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Humber College - North

Country

Toronto , Canada

Overall Ranking

5668 in Webomatrics - World

Fees

Varies

Overview

  • Humber College is a reputed public college imparting education to students since 1967. It has three campuses in Canada; Humber College – North is in Toronto, Ontario. It offers programs like bachelor degree, post-graduation, diploma, certificate, etc. Humber College – North has a diverse, comprehensive, and student-friendly education system. 
  • Every year it educates 33,000+ students; out of those, 6,500 approximately are international students. More than 200+ programs in various disciplines like arts, science, business, engineering, health science, law, etc. are there. 
  • It has an exclusive faculty and team members, with state-of-art technology to train students to international standards in a multicultural system. This benefits students to compete in the corporate world and easily adapt to multi-ethnicity. They have a wide network of 20 varsities and 50+ clubs and mentors worldwide for enriching the study and training program preparing for the corporate world. They have many partners who are leading respective fields to link the students' theoretical knowledge with the practical world. The diverse learning program offers research projects, internships, and placement to hit career goals. 
  • Humber College – North fee per year is CAD 16,059, cost of living is CAD 12,960, and application fee is CAD 75. The bachelor's degree is four years, and other degrees range from 0.6 to 2 years in respective fields. More than 75% of Humber College – North students get placements within six months of passing out due to the exclusive training efficacy. It has on-campus, off-campus, and online programs so that every student can get an opportunity to study over here. 
  • Due to international education standards and a wide network, placement facility students prefer to get admitted to this college. It has a moderate acceptance rate; however, students must secure IELTS Score - 6.0 to 7.0, TOEFL p-BT Score - 550 to 600, or PTE Score - 53-64.
About the University

Year of establishment

1967

Also Known as

Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning

Total Students

27000

Total International Students

6500

Size of Campus

250 acres

International Students Website

https://international.humber.ca/

Humber College - North Ranking

Ranking Provider
Rank

Webomatrics - World

5668

Webomatrics - National

74

Popular Courses Offered

UG Diploma /Certificate /Associate Degree

Music, Introduction to Commercial Jazz Music - Trumpet

Duration

N/A

Tutiton Fees

1,231,050

UG Diploma /Certificate /Associate Degree

Massage Therapy

Duration

N/A

Tutiton Fees

1,231,050

Eligibility

 

To be eligible for admission to your desired courses, you must meet the below-mentioned academic requirements:

 

  • Minimum 70% required in high school
  • English language proficiency test

 

English language proficiency requirements are: 

 

Candidates must submit proof of the following academic and English language proficiency requirements: 
 

Exam

Most Programs 

Bachelor of Nursing 

TOEFL (i-BT)

84 (with no single test score below 21)

100 (with no single test score below 21)

TOEFL (p-BT)

560 or higher

600 or higher

IELTS

6.5 (with no single test score below 6.0)

7.0 (with no single test score below 6.5)

CAEL

Overall band score of 60 and Writing 60

N/A

 

Admission Process

 

International students should follow the below steps to seek admission at Humber College - North:

 

Step 1: Choose a programme and double-check its availability.

 

Step 2: Proof of Academic standing

 

Step 3: Additional programme requirements like,

  • Portfolio
  • Audition
  • Letter of Intent
  • References 

 

Step 4: Review tuition and fee schedule

 

Step 5: Allow the time for processing

 

Step 6: After acceptance,

  • Confirm the interest in studying in the college
  • Pay the tuition fee
  • Apply for a student permit using Student Direct Stream Program
  • Upload Letter of Introduction
  • Attend orientation
  • Virtual passport

 

Step 7: Submit documents 

  • One of the credentials listed below with a minimum grade of 70 or above in required program subjects: 
    • All India Senior School Certificate/Higher Secondary School Certificate 
    • Year 12 State Board Exams 
    • Include transcripts for any post-secondary courses or programs completed
  • English proficiency test results

Accommodation

 

On-Campus Accommodation

 

Living on campus will surely be one of the most rewarding and unforgettable experiences of your life. It will allow you to study, grow, and challenge yourself outside the classroom.

 

1. North Residence

 

The two residential buildings on Humber's North Campus include:

  • Traditional Single Rooms 
  • Suite Style accommodation (priority will be given to returning residents).

The entire neighbourhood of Humber North has all the amenities on-site. The Residence has three interconnected residence buildings with space for more than 1,000 students, and it is situated beside the lovely Humber Arboretum.

 

2. Lakeshore Residence

 

The Lakeshore Campus living hall at Humber has:

  • Suite Style accommodation
     

The Lakeshore Campus, located west of downtown Toronto, features picturesque lakefront parkland, bike routes, and historic buildings.

 

For more information, visit: https://humber.ca/residence/ 

Placements

 

Humber programmes provide students with unique chances for work-integrated learning as they prepare for their future jobs. Through a variety of academic, community, and industrial relationships, students apply what they've learned in class to real-world situations. Field placements, practicums, clinical placements, co-operative education work periods, internships, applied research projects, and service-learning are examples of work-integrated and experiential learning possibilities. 

 

Workplace Advantages

 

  • Real-world experience and increased employment chances
  • Students acquire relevant on-the-job work experience in addition to academic credits, and many of them find potential job possibilities after graduation.
  • People skills development and personal maturity enhancement are examples of social skills.
  • Transitions from academia to paid work are more seamless.
  • Students are better prepared with self-marketing skills and job-search techniques.
  • Students who have participated in work placements report greater pay and overall job satisfaction when they enter the workforce.

 

Workplace Assistance

 

  • Expertise, direction, and resources are all available.
  • Self-assessment
  • Preparing your resume and cover letter
  • Mock interviews with industry specialists are part of the interview strategy.
  • Branding strategies for professionals (i.e. LinkedIn)
  • Opportunities and tactics for networking
    Techniques for researching and interpreting relevant and current information about vocations and the labour market, as well as job search advice
  • Special events, guest speakers, workshops and information sessions relating to job seeking
  • Opportunities for volunteering, placement, and employment
  • Supporting domestic students seeking overseas work experience and assisting international students in their employment search in Canada

 

 

Criteria for Paid Work Term

 

  • The Paid Work Term is 14 weeks long and lasts 420 hours. It takes place over the summer before Semester 7. (between years 3 and 4)
  • The placement must be relevant to the curriculum and degree programme.
  • The student is responsible for understanding and following the requirements of the Paid Work Term component of the programme.
  • Students are assisted by Placement Advisors in securing their placements.
  • One-on-one employment coaching and job search strategy sessions are available in the Business Career Development Class.
  • Students and employers receive ongoing support while they are on the job.

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Is the Humber College - North good for international students?

Humber College - North has a total of 27000 students, including 6500 international students. Since international students constitute 24 % of international students of the total strength, the university is popular amongst foreign students.

Where is the Humber College - North located?

Humber College - North is located in Toronto , Canada

What is the campus size of Humber College - North?

Humber College - North has a campus size of 250 acres. This is bigger than the average university campuses in the city.

Does the Humber College - North go by any other name?

Humber College - North is also popularly known as Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning.

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