Humber College, Toronto, Canada

Toronto, Canada

  • 1967

  • 6000

    International Students
  • 26

    No. of Programs
  • NO

  • Yes

    Hostel Accomodation


History, Affiliations & Rankings

Established in 1967, the Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning is now known as Humber College. It serves as a publicly-funded college in Ontario, Canada. According to Webometrics rankings, Humber College ranked 71 in 2019. Among the world university rankings, Humber College is one of the leading colleges in Toronto and is ranked 8 in research. The University is ranked 501-600th in the US College Rankings 2020 by Times Higher Education. US News and World Report rank it at 218 in National Universities.

Infrastructure, Campus & Courses

The University has three main campuses; Lakeshore campus, Humber North campus, and Humber Orangeville campus. Located close to the Humber River, the North Campus of the institution is the biggest with 250 acres of campus size. The University delivers various programmes at both bachelor’s and master’s level under six academic faculties. They are faculty of Applied Sciences & Technology, Faculty of Business, Faculty of Health Sciences & Wellness, Faculty of Liberal Arts & Science and Innovative Learning, Faculty of Media and Creative Arts and Faculty of Social & Community Services. The institution provides 150 programmes including a bachelor’s degree, diploma, certificate, post-graduate certificate, and apprenticeship programmes. Popular courses include liberal arts, health, and IT.

Accomplishments & Alumni 

The institution has partnered with the University of Guelph-Humber. Humber College is also ranked at the eighth position among the top 50 Research Colleges in Canada based on research income. It is the first Ontario College to get a Silver Rating for Sustainability Tracking Assessment Rating System. Collaborative and applied research initiatives create great learning opportunities for students at Humber College. Humber College boasts of 240,000 alumni who are major contributors in their respective fields. Canadian popular soccer player, Andres Arango; musician, Ben Bowen; football player, Royal Copeland; retired politician, Bev Oda; film director, Jared Pelletier; author and artist, Margaret Lindsay Holton and journalist, Sarika Sehgal are some of the popular names among the notable alumni network of the college.

Student Diversity & Visiting Companies

More than 33,000 full-time students and 23,000 part-time students have enrolled at Humber College in the 2019-20 session. These numbers include roughly 6,500 international students from 130 countries. Companies visiting for recruitment and internships are Bang & Olufsen, MICA, Robert Bosch, Fiverr, and many more.


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Humber College

Toronto, Ontario, Canada | 1-416-675-5067 |

Admissions open for 2020

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