GOING TO A UNIVERSITY OR COLLEGE IN MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO
Thinking about going to College in Mississauga?
Ontario is bigger than you might think, and there are choices to be made if you’re thinking of studying here. We’ve broken down your Ontario educational options by city in order to make things easier.
This page contains a list of the Universities, Community Colleges, Career Colleges, Christian Colleges and Online Colleges serving Mississauga students. Just click on the school name to see a profile containing contact information, program facts, tuition and fees, affiliation and accreditation, buildings and facilities, admissions, information on student enrollment, and much more.
By looking around at the different institutions that are available you can see whether a college or university in Mississauga is right for you.
Mississauga colleges and universities have it all.
Whether you're looking for something small, big, research-based, teaching-based, general, discipline-specific, rural, urban, full-time, part-time, religious, secular, English, French (or both), northern, southern, coastal or prairie, from sea to sea there's a university in Mississauga for you. And their programs are as diverse as their students, with options including 3- and 4-year degrees, 1- to 2-year diplomas and certificates, co-op terms and international exchange in fields from Aboriginal studies to zoology.
With unique regional- and cultural-specific programming as well as everything you need for life and work in a global culture, Canada's internationally-recognized universities can prepare you to achieve your goals. So dream big! Canada's universities are ready for it.
In The Spotlight
Conestoga College School of Engineering and Information Technology The School of Engineering and Information Technology at Conestoga College (Conestoga) offers interesting and challenging programs leading to exciting careers ...
Based on a survey of both sexes in 2001 and 2006. The Median age for residents of Mississauga Ontario is 41.
The employment level in Mississauga is the number of persons who, during the week (Sunday to Saturday) prior to Census Day, did any work at all for pay or in self-employment or without pay in a family farm, business or professional practice; or, were absent from their job or business, with or without pay, for the entire week because of a vacation, an illness, a labour dispute at their place of work, or any other reasons.
The Mississauga labour force refers to those persons who were either employed or unemployed during the week (Sunday to Saturday) prior to Census Day.
In The Spotlight
Concordia University Faculty of Fine Arts The Faculty has nine departments: Art Education, Art History, Cinema, Contemporary Dance, Creative Arts Therapies (graduate programs only), Design and ...