Canada, Ontario

Established in 1966, Mohawk College of Applied Arts and Technology is a public institute nestled in the city of Hamilton, Ontario. It offers 130 full-time diplomae, advance diplomas, graduate certificate programs, apprenticeship programs and 1000 continuing education programs to 30,000 students each year. The college also provides collaborative degree programs in association with McMaster University. About 1800 international students come from 45 different countries, making the on-campus experience culturally diverse and versatile. Health and Medicine, Advocacy, Psychology, Animation, and Systems Engineering are few of the most popular and most-applied to Mohawk courses.

Campus Life

The college sprawls over a considerable area in Hamilton with its campuses, namely, Stoney Creek Campus, Fennell Campus, the Institute of Applied Health Sciences located within McMaster University and City School at Eva Rothwell Centre. There are 14 competitive varsity sports teams and a rich array of recreational activities for all levels at Mohawk. The institute provides on-campus residence with all modern amenities.

Noted Alumni

The Mohawk alumni community consists of 120000+ proud graduates across the globe. Some of the famous names include Dominic Agostino and Brad Clark (politicians), Annette Hamm (reporter and TV anchor), Jillian Barberie (actress and radio host), Joey Muha (youtube content creator and professional drummer), Alex Pierson (Canadian broadcaster), Brad Clark ( former politician in Ontario, Canada), Rachel Stuart (model, actress, TV personality) and Ardo Perri (retired soccer goalkeeper).