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News Releases - 2014
Ontario's 24 colleges have signed the colleges' first-ever provincewide agreement that grants recognition for entire previous years' credits when a student in a business diploma program transfers to the same program at another college.
More than 800 delegates from across Ontario will be attending the 2014 Higher Education Summit and Premier's Awards gala. The two-day conference runs Sunday, Nov. 23, and Monday, Nov. 24, at the Fairmont Royal York.
Ontario’s colleges are pleased with the provincial government’s budget commitment to invest in critical maintenance repairs at colleges and universities.
Ontario's colleges have launched an interactive website that promotes the sector's priorities in the Ontario election.
New data released today confirmed that a large majority of college graduates continue to find jobs shortly after they graduate.
College presidents at Premier Kathleen Wynne's skills summit in Toronto call for the government to allow colleges to offer three-year degrees.
Colleges, universities, business leaders and government must work together to address the serious youth unemployment and underemployment problem in Ontario, says Linda Franklin, the president and CEO of Colleges Ontario.
Addressing youth unemployment and underemployment must be the focus of the Ontario government's spring session that starts tomorrow, say Ontario's colleges.
Enrolment in first-year full-time college programs has increased five per cent this year.