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Humber College

Humber College

Top reasons to study here

  • Humber professors bring a wealth of relevant industry experience to the classroom.
  • Humber is the 1st public college in Canada to adopt the Okanagan Charter setting an ambitious goal to be the healthiest campus in the country.
  • Our programs blend theory and hands-on learning, giving you the opportunity to gain practical experience in-class and on-the-job.

Bachelor's programmes

Arts, Design & Architecture (41)
Natural Sciences & Mathematics (2)
Environmental Studies & Earth Sciences (1)



  • In the early years of Toronto, the Humber River provided the local industry with the energy source and communications link it needed to flourish. In 1967, Humber College took on that heritage, dedicating itself to the communication of ideas and energy that would foster lifelong learning.
  • The Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology (CAATs) were established by provincial legislation in 1967 


  • You’ll have the option to select from a wide range of credentials including certificates, diplomas, advanced diplomas, degrees and Ontario graduate certificates. You’ll be able to get the credit you deserve and further your education through many pathways and transfer opportunities. With our diverse experiential learning opportunities ranging from placements, internships, applied research projects and more, you’ll be even closer to your dream career by the time you graduate.
  • Faculty is focused on leveraging industry experience to develop a comprehensive curriculum that aligns with evolving employer needs. 


  • Applied Research & Innovation supports collaboration, applied research, and innovation at Humber and in the community.
  • Humber’s network of Centres of Innovation (COIs) bring together interdisciplinary teams of faculty, students, and partners to solve complex, real-world problems.

  • The Barrett CTI is designed to inspire innovation and support skills development with industry and community partners, as well as promote science, technology, engineering, art and math outreach.


Have a concern related to your academic and career pathway? Our Career and Student Success Advisors will work with you to build your educational and career pathways. The Academic & Career Success Centre is your first stop when you just aren't sure where to start.

Global Student Satisfaction Awards 2021

GSSA 2021

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Housing services

Humber provides on-campus residence for more than 1,450 students at our two Toronto campuses. Applying for a room in residence is a simple process. Once you have been accepted to study at Humber you may apply to live in residence with the International Student Residence Application form.

Library services

  • Humber Libraries and Learning Commons strives to be welcoming, equitable and accessible to everyone. This Service Charter is a partnership.
  • Humber Libraries promises to provide services, resources and spaces to help you thrive. We encourage you to use our services while being mindful that you are sharing spaces and resources with our diverse community.

ICT services

Information Technology Services supports Humber students and employees through the delivery of integrated technology solutions.

Medical services

Health & Counselling services at Humber are confidential and available to all registered students. Our goal is to promote student success by providing care that supports well-being.

  • Our Health Services are convenient and offer a wide range of services to Humber students.
  • Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed or stressed out? Counselling can assist students to work through these and other difficulties.

Student Life

Campus life

  • North Campus

Humber's largest campus is centrally located with easy access to the downtown core. Its balance of urban living and lush forestry makes this campus an ideal blend for all of our students.

  • Lakeshore Campus

Located just west of Toronto on the shore of Lake Ontario, the Lakeshore campus offers beautiful historic architecture, modern conveniences and lots of ways to connect with nature.

  • Orangeville Campus

Located 45 minutes north of Toronto, the Orangeville campus is home to a close-knit, thriving community. Students have access to a number of in-demand programs and services.

Sports facilities

  • Humber’s Fitness Centre is a state-of-the-art facility dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for all students, employees and the community through physical fitness.
  • The certified, friendly staff is committed to providing quality instruction and programs to help members meet personal challenges.

Student Reviews

Happiness more than tiredness
Anonymous rated 5 out of 5 stars

At the International University of Rabat, I am doing 3 years of license studies in communication and media, I will have my diploma in June-July 2023. during these three years of study i learned a lot of things, whether at the theoretical or practical level. I took various courses in communication, economics, political science, law, and public relations. As far as practice...

Becoming a financial professional in the midst of a pandemic
Anonymous rated 5 out of 5 stars

I started studying banking and finance at Unidades Tecnológicas de Santander in the second term of 2020, at that time we were taking remote classes due the covid-19 pandemic. I learned a lot about the financial system in Colombia and how the economy works, Im taking diversity of courses about financial analysis and business management, I got familiar with official websites...

Not as good as the name and fame it has.
Anonymous rated 3 out of 5 stars

The assessments are not aligned with the course. Some professors would not record lectures, even though they should as we are studying from different countries with different time zones. Not very cooperative. The CoCurricullar opportunities are very less.

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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