Study in Canada with Dalhousie University
Established in 1818, the Dalhousie University is a public research university which is located in Nova Scotia, Canada. Dalhousie University has campuses in Halifax, a fourth in Bible Hill, and medical teaching facilities in Saint John, New Brunswick. One Nobel Prize winner and 90 Rhodes Scholars are associated with the university.
The university comprises of various faculties: Faculty of Agriculture; Faculty of Architecture and Planning; Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences; College of Continuing Studies; Faculty of Computer Science; Faculty of Dentistry; Faculty of Engineering; Faculty of Graduate Studies; Faculty of Health; Faculty of Law; Faculty of Management; Faculty of Medicine; and Faculty of Science. The university offers 4,000 courses in over 180 degree programs.
The total student population at the Dalhousie University is more than 15,000 students of which over 11,500 are enrolled in the undergraduate programs. The student to faculty ratio at the university is 15:1.
Dalhousie is a centre for marine research, and is host to the headquarters of the Ocean Tracking Network. The Faculty of Engineering operates the Ocean Research Centre Atlantic, which is dedicated to research and tests in naval and off-shore engineering. Schulich School of Law also operates the Marine & Environmental Law Institute, which carries out research and conducts consultancy activities for governmental and non-governmental organizations. Dalhousie University is a member of the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada, as well as the U15, a group of Canadian research-intensive universities.
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