Welland, Ontario, Canada
Niagara College was founded in 1967 at Welland to provide more career-oriented courses to students. This was the very first college in Canada to teach brewery and winery. The college had opened the Tourism Industry Development Center (TIDC) to train students in the hospitality and tourism sector as Canada witnessed a swell in tourism.
The college has three active campuses- the Welland Campus, the Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus, and the Taif Campus. The campus at Welland is situated at 100 Niagara College Boulevard. This campus has an activity center, a campus store, a sports center, open computer labs, a cafeteria, and a library. It offers programs in acting for television and film, early childhood education, center for policing and community safety studies, and broadcasting. It has the Niagara Children’s Safety Village and the new Welland YMCA.
The Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus is situated at 135 Taylor Road. It opened in 1998. This campus has the Niagara Waters Spa, dining room, Winery teaching section, and the Niagara Culinary Institute. It also has living labs, field nursery, and onsite greenhouse equipment. Students of Niagara College cultivate various plants around the year that are sold to people and also used to beautify the huge campus. This campus also has a wine sensory laboratory and 3 onsite vineyards.
At the campus in Taif, Saudi Arabia, male citizens can avail courses in culinary studies, hospitality, business, management studies, and tourism. The college has been establishing a ‘national center for excellence’. A special studies program helps to teach students entrepreneurship, English communications, and computers.
Niagara College Canada provides a bachelor’s degree program (International Commerce and Global Development). The college specializes in advanced technology, teaching English as a second language, food and wine sciences, and applied health and community safety. Learning about food, wine, horticulture and aesthetics is also a major part of learning at Niagara College.
Some notable alumni of Niagara College Canada are photographer Edward Burtynsky, politician Shirley Coppen, sportscaster Dan Dunleavy, politician Christel Haeck, politician Peter Kormos, and journalist Bernie McNamee.
International Students Website http://international.niagaracollege.ca/
On campus accommodation
College provides on campus housing facility to it’s students
College also offer dining plan for students
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Living expenses description
Includes Accommodation- 7280$ and Meals- 2000$
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Off campus accommodation
Details for off-campus
The average rent is 650 to 750 CAD/month
The residence type includes studio apartments, 3 bedroom apartments, 4 bedroom apartments and shared apartments
Each apartment is furnished with a bed, desk, mini-fridge, large closet, flat screen tv, new appliances and unlimited, business speed internet
The apartments are located on major bus routes as well so transportation is convenient
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