An in-person event taking place November 23 - 25, 2024 at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel. For more information, please visit: www.highereducationsummit.ca.
The federal government’s cap on study permits for international students is essentially a moratorium by stealth that is already causing significant and unnecessary upheaval for students, employers and communities.
Seven exceptional alumni were honoured with the 2023 Premier's Awards for outstanding college graduates at a Nov. 27 gala in Toronto.
Ontario’s public colleges and Ireland’s technological universities to collaborate on programs and research
Consul General Janice McGann, the consul general of Ireland to Toronto, participated in the signing today of a memorandum of understanding between Ontario’s public colleges and post-secondary leaders in Ireland to strengthen the programs and research opportunities for students.
Marvel's first Asian superhero - Simu Liu - will be the star attraction when he appears at this year's Higher Education Summit in Toronto on Monday, Nov. 27.
A moment with Marketa
Canada’s Future Skills Council recently released a new report, Canada – A Learning Nation: A Skilled, Agile Workforce Ready to Shape the Future. The goal is to build a sustainable workforce. Clearly, colleges will be pivotal to the success of those recommendations.
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.