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University of Calgary
Adresse: 2500 University Drive N.W., T2N 1N4, Calgary, Canada
Téléphone: (403) 220-6920
Site internet: http://www.ucalgary.ca
ARTS - INFOGRAPHIE, COMMUNICATION, COMMERCE - ECONOMIE - COMPTABILITE, INGENIEURS, SANTE, INFORMATIQUE - TELECOMS, INTERNATIONAL, DROIT - SCIENCES POLITIQUES, MEDECINE, PHARMACIE - PARAMEDICAL, SCIENCES PHYSIQUES - CHIMIE - BIOLOGIE
High School Certificate
- Formation en Arts - infographie -> Fiche formation
- Formation en Communication -> Fiche formation
- Formation en Commerce - economie - comptabilite -> Fiche formation
- Formation en Ingenieurs -> Fiche formation
- Formation en Sante -> Fiche formation
- Formation en Informatique - telecoms -> Fiche formation
- Formation en International -> Fiche formation
- Formation en Droit - sciences politiques -> Fiche formation
- Formation en Medecine -> Fiche formation
- Formation en Pharmacie - paramedical -> Fiche formation
- Formation en Sciences physiques - chimie - biologie -> Fiche formation
Located in northwest Calgary, the University of Calgary campus occupies a beautiful, park-like setting covering more than 200 hectares, or an area larger than Calgary’s entire downtown. The U of C is home to scholars in 16 faculties (offering more than 80 academic programs) and 36 research institutes and centres.
More than 28,200 students are currently enrolled in undergraduate, graduate and professional degree programs. The U of C has graduated 120,000 alumni over its 40-year history, including the current Prime Minister of Canada.
The U of C’s high-quality undergraduate education is characterized by the synthesis of research, teaching and learning. We enhance our students’ experience by enabling them to take an inquiry-based approach through experiential learning — literally learning through experience. This leads to greater critical thinking skills, increased exposure to research methods, greater access to leading edge scholars, and it creates a more engaging, motivating learning environment for our students.
The U of C is a champion of investing in technology to enhance the student experience: in 2006 we became the first Canadian university to introduce podcasting on a large scale with the launch of four courses featuring the iPod as a teaching tool. Other technologies employed on campus include a Classroom Performance System that provides more classroom opportunities for interaction, and a wireless setting — all student spaces at the U of C will be wireless by late 2006, giving students access to their online coursework, to professors and to each other, wherever they are on campus.