Representatives from Seneca and the Government of Saint Christopher (St. Kitts) and Nevis signed a memorandum of understanding today to provide the country’s citizens with the skills and education to pursue careers in fields such as construction, technology and tourism.
Ontario’s 24 colleges have signed the colleges’ first-ever province-wide agreement that grants recognition for entire previous years’ credits when a student in a business diploma program transfers to the same program at another college.
Colleges from across Ontario will come together to make it easy for potential students to get information on degrees, graduate certificates, diplomas and apprenticeship programs, all in one location from October 20 to 21.
Seneca receives Ontario government funding to nurture entrepreneurial talent
Jos Nolle will join Seneca College as the Dean of Seneca International, effective September 22, 2014.
Seneca is establishing the first Ontario research centre focused on how and why students transfer between postsecondary institutions and programs – an important first step in building easier and better pathways between universities and colleges.
One of the largest revitalization and expansion projects in Seneca’s history is now underway at King Campus.
Seneca College’s new seven-week intensive Science Communication Summer Institute will provide scientists with the skills to communicate their knowledge in everything from research proposals and presentations to blogs and podcasts.
Subconscious Password teams Seneca with Oscar®-winning director Chris Landreth
Seneca graduates contributed significantly to the success of several films nominated for an Oscar for ‘Best Visual Effects’ on March 2.
Toronto, January 30, 2014 – Reporters can easily find a full range of Seneca sources on everything from business, e-commerce, applied research and aviation, to behavioural sciences and forensics, thanks to a recently updated and expanded list on the Seneca website and an online tool produced by Ontario’s public colleges.
New social media program provides students with access to Sysomos-powered solutions MAP and Heartbeat
Michael Maynard joins Seneca as the Dean of the Faculty of Communication, Art and Design beginning today.