The COVID-19 pandemic has changed just about everything, including the way we learn.
With that in mind, we sat down with representatives from seven of Canada’s top post-secondary ApplyBoard partner schools for a series of candid conversations about studying online in Canada. We asked these schools what they’re doing to ensure student success and why now is the perfect time to pursue post-secondary education.
These conversations explore:
- How institutions adapted to online or hybrid learning
- How students studying online are accessing their course materials, including lectures and textbooks
- What the feedback has been from students
- What support services are available for students studying online
- What deadlines students need to meet to begin studying this Winter
Watch the videos below to learn why you should consider moving forward with your studies this Winter!
An undergraduate and teaching-focused university, Algoma University keeps classes small to ensure students have plenty of opportunities to participate, ask questions, and receive quality feedback. In addition to its main campus in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Algoma has an additional campus in Brampton.
Based in Montréal, Quebec, Canada’s “culture capital,” Canada College has been educating students from across Canada and around the world for decades. Since its establishment, the school has focused on excellence in language and technical skills instruction.
CDI College offers students from around the world affordable higher education opportunities at campuses across Canada, including Laval, Longueuil, Montréal, Pointe-Claire, and St. Leonard. Students can choose from a wealth of exciting programs, including business, technology, and healthcare.
Toronto’s very first community college, Centennial College offers degree programs in business, communication, engineering technology, and more. There are six state-of-the-art campuses scattered in and around Toronto (Ashtonbee, Downsview, Eglinton Learning Site, Morningside, Progress, and Story Arts Centre) and one in Pickering.
A comprehensive college serving the greater London, Ontario, region, Fanshawe College offers students flexible learning arrangements and experiential education opportunities that have been developed in response to labour market needs. In addition to the Main Campus, there are also Airport, Downtown, London South Campus, Simcoe, St. Thomas, and Woodstock campuses.
Georgian College offers students more than 130 market-driven programs at seven campuses across Ontario (Barrie, Design and Digital Arts Centre, Midland, Orangeville, Orillia, Owen Sound, and South Georgian Bay). The school is known for attracting the best partnerships with local and international employers.
Seneca College offers students partnerships with industry leaders, the latest in hands-on technology, a variety of class sizes, and full-time, part-time, and continuing education options. In addition to its main campus, Newnham Campus, there are campuses throughout the Greater Toronto Area, including King Campus, Seneca at York Campus, Seneca International Academy, and Yorkgate Campus.