Dalhousie University is widely regarded as one of Canada's top universities in terms of academic quality and teaching. It is located in Halifax, Nova Scotia, which is deemed one of the world's friendliest cities. The University maintains four campuses, including the Sexton campus, the Carleton campus, the Studley campus, and the Agricultural campus. Students can pursue about 147 undergraduate degrees & diplomas, 84 graduate degrees, and seven professional degrees. Approximately 400 clubs and societies support students and their interests. Basic university facilities include the Langille Athletic Center, Dalhousie Physiotherapy Clinic, Sexton Gym, Wickwire Field, Studley studio and gym, Fieldhouse, Squash Courts, and Racquetball Courts. A few study abroad scholarships are available for international students. Students have access to eight residence halls and apartments on the Halifax campus, while four accommodations are available at the Truro campus. Moreover, a total of 2,600 students are accommodated on campus. University alumni include Richard Bedford Bennett, Joe Clark, Arthur B. McDonald, and Charles Peter McColough.
#12 in Best Global Universities in Canada by US News & World Report 2022 #317 in Best Global Universities by US News & World Report 2022 #272 QS World University Rankings 2022
On-campus and Off-campus accommodation available
CA$55,000 to CA$100,000/-
|Avg Cost of Tuition/year||9,901 USD to 34,308 USD per academic year|
|Cost of Living/year||CAD $10,328|
|Application Fees||CAD 70|