St. Clair College

St. Clair College is located in Windsor, the southernmost city in Canada, which belongs to Ontario. Windsor is adjacent to the automobile capital of the United States – Detroit, Michigan. It is a prestigious public institution of higher learning in Canada. It was established in 1958 and was originally named “Western Ontario Institute of Technology”. According to the unified requirements of the Ontario government, it was renamed and registered as St. Clair College in 1966. 


The college now has 4 campuses, 8 branches, and more than 14,000 full-time registered students. It provides students with more than 130 majors including Honorary bachelor degrees, graduate certificates, advanced diplomas, diplomas and certificates, involving Business Management (Accounting, Marketing, Finance, Human Resources, etc.), Information Technology (Computer Networks, Website Development, Mobile Applications, etc.), Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering (Automotive Component Design, Industrial Automation, Mechatronics, Industrial Robotics, Factory Technology, etc. ), Building Construction (Architectural Design, Civil Engineering, Construction Technology, Carpentry Technology, Interior Decoration, Landscaping, etc.), Community Services (Legal Services, Early Childhood Education, Elderly Care, etc.), Tourism and Hotels (Tourism, Hotel and Restaurant Management, Western Kitchen, etc.), Media, Art Design (Graphic Design, 3D Animation Design, etc.) and Sports (Fitness, Sports and Leisure Management, and E-Sports Entrepreneurship and Management) and other directions.


Windsor is across the river from Detroit, Michigan, USA, and is on the verge of the beautiful Great Lakes. It is not only the largest mold design and production center in North America, but also the automobile capital of Canada – Chrysler, one of the three famous North American automobile companies, has its Canadian headquarter located in this city. Due to the humid climate, fertile soil, and well-developed agriculture, the region has the largest greenhouse base in North America, and is the famous tomato kingdom and hometown of roses in Canada.


Collaboration Programs: Most graduate diploma, undergraduate, diploma and certificate programs


Popular majors: Esports Administration and Entrepreneurship, Greenhouse Technician, Electric Drive Vehicle Technician etc.


Enrollment months: January, May and September


Admission requirements: Admission requirements vary with degrees, diplomas and certificates