Institutions

Campuses with class.

Get to know your future academic stomping ground. Avantage Ontario has campuses in cities throughout the province. Learn about the different destinations, colleges, and universities a little bit better.

Ontario has it all. The Canadian Shield, grassy lowlands in the North, and vibrant farmland in the south. 250,000+ lakes that hold 1/5 of the world’s fresh water. It offers experiences of all kinds including outdoor adventures, a range of high art, experimental art and everything in between. Ontarians are known for their diversity, progressive nature, and oh, sorry we forgot to mention our polite manners. Come experience a province like no other.

Ottawa

Oh, Canada! The Nation’s Capital is as beautiful as it is smart. The most educated city in Canada also has a lot to offer outside the classroom. Ottawa is home to incredible museums, stunning greenspaces, a National Arts Centre, the world’s largest skating rink and the list goes on. Come to O-town and find out why so many who come study here, end up calling it home for good.

University of Ottawa

A hub of cultures, languages and ideas, the University of Ottawa, at the heart of Canada’s capital, is the world’s largest French-English bilingual university. It is also one of the country’s ten leading research universities and ranks among the 200 best universities worldwide. The University of Ottawa offers a learning environment characterized by excellence, in an exceptional urban setting.

Saint-Paul University

Saint-Paul University, a human-scale bilingual institution, is centrally located in an Ottawa neighborhood known for its cultural diversity, in alignment with this institution’s global vision and openness to the world of ideas. Its students can pursue in-depth reflection within a truly bilingual environment, in a city that makes culture an integral part of its activities.

Collège La Cité

La Cité, Ontario’s largest French-language applied arts and technology college, will allow you to discover all the benefits of a modern and stimulating learning environment. At La Cité campuses you will study in French, while practising both official languages. This institution is known for its academic excellence and setting students up for success in their chosen fields.
La Cité has renowned campuses in these beautiful locations: Ottawa, Orléans, Toronto, and Hawkesbury.

Dominican University College

Dominican University College, a window on the world in the centre of Canada’s capital, affords a stimulating, multicultural and multilingual place of study fostering dialogue and critical thinking. You will be totally immersed in the life of the nation’s capital, where bilingualism is part of everyday activities and urban spaces never overshadow the beauty of nature, always at your doorstep.

Toronto

The 6ix. T-Dot, T.O., The Big Smoke, Hollywood North. Toronto: a city so nice they named it…many times! There’s a reason stars like Drake, Shawn Mendes, and Rachel McAdams call Toronto home. This city has it all. From incredible restaurants, ample employment opportunities, world-class art, stunning beaches and waterfront; it’s safe to say you’ll have a hard time being bored in Hogtown.

York University – Glendon Campus

Glendon, nestled in green parkland, distinguishes itself with its tranquil, inspiring atmosphere amid the hustle and bustle of Toronto, Canada’s business and financial hub, and a dynamic cultural platform. Come acquire a quality university education in French, English or a third language, earn a bilingual and/or a trilingual excellence certificate, benefit from the international orientation of Glendon’s programs and enjoy its outstanding reputation.

University of Toronto – CREFO

The Centre de recherches en éducation franco-ontarienne (CREFO) of University of Toronto’s Ontario Institute for Studies in Education is an interdisciplinary research centre, recognized the world over. Its work targets educational, social and language practices of French-language communities in Ontario, Canada and abroad, with emphasis on processes spawning differences and social inequalities, as well as on social mechanisms of inclusion and exclusion. In addition to its research endeavours, CREFO coordinates courses in education at the master’s level, in collaboration with OISE teaching departments. The courses provide a critical examination of the plurality of Francophone communities and of their educational reality.

Université de l’Ontario Français

Located in Toronto, Canada’s metropolis, the UOF is the first independent French-language university in Ontario. The UOF is agile, collaborative and focused on experiential learning and the development of skills that are sought after by competitive companies while allowing students to use both official languages on a daily basis.

Created in 2017, the innovative and bold institution is resolutely urban and connected with its campus located in downtown Toronto.

