Algoma University

Looking for a unique Canadian educational experience, with an exceptionally supportive learning environment, lots of individual student attention, and opportunities to excel? Look no further! At Algoma University, no student is just another ‘face in the crowd’.

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Algoma University Campus in Autumn

Surrounded by the natural beauty of northern Ontario, the university has a highly interactive community of just 1,200 students. They come from all around the world, and bring with them a wide variety of diverse backgrounds and cultures. This small community quickly connects people, and good friendships quickly blossom.

With “inclusion” being one of its key values, the university’s website attests; “At Algoma U, every student will find a place to belong”. Now, whether that “place” be found as a student of computer science, business, economics, community development, information technology or other… well, that’s what’s left to be decided!

*Algoma got top marks in the 2011 National Student Survey on Engagement (NSSE), which surveys things like student engagement and the accessibility of instructors outside the classroom.

Algoma is also a great option for students looking to work and learn at the same time – as many students choose to take part in the variety of work experience opportunities on offer, including co-op education and on-campus paid positions. No wonder that, according to Ontario government statistics, almost all Algoma graduates find employment within six months of graduating – with all students (100%) being employed within the following two years.

Extraordinary Fun

  • Take a boat tour of the Sault locks and Lake Superior
  • Ride the rails with the popular Agawa Canyon Tour Train
  • Once winter hits, try your hand at a range of fun snowy sports – including skiing, snowboarding, or snowmobiling. All located right in Algoma’s backyard!
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Quick Facts

  • Location: Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
  • City Population: 80,000
  • Student Body Population: 1,200
  • International Student Scholarships: Range from $500 to $2,500.
  • Co-op: Yes

Academic Departments

  • Biology
  • Business & Economics
  • Community, Economic and Social Development
  • Computer Science and Mathematics
  • English, Fine Arts and Music
  • Geography and Geology
  • History and Philosophy
  • Psychology
  • Sociology
 

For more information, visit the University of Algoma website