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2009年08月05日
416-225-9920

McMaster University

McMaster is a full-service university. With well-established strengths in health care, engineering, business,social sciences, science, and humanities research and education, the University offers both students and professors exciting and unique opportunities for research, education, and collaboration. With a long-standing reputation as Canada's "most innovative" university, McMaster has pioneered a number of programs that have changed how professors teach and students learn. Problem-based-learning (PBL), pioneered at McMaster, has now spread across North America as a preferred method of instructing undergraduate students. Through its continued dedication to innovative education and ground-breaking research, the University has earned its reputation as one of the leading post-secondary institutions in Canada. McMaster continues in its commitment to be Canada's most student-centred research university。
2009年08月05日
905-525-9140

Seneca College Richmond Hill Campus

The mission of Seneca College of Applied Arts & Technology is to contribute to Canadian society by being a transformational leader in providing students with career-related education and training. Seneca College is dedicated to meeting the ever-changing needs of students. To offer the best quality educational experience, Seneca provides the most up-to-date equipment, technology and teaching skills at 11 campuses. Campuses are located throughout the Greater Toronto area, each with academic specialties and unique appeal. Richmond Hill CampusThe Richmond Hill Campus houses the faculty of Continuing Education and Contract Training, which offers a variety of programs with a strong emphasis on business, ESL and microcomputer training. A business centre and self-employment assistance program are available for the entrepreneur. Part-time programs are offered through day or evening classes。
2009年08月05日
905-770-5211

Ontario College of Art and Design

Never has there been a more exciting time to be part of the community of the Ontario College of Art & Design (OCAD). At the start of the fall term, we will fully occupy our new and upgraded facilities, which include studios, student work spaces, faculty offices, lecture halls and much more. Through his design, Will Alsop has turned art into architecture and provided a truly inspirational learning environment for us all. Our College was able to honour Alsop's contribution to its renewal with the presentation of an Honorary Doctorate at our June 2004 graduation ceremony. OCAD's $42.5 million campus redevelopment has now enabled our community to grow to approximately 3,300 full- and part-time students, making OCAD the fourth largest institution of its kind in North America. With a large university campus dedicated exclusively to the visual arts, OCAD offers students more depth and breadth in course offerings in art and design than what can be found anywhere else in Canada. Our curriculum has been undergoing much positive change under the leadership of Dr. Sarah McKinnon, Vice-President, Academic. New this year, we have amalgamated first-year studies into the Faculties of Art and Design in order that students can follow a specialized program in their chosen field right from the beginning of their studies. We will, however, continue to provide opportunities for multi-disciplinary learning throughout a student's four-year course of study. In response to new degree programs, our Liberal Studies curriculum has now been substantially expanded. Most courses have been revised and many new courses have been added to provide content that is directly supportive of the studio programs. Students will find new courses that challenge them to think about themselves, their work, and the world around them from diverse perspectives. Recent executive searches have completed our decanal team. As Dean, Faculty of Art, Dr. Blake Fitzpatrick joins Lenore Richards, Dean, Faculty of Design, who has accepted a renewed term, and Dr. Kathryn Shailer, who became Dean, Faculty of Liberal Studies in the fall of 2003. A further indication of OCAD's new educational stature, is the inauguration of alumna Rosalie Sharp as OCAD's first-ever Chancellor, the ceremonial head of the institution. We all look forward to Ms. Sharp's leadership over her three-year term. Over the coming years, we will continue to introduce new programs and resources and to recruit the most qualified faculty and staff. A new strategic plan now guides us in our mandate to be a world centre for educational excellence, providing superior studio-based programs in art and design, and leading advancements in critical and cultural inquiry and practice。
2009年08月05日
416-977-6000

