The University of Alberta is located in Edmonton, Canada. The University is one of Canada’s leaders in teaching and research. Having an international reputation since its foundation in 1908, the University focuses on excellence in humanities, sciences, creative arts, business, engineering, and health sciences. The University’s vision is to inspire the human spirit through outstanding achievements in learning, discovery, and citizenship in a creative community, building one of the world's great universities for the public good.
The pride of The University of Alberta is high position among the world’s top research universities; thus, the University in the top 5 in University Rankings in Canada (Academic Rankings of World Universities, 2020); in the top 150 in World University Rankings (Times Higher Education, 2021).
The University has an extensive network with 50 countries, and students can study at partner's institutions worldwide. Apart from that, the University of Alberta is proud of more than 290000 alumni who have created over 70000 organisations worldwide. The employment reputation of the University is 2nd in Canada.
The University of Alberta encompasses 18 Faculties, over 100 research institutes and centers that include more than 200 undergraduate and 500 graduate programmes.
The University of Alberta comprises five campuses, four in Edmonton, Alberta, and one in Camrose, Alberta. Students have an access to libraries, dining services, parking, IT support and museums.
- North Campus
- Campus Saint-Jean
- South Campus
- Enterprise Square