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  1. #121
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    الصورة الرمزية حمد الحمد

    حالة الإتصال : حمد الحمد غير متواجد حالياً
    رقم العضوية : 103
    تاريخ التسجيل : Mar 2006
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    Lakehead University

    955 Oliver Road
    Thunder Bay, Ontario P7B 5E1
    Telephone: (807) 343-8110
    Fax: (807) 343-8023

    President: Dr. Frederick Gilbert

    Orillia Campus
    Heritage Place, 1 Colborne Street W
    Orillia, Ontario L3V 7X5
    Telephone: (705) 329-4298
    Fax: (705) 329-4698
    Website: http://orillia.lakeheadu.ca

    Profile

    Lakehead University is a comprehensive university of 7,500 students and nine faculties. Established in 1965 and located in Thunder Bay, Ontario, its Orillia campus in Southern Ontario opened in September 2006. Currently, 51 percent of Lakehead students come from Northwestern Ontario, with 40 percent from Southern Ontario. There are more than 39,000 alumni around the world.

    Lakehead offers programs at the diploma, undergraduate, and graduate levels. Many – forestry, environmental studies, outdoor recreation, biology, geography, and geology – use the Canadian Shield and boreal forest as part of the educational experience. The university has won acclaim for its multi-disciplinary programs, including Aboriginal programming. Northern socio-economic issues are addressed in programs in sociology, economics, social work, nursing, medicine, psychology, Indigenous learning, and teacher education. The Orillia campus offers a multi-disciplinary undergraduate study program in arts and sciences that can be taken concurrently with education. Business administration will be added in 2007 with other programs to come.

    Lakehead University and Laurentian University are home to the dual-campus Northern Ontario School of Medicine, which focuses on rural, northern, and Aboriginal health. Fifty-six students started in September 2005.

    Lakehead’s unique engineering program offers a traditional baccalaureate program and a diploma in engineering technology with a bachelor of engineering degree, allowing students to graduate in four years. Interdisciplinary studies include gerontology, women’s studies, public health, and applied bio-molecular science.

    Lakehead’s Advanced Technology and Academic Centre features 16 technologically-enhanced classrooms, GIS labs, a virtual-reality lab, high-performance computing labs, and videoconferencing capabilities. Another 15 smart classrooms will be operational in 2007.

    Known for innovative research, Lakehead hosts or collaborates on a number of projects, including the Centre of Excellence for Children and Adolescents with Special Needs, Food Security Research and Service Exchange Network, and the Institute for Cancer Research. Its world class Paleo-DNA laboratory is a pioneer in the field of forensic ancient DNA analysis.

    History
    Year of foundation: 1965
    Former names of the institution: Lakehead Technical Institute (1946); Lakehead College of Arts, Science and Technology (1956-1965).

    Student enrolment and fees

    2006 preliminary fall enrolment *
    Full-time (undergraduates): 5,600
    Full-time (graduates): 450
    Part-time (undergraduates): 1,450
    Part-time (graduates): 100

    * Source: Council of Ontario Universities

    Canadian student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $4,300
    Graduate tuition fees: $5,400 - $9,400

    International student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $10,000
    Graduate tuition fees: $10,600 - $15,700

    ** Fees in 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 cultural and support services, admissions and recruitment, academic advising, bookstore, chaplaincy, childcare services, financial aid services (including budget counselling), registration and records, foot patrol, gender issues centre, health and counselling services, learning assistance centre (academic assistance, tutoring, study skills sessions, and services to students with disabilities), ombuds-person office, student newspaper, student placement and cooperative education centre.

    First-year student programs
    Orientation (academic advising, academic success sessions, workshops, health promotion, residence programming) occurs prior to the start of classes for students as well as for their families and friends.

    Housing
    On-campus: There are 1,223 spaces available for student residents. High school students who are offered admission to Lakehead University in June will receive a residence room offer in their admission package. All other beds are allocated by lottery. There are three dormitory-style co-ed residences (two co-ed and one co-ed by wing). Townhouses and apartments provide single rooms in four-bedroom units. Meal plans are mandatory for students living in the dormitory-style buildings. Annual costs (including fees): dormitories room and board, $7,810 (single); $7,250 (basic single); $6,830 (double); townhouse (room only), $5,250; apartment (room only), $5,270.

    Off-campus: Housing is readily available in townhouses and apartments within walking distance of the university as well as throughout the city. Prices range from $350 - $600/month (room), $475 - $600 (room and board), $380 - $750 (one-bedroom), $740 - $825 (two-bedroom), $650 - $1,125 (three-bedroom) and $600 - $1,500 (house).

    Information technology
    Computer accounts, including a lifelong web e-mail account, are available free to all students, thus providing access to the Internet, printing and computer applications. Internet cafés providing e-mail and web access are available in central locations throughout the campus. Internet, network and telephone access are available through a single cable as a result of Internet Protocol telephony. All residence rooms are wired. Students living off campus have remote access to campus computing services through a web browser. Workstations are located in central labs and departmental labs. The central computer labs are open 24 hours a day during the fall and winter terms. High performance computing labs are available to students through the request of their professor.


    Student assistance
    Lakehead University awards approximately $6.6 million each year in entrance scholarships/awards, in-course scholarships/awards, bursaries and transfer awards.

    Undergraduate: Each year Lakehead University awards approximately $4.4M in scholarship and bursary funds. Entering high school students with a minimum scholarship average of 75 percent are awarded scholarships or awards ranging in value from $1,000 to $14,000. These scholarships and awards require no application and are renewable with an 80 percent average. Applications for up to $2,300 in bursary assistance are available to all entering high school students with financial need. Transfer students and international students are also eligible to apply for scholarship/award and bursary assistance. As well, work study programs are available to undergraduate students with financial need. For more information visit www.financialaid.lakeheadu.ca.

    Graduate: Close to $3M was awarded in 2005-06 to support Lakehead University graduate students. Scholarships, awards and bursaries (http://graduatestudies.lakeheadu.ca) are available to students entering any of Lakehead’s 29 graduate programs. Students holding a Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada scholarship or Ontario Graduate Scholarship in Sciences and Engineering are automatically eligible to receive from Lakehead a top-up to that award of $5,000 (master’s) or $7,500 (doctoral). Government-funded awards include the Canadian Institutes of Health Research to a maximum of $21,000 annually, the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada from $17,300 up to $35,000 annually, Ontario Graduate Scholarship awards up to $10,000 (visa students are also eligible), and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada for $17,300 up to $35,000 per annum. Graduate assistantships may be offered to full-time graduate students.

