The Canadian College of Modern Technology is located in picturesque Mile 91, in the rural, northern region of Sierra Leone, West Africa. The sprawling campus exudes natural beauty, trees, and shrubs and stretches across the rolling hills of Tonkolili District, Yoni Chiefdom. This peaceful setting is home to the state-of-the-art facilities of the Canadian College of Modern Technology, with lecture halls, offices, technology labs, dormitories, canteen, walkways, and outbuildings.
The College was founded in 2014 to provide world-class, tertiary education in Certificate, Diploma, and Degree levels. The Canadian College of Modern Technology strives to strengthen the quality of education and research to support national developmental strategies. The Canadian College of Modern Technology is a registered, non-profit corporation under the Sierra Leone Companies Act of 2001.

Staff and lecturers at the Canadian College of Modern Technology consistently demonstrate their commitment to students. It’s a winning formula when eager learners and experienced, motivated instructors come together, whether in the classroom, during office hours – or when gathered informally in the canteen over a plate of cassava leaf and rice. Lecturers have a wealth of experience as instructors and as industry experts. The College offers a distinctive, practical and supportive teaching model that underpins a culture of close academic supervision and caring, professional support.

At the Canadian College of Modern Technology, we strive towards a first-class, comprehensive facility with premier training systems and knowledge-based curricula. The College has a clear and vibrant educational goal with long-term objectives cultivating talent with holistic development, global perspectives and create awareness.