The City of Hamilton is home to a number of outstanding post-secondary institutions that have been recognized internationally for their research and instructional strength as well as providing local area businesses with a well educated workforce.
|McMaster University educates 18,000 undergraduates and 2,800 graduate students in a student-centred environment. In keeping with its reputation as an innovator, the University develops and provides education, research and innovation to support the area’s quality of life. Its mission is the discovery, dissemination and preservation of knowledge and is supported by its 6,500 member staff and faculty.|
|Mohawk College provides post-secondary education in five faculties (Applied Arts, Business, Engineering Technology, Health Sciences, and Human Services and Continuing Education) to 10,000 full-time students, 3,000 apprentices, 300 international students and 42,000 continuing education students.|
|Redeemer University College offers Bachelor of Arts, Science, and Education degrees with majors in more than 30 disciplines. As a Christian university Redeemer offers its more than 900 students the chance to explore the relationship between faith and learning through a Christian perspective.|
|Brock University – Hamilton Campus in 2000, Brock University opened a satellite Teachers College in Hamilton. The on-campus Faculty of Education encompasses a pre-service department, graduate studies in education and continuing education.|
|Collège Boréal is one of Ontario’s 24 Colleges of Applied Arts Southwestern Ontario’s only French-language college. It offers post-secondary and fast track programs in French to individuals and businesses.|