Opened in 1964, Brock University is a mid-sized university with approximately 17,877 undergraduate and graduate students and 583 faculty members.
Cambrian College in Sudbury, Ontario, has been a leading postsecondary institution in Northern Ontario since its first classes were held in 1967. The College has a vibrant community of more than 14,000 learners – over 4,500 students in 80 full-time programs, plus over 9,500 students in almost 900 part-time courses/programs. It offers programming at three campuses and serves a student population of that is reflective of the rich diversity of today’s global workplaces.
Carleton University has more than 24,000 full- and part-time students at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Its more than 875 academic staff are recognized internationally for their scholarship and cutting-edge research in more than 50 disciplines.
Centennial College is Ontario’s first community college, established in 1966, primarily serving the eastern portion of the Greater Toronto Area through four campuses and seven satellite locations. It has a record of exemplary teaching, innovative programming and extensive partnership building. Centennial is recognized as one of the most culturally diverse post-secondary institutions in Canada. Almost 100 ethno cultural groups are represented and 80 languages are spoken on campus.
Established in 1967, Conestoga College is one of Canada’s leading polytechnic institutes and a founding member of Polytechnics Canada. With 9,000 full-time students, 4,000 apprenticeship students and 35,000 part-time students, Conestoga offers more than 120 full-time diploma programs, 26 apprenticeship programs, 9 four-year bachelor degree programs as well as 2 collaborative degrees, 23 graduate certificate programs and more than 130 part-time programs.
Established in 1967, Durham College offers over 130 programs to more than 8,400 full-time students. Durham College offers more than 130 full-time, market-driven programs through the schools of Business, IT & Management; Continuing Education; Health & Community Services; Interdisciplinary Studies & Employment Services; Justice & Emergency Services; Media, Art & Design; Science & Engineering Technology; and Skilled Trades, Apprenticeship & Renewable Technology.
Humber, a member of Polytechnics Canada, is committed to student success through excellence in teaching and learning. Humber's broad range of career-focused credentials include: bachelor degrees, diplomas, certificates, and postgraduate certificates. We also offer apprenticeship training. With 150 full time programs and 200 continuing educations programs to choose from, the 25,000 full-time and 57,000 part-time students of Humber have access to many opportunities for continuous learning.
Lakehead is a comprehensive University with a reputation for innovative programs and cutting-edge research. With campuses located in Thunder Bay and Orillia, Lakehead has over 7,900 students and 2,250 faculty and staff.
Lambton College is in its 45th year and in that time the College has gained worldwide recognition as a specialized institution. Lambton currently has its main campus in Sarnia, the Fire & Public Safety Centre of Excellence just outside city limits and an Employment and Learning Centre in Petrolia. We also have campuses located internationally in China, India and Saudi Arabia. In the past 44 years, the College has been working hard to provide even more to its 3,200+ full-time and 6,500 part-time students. The College continues to grow every year by offering new programs, new research opportunities and improved lab and classroom facilities.
Mohawk College’s diverse program offerings are offered at the apprenticeship, continuing education, diploma and collaborative degree level, allowing students to optimize their education. Cooperative education programs give students real-world experience, preparing them for successful careers in their field. Mohawk College is fully accredited and funded by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities and is a member of the Association of Community Colleges of Canada (ACCC).
Niagara College has an enrolment of more than 9,000 full-time students and more than 15,000 Continuing Education registrants annually. The College offers more than 100 post-secondary diploma and post-graduate certificate programs, skills and apprenticeship training programs and two bachelor’s degree programs: International Commerce and Global Development and Hospitality Operations Management.
The Richard Ivey School of Business at The University of Western Ontario is Canada’s leading provider of relevant, innovative and comprehensive business education. Drawing on extensive research and business experience, Ivey faculty provide the best classroom experience, equipping graduates with the skills and capabilities they need to tackle the leadership challenges in today’s complex business world. Ivey offers world-renowned undergraduate and graduate degree programs as well as Executive Development at campuses in London (Ontario), Toronto and Hong Kong.
Ryerson University is Canada's leader in innovative, career-focused education and a university clearly on the move. Ryerson offers more than 100 undergraduate and graduate programs. Culturally diverse and inclusive, the university is home to 28,000 students, including 2,300 master's and PhD students, nearly 2,700 faculty and staff, and more than 140,000 alumni worldwide.
Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology is a post-secondary educational institution in Toronto, Ontario offering programs at the baccalaureate, diploma, certificate and post-graduate levels.
