Seneca offers more than an education. With campuses throughout the Greater Toronto Area, Seneca’s size and diversity give students the advantage of partnerships with industry leaders, the latest in hands-on computer technology, a variety of class sizes, and full-time, part-time and continuing education options. Education should be flexible and accessible, so Seneca also employs various method of teaching– from in-class lectures and online…

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Academic learning with practical experience. Industry connections. Award-winning faculty and students. A broad range of credentials – four-year degrees, diplomas, certificates, postgraduate certificates, apprenticeships. 150 programs in 40 areas of study and eight academic schools. State-of-the-art labs and classrooms. Three campuses. Student residences. More than 80 student clubs. The highest application…

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Deciding where to pursue your post-secondary education is one of the most important decisions you’ll make. George Brown College helps you develop the technical skills needed to get the job done and the people skills employers tell us they expect when looking to hire new graduates.George Brown works closely with industry partners to ensure our programs meet the needs of both students and employers. Humber emphasizes hands-on…

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Why Choose Canada

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Why Choose College in Canada

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Canada Offers a World of Opportunities.

  • CANADIAN COLLEGES PROVIDE A FIRST CLASS EDUCATION WITH GLOBAL IMPACT

    Being accepted into a Canadian college gives you unparalleled opportunities for a first class education. Canadian colleges have state of the art facilities, small class sizes and students benefit from direct interaction with professors with real world experience. Canadian colleges are internationally recognized for the quality of their programs as well as the extensive range including Agricultural and Bio-Resources, Business Technology, Health Care and Computer Science. They also have programs in Culinary Arts, Travel and Hospitality, Natural and Applied Sciences, Nursing, Public Administration, and Trades and Apprenticeship programs.

  • CANADA IS ONE OF THE TOP TEN COUNTRIES TO STUDY, WORK AND LIVE

    Canada is considered one of the best places in the world to study, work, and live. Since 1994, the United Nations has consistently ranked Canada as one of the top ten countries to live in. Canadians enjoy a high life expectancy, a low crime rate and an excellent education system. Canada is safe, vibrant and beautiful. Its medical facilities and health insurance program assure all Canadians and new immigrants of quality health care. With 42 national park and reserves, Canada is committed to preserving the natural beauty of the country.

  • CANADA WELCOMES IMMIGRANTS FROM AROUND THE WORLD

    Canada embraces its diverse populations whospeak hundreds of languages, enhance their communities with rich cultural traditions and proudly call Canada home.

  • CANADA HAS A THRIVING ECONOMY

    A robust economy translates to increasing employment opportunities in many sectors including technology, services and manufacturing. Students can apply for work visas and work while in college. After graduation, students who have completed a three-year program can apply for a three-year open work visa if they continue to work in their field of study.

  • CANADA OFFERS A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO STUDENTS TO APPLY FOR PERMANENT RESIDENCY

    After work experience, students can apply to be permanent residents under the Canadian Experience Class. As permanent residents, students can get a university degree at the same rates of Canadian citizen, resulting in significant savings.FAS-T Education Consulting has developed a process to show you how this works.

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