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The University of Alberta is also referred as UAlberta. It was established in 1908 by the first chief of Alberta, Alexander Cameron Rutherford and Henry Marshall Tony was the first president. It is a public research university situated in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The motto of the university is ?Whatsoever Things Are True? and It is also a member of the Alberta Rural Development Network. The university has about 15,000 employees this is why the university is the fourth largest employer of Alberta. Approximately 39,000 students from Canada and 150 other countries take part in 400 programs in 18 faculties.
The University is ranked as one of the top five universities in Canada and one of the top 100 universities in world by Times Higher Education World University, QS World University.
The University has four campuses and each campus is situated in the beautiful places and all the campuses are more than just a class for students.
North Campus: - This campus takes over approx 230 acres of land and it is situated in Southern banks of the North Saskatchewan River. This campus is home for more than 39,000 students. It is surrounded by nature?s beauty like river and valley.
South campus: -This campus is situated A few kilometres south from the north campus, This campus is bigger in space than the other campuses, The campus also have a Seville Community Sports centre and it is spread over 32,500 square metre of land. This sports centre provides recreational facilities for students.
Campus Saint Jean: - This campus is also known as CSJ and it is situated in five kilometres east from the main campus in Edmonton?s Francophone Neighbourhood. This campus?s population is 750 students this is why the students can easily get involve in the campus. The Bibliotheque Saint Jean is the biggest francophone library in western Canada.
Augustana Campus: -This campus is situated in a small city in rural Alberta, camrose. The campus population is 1,000 and you will easily get all the facilities.
The University has various departments. Some of the departments are: -
The University make sure that all the studentsl equally learn and equally get educate. The faculty not only educate the students but also encourage them to get their goals. They also motivate them towards the new opportunities. Well the faculty always make sure that not even a student left behind from other,
The University of Alberta offers graduate, undergraduate, international and open studies programs.
The university has more than 450 clubs and organizations include Academics, Cultural, religion, Social issues, and many recreational facilities for students.
The university has their own student newspaper, radio, etc for increase the students? common interest in various fields. The university offers fine infrastructure, with cafeteria services as well.
The atmosphere of the university is very friendly and healthy, there are many activities that the students can do something different from studies. The University also takes care of the students all round development so the university provides full fitness services like: -Volley ball, Basket ball, Soccer, Cricket etc
Living in the university campus is a very good choice to experience the culture and other things. There are well maintained residence halls and housing facilities and you can live and learn in the same time, it is a great way to learn new things. The university takes care of the students? priority list and offers happy comfortable housing.
The University of Alberta has approx 260,000 prestigious alumni, who are working across Canada and also around the world. This University organizes events where many alumni?s share the experience of their life and encourage the students by motivational speeches.
Some of the alumni?s are: -
There are various types of scholarship programs for supporting the students throughout their study period. Some of the scholarship programs are: -
The students can apply for the scholarships according to the eligibility criteria set by the university.
Bachelors | Full Time (4 years)
Bachelors | Full Time (4 years)
Masters | Full Time (Minimum of 3 years)
Masters | Full Time (24 months)