This section provides details and information for comparing and choosing a university in Nova Scotia.
Every university in Nova Scotia and its campuses are profiled which include facts and statistics, visiting, applying, tuition fees and financial aid, academics, studying, libraries, research, graduates and careers, student services, housing, student groups, arts and cultural, news and media, sports and recreation.
Cape Breton University In excess of 50 undergraduate and graduate programs, including degrees, diplomas, and certificates, spanning the Faculties of Business, Education, Liberal Arts, and Science and Technology are available at Cape Breton University.
St. Francis Xavier University From 38 departments across the Faculties of Arts, Business, Information Systems, and Science, St. Francis Xavier University offers a number of programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels, including 10 undergraduate and 5 graduate degrees.
St. Mary's University More than 60 undergraduate and graduate programs, as well as part-time continuing education programs, are available at St. Mary's University.
University of King's College The University of King’s College has 6 degree programs from the Humanities in Contemporary Studies, Early Modern Studies, History of Science and Technology, and Journalism along with opportunities to take courses and programs from Dalhousie University.