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  1. #101
    طالب مميز
    الصورة الرمزية حمد الحمد

    حالة الإتصال : حمد الحمد غير متواجد حالياً
    رقم العضوية : 103
    تاريخ التسجيل : Mar 2006
    المشاركات : 2,136
    حمد الحمد غير متواجد حالياً

    افتراضي


    First Nations University of Canada

    نقره لتكبير أو تصغير الصورة ونقرتين لعرض الصورة في صفحة مستقلة بحجمها الطبيعي

    Main Campus
    1 First Nations Way
    Regina, Saskatchewan S4S 7K2
    Toll-free: 1-800-267-6303
    Fax: (306) 790-5999

    President: Mr. Charles Pratt

    Profile

    The First Nations University of Canada at the University of Regina is an independently administered university that offers university education to First Nations and non-First Nation students.

    The First Nations University of Canada is the only First Nations-controlled university in Canada, and has the largest concentration of Aboriginal faculty in one institution in the world. The university offers students undergraduate and graduate degree opportunities within an environment of cultural affirmation, including: Indigenous studies; Indian languages, literature and linguistics; Indian education; Indian communication arts; public and business administration; social work; nursing; dental therapy; Indian fine arts; and sciences.

    The First Nations University of Canada offers web-based classes, and distance education and community-based university classes which are coordinated and delivered by the Northern Campus.

    The range of programs and services are offered on three campuses in Saskatchewan: Regina (Main Campus), Saskatoon, and Prince Albert (Northern Campus).

    At the end of November 2005, a centre for international academic exchange was established, which normalized existing and developing relationships with universities in mainland China, Taiwan and Australia for the exchange of Indigenous students and scholars. Faculty and students are developing an awareness of the socio-political and cultural context of Indigenous peoples on a global scale.

    Students also have access to classes offered by the University of Regina, and its two other federated colleges, Campion and Luther.

    History
    Year of foundation: 1976

    Student enrolment and fees

    2006 preliminary fall enrolment *
    Full-time (undergraduates): 863
    Part-time (undergraduates): 142

    * Source: First Nations University of Canada

    Canadian student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees (per 3-credit course): $408

    International student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees (per 3-credit course): $816

    ** Fees for general programs in arts. Source: First Nations University of Canada
    Note: In addition to tuition fees, universities generally charge fees for goods and services supplied to students. This includes areas such as student associations, sports and health. These additional fees vary widely per university and per student and can run from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand dollars. Check with the university for details.

    Student facilities and services

    Academic and campus services
    Academic counselling, bookstore, daycare, health clinic, elders, tutoring, writing and math clinics.

    First-year student programs
    Counselling, referrals to community resources and support services, tutoring, writing and math clinics, information sessions, orientation.

    Housing
    See the University of Regina entry for more information.

    Information technology
    Students have access to their own computer labs, as well as labs at the Regina and Saskatoon campuses. The university offers a variety of computing facilities that are connected through a high-speed connection.

    Sports
    See the University of Regina entry.

    Student assistance
    Scholarships and bursaries range in value from $100 to over $10,000.

    University research

    The First Nations University of Canada is a unique institution of higher learning, specializing in Indigenous education for Indigenous people and people of all cultures. The majority of the research done at FNUniv responds to the university mission to “enhance the quality of life, and to preserve, protect, and interpret the history, language, culture, and artistic heritage of the Indian people.”

    The FNUniv is mandated to “acquire and expand its base of knowledge and understanding in the best interests of the Indian people.” This research profile expands knowledge from an Indigenous perspective for the benefit of academia and society at large. It also responds to First Nations communities by helping to support their social and economic development while sustaining the cultural heritage of Indigenous people in Canada and in other places.

    International education

    The FNUnv began working internationally in 1982 in the areas of academic exchange, political and human rights advocacy, and cross-cultural Indigenous education programs with 25 exchange agreements signed with universities and research institutes abroad.

    Active international exchange at FNUnv over the past five years includes formal exchange with the Institute of Aboriginal Health, Tzu Chi University, Taiwan; Charles Darwin University, Australia; and, Hubei Open Vocational University, China.

