Niagara College welcomed Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to one of Canada’s most unique learning environments in August.
The prime minister visited the Wine Visitor + Education Centre at Niagara College’s Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus on August 26, where he met students and staff, and learned about the wine making process from students and recent graduates of Niagara College’s Winery and Viticulture Technician program.
“We were very pleased to welcome the prime minister and to share some of the interesting and innovative work that our students, staff and faculty are doing,” said Niagara College president Dan Patterson. “We were also grateful for the opportunity to highlight Niagara College’s important role in supporting key industry sectors in our region, across Ontario and Canada, including Niagara’s world-renowned grape and wine industry.”
While touring the Niagara College Teaching Winery, the Prime Minister met Kalem Magny of Fenwick, ON, a current student in Niagara College’s Winery and Viticulture Technician program, and Di Yao, originally of Fuzhou Province, China, a recent graduate of the Winery and Viticulture Technician program currently working at Jackson-Triggs Winery, who, along with Niagara College winemaker/professor Gavin Robertson, demonstrated winemaking processes. Read more or view the photo album.
Niagara College welcomes record number of students for fall term
Niagara College is giving a special welcome to a growing number of students who are not only new to college life, but new to Canada.
With more than 5,000 first-year students arriving at the College in September, including 1,500 post-secondary and ESL international students, its total enrolment is projected to exceed 10,000 this fall.
“International Orientation is designed to support international students on their transition to Canada, the Niagara region and to their studies at NC,” said Sean Coote, director of NC’s International Division. “For many of these students, it will be their first time leaving their country and, for almost all of them, their first time to Canada.”
Niagara offers specialization in food and wine sciences, advanced technology, media, teaching English as a second language, applied health and community safety, supported by learning in food, wine, beer, horticulture and esthetics. Niagara College offers Bachelor of Applied Business (International Commerce and Global Development) degree program.
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