Acadia University was established in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada, in 1838 as a public liberal arts university. Over 200 undergraduate and graduate programs are offered by the university's four faculties of Arts, Pure and Applied Sciences, Theology, and Professional Studies. There are 3800+ students enrolled in the university, including 3,574 undergraduates and 188 graduates. Over 11% of Acadia's undergraduate students are international from every province and 60 countries. Therefore, it’s one of the best places to study abroad. Acadia University also boasts vital athletic programs, holding more conferences and national championships than any other university. It is home to 11 varsity teams, 15 athletic clubs, and 70 clubs and organizations. On-campus accommodations offer five different types of rooms for students to choose from as per their requirements and budget. Some notable alumni are David H. Levy, Robert Irving, Peter Mackay, Paul Masotti, and Donald Olive.
Webometrics ranked Acadia 46th among the universities in Canada 2nd in the Maclean’s Magazine for overall best primarily undergraduate university category
On-campus and Off-campus accommodation available
C$54,339/ per year
|Avg Cost of Tuition/year||$17,363 per academic year|
|Cost of Living/year||CAD $60,000|
|Application Fees||CAD 40|