HUMBER COLLEGE

Canada, Ontario

Humber College is one of the most renowned polytechnic community colleges of Toronto, Canada which was founded in the year 1967. This public-funded college was initially known as the Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning which was later renamed to Humber College. The college has 3 campuses namely the Orangeville campus, Humber North campus and Lakeshore campus. The college offers more than 180 programs for bachelors, diploma and post-graduate certificates. The campus provides part-time and full-time programs in different specializations such as Health Sciences, Liberal Arts, Applied Technology, Business Management, Tourism and Hospitality etc. The college also has a Fashion Institute, especially for the students who wish to pursue their education in Fashion Designing.

Campus Life

Humber's North and Lakshore campus have residential facilities available for international students. The facilities have surplus amenities such as kitchen, study room, recreational space as well as laundry services. Various on-campus social and cultural recreational activities are promoted by the college as well. Humber ensures that the students remain fit and healthy so they have a fitness center in the North campus which can be accessed by the students easily. The library facility provides students to access a wide range of informational resources.

Noted Alumni

The college pass outs have been successful in achieving their goals in their respective fields as well as inspire other students to create a mark in the society. There are nearly 35 notable Alumni of the Humber college, some of them are Andres Arango (Canadian Soccer player), Nathan Fielder (Comedian and Actor), Michael Brown (Ontario Politician) and Kayt Burgess (Writer).

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