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The University of Manitoba University of Manitoba
The University of Manitoba is the province's largest, most comprehensive and only research-intensive post-secondary educational institution. It is Western Canada's first university and was founded in 1877. In a typical year, the university has an enrolment of 24,542 undergraduate students and 3,021 graduate students. The university offers 82 degrees, 51 at the undergraduate level. Most academic units offer graduate studies programs leading to master's or doctoral degrees. In 2004-05, the university acquired more than $110.9 million in research income.

                            Winnipeg                       The university currently holds 33 Canada Research Chairs, is the network leader of one of Canada's 21 networks of excellence (ISIS Canada) and a participant in 14 others. It is also home to a wide range of research centers and institutes. Within the past decade, Smartpark was established with the assistance of provincial and national governments and is maturing as an environment where collaborations between university and industry enhance the commercialization of new technologies. To know more about the University of Manitoba visit

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The University of Winnipeg continues to rank among the best of Canada's undergraduate universities, especially when current students and recent graduates are surveyed. A recent survey conducted by the Globe and Mail rated UWinnipeg number one in Canada for class sizes and quality of education. And Maclean's magazine ranked UWinnipeg first in Western Canada for support for student services, student awards and alumni support in its annual university rankings issue published November 2, 2006.

 University of Winnipeg                                                    U of W students benefit greatly from financial assistance in the form of scholarships and bursaries. The impact of offering financial support for students extends into the furthest corners of the communities. Today, with rising costs for tuition and limited resources to support students, there is an increased need for scholarships and bursaries that enable worthy students to obtain university degrees. A scholarship is a gift of money awarded to a student on the basis of academic achievement, requiring that the student subsequently register for study at the University.

Thompson Rivers University
Thompson Rivers University Nowhere in Canada has the evolution of post-secondary education been more dramatic than in Kamloops, BC. The last two decades have seen a transition from community college to an innovative university-college, and now to a full provincial university with a unique mandate. Thompson Rivers University really is a different kind of university.

 Thompson Rivers University                                                   

TRU is a unique combination of traditional degree programs, many allowing diploma and certificate program graduates access through laddering, along with flexible degree completion through distance education as the BC Centre for Open Learning.

 

Laurentian University
Laurentia Laurentian University is a safe, high-quality, friendly university. Over its 40-year history, Laurentian has adopted a personal and dedicated approach to education and learning. With approximately 5,000 full time students, and more than 250 professors, Laurentian offers some of the smallest class sizes in Ontario. Located in Sudbury, Ontario, Laurentian University is bilingual and multi-cultural. Laurentian University is a safe, high-quality and friendly university. The University is host to the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory, a world-class research laboratory dedicated to the study of the elusive elementary particle.

 Laurentia                                                    Laurentian University's beautiful 750-acre campus is set among four lakes, a golf course and a wilderness reserve. A first-class education and facilities in a personalized learning environment, with ample opportunity to explore and discover, analyze and communicate and create new knowledge in your chosen field! Laurentian University offers solid undergraduate and Master's programs in arts, sciences and professional disciplines via 28 departments, taught in English and French. Programs include: English for Academic Preparation (EAP) prepares students with the English language requirements needed for university study. E-Business, Computer Science, French, Biomedical Physics MBA, MSc, MA Co-op programs available to International students! And so on.


Vancouver Community College
Vancouver Community College Vancouver Community College is part of the great education system of Canada. Community colleges are a stepping-stone to a successful career or further education. As a community college, VCC offers a smaller, friendlier and more supportive post-secondary educational experience, while at the same time offering an incredible range of programs for students. You can begin your studies at VCC, a public post-secondary institution, and gain the skills to launch a career, or proceed to complete your education at university. Either way, VCC offers you a path to success! Vancouver Community College has been offering quality education in the city of Vancouver since 1965, and we currently enrol over 26,000 students on our three campuses around the city.

 Vancouver Community College                                                   Vancouver Community College's international student enrolment ranks in the top 10 of colleges across North America. International students choose VCC because of our reputation for quality of our programs, our faculty, our supportive staff and our record of service to international students as well as the great climate, culture and lifestyle of Vancouver. VCC has five Schools and two Centres, and offers over 100 programs, which vary in length. Our diverse international student population represents more than 60 countries and is made up of high school, college and university graduates and working professionals.

The aim of education should be to teach us rather how to think, than what to think - rather to improve our minds, so as to enable us to think for ourselves, than to load the memory with thoughts of other men.

 

- Bill Beattie