    University research

    Research at Lakehead addresses regional and national community concerns: Aboriginal studies; advanced technology systems; biotechnology and material science; culture and society; environmental and resource-based development, education and policy; health research across the lifespan; and Northern studies.

    External research funding awarded to Lakehead faculty has more than tripled in the past five years ($5.8 million in 2000-01 to $18.4 million in 2004-05). Existing research strengths have been enhanced and new research clusters have emerged with the recruitment of seven Canada Research Chairs, and the hiring of 109 new faculty members. The recently established joint Lakehead University/Laurentian University Northern Ontario School of Medicine and ICR Discoveries will foster the development of new research clusters in the area of health.

    Lakehead University is striving to create research-intensive graduate programs, especially new interdisciplinary PhD programs and is committed to becoming one of the top 25 research intensive universities in Canada in the next five to 10 years. Through Lakehead’s Centre for Analytical Services, numerous training programs for undergraduate and graduate students offer access to advanced research
    tools such as nuclear magnetic resonance and electron microscopes.

    International education

    Lakehead University has inter-institutional agreements with 14 institutions in 10 countries around the world.
    The International Student Exchange Program provides the opportunity for students to study abroad at a partner institution while retaining full-time registration status at Lakehead University. An international experience can give students a competitive edge when it comes to finding employment. It is not always necessary for students to be fluent in the language of the host country. Several institutions offer their courses in English and host institutions often go out of their way to make Canadian students feel welcome. Some offer special courses to acquaint the student with their country’s political and social systems.

    Contact
    Office of Graduate and International Studies
    Telephone: 807-343-8133
    Fax: 807-346-7829
    E-mail: international.exchange@lakeheadu.ca

    Affiliated Institution

    Northern Ontario School of Medicine


  2. #122
    طالب مميز
    الصورة الرمزية حمد الحمد

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

    935 Ramsey Lake Road
    Sudbury, Ontario P3E 2C6
    Telephone: (705) 675-1151

    President: Dr. Judith Woodsworth

    Profile

    Laurentian University is rooted in the Canadian Shield among freshwater lakes and pristine woods, a natural setting unmatched by other institutions. It is northeastern Ontario’s largest postsecondary institution and has everything students need to broaden their knowledge.

    Since 1960, more than 35,000 people have graduated from this bilingual and tricultural university. It offers a large variety of undergraduate programs and has a growing list of graduate programs which includes six new PhDs. Classes are small and interactive and students benefit from the expertise of professors with international exposure. To support faculty and students, there are many research centres on campus covering such areas as mining, environment, education and health.

    In September 2005, the Northern Ontario School of Medicine welcomed its first students. The school is a joint venture of Laurentian and Lakehead universities. It has main campuses in both Sudbury and Thunder Bay as well as multiple teaching and research sites across Northern Ontario, in small and large communities. Laurentian University continues to grow: a new residence opened in the fall of 2006, the physical education centre is undergoing expansion and a new building to house the school of education will soon be built.

    History
    Year of foundation: 1960
    Former name of the institution: University of Sudbury.

    Student enrolment and fees

    2006 preliminary fall enrolment *
    Full-time (undergraduates): 7,200
    Full-time (graduates): 300
    Part-time (undergraduates): 2,650
    Part-time (graduates): 300

    * Source: Council of Ontario Universities. Enrolment numbers also include Algoma College and Hearst College.

    Canadian student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $4,351
    Graduate tuition fees: $2,900 - $4,298

    International student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $10,591
    Graduate tuition fees: $6,666

    ** 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
    Academic advisers, active living fitness centre, art gallery, chaplaincy, day care centre, health services, language centre, museum, Native student services, orientation and information centre, placement centre, services for students with a disability.

    First-year student programs
    Orientation week, writing skills program and special work-shop, study skills workshops, counselling and
    ‘buddy system’.

    Housing
    On-campus: The university can accommodate up to 1,500 students in residence. All first-year students, (graduates of an Ontario secondary school) who apply to either Single Student Residence or University College Residence will be guaranteed an offer of accommodations, not necessarily in the residence of their choice, if applications are received before the deadline date and if they have a 75 percent average or better. Rooms are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. There are single student apartment-style residences, traditional-style co-ed residences with double and single rooms, and married/mature student apartment-style residences. Annual costs: single students residence, $3,200 (double) - $3,775 (single) plus a $100 caution fee and a $50 activity fee; traditional-style residence, $3,100 (double) - $3,675 (single), plus the $100 caution fee and $50 activity fee; married/mature student apartments, $580 - $620/month. Laurentian’s newest residence, the West Residence offers single rooms in four-person apartments at a cost of $4,200 plus the $100 caution fee and a $25 activity fee. Laurentian’s food service provider is Aramark Canada. A meal plan is optional and costs $500 - $2,700.

    Off-campus: Prices vary depending on the location. Bachelor apartment, $400/month; one-bedroom apartment, $400 - $500/month; two-bedroom apartment, $500-$700/month; three-bedroom apartment, $785/month; three-bedroom house, $875/month; four-bedroom house, $950/month; room without meals, $325/month; room with meals, $425/month; house or apartment shared with students, usually less than $300/month.

    Information technology
    All students who apply to the university receive a computer account giving them access to e-mail, and web browsing from within several student computing labs located throughout the campus. Access is also available through wireless hotspots in all common areas and most classrooms. Off-campus students can access the university computing facilities via the Internet by signing up with local Internet service providers for a monthly fee. Rooms in residence are wired to the campus network and Internet.

    Student assistance
    Undergraduate: Academic merit scholarships include five Dean’s National Scholarships for Excellence, $20,000 each ($5,000 per year renewable for three additional years). An entrance scholarship is guaranteed to each newly admitted student who has a minimum average of 80 percent on their six best U/M courses as follows: 95 - 100 percent, $3,500; 90 - 94.9 percent, $2,500; 85 - 89.9 percent, $2,000; 80 - 84.9 percent, $1,000. These may be renewed based on academic performance in subsequent years. Every secondary school in Ontario may nominate one student for a Leadership Award valued at $1,000. Bursaries awarded on the basis of financial need range from $50 to $5,000.

    Graduate: Bursaries awarded on the basis of financial need range from $50 to $5,000.

    University research

    Laurentian’s mission relates to the fact that activities including research will help respond to needs at the
    regional level, as well as national and international levels. The Strategic Research Plan has focused on some of the main issues that are important in the region but these themes are highly important at the international level as well. In fact, many of the projects and centres have now an international reputation, although they stated as a regional centre for regional needs.

