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WHY GUELPH UNIVERSITY?

Located in Guelph, Ontario, the University of Guelph was established in 1964 and is considered one of Canada’s top universities.

Its three founding members – Macdonald Institute, the Ontario Agricultural College and the Ontario Veterinary College – are older than the University itself.

Established in Toronto in 1862, the Ontario Veterinary College is the oldest veterinary school in Canada.

With more than 20,000 undergraduate and 2,100 graduate students, the University is consistently ranked highly for providing a comprehensive education that combines traditional academia with experiential learning and co-operative education outside the classroom.

Research opportunities allow students to learn and work with faculty who are experts in their field.

The University of Guelph’s main campus is located in the South-Western Ontario city of Guelph.

The city and the University are noted as great places to live and to learn.

Friendly, supportive and safe learning environment.

Welcomes international students from more than 100 countries.

The University is one hour from Toronto – Canada’s largest city and airline hub – and less than 2 hours from the Niagara Falls – US border.

The University of Guelph offers over 90 majors in 13 degree programs and 63 Open Learning/Distance Education Opportunities.

The overall average for all students entering Guelph is 82%. Guelph students also have the highest graduation rate among Canadian comprehensive universities (at 89%), 5.8% higher than the national average.

The University of Guelph, along with University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University is a member of the Tri-University History group, which combines the history departments of the three universities at the graduate level. Graduate students are registered at one of the three universities according to their supervisor, but can take courses at any of the campuses. This allows the group to have more diverse course offerings more efficiently.

University of Guelph has been stated to be the best comprehensive university of Canada by Macleans magazine in 2006 and 2007.

The school is noted for receiving the most health related research funding than any other Canadian university without a medical school and for having one of the highest proportions of life science expertise per capita than any other university in North America.

This has ultimately led to the current focus of the University in the areas of health, food, environment and community.

In addition to the main campus, the University has three Regional Campuses: Alfred, Kemptville, and Ridgetown and a state-of-art facility in Toronto – the University of Guelph-Humber, offering specialized programs that integrated the University and college experience.

They offer distinctive educational programs that combine theory with practical training, preparing graduates for a broad range of careers in the agriculture, food, environment, and equine industries.

The Ontario Agricultural College has a network of campuses and research stations throughout Ontario, which were formerly operated by the Ministry of Agriculture, Food, and Rural Affairs.

Courses are offered in English in Guelph, Kemptville and Ridgetown, and in French at Campus d’Alfred.

Campus d’Alfred is located in the eastern Ontario, in the town of Alfred, Ontario close to Canada’s capital city, Ottawa.

It offers diploma and certificate programs which are all taught in French.

The Kemptville Campus of Ontario Agriculture College is located in Kemptville, Ontario. It has been serving the residents of Eastern Ontario since 1917. The campus and research station is located on over 800 acres (320 ha) and features 21st century facilities.

Entrance Scholarships

Entrance scholarships are monetary awards given to students that demonstrate one or more of the following: academic excellence; leadership abilities; extra-curricular involvement and research proposals.
Internationalism is a big part of our Guelph community and we have an entrance scholarship program to support international students who have demonstrated academic excellence.
A limited number of non-renewable international scholarships ranging in value from $5,500 to $8,500 CDN are available to students that have not attended post-secondary studies and are entering the University of Guelph in September.
Students do not need to apply to be considered as offers will be made on the basis of the students admission file as well as reference letters.

COURSES & TUITION FEES

  • Bachelor of Arts & Bachelor of Science 19,309 CAD
  • Bachelor of Commerce 21,902 CAD
  • Bachelor of Computing 20,436 CAD
  • Bachelor of Engineering 25,018 CAD
  • Bachelor of Landscape Architecture 24,233 CAD
  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine 56,747 CAD

LIVING COST & FEES

  • Books & Supplies 1,241 CAD
  • Residence & Meals 11,152(double room north/south with full meal plan)
  • Health Insurance 612 CAD
  • Personal Costs 2,500 CAD
  • Student Service Fees 1,455 CAD
  • Co-op students 270 CAD per semester

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WHY GUELPH UNIVERSITY?