Seneca College Newmarket Campus

The mission of Seneca College of Applied Arts & Technology is to contribute to Canadian society by being a transformational leader in providing students with career-related education and training. Seneca College is dedicated to meeting the ever-changing needs of students. To offer the best quality educational experience, Seneca provides the most up-to-date equipment, technology and teaching skills at 11 campuses. Campuses are located throughout the Greater Toronto area, each with academic specialties and unique appeal. Newmarket CampusThe Newmarket Campus offers community-based services delivered by Seneca College, the YMCA and the Canadian Hearing Society (CHS). Programs include employment services for adults, academic upgrading and computer skills training. The YMCA offers youth programs and information on recreational activities and community programs. The CHS offers numerous support services for the hearing impaired in York Region。
2009年08月05日
905-898-6199

Seneca College Gordon Baker Campus

The mission of Seneca College of Applied Arts & Technology is to contribute to Canadian society by being a transformational leader in providing students with career-related education and training. Seneca College is dedicated to meeting the ever-changing needs of students. To offer the best quality educational experience, Seneca provides the most up-to-date equipment, technology and teaching skills at 11 campuses. Campuses are located throughout the Greater Toronto area, each with academic specialties and unique appeal. Gordon Baker CampusThe Gordon Baker Campus specializes in computer courses, from beginner to advanced training. The campus is located east of the 404 between Finch and Steeles Aves。
2009年08月05日
416-491-5050

Seneca College Yorkgate Campus

The mission of Seneca College of Applied Arts & Technology is to contribute to Canadian society by being a transformational leader in providing students with career-related education and training. Seneca College is dedicated to meeting the ever-changing needs of students. To offer the best quality educational experience, Seneca provides the most up-to-date equipment, technology and teaching skills at 11 campuses. Campuses are located throughout the Greater Toronto area, each with academic specialties and unique appeal. Yorkgate CampusStudents at the Yorkgate Campus can learn at their own pace with customized programs in academic upgrading and office systems. The Literacy and Basic Skills program is available, as are a variety of provincial and federal programs. The Employment Resource Centre offers assisted services and extended hours on evenings and Saturdays。
2009年08月05日
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2009年08月05日
416-415-2000
2009年08月05日
416-977-5311

University of Waterloo

Waterloo has long been recognized as the most innovative university in Canada. Like many universities, Waterloo is committed to advancing learning and knowledge through teaching, research, and scholarship. What sets us apart is how we go about accomplishing our mission. From the beginning, Waterloo has been an outward-looking university, aware of and responsive to the needs of society. We have the largest co-operative education program in North America, and our students graduate with the knowledge, skills, and practical experience required to solve today’s complex and pressing problems and to embrace future challenges. But producing the leaders of tomorrow is just part of our mission. A research-intensive university, we’re committed to discovering new knowledge and finding ways to use that knowledge for the benefit of all. We are the national leader in the transfer of ideas and technology to the private sector. More Canadian high-tech and knowledge-based spin-off companies trace their roots to the University of Waterloo
2009年07月22日
519-888-4567

York University

Clearly, our approach is working. Founded in 1959, York University is now Canada's third largest university, and world-renowned for attracting students who forge their own unique paths. That’s because York offers an unparalleled academic experience. Our top-ranked programs set international standards. Our unique, interdisciplinary approach to learning allows students to combine majors in completely different fields. York’s faculty expands the horizons of our students, providing them with a broad perspective of the world that opens up new ways of thinking. And our research tackles challenges by taking a uniquely interdisciplinary approach that results in real-world solutions. York offers full and part-time graduate and undergraduate degree programs to almost 50,000 students in 10 faculties. Our Faculty of Arts is the largest in Canada. At the Atkinson Faculty of Liberal and Professional Studies, liberal arts students can complement their degree with professional studies courses and certificates. Glendon College offers bilingual education. York’s Faculty of Education offers students more teaching experience than any other education program in Ontario. The Faculty of Environmental Studies is celebrated for the best individualized, interdisciplinary masters program in the world. The Faculty of Fine Arts is the only one of its kind in Ontario and one of the most renowned in North America. York’s Faculty Science and Engineering is one of Canada's leading teaching and research institutions. Osgoode Hall Law School, Canada's largest law school, is also among the most respected. The Schulich School of Business is consistently ranked among the top business schools in the world. The Faculty of Graduate Studies is Ontario's second largest graduate school, offering both traditional and non-traditional interdisciplinary areas of study. York University Libraries are active participants in pilot projects, consortia initiatives and collaborative endeavors to place York University Libraries on the leading edge in supporting our researchers and students.
2009年07月22日
416-736-5000