    Contact
    Dr. Wes Heber, Director
    Centre for International Academic Exchange
    Telephone: (306) 790-5950 x5205
    Fax: (306) 652-8823
    E-mail: wheber@firstnationsuniversity.ca


    التخصصات التي تطرحها الجامعه
    Diploma of associate in administration
    Business Administration and Management, General
    BA in Indian Art
    Fine/Studio Arts, General
    Northern Health Sciences Access Program
    Health Services/Allied Health/Health Sciences, General
    BA (major/honours) in Linguistics
    Linguistics
    Bachelor of Science in Nursing (NEPS)
    Nursing/Registered Nurse (RN, ASN, BScN, MScN)
    BA in Indian Art (Special 3 year)
    Fine/Studio Arts, General
    BFA in Indian Art
    Fine/Studio Arts, General
    Bachelor of Education (Indian Education) in elementary division
    Elementary Education and Teaching
    Master in Business Administration with a concentration in Indigenous Management
    Business Administration and Management, General
    MA in Indigenous Studies
    Aboriginal Studies
    Bachelor of Education (Indian Education) in secondary division
    Aboriginal Education
    Diploma in dental therapy
    Dental Support Services and Allied Professions, Other
    Certificate in Indian Communication Arts
    Communication Studies/Speech Communication and Rhetoric
    BASc Environmental Health and Science
    Environmental Health
    BA in Indian Art History
    Art History, Criticism and Conservation
    Bachelor of Indian Social Work
    Social Work, General
    Program for nursing with First Nations - Community Health Nursing Certificate
    Public Health/Community Nurse/Nursing
    Bachelor of Education (Indian Education) in secondary division
    Secondary Education and Teaching
    Certificate in Administration
    Business Administration and Management, General
    Certificate in Indian Social Work
    Social Work, General
    MA in Linguistics
    Aboriginal Languages, Literatures and Linguistics
    First Nations Language Instructor Certificate
    Aboriginal Languages, Literatures and Linguistics
    Diploma of First Nations Interdisciplinary Studies
    Aboriginal Studies
    Certificate of Continuing Education - Administrative Development
    Business Administration and Management, General
    Bachelor of Commerce
    Business/Commerce, General
    Diploma of Associate in Administration
    Business Administration and Management, General
    Diploma of First Nations Interdisciplinary Studies in Justice
    Criminal Justice/Safety Studies
    Certificate of Continuing Education - Indian Community and Career Counselling
    Community Organization and Advocacy
    Bachelor of Administration
    Business Administration and Management, General
    BA (major/honours) in English
    English Language and Literature, General
    BA (major/honours) Cree or Saulteaux Language Studies
    Aboriginal Languages, Literatures and Linguistics
    Master of Aboriginal Social Work (MASW)
    Social Work, General
    Certificate in Indian Health Studies
    Health Services/Allied Health/Health Sciences, General
    BA (major/honours) in Indigenous Studies
    Aboriginal Studies
    Program for nursing with First Nations - Primary Care Nursing Certificate
    Clinical Nurse Specialist
    Certificate in Administration - Indian Management
    Business Administration and Management, General
    Certificate of Continuing Education - Indian Community and Career Counselling
    Vocational Rehabilitation Counselling/Counsellor
    Bachelor of Education (Indian Education) in elementary division
    Aboriginal Education
    MA in English
    English Language and Literature, General
    First Nations Language Instructor Certificate
    Aboriginal Education
    BSc (general)
    General Studies

    صور عن الجامعه بشكل عام

    نقره لتكبير أو تصغير الصورة ونقرتين لعرض الصورة في صفحة مستقلة بحجمها الطبيعي

    نقره لتكبير أو تصغير الصورة ونقرتين لعرض الصورة في صفحة مستقلة بحجمها الطبيعي

    نقره لتكبير أو تصغير الصورة ونقرتين لعرض الصورة في صفحة مستقلة بحجمها الطبيعي

    نقره لتكبير أو تصغير الصورة ونقرتين لعرض الصورة في صفحة مستقلة بحجمها الطبيعي


  2. #102
    طالب مميز
    الصورة الرمزية حمد الحمد

    حالة الإتصال : حمد الحمد غير متواجد حالياً
    رقم العضوية : 103
    تاريخ التسجيل : Mar 2006
    المشاركات : 2,136
    حمد الحمد غير متواجد حالياً

    افتراضي


    Luther College

    نقره لتكبير أو تصغير الصورة ونقرتين لعرض الصورة في صفحة مستقلة بحجمها الطبيعي

    3737 Wascana Parkway
    Regina, Saskatchewan S4S 0A2
    Telephone: (306) 585-5333
    Fax: (306) 585-2949

    President: Dr. Bruce D. Perlson

    Profile

    Luther College is a federated college at the University of Regina. Its liberal arts academic program is fully integrated with the university, while the college is administratively and financially independent. The college’s purpose is to provide a solid university education in a Christian context within a smaller, supportive community. Through academic offerings, including an interdisciplinary program, residences, and student life programs, the college provides an environment that fosters not only academic growth, but spiritual development and community involvement.

