CDI College

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CDI College
Established 1970
Type Private, For-profit
Academic staff 350+
Admin. staff 150+
Students 5,000+
Location 26 campuses, Canada
Campus Urban
Locations 26 campuses[1]
Website cdicollege.ca

CDI College is a for-profit college in Canada. It offers programs in the business, technology and health care fields. There are 26 campus locations; 7 in British Columbia, 7 in Alberta, 1 in Manitoba, 6 in Ontario and 5 in Quebec.

The school is owned by The Eminata Group, Inc. It was previously known as The Toronto School of Business.

About[edit]

CDI College offers programs in the areas of Business, Technology, Healthcare, Early Childhood Education, Legal Studies, and Art & Design. It operates in five provinces (British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec), employs over 900 teachers and staff, and has approximately 8,000 students.

On November 8, 2007, the previous parent company completed the sale of substantially all the assets of its corporate training division, CDI Education for C$19 million (US$16 million) to CrossOff Incorporated.

In December 2007, Corinthian Colleges, Inc. (CCi) re-branded their Ontario campuses as Everest College and sold the remaining campus locations across Canada to the Eminata Group.[2]

Since 2007, new programs have been added and a new website was launched, allowing potential students to chat with school representatives and apply online.

Ownership[edit]

Corinthian Colleges Inc. purchased CDI College in July 2003,[3] though this only lasted for about 4 and a half years before CCi sold CDI College to the Eminata Group in December 2007. CCi retained their Ontario schools in the purchase deal and re-branded them as Everest College while all others were sold to the Eminata Group, Inc.[4]


CDI Locations[edit]

British Columbia:

Alberta:

Manitoba:

Ontario:

Quebec:

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "CDI College Campus Locations". Retrieved 2012-11-17. 
  2. ^ CCI sells campuses to Eminata Group News Release Dec. 14, 2007
  3. ^ Corinthian Purchase
  4. ^ CCI sells campuses to Eminata Group News Release Dec. 2007

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