Canada, Alberta

Medicine Hat College is a public college located in the beautiful city of Medicine Hat, Alberta. Founded in 1965, the college receives about 6000 students every year of which 58% of the students are females. The college receives international students each year of which 31% of the students  in the 2018-19 were from India. The college offers more than 35 certificate, diploma, and bachelor's degree in subjects of Art and Design, Business Management, Nursing, Education and many more. The college also provides degrees with a university transfer option to students in partnership with institutions like the University of Calgary and Mount Royal University. The college’s main motto is to guide students mentally and socially.

Campus Life

Medicine Hat College has two campuses. The main campus is in Medicine Hat city and the other one is known as the Brooks Campus which offers courses in  social work, health care and many certificate and diploma courses. The college has advanced research amenities which include a 3-D printer, driving simulators and high-fidelity mannequins. The college ensures that the students and visitors feel safe in the campus by providing them top-notch campus safety and security services. The college also provides services like personal guidance counseling, technology support and much more to guide students to achieve their academic goals. The college also extends acceptance and support towards diversity as they celebrate MHC pride week.

Noted Alumni

Medicine Hat College has a strong alumni network of graduates who stay connected. Some notable alumni names are Tara Chisholm who is the head coach of Canada's national ice hockey team, Ronnie Burkett who is a famous puppeteer and Glen Motz who is a famous politician.