    Luther teaches a variety of courses within the faculties of arts, fine arts and science. Instruction is offered in 13 subject areas, including math, psychology, English and music. Luther courses are open to all students on campus, with some seats by selected courses reserved for Luther College students. Luther College students can also enrol in pre-professional studies that will give them admission to a professional program.

    With doctoral degrees from universities across North America and Europe, Luther College’s professors are well-published and are respected specialists in their fields. They are exceptional teachers who are approachable and friendly. Combined with student-centered academic advising staff, Luther College will help you realize your academic goals and fulfill your potential.

    There are 800 students in Luther’s university program. The small number allows for personal interaction and
    the support of a warm community.

    Luther College students pay the same tuition and fees as other University of Regina students. You do not have to be Lutheran to attend Luther College.

    History
    Year of foundation: 1913
    Former name of the institution: Luther Academy (1913-1926).

    Student enrolment and fees

    2006 preliminary fall enrolment *
    Full-time (undergraduates): 683
    Part-time (undergraduates): 99

    * Source: Luther College

    Canadian student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $4,075

    International student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $8,151

    ** Fees for general programs in arts. Source: Luther College
    Note: In addition to tuition fees, universities generally charge fees for goods and services supplied to students. This includes areas such as student associations, sports and health. These additional fees vary widely per university and per student and can run from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand dollars. Check with the university for details.

    Fine arts
    Luther students can follow programs leading to BA, BA (honours), BFA, BMus, BMusEd, and certificate in visual arts. [See the faculty of fine arts at the University of Regina for details].

    Science
    Luther students can follow programs leading to BSc, BSc (honours), BSc/BEd, Bachelor of medical imaging,
    and certificate in computer science. [See the faculty of science at the University of Regina for details].
    Pre-professional programs are also available.

    Student facilities and services

    Academic and campus services
    Academic advisors, career planning sessions, special academic programs, volunteer placement, auditorium, chapel, student association (LUSA), library, LINK, residence, cafeteria, lounge area, chaplaincy, services for special students, student centre. [See University of Regina entry for further information].

    First-year student programs
    Orientation, tutoring, writing workshops, study skills seminar, peer support, academic advising, and information nights. In addition, Luther College has “learning communities”, which are unique on the U of R campus. They are designed to assist with the transition from high school to academic success in university. Learning communities are small groups of students (20-40 students per group) with a common set of courses in a given semester. The courses are tied together by a theme or common interest. They encourage you to make connections between academic disciplines and become part of a small learning community. Any first-year student registered through arts, science, fine arts, or pre-professional programs, is eligible to enrol.

    Housing
    On-campus: There are 219 dormitory-style rooms in the Luther College Residence. All rooms in the residence are single occupancy and fully furnished. There are different floors for men and women. Your residence fees include your room, all-you-can-eat meal plans in the Luther College Cafeteria, free laundry, local phone service and Internet. Luther College Residence is open to all postsecondary students, including those from SIAST and the University of Regina and its federated colleges. Remember to apply early as the residence is filled on a first-come first-served basis.

    Off-campus: Housing is readily available and reasonably accessible to campus. [See University of Regina entry.]

    Information technology
    Students receive free e-mail accounts, which are provided by the University of Regina. Students living off-campus can access the university’s computer network through the Internet. All rooms in residence are wired for Internet access. Class registration is available on-line. Luther College’s library offers student-accessible computer work-stations connected to the University of Regina network, making available 2.5 million items (books, periodicals and microfilm) for research. Students can research on the Internet, write and edit papers, and print or photocopy documents. Laptop and wireless Internet connections, and a multi-media room, are available.

    Sports
    See the University of Regina entry.

    Student assistance
    Undergraduate: Over $40,000 in scholarships are available to Luther College registered students. In addition, the College contributes over $100,000 towards the University of Regina’s scholarship programs. As a result, registered Luther College students are eligible to apply for both the Luther College and University of Regina scholarships on an equal opportunity basis. Further details may be found at www.luthercollege.edu/scholarships. For information about University of Regina scholarships, check www.uregina.ca/awards. Approximately 30 percent of the annual scholarship budget is designated to entering students. All Luther students are also eligible for financial assistance from the University of Regina.

