The Association of Community Colleges is the national and international voice of Canada’s publicly funded colleges and institutes, with 1.5 million learners of all ages and backgrounds at campuses in over 3000 rural, urban and remote communities.

Canadian colleges and institutes offer “quality education for quality employment” through applied, competency-based programs and research that respond to the needs of communities and employers worldwide.

Combine your studies with applied research and/or internships to get the practical experience required by employers. Over 90% of our graduates are employed within six months!

Why Study in Canada?

Learn and train in high-quality, supportive academic and social environments…

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4 Reasons Why Canadian College and Institutes are Better

All of these facts make Canada one of the top destinations for international study.

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Degree/program types

Examples of post-graduate programs with specialized focus on current industry practices leading to high employability of graduates…

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How to apply

Once you have been through the ProgramFinder and contacted the institutions you are interested in…

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Scholarships

With strong academic grades and well-rounded experiences, you might just qualify for one of the many scholarships…

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Canada’s Economy

The World Economic Forum has ranked Canada’s banking system as the most sound in the world, six years in a row.

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