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Trent University was originally founded in 1963, as a public, non-denominational university in the town of Peterborough, in Ontario’s Trent Valley. In 1964 it had only 100 students. The university consists of several individual colleges. The first was Catherine Parr Traill College, the home of the university’s Modern Languages, Canadian Studies, Cultural Studies and English […]

Trent University

Canada

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The University of Lethbridge is unique in that it offers students of all levels the chance to work beside some of the tip researchers in Canada in state of the art facilities like the Canadian Centre for Behavioural Neuroscience and highly accredited institutions like the Dhillon School of Business. It is also the only school […]

University of Lethbridge

Canada

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The Vancouver Film School (VFS) was founded in 1987, initially enrolling only 12 students. However, it began to grow almost immediately and had added the world’s first dedicated New Media training centre in 1991 – before most of the world had even heard of the concept. 1994 saw them introducing both a Classical Animation program […]

Vancouver Film School

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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The University of Calgary got its start in 1906, just a year after Alberta became a Province. It was called the Alberta Normal School at first, and then became the Werklund School of Education which still exists within UCalgary. This was made secondary to the University of Alberta (founded in 1908), but was made an […]

University of Calgary

Canada

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Queen’s University got its start in 1841, via a Royal Charter issued by the UK’s Queen Victoria. It is in fact 26 years older than the nation of Canada, and Kingston was at the time stull a UK colony. Originally run by the Church of Scotland (The Presbyterian Church), it was meant to train students […]

Queen’s University

Canada

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The Ontario College of Art and Design University – OCAD U for short – has nearly 150 years of history behind it, and all of it dedicated to fostering a practical art education in Ontario. It was founded by a group called the Ontario Society of Artists in 1876, originally as the Ontario School of […]

Ontario College of Art and Design University

Canada

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The Emily Carr University of Art and Design was founded in 1925 as the Vancouver School of Decorative and Applied Arts. It is one of the oldest universities in British Columbia. It is certainly the only one which offers a professional education in media, art and design exclusively. It became a Provincial Institute in 1978, […]

Emily Carr University

Canada

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