    University research

    All of the faculty members at Luther College have active research programs. Current research projects include end-of-life care for persons of aboriginal ancestry, abuse of intimate partners, sexual practices and health of teenagers and young adults, First Nations perspectives and practices around health and healing, post-traumatic stress disorder, spiritual practices and health, interreligious dialogue, feminist scholarship, Renaissance and Early Modern studies, 18th century theatre, commonwealth literature, science and technology, fluid flows, sustainability, and political ecology in Ghana, Latin American revolutions. Most faculty are actively involved in undergraduate and graduate student thesis supervision. One particular strength of Luther College is its focus on excellent undergraduate teaching and mentoring, opening up many opportunities for undergraduates to obtain research experience. The college provides a variety of funding opportunities to encourage student research, and provides office and other infrastructure support.

    International education

    Luther College values the importance of human and social diversity and encourages students to meet and understand people from different cultural backgrounds than their own. There are possibilities for study overseas in many countries. Credits earned may be transferred to your degree program. Exchange programs are available to Luther students through the University of Regina. These programs reduce the cost
    of foreign study because each institution sends students to a partner institution. Students may study in countries including Australia, China, Germany, England, France, Mexico and the United States. More details may be found at www.uregina.ca/isso.

    Federated institution

    Federated with the University of Regina.

    صور عامه

    نقره لتكبير أو تصغير الصورة ونقرتين لعرض الصورة في صفحة مستقلة بحجمها الطبيعي

    نقره لتكبير أو تصغير الصورة ونقرتين لعرض الصورة في صفحة مستقلة بحجمها الطبيعي

    نقره لتكبير أو تصغير الصورة ونقرتين لعرض الصورة في صفحة مستقلة بحجمها الطبيعي

    نقره لتكبير أو تصغير الصورة ونقرتين لعرض الصورة في صفحة مستقلة بحجمها الطبيعي

    نقره لتكبير أو تصغير الصورة ونقرتين لعرض الصورة في صفحة مستقلة بحجمها الطبيعي

    نقره لتكبير أو تصغير الصورة ونقرتين لعرض الصورة في صفحة مستقلة بحجمها الطبيعي


  3. #103
    طالب جديد

    حالة الإتصال : rayyan050 غير متواجد حالياً
    رقم العضوية : 6414
    تاريخ التسجيل : Mar 2007
    المشاركات : 10
    rayyan050 غير متواجد حالياً

    افتراضي


    يعطيك العافيه على الموضوع الرائع
    طيب اخوي ممكن تعطينا معلومات عن جامعة بريتش كولومبيا
    اذا ماعندك مانع


  4. #104
    طالب مميز
    الصورة الرمزية حمد الحمد

    حالة الإتصال : حمد الحمد غير متواجد حالياً
    رقم العضوية : 103
    تاريخ التسجيل : Mar 2006
    المشاركات : 2,136
    حمد الحمد غير متواجد حالياً

    افتراضي


    rayyan050

    ابد حياك اخوي

    موجوده المعلومات في الصفحه الخامسه

    وهذا رابطها

    http://www.ksastudents.com/vb/showth...?t=8637&page=5

    تحياتي


  5. #105
    طالب جديد
    الصورة الرمزية بيلسان

    حالة الإتصال : بيلسان غير متواجد حالياً
    رقم العضوية : 5869
    تاريخ التسجيل : Feb 2007
    المشاركات : 47
    بيلسان غير متواجد حالياً

    افتراضي


    السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته

    جهد كبير والله أستاذ بو تركي

    جزاك ربي الجنه يااااارب

    أفدتني جداً..

    الله لايحرمك الأجر

    |--*¨®¨*--|يااااااارب تتسهل أموري وأحقق حلمي بالدراسة في أفضل الجامعات الكندية وأحضر الماجستير بعد التخرج

    |--*سبحان الله وبحمده ¨®¨*--|

  6. #106
    طالب مميز
    الصورة الرمزية حمد الحمد

    حالة الإتصال : حمد الحمد غير متواجد حالياً
    رقم العضوية : 103
    تاريخ التسجيل : Mar 2006
    المشاركات : 2,136
    حمد الحمد غير متواجد حالياً

