Number of Students
Around 24,000 (Among the student population is about 270 international students from some 50 countries).
Niagara College offers over 85 academic and career training programs leading to undergraduate degrees, diplomas, certificates as well as graduate certificate and university transfer options in Applied Research, Arts, Business and Entrepreneurship, Communications and Information Technology, Culinary Arts, Environment, Foundation Studies, Health and Community Studies, Horticulture and Agribusiness, Hospitality and Tourism, Integrated Manufacturing and Skills Training, Policing, and Science. The College has more than 21 co-operative education opportunities, 7 apprenticeships, and 3 skills-training options. Also provided are the 4-year Bachelor of Applied Business in Hospitality Operations Management, offered in collaboration with George Brown College, which includes 2 paid co-op work terms, and the 4-year Bachelor of Applied Technology, which includes three paid co-op work terms. In excess of 400 courses and programs are available through the College’s Continuing Education department in a wide array of credit, general interest, and vocational areas of study; offerings of the Continuing Education department are taught on a part-time basis, usually in the evening or on weekends.
Niagara College is home to the world-renowned Institute of Culinary Arts and School of Hospitality and Tourism as well as one of Canada’s foremost programs in Policing.