Yorkville University began with a simple idea: offer flexible, rigorous and career-focused degrees on campus and online to people who are on a purposeful path. Since its founding in 2003, Yorkville University has successfully grown to encompass three campuses from coast to coast and conferred degrees on thousands of graduates. Their proud graduates use their degrees to launch, advance or change careers. Yorkville University’s degrees are designed to equip graduates with the professional knowledge, skills and designations that employers value. Flexible degree programs can be taken on campus or online, or a combination of both.
The mission of Yorkville University is to build a national university that provides practitioner-oriented degree programs, leading to professional careers that are personally rewarding and contribute to the betterment of society.
Yorkville University welcomes international students from around the world. In fact, students from more than 35 countries have graduated from our career-focused degree programs.
Yorkville University’s central campus is located in Toronto, a vibrant, multicultural, global hub for business and design with a renowned quality of life.
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