Athabasca University is a Canadian institution of higher learning, located in Athabasca, Alberta. It was established in 1970, and is an accredited research university. It is known with the fact that it provides the opportunity to professionals to finish undergraduate, graduate, and certificate programs – the school has been chosen by Canadian athletes, politicians, and broadcasters because of the flexibility of the courses it offers.
The programs that the university offers are extremely varied, and range from Arts to Nursing; they are taught in English, but some are provided in French... See full description.
Carleton University is a comprehensive university, located in the capital of Canada, Ottawa. The Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs within the school takes care of the academic activities of all graduate students at Carleton. It defines and administers regulations for over 100 graduate programs, but shares responsibility for graduate studies with graduate departments and schools. Its office provides advice and support to students pertaining to registration, awards, thesis preparation, admission, orientation, teaching and research assistantships, and more.
The groundwork of Concordia University was laid down in 1974 by merging Loyola College and Sir George Williams University. Concordia University is located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Concordia has two campuses: Sir George William campus near downtown and Loyola campus in the residential area of Notre Dame-de-Grace. The four major departments in Concordia are Arts & Science, Engineering & Computer Science, Fine Arts and the School of Business (John Molson) which covers more than 180 undergraduate programs. There is an option of co-operative component in many courses which allows students... See full description.
Conestoga College was founded as a small community college in 1967, since when it has grown to become one of Canada’s most respected polytechnic institutes. It offers a full array of educational and training programs – from short courses to four-year degrees, combined with research activities contributing to the innovation of southern Ontario. The main campus of the university is in Kitchener (Doon); there is also the Waterloo campus, which has formed as a centre of excellence for skilled trades and culinary training. Furthermore, The Guelph campus has evolved to become a provincial... See full description.
Connestoga College is one of Canada’s top polytechnic universities, founded back in 1967 as a small community college. Its main campus is located in Kitchener (Doon), offering a wide pool of courses – ranging from short ones to full four-year degrees in Business, Engineering, Health & Life Sciences, Media & Design, and so on.
The institution is ranked among the best colleges in Ontario, for which reason it is not surprising that about 89 percent of graduates find employment within six months of graduation. It has also started the development of a new campus with the support of the... See full description.
Devry Institute of Technology is situated in Calgary (east of downtown). The institute offers degrees in fields like business management, computer forensics, computer information systems, web development, engineering technology and networking. DIT also offers various online courses with complete flexibility for students to pursue studies according to their needs. In addition, a 4-year undergraduate program can be completed within 3 years through accelerated learning at DIT. The computer engineering technology (CET) and electronics technology (EET) programs are endorsed by the Canadian... See full description.
Lethbridge College is located in Alberta, Canada – 1 hour away from the US border, and 1.5 hours away from the Rocky Mountains. The school prides itself with the quality of the English language programs it offers, and stresses that they fully cover all four communicative skills – reading, writing, listening, and speaking. The classes are small, with availability of all learning levels – from beginner to advanced. Furthermore, the language center organizes a number of trips, a variety of extra activities, as well as academic and career counseling services. All participants have the... See full description.
Canada’s University of Manitoba, located in the Province of the same name, has, for more than 135 years, delivered life-changing learning experiences for its students, has conducted world-class research and shared their knowledge and discovery to shape the province, the country of Canada and the world as a whole.
The University of Manitoba is located on Treaty One territory, on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe peoples and the homeland of the Metis Nation. The University and the Forks of the City of Winnipeg sit at the crossroads of the Anishinaabe, Metis, Cree, Dakota and... See full description.
Vancouver Island University is an educational institution in USA, which history dates back to 1936. It is a dynamic, internationally known center of learning and applied research, aiming to contribute to the local society and economy with its innovativeness. VIU consists of four campuses - a main campus in Nanaimo and regional campuses in Duncan, Powell River and Parksville Qualicum. Currently the institution educates 18,000 full-and part-time learners, including 1100 international students, over 1000 aboriginal students. The range of programs and learning opportunities provided to... See full description.
Located in Toronto, Ontario, the most populous city and province of Canada, respectively, York University is a higher education institution that is helping to shape the global thinkers and the wisdom that will define tomorrow’s leaders and the future, not just in Canada but in the world as a whole.
York University is Canada's third largest university, boasting a commitment to excellence which reflects a rich diversity of perspectives and a strong sense of social responsibility that sets the school apart.
A degree from York University empowers graduates to thrive in... See full description.