Established in 1827, the University of Toronto is Canada’s most important research institution. Leading academics globally have rated the University of Toronto number one in Canada and 22nd in the world according to the 2016-17 Times Higher Education World University Rankings. Undergraduates can choose from the largest selection of programs and courses in Canada: over 800 in arts, science, and business alone. The University also has a wide range of professional programs including Architecture, Engineering, Kinesiology & Physical Education, Law, Medicine, Music, and Pharmacy. The quality and range of the programs attract students from nearly 170 countries.
“The University of Toronto is one of Canada’s leading universities and we are proud to partner with Braemar College, located just steps from our historic St. George campus. We are also very pleased to accept highly qualified graduates from Braemar with the top graduate each year receiving the Braemar College – University of Toronto Award of Excellence.”
Ken Withers Director, University Student Recruitment, University of Toronto
Year after year, Waterloo ranks as Canada’s most innovative university. The world’s largest co-op program – where students alternate school and paid work terms with 6,700 employers – makes Waterloo distinct. It’s also why CEOs and corporate recruiters rate us #1 for career preparation.
Choose from more than 100 undergraduate programs in areas such as Applied Health Sciences, Arts, Business, Engineering, Environment, Mathematics, and Science.
With 50,000 university and college students, the community is student-focused and home to 150+ different ethnic backgrounds. The university is located in the city of Waterloo, 110 km west of Toronto, Canada’s largest city.
“The University of Waterloo enjoys a wonderful partnership with Braemar College. The academic- and student-focused community that Braemar offers has prepared many students for success at our university. When you begin to plan for post-secondary studies, I hope that you’ll consider Waterloo. As Canada’s most innovative university, we’ll help you develop your ideas and accomplish anything you put your mind to.”
Feridun Hamdullahpur President & Vice-Chancellor, University of Waterloo
Ryerson University is Canada’s leader in innovative, career-oriented education. Urban, culturally diverse and inclusive, the university is home to more than 45,300 students, including 2,600 Master’s and PhD students, 3,800 faculty and staff, and nearly 198,000 alumni worldwide. Ryerson’s focus on innovation, entrepreneurship and a mission to serve societal need is highlighted through its unique zone learning option. Zone learning provides students with opportunities and resources to take ideas from concept to commercial viability and create sustainable new businesses or civic and social ventures.
“Ryerson is pleased to welcome applications from Braemar College, and honoured to take part in the Braemar College – Ryerson University Robert McDonald Award for Excellence Scholarship program.”
Soeun Outh, Manager, Student Recruitment, Undergraduate Admissions and Recruitment, Ryerson University
York offers a modern, academic experience in Toronto, Canada’s most international city and is host to a dynamic community of students, faculty and staff with 260,000+ alumni worldwide. Our Faculties and 27 research centres conduct groundbreaking research, cutting across traditional academic boundaries. The University has two unique campuses. The Keele campus presents extensive facilities in a modern, self-contained environment and Glendon fosters future leaders with a liberal arts education in both English and French, on a scenic midtown campus. York’s campuses offer a vibrant community for top scholars seeking a multi-cultural, cosmopolitan atmosphere. Due to strong admission standards, students may be required to present higher averages for programs such as Business, Engineering and other Science related majors with specific preparation in certain subject areas.
“York University and Braemar College have enjoyed a long history of assisting students in achieving academic excellence. We are proud to be partners in student success.”
Jock Phippen, Director Recruitment and Admissions, York University
A pathway is a link between schools. The pathways we’ve developed involve three elements:
Students meeting all of the above conditions will be eligible for one of the Awards of Excellence granted each year.