University of Alberta
The University of Alberta is a Top 5 Canadian university and one of the Top 100 in the world, home to more than 500 graduate programs, 200 undergraduate programs and 450 active student groups. The University leads Canada with 41 academic staff who have received national 3M Teaching Fellowships, Canada’s highest award for excellence in undergraduate university teaching. Teaching excellence at the University of Alberta reflects a campus wide focus on teaching and learning, which begins with class sizes that are among the smallest at major research universities in Canada.
The University is a busy place with 38,000 students across 18 faculties at five separate campus locations , four in Edmonton, one in Camrose and other unique locations across the province. It’s North Campus is located in the province’s capital of Edmonton, on the edge of the North Saskatchewan River valley and covers 50 city blocks, with abundant green spaces among the 150 buildings.
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