The college got established in 1967. All the modern facilities are provided in three vibrant eastern Ontario cities, Cornwall, Brockville and Kingston, and with a solid track record of excellence, St. Lawrence College provides all the benefits of a world-class education with the advantages of small-town living, and all the details are given with full attention.The prime aim of St. Lawrence College is: To meet the learning needs of the students and communities. To be a Great Learning College. The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) has made 5 standards with the goal of making Ontario fully available or reachable to persons with disabilities by the year 2025. The Customer Service Standard is now law and St. Lawrence College is bounded by the requirements of the standard. The Employment Standard is currently under the consideration for adoption.
Thousands of students each year are prepared by SLC for careers in Business, Health Sciences, Computer, and Engineering Technology, Applied Arts and Music, and more. SLC offers many courses to students to upgrade their English language skills for academic purposes, in diploma and degree programs.SLC plays a vital role in making students’ dreams a reality by providing 80+ programs-including post graduate programs in International Business Management, Human Resources, and more. EAP/ESL- English language training. Exciting new degree programs in Bachelor of Business Administration, Behavioural Psychology, and Nursing-as well as world-class facilities and a wide variety of services to support students.
Rooted in our communities, we will be a globally recognized college delivering innovative learning opportunities and preparing career-ready graduates to be leaders in their fields.
We are dedicated to student success, academic excellence, and leadership in our communities.
The supply chain, which employs over 767,000 people from a variety of professions and industries, is one of the most crucial segments of the Canadian economy. The ability of this industry to successfully address its labor market and human resource difficulties has the potential to have a significant impact on Canada's future and the standard of living we all enjoy (Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council).
The graduate certificate program introduces supply chain management and logistics from a theoretical and practical standpoint, building on the student's prior coursework and professional experience. When the course work is over, program participants are given a thorough understanding of the concepts and methods thought to be necessary for employment in this industry and gain access to an integrated field placement opportunity.
Tuition Fees: $15500 per year
Ancilliary Fees: $1555
Total 1st year fees: $17055
Scholarship: St. Lawrence College offers over 500 bursaries each year through its Scholarships and Bursaries program. Interested applicants only need to fill out one application to be considered for all bursaries, which usually range from CAD 500 to CAD 3,000.
Academics: A university degree or equivalent from any recognised university