SPP Colleges in Ontario with Cities

SPP Colleges in Ontario with Cities

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Updated on Sep 27, 2022 18:04 IST

SPP Colleges in Ontario with Cities

Canada is an emerging destination among students studying abroad. This country is popular for its high standard of education and top universities in the world. Two of the most popular cities in Canada Toronto and Ottawa are part of the Ontario province. The presence of these multi-cultural cities is enough to attract international students to Ontario colleges and universities. Under the SPP program, a few of the most popular colleges are in Ontario, namely Fanshawe, George Brown, Humber, etc. The full form of SPP is the Student Partners Program.

SPP refers to the Student Partners Program, which is a combo of Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) and the Association of Canadian Community Colleges (ACCC) to promote and increase the count of international students in Canadian universities launched the Student Partnership Program (SPP). This program will make the admission process easier for international students who wish to study in Canada. For admission to top universities in Canada, SPP Colleges are an easy and helpful option for students.

Ontario’s economy flourishes because this region has a distinctive combination of resources, a record of manufacturing proficiency, exports, and openness to innovation. The region of Ontario alone generates around 37% of the total national GDP. Almost 50% of skilled professionals in technological and financial services are based in Ontario alone. Therefore, the strong economy provides a solid base for prospective students in terms of employment. Below, we have provided the list of popular colleges in different cities of Ontario.

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Note: Student Direct Stream (SDS) program in India has recently replaced Student Partners Program (SPP).

College/University Name


Algonquin College

Ottawa, Ontario

Cambrian College

Greater Sudbury, Ontario

Canadore College

North Bay, Ontario

Centennial College

Toronto, Ontario

Conestoga College

Kitchener, Ontario

Confederation College of Applied Arts & Technology

Thunder Bay, Ontario

Durham College

Oshawa, Ontario

Fanshawe College of Applied Arts & Technology

London, Ontario

Fleming College

Peterborough, Ontario

George Brown College

Toronto, Ontario

Georgian College

North Bay, Ontario

Humber College

Toronto, Ontario

Lambton College

Sarnia, Ontario

Loyalist College

Belleville, Ontario

Mohawk College of Applied Arts & Technology

Hamilton, Ontario

Niagara College of Applied Arts and Technology

Waterloo, Ontario

Northern College

Timmins, Ontario

Sault College

Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario

Seneca College of Applied Arts & Technology

Toronto, Ontario

Sheridan College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning

Oakville, Ontario

St. Clair College of Applied Arts & Technology

Windsor, Ontario

St. Lawrence College

Kingston, Ontario

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Q. Which are the SPP colleges in Canada?

A. Algonquin College, Centennial College of Applied Arts & Technology, Columbia College, Dawson College, Durham College, etc. are the popular SPP colleges in Canada.

Q. Is SPP and SDS the same?

A. Student Direct Stream (SDS), earlier known as Students Partner Program (SPP), is an initiative by Canadian Immigration Authorities that enables the students to apply for visa applications under the SDS category, while the Non-SDS is often called the General Category. 

Q. Which colleges have Toronto campuses?

A. George Brown College, Seneca College., Humber College, Centennial College, Algonquin College, etc. are the colleges having campuses in Toronto city in Canada.

Q. How do I apply for SPP in Canada?

A. Students need to follow the below criteria for applying to SPP Colleges in Canada. Read: Eligibility/Requirements for applying under SPP
  • Select an SPP college and course of choice.
  • Appear for the required tests.
  • Apply for course admission.
  • Medical Examination.
  • Guaranteed Investment Certificate (GIC)
  • Apply for a student visa.

Q. What is the SSP program in Canada?

A. SPP refers to a Student Partnership Program, which is an arrangement between selected Canadian colleges and the Canadian High Commission in India to provide quick and easy study visas for prospective students. The visa processing is easier and faster under SPP and you have to show fewer documents.
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3 years ago

Hi Im Ashwin i have completed my UG in B.TECH mech with 74% and M.tech Manufacturing with 84%, right now im also working as a managing partner in Indianoil Retail outlet. im looking for options to migrate to canada or EU countries with with less investment and work with PR status

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Piyush Kohli

3 years ago

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Sweta Patel

4 years ago

I have completed M. SC (Maths). What course is best for me in Canada... Can u suggest me

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4 years ago

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Sharan Jit

4 years ago

Lampton college page are not open due to some problems plz fix it i want to know about some courses and eligibility at there...

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4 years ago

Dear Sharan, thank you for bringing this to our notice, please share the link with us, so, we can resolve this issue.


Sharan Jit

4 years ago

Hey....lampton college page are not open due to some problems...plz fix it i want to check programs and eligibility at there....

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My son Age Is 17 Year.12 Th Completed in March 2019 Exam With 65%.IELTS score Each 5 .5.Please advise how got student Visa in Canada and which University



Piyush Kohli

4 years ago

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