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1. Centennial College
Centennial College is Ontario’s first public college, established in 1966. The college has gone through a huge transformation over the past 50 years, becoming one of the most culturally diverse institutions in Canada. Today, Centennial College is one of the most chosen institutes amongst international students.
With five campuses and seven specialised academic schools, Centennial offers more than 160 diploma, degree and graduate programmes in Business; Engineering Technology and Applied Science; Communications, Media, Arts and Design; Health and Community Studies; Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts; and Transportation. These programmes promote experiential learning with laboratory instruction, co-op education and industry placements.
The College has hosted over 40,000 international students, and is currently holding 24,000 full-time students, including 9000 international students from 134 countries. Students can choose from flexible courses, which are structured based on industry requirements; students are highly benefited by the job-aligned courses at Centennial. Also 94% of employers are either satisfied or very satisfied with Centennial graduates.
Many Centennial programmes provide eligibility for designations from Canadian professional associations, and industry connections help students network with employers. The college has almost 800 Program Advisory Committees (PAC) member organisations, including Air Canada, IBM, Microsoft, Samsung, Facebook, Salesforce, Canadian Press, Globe and Mail, Mazda, Harley Davidson and Sun Life Financial Inc.
The College’s Centre of Entrepreneurship earned a national award for its service excellence, owing to its contribution towards small businesses, serving many students and the local community. Centennial abides by its principle of ‘educating students for career success’ and prepares students for a global marketplace.
2. Saskatchewan Polytechnic
A proud member of Polytechnics Canada, Saskatchewan Polytechnics is a research-intensive post-secondary higher education institution. It is the only Polytechnic Institution in the Saskatchewan province in Canada. Students at Sask Polytech are prepared to face the global workplace. They receive one-to-one attention from teachers, and become part of a vast international network.
Effective peer-to-peer learning is what shapes students. In addition to that, hands-on learning opportunities are at the core of every course or program students choose to study at the institute. Students benefit from the institution’s academic partnerships all over the world. The course curricula are designed keeping in mind industry needs, and strong ties with leading industries and organisations help in fetching adequate funds to support research and develop skills on campus.
The graduates of Saskatchewan are well recognised, with 97% of employers being happy with their performances. The institution has always focused conducting research that addresses real-world challenges. The institute also awards $2 million annually to students.
Organised into four campuses – Moose Jaw, Regina, Prince Albert and Saskatoon – Sask Polytech serves over 28,000 students and offers more than 150 certificate, diploma and degree programs for students. There are 10 schools at the institution, classified based on two ideas: Economic Sector Schools that drive businesses and industries and Public Sector Schools that drive the economy and society.
Students can access a wide variety of amenities at Saskatchewan Polytechnic; they can also mix with a community of like-minded people through various student clubs. Services to take care of the health and well-being of students are always available on campus. In addition, the career services team assists students in finding early employment or meeting potential employers from leading industries.
3. University of Calgary
5. Conestoga College