Timmins has four school boards that offer English, French, and French immersion elementary and secondary education.
District School Board Ontario Northeast (Public)
Northeastern Catholic District School Board (Catholic)
Conseil scolaire public du Nord-Est de l’Ontario (Public)
Conseil scolaire catholique de district des Grandes Rivières (Catholic)
Timmins is home to four post-secondary institutions offering a wide range of full-time, part-time, and distance programs.
The college offers over 75 full-time and part-time certificates, diplomas, and apprenticeship programs in areas such as business, community services, health sciences and emergency services, engineering technology and trades, welding, and veterinary sciences. A leader in the delivery of distance education, Northern provides a full-range of diverse learning options.
Algoma U at Timmins campus offers a unique learning opportunity, which provides diploma-to-degree and university transfer students with the opportunity to accelerate their career path and put them on the path to professional success, while living at home. Programs include the Bachelor of Social Work and Bachelor of Arts in Community Development.
The Timmins campus offers a full range of francophone post-secondary education services including full-time, on-campus, distance courses and apprenticeships. The Timmins campus offers various programs in the fields of business, social and health sciences, and trades including office administration, culinary arts, social work, practical nursing, electrical, and heavy equipment repair.
Université de Hearst has campuses in Timmins, Hearst, and Kapuskasing, and is the only exclusively francophone university-level institution in the province. The university offers its students a whole range of undergraduate programs, including business administration, interdisciplinary studies, management, and psychology.
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