Graduates of the liberal arts — the social sciences and humanities — are in high demand for jobs in Canada and internationally due to their strong communication, critical thinking, and problem solving skills.
In response to the worldwide call for bilingual science graduates, we are proud to offer BSc programs in Psychology and Biology, which pairs our language focused education with a hard science curriculum.
Our international Bachelor of Arts (iBA) and international Bachelor of Science (iBSc) programs add a unique global dimension to our quality programs.
A Glendon education gives students the opportunity to study, live and work in a vibrantly international environment. With students and staff hailing from over 100 different countries, Glendonites build their language skills while earning their degree.
Our multilingual and internationally focused education proves to be highly advantageous when students join the workforce with a variety of perspectives and understandings.
We are committed to providing students with language skills for an increasingly global workforce. Whether your student is already bilingual or interested in learning another language, we will help them to improve in English and French, and possibly more languages, in a supportive environment.
Since the beginning, we have believed that small classes and a strong sense of community are key factors in student success. True to this vision, today our campus is home to 2,700 students with an average class size of 26, and our student satisfaction ratings are exemplary.
Set on the historic Wood family estate, our campus is a lush parkland in the heart of Toronto — an inspiring setting for university studies and a great backdrop for relaxing outside of class. We are ideally situated only moments from the subway or a short drive to downtown.
January to April: Bring Your Class to Campus
Our on-campus visit program is designed to help high school students explore their university options, get a real taste of academic and campus life, and to prepare for the transition to university. We usually welcome students in Grades 10 and 11.
Most teachers opt for 2 hours on campus; we’ll help you plan a visit that fits your schedule.
Build your visit with the following options:
Experience a university class! Choose from a selection of lectures, each taking an interdisciplinary, interactive look at a relevant, current issue. Presented by a student recruitment professional. Approximate duration: 1 hour.
This lecture looks at the use of French as an international language across the world, and how French is applied in an everyday context. It is also designed to inspire students to embrace bilingualism as it helps the brain and can open doors to a wide range of career and travel opportunities. We will also review Glendon’s French Studies program as an example of the international Francophonie present on our campus. This is an interactive, fun presentation that encourages students to speak and participate in French. Presentations are available in French or bilingually.
One of our student ambassadors will show your class around our campus, exploring the facilities, services, and activities on campus. Tours are offered in English, French, or bilingually.
Approximate duration: 1 hour.
Include some down time in your day! If you’d like to stay for a meal, we can assist you in organizing lunch on campus through our food services team.
September to early December: Let Us Come to You
During the fall, our Student Recruitment Officers travel to you with a 45 to 60 minute interactive presentation tailored to Grade 11 and 12 students. With a focus on languages and internationalism, we highlight our degrees and programs, choosing a field of study, helpful tips on navigating the admissions process, and maximizing funding opportunities.
Ready to book? Please contact Léa at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 416-487-6725.
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Recruitment & Liaison Assistant
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Welcome Centre Coordinator
Our campus is 15 minutes south of Highway 401, 15 minutes west of the Don Valley Parkway, 20 minutes north of the Lakeshore, and 25 minutes east of Pearson International Airport.
From the North-west/North-east: Highway 401
- Exit at Bayview Avenue, going southbound towards York Mills/Lawrence Avenue. Move into the right lane once you pass Post Road.Follow the signs for “Right lane must exit” and “Collège Glendon College” and take the lane with a ramp up, keeping left at the fork in the road. Turn left at the stop sign onto Lawrence and drive straight onto the campus.
From the South-west:QEW/Gardiner Expressway/Don Valley Parkway
- Follow the QEW/Gardiner Expressway east, following signs onto the Don Valley Parkway North. Continue northbound on the DVP and take the “Bayview Avenue” exit. Keep right at the fork and follow signs to Bayview Avenue. Go northbound to Lawrence Avenue until you pass Sunnybrook Hospital. Stay in the right lane following signs to “Lawrence Avenue West” and “Collège Glendon College”. Take the lane with the ramp up, keeping right at the light. You will turn straight onto the campus.
From the South-east: Lake Shore Boulevard/Don Valley Parkway
- Follow Lakeshore Boulevard West, following signs onto the Don Valley Parkway North. Continue northbound on the DVP and take the “Bayview Avenue” exit. Keep right at the fork and follow signs to Bayview Avenue. Go northbound to Lawrence Avenue until you pass Sunnybrook Hospital. Stay in the right lane following signs to “Lawrence Avenue West” and “Collège Glendon College”. Take the lane with the ramp up, keeping right at the light. You will turn straight onto the campus.