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Make your move to Humber

By Sophie
Make your move to Humber

Humber is one of the leaders in postsecondary education in Canada. More than 3000 international students study at Humber each year. Join them (and our 17,000 other students) and see why you’ll be glad you made the move.

We are:

  • A public institution, accredited by the Ontario Ministry of Education and founded in 1967 in Toronto, Canada
  • One of only twelve Vanguard Learning Colleges in North America (selected for our excellence in education)
  • One of only three colleges to be designated by the government of Ontario as an Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning
  • A comprehensive institution, offering more than 155 certificates, diplomas, bachelor’s degrees, and postgraduate certificates
  • A recognized leader in education in Canada

Humber Programs

  • Every program blends theory and practical experience
  • Every program is developed by a team of experts from education and the workplace
  • The majority of programs offer a work placement component to provide you with “real world” knowledge prior to graduation
  • World-wide university transfer options are available from many programs
  • English for Academic Purposes (EAP) and Summer Language Programs which teach you the English skills you need to succeed in further education

Humber’s performance

Graduate satisfaction rate:
2nd in the GTA, Higher than the GTA average
Student satisfaction rate:
Highest in the GTA for teaching & learning
Employer satisfaction rate: 92.4
Graduate employment rate:
1st in the GTA, Higher than the GTA and Provincial average

Programs: Diplomas, Degrees, Postgraduate Certificates

More than 150 full-time programs from one to four years in duration , 40 fields of study, 16 degree programs and growing, 8 academic schools. Typically four or six semesters long (approximately two or three years), focusing on a particular career goal or direction.


Bachelor’s Degrees:

Four years in length, combining traditional liberal arts courses with career-focused skills and information.


English for Academic Purposes:

Need to upgrade your English skills for further studies? Our program was designed specifically to allow you to improve your academic English skills.


International Admissions:

With so many programs to choose from, we’re sure that Humber has the right one for you. See our website for more details on the admissions process.


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