10 Most Popular Arts and Design Programs in Canada

10. Fashion Design Advanced College Diploma (Co-op) – Fanshawe College Those looking to enter the fast-paced fashion industry should consider Fanshawe College’s Fashion Design program. One of Ontario’s largest and most popular colleges, Fanshawe is a leader in applied education and welcomes thousands of students from more than 40 countries every year.

9. Bachelor of Arts: Communication, Media and Film – University of Windsor If you’re going to study media and film, you might as well do it in Canada’s southernmost city. The University of Windsor’s Bachelor of Arts in Communication, Media and Film teaches students about the world of media through both practical and theoretical course work.

8. Bachelor of Arts: Media Arts and Cultures – University of New Brunswick The University of New Brunswick’s Bachelor of Arts – Media Arts and Cultures is one of the first programs of its kind in Canada. Students receive not only a superb liberal arts education but practical, hands-on experience as well.

7. 3D Modeling, Art & Animation (College Diploma) – British Columbia Institute of Technology 3D artists and animators are in increasingly high demand and the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) has produced some of Canada’s best. At the end of the two-year 3D Modeling, Art & Animation Diploma, students will have the skills employers are looking for.

6. Bachelor of Arts: Fine Arts – University of Waterloo The University of Waterloo is recognized worldwide for its technology and engineering programs. However, U of W’s Arts faculty is also highly respected, with fine arts proving popular among international students.

5. Bachelor of Arts: Fine Arts – Algoma University Looking to study fine arts but want a more intimate learning experience? You may want to consider Algoma University, which prides itself on being the smallest university in the province of Ontario.

4. Interactive Media Design (INM), College Diploma – Seneca College (York Campus) Seneca College’s two-year diploma in Interactive Media Design prepares students for a wide range of digital media-focused careers. Whether your interest is in graphic design, digital marketing, or even visual effects, Seneca’s program is built with hands-on experience in mind.

3. Bachelor of Global Business and Digital Arts – University of Waterloo The University of Waterloo’s Bachelor of Global Business and Digital Arts degree features a unique structure. Students spend the first two years of the program at Waterloo’s main campus and the final two years at the digital media campus in Stratford, Ontario.

2. User Experience Design (Graduate Certificate) – St. Lawrence College, Kingston, ON. UX designers are in high demand in Canada. St. Lawrence College prepares graduates for this exciting field in just eight months with its popular User Experience Design Graduate Certificate.

1. Bachelor of Interior Design – Yorkville University, Toronto Over the last decade, Yorkville University has emerged as one of Canada’s most popular study destinations for international students. While Yorkville has campuses in Toronto and Vancouver, only the Toronto location offers the Bachelor of Interior Design program.

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