Office of the Registrar|
University of Alberta
201 Administration Building
Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2M7
Tel: (780) 492-3113
Fax: (780) 492-7172
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The University of Alberta (U of A) (1908) is a research-intensive, innovative institution located in Edmonton, Alberta that attracts the best and brightest minds from around the world. You can choose from more than 200 undergraduate specializations and 170 graduate programs in 18 Faculties that are among the best in Canada. The U of A serves more than 38,000 students and is recognized internationally for its excellence in education and research. Students enjoy an exceptional quality of life on a friendly campus in the midst of a city that values students, and the energy and spirit that they bring to the community.
The U of A is a leader in innovation among universities in Canada offering excellence in research, teaching, academics, and state of the art facilities. Canada's National Institute for Nanotechnology is located on the U of A's main campus and is one of the world's leading facilities for nanotech research.
Our professors are known internationally for their research achievements, and have won more 3M Teaching Awards (Canada's highest honour for teaching) and hold more Ph.D.s than any other university in Canada.
Our campus spans over 50 city blocks with more than 100 buildings and is still growing. U of A campus is home to Western Canada's largest teaching hospital, the new Engineering Teaching and Learning complex, the second largest library in Canada and over 400 distinct research laboratories.
|Physical and Life Sciences and Technologies||20%|
|Social and Behavioural Sciences and Law||17%|
|Humanities and Languages||13%|
|Business, Management and Public Administration||11%|
|Architecture, Engineering, and Related Technologies||8%|
|Visual and Performing Arts, and Communications Technologies||8%|
|Agriculture, Natural Resources and Conservation||7%|
|Mathematics, Computer and Information Sciences||6%|
|Health, Parks, Recreation and Fitness||4%|
Updated Monday, February 25, 2013