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Post-Secondary Education

Local Education
Are you interested in pursuing post-secondary education in Sault Ste. Marie? There are many certificates, diplomas, and degree programs available to you in your own home town. Visit the links below for information about Sault College and Algoma University, and how to register for their many programs.
 

Sault College Algoma University

Applying to University & College
Below are links to both the Ontario Colleges and Universities’ application centres. These websites are designed to assist you in registering for programs in Ontario, and they also serve to process your applications to post-secondary school.
 

Ontario Colleges Application Service

Ontario Universities’ Application Centre


Information on College & University
The websites below are some great resources containing information about any topic you would like to research about College and University.

eINFO
eINFO is a guide to Ontario's universities designed for high school students. You can search for programs, prerequisites, grade requirements, and explore university scholarships and awards. Details about residences and meal plans at each university are also provided.

Canadian Universities Network
Canadian Universities Network website helps students look up and compare universities across Canada, and helps them to decide what program and school is the right fit for them.

University Study
University Study is a great starting point for exploring universities in Canada. It offers profiles of each university and assists you in planning your university education.

The Government of Ontario
The Government of Ontario provides useful information about admissions, finding the right school, how to apply, and processing transfer credits.

Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges, & Universities
The Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges & Universities website provides information on how you can get the education and training you need to obtain the career you want after high school. There is information on Colleges, Universities, Apprenticeship programs, and other useful training and education offered across Ontario.

Ontario Learn
Ontario Learn is a partnership of 24 Ontario Colleges who have gathered together all of their online learning resources in one place. This website offers many paths to online or distance learning education.


Services for Youth – Government of Canada
The Government of Canada offers some useful information on studying abroad, including what you need to be eligible as well as international scholarships available to students.

Study Abroad – Government of Ontario
The Government of Ontario provides online material to plan studies abroad, explains transfer credit opportunities, and answers questions on international education.

Yes Canada
Yes Canada is a Canadian exchange program that gives Canadian students the opportunity to study abroad while travelling and experiencing other countries. Information on countries, host families, and the application process can be found on this page.


Scholarships, Bursaries & Grants
Are you looking for scholarships to help fund your post-secondary schooling? Check out these websites that have lots of opportunities for you to apply for scholarships, grants, or bursaries to assist you during your education. You can find scholarships at both the provincial and federal level.

The Government of Canada Scholarships Canada
CanLearn The Government of Ontario
Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) Ontario Scholarships
Yconic Student Scholarships & Awards