Niagara College was established in 1967 at Welland to give more career-oriented courses to students. This college was the absolute first school in Canada to show breweries and wineries. The school had opened the Tourism Industry Development Center (TIDC) to train students in the hospitality and the travel industry area as Canada saw a swell in the travel industry. The university has three dynamic campuses- the Welland Campus, the Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus, and the Taif Campus. The campuses at Welland are arranged at 100 Niagara College Boulevard. These grounds have a movement place, a grounds store, a games center, open PC labs, a cafeteria, and a library. It offers programs representing TV and film, youth instruction, a place for policing and local area security studies, and broadcasting. It has the Niagara Children's Safety Village and the new Welland YMCA. These campuses have the Niagara Waters Spa, lounge area, winery showing segment, and the Niagara Culinary Institute. It additionally has living labs, a field nursery, and on-location nursery gear. Niagara College Canada's striking graduated classes are photographic artist Edward Burtynsky, legislator Shirley Coppen, sportscaster Dan Dunleavy, government official Christel Haeck, lawmaker Peter Kormos, and columnist Bernie McNamee. BBA is one of the best courses to study abroad.
|Student to teacher ratio||15:1|
|Living cost||CAD 7,800|
|Accommodation||On-campus and off-campus|
|Average package||CAD 40,000|
|Tuition fee per year||CAD 11,000|
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On-campus and off-campus
|Avg Cost of Tuition/year||11000 CAD|
|Cost of Living/year||CAD 7,800|