|The University of Alberta serves 37,830 students in Edmonton, Alberta. The School of Public Health is Canada’s first fully accredited, stand-alone faculty dedicated to public health. The U of A Libraries is Canada’s second-largest research library, with a collection exceeding 4.7 million titles and over 8.7 million volumes. It provides access to more than 1.3 million e-books, over 1,700 databases, and more than 40,000 items in the university's Education and Research Archive.
An hour’s drive from Edmonton in the rural community of Camrose, Augustana Campus offers degree programs in the liberal arts and sciences in an intimate residential learning environment. Specializations include a signature outdoor education program, nationally competitive sport programs, and international study opportunities.
“The U of A en français”—is a one-of-a kind gem in the heart of Edmonton’s francophone community a short shuttle ride from the North Campus. A French-language campus, Campus Saint-Jean offers degree programs in arts, commerce, education, engineering (first year), science, nursing, and conservation and environmental sciences, as well as master’s programs in education and arts.
The University of Alberta acknowledges the traditional territory on which we stand and thanks the diverse Indigenous peoples whose footsteps have marked this territory for centuries, such as Cree, Saulteaux, Blackfoot, Métis and Nakota Sioux.
University of Alberta: The Academic Excellence Scholarship is available to students entering the first year of full-time studies in an undergraduate degree program at the University of Alberta, and is based on admission averages.
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