    افتراضي


    وعليكم السلام ورحمة الله وبركاته

    أشكرك اختي على مرورك ودعواتك

    وان شاء الله موفقه في دينك ودنياك


  7. #107
    طالب جديد

    حالة الإتصال : نسيم الجنوب غير متواجد حالياً
    رقم العضوية : 5289
    تاريخ التسجيل : Jan 2007
    المشاركات : 18
    نسيم الجنوب غير متواجد حالياً

    افتراضي


    ابو تركي هل عندك معلومات عن جامعة Saskatchewan ؟؟؟

    وشكرا


  8. #108

  9. #109
    طالب مميز
    الصورة الرمزية حمد الحمد

    حالة الإتصال : حمد الحمد غير متواجد حالياً
    رقم العضوية : 103
    تاريخ التسجيل : Mar 2006
    المشاركات : 2,136
    حمد الحمد غير متواجد حالياً

    افتراضي


    University of Saskatchewan

    107 Administration Place
    Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7N 5A2
    Telephone: (306) 966-4343

    President: Prof. Peter MacKinnon

    Profile

    From the moment you step on campus, you’ll feel it – the University of Saskatchewan spirit. As we celebrate our centenary, our mission continues to be to engage fully in all we do, to enlighten all we serve, and to explore all aspects of our world.

    From Rhodes Scholars to Nobel Prize winners, we continue to produce the leaders, thinkers and researchers that change the way we view the world. With 58 degrees, diplomas and certificates in over 100 areas of study, there is something for everyone. The university is uniquely positioned in the areas of human, animal and plant studies, covering everything from the study of human thought in philosophy to veterinary medicine, dentistry, plant genomics and politics.

    The U of S is home to a unique “Innovation Cluster” – the Canadian Light Source, the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization and Innovation Place. The CLS synchrotron, the only one in the world located on a university campus, acts like a giant microscope – one the size of a football stadium that can view matter at the subatomic level. VIDO is a world leader in the formulation, commercialization and delivery of vaccines.

    It isn’t all work and no play at the U of S. More than 70 campus clubs – covering everything from debate to ballroom dancing – serve students. The U of S Huskie athletic teams are amongst the most successful in Canada. Aspiring journalists, photographers and cartoonists work for the Sheaf, the student newspaper. Several bands, orchestras and choruses satisfy the music lover, while actors can participate in one of many theatre groups and drama programs.

    More Aboriginal students choose the University of Saskatchewan than any other university in Canada. They come to the U of S because of a campus-wide commitment to their success and innovative Aboriginal programs in fields such as business, law, education, humanities and the sciences.

    Student services are a priority. From residences that serve as your home away from home, to an excellent Student Health Centre, part-time job postings, disability services, information technology advances and financial support, the univer-sity is dedicated to ensuring your success.

    History
    Year of foundation: 1907

    Student enrolment and fees

    2006 preliminary fall enrolment *
    Full-time (undergraduates): 13,401
    Full-time (graduates): 1,872
    Part-time (undergraduates): 3,334
    Part-time (graduates): 251

    * Source: University of Saskatchewan. Enrolment numbers also include St. Thomas More College.

    Canadian student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $4,416
    Graduate tuition fees: $2,000

    International student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $11,482
    Graduate tuition fees: $2,000

    ** Fees for general programs in arts. Source: Statistics Canada
    Note: In addition to tuition fees, universities generally charge fees for goods and services supplied to students. This includes areas such as student associations, sports and health. These additional fees vary widely per university and per student and can run from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand dollars. Check with the university for details.

    Programs and degrees

    Note: The program information is compiled by AUCC staff in cooperation with staff at member institutions. The programs are classified according to the Classification of Instructional Programs 2000. To search for the programs offered by this institution, please consult the Directory of Canadian Universities’ programs database online at http://www.aucc.ca/can_uni/search/index_e.html.

    Student facilities and services

    Academic and campus services
    Aboriginal students’ centre, campus tours, counselling services, international student office, disability services for students, student health, student financial assistance and awards, student employment and career centre, university bookstore, campus computer store, food services, foodbank, Safewalk program, campus recreation, student health and wellness, parking services, emergency/government loans office, student employment and career centre, university bookstore, U of S and USSU daycare programs, discrimination and harassment prevention office and the women’s centre, student advocacy, alumni, campus chaplains.