    With the creation of the Research, Development and Creativity Office in September 2004, Laurentian University has grown with its research activities and can now support researchers more efficiently.

    Facilities include the new Centre for Excellence in Mining Innovation, the Research Centre in Humanities, as well as new engineering and earth science research facilities and lab. In addition, the existing centres and research groups are expanding their activities.

    Some of the different networks and projects for the promotion of university research at Laurentian include Teachers’ Science and Technology Outreach Program, Youth Science and Technology Outreach Program, Let’s Talk Science, and Virtual Researcher on Call.

    Students come to Laurentian because it offers great research and researchers, more interactions with researchers and possibilities to have creative and productive research. Facilities and supervisors are readily available to work and discuss with students.

    International education

    Laurentian offers exchange opportunities in 36 countries worldwide. Every year, a group of Laurentian students travel to Mexico for an immersion course in Spanish. The most beneficial part of this immersion type of exchange is that the language and cultural education is not only “in-class” time; students experience challenges first-hand, after class, during their one-month stay with a Mexican family.

    As the world globalizes, employers are looking for more than just an undergraduate degree. By participating in an exchange, students are demonstrating to their family, their future employer and to themselves that they can meet challenges head-on and that they can easily adapt to various situations. We invite our students to internationalize their experience at Laurentian.

    Affiliated colleges

    Algoma University College
    1520 Queen Street East
    Sault Ste. Marie ON P6A 2G4
    Telephone: (705) 949-2301
    Fax: (705) 949-6583

    University College of Hearst
    PO Box 580, 60 9th Street
    Hearst ON P0L 1N0
    Telephone: (705) 372-1781
    Fax: (705) 362-7518

    Federated universities

    Huntington University
    (United Church/co-educational)
    Sudbury ON P3E 2C6
    Telephone: (705) 673-4126
    Fax: (705) 673-6917

    University of Sudbury
    [See separate entry]

    Thornloe University
    (Anglican/co-educational)
    Sudbury ON P3E 2C6
    Telephone: (705) 673-1730
    Fax: (705) 673-4979


  3. #123
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    الصورة الرمزية حمد الحمد

    حالة الإتصال : حمد الحمد غير متواجد حالياً
    رقم العضوية : 103
    تاريخ التسجيل : Mar 2006
    المشاركات : 2,136
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    Queen’s University at Kingston
    (Queen’s University)

    99 University Avenue
    Kingston, Ontario K7L 3N5
    Telephone: (613) 533-2000
    Fax: (613) 533-6300

    Principal: Dr. Karen R. Hitchcock

    Profile

    Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, was one of the first degree-granting institutions of higher learning in central Canada.

    Today the university comprises 16 faculties, colleges and professional schools, as well as the International Study Centre at Herstmonceux, East Sussex, U.K. Queen’s has influenced Canadian higher education for more than 160 years, earning an international reputation for scholarship, spirit and diversity.

    The university’s tradition of innovation, quality and leadership in the academic world is exemplified by the
    many beginnings Queen’s has orchestrated. Queen’s people publish Canada’s oldest scholarly journal. They pioneered graduate work and correspondence study in Canada, and were the first to offer academic programs in business and commerce, engineering physics, art conservation, policy studies, and industrial relations.

    Canada’s first lectureship in politics and economics was established at Queen’s, as was the first course in radiological physics, the first chair in Canadian history, the first national MBA program using tele-conferencing technology, and the first privately-funded executive MBA.

    History
    Year of foundation: 1841
    Former name: Queen’s College at Kingston.

    Student enrolment and fees

    2006 preliminary fall enrolment *
    Full-time (undergraduates): 14,040
    Full-time (graduates): 2,900
    Part-time (undergraduates): 3,060
    Part-time (graduates): 350

    * Source: Council of Ontario Universities

    Canadian student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $4,361 - $4,382
    Graduate tuition fees: $5,159 - $7,452

    International student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $14,790
    Graduate tuition fees: $10,600

    ** 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 services, apartment and housing service, archives, art gallery, Ban Righ Foundation for continuing university education for women, bookstore, career services, chaplaincy, computer store, counselling and disability services, counselling services, day care centre, education abroad adviser, education on queer issues project, human rights office, international centre, learning commons, legal aid, Le Centre Francophone, radio station, six networked libraries, sexual health resource centre, student health,
    the rector, theatres, walk home service, women’s centre, writing centre.

    First-year student programs
    Queen’s Residences Living and Learning Program provides a series of optional, informal educational events on problem areas or topics of great interest such as decision-making, personal safety on campus, study skills, exam preparation, alcohol awareness, healthy eating, money management, relationships, sexual assault, sexual health, social issues, societal discrimination, the Canadian mosaic and women’s/gender issues.

    Housing
    On-campus: Fifteen traditional-style residences can accommodate up to 3,459 students in female-only, male-only, and co-ed facilities in double or single rooms as well as in apartment complexes for families and student couples. Students living in the traditional-style residences are automatically enroled in a complete room and board plan, and may choose from among six meal plans. Only one of the 15 residences does not require a meal plan. Each residence room has highspeed access to the Internet. Almost 85 percent of the first-year students live in residence. Space is guaranteed for first-year students as long as the deposit is received by deadline. Annual cost: single room, $4,975; double or single room and board, $8,886 - $9,435 (traditional-style residences).

    Off-campus: The apartment and housing department manages university-owned rentals in the Queen’s core and two apartment complexes on West Campus. One apartment building contains 123 one-bedroom apartments for student couples ($565/month including utilities); the other consists of 260 one, two, and three-bedroom apartments for student couples and families (one-bedroom, $603/month; two-bedroom, $683/month; three-bedroom, $854/ month; prices include utilities). Students can also find accommodations around campus: bachelor, $395 - $550/month; one-bedroom, $475 - $750/month; two-bedroom, $650 - $950/month; three-bedroom+, $750+/month.

    Information technology
    All students, whether they live in residence or off-campus, have access to the Internet, unlimited e-mail and personal space on the web. Access to the campus backbone services and the Internet is provided off-campus by a dial-in modem pool. Rooms in residence are connected to the university’s network.


    Student assistance
    Programs available to assist undergraduate students include: entrance awards, in-course scholarships, bursaries, institutional loans, a needs-based work-study program, a summer work experience program and emergency funding.

    University research

    Queen’s is one of Canada’s leading research-intensive universities, with over $150 million in total annual sponsored research funding. Queen’s researchers are conducting innovative studies across a broad spectrum of disciplines, from the humanities and social sciences to the physical, natural, and applied sciences. Three Queen’s professors were among 10 outstanding Canadian researchers to be named new Killam Research Fellows for 2006 – the highest number received by a single university.

