Talent in Brampton

​Our workforce gives us a competitive edge​ and makes us a national leader for attracting, developing and retaining n​ew jobs and talent.

The Province of Ontario is a top producer of STEM Graduates in North America.


As part of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) Brampton has access to 3.2 Million Labour Pool

Educated and Skilled Labour Force

At 36.5 years, Brampton has the lowest average age among Canada's largest cities. This young, educated, and multicultural force of over 320,000 strong grew 33% from 2006-2016.

multicultaral workforce 

Brampton's Post Secondary Education

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Sheridan College - Davis Campus

Brampton is home to Sheridan College, one of Canada's premier polytechnic institutes and is dedicated to exceptional applied learning and graduate success. Sheridan's Davis Campus has over 13,000 students and offers an extensive list of programs in applied health, community services, engineering information technology, the skilled trades and apprenticeships.

Davis campus is home to Computer Programming, Computer Systems Technician, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering programs, Experiential learning program and Skilled Trades Centre.

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Algoma University Brampton Campus

Algoma University's Brampton Campus is located in the downtown area and offers a unique opportuniity for those who wish to advance their careers in business.

Quickly growing in Downtown Brampton, expected enrolment of 500 student by Fall 2019.

BBA programs yield graduates in as little as 20 months.

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Ryerson University's Chang School of Continuing Education

Starting in January 2019, The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education at Ryerson University offers two cybersecurity courses in Brampton from The Chang School’s Certificate in Computer Security and Digital Forensics.

No prerequisite requirements to increase diversity of program.

Ryerson will have an active role in our Pilot Incubator