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Profiles and university specific information about universities in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Edmonton university profiles include key facts and statistics, visiting and applying information, tuition fees and financial aid and key links for studying, locating libraries, conducting research and discovering student groups and services available at each university.

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Profiles of Universities Located in Edmonton, Alberta



Athabasca University: Edmonton Campus
Athabasca University specializes in courses and programs delivered through distance education, including via the worldwide web.



Concordia University College of Alberta: Main Campus
Concordia University College of Alberta offers numerous undergraduate programs including bachelor degrees in Arts, Education, Environmental Health, Management, and Science along with professional and continuing education opportunities.

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Grant MacEwan University: Main Campus
Established in 1971, Grant MacEwan University is Alberta's newest university with a focus on providing a personal learning experience with accessible faculty, a wide range of student-support services and state-of-the-art learning facilities. The university offers seven bachelor degrees, two applied degrees, and an array of certificate and diploma programs in fields as varied as liberal, fine and performing arts, science, communications, business, and health and community studies.



Grant MacEwan University: Alberta College
Established in 1971, Grant MacEwan University is Alberta's newest university with a focus on providing a personal learning experience with accessible faculty, a wide range of student-support services and state-of-the-art learning facilities. The university offers seven bachelor degrees, two applied degrees, and an array of certificate and diploma programs in fields as varied as liberal, fine and performing arts, science, communications, business, and health and community studies.



Grant MacEwan University: Centre for the Arts and Communications
Established in 1971, Grant MacEwan University is Alberta's newest university with a focus on providing a personal learning experience with accessible faculty, a wide range of student-support services and state-of-the-art learning facilities. The university offers seven bachelor degrees, two applied degrees, and an array of certificate and diploma programs in fields as varied as liberal, fine and performing arts, science, communications, business, and health and community studies.



Grant MacEwan University: South Campus
Established in 1971, Grant MacEwan University is Alberta's newest university with a focus on providing a personal learning experience with accessible faculty, a wide range of student-support services and state-of-the-art learning facilities. The university offers seven bachelor degrees, two applied degrees, and an array of certificate and diploma programs in fields as varied as liberal, fine and performing arts, science, communications, business, and health and community studies.



King's University College: Main Campus
King's University College has degree opportunities from over 7 faculties.

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University of Alberta: Campus Saint-Jean
The University of Alberta offers over 370 degree programs from more than 300 disciplines from 15 faculties and schools as well as certificates and diplomas, of 1-2 years in duration, which are offered by individual departments.



University of Alberta: Main Campus
The University of Alberta offers over 370 degree programs from more than 300 disciplines from 15 faculties and schools as well as certificates and diplomas, of 1-2 years in duration, which are offered by individual departments.

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University of Lethbridge: Edmonton Campus
More than 150 undergraduate and graduate level programs from the Faculties of Arts and Science, Education, Fine Arts, Health Science, and Management, including 9 pre-professional options from the Faculty of Arts and Science, are offered at the University of Lethbridge.



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