Located in Guelph, Ontario, the University of Guelph was established in 1964 and is considered one of Canada’s top universities.

Its three founding members – Macdonald Institute, the Ontario Agricultural College and the Ontario Veterinary College – are older than the University itself.

Established in Toronto in 1862, the Ontario Veterinary College is the oldest veterinary school in Canada.

With more than 20,000 undergraduate and 2,100 graduate students, the University is consistently ranked highly for providing a comprehensive education that combines traditional academia with experiential learning and co-operative education outside the classroom.

Research opportunities allow students to learn and work with faculty who are experts in their field.

The University of Guelph’s main campus is located in the South-Western Ontario city of Guelph.

The city and the University are noted as great places to live and to learn.

Friendly, supportive and safe learning environment.

Welcomes international students from more than 100 countries.

The University is one hour from Toronto – Canada’s largest city and airline hub – and less than 2 hours from the Niagara Falls – US border.

The University of Guelph offers over 90 majors in 13 degree programs and 63 Open Learning/Distance Education Opportunities.

The overall average for all students entering Guelph is 82%. Guelph students also have the highest graduation rate among Canadian comprehensive universities (at 89%), 5.8% higher than the national average.

The University of Guelph, along with University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University is a member of the Tri-University History group, which combines the history departments of the three universities at the graduate level. Graduate students are registered at one of the three universities according to their supervisor, but can take courses at any of the campuses. This allows the group to have more diverse course offerings more efficiently.

University of Guelph has been stated to be the best comprehensive university of Canada by Macleans magazine in 2006 and 2007.

The school is noted for receiving the most health related research funding than any other Canadian university without a medical school and for having one of the highest proportions of life science expertise per capita than any other university in North America.

This has ultimately led to the current focus of the University in the areas of health, food, environment and community.

In addition to the main campus, the University has three Regional Campuses: Alfred, Kemptville, and Ridgetown and a state-of-art facility in Toronto – the University of Guelph-Humber, offering specialized programs that integrated the University and college experience.

They offer distinctive educational programs that combine theory with practical training, preparing graduates for a broad range of careers in the agriculture, food, environment, and equine industries.

The Ontario Agricultural College has a network of campuses and research stations throughout Ontario, which were formerly operated by the Ministry of Agriculture, Food, and Rural Affairs.

Courses are offered in English in Guelph, Kemptville and Ridgetown, and in French at Campus d’Alfred.

Campus d’Alfred is located in the eastern Ontario, in the town of Alfred, Ontario close to Canada’s capital city, Ottawa.

It offers diploma and certificate programs which are all taught in French.

The Kemptville Campus of Ontario Agriculture College is located in Kemptville, Ontario. It has been serving the residents of Eastern Ontario since 1917. The campus and research station is located on over 800 acres (320 ha) and features 21st century facilities.

Entrance Scholarships

Entrance scholarships are monetary awards given to students that demonstrate one or more of the following: academic excellence; leadership abilities; extra-curricular involvement and research proposals.
Internationalism is a big part of our Guelph community and we have an entrance scholarship program to support international students who have demonstrated academic excellence.
A limited number of non-renewable international scholarships ranging in value from $5,500 to $8,500 CDN are available to students that have not attended post-secondary studies and are entering the University of Guelph in September.
Students do not need to apply to be considered as offers will be made on the basis of the students admission file as well as reference letters.

COURSES & TUITION FEES

  • Bachelor of Arts & Bachelor of Science 19,309 CAD
  • Bachelor of Commerce 21,902 CAD
  • Bachelor of Computing 20,436 CAD
  • Bachelor of Engineering 25,018 CAD
  • Bachelor of Landscape Architecture 24,233 CAD
  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine 56,747 CAD

LIVING COST & FEES

  • Books & Supplies 1,241 CAD
  • Residence & Meals 11,152(double room north/south with full meal plan)
  • Health Insurance 612 CAD
  • Personal Costs 2,500 CAD
  • Student Service Fees 1,455 CAD
  • Co-op students 270 CAD per semester

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