An in-person event taking place November 26 - 28, 2022 at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel. For more information, please visit: www.highereducationsummit.ca.
Ontarians overwhelmingly support proposals to expand the range of career-focused degree programs at colleges with nearly 70 per cent supporting the creation of new three-year degree programs, a new poll has found.
Ontario’s colleges and universities urgently seek provincial support for a safe in-person reopening this fall
Students, parents and other members of the post-secondary community seek greater clarity as they prepare for the start of a new academic year.
Janet Hope, an assistant deputy minister at the Ministry of Long-Term Care, is joining Colleges Ontario as the new vice-president of policy and innovation.
The Council of Ontario Medical Officers of Health has issued a letter to colleges and universities with recommendations for establishing vaccination policies.
“86% of college graduates employed within six months”
– 2019 KPI survey results
Getting frank with Franklin
Did you know that as of right now, colleges can offer and deliver four-year degrees but not three-year degrees? Instead, colleges are required to offer three-year advanced diplomas in many areas important to the economy. This is something of a global anomaly. In most of the world, post-secondary programs that are essentially the same as our colleges’ three-year programs award degrees to graduates rather than diplomas.