The History of ABM CollegeABM College is a Canadian vocational college with main campuses in both Calgary, Alberta and Toronto, Ontario. The college is accredited by the Ministry of Career Colleges and Universities in Alberta and Ontario....
Osau Rank: #17085
2 University DriveCorner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador,
The History of Academy CanadaAcademy Canada is a leading Newfoundland and Labrador Career College that was established in 1985 with a unique vision that still guides us today.Founder Dr. David Smallwood argued that students need more than just...
Osau Rank: #24510
200 Consumers RoadNorth York, Ontario,
The History of Academy of Applied Pharmaceutical SciencesAAPS is the Canadian premier Life Sciences training college. The school was established in 2003 to address the growing demands for better prepared and more practically trained applicants. In...
The History of Academy of EntrepreneurshipThe Academy of Entrepreneurship was created in 1992 thanks to the dynamism of a businesswoman, Johanne Bouchard, whose mission was to help young entrepreneurs. The Academy of Entrepreneurship is the...
The History of Academy of Learning Career CollegeAcademy of Learning Career College (Also known as Academy of Learning College, or AOLCC) is a private career college in Canada. AOLCC offers students an effective, hands-on approach to career...
Osau Rank: #16886
15 University AvenueWolfville, Nova Scotia,
The History of Acadia UniversityFounded in 1838, Acadia University is one of the oldest and most respected liberal arts universities in Canada. Our 3,574 students come from nearly every province and nearly 60 countries to take advantage of our...
Liberal Arts School
Osau Rank: #1479
17 N. Dearborn StreetChicago, Illinois,
The History of Adler University Adler University is a private university with two campuses in North America, one in Chicago, Illinois, and one in Vancouver, British Columbia. In 1952, Dreikurs founded the Institute of Adlerian Psychology...
Osau Rank: #6178
9155 Saint Hubert StreetMontreal, Quebec,
The History of Ahuntsic CollegeFounded in 1967, when the Quebec system of CEGEPs was created, it is today one of the largest CÉGEPs in Quebec. The College was created out of the amalgamation of two former institutions: the College...
The History of Alberta College of Art & DesignThe Alberta University of the Arts (AUArts), formerly known as Alberta College of Art + Design (ACAD) (before January 2019) and as the Alberta College of Art, is a publicly funded Canadian...
Art and Design School
Osau Rank: #10545
101 - 4603 KingswayBurnaby, British Columbia,
The History of Alexander CollegeAlexander College is named for Sir Alexander Mackenzie, the Scottish-born fur trade adventurer and author.Established in 2006, Alexander College first offered University Transfer and English for Academic Purposes...
The History of Algoma UniversityThe original vision for Shingwauk Hall in the early 19th century came from Chief Shingwauk, the chief of the Garden River Ojibway people, as he felt "that the future Ojibway needed to learn the white man's...
The History of Algonquin CollegeThe college was established during the formation of Ontario's college system in 1967. Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology were established on May 21, 1965, when the Ontario system of public colleges was...
The History of Alma CollegeThe College was founded by Michigan Presbyterians in 1886, and received funding from lumber magnate Ammi Wright, for whom Wright Hall on campus and Wright Avenue in the city of Alma are named. Prior to 1934, the Alma...
Osau Rank: #14469
150 Ambrose Circle SWCalgary, Alberta,
The History of Ambrose University (Alliance & Nazarene)Ambrose is a Christian university in Calgary, Alberta, that offers Arts and Science, Business, Education, Ministry and Seminary programs with a quality of education that you just won't...
The History of Andre Grasset CollegeThe college was founded in 1927 by the priests at St. Sulpice of Montreal and named after priest André Grasset. The school was built at the request of the Archbishop of Montreal. In 1975, the school...