Ontario's Publicly Assisted Postsecondary Education System

Check these 20 universities and 24 colleges of applied arts and technology and other institutions!

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Ontario's Publicly Assisted Postsecondary Education System
Posted on June 25, 2015 | Canada

Whether applying to study with an eye towards immigration options or to further your career in your own country, Ontario has some of the best programs offered by experts in the world.  Please note though that international students may require a temporary study permit to study in Ontario!

Universities offer a complete range of programs in the arts and sciences, as well as graduate and professional programs. Colleges prepare students for careers in business, applied arts, technology, and health sciences. They also offer part-time and continuing education courses, apprenticeships and skills training programs.

Publicly funded universities offer three- and four-year undergraduate degrees, as well as post-graduate and professional programs.  If you haven’t completed high school in Canada, but are at least 19 years old, you might be eligible to apply for college programs.  We encourage you to check each university or college before applying as there may be additional requirements.  

Just click on each link to view the academic institution.



Colleges Offering Postsecondary Programs in Agricultural Technologies

College Offering Programs to Train Healthcare Professionals

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