COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
A College diploma is your fast and reliable way to get a job
and permanent residency in Canada.
What you should know before choosing the college in Canada:
Only graduates from publicly funded colleges are eligible for a Post-Graduate Work Permit
There is no official ranking system for colleges in Canada, so none of them are more “prestigious” than the others
All publicly funded colleges in Canada provide a high quality education, but may differ in specialization, tuition fee, and the services they provide to their students
CanStart helps you choose the best program
to take you where you want to go.
Centennial College (Toronto,Ontario) - This college has variety of in-demand programs in the applied sciences and engineering. It also offers flexible English for Academic Purpose Program that you may take parallel to your professional program (conditions applied). Home of a rare two-year post-graduate program in Business Management.
Fanshawe College (London, Ontario) – This college is located in the “technological triangle” of Canada, the region whether the fist technological innovations, like Blackberry, were introduced to the world. Recently, the region has been experiencing another phase of revitalization because of many Toronto companies are moving their offices to the London-Waterloo- Guelf region. If you are interested in jobs in information technology, engineering or business management, this is a goof place to start. In addition, Fanshawe College has the best adaption program for international students. You will feel lie home immediately.
George Brown College (Toronto,Ontario) - Choose George Brown and Toronto becomes your playground! Located in the heart of the Financial and Entertainment districts, George Brown College has long-standing relationships with the best employers in the leading sectors of Canadian economy - Financial Services, Hospitality, Information Technology, and Health Care. If this is your career path, then George Brown is your school! Home of the best Culinary School in North America.
Humber College (Toronto, Ontario) - This is the only college that offers an entry scholarships to international students. If you have an excellent academic record from your high school and apply to the Bachelor Degree program, you have a chance to receive from $500 to $1,500 CAD. Humber is a home of unique two-year post-graduate programs in Business Management and Informational Technologies.
Niagara College (Welland, Ontario)- Located in the Niagara Region, our Canadian California, this college offers many programs in agriculture and wine making in additional to the traditional menu of professions in informational technology, engineering and business. For those who want to be at the edge of the progress, we would recommend to consider the Photonic Engineering program, the only such program offered in Canada.
Seneca College (Toronto, Ontario) - This college has the largest number of Diploma programs that are connected to the Bachelor Degree programs at York University. If your goal is university education, Seneca is a good start. Home to a recognized Aviation Program.
Sheridan College (Oakville, Ontario)- This college is on its way to become a university. You may start your study at a college and graduate at a university. One of the best schools for digital media and animation in North America. It is your real chance to find employment in Silicon Valley or Hollywood.
Brandon University (Brandon, Manitoba) - A small university located about 120 km from Winnipeg. Take advantage of an affordable tuition fee (about $9,000 CAD/year) and an impressive 1 to 11 professor to student ratio that allows to easier adaptation and higher academic achievements. Tolerant immigration policy of the Province of Manitoba, makes your study at Brandon a great investment in your future. A home of the best School of Music in Canada.
Brock University (Niagara Falls, Ontario) - This university offers a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) Degree program that is designed specifically for international students. You do not need to write the GMAT and have the opportunity to take additional English classes as you study. This is an excellent choice for those who have an undergraduate degree and want to improve their career options.