108 University Avenue East, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada | Public University | Established 1967
Conestoga College - Waterloo is a leader in polytechnic education and one of Ontario's fastest growing colleges, delivering a full range of career-focused education, training and applied research programs to prepare students for success in the new knowledge economy and promote economic prosperity throughout our region and across Ontario.
Established in 1967, Conestoga now serves approximately 23,000 registered students through campuses and training centres in Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge, Guelph, Stratford, Ingersoll and Brantford and is a provincial leader in apprenticeship training. Continuing education programs attract approximately 30,000 enrolments each year.
Conestoga delivers more than 200 career-focused programs, and has more degree offerings than any other college outside of the GTA, including Ontario’s only college-based, accredited engineering degrees.
This comprehensive range of programming meets the needs of a variety of learners, providing multiple entry points and established pathways to ensure that individuals across the community can access the education they need for their chosen careers. Articulation agreements with colleges and universities around the world provide students with ready access to additional post-secondary opportunities.
The Waterloo campus, located at its present site on University Avenue since 2006, provides a range of programs related to skilled trades and culinary arts training as well as academic upgrading, English Language Studies and career-focused programs. New additions to the campus include the Roofing Skills Training Centre and HRAC (Heating, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning) Training Centre, both opened in 2010. Other campus facilities include a dedicated Masonry Centre and Bloom, a full-service restaurant operated by Conestoga’s hospitality and culinary students.
Why Conestoga College - Waterloo
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