Agree on Humber, Sheridan and Seneca, but I’d also add George Brown. OCAD is now a university and graduates poncy theorists with little value in the real world. The community colleges train you to think on a wide variety of creative projects, where OCAD’s final year is all about the thesis. Creative Directors want breadth and depth in creativity. OCAD’s approach to taking one single concept and blowing it out across multiple platforms is a waste of a valuable year. If you want to be the equivalent of an architect in the design world, OCAD is great. If you want to be more diverse and creative, go to a community college.