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    • Welcome to Durham College
      • Located in the fastest growing region in the Greater Toronto Area – this provides a wide variety of employment opportunities to all graduating students;
      • Safe, vibrant campus environment – a secure setting that offers the best of country and city living;
      • A credential to suit all needs – certificates, diplomas, advanced diplomas and graduate certificates; and
      • State-of-the-art infrastructure and technology – new laboratories, world class library, and academic resources to promote student success.
      The Durham College difference
    • The student experience comes first
      • Students:
      • More than 7,500 full-time students;
      • More than 150 international students representing more than 25 countries; and
      • Thousands studying part-time, via continuing education and through online study.
      • Alumni:
      • More than 52,000.
      • Programs:
      • More than 100 full-time, market-driven programs.
      • Faculty and staff:
      • Approximately 1,000 full- and part-time.
    •  
      • Campuses:
      • Oshawa ( college and university campus); and
      • Whitby.
      • Convenient location:
      • Within the Greater Toronto Area (GTA);
      • Just 45 minutes east of Toronto;
      • Easy access to Toronto through public transit; and
      • Close proximity to Indian communities and support services.
      Where we’re located
    • Find your fit
      • Durham College has offered students access to high-quality, market-focused programs for more than 40 years – ensuring they are ready for the jobs of today and tomorrow.
      • Program highlights include:
      • Access to state-of-the-art equipment including a high-tech base;
      • Professors with years of real-world experience; and
      • All the tools you need to obtain a great career and make a difference in the world.
      www.durhamcollege.ca/findyourfit
      • Programs in areas including:
      • Business, IT and management;
      • Health and community services;
      • Interdisciplinary studies;
      • Justice and emergency services;
      • Media, art and design;
      • Science and engineering technology; and
      • Skilled Trades, apprenticeship and renewable technology .
      www.durhamcollege.ca/findyourfit Find your fit
    • Biotechnology Technologist program
      • Covers a wide variety of microbiological techniques including the cultivation, manipulation, isolation and identification of microorganisms and the use of biological organisms to actively manufacture chemical products for industrial process usage;
      • Provides an understanding of regulatory affairs and the ethical implications of the biotechnology industry and its influence on society; and
      • Opportunity to apply skills to real-world research projects including developing additional advanced research, data management and communications skills.
      •  
    • Biotechnology Technologist program
      • Enables students to conduct extensive experiments in cell and molecular biology including isolating and manipulating DNA, purifying and characterizing protein and growing and maintaining cells in tissue culture; and
      • Allows students to develop the highly transferable laboratory skills required to be successful in the biotechnology industry.
      • A work placement program in third year enables students to utilize their skills and gain valuable industry-related experience.
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    • Biotechnology Technologist program
      • Employment opportunities:
      •  
      • Pharmaceutical technologist;
      • Immunologist technologist;
      • Food technologist;
      • Microbiology technologist;
      • Clinical study technologist;
      • Pharmaceutical sales;
      • Bacteriologist;
      • Instrumentation technologist;
      • Quality assurance technologist;
      • Production technologist; and
      • University laboratory research assistant.
    • Human Resources Management (HRM) (graduate certificate)
      • Human resources (HR) professionals serve as strategic partners in today’s business environment. They work closely with management colleagues throughout all levels of a company in a variety of project-based and proactive initiatives.
      • Durham College’s HRM graduate certificate program is designed for individuals with previous post-secondary education (three-year college diploma or a university degree is required) or related work experience (at least three years of relevant work experience in a human resources-related role).
    • HRM (graduate certificate) program
      • Field placement:
      • A four-week block field placement takes place during April to May following two semesters of academic study;
      • During placement, students apply the theories and concepts studied in the classroom to a real-world setting in order to gain hands-on HRM-related work experience prior to graduation; and
      • Field placement opportunities are designed to be flexible so students can choose placements that align with their career plans (placements must be approved by the field placement co-ordinator based on program criteria).
    • HRM (graduate certificate) program
      • Employment opportunities:
      • Compensation and benefits analyst;
      • Employee relations advisor;
      • Health and safety co-ordinator;
      • Human resources generalist;
      • Human resource planner;
      • Labour relations consultant;
      • Recruitment officer; and
      • Training and development co-ordinator.
      • Salary range: $25,000 to $90,000 CDN per year
    • Pharmaceutical and Food Science Technology program
      • Provides the essential skills, laboratory training and experience in biology, microbiology and chemistry required to pursue a career in science;
      • Focused on the analyzing of food and pharmaceuticals including purity, chemical composition and the quality determination of raw materials and finished products;
      • Students learn how to isolate and identify micro-organisms; and
      • Teaches the processes used by food and pharmaceutical companies to produce and safely test high-quality products for consumer acceptance.
