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The University of Prince Edward Island – UPEI – was founded in 1820 as Kent College. It was later named Prince of Wales College. Another institution that was to become an important part of UPEI, the Central Academy, received the UK’s Royal Charter in 1834. By 1860 the Colleges were merged under the name of […]

University of Prince Edward Island

Canada

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Carleton University was founded in 1942 as a non-denominational college, partially funded by charitable donations from around the Ottawa community. It was an attempt to revitalise the community at the end of the Great Depression by giving young people who were already in the work force access to better education and employment prospects. Though its […]

Carleton University

Canada

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The University of New Brunswick is not only the oldest English speaking university in Canada, it is among the oldest public universities in the Americas. Its first campus was founded in 1785 at Fredericton. At the time, the institution was known as the Academy of Liberal Arts and Sciences. The name changed to the College […]

University of New Brunswick

Canada

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Saint Mary’s University is one of Canada’s oldest institutions. got its start as the Glebe House boys’ school in 1802. In time it became a college, and then a university in its own right. Saint Mary’s was first given the power to grand degrees in 1841. The university was later run by the Christian Brothers […]

Saint Mary’s University

Canada

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Seneca College was founded just over 50 years ago, in 1967. Its beginnings were humble, though it began to grow quickly. Its first building still stands in what is now known as Newham Campus. Ground was broken for its second campus in Buttonville at the same time, this one dedicated to its still thriving aviation […]

Seneca College

Canada

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Camosun College is more than 100 years old, having got its start as the Young Building of Victoria’s Normal School in 1914. That same building is still the heart of the Lansdowne Campus today. At the time, it had fewer than 100 students. The college itself was formed in 1970 as the Juan de Fuca […]

Camosun College

Canada

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Conestoga College, Technically the Conestoga College Institute of Technology an Advanced Learning, got its start as the Conestoga College of Applied Arts and Technology in 1967. It was one of a group of such colleges created by the government of Ontario at the time to provide technology-based education throughout the region. The current name was […]

Conestoga College

Canada

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Laurentian University, also called Université Laurentienne, was incorporated in 1960 in Greater Sudbury in Ontario. However, its history goes back to 1913, and the founding of the Jesuit Collège du Sacré-Coeur. The Collège began granting undergraduate degrees in 1957. It took on the name of Laurentian University and its officially non-denominational character in 1960. Classes […]

Laurentian University

Canada

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