Seneca College

The mission of Seneca College of Applied Arts & Technology is to contribute to Canadian society by being a transformational leader in providing students with career-related education and training. Seneca College is dedicated to meeting the ever-changing needs of students. To offer the best quality educational experience, Seneca provides the most up-to-date equipment, technology and teaching skills at 11 campuses. Campuses are located throughout the Greater Toronto area, each with academic specialties and unique appeal. Newnham CampusNewnham Campus is the academic and administrative centre of Seneca College. Located on the north side of Finch Avenue at Hwy. 404 (Don Valley Parkway) and Finch Avenue East, Newnham Campus is one of the largest college campuses in Canada. It houses full-time and part-time programs in Applied Arts, Business .
2009年07月22日
416-491-5050

University of Ottawa

The world expects a lot from Canada and its institutions, and so do we. Here at the University of Ottawa, Canada's university, we make sure our students leave with the knowledge and tools to compete in a global economy. We give them the opportunity to study, live and play in English, French or both. We offer them collaborative research projects and student-exchange programs through some 140 bilateral agreements with sister universities in over 50 countries. We offer a multicultural environment by welcoming students and professors from virtually every continent. And we encourage them to gain new experiences by taking part in the many international, government and cultural events staged in our own backyard, the nation's capital.
2009年07月22日
613-562-5700

Ryerson University

Quick Facts: Founded 1948 Granted full university status 1993 20,000 full-time students 650 master's and PhD students More than 80 undergraduate, master's and PhD programs The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education is Canada's largest, with 61,000 registrations, up almost 60 per cent in last 10 years Five Faculties: Arts; Business; Communication & Design; Community Services; Engineering and Applied Science 95.8 per cent of Ryerson graduates report employment two years after graduation Attracted more than 121 outstanding new faculty in past two years More than $10 million in funded research annually $100-million fundraising campaign, Invest in Futures, has raised $74 million to date, securing support for scholarships, buildings and facilities, and research chairs. $210-million campus expansion includes six new facilities: Centre for Computing and Engineering Sally Horsfall Eaton Centre for Studies in Community Health Heidelberg Centre - School of Graphic Communications Management Student Campus Centre Heaslip House (for The Chang School), opening fall 2005 Faculty of Business building at Dundas and Bay Streets, opening fall 2006 Ryerson's 107,000 alumni include Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts founder Isadore Sharp; broadcaster Valerie Pringle; internationally award-winning interior designers George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg; Alias President Doug Walker; star of Will & Grace, Eric McCormack -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- View Ryerson Fact Sheet (PDF) $10 million in scholarships and bursaries are distributed annually by Ryerson to its students. "I loved the rich mix the Journalism program provided. I could indulge and develop my interest in history, literature and economics and then spend the afternoon chasing a news story in downtown Toronto." - Journalism graduate Dana Robbins, now Editor-in-Chief of the Hamilton Spectator. 90% + is the employment rate at two years after graduation for a large number of Ryerson undergraduate programs. "The curriculum was quite broad, so I was exposed to many facets of engineering. It was a good balance of theory and practice. The educational background students receive at Ryerson makes it easier for them to adjust to the business world." - Mechanical Engineering graduate Todd Young, Vice-President and General Manager, Turboprops Bombardier Aerospace - Regional Aircraft. $100 million is the target of Ryerson's Invest In Futures fundraising campaign. A significant portion of funds raised will be directed to student learning and financial needs; improving and upgrading academic and innovative program initiatives; and towards new facilities. "Ryerson really armed me with the skills to do the kind of work I wanted to do. The practical, hands-on placements in downtown Toronto that we were thrown into after our first months of classes really taught me how to do my job." - Faculty of Community Services graduate Jan Yorke, now at Georgian College teaching Canadian politics at the Justice and Public Safety Institute, Orillia, Ontario. Approximately 19,000 full-time undergraduate students, and 600 graduate students are currently enrolled at Ryerson. "Ryerson was a great preparation for what I'm doing now. I learned all about running a business at Ryerson - all the stuff I'm using for my business now came from Ryerson..." - Fashion School graduate Anna Chan, now founder and owner of her own accessories company, featuring her line IMOOI. $10 million is the amount of annual funded research at Ryerson, which is more than a four-fold increase compared with a decade ago. Five new graduate programs have recently been introduced at Ryerson, including Master's programs in Photographic Preservation and Collections Management, and Immigration and Settlement Studies; and PhD programs in Civil, Electrical and Computer
2009年07月22日
416-979-5036