    • Pharmaceutical and Food Science Technology program
      • Students gain hands-on experience in the methods and instrumentation used in the pharmaceutical and food science technology industry through the college’s fully equipped microbiology, chemical analysis and processing labs;
      • Program is unique to Ontario and local employers repeatedly require the technical expertise of graduates including the Canadian Institute of Food Science and Technology, which gives monetary awards for academic excellence; and
      • A work placement program in third year allows students to work for a company one day a week while they complete their studies.
    • Pharmaceutical and Food Science Technology program
      • Employment opportunities:
      •  
      • Food industry;
      • Food scientist;
      • Microbiologist;
      • Quality control laboratories;
      • Research and development laboratories;
      • Marketing;
      • Sales; and
      • Cosmetic industry.
      • Salary range: $30,000 to $50,135 CDN per year
      • Credit from a Durham College diploma can be applied to a degree program at one of the college’s partner universities in Canada, the United States and Australia.
      • Students can earn a diploma and a degree in less than the traditional amount of time; and
      • Opportunities to choose pathways with the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT), Durham College's campus partner, and continue to learn on the same campus.
      Diploma and degree opportunities
    • Modern, exceptional learning facilities
      • New, one-stop Student Services building;
      • World-renowned library;
      • Student learning commons;
      • Modern classrooms and study space;
      • Campus Recreation and Wellness Centre; and
      • Animation, computer, technology and science labs.
      • Many international students have a goal to work in Canada. International students are:
      • Eligible to apply for an off-campus work permit after successfully completing six months of a post-secondary program with a minimum 2.0 grade point average (C grade);
      • Allowed to work up to a 20 hours (maximum) per week while in school and up to 40 hours per week during vacations;
      • Able to apply for a post-graduate work permit valid for one year if they graduate from a one-year certificate program; and
      • Allowed to apply for a post-graduate, three-year work permit if they are a graduate of a two- or three-year diploma or advanced diploma program.
      Study, graduate and work in Canada!
        • Programs are developed and reviewed regularly to meet current employer needs.
        • World-class professors with years of industry experience.
        • Co-op and internship opportunities allow students to gain real-world work experience in today’s job market.
        • More than 82 per cent of students find jobs within six months of graduation.
        • An employer satisfaction rate of 93 per cent.
        • Many alumni hold leadership roles and make a difference in businesses and communities in Canada and around the globe.
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      Our students find jobs!
    • Housing opportunities
      • Residence:
      • Guaranteed to first-year students who apply before the application deadline;
      • Twenty-four hour security;
      • Private and double rooms;
      • Air/heat control;
      • Kitchenette with fridge and microwave;
      • Three-piece bathroom;
      • Cable TV, phone and Internet access;
      • Lounge space and game rooms;
      • Light housekeeping;
      • Theatre-style lounge; and
      • Cafeteria.
    • Housing opportunities
      • Homestay:
      • Durham College offers a home-stay program for
      • students who want to live with a Canadian family close to
      • campus through Bowers Homestay Service (fee is required).
      • Sample home stay costs:
      • Placement fee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$200 CDN;
      • Per month (no meals) . . . . . . . . . . . . .$600 CDN; and
      • Per month (with meals) . . . . . . . . . . .$700 CDN.
      • Apartment and house rentals:
      • Students who want to rent an apartment or furnished room in a private home can visit www.places4students.com for a list of apartments and rooms for rent.
    • Safe and secure
      • Our communities rate among the safest in the world with a much lower crime rate than larger cities across Canada and around the globe.
      • Our commitment to student safety helps to ensure a safe and secure campus environment.
      • Immigration letter processing;
        • Arrival services including international student orientation;
      • Orientation to Durham College and Canada including assistance with culture shock;
      • Accommodation assistance;
      • Cultural events and activities;
      • Assistance with permits and visas;
      • Mentorship program;
      • International student health insurance;
      • Diversity Committee;
      • International Student Association;
        • Course registration assistance;
        • Student life activities;
        • Support for international student success;
        • Work and immigration information;
        • Six-level English language program; and
      • Pathways to study at UOIT.
      Support for international students
      • SALS helps students adjust to the academic demands
      • of college using a number of services and tools including:
      • Computer-based tutorials and drills;
      • Scheduled one-on-one appointments with tutorial specialists;
      • English as a second language specialists;
      • Drop-in help;
      • Online tutorial coaches; and
      • Links to Internet academic resources.
      Student Academic Learning Services (SALS)
    • Campus Recreation and Wellness Centre (CRWC)
      • Whether you want to unwind after a long day of classes or are simply looking to work up a sweat, the CRWC offers a wide variety of athletic and recreational services including:
      • Five gymnasiums including a 28,000-square-foot triple gym with an elevated 200 metre indoor running/walking track;
      • The 10,000-square-foot FLEX fitness centre featuring state-of-the-art cardio and weight machines; and
      • Two squash courts.
      • Two National Hockey League-sized ice pads with seating for 500 and 200 spectators;
      • A community room;
      • A sports pro shop featuring hockey equipment and supplies;
      • Shagwell's on the Ridge sports bar and restaurant;
      • Ten change rooms; and
      • Activities for students of all skating abilities.