    International education

    With over 120 partner universities based around the world, Queen’s students have many opportunities to
    study abroad during their undergraduate and graduate programs, including numerous exchange programs, field trips, international internships, and practica. Many Queen’s students also study at international institutions through direct enrollment by obtaining a Letter of Permission from their Faculty/School before their departure and receiving course credit upon their return.

    International students form an important part of the Queen’s Community, with over 1,300 international students, or approximately seven percent of the full-time student population, studying at Queen’s each year. International students come to Queen’s from over 90 countries.

    To support the international student population and domestic students interested in studying, volunteering,
    or working abroad, Queen’s has many resources and student services in place, including the Queen’s University International Centre.

    Contact
    Maryann Severin, University Exchange Coordinator
    International Centre
    Telephone: (613) 533-6000 ext. 75379
    E-mail: severinm@post.queensu.ca
    Website: www.queensu.ca/international/


  4. #124
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    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

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    Redeemer University College

    777 Garner Road E
    Ancaster, Ontario L9K 1J4
    Telephone: (905) 648-2131
    Toll-free: (800) 263-6467
    Fax: (905) 648-2134

    President: Dr. Justin D. Cooper

    Profile

    Redeemer University College is a non-denominational undergraduate university known for the academic excellence of its liberal arts and science program and the scholarship of its faculty. Committed to providing university education with a Christian perspective, academic integrity, and offered within the context of a caring campus community, Redeemer features a close learning relationship between faculty and students strengthened by small classes and common objectives. Townhouse and apartment-style residences also promote a sense of community and a supportive environment which encourages learning.

    Redeemer’s focus on liberal arts and science enables all students – regardless of their major – to receive a broad, comprehensive education which provides a solid basis for graduate study or employment. Studies are complemented by co-curricular activities, including music, theatre, athletics, chapel and community service, which contribute to the development of the whole person, intellectually, socially, spiritually and culturally. Graduates are well prepared for the challenges of study, employment and life after completing their degrees.

    Through the work of its faculty and research centres, cultural events, the community service of staff and students, and the performance of its alumni, Redeemer University College endeavours to make a constructive contribution to Canadian higher education and society as it serves its students and the surrounding community.

    History
    Year of foundation: 1982
    Former name: Redeemer College (1982 - 2000).

    Student enrolment and fees

    2006 preliminary fall enrolment *
    Full-time (undergraduates): 793
    Part-time (undergraduates): 65

    * Source: Redeemer University College

    Canadian student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $11,082

    International student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $11,082

    ** Fees for general programs in arts. Source: Redeemer University 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.

    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
    Redeemer is dedicated to creating avenues for success for all students. With a professionally staffed Writing Centre to ensure good writing skills, and study smart seminars at the beginning of each semester, Redeemer helps students get their academic feet off the ground. As well, new lit walkways, security staff, walksafe program, and close-knit residential community ensures a safe campus. There are faculty advisors for all students, chaplaincy services, on-campus clubs, and peer support. The Student Life center offers counseling, a career resource center and placement office, and support for students with physical or learning disabilities. In addition, an on campus child care center, health services, and a fitness center with weight room, rounds out Redeemer’s many academic and campus services.

    First-year student programs
    Incoming students are received with open arms at Redeemer. They are offered many opportunities to tour the campus, meet with professors and peers, and be oriented to life on campus.

    Once you have arrived, there are advising sessions with faculty members, study smart seminars, prayer groups, writing labs, library tours, commuter club meetings and various other way to get you on track in your first year. One of the bet first-year support services is life in the residences, where friendships, fun, and study co-exist.

    Housing
    On-campus: About 400 students live on campus in cozy, townhouse-style dorms and in one, two and three-bedroom apartments. Apartments are reserved for married and senior students. Students living in the townhouse-style residences live in groups of six to eight. All first and second-year students under the age of 20 are required to live on campus and guaranteed a spot in college residences (no co-ed dorms offered), which are supervised by student resident and housing assistants (you must apply by the deadline). Thus, approximately 82 percent of first-year students live in residence. Annual cost of room and board: $5,116. Meal plan is mandatory when you live on campus, and with our newly renovated “Market” grocery store right on campus, learning to cook for yourself and others is fun and under your control.

    Off-campus: The campus is located in beautiful Ancaster, a quick ten minute drive from Hamilton. Redeemer is on the Hamilton City Bus line. Housing is readily available and reasonably accessible. Prices range from $500 - $900/month. For more information, contact the Student Life Office, which keeps an up to date listing
    of local housing opportunities.

    Information technology
    Students at Redeemer University College are given a computer account which includes access to a newly renovated computer lab, a school e-mail account, Internet access and other on-line resources. Every bedroom and living room of each dorm is equipped with a standard connection which students may use to connect to the college’s on-line resources and the Internet.

    The newly constructed Peter Turkstra Library has many quiet areas to work, and the classrooms are laptop friendly. The Internet is utilized by faculty members in learning and research. There is a computer support staff on hand to help students with computer-related issues.

    Student assistance
    Undergraduate: Redeemer awards academic scholarships based on high school or transfer grades valued from $1,250 - $3,500. To be eligible, a student must have applied before February 28. A limited number of needs-tested bursaries are available to qualifying students who have applied prior to February 28.

    As well, Redeemer offers a number of Leadership and Academic Achievement Scholarships that are both grades and interview based. There are currently no full scholarship opportunities. There are a number of other scholarship and bursary opportunities for incoming students. Please contact the Financial Aid Office for a full listing, or request a copy of the financial aid form when applying to Redeemer.

    University research

    Research by faculty at Redeemer University College addresses several areas of concern on a local and national scale. Faculty are involved in projects of science education at the elementary school level, community fitness, literacy in Sierra Leone, person-centred care of dementia patients, violence against women, normalization of emotions in adolescents, robotic vision, uptake of heavy metals by food plants, and the future of Canadian cities. The Office of Research and Faculty Development has expanded its services in identifying funding sources and grant support and has redesigned its website to support faculty research. The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada’s Undergraduate Student Research Awards and the Human Resources Canada Summer Career Placement Program have supported summer student research in the social and natural sciences. As an undergraduate institution, teaching excellence remains a primary aim of Redeemer University College. However, it is expected of faculty to devote approximately 25 percent of their time to research activities.

