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Welcome to Canadian College

The Canadian College of Health, Science and Technology (CCHST) is a locally-owned, private career college located in Windsor, Ontario. It’s the only career college in Southwestern Ontario region that specializes exclusively in health care, business, information (IT) and green energy programs.

Our goal is to provide our students with a well-rounded education that combines academics and skills-training with real-world experience. This comprehensive approach to education is a key reason why our graduates are sought out by employers. Canadian College maintains a low student-to-teacher ratio to ensure that our students get the personalized attention they deserve Employers know our graduates have the skills, training, practical experience and knowledge that they’re looking for in an employee.

We’re conveniently located at 1737 Walker Road in Windsor, Ontario. Our campus is easily accessible by public transportation and there is parking available for students who drive to our campus. Contact us today to learn more about our programs, including fast-track options for certain courses of study.

Canadian College is a Private Career College (PCC) registered under the PCCA 2005 and is a member of the National Association of Career Colleges (NACC).
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Ontario to offer grants to cover college tuition for low-income students


Changes in student aid unveiled in the Ontario budget are the most radical shift in decades in how the province delivers loans and grants to college and university students, and show the government wants to get more low-income people into post secondary education.
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Winter and Spring 2016 Start Dates


Medical Office Assistant (MOA) & Physiotherapist Assistant (PTA) Programs Starting Apr. 4th 2016 Accounting Administrator, Office Administrator Starting May 2nd 2016
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30% Off Tuition Grant for Canadian College Students now Available


“This grant will make a difference in the lives of eligible career college students, which include sole-support parents, unemployed workers, recent high school graduates, newcomers to Canada, persons with disabilities and aboriginal people,” said Tremain.
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Benefits of a Canadian Career College


When it comes to quality education in Ontario, there’s a lot to choose from. With many reputable universities, community colleges and career colleges, sometimes it’s hard to decide which path to pick. Every year, over 60,000 students choose to attend one of Ontario’s 600 career colleges.
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3 Helpful Apps for College Students


The days of using a pen and student agenda to stay organized are a distant memory to most. Here are three apps that can help you keep all your study, exam and essay needs in one place, right at your fingertips.
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