Universities & Colleges
There are three universities in the area, Carleton University, the University of Ottawa and University de Quebec a Hull and two community colleges, Algonquin College and La Cite Collegiale. Established in 1856, the University of Ottawa is one of the oldest universities in Canada and is the largest bilingual institution in the country. "Ottawa U", as it is known locally, specializes in law and medicine. Carleton University is well-known for its faculties of journalism, architecture and public administration.
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Herzing Career College in Ottawa is part of a regional pilot program to put Human Resources Development Canada job information in local shopping centres and stores. Specifically, we offer free access to the Ottawa Area Labor Information Network. Through computers, students or visitors can access any job listing posted at the local office, and can also access information from other Canadian cities.
The Canadian National Institute of Health (CNIH) is a prestigious college specializing in Dental Hygiene. Dental Hygiene is a dynamic and challenging health care profession providing a wide range of opportunities in public services.
At Carleton, we're young, dynamic, and research-intensive with a flair for innovation and change. We've built a strong reputation for excellence in the home of the nation's cultural and research resources.
Gives a detailed information on the programs available, the courses offered (only in french) and student resumes.
Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Arts Institute has evolved from a small 19th century Parisian culinary school to an international culinary network with more than 30 schools across five continents.
Kemptville Campus Equine Programs
Located just south of Ottawa, we offer equine degree, diploma, and certificate studies to meet your personal needs and career goals. Our distinguished riding certificates help prepare you for Equine Canada Rider Levels, Instructor or Coach certification.
Founded in 1848, the University of Ottawa is North America's largest bilingual university and is now one of Canada's top five research-intensive universities with over 36,000 students and 8,000 faculty and staff.