Ontario is one of the most exciting provinces for international students in Canada. It’s home to more than 40% of Canada’s population (50% of its inhabitants were born abroad). Its capital city, Toronto, is an economic, cultural and educational hub.
Toronto has something for everyone. It is home to the Rogers Centre and the Air Canada Centre, from where sports fans can enjoy ice hockey, basketball and baseball games. The city also has architectural masterpieces, such as the Royal Ontario Museum and the Gallery of Ontario. However, without a shadow of a doubt, Ontario’s biggest attraction is Niagara Falls.
What makes Ontario most appealing for international students is its quality of education. Six of the best ten universities in Canada are located in Ontario. These include McMaster University, the University of Waterloo, Western University and Queen’s University. The province is also home to Georgian College, Liaison College Brampton, Algonquin College, Academy of Learning, and others.
In addition, Toronto is North America’s third-largest movie production centre, and it features one of the most important film festivals globally, the Toronto Film Festival. The Toronto Film School and Yorkville University are two of Canada’s best learning centres for film and movie production.
Below are other cities in Ontario that reflect the province’s educational diversity and that are home for important partnered institutions: