A wide variety of programs, small class sizes, and plenty of hands-on learning: these are some of the reasons that students from all across Canada choose to come to Prince Edward Island’s community college, Holland College. The college offers more than 60 programs in a wide variety of areas including culinary, policing, marine training, applied sciences and engineering technology, trades and industrial technology, health and community services, communications and media studies, computer studies, business studies, sport and leisure studies, performing arts, and tourism in 13 campuses and centres across the province. Holland College has 90+ degree pathways with universities and institutes across the country and around the world.
- 97% of our graduates are employed one year after graduation.
- About 35% of our students are from out of province. 65% of our graduates remain in the province, many of them are students who came from out of province.
- Why are we called Holland College, if we’re in P.E.I.? Holland College is named after Samuel Holland, a highly-esteemed 18th century surveyor who had strong ties to P.E.I.
- Every year, deserving Holland College students receive more than $500,000 in scholarships, awards, and bursaries.