Emily Carr University of Art + Design

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Named after the legendary landscape painter of the Pacific Northwest, Emily Carr University of Art + Design is more than a world-class centre for fine arts education. The university offers undergraduate degrees in art, media and design, as well as graduate degrees and continuing studies programs. Each concentration aims for a healthy mix of in-studio learning and theory. In 2020 and 2021, it was ranked the top university in Canada to study art and design by QS World University Rankings.

Facilities include a motion-capture and visualization lab, digital and cell animation studio, sound mixing studios and a wearables and interactive products studio. ECU is one of the few institutions in Canada with full stereoscopic 3D film and animation equipment. The campus, located in False Creek Flats, is on the Central Valley Greenway, a 24-km pedestrian and cyclist route. Bike lockups, showers and locker facilities are available on campus. It includes a number of gallery spaces where students can curate and exhibit their work, and a 400-seat theatre that hosts film screenings, speaker series, and other events. The annual exhibition by graduating students, The Show, is a campus-wide public exhibition showcasing work from every discipline.

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Temps plein (premier cycle)
1 490

Temps plein (cycles supérieurs)

Temps partiel (premier cycle)

Temps partiel (diplômés)

Source : Emily Carr University of Art + Design (2021 rounded preliminary fall enrolment).



Frais de scolarité, premier cycle :
4 267 $

Frais de scolarité, cycles supérieurs :
15 944 $ - 18 733 $


Frais de scolarité, premier cycle :
17 730 $

Frais de scolarité, cycles supérieurs :
17 944 $ - 20 734 $

Source : Emily Carr University of Art + Design (based on two terms at 15 credits per term). Additional charges are included in the Graduate fees. Fees for general programs in arts (2021-22)

Nota : In addition to tuition fees, universities generally charge fees for goods and services supplied to students. This includes areas such as student associations, sports and health. These additional fees vary widely per university and per student and can run from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand dollars. Check with the university for details.