Loyalist College, we put you to work
At Loyalist, learning goes beyond the classroom. Enrich your College years with field trips, trade shows, job placements, guest speakers and fun-filled community events where real-world opportunities await. Loyalist students participate in unforgettable experiences — from working with the Ottawa Senators NHL hockey club and writing for the Montreal Gazette to cooking with Chef Michael Stadtländer at the world-renowned Eigensinn Farm. Some of Loyalist’s programs offer international field trips to locations such as Portugal, Paris, New York City, Las Vegas, Florida, Mexico, Switzerland and beyond.
The faculty care about your professional development and do all they can to assist you. At Loyalist, you won’t just be a student ID number or a face in the crowd. You’ll receive individual attention in small classes from teachers who are committed to helping you succeed. With extensive industry experience, faculty members have insight into the latest trends, technologies and business practices. They open doors to valuable workplace connections, industry events, local and international field placements — and quite possibly, to your next job.
Faculty's representative from Loyalist College will meet and discuss with Vietnamese students as following time:
School of study
Business and Management Studies
Health Sciences, Human and Justice Studies; Media, Arts + Design
Applied Sciences, Skills and Technology
4:30 - 6 pm March 31 JW Marriott (Hanoi)
4:30 - 6 pm April 1st JW Marriott (Hanoi)
9 am - 12 pm April 2nd Sofitel Plaza (Hanoi)
9 am - 12 pm April 3rd Sofitel Hotel (HCMC)
3 - 6:30 pm April 4th Novotel Hotel (Danang)
Loyalist’s state-of-the-art Digital Media Centre
This 10,000-square-foot integrated newsroom features video editing suites, television studio, interview booths, audio production booths, and meeting rooms. The Centre is used by several programs in the School of Media, Arts + Design to create content for QNet News, an award-winning online community news service with coverage throughout the Bay of Quinte region, and for the award-winning Pioneer publication.
Loyalist’s Journalism – Online, Print and Broadcast program gives students the opportunity to experience every avenue of the industry and get a well-rounded set of skills in an all-platform newsroom in Loyalist’s Digital Media Centre. Journalism graduates find work as writers, reporters, photographers, editors, freelancers, web content providers, editorial assistants, videographers, program hosts and news anchors.
Sustainable Skills, Technology and Life Sciences Centre
Like never before, demand for workers in the skilled trades is growing. That’s why Loyalist prepares its graduates to meet that challenge with ultra-modern facilities and hands-on training using the latest technology. Our newly equipped Biosciences labs and skilled trades workshops are part of Loyalist’s 121,800-square-foot LEED® Silver certified Sustainable Skills, Technology and Life Sciences Centre. The $16.6-million construction project was made possible through funding from the federal Knowledge Infrastructure Program and matching funds from the provincial government with additional funding from Loyalist Student Government, municipalities and partners in the business community.
Biotechnology plays a critical role in the battles against hunger, disease and pollution. The science is used in developing precision medicines and gene therapies, environmental decontamination to restore polluted spaces and engineering crops to improve yield and nutrition. There is growing demand for skilled technicians, technologists and research assistants in the high-tech economy.
Graduates find opportunities in the Biotechnology sector, including life sciences, health sciences, agriculture, pharmaceuticals, industrial fermentation, industrial hygiene, and bioremediation. They attain roles in research and development, quality control, applied microbiology, regulation and inspection, processing and manufacturing. With a Loyalist diploma, graduates can transfer directly into the second or third year of more than 70 university degree programs in Canada or abroad to expand their employability.
Students in Loyalist’s post-graduate Entrepreneurial Studies — Business Launch program apply the principles of entrepreneurship to develop a scalable, repeatable and successful business model with guidance from experienced faculty and a powerful network of expert advisors and community partners. They graduate with the skills to launch and grow their own start-up in less than a year.
Supply Chain Management – Global Logistics
Before products hit the shelves, there’s a lot of work that goes on behind the scenes — from purchasing materials and coordinating inventory to the distribution of finished goods. As global trade widens and deepens, demand continues to rise for skilled workers in the areas of supply chain logistics and international trade compliance. There's a need for supply chain specialists with the knowledge to facilitate international trade. There are opportunities in retail operations, logistics companies and distribution centres, in both public and private sectors, working as a purchasing agent or officer, inventory specialist, supply chain supervisor or a customs agent, broker or specialist.
The Career Centre
It’s common for students to balance their studies with a part-time job to help pay their way or earn a little pocket money. Our friendly staff in the Career Centre can help you find employment in the community or on campus. You can also drop in and speak with staff for career and education advice, and seek help with your résumé or cover letter.
To learn more about Loyalist College, visit loyalistcollege.com