MOUNT ALLISON UNIVERSITY

Mount Allison University

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Mount Allison University is a small, primarily undergraduate liberal arts and science institution in Sackville, New Brunswick, on Canada’s East Coast. Half of the first-year student population is from outside the province and international students make up approximately 12 percent of the student body. The university, which is committed to ensuring students receive personalized, one-on-one attention, has 55 Rhodes Scholars – one of the best per capita records among universities in Canada – and also has one of the largest endowments per capita at more than $215 million.

Mount Allison is renowned for providing students with an enriching, diverse, and challenging educational experience. In addition to degrees in arts, commerce, science, fine arts, and music, students can choose from more than 50 programs that match their interests and career goals. Nearly 20 new or revamped opportunities were introduced to the University’s academic calendar in the last year and a half, including a Bachelor of Arts with joint major in geocomputing, a combined degree in economics and computer science, and new major and honours options in visual and material culture studies, biopsychology, and women’s and gender studies.

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INSCRIPTIONS

Temps plein (premier cycle)
2 192

Temps plein (cycles supérieurs)
13

Temps partiel (premier cycle)
152

Temps partiel (diplômés)
2

Source : Association of Atlantic Universities (2020 preliminary fall enrolment)

FRAIS DE SCOLARITÉ

ÉTUDIANTS CANADIENS

Frais de scolarité, premier cycle :
9 165 $

Frais de scolarité, cycles supérieurs :
5 010 $

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

Frais de scolarité, premier cycle :
18 490 $

Frais de scolarité, cycles supérieurs :
5 010 $

Source : Statistics Canada. Fees for undergraduate programs are in arts and humanities. Fees for graduate programs are in physical and life sciences. (2020-21) mta.ca/fees

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.


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