[WORLDKINGS] Top 100 most famous vocational schools in the world (P. 27) Georgian College (Canada): The forefont institution of Canada's educational innovation and social improvement


(Worldkings.org) Georgian College is Canada's largest college with a co-op program. Therefore, the percentage of students who have a job after studying and graduating at the school accounts for the highest rate compared to other colleges in the region.

Georgian College is one of Canada's highest-ranked Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology, dedicated to providing students with a comprehensive program of skills-based courses and vocational training. across many areas of expertise. The school offers courses and degrees at a variety of study levels, from vocational training to college certificates, bachelor's and graduate certificates.



Founded in 1967, Georgian College has provided a high-quality, hands-on education for more than 50 years, and currently teaches approximately 13,000 full-time students, including a vibrant community of 4,500 international students, representing more than 85 countries around the globe.

Courses are distributed across the university's seven campuses in Ontario. The largest campus is located in Barrie, a modern and growing city with a population of approximately 150,000, nestled between the shores of Lake Simcoe and Georgian Bay. All of these campuses are within easy reach of the state capital, Toronto.


The school is known for its quality of education with highly regarded training programs in areas such as automotive business, business and management, computer science, community safety, design and visual arts, engineering technology and environmental studies, health and welfare, tourism, hospitality and leisure, human services, liberal arts education, vernacular, and marine studies. Georgian College fosters a strong entrepreneurial culture and boasts one of the highest graduate employment rates in Ontario.



Over the past 20 years, Georgian College has consistently achieved a higher graduate employment rate than the provincial average, with 89.7% of its graduates finding employment or continuing on to a full-time program in six months after graduation. The school maintains strong relationships with job providers and professional organizations in the region. In addition, the school is also a pioneer in provincial co-op initiatives, with the highest percentage of students applying for paid co-op work in the system. colleges in Ontario.

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