      Campus Ice Centre
      • Year-round action on six Har-Tru (clay) courts including no court fees for students and racquets and tennis balls available for loan;
      • An on-site pro shop that provides a wide range of tennis, squash and badminton products including racquets, balls and clothing as well as 24-hour racquet stringing services;
      • The opportunity to make court reservations up to one week in advance.
      Campus Tennis Centre
      • Physician clinic with medical services;
      • Pharmacy;
      • Laboratory (diagnostic testing);
      • Immunizations;
      • Mental health/counselling assessments;
      • Nutritionists;
      • Athletic, massage and chiropractic therapy;
      • Health promotion groups;
      • Lifestyle and health education information; and
      • Open five days a week from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
      Campus Health Centre
      • Varsity sports:
      • Baseball;
      • Basketball;
      • Fastball;
      • Golf;
      • Indoor and outdoor soccer; and
      • Volleyball.
      • Recreational:
      • Many opportunities for intramural sports and activities through Your Student Association (Your SA).
      Athletics
      • Clubs;
      • Social events;
      • Peer tutoring;
      • Student ambassador program;
      • Your SA;
      • Volunteering;
      • Prayer groups;
      • Intramural athletics; and
      • Varsity athletics.
      Ways to get involved on campus
      • 70 student clubs ranging in interest from:
        • cultural (Chinese, Hong Kong, Hindu and Afghan student associations)
        • social activism (Rotaract, Students Against Social Injustice and Students For Humanitarianism and Action Through Respect and Education)
        • special interest (accounting, advertising, snowboarding, etc.); or
      • Start a club with students who share similar passion and interests.
      Student life
    • Student life
      • Events for international students include:
        • Toronto Raptors basketball games or day trips to Niagara Falls and Toronto, Ont. and other popular locations;
      • Get involved with Your SA and contribute making campus life even better for all students;
      • Enjoy cultural events, activities and worship areas for individuals of all faiths.
    • Special attractions around the GTA
      • CN Tower:
      • In 1995, the CN Tower was classified as one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World by the American Society of Civil Engineers; and
      • Besides serving as a telecommunications hub, it provides world-class entertainment and a wide range of unique attractions, exhibits and food and beverage venues.
    • Special attractions around the GTA
      • Air Canada Centre:
      • Canada's premier sports and entertainment venue and home to the Toronto Maple Leafs Hockey Club, Toronto Raptors Basketball Club and Toronto Rock Lacrosse Team.
      • Theatre and performing arts:
      • Toronto’s stages showcase a diverse range of performing arts – from the Fringe theatre festival to Tony Award-winning plays, lavish Broadway-style musicals and inventive opera and ballet productions.
      • Toronto Entertainment District:
      • An urban neighbourhood packed with great restaurants, bars, and nightlife venues; and
      • Features something for every taste and demographic.
      Images of Toronto
    • Special attractions around the GTA
      • Niagara Falls:
      • From the marvel of gazing at the Falls from innumerable look-out points to adrenaline-fueled activities like whitewater jet boats, there are many ways to experience the horseshoe falls including an array of attractions for all ages including:
      • Maid of the Mist boat ride;
      • Whirlpool Jet Boat Tours;
      • Souvenir shopping;
      • Niagara Botanical Gardens;
      • Skylon Tower;
      • Marineland; and
      • Butterfly Conservatory.
    • Indian communities
      • Less than an hour from campus;
      • At the heart of Little India in Toronto;
      • Largest market place of South Asian goods and services in North America; and
      • Over 100 shops and restaurants representing regional diversities of South Asian culture.
      • Food, music and products, offer a slice of the India subcontinent;
      • Wide selection of services; and
      • Maintain ancient cultural and religious traditions and keep in touch with the contemporary lifestyle of India.
    • Reasons to choose Durham College:
      • Proven programs with strong career potential and opportunities;
      • Credentials recognized world-wide;
      • Business two-year transfer program to UOIT – obtain degree and diploma in only four years;
      • Opportunities to gain work experience while attending classes; and
      • Modern, state-of-the art facilities.
      • How to apply:
      • Complete an Application form ;
      • Send original transcripts and diploma (High school, college and/or university) to the Durham College International office; and
      • Pay the $100 CDN application fee.
      • Entry requirements:
      • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (Grade 12) or equivalent;
      • IELTS 6.0 (SPP);
      • Grade 12 mathematics (depending on program); and
      • Any additional requirements specified by Durham College.
      • January/May/September intakes:
      • Apply two months before start date for visa processing).
      Applying to Durham College
    •  
    • Alexander (Sandy) MacDonald Director, International Business Development 905.721.2000 ext. 3365 [email_address] Deena Wang Co-ordinator, International Projects and Research 905.721.2000 ext. 2269 [email_address] Johnene Milan International education officer 905.721.2000 ext. 2355 [email_address] Mayank Jhingon South Asia Representative +91 – 880 074 6767 [email_address] We’d love to meet you!
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