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  • The following are the public Post Secondary Institutions in Alberta. Click on one to check out the school’s information, history and programs!
  • NAIT

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    Since its establishment in 1960, NAIT has built a reputation for providing outstanding applied education with a human touch. NAIT’s technical training...

  • Alberta College of Art and Design

    The Alberta College of Art + Design (ACAD) is one of only four degree-granting, publicly-funded Art + Design colleges in Canada. Founded in 1926, ACAD...

  • Athabasca University

    Athabasca University, Canada’s Open University, is dedicated to the removal of barriers that restrict access to and success in university-level study...

  • Bow Valley College

    Originally named the Alberta Vocational Centre, Bow Valley College first began offering classes in 1965. Now Calgary’s only comprehensive community co...

  • Grande Prairie Regional College

    Started in 1966 under the name Grande Prairie Junior College, Grande Prairie Regional College offers a wide variety of programs including university s...

  • Grant MacEwan University

    Named after Dr. J.W. Grant MacEwan, former lieutenant governor of Alberta, MacEwan was established in 1971 as a community college. In 2009 the school...

  • Keyano College

    The school opened under the name Keyano College in 1975. Since then, the college has expanded to include a family housing complex, student residence,...

  • Lakeland College

    When Lakeland College opened in 1913, there were only 34 students enrolled. Today they have two campuses and over 8,000 full- and part-time students....

  • Lethbridge College

    Established in 1957, Lethbridge College offers programs that lead to further education or to career employment through it’s apprenticeship, certificat...

  • Medicine Hat College

    Medicine Hat College (MHC) has been serving students in southeastern Alberta and beyond since 1965. Situated in Canada’s sunniest city, MHC’s main cam...

  • Mount Royal University

    When Mount Royal first opened its doors nearly 100 years ago, in 1911, it welcomed 179 students. Today, almost12, 000 students take a variety of progr...

  • NorQuest College

    Since 1965, NorQuest has been committed to providing students with the opportunity to succeed in a variety of post-secondary diploma and certificate c...

  • Northern Lakes College

    Northern Lakes College’s history goes back to 1971 when Education Technicians were trained at Alberta Vocational Centre in Grouard. Education Technici...

  • Olds College

    Olds College awards certificates, diplomas, applied degrees, and baccalaureate degrees designed to meet the needs of both learners and the communities...

  • Portage College

    Portage College’s primary service area is northeast Alberta with its main campus in Lac La Biche and with community campuses throughout its service re...

  • Red Deer College

    Established in 1964, Red Deer College is a public comprehensive college of approximately 7000 students. RDC was built for a smaller semi-rural communi...

  • SAIT

    SAIT Polytechnic has a rich history beginning with its creation as the Provincial Institute of Technology and Art (PITA) in 1916. This was the first p...

  • University of Alberta

    The University of Alberta is a non-denominational university which offers undergraduate and graduate programs. It started operation in 1908, and award...

  • University of Calgary

    Initially, the university was the Calgary Branch of the University of Alberta. In the first half of the 20th century, the University of Calgary separa...

  • University of Lethbridge

    Founded in 1957 as Lethbridge Junior College, the University of Lethbridge became Alberta’s third autonomous university in 1967. The institution provi...

  • Ambrose University College

    Ambrose University College was founded in 1921 as a Christian institution to equip men and women for service in society and in the church. The univers...

  • Canadian University College

    CUC is a Christian university established in 1947 offering over 35 major or track choices in bachelor degree programs in Arts, Music, Science and Educ...

  • Concordia University College of Alberta

    Concordia College was founded by the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod to prepare young men for preaching and teaching ministries in 1921, and began offe...

  • The King's University College

    Established in 1979, King’s is a Christian Undergraduate University. They offer three and four-year Bachelor degrees in the arts, humanities, social s...

  • St. Mary's University College

    St. Mary's University College is a Catholic post-secondary liberal arts and sciences teaching and research institution. St. Mary’s is a member of the...