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University of Calgary


Address University of Calgary, Earth Sciences 720, 2500 University Drive N.W., Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2N 1N4
Admission tel. No. (+1) 403 220-4380
Admission fax No. (+1) 403 289-7635
E-mail address
Undergraduate programs Communication and Culture
Fine Arts
Haskayne School of Business
Schulich School of Engineering
Social Sciences
Social Work
Veterinary Medicine
Collaborative Programs
Cooperative Education/Internship
Graduate programs Continuing Education
Applied Psychology
Biological Anthropology (Interdisciplinary Specialization)
Biological Sciences
Communications Studies
Computer Science
Culture and Society
Engineering - Biomedical
Engineering - Chemical and Petroleum
Engineering - Civil
Engineering - Electrical and Computer
Engineering – Energy & Environment (Interdisciplinary Specialization)
Engineering - Geomatics
Engineering - Mechanical and Manufacturing
Environmental Design
Environmental Science
Geology and Geophysics
Greek and Roman Studies
Haskayne School of Business
Industrial Design
Interdisciplinary Graduate Program
Israel Studies (Interdisciplinary Specialization)
Mathematics and Statistics
Medicine - Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Medicine - Biomedical Technology
Medicine - Cardiovascular and Respiratory Sciences
Medicine - Community Health Sciences
Medicine - Gastrointestinal Sciences
Medicine - Immunology
Medicine - Medical Science
Medicine - Microbiology and Infectious Diseases
Medicine - Neuroscience
Military and Strategic Studies
Performance Studies (Interdisciplinary Specialization)
Physics and Astronomy
Political Science
Psychology - Experimental
Psychology - Clinical
Religious Studies
Reservoir Characterization (Interdisciplinary Specialization)
Social Work
Sustainable Energy Development
Urban Design
University year start date First week of September
Student accommodation Single Student Residence
Family Housing
Off Campus Housing
Admission requirements UNDERGRADUATE

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About the University of Calgary

The University of Calgary, established in 1966, is among Canada’s top seven research intensive universities and a member of the G-13, a collaborative group of the top research-intensive universities in the country. Our 213 hectare campus is a beautiful and dynamic setting for students and scholars. Nearly 30,000 full-time students are enrolled to pursue their Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral degrees in diversified programs through 16 faculties: Communication and Culture, Education, Environmental Design, Fine Arts, Graduate Studies, Haskayne School of Business, Humanities, Kinesiology, Law, Medicine, Nursing, Schulich School of Engineering, Science, Social Sciences, Social Work and Veterinary Medicine.

Cutting-edge research, the latest technology, innovative teaching methods, and interdisciplinary programs provide the academic and research excellence required by students graduating into a global economy. The University belongs to 17 Networks of Centres of Excellence, and has nearly 75 research chairs and professorships in such areas as cancer, biomedical engineering, archaeology, and theoretical physics. Revenues from sponsored research have more than doubled in the last five years to $282 million.

Registered University of Calgary students are able to take full advantage of the world-class facilities on campus, including a medical school, an environmental science centre, an astrophysical observatory, six libraries, theatres, museums, art galleries, and the finest combined athletic facilities in Canada, a legacy of the 1988 Winter Olympics. Comprehensive student services ensure that all students have access to the academic, professional and personal support they require to successfully complete their studies.

The City of Calgary consistently ranks as one of the top cities in the world, in terms of quality of living. It’s a safe, friendly, ethnically diverse, dynamic city with a flourishing job market. As Canada’s energy capital and the city with the second most corporate head offices in the country, Calgary has the youngest, most-productive and best-educated workforce of any Canadian city. Calgary offers a diverse range of cultural and sporting activities. It is home to 15 professional theatres, six major art galleries, two ballet companies, one opera company and one philharmonic orchestra. There are six professional sports teams to support and countless amateur sports for athletes of all ages and abilities to enjoy.

Calgary is bordered by the stunning Rocky Mountains to the west. Within one hour’s drive of the city, there are world-class recreational opportunities for skiing, camping, photography, windsurfing, fishing, golf, hiking, biking, horseback riding, kayaking, mountain climbing, and many other outdoor pursuits. To the south and east of Calgary are the Prairies, home to big skies, remarkable vistas, and important archaeological and historical sites.


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