Education in Ontario covers a multitude of levels and subjects in order to meet the needs of both local and international students. International students studying in Ontario can pursue language courses, middle school programs, a high school diploma, a 2- to 3-year community college degree, a 4-year university degree or the advanced study of graduate school. Study options in Ontario include on-campus or online study, full-time or part-time. Educational institutions in Ontario range from the small to the big, and can be private, public, all-girls, all-boys, discipline-specific, career-oriented, Christian, Catholic, secular, English, French (or both), and may be located in rural, urban or northern settings.
Start here to learn about the education system in Ontario, the education experience and resources you can expect, as well as the various kinds of language tests accepted. You'll also find information about universities and colleges in Ontario and how their credentials and courses are recognized worldwide.
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Campus e-tours allow students to view the facilities and student life at featured Universities, Community Colleges and ESL Schools in Canada, giving you the opportunity to see what the schools looks like, as well as facts about the campus, courses, etc. Once you’ve completed your tour you can read the in-depth profile to get more detailed information, or click the Request FREE Info link to request specific information such as scholarships and financial aid directly from that institution.