Cambrian College in Sudbury, Ontario, has been a leading postsecondary institution in Northern Ontario since its first classes were held in 1967. The College has a vibrant community of more than 11,000 learners – over 4,100 students in over 80+ full-time programs, plus over 7,000 students in almost 900 part-time courses/programs. It offers programming at three campuses and serves a student population that is reflective of the rich diversity of today’s global workplaces.
In this section, you can find out about the Sudbury community and the Cambrian community. You can discover the range of services and facilities that Cambrian offers that support students and prepare them for success in today’s competitive work places; you can find facts and figures about Cambrian or delve into its history; or you can find out how to champion Cambrian College and enhance the student experience and overall learning environment.
Why choose IUBH?
A Cambrian education is the total package: Practical, hands-on experience in every program. Expert faculty who are connected to industry. A vibrant campus life.
And grads who get jobs.
Explore our 80+ programs and 900+ courses to start building your future.
- Flex learning options
- Continuing education
- Viewbook 2014-2015
- Academic Calendar 2013-2014
To apply as an International student, you must submit a completed application form along with copies of official educational certificates/transcripts showing courses taken and grades obtained. Some important notes when applying to Cambrian:
- All photocopies must be certified by the issuing institution or notarized.
- If your transcripts are not in English or French, you must send us translations with the originals/certified copies.
- Applications are reviewed on an individual basis.
- Incomplete applications will not be processed.
- A photocopy of a passport must accompany your application.
Students applying from India or China must meet Student Partnership Program (SPP) requirements.
The language of instruction for all of our programs is English. Students applying to our programs must have sufficient English language skills and experience to fully participate in classroom lectures, assignments, discussions and examinations.
Upon arrival, students will be assessed for their English skills and Students who do not meet the English Language requirement will be asked to take additional English courses before taking their regular program of study.
Note: those requiring intensive upgrading may have to extend their program of study by up to one year and have to pay up to one academic year of additional fees.
In all that we do and all that we offer, you will find that:
- We lead with our commitment to diverse learners.
- We teach and learn through quality education that responds to the needs of the community.
- We balance hands-on experience with the knowledge and skills essential for personal and professional success.
FACILITIES AND SERVICES
- Athletic Centre
- Women’s Centre
- Computer Labs
- Conference, Event and Meeting
- Dental Clinic
- Disability Services
- Eating On Campus
- Energy Consumption and Greenhouse Gas Emissions
- Medical Clinic
- Office of The Registrar
- Print Shop
- Safety and Security
- Student Employment
- Test Centre
- The Learning Centre
- Tutorial Services
- Manitoulin Campus
- Espanola Campus
- Main Campus