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Information for students, faculty and staff regarding COVID-19. (Updated: 15 April 2021)

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Humber College

Genereal guidelines for study levels in Canada

First year courses are often adapted to those newly admitted to the university. Therefore, it may be more valuable to choose higher-level courses if you choose to study courses in your main field. For more information, please visit the university's website.

About Humber College

Available places: 4 (for the academic year 2021/2022)

Established: 1967
Number of students: 33,000
Campus: The university has three campuses: North Campus, Lakeshore Campus and Orangeville Campus (the Orangeville campus is not open for exchange students)North Campus is the largets one, situated in central Toronto.
Student life: The university has more than 50 student clubs and plenty of on-campus events and student services. There are options for everyone to get involved, meet new people and learn new things. The North Campus offers many services including a library, study areas and athletic facilities, it is also conveniently connected to walking paths through the nature gardens of Humber Arboretum. Lakeshore Campus is located in historic west-end Toronto on Lake Ontario and also offers many facilities including a gym, computer labs and an art gallery. 

About Toronto

Toronto is the largest city in Canada with around 5 million inhabitants in the metropolitan area. The city is located in Ontario in south west of Canada, close to the boarder of USA. Toronto is the financial centre in Canada and is important for the country's business activities. It is a multi-cultural city with many nationalities and a wide offering of museums, theatres, festivals and operas. Nearby Toronto are the Niagara Falls.

Information from Humber College

Closed programmes: Classes in nursing and paralegal studies are not open to exchange students. Students can not take courses within certificate programmes. 

Umeå students are strongly recommended to take courses in one of Humber's Honours Bachelor's degree Programmes (i.e. undergraduate). Students will have to complete a bachelor's degree in order to apply for Post-Graduate courses.

Full time studies on undergraduate level (corresponding to 30 hp): 15 credits

Course types:
Usually 3 credits/course

Course levels:
Diploma (two years)
Advanced Diploma (three years)
Honours Bachelor degree (four years)
Post-Graduate Certificate (one or two years) requires a completed Bachelor's Degree to join.

Academic year:
Autumn term: September–December
Winter term: January–April

Accommodation

On-campus accommodation is offered but not guaranteed. Students are strongly encouraged to live in a Residence suite (two separate bedrooms to a Residence suite).

Read more at

Full-time search

Step 1: Click on "Credential"
Step 2: Select "Honours Degree" for Humber's four-year (8 semester) Bachelor degrees or select "Advanced Diploma" for Humber's three year (6-semester) program
Step 3: Click on the subject you are interested in and you will find the courses further down on the page.

International Program Availability

International Students

Student grants and loans for studies outside of Sweden

You may be entitled to student grants and loans from CSN when studying abroad.

As the cost of living and accommodation may be higher abroad, you can apply for an extra loan known as an additional loan for studies abroad.

You can also apply for an additional loan to cover additional costs, i.e. travel and insurance costs.