    International education

    Redeemer offers co-op programs in business, computer science, science, and theatre arts which is supported by a Co-op and Career Placement Director. International students have successfully participated in this program and often find meaningful work-study placements on campus. Co-op programs often lead to full-time employment following graduation and give graduates a leading edge in establishing a career.

    Students regularly participate in off-campus study programs in England, France, and the Netherlands, with opportunities in China, Central America, the Middle East, Africa, Australia, and Russia. Students find that these programs develop better understandings of other cultures, languages and people. It places the academic program in a larger global context and develops better understandings of Canada’s place in the world.

    In addition, each year students are invited to participate in Canada Corps University Partnership Program Internships – and for the past two years, students have worked and researched in Sierra Leone.

    Contact
    Richard Wikkerink, International Liaison Officer
    E-mail: rwikker@redeemer.ca


  5. #125
    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


    Saint Paul University

    223 Main Street
    Ottawa, Ontario K1S 1C4
    Telephone: (613) 236-1393
    Fax: (613) 782-3014

    Rector: Rev. Dale M. Schlitt

    Profile

    Saint Paul University is a Catholic, ecumenically-oriented bilingual institution located in Canada’s capital and dedicated to the understanding of the Christian faith and its integration in daily life. Founded in 1848 as the College of Bytown, it became the University of Ottawa in 1866 and Saint Paul University in 1965. Saint Paul University is federated with the present University of Ottawa and gives its degrees jointly with this university.

    There are fewer than 1,000 students, so classes are small and the atmosphere is friendly. Multiculturalism is evident as more than 45 countries are represented.

    Students, faculty and administration are proud of the university library, the largest religious studies research
    library in Canada, specializing in religious history, theology, ethics, canon law, medieval studies and philosophy. Course offerings are rich in areas such as pastoral counselling, mission studies and inter-religious dialogue, theology, ethics, biblical studies, spirituality, canon law, Anglican studies, and Eastern Christian studies.

    History
    Year of foundation: 1848
    Former names: College of Bytown, University of Ottawa.

    Student enrolment and fees

    2006 preliminary fall enrolment *
    Full-time (undergraduates): 150
    Full-time (graduates): 200
    Part-time (undergraduates): 300
    Part-time (graduates): 60

    * Source: Council of Ontario Universities

    Canadian student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $3,450
    Graduate tuition fees: $3,674

    International student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $3,805/session
    Graduate tuition fees: $3,930/session

    ** Fees for general programs in arts. Source: Saint Paul University
    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
    Bookstore, career centre, Centre for Ministry Formation, counselling, spiritual animation, services for persons
    with a disability, sound room, television studio.

    Housing
    On-campus: The university can accommodate up to 186 students in its new residence on campus. Facilities include rooms at Laframboise Hall (for student priests and seminarians), as well as room and board for priests, religious men and women, and other students at Deschâtelets Residence.

    Student assistance
    Admission bursaries are available for promising candidates. Graduate admission scholarships are also available. Bursaries range from $500 to $6,000 and are awarded based on financial need, among other criteria. Applications for bursaries must be received by May 1st.

    University research

    Be it ethics or conflict studies, to mention but those two, the disciplines taught at Saint Paul University are
    such that its academic research focuses on fields that are deemed of considerable interest to the Canadian population at large. In a constant effort to better serve this population, Saint Paul University is currently preparing new research programs, including a Master in Public Ethics, a PhD in Conflict Studies and another in Counselling and Spirituality.

    Saint Paul University seeks out undergraduate students who show an aptitude for graduate studies, and actively encourages them to follow through in that direction, whether it be at Saint Paul or elsewhere. In order to further develop its aid to graduate students, the university has just added to its admission scholarships a new Academic Excellence Scholarship program for doctoral students.

    International education

    Saint Paul University believes that, within the framework of their university studies, it is important for its students to be able to engage in training courses abroad; and in like manner, that the presence of students from other countries vastly enriches the student experience on campus. Over the summer (2006), Saint Paul University established its International Services, with a mandate to promote student mobility at an international level, and further increase the number of non-Canadian students on campus.

    Also in 2006, Saint Paul University became member of a consortium of nine Canadian, American and Mexican universities encouraging student mobility. With support from the North American Mobility in Higher Education Program from Human Resources and Social Development Canada, over the next three years, this consortium will allow 21 students from each one of its member universities to engage in training courses in any of the other two countries belonging to said consortium.

    Saint Paul University’s International Services are currently paving the way for bilateral partnerships in matters of student mobility with a number of universities, mainly in Europe and Asia.


  6. #126
    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


    St. Jerome’s University

    200 University Avenue
    Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3G3
    Telephone: (519) 884-8110 or (519) 884-8111
    Fax: (519) 884-5759

    President: Dr. Myroslaw Tataryn, Interim President

    Profile

    Located in the heart of the University of Waterloo campus, St. Jerome’s University provides students with a closely-knit and intellectually stimulating community, while offering access to all the resources of a large university.

    Taking courses across the campus, students pursue University of Waterloo bachelor of arts and bachelor of mathematics degrees. At St. Jerome’s, class sizes are kept small and professors are readily available to meet with students, providing a friendly and personal learning experience.

    Founded in 1865, St. Jerome’s is a Roman Catholic institution which values its heritage of earnest intellectual inquiry and social responsibility. St. Jerome’s students combine academic pursuits with outreach to individuals in need, service organizations, and social groups in the community beyond the campus. The university takes pride in the religious and cultural diversity of faculty, staff and students who strive to build a distinctive community where students grow intellectually, spiritually, and socially.

    History
    Year of foundation: 1865
    Former names of the institution: St. Jerome’s College, University of St. Jerome’s College.

    Student enrolment and fees

    2006 preliminary fall enrolment *
    Full-time (undergraduates): 781
    Part-time (undergraduates): 7148

    * Source: St. Jerome’s University

    Canadian student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $4,362
    Graduate tuition fees: $3,780

    International student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $16,092
    Graduate tuition fees: $9,600

    ** 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

    Arts
    [Faculty of Arts, University of Waterloo]
    St. Jerome’s registers students and teaches courses in the Faculty of Arts of the University of Waterloo. Students may register in any faculty of arts program, with the exception of the Accounting and Financial Management program, though the number of courses available at St. Jerome’s will depend on the department in which a student majors. St. Jerome’s teaches a range of courses in English, history, French, Italian, legal studies, psychology, religious studies, sociology, and sexuality, marriage and the family. St. Jerome’s houses the departments of Legal Studies, Italian, and Sexuality, Marriage, and Family Studies.

