Canadore College
Canadore College was established in 1967 as a branch of Cambrian College in Sudbury. It gained independence in 1972. Canadore College currently provides around 170 certificates and diplomas, as well as over 357 courses. Students can major in Aviation Technology, Business and Management, Community Justice and Police Studies, Culinary Arts, Environmental Studies and Biotechnology, Language, and other fields.

Cost of attendance

Canadore College's average tuition fee is CAD 14,667.52, which is about 8.53 lakhs. An international student's projected cost of living in Canada is 25,000 CAD per year, or approximately 14.54 lakhs.


Students can choose between on-campus and off-campus housing. International students can only stay on the North Bay campus, which has a capacity of 675 students. The annual residency charge is 7,600 CAD on average. Students in traditional-style residence halls choose the All Access Meal Plan, whereas students in suite-style residence complexes choose the Reduced Meal Plan. The typical off-campus cost of living in Canada for a student ranges from 15,000 CAD to 20,000 CAD, depending on lifestyle and preferences. This varies from province to province in Canada.

Acceptance rate

The institution has 3500 students registered, with around 750 of them being international students. Canadore College has a 70% acceptance rate, making it a fairly competitive university.


Canadore College has three sites in North Bay: the Aviation Campus, the Commerce Court, and the Education Centre. In addition, the College has a new campus in Parry Sound, Ontario, between Barrie and Sudbury. The college's Harris Learning Library is one of the largest among the libraries in the Ontario college system. Students can spend their free time enjoying the free gym service, fitness centre, ski trails, walking trails, and other amenities. The College is an active member of the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) and has developed over 40 recreational programmes on campus with the help of the Panther Athletic Council (PAC).


The Language Programs are accredited by Languages Canada and the Nursing Programs are accredited by Canadian Association Of Schools Of Nursing. Also, the other programs are accredited by Human Resources Professionals Association Of Ontario.

Jobs and Placement

Canadore College offers its students a variety of job search websites, job programmes, and job groups through which they can participate and find work prospects in Canada. A Canadore College graduate's annual salary is expected to be over 70,000 CAD. Over 70% of graduates are employed full-time, with the remaining 10% pursuing additional education. The institute also hosts a number of workshops and meetups to provide candidates with chances. Six months after graduation, 89.3 percent of Canadore College alumni find work in their field.

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