Algonquin College of Applied Arts and Technology was established in 1967 and was named after the First Nations people who lived in the area. Algonquin was formed from the merger of the Eastern Ontario Institute of Technology, established 1957, and the Ontario Vocational Centre, established 1965. The College celebrates 45 years as a leader in post secondary education, and has undergone significant growth since its establishment and continues to grow today. All three Algonquin College Campuses have recently completed major expansion projects.
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90% of graduates have jobs within six months of graduation
96% of graduates would recommend Algonquin to others
92% of employers are happy with the quality of Algonquin College programs
5,867 students graduated last year
445 apprentices were trained in a new trade
Upon presentation to the Board of Governors in early February 2014, Algonquin College completed an 11-month consultative effort to update its international strategic direction. Algonquin’s International Education Strategic Plan is the result of more than a year’s worth of research, analysis and discussion resulting in a set of strategies and tactics which will see the College increase international efforts both onshore and offshore.
Algonquin College of Applied Arts and Technology is a publicly funded English-language college and member of Polytechnics Canada located in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
With over 180 programs and three campuses, Algonquin one of Canada’s largest colleges – yet still small enough to nurture a friendly, student-oriented community atmosphere. The International Education Centre is here to help you succeed academically while enjoying life at this welcoming, multicultural school located in the heart of Ottawa, Canada.
159 Ontario College Programs Offered
30 Ontario College Certificates, 67 Ontario College Diplomas, 26 Ontario College Advanced Diplomas
36 Ontario College Graduate Certificates
61 online programs
21 Apprenticeship Programs
29 Co-op Programs
4 Collaborative Degree Programs
Bachelor of Information Technology – Interactive Multimedia and Design, Carleton University
Bachelor of Information Technology – Network Technology, Carleton University
Bachelor of Information Technology – Photonics and Laser Technology, Carleton University
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, University of Ottawa
4 Bachelor Degree Programs
Bachelor of Applied Arts – Interior Design
Bachelor of Applied Business – e-Business Supply Chain Management
Bachelor of Hospitality and Tourism Management
Bachelor of Building Science