Seneca College provides more than just a degree. Seneca has campuses all across the Greater Toronto Area, and thanks to its breadth and diversity, it can offer its students the benefits of collaborations with top businesses, the most up-to-date computer technology, a range of class sizes, and alternatives for full-time, part-time, and continuing education. Seneca also uses a variety of teaching methods, from in-class lectures and online learning to co-ops and field placements, in programs connected to applied arts, business, financial services, and technology. Education should be adaptable and accessible.
Newnham Campus is one of the largest college campuses in Canada. It is home to full and part-time programs in the areas of Applied Arts, Aviation, Business, Fashion, Health Sciences, Science, Engineering Technology and more.
Why attend Seneca College in Newnham?
Campus life: The College offers more than 80 organizations and organisations for students to join, and there are plenty of leisure leagues and well-equipped fitness centers where they can participate in sports and physical activity. Students can join the Seneca Student Federation, which encourages interaction with the Seneca community and the development of enduring relationships while having fun.
Services: International Student Services, which include free airport pickup, housing/accommodation aid, orientation, academic advisers, counseling, free English assistance and peer tutoring, and international student groups, make it as easy as possible for students to adjust to life at Seneca.
Real-world experience: Seneca is dedicated to giving students wonderful educational opportunities both inside and outside of the classroom. This involves expanding one's skill set by studying abroad and getting hands-on experience in the business through work terms or field placements. Students will have an advantage when they enter the workforce or continue their education thanks to these enriching experiences.
Location: The Greater Toronto Area is home to all of Seneca's campuses (GTA). Canada's largest city, Toronto, is home to more than 70 different ethnic groups, more than 140 different languages, and dialects, making it one of the most culturally diverse cities in the world. Take part in excursions with your group to some of the many attractions in the Greater Toronto Area, such as the CN Tower, Ripley's Aquarium, Casa Loma Castle, Ontario Science Centre, Toronto Zoo, The Art Gallery, and Royal Ontario Museum. Along with these activities, students can participate in foreign days, skiing, bowling, ice skating, go-karting, movie evenings, shopping, and more.
You will acquire the information and skills needed to develop efficient design solutions for interactive, print, and experiential design projects during this three-year advanced diploma program. Fundamental concepts and skill development are followed by intensive cross-disciplinary learning, which is followed by the chance to take part in a field placement. You will be prepared by this program to work as a designer in the communications sector.
During this course, you'll learn the following skills:
Tuition: $16919 per year
Books and Supply Costs: $1100 per year
Total: $18019 per year
Academics: 2.8 GPA