University grads flocking to colleges
June 18, 2012

Canadian community colleges get most of the credit for making the country among the top nations in the world in the proportion of 25- to 34-year-olds who hold some sort of post-secondary degree.

Canadian colleges increasingly attract students who already possess a university degree or who are transferring from university, according to Academica Group, a leading North American provider of market research, institutional positioning and brand strategy, web development and creative services for the higher education sector.

What’s driving the success of Canadian colleges as much as anything is the notion that at a time when post-secondary education costs so much, it should lead as directly as possible to a career.

To learn more about the success of Canadian Colleges, see More Canadian university grads enrolling in college.