University of Alberta


About University of Alberta

University was established in 1908 which is a public research university located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The University of Alberta includes five campuses they are North Campus, South Campus, Campus Saint-Jean, Augustana Campus, and Enterprise Square. Out of which North Campus is the main campus which is spread across 200 acres of land which includes more than 150 buildings and was built by Barton Myers in 1969. The university has various faculties like Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sciences, Alberta School of Business, Faculty of Arts, Augustana Campus, Campus Saint-Jean, faculty of Science, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Extension, Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry, Faculty of Native Studies, Faculty of Nursing, Faculty of Law and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport, and Recreation, Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine, School of Public Health, Faculty of Pharmacy, etc.

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