    First-year student programs
    Orientation program, student counselling services, study skills program, University Life 101, Experience US! (a campus experience program in October for grade 12 students, parents and guidance counsellors) and Surviving US!, (a program for students planning on attending the U of S that explains residence, housing and orientation), Leaderships Advantage (a non-credit program that gives students the opportunity to develop broad-based leadership skills), Greystone Scholars Society (an elite group of students who excel in a wide variety of areas and have similar aspirations and interests), and online chat with U of S staff, students and St. Thomas More College advisors.

    Housing
    On-campus: Residences can accommodate up to 1,500 students. Spaces are allocated on a first-come first-serve basis. Accommodations include male-only, female-only and co-ed traditional-style residences as well as apart-ments for single students and couples/families. Annual costs: traditional-style residences, single room and board, $6,103; double room and board, $5,508. The meal plan is mandatory. Apartment-style, $550 - $655.

    Off-campus: Housing is available within walking distance. Average prices: room and board, $350 - $450; bachelor, $250 - $375/month; one-bedroom, $350 - $550/month; two-bedroom, $500 - $650/ month; three-bedroom, $650 - $800/month; house, $1000+/month.

    Information technology
    All students have free access to e-mail, personal web pages, and work directories (file services); these are accessible from their homes or from university computing facilities (labs). Students have access to about 1,000 workstations located in buildings across campus; expanding wireless facilities enable students to access the computer network from their laptops. Use of IT in the curriculum is growing, including the use
    of WebCT. PAWS, the campus portal, provides students with personalized access to web services in one convenient location – they can register for classes, view grades and class information, pay tuition, access library services, build student communities and more.

    Currently, there is a project under way to update the complete information technology backbone in order
    to maintain state of the art computing and telephone technology to the campus.

    Student assistance
    Undergraduate/Graduate: The university offers entrance scholarships and bursaries from $100 to $24,000 over four years. Scholarships, bursaries and prizes to upper-year students range from $100 to $5,500. An emergency loan program is in place to assist students with financial need that cannot be covered by other sources.

    University research

    The University of Saskatchewan is the largest academic and research institution in Saskatchewan, and a leading force for technology and innovation in Canada. One of the country’s top 15 medical doctoral universities, it is home to an unparalleled cluster of life sciences research facilities and expertise including a strong biotechnology and bioproducts sector.

    About half the research activity in the province happens at the U of S, in fields as diverse as medicine, veterinary medicine, agriculture, engineering, environmental technology, and public policy.

    Canada’s national synchrotron, the U of S-owned Canadian Light Source, illuminates diverse areas of inquiry, from medicine to materials science. The U of S Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization leads the world with innovations such as needle-free delivery and vaccines to protect children in the developing world.

    Research and engaged scholarship at the U of S play a crucial role in creating knowledge and then transferring that knowledge to society. This is accomplished both hrough an enriched teaching and learning environment for students and through technologies developed by researchers.

    International education

    The University of Saskatchewan has a vibrant, growing number of study abroad opportunities for students. Currently, the University of Saskatchewan offers two term abroad programs to Guatemala and Russia. Numerous opportunities for internship and practicum placements exist for students in Colleges such as Nursing, Education and Engineering. Various departments offer short-term study opportunities in countries such as China, Cuba, Czech Republic, India, Mozambique, Nicaragua, Uganda, Ukraine and many more.

    The University of Saskatchewan has over 37 active exchange agreements in 15 countries.

    Students who participate in University of Saskatchewan study abroad programs experience a range of new and often life changing experiences.

    Contact
    Kelly Kozak, Coordinator
    Global Commons
    Telephone: (306) 966-2792
    E-mail: kelly.kozak@usask.ca
    Website: http://students.usask.ca/academic/studyabroad/

    Affiliated colleges

    Briercrest College and Seminary
    510 College Drive
    Caronport SK S0H 0S0
    Telephone: (306) 756-3200

    Central Pentecostal College
    1303 Jackson Avenue
    Saskatoon SK S7H 2M9
    Telephone: (306) 374-6655

    College of Emmanuel and St. Chad (Anglican)
    114 Seminary Crescent
    Saskatoon SK S7N 0X3
    Telephone: (306) 975-3753

    Gabriel Dumont College of Metis Studies and Applied Research
    2 - 604 22nd Street West
    Saskatoon SK S7M 5W1
    Telephone: (306) 934-4941

    Lutheran Theological Seminary
    114 Seminary Crescent
    Saskatoon SK S7N 0X3
    Telephone: (306) 975-7850

    St. Andrew’s College (United Church)
    1121 College Drive
    Saskatoon SK S7N 0W3
    Telephone: (306) 966-8970

