Northern College is public college which was founded in 1967 in Ontario, Canada. The college has 3 campuses in Ontario: Kirkland Campus, Timmins Campus and Haileybury Campus.
Northern College comprises of four schools: School of Health & Community Services, Health Science and Emergency Services, School of Business and School of Trades & Technology. The university offers variety of undergraduate diploma programs under these schools.
Northern College has more than 11,000 students in overall campuses. The college also has more than 1,500 students who are studying part-time. The total number of faculties is more than 79 in overall campuses.
Northern College Kirkland Campus provides the education in the field of welding education & training. It is the first authorized body in North America for the International Institute for Welding (IIW) which is recognized in 56 countries. The campus avails facilities like tennis courts, baseball diamonds, soccer fields, a golf course.
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