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News Releases - 2012
The Ontario Jobs and Prosperity Council has made a number of important recommendations to ensure more people get access to career-specific post-secondary education and training, Ontario’s colleges said today.
First-year enrolment in Ontario's colleges hit its highest level ever this year, increasing by 4.9 per cent over the previous year. More than 123,000 students are enrolled in first-year programs at the province's 24 colleges.
Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist and author Thomas L. Friedman and bestselling author Irshad Manji will be among the featured speakers at this year’s Higher Education Summit in Toronto.
The Ontario government must permit colleges to offer three-year degrees, says a submission to the government from the province’s 24 colleges.
Industry leaders will speak at a June 25 breakfast at the MaRS Centre in Toronto about the important work that colleges and industry are doing to improve innovation and productivity in the province.
New statistics show 83 per cent of Ontario college graduates found jobs within six months of graduation, despite the difficult economy.
The province's Commission on the Reform of Ontario's Public Services has produced a report that reaffirms the importance of focusing on higher education and student success, Ontario colleges said today.
A new online contest that tests Ontario high school students' knowledge of college will lead to one school winning a great party this spring.
Ontario's colleges are pleased that the government has delivered on an election promise to provide a 30 per cent tuition rebate to college and university students.