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June 20, 2019

Six Nations Polytechnic

Six Nations Polytechnic is a unique postsecondary organization, recognized by community, government, and institutions of higher learning, as a Centre of Excellence for Indigenous Knowledge. Established in Canada’s most populous First Nation there is no other place where you can invest your time to acquire skills that lead to employment as well as learn about the history, culture and philosophy of Indigenous peoples of the region. Choose Six Nations Polytechnic to study alongside others who believe in Ga’nigohi:yo:/Kanikoriio (Respect and the Good Mind) values and learn together to build a positive future.
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November 28, 2016

Sheridan College

Sheridan College is one of Canada’s leading postsecondary institutions, serving over 23,000 full time students at four campuses in the western Greater Toronto Area. We offer over 120 diploma, certificate, and bachelor degree programs in the fields of arts, business, community service, health, technology and the skilled trades. Sheridan’s faculty, staff, programs, students have garnered many national and provincial awards of excellence, while our alumni include a long list of nominees and winners of Academy Awards, Emmy Awards, Canadian Screen Awards and Annie Awards. Our vision is to become Ontario’s first undergraduate teaching university – one that is dedicated to... Read more
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June 15, 2016

Kenjgewin Teg Educational Institute (KTEI)

KTEI is an Aboriginal-owned and controlled post-secondary institution at M’Chigeeng First Nation on Mnidoo Mnising Manitoulin Island in northern Ontario. KTEI is governed by eight member First Nations and its Board of Directors consists of representatives from each member First Nation. KTEI provides educational opportunities to its member population and to students in the surrounding area. KTEI delivers post-secondary programs approved by the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities. KTEI offers college and university accredited programs (certificates, apprenticeship, diplomas and degrees) through articulation agreements with public colleges (Cambrian College and Sault College) and universities (Queen University and Laurentian University).... Read more
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February 24, 2016

First Nations Technical Institute

First Nations Technical Institute (FNTI) is an Indigenous owned and controlled educational institute specializing in the design, development and delivery of post-secondary programs in partnership with established Ontario colleges and universities. FNTI, a registered Charitable Organization, is accredited by the World indigenous Nations Higher Education Consortium, and is a member of the Ontario Aboriginal Institutes Consortium. Over 3,000 Learners have graduated from FNTI’s post-secondary certi cate, diploma, degree, and graduate programs since it was founded in 1985. First Nations Technical Institute is an Indigenous institute offering unique educational opportunities aimed at enhancing the capacity and strength of learners and communities.
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November 12, 2015

Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology

Toronto's Seneca College is a public college with campuses throughout the Greater Toronto Area. The institution prides itself on offering more than an education for its students, as it offers partnerships industry leaders, the latest computer technology, a variety of class sizes, and flexible education options. Seneca offers career-focused programs in many high demand professions related to applied arts, business, financial services, and technology. Since its inception in 1967, Seneca has grown to serve 17,000 full-time students and close to 90,000 part-time and continuing education students. It also offers 145 full-time programs and 135 part-time programs, including 14 Bachelor’s degrees.... Read more
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November 12, 2015

Sault College

Sault College is located in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario and aims to provide a transformative life experience through empowering students to think and learn in progressive and innovative ways. The school is proud of its enthusiastic and experienced faculty, small-class sizes that allow for more student and teacher interaction, and supportive learning environment. Sault College was established in 1965, and was originally known as the Sault Ste. Marie Ontario Vocational Centre. It has grown tremendously over the years, adding programs in all disciplines. The school now serves more than 4,500 full time and part time students per year. Sault College... Read more
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November 12, 2015

St. Lawrence College

With more than 85 full-time programs and 10+ apprenticeship training programs on three friendly campuses in Brockville, Cornwall, and Kingston, St. Lawrence College is an integral part of the economic engine and social fabric of Eastern Ontario with a close-knit community of 7,000 full-time students, and more than 82,000 proud alumni. Our program offerings include more than 900 online and continuing education courses that feature full-time and part-time diploma programs, and many personal interest continuing education options. Our collaborative degrees with Laurentian University include the Bachelor of Business Administration and the Bachelor of Science in Nursing. We are also proud... Read more
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November 12, 2015

St. Clair College

Start HERE go anywhere. This is essence of what an education at St. Clair College is all about. It’s the place to start your journey in pursuit of your career and lifelong learning. It’s where you will learn new things, expand your mind, create lasting friendships, experience college life, and most importantly get the skills and knowledge you need to start your career. St. Clair College embraces the very best in a college education - excellence in teaching, applied learning in our state-of-the-art labs, numerous student support services to help you succeed, and an amazing campus life experience. All of... Read more
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November 12, 2015

Northern College

Northern College is a college of applied arts and technology located in Timmins, Ontario. The college serves over 65 communities in Northern Ontario with campuses in Haileybury, Kirkland Lake, Moosonee, and Timmins. Northern is also home to the world-renowned Haileybury School of Mines. The institution has partnerships with 19 universities and 10 colleges, giving students access to 50 specialized programs throughout Canada and abroad. The College receives more than 2,000 full-time students a year, and more than 6,000 part-time and continuing education students. Each Northern College campus features specialized programs and facilities to support students. As an example students from... Read more
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November 12, 2015

Niagara College

Niagara College is one of Ontario’s 24 colleges of applied arts and technology established under the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities. Since opening its doors in 1967 in Welland, Ontario and expanding across the Niagara region and internationally, Niagara College has grown to become a leader in applied education. Areas of specialization include advanced technology, applied health, community safety, media, food and beverage sciences, business, hospitality and tourism, and environment and horticulture, which are supported by unique learning enterprises in food, wine, beer, horticulture, dental, esthetics and hairstyling. Niagara College is recognized as a leader in student satisfaction, consistently... Read more
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