百年理工学院

学院介绍   国际承认的世界级学府   百年理工学院依据"1964年10月7日教育部门法案条款"和"加拿大安大略省立法机关"的规定,于1966年成立的安大略省第一所公立学院;它是由安大略省学院和大学及培训部资助的。   作为多元文化社会的积极参与者,我们以提供国际发展前景最佳的课程为己任--学院拥有100多种国际认可的专业,并有能力为各种专业课程提供最先进的教学设施和实验场所。学院有加拿大最大的飞机维修、飞行员培训场地。100多种专业涵盖商科、工程、保健、交通、传媒等领域,学院注重理论和实践应用的结合,因此百年理工学院被视为专业技能的培训基地和有专业技术的大学毕业生的资源输出地。   经验丰富的教师队伍   百年理工学院有400多名经验丰富的教师,他们有最高水准的教育水平,并且他们在其专业的学术领域里有着独到的见解。通过把理论知识和实际技术应用相结合的课程设置,我们的教师可以确保你获得现今最需要的专业技能和高质量的大学基础课教育。   学习,工作,就业相结合   百年理工学院与企业开设了全新的职业合作教育课程,它可以使你把学习和有偿工作结合起来,累积宝贵的工作经验。这样学院可以在三年半的课程里提供给学生最多12个月的带薪工作经验。   为了顺利和满足工业,商业和学生各个阶层及领域随时变化的需求,我们不断调整学院的课程设置和教学内容。百年理工学院已经与一些知名的大公司建立了长期的战略合作关系, 比如: 惠普加拿大公司、福特公司、丰田公司、IBM以及Cisco 系统公司。这些合作伙伴关系帮助我们获得了国际声誉并确保了我们在业界的领先地位。   研究生证书和学位   百年理工学院有权单独颁发大学学士学位,大专毕业文凭和研究生证书。在百年理工学院获得的所有学位, 文凭和证书均受到国际认可。百年理工学院不但独立颁发学位和证书, 同时还与多所北美和世界著名大学建立了合作关系。学生在百年理工学院取得毕业文凭后, 如成绩优良, 可申请到这些大学继续深造, 学分得到合作院校的认可。   已经建立联合办学的大学:      多伦多大学         约克大学      卡尔加里大学      瑞尔逊工业大学      贵湖大学      洛克希德大学      罗伊尔罗德大学      西悉尼大学      新汉普郡学院      诺斯伍德大学   与加拿大和中国大学衔接的课程   ·大学直通车课程   百年理工学院与多伦多大学,约克大学等多所名牌大学建立了合作关系,学生进入百年的2年制联合课程,成绩优异,可直接升入相关大学之相关专业,免考英文。   ·研究生证书课程   百年的研究生课程专业是为大专以上毕业生开设的, 与就业市场紧密相关的研究班课程,凡大专以上毕业生均有资格申请。   ·学分转换课程   百年还针对大专,大本在校生和毕业生,设立了学分转换机制。大专二年以上学生如申请百年之相关专业,可将学分转入百年,使在中国已学的学分有效延续,大大缩短学期长度。   优质的学生服务   百年理工学院有12,000多名全日制学生和近30,000名成人教育学生,这些学生来自加拿大的不同省份和世界的各个地方。他们带着不同的文化背景,使得学校呈现出多元文化的氛围。学生生活丰富多彩。我们的学生辅导员会为学生提供有如:学习技巧、学科建议、职业规划,以及个人生活中所面临问题的建议。图书管理员会与学生一起搜集资料并向学生提供网络上撰写论文的最好方法。学校的运动、娱乐文化部门鼓励学生积极参加学校组织的各项文娱体育活动,帮助学生结识更多的新朋友。   百年理工学院学生会是代表学生的正式组织。他为学生组织了各种文化交流,俱乐部及讲座等丰富多彩的活动。学生会成员可参与学生报刊和组织辅导活动,从而提高学生的领导能力和交流能力。
2009年07月22日
416-289-5300

