Each city is unique and all of them offer amazing educational opportunities, so your choice really depends on what kind of experience you would like to have.
Halifax is the smallest of the three cities, but it is the friendliest city. Halifax has five universities and three colleges, so it is a student-friendly city that offers excellent academic opportunities. There are less international students and immigrants in Halifax than in Ottawa or Toronto, so students typically learn English more quickly.
Ottawa, the capital of Canada, is a very professional, educated, clean and active city. It has been ranked as the best city in Canada to live in, and it is a great choice if you would like to live in a medium-sized city that offers a lot of cultural festivals and events year round.
Toronto is the largest city of the three and also the most multicultural. It is a great choice if you would like to live in a large city that offers great entertainment.
Halifax Duke Campus: 240 students
Halifax Citadel Campus: 220 students
Ottawa Campus: 220 students
Toronto Campus: 260 students
* New students can start their programs on any Monday during the year. If a holiday falls on a Monday, students will start their program on Tuesday.