Humber College - Lakeshore

2 Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive, Toronto, Ontario, Canada | Public University | Established 1967

About us

Humber College's unique model of polytechnic education combines the career-focused theory and hands-on learning employers want. They offer a broad range of credentials including bachelor's degrees, diplomas, certificates and postgraduate certificates — and will help students chart the best path towards their goals.

Humber has a reputation for being one of Canada’s most diverse, comprehensive, and exciting colleges—a leader in postsecondary education that offers something for everyone. With 33,000 full-time students including over 6,500 international students pursuing bachelor’s degrees, diplomas, and postgraduate certificates in 180 programs, Humber is the largest college in Canada with two beautiful, state-of-the art campuses. It's programs provide students with the opportunity to learn through a balance of theoretical and practical knowledge with a focus on incorporating current industry trends and teaching practical problem-solving skills. From 20 varsity teams, 50+ student clubs, mentorship programs, and global opportunities for an enriching study or work experience, Humber College is committed to your success in all aspects of your life. With their diverse experiential learning opportunities ranging from placements, internships, applied research projects and more, students will be even closer to their dream career by the time they graduate.

Why Humber College - Lakeshore

  • Campus: Located just west of Toronto on the shore of Lake Ontario, the Lakeshore campus offers beautiful historic architecture, modern conveniences and lots of ways to connect with nature. It also has a library and a variety of eating establishments; hiking, walking and biking trails; is minutes from downtown and on the Toronto public transit line; close to cultural attractions of Toronto including the Air Canada Centre, Rogers Centre, clubs, theatres, the Royal Ontario Museum, the Art Gallery of Ontario, CN Tower, Ontario Place and Harbourfront; listen to jazz and other concerts in the performing arts centre; attend live theatre and comedy shows; features the LEED-Silver certified Lakeshore Commons building, featuring airy, open common areas and workspaces, computer labs, multi-media production suites, an art gallery and a cafeteria.

 

  • Work-integrated learning: In addition to academic classroom study, students also have the opportunity to work with professionals in their field and gain real-world experience through work-integrated learning. Depending on their program, a students options can include field placements, co-ops, internships, or collaborating with Humber faculty and industry partners on applied research projects. These hands-on and direct work experiences help bridge the gap between classroom and industry and prepare students with invaluable job experience before they graduate.

 

  • Location: Toronto is not only Canada’s economic and cultural hub, but it is also an internationally recognized centre for business, research and innovation, health sciences, media and the arts. No matter what area of study you choose, there are excellent opportunities to establish your career, make industry contacts and learn from world-leading professionals and organizations. Toronto is also a safe, accessible and vibrant city with lots to do and experience. Downtown is just a short ride away by public transit, with attractions like the CN Tower, major league sports, concerts, museums and Toronto’s exciting food scene.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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