New pathway partner for Braemar College, Canada

October 15, 2013

Braemar College has announced that the University of Toronto has become its newest partner as part of the existing University Pathways Program.



Photo: Braemar College campus


The college, also based in Toronto, Canada, in line with the program, will give advantages to students who wish to access to some of the best universities in the country, including current partners Ryerson University, Waterloo University, York University, and also now the University of Toronto.

Blair McDonald, Director of Braemar College, said, “We are excited to be working with the University of Toronto in this new capacity. Some years back our school relocated to 299 College Street, just across from the University of Toronto’s St George Campus. We now feel even closer.

“Our staff looks forward to building on this timely milestone in advance of our expansion for September 2014.”

All Pathways Program partners are owned and funded by the Canadian government. They offer courses in fine art, business, engineering, computer science, medicine and law, among many others. 

The University of Toronto, with more than 82,000 students and over 500,000 alumni worldwide, is one of the strongest research and teaching facilities in North America.

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