Studying in Canada with reasonable budget
Meet and discuss with the school's representative to be find out how to study in Canada with reasonable budget.
Time: 10h-11h Friday, January 29th 2015
Venue: IDP office, Star Building 33 Mac Dinh chi, district 1
Business and Hospitality
Engineering and Information Technology
Health & Life Sciences and Community Services
Media & Design
Trades and Apprenticeship
Student Population: 9,500
Average Class Size: Less than 30 students per class
International Students on Campus: 550
Countries Represented: 45
Housing Available: On campus residence
Why Choose Conestoga?
1. Conestoga is the fastest growing college in Ontario
2. Conestoga offers over 110 full-time certificate, diploma, degree and postgraduate programs, including 35 co-op programs
3. Conestoga has 9500 full-time students including 550 international students from over 45 countries
4. Our grads are 'ready for hire', loaded with the knowledge and skills needed to succeed. An astounding 88.4% graduate employment rate – the highest of all Ontario Colleges since 1999
5. Outstanding Educational and Sports Facilities
6. Conestoga keeps up with the times. As new technologies emerge, new innovative programs take shape.
7. A parent's "dream of a degree" can start at Conestoga. Enroll in a diploma program then bridge into one of our excellent college degrees or take advantage of our university articulation agreements. This path is far less expensive and you'll have two credentials upon graduation!
8. Our applied degrees give students the theory of university and the hands-on skill that colleges are famous for.
9. Conestoga reflects the diversity of the Waterloo Region. We are proud to have a campus community that is respectful, welcoming and inclusive to all. Our Respect Campaign encourages courtesy and respect.
10. Conestoga is located in the Technology Triangle of Canada.
News regarding scholarships
The Conestoga International Office is pleased to announce a commitment of more than $100,000 to new and continued scholarships for international students. A number of new scholarships will be offered beginning in 2016/17 to help make education more affordable for our students from around the world. These scholarships will also serve to recognize the excellence of those students who add value to the college community.
International Student Awards and Scholarships
The Narhari Sharma Memorial Award Nomination
Submit a nomination in the Winter Semester before February 19, 2016.
Mr. Narhari Sharma was a symbol of love, wisdom, strength, vision, courage and selflessness. He was gentle soul who lived to help others; had an amazing thought process and was a true leader. Education and equality were two of his key values. This award was created to recognize a student who demonstrates the following qualities:
• wisdom, strength, vision, courage and selflessness
• true leadership through innovation
• going out of his/her way to help others achieve their goals
• Conestoga College reserves the right to limit the number and value of scholarships available.
• All applicants must be registered as an international student, be a citizen of a country other than Canada and hold a valid study permit for the period of study.
• All scholarships are applied to the student’s tuition account.
• Only the successful candidates will be notified of results.
• The International Office Selection Committee will make all final selections.
International Student Supports
Conestoga College and the International Education Office offer comprehensive support services to all international students.
Our goal is to help you to become familiar with the college and the community and know what services are available to you from the time you are accepted until after you graduate.
The International Office is your main point of contact for any help you need, including pre-departure information on housing and arrivals, health insurance and accessing the many services on and off-campus:
• Airport Pick-up
• guard.me Health Insurance
• International Education Office Staff (student advisors)
• Learning Commons [Peer Tutoring, Writing, Math, Virtual Learning Commons, Learning Skills]
• Counselling Services
• Student Life
• Conestoga Students Inc.
• Accessibility Services
• Health Services
• IT Services
• Library Resource Centre
• Security and Parking
• Cost of Living in Canada
• Public Transit (Grand River Transit buses)
• Citizenship and Immigration Canada
• Scholarships for International Students