Study in Canada with Bishops University
Established in 1843, Bishop’s University is a public university located in Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada. It is one of three universities in the province of Quebec that teach primarily in English, McGill University and Concordia University being the other two. The university has fifteen Rhodes Scholars associated with it.
The university comprises of various academic divisions: School of Business; Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics; School of Education; Division of Humanities; and Division of Social Sciences. Some of the prominent programs at the Bishop’s University are in Liberal Arts, Neuroscience and Arts Administration. About 25 per cent of students are native French speakers; while all classes are taught in English, students can write exams and assignments in French.
The total student population at the university is more than 2,700 students of which over 2,600 are enrolled in the undergraduate programs. Most of the classes at the Bishop’s University have less than 30 students.
Cheekily known as “Oxford-on-the-Massawippi,” Bishop’s campus has several Victorian-era red-brick buildings surrounded by groves of pine trees, sequestered from the rumbling road into town.
Notable Alumni: Douglas Abbott (Former Minister of National Defence and Minister of Finance, Former Justice of Supreme Court of Canada), Ralph Gustafson (Poet), Damian Pettigrew (Film Director)
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Bishops University Programs
Bishops University Application Requirements
Bishops University Cost of studies
Bachelors: CAD $22,820
Masters: CAD $19005
Fees may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific fees.
Bishops University Deadlines
Bachelors: January Intake- 1st October; September Intake- 1st April
Masters: Rolling admissions
Deadlines may vary for each program, please visit the program page for specific deadlines.