Acadia University

Acadia University

Acadia University, established in 1838 has a strong Baptist religious affiliation. Acadia is nationally and internationally recognized as a Centre of research excellence.

Acadia holds more conference and national championships than any other university in Atlantic Canada.

Every year, more than 3400 undergraduate students from more than 50 countries enrol in one of the more than 200 degree combinations offered in the Faculties of Arts, Pure and Applied Sciences, and Professional Studies. Acadia University also offers graduate degree programs, distance learning, certificate programs, English-language training and other university extension programs through its distance unit, Open Acadia.

Location

The university is located in Wolf Ville, Nova Scotia which lies on the east coast of Canada.

Ranking/ Recognition

Acadia University is consistently ranked among the top universities in Canada for undergraduate studies in the Maclean’s comprehensive Canadian Universities rankings, coming second in Canada for the 2014 academic year and among the top five for the past decade. This has been attributed to Acadia’s small class size and close relationships between the faculty and the students.

Why Acadia

At Acadia, you will graduate with a globally recognized degree, extend your network to a community of 27,000 alumni, and be well prepared for a career in the 21st century.

 

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