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Your Future in                                Communications, Art and Design


Ontario’s creative industry gross domestic product is now larger than the provincial energy industry and it surpasses those of the agriculture, forestry and mining sectors combined. The possibilities are endless – career opportunities are expanding.

Our graduates are contributing to the creative economy across various sectors. Here are a few examples of how their innovative ideas and finely tuned skills are increasingly in-demand and delivering valuable results.

Make a statement on the runway

fashion students, faculty and alumni showcase collections at Toronto World MasterCard Fashion Week.

Shape the story

On-air alumni include David Common (CBC), Perdita Felicien (olympian/sports broadcaster), Melissa Grelo (The Social and Your Morning), Brandon Gonez (CTV), and Evanka Osmak (Rogers Sportsnet).

Make an impact with digital content

Television Broadcasting student Rajan Gahunia wrote and produced “Northside Since 95” – his own rap tribute video to the Toronto Raptors. The song quickly became a favourite among fans and players during the playoffs last season.

Increase your exposure

Our music students perform at events like Toronto Indie Week, Canadian Music Week, Winterfolk and compete in emerging artist competitions.

Find your path

Alumni reach their academic goals through extensive pathways at Seneca and through transfer agreements with other postsecondary institutions.