Dalhousie University was founded in 1818. Situated in the heart of Halifax, Canada, the University encompasses three campuses and one additional agricultural campus near Truro, Canada. Dalhousie’s vision is to be a leading innovative, research-intensive university, inspiring our diverse scholarly community to serve Nova Scotia, our region, our nation, and our world. The University values five key priorities: Infrastructure and Support, Partnerships and Reputation, Teaching and Learning, Research, and Service.
The University focuses on internationalisation, including strategic global partnerships, student support centers, nurturing international research, attracting students worldwide, engaging alumni, and diversity in academic programmes. International students make up 22% from over 115 countries of participated students.
Dalhousie University comprises research centers and 13 Faculties, including over 200 degree programmes:
- Architecture and Planning;
- Arts and Social Sciences;
- College of Continuing Education;
- Computer Science;
- Graduate Studies;
Many programmes are considered unique and ranked 1st in Canada and one in only two programmes in North America. University’s admissions cover undergraduate and graduate qualifications, upgrading and professional programmes, continuing education, and transfer applicants. Research is broad at University and offers an interactive and collaborating environment for research projects. The talented and dedicated staff provide an extensive range of services; thus, more than 90% of academic staff have PhD doctorate.
Dalhousie University operates on three campuses in Halifax and one agriculture campus near Truro. Medical programmes are available at the Dalhousie Medicine New Brunswick (DMNB).
- Studley campus;
- Carleton campus;
- Sexton campus;
- Dalhousie’s agriculture campus.
Dalhousie campuses offer a wide range of services, including libraries, accommodation, academic support, career counseling, diverse clubs and communities, health, and wellness services.