George Brown College’s partnership with the University of Toronto Aerospace Team (UTAT) allows George Brown students to get hands-on experience manufacturing aerospace products, and the UTAT team has world-class machinists working on their projects.
Collège Communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick (CCNB) is part of the prestigious ERDI (Empowering Regional Development and Innovations) program. Together with Université de Moncton, the college works to promote regional development and employability.
The University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC) Masters of Education program, offered on the Grande Prairie Regional College campus, is focused on educational leadership in a northern and rural environment.
Nova Scotia Community College and Mount Saint Vincent University have articulation agreements that allow students across Nova Scotia to begin their post-secondary education close to home with lots of support at one of the many NSCC campuses across the province and to then complete a university degree in Halifax.
Red River College, Université St. Boniface, the University of Manitoba, Brandon University, and the University of Winnipeg have teamed up to sponsor student refugees seeking a Canadian post-secondary education.
The British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) and Simon Fraser University (SFU) are delivering Canada’s first master’s program in Ecological Restoration, combining BCIT’s technical and experiential knowledge with SFU’S basic science and community engagement expertise to restore damaged ecosystems.
Camosun College‘s Technology Access Centre (CTAC) and University of Victoria‘s Centre of Aerospace Research (CfAR) collaborate on the development of unmanned aerial vehicles through engineering design, prototyping and manufacturing and student test flights of newly developed prototypes.
Saskatchewan Polytechnic and the University of Regina have launched an online Collaborative Nurse Practitioner Program (CNPP) where students can obtain their Master of Nursing while studying in their home communities.
Cape Breton University’s MBA in Community Economic Development is being delivered at Centennial College in Scarborough. Centennial’s Signature Learning Experience and the MBA program offer students an experience that advances both community and global socioeconomic goals.
Nicola Valley Institute of Technology (NVIT) and University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) created a training program designed shift away from an accommodation model to educate staff and faculty about how disabilities have an impact on learning, and the benefits of curriculums with universal design principles.
The University Partnership Centre at Georgian College supports more than 550 articulation and transfer agreements with 48 institutions across the world. Students experience the best of both college and university education programming.
The University of Regina’s Certificate of Social Work program delivered at Aurora College is focused on local social issues, cultural groups, and delivery systems which makes a positive contribution to the educational and professional development of Canada’s northern population.