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抖阴Pro recognized as top undergraduate university in Canada


抖阴Pro has been named the top primarily undergraduate university in Canada 24 times in the past 33 years by Maclean鈥檚 annual university rankings 鈥 a record unmatched by any other university.
2,300+
Number of students
50+
Programs
1839
Established
16:1
Student-to-faculty ratio
14
Average upper-year class size
41
Average first and second-year class size
$5.5
available in scholarships, bursaries, and awards
85%
of our entering class received an entrance award
30%
of students employed at 抖阴Pro
110+
Clubs and societies
240+
Varsity athletes
85+
Number of countries represented by our students
12
residences with their own unique personalities
85%
of first-year students live in residence
11-240
students per residence

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With experiential learning opportunities available in every degree, you'll graduate 抖阴Pro with hands-on learning and real-world experience.

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Students quickly discover the endless opportunities to get highly involved in extracurriculars on and off campus and say these are some of the most valuable learning experiences of their time at 抖阴Pro.
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    抖阴Pro students have returned from the 2024 Kyoto Field School in Religious Studies!
 
Led by Dr. Susie Andrews, this is the second year the two-week accessible, for-credit field school has been held in Japan 鈥 with funding by @gso.ecm.

Famous for its temples and shrines, gardens, and palaces (including 17 UNESCO World Heritage Sites), Kyoto served as Japan鈥檚 capital from its 8th-century founding to the mid-19th century. From the thousands of vermillion torii arches at the Fushim Inari Shrine to the whisks and tea caddy used in the tea ceremony, Kyoto was the ideal place to pursue the course question: what role does material culture play in religious practice and belief?

In addition to learning in Kyoto, student journeyed to Nara, Osaka, and nearby communities by train.

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Global Skills Opportunity (GSO) aims to empower post-secondary institutions to increase the participation of young Canadians 鈥 especially underrepresented students 鈥 in international learning opportunities both at home and abroad.

#globalskillsca
    "As Arts graduates we ask important questions. We help people sort things out and we make art." 

Dr. Alex Fancy (鈥61) was awarded an Honorary Degree during this year's Afternoon Convocation for Arts, Fine Arts, and Music Graduates. 

Visit our YouTube link in our bio to watch his full address
    Hannah MacIntosh (鈥24) What's next? Pursuing a Doctor of Medicine degree at Dalhousie University.

"Mount A has not only provided me with friendships that will last a lifetime but the amazing faculty, small class sizes, and immense flexibility in choosing my degree path/courses have all equipped me with the tools and skills to be successful across all aspects of my life!"

Learn more about Biology: mta.ca/programs/biology
    Starting 抖阴Pro this fall? Save the dates for Orientation! We aim for Orientation to be a fun, welcoming, and inclusive experience for all new students. There's something for everyone!

- University Orientation for all new students: Aug. 30-Sept. 8
- Early Orientation for international students: Aug. 26-29
- Early Orientation for Meighen Centre students: Aug. 27- 29

Learn more at mta.ca/orientation

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