Humber College was founded in 1967 and has been known for imparting education in Technology and Advanced Learning since then. Humber College has two main campuses, Humber North campus and the Lakeshore campus, and students can choose to study over 220 full-time courses in visual arts, acting, finance, designing, media, animation, artificial intelligence, book publishing, culinary arts and many more.
Over the last 50 years Humber College has welcomed 6,000 international students from 130+ countries to pursue its full-time courses in bachelor, diplomas and postgraduate in three locations in Toronto.
Diploma and certificate programs are designed to give you a blend of theoretical knowledge and practical, hands-on experience. Advanced diplomas take six semesters to complete and usually incorporate a work placement. Diplomas take at least four semesters, while certificates are generally three semesters.
Humber College has the highest graduate employment rate (87%) in the Greater Toronto Area, per the Ontario KPI survey of 2019-2020.
To support international students, Humber College provides round-the-clock health services, campus security, an LGBTQ+ resource centre, music rights, availability to 50+ varsity sports teams, free fitness classes, personal training and more.
The College also assists international students with health insurance, academic support, managing their finances, permits and visas, and more.
Humber College is ranked 2nd on Canada’s Top 50 Research Colleges list.
International students are guaranteed accommodation at Humber College. Off-campus housing facilities with Homestay services are also available.
Humber College has two college campuses. The North campus is located on the banks of the Humber River at Finch Avenue and Highway 27 is easily accessible from Brampton, Mississauga, Toronto and York Region, and is a public transit ride away from Toronto’s bustling downtown. The Lakeshore campus Centred on an academic “village” of nine restored heritage buildings.
All campuses are well connected and easy to travel from one place to another as they are close to different types of public transport.