Humber is one of 12 pioneer colleges in North America. Located in the city of Toronto, Humber is recognized by the Ontario government as a leading and innovative post-secondary and higher education institution in Ontario.

More than 180 academic programs in 40 areas of study, students will have considerable flexibility in the study of certificates, colleges, universities, or graduate programs. Humber College ranks first in the award of university degrees in the fields of business, tourism, film and media, design, health care.

Currently Humber has over 30,000 full time students, 23,000 part-time students, nearly 3,800 international students from more than 100 countries around the world.

More than 91% of Humber’s students find work after 6 months of graduation and 94% of employers are satisfied with Humber graduates.

The Humber North campus, with its modern and friendly atmosphere, is just an hour’s drive from the center of the entertainment district. Humber Lakeshore offers stunning views of 19th-century buildings. and Humber Orangeville is a new building and one hour drive north west of Toronto.

In particular, Humber College is on the CES priority list.

Time enrollment:

+ Beginning English courses: January, March, June, September, October.

+ Primary courses: January, May and September

Programs and Courses:

English ELP: students who do not have enough English for the main course can register for courses at 8 levels (8 weeks per level).

College program (transfer to university):

+ IELTS 6.0 (no subject under 5.0), TOEFL iBt> 80

University program:

+ TOEFL iBT> 84 or IELTS: 6.5 (none under 6.0)

 Post – graduate program:

+ University degree

+ TOEFL iBT> 88 or IELTS: 6.5 (none under 6.0)

Tuition and other expenses:

Application Fee: CAD 75 (Non-Refundable)

Fees: 14,000-16,000 CAD .

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