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At Peel College of Professional Studies, we continuously strive to enhance various aspects of our institution, particularly in assisting our students in securing employment and improving their overall experience while studying with us. To achieve this, we have partnered with Forum Research Canada, a reputable research company contracted by the Ministry of Colleges & Universities.

As part of our commitment to measuring and maintaining high standards, graduates will receive calls from Forum Research Canada. These calls serve as Graduate Satisfaction Surveys, which provide valuable feedback to assess our college’s Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). We ensure that our students are informed in advance about these calls, allowing them to participate in the survey and contribute to the ongoing improvement of our college.

By engaging in these surveys, our graduates play an essential role in shaping the future of Peel College and ensuring that we continue to provide an exceptional educational experience. We appreciate the cooperation and input of our students as we work together to create an environment that meets their needs and exceeds their expectations.

Evaluating Success Post Graduation

Private Career Colleges (PCCs) in Ontario are dedicated to evaluating student outcomes to gauge their success post-graduation. Key questions such as graduation rates, employment prospects, job relevance, and student loan repayment are essential considerations. Since 2013, PCCs have collaborated with the Ministry and its partners to collect data addressing these inquiries. This data is then utilized to establish key performance indicators (KPIs), which provide measurable values to assess the experiences of PCC vocational program graduates.

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KPIs serve multiple purposes, including empowering prospective students to make intelligent decisions about their further education and helping institutions identify strengths, weaknesses, and areas for improvement. Through the analysis of KPIs, PCCs strive to enhance program quality and support student success in pursuing rewarding careers.

The Key Performance Indicators published on the Ministry website include: 

  • Graduation rate 
  • Graduate employment rate 
  • Graduate satisfaction rate 
  • Graduate employment rate in the field of study 
  • Employer satisfaction rate

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KPIs for Colleges in Ontario

The Ontario Ministry of Colleges and Universities requires Key Performance Indicators to be available to the public. These details are available for all Ontario Private Career Colleges by clicking on the button below. 

2021 KPIs


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