Acadia University is an institution of higher education, based in the town of Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada. Established in 1838 by the Baptist Community, the university offers mainly undergraduate degrees, although it has also made available a few master’s programs and one doctoral level degree. Arcadia University exists with the mission to offer personalized and challenging education, promoting diversity, lifelong learning and critical thinking. Acadia consists of four faculties: Arts, Pure & Applied Science, Professional Studies and Theology. These are organized into departments and... See full description.
Athabasca University is a Canadian institution of higher learning, located in Athabasca, Alberta. It was established in 1970, and is an accredited research university. It is known with the fact that it provides the opportunity to professionals to finish undergraduate, graduate, and certificate programs – the school has been chosen by Canadian athletes, politicians, and broadcasters because of the flexibility of the courses it offers.
The programs that the university offers are extremely varied, and range from Arts to Nursing; they are taught in English, but some are provided in French... See full description.
Camosun College is an educational institution, founded in 1971, and based in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Camosun College has two campuses, Lansdowne and Interurban. The Lansdowne campus offers university transfer and access programs, as well as career, technical and vocational programs in the fields of the arts, sciences, business, health and human services. The Interurban campus provides opportunities in the trades, technologies, business, sport and exercise education, and access programs. The student population counts at about 12,500 full-time and part-time students. The... See full description.
Carleton University is a comprehensive university, located in the capital of Canada, Ottawa. The Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs within the school takes care of the academic activities of all graduate students at Carleton. It defines and administers regulations for over 100 graduate programs, but shares responsibility for graduate studies with graduate departments and schools. Its office provides advice and support to students pertaining to registration, awards, thesis preparation, admission, orientation, teaching and research assistantships, and more.
The CUCA (Concordia University College of Alberta) is a self-regulating establishment which came into existence in 1967 residing in Edmonton, Alberta. It is open for anyone as it is supported mainly by the Government of Alberta and private endowments. The undergraduate programs include Bachelor of Arts, Management, Science, Education and Environmental Health. Graduate programs have Master of Arts & Christian Studies, Information Systems Security Management and Information System Assurance Management. CUCA has an alliance with AUCC (Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada). CUCA... See full description.
Saint Mary's University (SMU) is an institution of higher education, situated in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. The TESL Centre at Saint Mary's University is one of the most reputable English language centers in Canada. It makes available a good range of ESL and teacher-training programs, carefully designed to meet the students’ requirements and needs. There is an Intensive English Program option, providing learning opportunities all year round. They include English for Academic Purposes (EAP); University Bridging Program (UBP); English for Personal and Professional/Practical... See full description.
The University of British Columbia (UBC) is located in Vancouver and was founded in 1908. It welcomes about 54,000 students, between Canadian and international, from 140 countries. It is regarded as one of the most prestigious in the world.
Canada’s University of Manitoba, located in the Province of the same name, has, for more than 135 years, delivered life-changing learning experiences for its students, has conducted world-class research and shared their knowledge and discovery to shape the province, the country of Canada and the world as a whole.
The University of Manitoba is located on Treaty One territory, on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe peoples and the homeland of the Metis Nation. The University and the Forks of the City of Winnipeg sit at the crossroads of the Anishinaabe, Metis, Cree, Dakota and... See full description.
Vancouver Island University is an educational institution in USA, which history dates back to 1936. It is a dynamic, internationally known center of learning and applied research, aiming to contribute to the local society and economy with its innovativeness. VIU consists of four campuses - a main campus in Nanaimo and regional campuses in Duncan, Powell River and Parksville Qualicum. Currently the institution educates 18,000 full-and part-time learners, including 1100 international students, over 1000 aboriginal students. The range of programs and learning opportunities provided to... See full description.
Located in Toronto, Ontario, the most populous city and province of Canada, respectively, York University is a higher education institution that is helping to shape the global thinkers and the wisdom that will define tomorrow’s leaders and the future, not just in Canada but in the world as a whole.
York University is Canada's third largest university, boasting a commitment to excellence which reflects a rich diversity of perspectives and a strong sense of social responsibility that sets the school apart.
A degree from York University empowers graduates to thrive in... See full description.