1967. The college offers over 140 career specialized 4 year Bachelor degrees, 2 ands 3 year diplomas and a growing number of 1 year post-graduate programs in the areas of Technology, Bio- Technology, International Business, Marketing, Accounting, Brand Management, Project Management, Event Management, Computer Sciences, Engineering, Travel, Hospitality, Spa Management, Fashion, Digital & Animation Multimedia, plus many others

  1. Red River College

Named as one of the best colleges in the Manitoba province and located in Winnipeg, Red River is consistently expanding and growing. The college has more than 30,000 students and 200 programs. It is the provinces largest institute of applied learning and boasts a 95% graduate employment rate.

College is located in Winnipeg, Manitoba. It is a Public College. It is the Manitoba’s largest institute for Applied Research Work with its major programs.

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