Algoma University is a public university in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario in Canada. It was founded in 1965 as an affiliated college of Laurentian University, Algoma was granted independent university status in 2009. The main campus of Algoma is equipped with modern infrastructures such as the Essar Convergence Centre, the Wishart Library, a holistic athletic campus, three residential halls, and likewise. Algoma University extends some of the best courses to study abroad, including 40 undergraduate degrees and nine certificate courses in diverse fields such as sciences, business, liberal arts, etc. The university’s total enrollment is 3000 students, out of whom 27 percent are international students. The research and innovation aspect of Algoma University is phenomenal as it focuses on industry-oriented learning. The university has 25 active student clubs and multiple varsity sports teams. Algoma University has a vast network of notable alumni, including Olympian Ryan Harnden, Kevin Hodson, and Michael Cachagee.
#71 in Canada by EduRank #3455 in the world by Unirank
On-campus and off-campus residence
|Avg Cost of Tuition/year||9464 CAD/year|
|Cost of Living/year||CAD $8070|
|Application Fees||CAD 125|