World-Renowned.

From the spectacular Niagara Falls to beautiful parks, orchards, vineyards, trails, and gardens, Niagara is a wonderful place to live, work and study.

The Gateway to North America

Located in the heart of southern Ontario and adjacent to the United States, the region is situated between Lake Ontario and Lake Erie. Most of the region's cities and towns are less than a one-hour drive to Toronto, Buffalo or western New York.

Niagara's Quality of Life

Heritage districts and friendly communities are sprinkled across the region. Numerous festivals and events take place year-round. More than 40 golf courses, 25 private campgrounds and the Greater Niagara Circle Route provide a variety of recreational activities.

Unique Microclimate

Sheltered by the Niagara Escarpment with the moderating influence of two Great Lakes, Niagara enjoys a unique microclimate. Niagara is known for its tender fruit and is one of the world's emerging wine regions with more than 60 wineries.


Learn more about studying in Niagara:

Brock University

Post-Secondary School

Bock University - located in St. Catharines Ontario - is home to international students from more than 80 countries, with support services in place to assist all students in reaching their full potential.

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Niagara College

Post-Secondary School

Many Niagara College programs include practical work which provides hands-on experience with a Canadian company and the opportunity to develop the skills and knowledge for which employers are looking for.

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Ridley College

Secondary School

Almost all Ridley graduates proceed directly to Canadian, American and International universities. High-achieving students from middle-income families access a scholarship and bursary program totalling almost $2-million.

Ridley College