SENECA COLLEGE, TORONTO, CANADA

SENECA COLLEGE, TORONTO, CANADA

Course Description :-

Seneca offers more than an education. With campuses throughout the Greater Toronto Area, Seneca’s size and diversity give students the advantage of partnerships with industry leaders, the latest in hands-on computer technology, a variety of class sizes, and full-time, part-time and continuing education options. Education should be flexible and accessible, so Seneca also employs various methods of teaching – from in-class lectures and online learning to co-op and field placements – in programs related to applied arts, business, financial services and technology.

Seneca believes in creating great student experiences that provide enriching learning experiences inside and outside the classroom. That includes chances to experience the workplace — with co-op and field placement opportunities — and studying abroad, all of which give our students an advantage when continuing their education or entering the workforce.

Seneca’s Work-Integrated Learning programs give students the opportunity to use what they’ve learned in the classroom during a work term. We offer a variety of work-integrated learning experiences. Many of our programs offer an optional work-integrated learning experience for qualified students and all of our degrees have a mandatory work-integrate learning experience.


PROGRAMS :-

  • Advanced Manufacturing & Systems Automation
  • Arts, Animation & Design
  • Aviation
  • Business
  • Community Services
  • Engineering Technology
  • Fashion & Esthetics
  • Health & Wellness
  • Hospitality & Tourism
  • Information & Communication Technology
  • Law, Public Administration & Public Safety
  • Liberal Arts & Science and University Transfers
  • Media & Communication
  • Science


Affiliations :-

Seneca participates in many associations and groups focused on issues that matter to our community. Here are just some:

  • Colleges Ontario — the advocacy organization for the province’s 24 colleges of applied arts and technology.
  • Association of Community Colleges of Canada— the national voice for Canada’s colleges, institutes, polytechnics and CEGEPs
  • Canadian Bureau of International Education— an umbrella organization of educational organizations engaged in international education.
  • Polytechnics Canada — an association of 11 degree-granting colleges from across Canada engaged in applied research.
  • CivicAction — An alliance of senior business, community and government leaders working the Greater Toronto Region’s social, economic and environmental challenges.
  • Chambers of Commerce — Seneca is a member of several chambers of commerce and boards of trade, working with national, provincial and local businesses.