What Are Some Good Community Colleges in Canada?

George Brown College, Sheridan College, Seneca College, Centennial College and Fanshawe College are respectable community colleges in Canada. Some fields of study at these institutions include architectural studies, mechanical engineering technologies, liberal arts and sciences, hospitality and tourism, and immigrant education.

As of November 2015, the Ontario Postsecondary Education Quality Assessment Board approves the programs at George Brown College, and the college is a member of both the Association of Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology of Ontario and the Association of Canadian Community Colleges. George Brown College has over 66 diploma programs, five degree programs, 45 certificate programs and 33 postgraduate programs.

Sheridan College is spread across Oakville, Ontario, and Brampton, Ontario. The college's schools include Animation, Arts and Design; Business; Community and Liberal Studies; Applied Computing and Engineering Sciences; and Continuing Education and Corporate Training. Seneca College grants over 100 different bachelor degrees, and it also offers diplomas and postgraduate programs.

Toronto's Centennial College has a School of Advancement; School of Engineering Technology and Applied Science; School of Hospitality, Tourism and Culture; School of Transportation and School of Business. Fanshawe College offers certificate, diploma and degree programs in fields such as human services, information technology, health care, business and international professional studies in English.