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Niagara College - Lake Campus

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School ID: SC010018
Rank: 6,413
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More than 9000 full time students study in over 130 diploma, graduate certificate, apprenticeship and Bachelor’s Degree programs.

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Located in the Heart of the Niagara Region – just minutes from one of the world’s most well-known tourism destinations – Niagara College offers more than 130 innovative programs between our state-of-the-art campuses in Welland and Niagara-on-the-Lake. Together our campuses provide unique living laboratories and top notch facilities that deliver hands-on applied learning opportunities; world-class applied research; and smaller class sizes in an intimate and friendly environment. We also welcome more than 15,000 Part-Time Studies registrants each year, who study in 600+ credit, vocational and general interest programs. Our programs that provide real-world experience and are taught by passionate faculty committed to student success, resulting in a truly one-of-a-kind educational experience. Niagara

College features two campuses located in the Niagara Region, Ontario, Canada. Our campuses have been recently renovated as part of the $65-million campus redevelopment project that has been underway at NC since 2015 – part of our strategy to embrace a transformational shift in learning and support a culture of modernization in our programs and services. Over the span of half a century, Niagara College has become a leader in applied education, and a regional college with global reach. Founded in Welland in 1967, Niagara College now operates from specialized campuses in Welland and Niagara-on-the-Lake. We celebrated our 50th anniversary in 2017-2018. Enjoy a quick snapshot of our history on our 50 Years page

Why choose Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus

This 125-acre campus features ecological lagoons, wetland systems, landscaped gardens and a 40-acre on-campus teaching vineyard. Students and visitors are also offered unique experiences at our on-campus enterprises; The NC Teaching Brewery, Winery, Distillery, NC Teaching Greenhouse and NC Teaching Spa, and Benchmark–a student-led restaurant that showcases food, wine and beer created and prepared by students.

This campus houses the schools of Academic, Liberal and Access Studies; Business and Management; Environmental and Horticultural Studies; Hospitality, Tourism and Sport; Apprenticeship; and the Canadian Food & Wine Institute.

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Avg Cost of Tuition/Year $CAD 14,000
Cost of Living/Year $CAD 11,000
Application Fee $CAD 500
Estimated Total/Year $CAD 25,500

Main majors

  • Arts – Game Design
  • Science – Game Programming
  • Computer Programmer
  • Photography


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