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.
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.
St. Michaels University School is a private Canadian co-educational, independent day and boarding school. The school was founded in 1906, and is currently accredited by Canadian Accredited Independent Schools (CAIS), the national accrediting body for Canadian independent schools. It educates 930 students from kindergarten to Grade 12. The main purpose of St. Michaels University School is to help students achieve their full academic potential in an environment which stimulates their character and personality. They offer 24 subjects, some of which are Environmental Science, French Language,... 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.