The first study programs developed at the UOF are unique and address major societal issues such as digital cultures, economy and social innovation, urban environments and human plurality.

Collège La Cité

La Cité, Ontario’s largest French-language applied arts and technology college, will allow you to discover all the benefits of a modern and stimulating learning environment. At La Cité campuses you will study in French, while practising both official languages. This institution is known for its academic excellence and setting students up for success in their chosen fields.
La Cité has renowned campuses in these beautiful locations: Ottawa, Orléans, Toronto, and Hawkesbury.

Collège Boréal

Collège Boréal will open your path to academic excellence in a bilingual setting where you can best fulfill your expectations, whether you choose to study in Toronto, Canada’s largest urban centre and cultural hub, or on the edges of the boreal forest. Let yourself be inspired by the evocative names of these welcoming communities, so close to nature: Hearst, Kapuskasing, Nipissing, Sudbury, Timmins, Toronto, Windsor. Advancing knowledge and nurturing culture (“Nourrir le savoir et faire vibrer la culture”) – such is the College’s motto.

Sudbury

Nickle City has a rich past. The Sudbury Basin is thought to have been formed by a comet 1.8 billion years ago. Fast forward a billion+ years and the former mining town is now a diverse, bilingual, commercial centre in Northern Ontario. From TV shoots to outdoor activities Sudbury is buzzing with activity. Study in Sudbury and you’ll discover a nickel town with a heart of gold.

University of Sudbury

University of Sudbury, in northeastern Ontario, affords all the advantages of a learning and living environment that is both intimate and open to dialogue, with priority given to social and ecumenical engagement. You will play an active role in this community, where you will feel a sense of belonging. Come experience true bilingualism, in addition to gaining awareness of the culture and traditions of the Indigenous peoples, while never losing touch with nature.

Collège Boréal

Collège Boréal will open your path to academic excellence in a bilingual setting where you can best fulfill your expectations, whether you choose to study in Toronto, Canada’s largest urban centre and cultural hub, or on the edges of the boreal forest. Let yourself be inspired by the evocative names of these welcoming communities, so close to nature: Hearst, Kapuskasing, Nipissing, Sudbury, Timmins, Toronto, Windsor. Advancing knowledge and nurturing culture (“Nourrir le savoir et faire vibrer la culture”) – such is the College’s motto.

Laurentian University

Laurentian University, an exceptional bilingual learning environment, is established in the multicultural and dynamic community of Sudbury, surrounded by spectacular natural landscapes. If you are searching for a perfect balance between academic success and healthy living, your expectations will be met here thanks to the high quality of teaching, the ultramodern infrastructure and the outstanding sports facilities.

Hearst

What has small-town charm and big-antlered moose? Hearst, Ontario, of course. The moose capital of Canada is cozy, francophone, and proud of its French heritage. It welcomes international students with open arms and is close to other campus towns such as; Kapuskasing and Timmins. It’s also an outdoor adventurer’s dream. Hearst offers year-round outdoor activities like hiking through the Boreal forest trails, canoeing and kayaking, and snowmobiling in the winter. You’ll fall in love with this town on the rise.

Collège Boréal

Collège Boréal will open your path to academic excellence in a bilingual setting where you can best fulfill your expectations, whether you choose to study in Toronto, Canada’s largest urban centre and cultural hub, or on the edges of the boreal forest. Let yourself be inspired by the evocative names of these welcoming communities, so close to nature: Hearst, Kapuskasing, Nipissing, Sudbury, Timmins, Toronto, Windsor. Advancing knowledge and nurturing culture (“Nourrir le savoir et faire vibrer la culture”) – such is the College’s motto.

Université de Hearst

Université de Hearst, a small university in Ontario’s rural north, provides a unique place of study in welcoming communities at the heart of the boreal forest. Their use of block lessons lets students truly focus on one subject at a time. Université de Hearst is the only institution to offer this innovative approach to learning in French. Enthusiasts of the great outdoors can choose to study at any of the three campuses: Hearst, Kapuskasing or Timmins.

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