Students who want to engage in applied manufacturing research would do well at Mohawk College, which has an resource centre for additive manufacturing that’s the first of its kind in Ontario, and one of only three in the country. Students work with faculty and more than 50 industry partners on projects like dental implant technology—a major research initiative currently under way at the centre.
Mohawk offers a wide range of degree, diploma, certificate, upgrading, continuing education, and apprenticeship programs in areas like health, community services, business, technology, skilled trades and communication arts. It has two main campuses in Hamilton and one in Stoney Creek. Suite-style student residences are available at the main Fennell campus in Hamilton.
The Mohawk-McMaster Institute for Applied Health Sciences in Hamilton is the first facility in the country to house university and college health-education programs under one roof, featuring state-of-the-art learning facilities. It is home to Mohawk’s applied health programs, such as the collaborative nursing degree and medical sciences advanced radiation diploma programs.
Aboriginal youth can spend two weeks during the summer at Mohawk through Project Pathfinder, a mix of college education and cultural awareness. Mohawk offers Aboriginal students support services including academic advising, Aboriginal peer tutoring, elder guidance, and an Aboriginal Centre and Lounge.
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