乔治布朗 - 多伦多城市学院

这是一个荣居加拿大最大最活跃城市之心脏地带的学院社会;这是一个拥有追求事业成长的高品质学科、悉心敬业的专家教师队伍、现代化的教学设施以及来自五湖四海的学生群体的高等学府;这就是乔治布朗 - 多伦多城市学院,一个诞生于1967年、由政府资助和全面立案、整体规模名列全国前茅的公立学院。 乔治布朗开设一百五十多个学科,传授理论知识和应用技巧,每年吸引数万名来自加拿大和世界各地的学生前来求学。 您将处身在一个美好城市的心脏地带 乔治布朗 - 多伦多城市学院地处市中心,地点优势在全国学院中独一无二。加拿大最大最好的雇主群体尽在咫尺之遥。 在校学生得天独厚,充分享受这座城市带来的社会、娱乐和个性发展的健康体验;学院毗邻誉满全球的艺术馆、博物馆、音乐厅、戏剧院和体育中心;每一个独立校区公共交通便利,实习工作机会伸手可及。 您将在广泛的学科范围中选择学业 乔治布朗学院的一百五十多个学科授予专科证书、大专文凭、研究生证书或学士学位,其全日制学科范围领先全国同行。学士学位教育继续扩展,目前开放在金融服务、款客业管理和建筑等领域。 所有学科的设置经过商询相关行业、产业和社区领袖而趋于完善,并保持不断更新以适从先进市场的不时之需。教学内容巧妙地融合课堂理论和现场实践,促使学生掌握理论与实践的平衡,以致步入工作岗位的即刻便能学以致用,从而有效地满足具有前瞻思想的雇佣机构的需求。 学院还向母语非英语的学生提供英语为第二语言的全程培训,帮助他们全面掌握英语的口笔技能。 您将喜爱校园的多元文化环境 联合国推举多伦多为全球最多元文化城市。身为多伦多城市学院,乔治布朗拥有文化背景各异的学生群体。在课堂内外与来自世界各地的学友朝夕相处,这种多元文化经历将极大推动您明天的职业生涯。 您将使用先进的学习设施 乔治布朗学院坚信,学生在读期间必须练习和运用所学到的专业技能,因此为所有学科配置了仿真现代工作实景的培训设施。 譬如,微电子学的学生在拥有该行业最新最完整设备的教学中心接受教育;款客旅游中心配备加拿大最好最齐全的烹饪实验室;时装学的学生一直采用最新一代的 计算器辅助设计和制造技术。 您将享受全方位的学生服务 以人为本,以学为优。学院教职人员致力于帮助您适应新环境,提高英语语言能力,让您在校内外渡过愉快和有益的时光。 乔治布朗向每一位学生开放全方位服务,包括学业 / 个人 / 就业咨询、学习辅导、运动设施以及特别活动。此外,针对国际学生初次接受加拿大教育的特殊需要,学院安排学业导向服务和其它专门活动。在校国际学生也可以申请奖学金。
2009年07月22日
416-415-2000