825 Memorial Avenue, Orillia, Ontario, Canada | Public University | Established 1967
Established in 1967, Georgian is currently celebrating over 50 years of innovation in education. Georgian College is one of 24 publicly funded Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology in Ontario. Known for attracting the best partnerships with local and international employers and for providing industry with highly skilled graduates to sustain and grow their operations. At Georgian, they work together with industry and community partners to offer relevant, cutting-edge curriculum, quality work placements and co-op work experiences with top employers. Their students graduate with entrepreneurial mindsets and are ready to think, create, lead and do. Georgian also has one of the highest graduate employment rates among Ontario colleges - 89.7% of alumni found work within six months of graduation, well above the provincial average, which has been exceeded for 20 years (2018-19 KPIs).
At Georgian College they accelerate success through exceptional teaching and learning, innovation and partnerships. Their mission is to inspire innovation, transform lives and connect communities through the power of education. They value excellence, community, engagement, integrity, inclusion and sustainability.
Why Georgian College
Campus Life: The Orillia Campus offers a variety of programs, all the amenities of a larger campus, as well as a friendly environment. Students have access to a fitness centre, cafeteria, pub and restaurant, and theatre. Orillia is known as the Sunshine City and is the gateway to Ontario’s cottage country, with nearby golf courses, lakes and ski hills. In town, you’ll find a great market, restored opera house and Casino Rama Resort – where world-class concerts are held year-round.
Facilities: Interactive counselling labs; Community impact lab; Multi-disciplinary lab; Use-of-force room; Veterinary clinic; Videoconferencing classrooms; Meditative labyrinth
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