Canadore College

North Bay, Ontario, Canada

Canadore College was founded in 1967 as a campus of Cambrian College of Sudbury. It got an independent status in 1972. It has a lush green campus of 650 acres. The Canadore College has 8 campuses namely Aviation Campus, Commerce Court Campus, College Drive Campus, West Parry Sound Campus and including four urban campuses in Stanford Scarborough Campus, Stanford Mississauga Campus, Stanford Brampton Campus and Stanford Toronto Campus. Students can choose from volleyball, soccer, ice hockey or even cricket. Canadore truly represents the rich sports culture of Canada. Canadore has one of the highest graduation rates in Ontario

Students from 15 different countries come to study in Canadore. It offers more than 80+ courses in many disciplines like aviation, health, business management, law and justice and many more. Ontario has a measurement system to grade colleges by how well they perform in meeting the expectations of students as well as the Industry. They are called KPI’S (key performance indicators). Canadore College has a graduate employment rate of 76%, employee satisfaction of 100% and student satisfaction of 79% which is higher than the average for all colleges in the Ontario State. The college has its own Job portal to assist students in Placement. 5600 students study in the campus simultaneously.

Canadore College has more than 46,000 alumni spread all across the world; it churns out more than 1,000 graduates every year. Canadore has a strong alumni network. Famous personalities like Susan hay (Making difference fame), Kevin Frankish(breakfast television host), Bryce Hallett(animator), Lorraine Rekmans (politician from the green party ), Derek Elliot (politician from libertarian part), Dana Hauser(first female chef of Fairmont) have graduated from Canadore College. Its employee Terry Thomason was given the informer business intelligence award for software he developed in North Carolina.

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On-campus Accommodation



College provides guaranteed on campus accommodation to all first year students

College has three residences that accommodate students, they are of two types:


Apartment style type

All residences provide single rooms allowing applicants to have their very own space

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Living expenses description

7110(Accommodation)/ 2200(Residence Meal plan)

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Off-campus Accommodation


Details for off-campus

The average rent is 550 to 650 CAD/month

The residence type includes studio apartments, 3 bedroom apartments, 4 bedroom apartments and shared apartments

The apartments are fully furnished with free Hi-speed WIFI and central air-conditioning facility

The student residences comprise of a secured entrance, video surveillance, and individual thermostats

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Great Plain College

Great Plains College is at the leading edge of Saskatchewan’s regional college system. The college is focused on meeting the needs of learners, employers and communities in western Saskatchewan. We are working to build stronger leaders, careers, partnerships and communities.

Our decentralized campuses are located in Kindersley, Swift Current and Warman with additional programming at locations in Biggar, Maple Creek, Martensville and Rosetown. Throughout our locations in western Saskatchewan, we offer a number of post-secondary certificate, diploma and degree programs as well as university courses, safety training, Adult Basic Education and English language training.

The college strives to provide for the distinct needs of our service area by challenging everyone to continually build a responsive, innovated and results-orientated institution. As a result, Great Plains College was the first regional college in Saskatchewan to introduce a health and dental plan for its students and also proudly boasts one of the strongest scholarship programs in all of Canada.

The college is also home to:

  1. The only indoor fall protection and rig rescue tower in the province
  2. SunDogs volleyball – the only athletics program in Saskatchewan’s regional college system
  3. A recently-completed $13.5 million renovation and expansion at Swift Current Campus


Great Lakes College

The Great Lakes College of Toronto is a certified Private High School located in downtown Toronto, Canada. Established in 1978, our school has developed expertise in educating international high school and post-secondary students throughout the past 40 years. We specialize in preparing our students for entrance into North American universities and colleges, as well as assisting students with learning English as a second language. GLCT is known for our “Personalized Education Program” in which we aim to meet the various needs of all our unique students.

To date, universities in Canada, the United States and throughout the world have accepted over 10,000 of our graduates. In recent years, 90+% of our graduates have been admitted to universities. Our students consistently receive Ontario and Canadian academic awards, as well as university entrance scholarships. This high record of success reflects the professional commitment and personalized touch that has become a trademark of The Great Lakes College of Toronto.

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