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Seneca International
Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology
1750 Finch Avenue East
Toronto, Ontario   M2J 2X5
Canada

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Seneca is Canada's largest college (ten campus locations), in the largest city, Toronto. We offer four year Bachelor degrees, two and three year specialized career diplomas, and a growing number of professional refining post-graduate programs. International students can choose from more than 140 careers and receive the academic foundation, workplace experience, and practical training needed for a successful career.

Whatever program you choose at Seneca, you will be learning and gaining experiences in real world careers in the applied arts (such as fashion, tourism, multimedia animation, and design), business (financial management, international accounting and finance, government and corporate administration, human resource management, business administration, and marketing), computer sciences (software development, informatics and security, programming, and networking), a variety of engineering programs (electrical, control systems, computer, civil, and chemical), and sciences (biotechnology, chemical pharmaceuticals, and environment), and technology.

With the largest enrolment of international students attending college in Canada at over 3,500 students and more than 111 countries represented in Seneca's student population, the College embodies the cultural mosaic that makes up the rich diversity of Toronto.

Seneca's strong international reputation has attracted the attention of educational institutions worldwide, resulting in agreements to utilize Seneca curricula in classrooms throughout Europe, Eastern Europe, Pacific Asia, Middle East, and Latin America.

Joint programs and transfer agreements with universities and other colleges in Canada and around the world provide the opportunity for students to earn both a diploma and a degree. Seneca has agreements with such institutions as Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Florida, D'Youville College in New York, the University of Western Sydney in Australia, and Guelph University and York University right here in Ontario, Canada.

To prepare for the future, Seneca has expanded two of its campuses and acquired a new campus as well. The recently expanded Newnham Campus features a new Faculty of Business building, a new Library and Computing Commons, specialized business education centres, and the revitalization of existing teaching and learning space. The new Technology Enhanced Learning Building adjoins the Seneca@York Campus and is dedicated to furthering the use of technology in education. Seneca's newest campus in Markham will house programs from a variety of the College's faculties.

With a commitment to creating a dynamic state of the art learning and working environment offering excellence in education, as well as building strong relationships with our students, partners, and the community, Seneca College is providing students with the education they need to succeed.
Areas of Expertise
The leading areas of study include Civil Engineering Technology, Computer Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Biotechnology, Chemical Technology, and Pharmaceutical Technology. Programs recognized both nationally and internationally include Business, Health Sciences, Accounting and Finance, Aviation Flight Technology, Fire Protection, International Business and Marketing, and 3D Digital Animation.

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