Since 1967, Cambrian College has been the leading post-secondary institution in Northern Ontario. The College has a vibrant community of more than 4,800 students and over 1,600 international students from over 40 countries. Cambrian College offers over 80 full-time programs, across three campus locations in northern Ontario: Sudbury, Espanola, and Little Current / Manitoulin Island. As well, Cambrian College provides students with a wide range facilities and support students preparing them for success in today's competitive work places.
At Cambrian College education is the total package students will be given practical, hands-on experience in every program. Hands-on learnings at Cambrian College provides students with opportunities through applied research, co-ops, placements, and community projects. Furthermore, Cambrian College was just recently recognized as one of Canada's top 50 research colleges. As well, students will learn from expert faculty who are connected to industry and recognized research specialist.
Why Cambrian College
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|CAD 9,900 - CAD 21,949
|Jan, May, Sep
|Sudbury, Ontario, Canada