OCAD University has more depth and breadth in visual arts and design programs than any school of its kind in Canada. OCADU offers its students a unique environment that combines studio-based learning with critical inquiry. Programs lead to a BFA or BDes and, as of 2008/2009, an MA, MFA or MDes.
At OCADU, we educate imaginations. We consider the future. We also honour our history, recognizing the more than a century of achievement that distinguishes our alumni. Joining the remarkable artists and designers we’ve graduated are established cultural leaders, educators, innovators, creative thinkers and strategists.
OCADU students experience a range of research contexts and methodologies via the university's significant research arm. Now, they also have the opportunity to experience graduate programs.
At Trent, you can pursue your own dreams, develop your unique academic strengths, and explore the many other interests that are important to you.
Trent University provides an exceptional learning environment where students earn a respected degree. Bright, articulate students seek Trent - and when they graduate, they're ready to make a difference in the world.
A young, innovative University, Trent was founded in 1964 on the belief that learning is an individual, life-long pursuit - and that student choice, flexibility, and the opportunity for interdisciplinary study are part of a high quality post-secondary education. These key principles continue to define Trent's unique character today.
Inclusive and innovative, with a focus on the individual student, Trent is known for its supportive community environment and emphasis on global perspectives. A Trent education provides the intellectual tools and social awareness to become a successful professional and an active citizen of the world.
BCIT is one of British Columbia’s largest post-secondary institutions with more than 48,000 students enrolled annually (16,600 full-time, 31,600 part-time). We offer practical career credentials designed for the workplace, including degrees, diplomas and certificates spanning Applied and Natural Sciences, Business and Media, Computing and Information Technology, Engineering, Health Sciences and Trades.
Established in 1964, BCIT now has five main campuses as well as satellite locations province-wide. BCIT’s international partnerships span training, education and research initiatives in South America, Central America, East Asia and Eastern Europe.
At BCIT, students learn theory and put it into practice all in one process. We work with industry to ensure that our training remains on the cutting edge of current practices, and engage our students in the classroom, in the lab, and in the field, building a broad and relevant spectrum of skills. When our students graduate, they’re ready to jump in and contribute—right from day one.
The University of Guelph offers a wide variety of academic programs for undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate students who are interested in obtaining advanced degrees, diplomas and certificates in their field of study. Program areas include the natural and physical sciences, social sciences and the humanities, the arts, agriculture, business and technology. The university's campuses include the main one in Guelph, satellite campuses in Alfred, Kemptville and Ridgetown, and a collaborative university with the Humber College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning in Toronto, appropriately called the University of Guelph-Humber.
McGill University is one of Canada's best-known institutions of higher learning and one of the country's leading research-intensive universities. With students coming to McGill from about 150 countries, our student body is the most internationally diverse of any medical-doctoral university in Canada.