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Niagara College


The Niagara College of Applied Arts and Technology
  • The Niagara College of Applied Arts and Technology is also known as Niagara College and identified as Niagara College Canada. It is a public higher education institution of the College of applied arts and Technology within the Niagara region of Southern Ontario, Canada.
  • The Niagara College of applied arts and technology was founded on 21st May 1965, the Welland campus of the College was established in 1967.
  • Niagara College of Applied Arts and Technology has two modern campuses:
    • The Welland Campus
    • Niagara-on-the-lake Campus
  • Niagara College enrols over 10,500 full-time students every year, out of which 4000 students are international students from more than 60 countries. The College offers over 100 post-secondary diploma courses, apprenticeship, baccalaureate degrees and other advanced level courses.
  • Info source Inc. announced Niagara College as the “Top 50 Research Colleges,” - top research college in the country in its annual report.

Why study at Niagara College?

  • The campus is located in the Heart of the Niagara Region – just minutes from one of the world's most well-known tourism destinations, Niagara College offers more than 130 innovative programs between our state-of-the-art campuses in Welland and Niagara-on-the-Lake.
  • Niagara College is appreciated for its quality education and $64 million campuses with high-end modern infrastructure.
  • 88.1% of graduates from Niagara college gain employment within six months after graduation.
  • 91% of students are satisfied and have top rated the College for satisfaction in Ontario.
  • The College offers hands-on learning opportunities in some of the unique programs such as Winery, Brewery, greenhouse, Distillery, Spa and many more.


Welland Campus

  • Niagara's Welland Campus is known for its natural adaptation and commitment to sustainability, and the campus is located in the residential area in the mid of the Niagara Region.
  • The Welland Campus is the main campus of Niagara College and pioneer in sustainable technology, uses state-of-the-art methods, and modern learning environments for students.
  • The campus is home to the following faculties:
    • Academic, Liberal and AccessStudies
    • Allied Health
    • Community Services
    • English Language Studies
    • Justice and Fitness
    • Media
    • Nursing and Personal Support Workers
    • Part-Times Studies
    • Technology and Trades


  • The Niagara-on-the-lake-campus was established in 1998, and the campus is spread over 125 acres located in the middle of Niagara city.
  • The campus offers business, hospitality, environmental, culinary and wine programs. The campus is home to schools of Academic, Business and Management, Environmental and Horticulture Studies, Hospitality, Tourism and Sports and Canadian Food and Wine Institute.
  • The campus is home to three major learning enterprises Benchmark restaurant, the Niagara College Teaching Winery and the Niagara College Teaching Brewery which is Canada's first teaching brewery.

Global Campus

  • Toronto Ontario
  • Suwon, South Korea
  • Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Wuhan, China


Entrance Scholarships

Niagara College offers entrance scholarships for students enrolled in the full-time first term. Following are the scholarships:

English for Academic Preparation Scholarship is for international students enrolling for full-time courses in English for Academic Preparation programs. The scholarship values range from$750 -$1,500.

Other country-specific entrance scholarship

  • Africa Continent Scholarship
  • Ukraine Scholarship
  • United States of America Scholarship
  • Turkey Scholarship
  • Lyford Cay Scholarship and many more

Additional Scholarships

Keith Segal-guard.me International Scholarship

  • Value: $1000
  • Requirement: PG program, merit-based scholarship, full-time international students

Dr. Mary Kilmer Tchalekian

  • Value: $1000
  • Requirement: PG program (2 level), merit-based scholarship, full-time international students aiming to return to their home country.

Niagara College Student Administrative Council (SAC) International Award

  • Value: $2000
  • Requirement: PG program, merit-based scholarship, full-time international students, 500 words essay.


Bachelor Program

Bachelor of Applied Business - International Commerce and Global Development

Bachelor of Applied Business - Hospitality Operations Management

Bachelor of Applied Business - Human Resources Management


On-Campus Accommodation

Students willing to experience and enjoy college life mostly prefer living on-campus in a college residence. The college residence is located a minute walking distance from the campus. Residential halls are fully furnished with a kitchen, desk chair, refrigerator. Microwave, Welland Residence and Niagara-on-the-lake have 2-bedroom suites.

Off-Campus Accommodation

Student accommodation is also available close to both the campuses with affordable range, security and quality housing. Students can check out various online websites for more information on off-campus student accommodation.