Are you thinking about a college education in the Windsor-Essex region or the Province of Ontario?
How can a college education help me?
College programs will give you the skills you need to get started in a good career. College graduates may go into business, tourism and travel, journalism, computer programming, construction trades, health care and many other fields.
What kinds of programs do colleges offer?
- Certificate programs, which take 1 year or less
- Diploma programs, which take 2 or 3 years
- Apprenticeship and certification programs for skilled trades such as a carpenter, chef, or welder
- Programs that lead to a bachelor degree.
- Programs offered with universities that can give you a degree and a diploma.
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St. Clair College
Established in 1967, St. Clair College (St. Clair) is a career-oriented educational institution that provides high quality education, skills training and knowledge for students in our community and around the world. St. Clair offers over 85 degree, diploma and postgraduate certificates and more than 350 courses delivered part-time through continuing education. More than 20,000 people attend classes at St. Clair, including 6,500 full-time students.
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Planning is an important step on the road to college. Check out the typical costs of going to college, scholarship and bursary information, and information about the colleges and their locations. Next, search for a program that fits you. Find out where it's offered and which prerequisites you need to get accepted. You can save your favourites and come back to them later. When you are ready, you can apply online in a few easy steps. You can start your application any time, save it, and come back to it later to complete, review or update. Have you received an offer? If so, you can confirm it. You may also view the status of all offers.
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