Conestoga College
Conestoga College, founded in 1967, is one of the best colleges in Canada. It is one of Canada's top 100 schools and has been ranked best in Ontario for course instruction, student placement, and employer satisfaction on multiple occasions. Conestoga College in Ontario is the only college that offers Full-Time, Part-Time, Open, Degree, Diploma, Graduation, Post-Graduation, Accelerated, Continuous, and Trade & Apprenticeship Programs.

Cost of attendance

The average yearly cost of attendance for Undergraduate Programs offered to international students is 651,266 INR per year. The sum may differ depending on the course selected, the type of lodging, and the candidate's own spending habits.


The Doon and Cambridge campuses are both within walking distance of the Conestoga Residence. Our facility is safe 24 hours a day, with secure access to housing sections, shared study areas, and laundry facilities. On-campus living costs about $8,000 on average. A student's off-campus living costs in Canada typically range from 15,000 CAD to 20,000 CAD, depending on lifestyle and preferences. In Canada, this varies from province to province.

Acceptance rate

Every year, Conestoga's expanding network of campuses serves about 55,000 full- and part-time students. More than 8,000 international students from over 80 countries were among the college's varied student population in 2020-21. The university has an admittance rate of 60-70 percent.


Conestoga College's main campus is in Doon Valley, Kitchener. It operates nine academic and training facilities throughout the region. Business, community services, liberal studies, and trades diploma, certificate, and graduate degree programmes are available at the Brantford campus. The Stratford site offers academic advancement, career-focused programmes, and possibilities for continuing education. The Waterloo campus includes a Masonry Center, Roofing Skill Training Center, and HRAC Training Center, as well as a full-service cafeteria. The Ingersoll Training Center is 12,000 square feet in size and offers training programmes in electrical utilities and power-related disciplines, as well as skilled trades programmes.


Conestoga is Ontario's only college, and one of only two in Canada, to provide engineering degree programmes approved by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board.

Jobs and Placement

Conestoga provides a dedicated career service and employment platform for its students, which can assist prospects acquire some of Canada's highest-paying positions. More than 88 percent of graduates are placed within six months of their graduation. Students can use the myCareer portal to see which companies are recruiting on campus and schedule interviews. Conestoga College alumni earn an average of 53,000 CAD per year.

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