    Mathematics
    [Faculty of Mathematics, University of Waterloo]
    St. Jerome’s registers students and teaches courses in the Faculty of Mathematics of the University of Waterloo. Students may register in any faculty of mathematics program, though the number of courses available at St. Jerome’s will depend on the department in which a student majors. St. Jerome’s teaches a range of courses, including algebra, calculus, computer science, statistics, and combinatorics and optimization, and applied mathematics.

    Student facilities and services

    Academic and campus services
    See the University of Waterloo.

    First-year student programs
    See the University of Waterloo.

    Housing
    On-campus: St. Jerome’s has two residences available for 286 students registered through one of Waterloo’s colleges or the University of Waterloo. The men’s residence is comprised of double rooms and the women’s residence has both double and single rooms. There are 175 spaces reserved for first-year students. Priority is given to students registered at St. Jerome’s. Two-term cost of residence is $7,442 for double occupancy, and includes room, board, small fridge in each room, a residence council activity fee, and Resnet. Mandatory meal plan.

    Off-campus: Housing is available. University of Waterloo’s Housing office serves St. Jerome’s students.

    Information technology
    St. Jerome’s students have access to the computing services at the University of Waterloo. Each student is entitled to a free e-mail account as well as some web space. Residence students are provided with Resnet. The cost is included in the residence fees.

    Sports
    See the University of Waterloo.

    Student assistance
    Undergraduate: St. Jerome’s offers numerous scholarships to both entering and continuing students. Entrance scholarships range in value from $1,000 to $3,000. Bursaries are also available based on academic achievement and financial need.

    International education

    The Beyond Borders program provides students with the opportunity for service and learning in countries in the developing world and academic course preparation for the experience which counts as credit toward their degrees. Countries included in the program have included Kenya, Belize, Honduras, Ecuador, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Ukraine, and the list of countries is currently expanding.

    In addition to exchange programs offered by the University of Waterloo, in which many St. Jerome’s students participate, St. Jerome’s also has cooperative agreements with universities in Italy, Hungary, Mexico and Poland.

    Students in cooperative education programs have opportunities to pursue work term placements in various countries around the world.

    Contact
    Dr. Scott Kline, Director
    Beyond Borders Program
    Telephone: (519) 884-8111 ext 28289
    Fax: (519) 884-5759
    E-mail: skline@uwaterloo.ca


  7. #127
    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 St. Michael’s College

    81 Saint Mary Street
    Toronto, Ontario M5S 1J4
    Telephone: (416) 926-1300
    Fax: (416) 926-7276

    President: Dr. Richard M.H. Alway

    Profile

    Founded in 1852 by the Basilian Fathers, St. Michael’s College is the Catholic college in the University of Toronto. As such, it offers students an academic home in a college which has inherited intellectual traditions springing from medieval Europe, combined with full membership in one of Canada’s greatest modern research universities.

    Set in its own green space on the St. George (downtown) campus of the University of Toronto, the college is in the heart of the city.

    St. Michael’s provides a superior undergraduate education in arts and science which prepares one for full citizenship in an increasingly complex and interdependent world. This mission is undertaken within a milieu in which the Christian faith, in the Catholic tradition, is openly professed and its intellectual heritage explored and developed. At the same time, the college welcomes men and women of every background who wish to become members of its academic community. The Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies and the faculty of theology are the university’s graduate divisions. The division of continuing education offers collaborative programs leading to certification.

    History
    Year of foundation: 1852

    Student enrolment and fees

    2006 preliminary fall enrolment *
    Full-time (undergraduates): 3,970
    Part-time (undergraduates): 395

    * Source: University of St. Michael’s College

    Canadian student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $4,373
    Graduate tuition fees: $3,550 - $7,765

    International student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $6,618
    Graduate tuition fees: $9,545 - $11,765

    ** Fees for general programs in arts. Source: University of St. Michael’s 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.

    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
    Students of St. Michael’s have access to University of Toronto services and facilities, including sports facilities. [See University of Toronto listing].

    First-year student programs
    Orientation; instruction on access to UTLink and web; first-year seminar courses limited to 20 students, writing centre; math aid centre.

    Housing
    On-campus: The university offers accommodation to 750 students in both co-ed and single-sex residences.
    The vast majority of first-year students share double rooms, with a limited number given private rooms based on entrance grades. All students above first-year receive private accommodation. The meal plan is obligatory. All first-year students admitted before July 31 are guaranteed residence. St. Michael’s also provides housing for a limited number of graduate students. The annual cost of room and board ranges from $7,795 to $9,605.

    Off-campus: See University of Toronto listing.

    Information technology
    Students can register for an Internet account free of charge, which allows access to the Internet and library resources. More than 100 computer work-stations are located in the library and the information commons site. At home or in residence, dial-up access is free for the first 20 hours per term, and $.20 up to 33 kbps or $.50 per hour up to 56 kbps per subsequent hour.

    Student assistance
    Undergraduate: St. Michael’s offers non-renewable admission scholarships, ranging between $1,000 and $3,000, according to admission average in each of the four admission categories: humanities and social sciences; economics and commerce; life sciences; and mathematical, physical and computer sciences. Students need not apply for these scholarships. Other admission scholarships recognize students in a specific area of study and require application. Students are eligible for an in-course scholarship from the college after every session in which they attain an annual grade point average of 3.7 (A-) or better on 5.0 degree credits. Grant assistance is also available based on demonstrated financial need.

    Graduate: Financial aid for graduate students in the Faculty of Theology is also available.

    University research

    Research undertaken at St. Michael’s contributes to the broader effort of research in the humanities in the Faculty of Arts and Science of the University of Toronto. Research at St. Michael’s also contributes to the cause of greater ecumenical and interfaith understanding and cooperation, and to the particular concerns and aspirations of the Catholic community in Toronto and across the country and beyond, especially through members of the undergraduate program in Christianity and Culture and the graduate Faculty of Theology. For example, the recently established Canadian Catholic Bioethics Institute, an affiliated institute of St. Michael’s, exists to provide scholarly information and research for the wider community on contemporary issues of common concern, and the Three Faiths Forum is intended to foster dialogue among Christians, Jews, and Muslims.

    St. Michael’s library, the John M. Kelly Library, has been in the forefront of the University of Toronto’s leading contribution to the Open Content Alliance and the digitization and dissemination of library holdings. The library has also recently acquired major special collections in the works of spiritual author Henri Nouwen and theologian John Henry Newman, among others.

