King’s University College

Founded in 1954, King’s University College is affiliated with Western University, and is known as a post-secondary leader in Canada for the quality of its faculty and teaching excellence. King’s provides general and honors degree programs in the liberal arts, social sciences, social work and management. Graduates of King’s University College receive degrees from The University of Western Ontario.

 

 

 

Minimum grade average: 80%
Areas of study include:
Accounting
Childhood & Social Institutions
Economics
Finance & Administration
Global Commerce
Management & Organizational Studies (business)
Organizational & Human Resources
Political Science
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Brescia University College
Brescia University College is Canada’s only women’s university. While only women are able to register as Brescia students, the classes are co-ed. Students enjoy the benefits of a smaller campus while being able to take classes on all four campuses at Western: Main Campus, Brescia, Huron and King’s. Graduates of Brescia University College receive degrees from Western University.
 
 
 
Minimum grade average: 80%
Areas of study include:
Arts
Community Development
Dimensions of Leadership
Family Studies
Foods & Nutrition
Health Sciences
Kinesiology
Management & Organizational Studies (business)
Scholars’ Electives
Social Sciences
Preliminary Year (co-ed, pre-university program)
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Western University
The University of Western Ontario is one of the oldest and most well-known universities in Canada. Founded in 1878, Western offers the best undergraduate student experience among Canada’s leading research-intensive universities. Western offers over 300 academic programs and more than 2,000 courses across 12 Faculties and Schools and three Affiliated University Colleges.

 

 

 

Minimum grade average: high 80s

Areas of study include:
Accounting
Biology
Chemistry
Computer Science
Economics
Engineering
Finance for MOS
Management & Organizational Studies (business)
Mathematics
Human Resource Management
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University of Ontario Institute of Technology
University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) is one of Canada’s newest universities and quickly becoming a top choice for students coming to study in Canada. UOIT is Ontario’s first laptop based university. Its innovative and unique undergraduate programs are designed to meet your interests, career aspirations and the market-driven requirements of employers.

 

 

 
Minimum grade average: 70%
Areas of study include:
Biological Science
Commerce
Communication
Computing Science
Engineering (Electrical, Manufacturing, Mechanical, Software)
Information Technology (Game Development & Entrepreneurship, Networking & Security)
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Durham College
At Durham College the student experience comes first. Founded in 1967, programs are offered in a variety of student-friendly formats including; one-year compressed, two-year and advanced three-year diplomas, as well as one-year certificates and graduate certificates.

 

 

 
Minimum requirement: Secondary school diploma
Successful completion of Level 5 only needed for some programs. 
Areas of study include:
Biotechnology Technologist (Biotechnology Pharmaceutical)
Business (General, Entrepreneurship & Small Business)
Chemical Laboratory Technician
Computer Systems Technician
Computer Programmer Analyst
General Arts & Science
Human Resources Management
Practical Nursing
Science & Engineering Fundamentals
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Carleton University
Founded in 1942, Carleton University is a research and teaching institution with a tradition of anticipating and leading change. Students benefit from the interdisciplinary, active, hands-on approach to teaching and research practiced by award-winning faculty. Located in Canada’s capital, students take advantage of practical experience opportunities and leading-edge research projects. Graduation from the CultureWorks program gives students direct entrance to Carleton.

 

 

 
Minimum grade average: 73-88%
Chinese applicants: NO No Hui Kao Exam required.
Areas of study include:
Arts
Cognitive Science
Commerce
International Business
Communication and Media Studies
Computer Science
Economics
Engineering
Global and International Studies
Health Sciences
Information Technology (NET and IRM)
Journalism
Journalism and Humanities
Mathematics
Public Affairs and Policy Management
Science
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Algonquin College
Dedication to student success is the guiding principle at Algonquin College. This dedication is demonstrated through the quality of its programs, staff, facilities, and strategic partnerships. Algonquin College is one of Canada’s largest colleges with over 180 programs at its three campuses. Established in 1967, Algonquin College of Applied Arts and Technology was named after the First Nations people who lived in the area. Algonquin College provides a multicultural setting in the heart of Ottawa, the capital of Canada.

 

 

Minimum requirement: Secondary school diploma

Successful completion of Level 5 only needed for some programs. 
Popular programs at Algonquin include: 
Architectural Technician (Two-year Ontario College Diploma)
E-Supply Chain Management (Bachelor of Commerce)
Business – Accounting (Two-year Ontario College Diploma)
Business – Management & Entrepreneurship (Two-year Ontario College Diploma)
Business Administration (Three-year Ontario College Advanced Diploma)
Computer Eng. Technology – Computer Science (Three-year Ontario College Advanced Diploma)
Computer Programmer (Two-year Ontario College Diploma)
Computer Systems Technician (Two-year Ontario College Diploma)
Construction Engineering Technician (Two-year Ontario College Diploma)
Culinary Management (Two-year Ontario College Diploma)
Early Childhood Education (Two-year Ontario College Diploma)
Electro-mechanical Engineering Technician – Robotics (Two-year Ontario College Diploma)
Hospitality – Hotel and Restaurant Operations Management (Two-year Ontario College Diploma)
Practical Nursing (Two-year Ontario College Diploma)
Project Management (One-year Ontario College Graduate Certificate)
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