The University of Calgary is Canada’s leading next-generation university; a living, growing and youthful institution that embraces change and opportunity with a can-do attitude in Canada’s most enterprising city. Supporting industry and businesses locally, nationally and internationally, the University of Calgary strives to serve the community and reflect its values, while working to find solutions to some of the most challenging problems facing society today. As a major Canadian research-intensive institution, the University of Calgary has 14 faculties, 53 departments and more than 200 academic programs. The University of Calgary is on the cusp of transformational change guided by a bold vision and ambitious plans.
The bachelor’s degree is available in the fields of Arts, Business Administration, Child Studies, Communication, Computer Information Systems, Health and Physical Education, Interior Design, Midwifery, Nursing, Science etc.
Diplomas courses are available in the fields of Aviation and Social Work.
The other areas are Music, Geography, History, Humanities, Linguistics, Political Science, Philosophy, Psychology, Religious Studies, Sociology, Transportation studies etc.
This university consistently ranks among the top ten universities in Canada based on a variety of criteria and is consistently ranked top 200 in the world by various international ranking tables.
- The 2018 Academic Ranking of World Universities ranked the university 7–9 in the national category and 151–200 in the international category.
- In 2019, Times Higher Education World University Rankings ranked the University of Calgary 9th nationally and 199th worldwide.
- In the 2019 QS World University Rankings, the university was ranked 229th in the world, and 9th in Canada.
The University of Calgary is based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, with four campuses in the Calgary area and a fifth in Doha, Qatar. Located in Calgary’s northwest quadrant, the campus occupies more than 200 hectares — an area larger than the city’s downtown. UCalgary’s Foothills Campus got its start in 1975, with the opening of the Health Sciences Building, built adjacent to the new Foothills Hospital. The University of Calgary’s downtown location is a unique intellectual and corporate hub that offers select graduate level and executive educational programming. Initiated in the early 1970s in support of an animal farm program for what was then the Faculty of Medicine, UCalgary’s Agricultural Research Centre was established on more than 500 acres in northwest Calgary. UCalgary opened its first overseas branch campus in Doha, Qatar in 2007.
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