    International education

    International educational experiences for undergraduates include the Intercordia program, a service-learning summer course in social justice and international development, and a summer study abroad program in Celtic Studies. Graduate students in the Faculty of Theology may participate in the Israel Intersession Program of credit courses taken in Jerusalem, as part of the Faculty’s Master of Arts in Theology and Jewish Studies, and in the Latin American Globalization Program, a three-week session in Lima, Peru. On the local level, several programs in the Faculty of Theology include a field-placement component.


  8. #128
    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 Sudbury

    935 Ramsey Lake Road
    Sudbury, Ontario P3E 2C6
    Telephone: (705) 673-5661
    Fax: (705) 673-4912

    President: Dr. Andrii Krawchuk

    Profile

    Sudbury, a multicultural mining town in Northern Ontario, is home to the University of Sudbury. It was here that the Jesuit Fathers of the Francophone province founded the Collège Sacré-Coeur in 1913. The Collège played a vital role in the development of francophone education in Ontario. In 1957, an act of the province sanctioned a new name for the institution, which became the University of Sudbury, a bilingual, postsecondary institution.

    In 1960, the University of Sudbury was one of the founding institutions of the Laurentian University federation, which today includes three other institutions: Huntington University (United Church), Thorneloe
    University (Anglican) and Laurentian.

    As a small, undergraduate, liberal arts university, uSudbury is committed to high-quality education in the humanities. It offers five programs: philosophy, religious studies, Native studies, folklore and journalism/public relations. The professors are deeply committed to the intellectual growth of every student. In addition, small classes and relatively low student-professor ratios allow professors to be more accessible to students than elsewhere. Community involvement and partnerships also provide a valuable bridge between the university and off-campus constituencies: for example, our philosophers are involved in health-care ethics consultation, religious studies professors provide public lectures on debates relating to faith perspectives, folklore and Native studies connect with local and regional communities, while the journalism/public relations program is developing a broad outreach and internships in collaboration with the various news media. By remaining attentive to the pulse of the community, uSudbury programs provide a valuable contribution to the life of the city and of Northern Ontario.

    History
    Year of foundation: 1913
    Former name of the institution: Collège du Sacré Coeur de Sudbury.

    Student enrolment and fees

    2006 preliminary fall enrolment *
    Full-time (undergraduates): 7,200
    Full-time (graduates): 300
    Part-time (undergraduates): 2,650
    Part-time (graduates): 300

    * Source: Council of Ontario Universities. Enrolment numbers are from Laurentian University of Sudbury and also include Algoma College and Hearst College.

    Canadian student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $4,351
    Graduate tuition fees: $2,900 - $4,298

    International student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $10,591
    Graduate tuition fees: $6,666

    ** 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
    (Note: For services and facilities other than the ones listed below, please see Laurentian University.)
    University library; student council, which organizes a wide variety of activities, provides skills training and participates in the governance of the university; student life, in residence and on campus, includes many options for social, cultural and sports activities throughout the academic year. The chaplaincy provides spiritual guidance and support to Catholic students, together with other spiritual services in the ecumenical setting of the federated institutions. An elder also serves Native students with counselling services, ritual ceremonies and other services in collaboration with Laurentian University.

    Housing
    On-campus: uSudbury’s Lucien-Matte Residence is home to 173 students. Double and single rooms are equipped with high-speed Internet access and university e-mail accounts. Common areas include washrooms, kitchen facilities, a laundry room, and lounges. The meal plan is optional. Many consider the residence a “home away from home,” a place not only for study and rest, but also where friendships and community enhance their university experience.

    Off-campus: See Laurentian University.

    Information technology
    All students receive a computer account giving them free Internet access for e-mail and text-based browsing. All rooms in residence have direct access to the Internet and the university network. Students living off-campus can access the university network via the Internet through their own Internet provider.

    Student assistance
    Students enrolled in uSudbury courses may apply for various types of financial assistance, including scholarships for academic merit, as well as bursaries based on need.


  9. #129
    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


    Trent University

    1600 West Bank Drive
    Peterborough, Ontario K9J 7B8
    Telephone: (705) 748-1011
    Fax: (705) 748-1246

    President: Prof. Bonnie Patterson

    Profile

    Trent University is known for its commitment to liberal undergraduate education in the humanities, social sciences and natural sciences and to the centrality of the individual student. Within a collegial setting, Trent offers undergraduate and graduate programs, both traditional and interdisciplinary, which seek to advance learning through the creative interaction of teaching and research of the highest quality.

    Spanning the picturesque Otonabee River in Peterborough, Ontario, Trent’s Symons Campus features award-winning architecture designed to complement its natural setting. In its relatively short, yet significant history, Trent has become known for its exceptional teaching and learning environment. Three major campus buildings – a world-class chemical sciences teaching facility and an integrated college, Peter Gzowski College and the new DNA Building – have opened recently. Trent’s Water Quality Centre houses state-of-the-science lab equipment and is at the core of the new Chemical Sciences Building. Meanwhile, Peter Gzowski College houses a 250-bed residence, space for several academic departments, numerous teaching spaces, and the First Peoples House of Learning which consists of a performance space, a gathering space and an outdoor ceremonial space.

    Trent enriches the individual student’s experience through intimate group learning and an academic advisor system in which each student is linked with a faculty or staff member. Award-winning professors pride themselves on making connections with their students.

    On campus and around the globe, Trent’s researchers are involved in studies of global significance. The university has become known for its expertise in wildlife DNA forensics, which has put Trent at the centre of a regional economic cluster. Trent’s key areas of research priority include archaeological studies, environmental and resource management studies, Canadian studies, Indigenous studies, cultural studies, health studies, quantitative modeling studies and international studies.

    Trent also boasts a vibrant international program, and is home to an increasingly diverse community of students from all corners of the globe. In the last year, Trent has welcomed more than 575 students from 104 countries. For further information, visit www.trentu.ca.

    History
    Year of foundation: 1963

    Student enrolment and fees

    2006 preliminary fall enrolment *
    Full-time (undergraduates): 6,690
    Full-time (graduates): 220
    Part-time (undergraduates): 1,360
    Part-time (graduates): 60

    * Source: Council of Ontario Universities

    Canadian student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $4,372
    Graduate tuition fees: $5,410

    International student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $11,952

    ** 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
    Academic advising, academic skills centre, athletics, bookstore, bus service, careers centre, child care centre, counselling centre, food-snack bars, special needs office, student health services, walk home program.

    First-year student programs
    Introductory seminar week: four-day fall orientation session, prior to the first week of classes.

