Carleton University is a leading public research university located in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Founded in 1942 as Carleton College, it was originally intended to serve returning veterans of World War II. A total of 64 majors and 19 minors are available to undergraduate students at Carleton University. 69 graduate programs and 6 certificate courses are offered by the university. In addition, 7 post-baccalaureate diploma programs are also available for undergraduate students.
The university offers admissions for the Fall, Winter, and Summer semesters. Currently, over 2,400 international students representing over 40 countries attend the university. A Canada-Indian center has been established at the university to promote excellence in science, technology, trade, and policy. The university accepts approximately 21 students out of every 100 applications, indicating a strict admissions policy. Some of the university's most famous alumni include Dan Aykroyd (comedian, television producer, film producer), Robert MacNeil (journalist, newsreader, author), Christina A Gold (businesswoman), and Eric C. R. Hehner (computer scientist). Apply for available scholarships to study abroad for free.
|Student to teacher ratio||11:1|
|Living cost||CAD 27,281|
|Accommodation||On-campus and off-campus|
|Average package||CAD 60,000|
|Tuition fee per year||CAD 55,000 - CAD 68,000|
For more relevant information about the university, visit https://carleton.ca/ or connect with an overseas education consultant.
Global ranking – 601-650 Country ranking - 20
On-campus and off-campus
|Avg Cost of Tuition/year||CAD 55,000 - CAD 68,000|
|Cost of Living/year||CAD 27,281|
|Application Fees||CAD 100|