Location : Canada ,Ontario
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Centennial College of Applied Arts and Technology, Ontario's first community college, is recognized for its exemplary teaching, innovative programming and extensive industry partnerships that lead to student success. Located in Toronto, it primarily serves the Greater Toronto Area through four campuses.
Centennial's programs emphasize hands-on experience with laboratory learning, industry placements and paid co-op education. Students can take advantage of Centennial's numerous transfer agreements with other institutions to pursue further education with the benefit of advanced standing.
Entry requirements vary according to the course you want to study, so make sure you check the specific entry requirements for your course before you apply.
Centennial’s student residence is located at Progress Campus, but frequent bus service that takes students to a light-rail station that connects to the subway makes it easy for all students to commute.
Converted from a hotel, Centennial’s residence features an atrium as a common room, a glass elevator and even a small indoor pond. The front desk and lobby feature the tasteful décor of a hotel, but students are free to make their dorm rooms their own.
Currently there are no scholarships available.