Niagara College of Applied Arts and Technology is a public college within the Niagara region of Canada. It was founded in 1967 at its Welland campus, providing career-focused diploma and certificates in arts and technology programs. It expanded to Niagara-on-the-Lake in 1998 and in 2021 began a partnership with the Toronto School of Management to deliver courses at its campus in Toronto.
There are around 9,000 students at Niagara College, including more than 4,000 international students from over 60 countries. It offers more than 130 certificate, diploma, apprenticeship and degree programs as well as more than 600 credit, vocational and general interest courses.
What is the Niagara College acceptance rate for International Students?
The Niagara College acceptance rate is 92%.
At Niagara College more than $64 million has been invested in the facilities at its campuses. Its career-oriented facilities include Canada’s only teaching winery and distillery as well as a brewery, spa, hair salon, dental clinic and greenhouse, all giving students hands-on experience.
Employability88.1% of Niagara College graduates gain employment within 6 months of graduation and 91% of employers were very satisfied with the graduates that they hired. More than 7000 students from almost 100 programs engage annually in co-op, field placements, internships, learning enterprises, apprenticeships, clinical placements, course-based research, fieldwork. Its Career Services team provides one-on-one assistance and guidance to both students and alumni as well as CV reviews and providing access to exclusive job listings.
As the name suggest, Niagara College’s main campuses are both close to the world-famous Niagara Falls, making it a spectacular place to study. Toronto is also nearby as well as Lake Ontario, Lake Eerie and the border to upstate New York.
Its students have consistently given Niagara College top marks in student satisfaction among Ontario colleges.