Post-secondary Programs

Skills Canada: The Olympics for trades students

College students from around the world compete for medals, which shine on the resumes of these Canadian winners

How to write a Canadian musical

Sheridan College’s incubator for homegrown musicals has built something ‘rare and wonderful’

How to play the bells on Parliament Hill

Canada’s only carillon students get to practise Friday afternoons in Ottawa’s Peace Tower

Paralegal training offers ‘running start’ for aspiring lawyers

Law clerks provide affordable services under the supervision of a lawyer—and can still earn as much as $90,000 a year

How to teach Indigenous self-government

Self-government doesn’t come without hitches, but Yukon College’s students dream big

Meet the intern who sailed from Gibraltar to Canada

Filing papers and getting coffee? Not quite. Liam Burke spent an internship at sea

Robot-ready grads take mechatronics at Humber

98% of grads get jobs by June and earn about $50,000 to start

What a college student looks like

It’s not a straight line from shop class to college anymore. 44% of Ontario students already have post-secondary education when they enroll.

Seneca’s CDOT offers the code to success

Ali Al Dallal’s incredible journey begins in Iraq, includes Bangkok and Toronto, and ends at Mozilla

The Canadian at the centre of Wimbledon

Olds College grad Grant Cantin’s handiwork is seen by a billion people who tune in to the world’s pre-eminent tennis match

Ski and learn in the Selkirk Mountains

At Selkirk College, you can graduate from ski bum to resort manager, and get paid to do what you love

A Montreal hotel run by students

Hospitality students are at your beck and call at the ITHQ, a Montreal school funded by the Quebec government