    St. Peter’s College [Roman Catholic (Benedictine)]
    Box 10
    Muenster SK S0K 2Y0
    Telephone: (306) 682-7888

    Federated college

    St. Thomas More College
    (see separate entry)


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    الصورة الرمزية حمد الحمد

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    Carleton University

    1125 Colonel By Drive
    Ottawa, Ontario K1S 5B6
    Telephone: (613) 520-7400

    President: Dr. Samy Mahmoud, pro tempore

    Profile

    Carleton University is located in Ottawa on a beautiful campus bounded by the Rideau River and the historic Rideau Canal, just a 10-minute drive from Parliament Hill. Carleton takes full advantage of the unique resources found in the nation’s capital and emphasizes the Canadian perspective in many fields of study. The proximity of the university to national libraries and laboratories, galleries, museums, international agencies, leading scientists and research personnel, as well as the fastest growing concentration of high tech companies in the country, provides a vibrant research and learning environment.

    Carleton is a leader in the study of public affairs and management, and high technology, as well as a leading innovator in undergraduate education in the arts and sciences. The university offers undergraduate and graduate programs in more than 50 disciplines.

    Carleton has forged partnerships with business, industry and other educational institutions. The university also has more than 85 active academic exchange agreements with institutions and governments around the world and offers study abroad and exchange options in a wide range of disciplines.

    Carleton makes its programs and resources available to a diverse clientele through innovative teaching technologies and lifelong learning opportunities and offers a full range of services for persons with physical and learning disabilities. Carleton is also proud to be the four-time Canadian Interuniversity Sport national men’s basketball champions.

    History
    Year of foundation: 1942
    Former name of the institution: Carleton College.

    Student enrolment and fees

    2006 preliminary fall enrolment *
    Full-time (undergraduates): 16,900
    Full-time (graduates): 2,270
    Part-time (undergraduates): 4,200
    Part-time (graduates): 730

    * Source: Council of Ontario Universities

    Canadian student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $4,339 - $4,741
    Graduate tuition fees: $3,712 - $4,282

    International student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $12,042 - $13,377
    Graduate tuition fees: $8,554 - $9,880

    ** Fees for general programs in arts. Source: Statistics Canada
    Note: In addition to tuition fees, universities generally charge fees for goods and services supplied to students. This includes areas such as student associations, sports and health. These additional fees vary widely per university and per student and can run from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand dollars. Check with the university for details.

    Programs and degrees

    Note: The program information is compiled by AUCC staff in cooperation with staff at member institutions. The programs are classified according to the Classification of Instructional Programs 2000. To search for the programs offered by this institution, please consult the Directory of Canadian Universities’ programs database online at http://www.aucc.ca/can_uni/search/index_e.html.

    Student facilities and services

    Academic and campus services
    Aboriginal student council, academic clubs, art gallery, awards and financial aid, bookstore, career services, centre for aboriginal culture and education, centre and residence attendant service for persons with disabilities, Carleton International, chaplaincy, child care centre, choir, counseling and student life services, dental clinic, equity services, foot patrol, gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered centre, health and counseling services, housing and conference services, international students’ centre, learning support services, legal clinic, mature and part-time students’ centre, off-campus students’ lounge, ombuds services, radio station (CKCU), recreational and athletic facilities, shuttle bus service (Carleton University-University of Ottawa), status of women office, student academic success centre, student newspaper The Charlatan, television broadcasting (CUTV), student theatre company, volunteer centre, women’s centre, writing tutorial service.

    First-year student programs
    Carleton University offers comprehensive support for first-year students through a number of campus offices. The First Year Experience Office provides year-long transition support through the Summer, Fall and Winter Orientation programs, Academic Orientation, a monthly newsletter for new students, and weekly workshops. The First Year Office also coordinates a Peer Helper program, Leadership Development program, and Community Service Learning program. The Student Academic Success Centre and Learning Support Services offer weekly study skills workshops, majors exploration advising, and first-year registration assistance. The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences offers first-year seminars, and the Arts One program within FASS allows first-year students to take four of their courses in linked clusters, allowing for greater connections between students and faculty. The Faculty of Science offers first-year seminars and all faculties provide academic advising within their departments for new students.