    Housing
    On-campus: Trent can accommodate approximately 1,250 students in residence. The university has five residential colleges that offer varying styles of co-ed and female only living. Most of our residence space is single student rooms, though we do have double rooms available. A meal plan is mandatory for all in residence. We offer a variety of plans to meet the student’s needs. Residence is guaranteed to all incoming first-year students who apply by the deadline. Otherwise, rooms are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Annual cost of residence depends on the college and meal plan selected. Single rooms with a meal plan range from $8,335 - $9,577 and double rooms with a meal plan range from $7,366 - $7,722. We are able to house students who wish to remain in residence after their first year. Space is limited due to our commitment to housing most of the first-year students.

    Off-campus: Housing is readily available downtown, within walking distance of Traill College and bus routes to the Symons campus. Average prices: room with kitchen privileges, $300 - $400/month; bachelor, $350 - $425/month; one-bedroom apartment, $475 - $750/ month, two-bedroom apartment, $700 - $950/month, three-bedroom+ apartment, $800+/month. Information about on-campus housing and off-campus listings can be found at www.trentu.ca/housing.

    Information technology
    All students receive a Trent University email account and access to the “My Trent” student portal. Access can be obtained from campus network computers and students can also access the portal via the Internet from residence rooms and off campus locations. Students in residence, as part of the residence fees, receive high speed Internet service in their rooms and phone service. The phone service is a feature-loaded voice over Internet protocol and includes some long distance calling in the package. Unlimited long distance is also available as an add-on feature.

    Student assistance
    Undergraduate: Trent bursary funds are awarded in both terms based on financial need and satisfactory academic achievement. The university offers both entrance and in-course scholarships. All new students are automatically considered for entrance scholarships. Major scholarships do not require separate application, with the exception of the Champlain, Board of Governors Leadership and Trent University Special Admission Scholarships. In addition, bursaries, work-study opportunities and short-term loans are available.

    Graduate: Trent University offers a variety of graduate scholarships, merit awards, and tuition bursaries. New graduate students admitted to the university are automatically considered for graduate teaching assistantships ($8,445), research fellowships, entrance awards and PhD scholarships. In addition, the university has a number of endowed graduate scholarships and bursaries, which range from $500 to $10,000 a year. A limited number of international student differential fee waivers are available for visa students.

    University research

    Trent University is internationally recognized for its research in environmental and life science, with special strengths in studies of environmental change and monitoring, conservation biology, and water quality. Trent has also developed a tradition of interdisciplinary research that focuses on understanding various past and contemporary societies, as well as understanding the relationship between the products of a culture and the social, political, and subjective contexts in which they take shape.

    Trent has above-average research productivity and has seen the proliferation of various research centers. The following research centres have either been created or expanded in the past five years: the Archaeological Research Centre, Centre for Health Studies, Centre for the Study of Theory, Culture and Politics, Frost Centre for Canadian Studies and Native Studies, Natural Resources DNA Profiling and Forensic Centre, the Trent Centre for Materials Research, Watershed Science Centre, and the Worsfold Water Quality Centre.

    International education

    Trent students are encouraged to spend a summer, term or full academic year of their undergraduate degree
    studying in another country. The Trent International Study and Exchange Program offers exchange and study-abroad opportunities in many countries, including England, Scotland, Wales, Finland, Iceland, Jamaica, Trinidad, Barbados, Spain, France, Germany, Hungary, South Africa, Mauritius, the Czech Republic, Malaysia, South Korea, Japan, Sweden, Australia, the United States and Mexico. The exchange normally takes place in the third-year of the student’s honours program. Students may participate in a Trent International Program exchange or co-ordinate, with TIP’s assistance, their own study-abroad program. Trent students are also able to apply for summer service-learning placements at agencies in Africa under the supervision of World University Service of Canada.


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    تاريخ التسجيل : Mar 2006
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    University of Trinity College

    6 Hoskin Avenue
    Toronto, Ontario M5S 1H8
    Telephone: (416) 978-2522
    Fax: (416) 978-2797

    Provost: Prof. Margaret O. MacMillan (until June 30, 2007)
    Prof. Andy Orchard (begins July 1, 2007)

    Profile

    Founded in 1852 as the Church of England University in Canada, Trinity College has been federated with the University of Toronto since 1904 and shares its services and facilities. Undergraduate students in arts and science apply through the University of Toronto and receive their degree from that institution.

    The college provides a diverse, challenging and engaging academic community to supplement the university experience. Graduate students in theology are admitted directly to the college and have access to the resources of the Toronto School of Theology.

    Innovative programs offered by the college include immunology, international relations, ethics, society and the law. The college recognizes the value of its Anglican heritage and welcomes students from all religious, ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds.

    In addition to the academic requirements of the university, the college places an emphasis on students’ intellectual, leadership and community interests, abilities and activities.

    History
    Year of foundation: 1852

    Students enrolment and fees

    2006 preliminary fall enrolment *
    Full-time (undergraduates): 1,541
    Full-time (graduates): 65
    Part-time (undergraduates): 116
    Part-time (graduates): 54

    * Source: University of Trinity College

    Canadian student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $4,373

    International student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Tuition fees: $16,800

    ** Fees for general programs in arts. Source: University of Trinity 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.

    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
    (Note: For facilities and services other than the ones listed below, consult the University of Toronto chapter).

    Academic and campus services
    Archives, chaplaincy, library, math aid centre, theatre, tennis courts, playing field, writing advisory centre. For other services, see corresponding section of the University of Toronto entry.

    First-year student programs
    Workshops, seminars and counselling on study skills, career and academic choices and personal problems. First-year credit interdisciplinary courses taught by college staff and designed to develop communication skills and analytical thinking. These courses focus on seminar participation and small classes. Trinity One: a first-year program with two seminars plus a related departmental course. The college offers two sections: one in ethics and one in international relations. Each is limited to 25 students.

    Housing
    On-campus: More than 25 percent of students live in the college residences. A large proportion of first-year students and all upper-year students have single rooms in the traditional dormitory-style residences, with a choice of two meal plans. There are two dining halls with a variety of menu options. Annual cost of room and board: $9,640 - $9,975.

    Off-campus: See the University of Toronto entry.

    Information technology
    All students are provided with personal e-mail accounts. All residence rooms have Internet and telephone service included with residence fees. Wireless Internet access is available in the library and other locations on campus, and there are 24-hour computer centres available with printing facilities.

    Sports
    See the University of Toronto entry.

    Student assistance
    Undergraduate: Trinity College issues over $1 million in scholarships and bursaries to its students each year, in addition to awards granted by the University of Toronto. The college offers approximately 100 entrance scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $3,500. In-course and graduation awards are also offered for exceptional academic achievement. A significant number of bursaries are awarded to students in financial need.


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