Explore Universities

Browse thousands of universities profiles for free in CanApply.

Suggest Us

If you can't find your program or college please tell us.

Filters Clear filters

University of New Brunswick
New Brunswick Fredericton

The University of New Brunswick knows that its students want more than a traditional university degree. They want an education that prepares them for a global future – a future that demands critical...

Programs 0 Programs
Students 11000
Language En, fr
Type Public

University of New Brunswick
New Brunswick Fredericton

The University of New Brunswick knows that its students want more than a traditional university degree. They want an education that prepares them for a global future – a future that demands critical...

Programs 51 Programs
Students 11000
Language En, fr
Type Public

University of Lethbridge
Alberta Lethbridge

Founded in 1967 as a liberal arts institution, the University of Lethbridge has evolved into a comprehensive university with a broad range of programs. More than 500 Faculty members educate nearly 8,5...

Programs 73 Programs
Students 8500
Language En, fr
Type Public

University of Lethbridge
Alberta Lethbridge

Founded in 1967 as a liberal arts institution, the University of Lethbridge has evolved into a comprehensive university with a broad range of programs. More than 500 Faculty members educate nearly 8,5...

Programs 0 Programs
Students 8500
Language En, fr
Type Public

FAQs

Frequently asked questions

Scholarships are usually awarded at the doctoral level, and you must submit a strong resume including a high-quality language degree, articles published in international scientific journals, and a high GPA. Studying in Canada is not always free and you usually have to pay tuition to study at a Canadian university unless you have received a scholarship.

Scholarships are usually awarded at the doctoral level, and you must submit a strong resume including a high-quality language degree, articles published in international scientific journals, and a high GPA. Studying in Canada is not always free and you usually have to pay tuition to study at a Canadian university unless you have received a scholarship.

Scholarships are usually awarded at the doctoral level, and you must submit a strong resume including a high-quality language degree, articles published in international scientific journals, and a high GPA. Studying in Canada is not always free and you usually have to pay tuition to study at a Canadian university unless you have received a scholarship.

Scholarships are usually awarded at the doctoral level, and you must submit a strong resume including a high-quality language degree, articles published in international scientific journals, and a high GPA. Studying in Canada is not always free and you usually have to pay tuition to study at a Canadian university unless you have received a scholarship.

Subscribe Newsletter

We will update good news and promotion service not spam