The Joseph L. Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto is one of Canada's pre-eminent business schools. Offering degree and executive programs, Rotman was recently ranked 13th in the world by BusinessWeek magazine for the design and delivery of customized executive programs. Rotman is the academic partner on the Canada's Top 100 Employers project and chairs the competition's academic advisory board.
With program offerings ranging from university preparation to graduate programs, Thompson Rivers University is the fourth largest university in the British Columbia. TRU was created in 2005 when the University College of the Cariboo joined with the British Columbia Open University. A vibrant community of over 13,000 students from across Canada and around the world complete undergraduate and graduate degrees in addition to diplomas, apprenticeships, professional certificates, continuing studies and ESL. Another 10,000 students take advantage of TRU’s flexible learning options to study online or by distance through the Open Learning Division. Students can also take programs at regional centres throughout the interior of BC, a satellite campus in Williams Lake, and an Open Learning Centre in Vancouver.
triOS College is registered as a Private Career College under the Private Career Colleges Act of Ontario. triOS has graduated thousands of students into rewarding careers since its inception in 1992. triOS offers a career-focussed approach to education enabling graduates to start careers in business, technology, healthcare, and law. Students receive real-world experience from internship placements included in most programs. triOS has campus locations across Southern Ontario including: Windsor, London, Kitchener, Hamilton, Mississauga, Brampton, Toronto, Scarborough and Oshawa.
The University of Alberta is a public research university, with 38,300 students from all Canadian provinces and territories and 146 other countries, in close to 400 undergraduate, graduate and professional programs in 18 faculties.
The University of Fredericton is an online Canadian University, headquartered in Fredericton, New Brunswick, and designated as a degree-granting university by the Province of New Brunswick. UFred offers online Degree, Diploma and Certificate programs geared at working professionals who desire to advance their career and upgrade their education with minimal disruption to their work and personal life.
The University of Guelph is ranked as one of Canada's top comprehensive universities because of our commitment to student learning and innovative research.
The University of Guelph-Humber was created from a partnership between the University of Guelph and the Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning (Humber) to meet the demands of higher education in today's market. The University of Guelph-Humber offers seven (7) undergraduate programs to 3,400 full-time students.
The University of Regina has more than 14,200 full-time and part-time students who attended during 2010-11 as well as 406 full-time faculty, 865 permanent staff and approximately 1,300 term or casual employees. The university has 10 faculties and 25 academic departments which have established reputations for excellence and innovative programs leading to bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees.
Established in 1827, the University of Toronto has one of the strongest research and teaching faculties in North America, presenting top students at all levels with an intellectual environment unmatched in depth and breadth on any other Canadian campus. With more than 75,000 students across three campuses (St. George, Mississauga and Scarborough) and over 450,000 alumni active in every region of the world, U of T's influence is felt in every area of human endeavour.
Founded in 1878, The University of Western Ontario is one of Canada's oldest universities. Combining more than 1,350 faculty members and more than 30,000 students, the university has established itself as a globally recognized destination for academic excellence and leadership development achieved through learning and research.
The University of Windsor is a public comprehensive and research university, with 16,000 full-time graduate and undergraduate students.
York University is a leading interdisciplinary research and teaching university in Canada. The third largest university in the country, York is host to a dynamic academic community of 55,000 students and 7,000 faculty and staff, as well as 250,000 alumni worldwide.
Eluta is a search engine that specializes in just one thing: finding new job announcements at employers across Canada. Our goal is to create a searchable database of every new job opportunity in the nation. As a vertical search engine, Eluta monitors new job announcements at tens of thousands of employers across Canada every day. Whenever an employer posts a new job on its website, Eluta adds the position to our searchable database. Once added, jobs on Eluta are searchable by keyword and location. An Advanced Search option lets you find new job announcements in other interesting ways, including by occupation and industry. Eluta.ca is the official job search engine of the Canada's Top 100 Employers competition.
Now in its 18th edition, The Career Directory profiles Canada's best employers for recent college and university graduates. The Directory reviews hundreds of employers with outstanding entry-level recruiting programs and includes a detailed Educational Index to match degrees and diplomas with employers that seek people with specific qualifications. The Directory also includes valuable inside information on each employer, such as starting salaries, vacation allowance and benefits eligibility.
Maytree is a private Canadian charitable foundation established in 1982, committed to reducing poverty and inequality in Canada and to building strong civic communities. Maytree seeks to accomplish its objectives by identifying, supporting and funding ideas, leaders and leading organizations that have the capacity to make change and advance the common good. Maytree is our partner on the annual Best Employers for New Canadians competition.
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