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Established in 1967, Sheridan is a suburban college in Oakville, Ontario, with secondary campuses in Brampton and Mississauga. It is a polytechnic institute which grants diplomas and degrees, and also... Read more

UBC has an international reputation for leading research and academic programs at all levels, landing it consistently in one of the world's top 50 spots. With 14 faculties offering more than 200 pr... Read more

As a major player among Canadian universities, McGill has produced more Nobel laureates and Rhodes scholars than any other institution in the country. Not surprisingly, McGill has become an epicentre ... Read more
Emily Carr is a fine arts university located on Vancouver's iconic Granville Island. It offers 10 major programs divided between four faculties, as well as a number of certification programs and conti... Read more
The University of the Fraser Valley is primarily an undergraduate institution rooted in trades and technology programs. Class sizes are small, averaging about 25 students for every teacher. This creat... Read more
Already a well-known college for over 30 years, Kwantlen expanded in 2008 to become the region's newest university. Its seven faculties offer more than 200 degree, diploma, and certification programs,... Read more
The University of Northern British Columbia is not only an innovative research university; it also puts a high value on teaching and has some of Canada's smallest class sizes. As a result, students at... Read more
Royal Roads University is uniquely situated in one of Canada's most iconic National Historic Sites: Hatley Park. But it's becoming equally famous for its innovation in "blended-teaching", a method enc... Read more
Simon Fraser University has eight faculties offering more than 100 undergraduate programs, as well as a wide range of graduate and continuing education programs. The school offers nearly 200 work plac... Read more
While now a full-fledged university with modern research facilities, Thompson Rivers University actually began as a vocational college in the 1970s. Nowadays, it still excels fundamentally in its indu... Read more
Université de Saint-Boniface (USB) is Manitoba’s French-language university and technical professional school. USB maintains connections with the University of Manitoba, also in Winnipeg, so students... Read more
Trinity Western University is a private, liberal arts and science institution. As a Christian university, a faith-based education is to be expected here. Consistently rated highly by students, it comp... Read more
Vancouver Island University began as a vocational school to serve the local students in Nanaimo, BC. While it is now a well-established university with campuses in other cities, it still retains its h... Read more
The University of Victoria has a reputation for groundbreaking research that has carried around the world. In the past few years, it has also become well known as one of Canada's most comprehensive un... Read more
Located in Edmonton, University of Alberta is the province's leading research and education institution. It is also large, with approximately 40,000 undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education s... Read more
The University of Calgary is located in Canada's rapidly-booming energy capital. Not surprisingly, Engineering and energy-related disciplines and business programs prosper here, helped by significant ... Read more
Founded in 1970, King's University College is a Christian, faith-based liberal arts university in the heart of Edmonton, Alberta. It is a member of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities ... Read more
The University of Lethbridge consistently ranks as one of the top undergraduate schools in the country, so it's not surprising that international students from more than 87 countries have chosen it as... Read more
Campion College is a federated college. In Canada, these schools operate as distinct institutions inside, or alongside, larger public universities. Because of this, they maintain their own curriculum ... Read more
Established in 1913, Luther College is a unique one hundred-year old institution. It is both a high school and a federated college to the University of Regina, which means that while it cannot confer ... Read more