Established in 1967, Durham College is located in the city of Oshawa in the safe and liveable neighborhood of Oshawa, Whitby and Pickering Learning Centers. For more than 40 years, as one of Canada's leading universities in Ontario and the top-ranked college in Ontario, Durham College has been committed to providing high quality instructional programs that cater to the needs of today's society. Has now opened more than 130 professional courses, courses covering business, computer, media, engineering, health sciences, law and so on. The college has 30,000 students, of which 12,000 full-time students, 523 international students from 51 countries, less than 0.4% of Chinese students, the language environment is excellent.
Durham College The public school that shares teaching resources with the university is on the same campus as the University of Ontario Institute of Technology. The college offers more than 140 market-oriented courses, 97% of which are open to international students and include two-year and three-year diploma programs, a one-year postgraduate diploma program, one-year and two-year programs Compressed Lesson Program, and the "2 + 2" and "3 + 2" undergraduate pass train programs in cooperation with the Ontario Polytechnic University.
College and UOIT, Lakehead University, Trent, Brock and other Canada, the United States, Australia, Ireland, more than a dozen universities jointly provide economics, management, commerce, food science, science, science and humanities, environmental resources, Psychology and sociology and other bachelor degree programs. Due to its close connection with the business community, it ensures that the college's curriculum is highly practical. In fact, many students have successfully found a job as soon as they graduate. Student quality and employment rate ranked first in the provincial college. College is investing 33 million US dollars in expansion projects, when it can expand the enrollment of 3,000 people, an increase of 600 computer workstations.
Thanks to Durham’s practical programs and high-quality teaching and management, graduates of Durham College have employed more than 85% of their graduates within six months of graduation, with 92.2% satisfied with their employers.
The college is located in downtown Oshawa, close to Toronto, Canada's largest city, with good rail and road access and bus-to-school links. Located on the banks of the Ontario Lake, Oshawa is a vibrant new city with a well-developed business and entertainment community, beautiful surroundings and a pleasant climate, with an average temperature of 0 ° C in summer and 25 ° C ° in summer. There is rowing, fishing, ice skating, cycling and Hiking and other outdoor sports unique place.
The school has complete facilities, including laboratories, libraries, manufacturing and information technology centers, computer centers, language centers, student entertainment centers and bookstores; and sports facilities such as outdoor training halls, gymnasiums, squash courts and soccer fields. The school has the best college sports teams and athletes in Canada. The men's team includes baseball, basketball, golf, volleyball and soccer teams. Women's teams include basketball, soccer, golf, softball and volleyball teams.
EAP- 4000: When students successfully finish EAP-4000, Direct entry to most Diploma and Certificate programs
EAP- 5000: When students successfully finish EAP-5000, Direct Entry to Durham College Graduate Certificate programs
EAP- 6000: When students successfully finish EAP -6000, Direct Entry to Practical Nursing and Communicative Disorders Program
$2,575.00 per level
$127.00 per level
$117.00 per level
Student Support Program:
Athletic Complex Membership:
$9.01 per level
Campus Access and Safety:
$34.99 per level
$2.50 per level
$25 per level
International students pay a tuition fee of $13,098.79 per academic year (two semesters) for most programs.
High school (secondary school) transcript
High school (secondary school) diploma
Post-secondary (college or university) transcript – if applicable
Post-secondary (college or university) degree – if applicable
Proof of English Language Proficiency (if required)
Please visit our English Language Centre page for more information.
At Durham College, we offer the best of both worlds when it comes to residence – all the comforts of home in a unique campus community experience.
Our residences offer convenience, great friendships and the chance to connect with all that campus life has to offer. The Simcoe Village and South Village residences offer safe, clean, and comfortable living accommodations for 1,360 students. First-year students are guaranteed a spot in residence if they meet the deadlines for accepting Durham College’s offer of admission and applying to residence. Students enrolled in January-start programs may apply to residence and will be approved based on room availability.
Our residences offer a number of different room options.
TV, local cable, phone, and high-speed Internet access
On-site laundry, additional kitchen facilities and storage space
Controlled building access
Individually controlled air conditioning/heating
A movie lounge with a large-screen TV and theatre-style seating