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Aurora, Ontario
Town of Aurora, Ontario
Aurora's residents are both highly-skilled and well-educated, with over 45 per cent of residents holding a university degree, certificate or diploma.  The Town of Aurora is home to one of Ontario's finest education institutions, the highly-acclaimed and world-renowned St. Andrew's College.

Leading universities and colleges including the University of Toronto, Ryerson University, York University and Seneca College are all within a short driving distance (40 kilometres) of Aurora.  Aurora offers public and private, daycare, nursery, elementary and secondary educational facilities with several schools offering French as a primary language for instruction.

Aurora Education

Data Last Updated: 17 June, 2013
Characteristic (2013 unless noted) Value

Source: Manifold Data Mining Inc.

Educational Attainment, Persons Aged 25 - 64

Total population 25 - 64 years 31,204
No certificate, diploma or degree 2,023
With certificate, diploma or degree 29,181
With high school graduation certificate 6,867
Trades certificate or diploma 1,716
College or equivalent 7,612
University 12,986
With bachelors degree 7,449
With above bachelors degree 3,782

Post - Secondary Education Major Field of Study (by Highest Certificate, Diploma or Degree)

Education, recreational and counseling services 1,377
Fine and applied arts 695
Humanities and related fields 1,562
Social and behavioural sciences and law 3,570
Business, management and public administration 5,850
Physical and life sciences and technology 818
Mathematics, computer ad information sciences 1,055
Architecture, engineering and related technologies 3,491
Agriculture, natural resources and conservation 290
Health, parks, recreation and fitness 2,559
Personal, protective and transportation services 1,044
Other fields of study 0

Town of Aurora