    Housing
    On-campus: The university welcomes 2,593 students in residence each year. Students entering first-year studies are given priority for a room in residence. Students may live in either traditional (no cooking in rooms) or suites residences (cooking facilities included). All residents, excluding those living in Leeds House (one of the two suites residences which normally accommodates upper and graduate students) are obligated to participate in a meal plan. All rooms are smoke free, and while the majority of floors are co-ed, there are a few floors of single gender living. Annual cost, room and board: $6,909 - $8,217 (double) and $7,347 - $8,967 (single). There is a choice of four meal plans (a fifth for suites residents).

    Off-campus: Minimum prices off-campus: bachelor, $513/month; one-bedroom apartment, $600; two-
    bedroom, $882; four-bedroom house, $1,600; room in private home starts at $400 (laundry, cooking and parking frequently offered).

    Information technology
    Carleton University provides network and computing services to students, staff and faculty, with UNIX and Windows-based facilities. More than 700 Windows-based desktops in student labs make more than 80 application packages available for use.

    Carleton has designated wireless hotspots throughout its campus in areas where students gather or study.
    The MacOdrum library’s Learning Commons provides IT support as well as a laptop lending program. Wireless coverage is provided throughout the library so that students may use their own laptops, in addition to any of the library’s some 190 workstations.

    Carleton is undergoing a major upgrade to its Network infrastructure, which will deliver 100 Mbit/second and
    network connectivity to every desktop. Internet access is readily available to all students and faculty, including all on-campus residence rooms. Carleton is also directly attached to ORION, and CA*net4, Ontario’s and Canada’s premier research networks. Carleton has introduced Voice over IP into two recently completed buildings on campus.

    Carleton delivers on-line web services for registration, housing reservations, student records, admission, and fee information. Each student’s ID card is also a smartcard which can be used for payment throughout the campus for everything from vending machines to the bookstore. A learning management system, WebCT, is available for secure content delivery in each course, at the discretion of the professor.

    Students receive a Carleton e-mail address, which they may keep upon graduation.

    Student assistance
    Undergraduate/Graduate: Carleton University rewards academic excellence and recognizes financial need with generous scholarship and bursary programs. Students entering Carleton with an admissions average of 80 percent or better, will automatically be considered for one of our renewable entrance scholarships. These scholarships range in value from $4,000 to $16,000 over four years. Applications are not required for these awards. An application will only be required in order to be considered for one of our 24 Prestige Entrance Scholarships. All Entrance and Prestige Scholarships are renewable with an A- standing. If a renewable scholarship is lost in one year, it can be regained in future years. To reward achievement after entrance, scholarships are automatically awarded to students who achieve an A- standing in their academic program at Carleton. Bursaries ranging from $500 to $1,800 are available to students who require additional assistance in order to finance their studies. In addition, Carleton also offers work study programs as well as short-term and long-term loans. For more information about our scholarship, bursary, work-study programs and government student loans, visit the Awards Office website www.carleton.ca/awards.

    University research

    Research is at the core of Carleton’s mandate, and the university provides strong leadership to the conduct of research, scholarship, and creative activity. It has innovative programs in sciences, business, engineering, arts, and public administration, and has realized major partnerships with numerous public and private sector organizations, as well as other institutions, both nationally and internationally. Carleton has many research strengths, including neuroscience and other health-related research, engineering and photonics. Carleton is proud of its unique intellectual property policy. With nine new labs and three new buildings dedicated to research, its strengths have led to international recognition for its faculty, which continues to attract brilliant researchers, outstanding undergraduate and graduate students.

    International education

    Carleton has more than 70 agreements for academic cooperation with more than 25 countries, facilitating joint research and faculty and student exchanges. Through our network of worldwide partnerships, we send approximately 180 students abroad every year. Exchange countries include: Brazil, Chili, Peru, Tanzania, South Africa, Austria, Belgium, England, Finland, France, Germany, Israel, Mexico, the Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Scotland, Slovakia Republic, Spain, Wales, Japan, Taiwan, Australia, and the United States. Students in the School of Business can participate in the Bachelor of International Business Program which requires one year of study abroad in a foreign language. Carleton is currently a participant in two Canada/EU Mobility Programs and two NAFTA Mobility Programs.

    Contacts
    Ms. Christine Marland, Coordinator
    International Student Exchange Programs
    E-mail: christine_marland@carleton.ca

    Ms. Georgina Galloway, Manager
    International Student Services Office
    E-mail: georgina_galloway@carleton.ca

    Telephone: (613) 520-6600
    Fax: (613) 520-3419
    Website: www.carleton.ca/isso


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