Centennial College

Centennial College, founded in 1966, is Ontario’s first public college. Anchored primarily in the eastern part of the Greater Toronto Area, the college boasts five campuses and two satellite locations. Renowned for its outstanding teaching, creative curriculum, and robust network of partnerships, Centennial annually welcomes over 40,000 full-time and part-time students from over 130 countries. These students pursue their education in over 400 diploma, certificate, and degree programs across various fields, including business, media, arts, community and consumer services, engineering technology, health care, and transportation.

Centennial College is one of Canada’s Top 50 Research Colleges. Leading Centennial’s applied research, innovation, and entrepreneurship activities is its Centennial Innovates department, delivering and championing high-quality, sustainable innovation activity aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Centennial College’s major innovation areas include digital healthcare, aerospace and advanced manufacturing, transportation, sustainable energy systems, social innovation, data analytics and AI, as well as social and impact entrepreneurship.