Located in Ontario in Canada, Confederation College is an applied arts and technology institution which is funded provincially. It was established in the year 1967 during the development of Ontario's college system. Spread across an area of around 550,000 square kilometers, it is the only public institution which services Northwestern Ontario.
The college offers around 60 full-time post-secondary programs along with part-time credit and non-credit courses, pre-employment and skills training programs, specialty programs for business and industry, apprenticeship programs and cooperative/workplace training programs. Each year, the college is reported to enroll around 4,205 part-time post-secondary students, 3,400 full-time post-secondary students, 550 adult training students, and 370 apprentices, as well as many other thousand students, enrolled in continuous education courses. The student body of the university is constituted by a huge population of International and indigenous students. The college also provides financial scholarships, awards, and bursaries to help assist students with their education costs.
Thunder Bay Campus is the college's main campus, which is located on 130 acres of park-like property in Thunder Bay in Ontario. It has beautiful gardens, a river and a network of walking paths. It is home to the college's School of Aviation along with its Student Union offices. Also, Confederation College of Canada has 8 regional campuses that are located in Dryden, Marathon, Sioux Lookout, Fort Frances, Kenora, Red Lake, Geraldton, and Wawa. These campuses of the university offer a wide range of programs in the disciplines of business, engineering, health, and several others.
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- Bachelor of Science in Nursing
- Diploma in Business - Human Resources
- Diploma in Instrumentation Engineering and Control Technician - Process Automation
On campus accommodation available
- Residence facility with availability for 229 students in 1of5 room styles is available.
- The living here eliminates the hassle of utility bills, transportation cost.