Fleming College offers over 130 full-time programs.
These programs can help you add specialized skills to your college diploma or university degree - and give you an edge in the job market. We have programs in a wide variety of career areas, including the environment, business, technology, arts, and community development.
Go to the Post Graduate Programs page.
Ontario's Apprenticeship Certification Act recommends that those in the designated trades be employed and registered as apprentices with the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development. In addition to on-the-job training, all apprentices in these trades are required to attend classes in trade training and related academic subjects at an approved agency. Fleming College offers a variety of apprenticeship programs , combining the required practical experience and theory, led by fully qualified instructors. Facilities used are well-equipped, industrial technical shops.
Go to the Apprenticeships page.
Fleming College offers several programs that lead to rewarding careers FOR WORKPLACE LEVEL GRADS. Bridge programs that offer credit or guaranteed entry to our college diploma programs are also available.
Go to the Programs for Workplace (E) Graduates page.
We understand that an education abroad can be both enriching and daunting, so we dedicate ourselves to making your experience in and out of the classroom a success. We will connect with you regularly and often to give you the support you need and help you adjust well academically, culturally and socially. We'll help you get involved, meet other students and make the most out of your stay.
Go to the International Education page page.
The Indigenous Education Designation is replacing the Aboriginal Emphasis Initiative formerly offered at Fleming College. The purpose of the IPD is to provide students who choose to access this optional learning with a more in-depth knowledge of Indigenous (First Nations, Métis and Inuit) peoples, their cultures, histories, traditions and contributions to our shared society. The programs that offer the IPD as an option have also committed to providing discipline-specific Indigenous curriculum, beyond what will be offered in the two general education subjects that students are required to take.
Go to the Indigenous Education Designation page.
Second Career is an Ontario government program that helps laid off and unemployed workers train for new careers in growing areas of the economy.
Second Career provides up to $28,000 for assistance in paying for tuition, books, other instructional costs, transportation and a basic living allowance. The program is a cost-sharing grant provided on the basis of need, so applicants may be asked to contribute to their training or education.
Go to the Second Career Training page.
Did you know that you could use your Fleming College certificate or diploma to continue your postsecondary education in pursuit of a degree? Fleming has many articulation and credit transfer agreements with Ontario, Canadian and international postsecondary institutions. Each articulation or credit transfer agreement summarizes admission requirements and the recognition of credits earned through a Fleming College certificate or diploma program.
Go to the Education Pathways page.