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Canadore College Ontario

Canadore College Ontario

Canadore College is a small, government-funded college located in the City of North Bay, in the province of Ontario, Canada. Each year, approximately 3,500 full time students enroll in over 60 different diploma programs, with another 4,500 people attending part-time. All Diploma programs are approved by the Ontario Ministry of Education and Training. We offer our programs at our campuses in North Bay and Parry Sound, as well as Toronto and other locations through partnerships with other educational institutions.

Our International Students come from China, Brasil, India, Africa, Caribbean, South America and Europe. We value the diversity of culture and experience our International Students bring to Canadore, and make each student’s transition to Canada as easy as possible by providing orientation, transportation, accommodation and other services.

The College Drive Campus in North Bay is one of the most beautiful college campuses in Ontario, located on a 650-acre wooded escarpment overlooking the City of North Bay. Our Aviation Centre and Commerce Court Campus are modern technical training facilities with leading edge technology. The West Parry Sound Campus is our newest facility, and currently focuses on Health, Human Care and Wellness programs. We also offer several programs in partnership with Stanford Business College in Toronto.

Our faculty come from industry to share their expertise with you. They maintain close ties with industry, keeping Canadore’s programs on the leading edge. Student success is enhanced by the excellent rapport between faculty and students. Even though our faculty are highly qualified, we deal with each other on a first-name basis in a relaxed atmosphere that contributes to academic and personal growth.



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