We specialize in storytelling of all forms. No matter your medium, we show you how to bring your art to life: on page, stage, screen, or speaker. Get hands-on experience through Live Labs, regular performances, and ongoing work-integrated learning, and learn the industry-specific business skills needed wherever your career and your story take you. Your professional future starts here.
Through work placements, events, cultural activities and volunteer opportunities, you will make connections with students, alumni and professionals in the field.
Whether you need academic or personal help, we have services on campus to assist you.
In small classes, you will connect with expert faculty who have extensive industry experience. They know what employers are looking for and have connections and advice that can help even after you graduate.
In this increasingly interconnected world, global experiences are invaluable to education. Each year, over 500 Humber students go abroad for an enriching study or work experience.
Whether you’re looking to develop a new skillset, or planning to make a career-change, our Continuous Professional Learning department has got you covered.
Real-world learning is part of the classroom experience through on-campus facilities that focus on state-of-the-art technology.
Gordon Wragg Recording Studios
The Humber Recording Studio is a professional, educational recording facility consisting of a state of the art studio, electronic classroom, and individual digital audio workstation rooms.
96.9 Radio Humber (CKHC-FM) is both a 60-watt campus-community radio station operating from Humber’s North Campus and a best of class, award-winning training facility that counts several well-known broadcasters among its alumni.
The Newsroom adds to the technical proficiency of Humber Journalism students, keeping them at the cutting edge of the industry.
Specializing in communications, BuildingF brings marketers and agencies together with advanced students from virtually any Humber program to produce strategic creative content and technology solutions.
The Usability Lab is a full-fledged mobile lab where content creators can capture and assess the interaction between user and design.
HD TV Mobile Unit
The HD TV Mobile is a multi-camera television facility used for remote broadcast television production. It offers a real-world broadcast production experience for students, using state-of-the-art equipment found in similar industry facilities.
Organized just like a professional shop, the wardrobe shop is equipped with all the industry standard machines needed to work with textiles. Students use this shop to craft costumes for Humber Theatre productions under the supervision of professional costumers.
The Lakeshore Auditorium is a 576-seat performance space used for ensemble classes, clinics and concerts.
Four Media and Creative Arts students won at Skills Ontario. The organization promotes and celebrates youth who are pursuing careers in the skilled trades and technologies as students apply their learning in competitive settings.
From awards nominations, to securing jobs, to getting involved with some truly interesting projects, the Humber RBD community is using their talent to shape the Radio landscape in Canada. Read more about the success the RBD community has been involved with recently.
The Centre for Creative Business Innovation (CCBI) encourages creative collaboration, applied research and project-based learning. An invaluable resource for companies and communities, the CCBI brings together interdisciplinary teams of students, faculty and industry or community partners to solve complex, real-world problems. By working closely with industry professionals, Humber students gain the professional skills, entrepreneurial attitudes and innovation literacy that will accelerate their career success.
The Centre for Creative Business Innovation (CCBI) is part of Humber's Centres of Innovation Network.