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The International office at both North and Lakeshore Campuses won't be open for Reading Week (Oct. 26 - Oct. 30) If you'd like to get in touch with us online, please use our Contact Form

Students can find a complete list of programs with downloads including program and course details at Current Student Resources

For information on which services on campus remain open, please monitor Humber Updates

We will continue to process applications for upcoming intakes. Current approximate application processing time is approximately six weeks. Please check Humber Updates for the most up-to-date information. Please also check Humber Colleges and Humber Global’s social media accounts.

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Frequently Asked Questions

With a focus on business and technology, the IGS provides a professional learning environment connecting students with business and industry in the downtown core. With brand new classrooms, state-of-the-art technology, a learning commons and study spaces, students will work collaboratively on interdisciplinary projects in an intimate learning environment. Work-integrated programs, networking opportunities and an alumni mentorship program will provide pathways to career opportunities through the industry hub. Programs are tailored specifically for international graduate students to ensure successful transition to learning and working in Canada. 

Humber’s unique graduate education advances the careers of students while also providing opportunities for advanced standing in a master’s credential through one of Humber’s global partners, which means less time and expense to further education.

The school is a great choice for those who want to study with other international students in a smaller downtown location. Students will be in the heart of Toronto’s vibrant downtown core with a variety of cafes and restaurants, galleries and museums, theatres, festivals and sporting events.

Yes, many of the professors that teach at the IGS will teach in the same program at the at North or Lakeshore campuses.

You will have access to similar services that students at the North and Lakeshore students have access to but in a different format. IGS students will have access to athletics facilities and health services through local partners.  

Counselling, accessibility and career support will be available to students on-site. There are many restaurants, cafes and grocery stores in the area and a kitchenette on site for staff and students. 

Located in the heart of the business and industry capital of Canada, students will have regular exposure to industry specialist and alumni through the industry hub, applied research opportunities and internships. Networking events and mentorship programs will link students to future career pathways.

Living downtown can be more expensive but there are more part-time work opportunities and with easy access to the subway students may opt to live in one of Toronto’s eclectic neighbourhoods.

There will be a number of events and activities for IGS students at the IGS in the downtown core. IGS students will also have access to events at the North and Lakeshore campus.

The Industry Hub will connect students with industry representatives through applied research projects, guest speakers, networking events an alumni mentorship program along with internship opportunities.

The IGS will leverage new and existing partnerships through Humber’s extensive network of partnerships at the program, faculty and institutional level.