Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, was established in 1838, and has a long history of academic excellence and innovation. You enter a world of possibility as you walk into Acadia campus.
Algonquin College of Applied Arts and Technology
Algonquin’s organizational ideology is defined by its mission, vision and core values.Ninety percentage of graduates have jobs within six months of graduation
Our College has a large community of over 11,000 learners, through over 4,100 students in 80 full-time services, more than 7,000 students in nearly 900 part-time programs and courses across three campus sites in northern Ontario: Sudbury, Espanola, and Little Current / Manitoulin Island.
Even before the opening of Canadore College in 1967, we have taken pride in creating the best possible learning environment and are the college of choice for students from all over the province and around the globe.
Cape Breton University
We are pushing the boundaries of innovation and thought leadership at Cape Breton University to create a permanent academic experience and establish a solid future for our Island.
At CapU you will find all that you need to be successful. We’ll be there from the moment you arrive on campus to support you every step of the way. Classes at CapU have an average of 25 students, and every student in a class can receive individual support and attention from our instructors.
Centennial College is the first community college to be established in Ontario.It serves the east portion of the Greater Toronto Area mainly across five campuses and seven satellite locations. Our college is best known for its record of excellent teaching, creative programming and comprehensive building partnerships.
Coast Mountain College
Coast Mountain College, formerly Northwest Community College (NWCC), is an authorized post-secondary institution serving BC ‘s beautiful northwest region’s rich and diverse communities and learners.
College of New Caledonia
The College of New Caledonia has been serving the needs of students in the Central Interior of B.C. since 1969—and including B.C. Vocational school, starting in 1962. The region around the College is about 117,500 sq. Km. Km. The population today reaches 148,000 (or 12 percent of the province).
College of the Rockies
Situated in southeastern BC’s Kootenay Rocky Mountains, we offer you lifestyle and learning opportunities that match our spectacular setting. Cranbrook is where our Main Campus and Gold Creek Campus are. In Creston, Fernie, Golden, Invermere and Kimberley we also have regional campuses which offer unique programs and courses.