Ontario’s creative industry gross domestic product is now larger than the provincial energy industry and it surpasses those of the agriculture, forestry and mining sectors combined. The possibilities are endless – career opportunities are expanding.

Our graduates are contributing to the creative economy across various sectors. Here are a few examples of how their innovative ideas and finely tuned skills are increasingly in-demand and delivering valuable results.

Turn your artistic talent into a viable career – graduates have contributed to academy award® winning and nominated films, including Inside Out and The Revenant.

Make a statement on the runway – fashion students, faculty and alumni showcase collections at Toronto World MasterCard Fashion Week.

Shape the story – on-air alumni include David Common (CBC), Perdita Felicien (olympian/sports broadcaster), Melissa Grelo (The Social and Your Morning), Pooja Handa (CP24), Evanka Osmak (Rogers Sportsnet) and Colin D’Mello (CTV).

Make an impact with digital content – Television Broadcasting student Rajan Gahunia wrote and produced “Northside Since 95” – his own rap tribute video to the Toronto Raptors. The song quickly became a favourite among fans and players during the playoffs last season.

Increase your exposure – our music students perform at events like Toronto Indie Week, Canadian Music Week, Winterfolk and compete in emerging artist competitions.

Find your path – alumni reach their academic goals through extensive pathways at Seneca and through transfer agreements with other postsecondary institutions.  

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