Welcome to Edmonton, where you have plenty of educational opportunities. We have 6 publicly funded and accredited institutions: University of Alberta, NAIT, MacEwan University, Concordia University of Edmonton, NorQuest College and The King’s University. Explore the different learning opportunities offered at each school to find the right fit for you.

Our Institutions

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Concordia University of Edmonton

Concordia University of Edmonton has a diverse range of undergraduate and graduate programs. It provides a personal learning experience with an average class size of 30 students. It has played an important role in Alberta’s educational history since 1921.


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The King’s University

The King’s University offers a range of fully accredited bachelor degrees. This Christian university is dedicated to providing education that inspires and equips learners in a friendly and welcoming environment.


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MacEwan University

MacEwan University offers more than 65 programs in a collaborative and supportive learning environment. It offers a range of certificate, diploma and degree programs and is located downtown.


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The Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT) is a leading Canadian polytechnic, delivering education in science, technology and the environment; business; health, and trades. Known for hands-on, technology-based learning, NAIT offers academic upgrading, English language training, as well as certificate, diploma and degree programs.


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NorQuest College

NorQuest College offers learning in a supportive and inclusive environment. It offers certificates, diplomas and English language training as part of its academic upgrading. About 60% of its students are born outside of Canada.


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University of Alberta

The University of Alberta is a top 5 Canadian university and one of the top 100 in the world. It has more than 500 graduate programs, 200 undergraduate programs and 450 active student groups.


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Don't Forget Your Student Visa

It’s important to remember you may need to apply for a student visa if you’d like to study in Canada.