Canada, Ontario

Established in 1967, in Kitchener, Ontario Conestoga College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning is a public college serving more than 40000 students via a variety of programs. Conestoga educates students through campuses and training centers in Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge, Guelph, Stratford, Ingersoll, and Brantford. It is the only college in Ontario that provides a maximum number of academic and workforce development courses which range from Full-Time, Part-time, Open, Degree, Diploma, Graduation, Post-graduation, Accelerated, Continuous, and Trade & Apprenticeship Programmes. Conestoga College provides education to its students through its 11 schools which are the School of Business, Creative Industries, Engineering & Technology, Health & Life Sciences, Applied Computer Science & Information Technology, Hospitality & Culinary Arts, Language & Communication Studies, etc.

Campus Life

The students of Conestoga College are provided with the best facilities in the lab and the latest research equipment. It is believed that the college houses around 7000 international students. The other facilities provided by the college are bookstores, library services, and housing facilities for international students. The housing has all the amenities like kitchen, microwave, fridge, freezer, television, and Wi-Fi facilities. Students are also provided guidance and feedback via career advice, career events, services like soft skill development program and resume, cover letter building. Students interested in the field of entrepreneurship are provided with a lot of support for their business growth, productivity, and funding. Conestoga College also provides financial help to its students through scholarships, bursaries. The college owns a Student Recreation center with a gymnasium, fitness centers, running track, and health and wellness centers. Students have a sports complex where they play badminton, basketball, indoor soccer, rugby, outdoor soccer, volleyball, and softball.

Noted Alumni

A long list of alumni of the college includes Jonny Staub, a radio and television personality, Will Ferguson, a politician in Ontario, among many others.