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  • Halifax Truro | Nova Scotia | Canada

    International Student Viewbook

    dalhousie university

    2016

  • BE MORE than a STUDENTSince its founding in 1818, the Canadian spirit of community, education and equality has been at the heart of Dalhousies history. Today, our campus and communities in Nova Scotia still reflect these ideals.

    As we enter our third century, our bright future continues to echo our proud history. We educate more students and conduct more research than any other university in Atlantic Canada. Our ivy-covered walls stand strong next to modern buildings. And our Halifax and Truro campuses produce some of the worlds most thoughtful and brightest minds.

    Join a university where your ambition is fuelled by safe and welcoming communities, an inspiring academic experience and a balanced lifestyle. Shape your university experience just as much as it shapes you. And after you graduate, continue to be part of a community thats changing the world.

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    16% internationalstudents

    89RHODES SCHOLARS90 exchange and study abroad opportunities in more than 43 countries

    $135MILLIONIN FUNDED RESEARCH

    EACH YEAR

    $40 MILLIONand funding for student jobs available to all students

    year in scholarships, bursaries invested each

    east coast campus locations: halifax and truro 125,000

    MORE THAN

    ALUMNI

    90 MASTERS DEGREES 40+ PHD PROGRAMS

    58% students from outsideNOVA SCOTIA

    18,500students

    180OVER

    PROGRAMS

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  • where your AMBITION GROWSOn the east coast of Canada youll always feel connected to the world: from the neighbourhood you live in, to the friends you make, to the network you create.

    Dalhousie is at the heart of Nova Scotias economy and culture almost half of our province lives right here in Halifax. And were famous for our warm welcomes, so itll be easy to build relationships in your classes and outside them.

    Nova Scotia is cultured and cozy, safe and sophisticated. Here you can explore and create, learn and live in a place that reflects your greatest ambitions. Whether youre on our main Halifax campus, or our agricultural campus in Truro, youll find the life youve imagined at Dalhousie.

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  • EXPLORE HALIFAX

    Its right at your doorstep. Discover our thriving music and theatre scenes, stroll the beaches, or explore farmers markets or food trucks. Halifax is a small city that feels big.

    TAKE IN TRURO

    With nearly 110 years of history behind them, students on Dalhousies agricultural campus in Truro are combining the worlds oldest traditions with ground-breaking science. Join a small community thats changing the world.

    OCEAN AROUND EVERY TURN

    Find beaches and boat clubs right down the street or a quick drive away. Grab a longboard and paddle out for your first surf. Learn how to sail at the local club. Or sign up for scuba classes. Dive into the Atlantic and gain a whole new perspective.

    NOVA SCOTIA BOUND

    Spend weekends and weeknights digging into your new province. Its all so close, you can hike Cape Blomidon one weekend and cycle the Cabot Trail the next. Find your favourite places in your downtime.

    NOVA SCOTIA

    NEW YORK

    TORONTO

    BOSTON

    ALMOST COMPLETELY SURROUNDED BY OCEAN WATERS, OUR WEATHER IS MODERATED AND INFLUENCED BY THE SEA.

    Toronto New York London Vancouver Dubai Hong KongHalifax to... 2 hours 2 hours 6 hours 6 hours 16 hours 17 hours

    SPRING 1 C 17 C

    SUMMER 14 C 28 C

    AUTUMN 5 C 20 C

    WINTER -9 C 0 C

    HALIFAX

    TRUROCANADA

    USA

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  • YOUR CL ASSES

    We have enough programs, classes, majors and minors to ensure that youll find what inspires you. From engineering, science, commerce and community design to aquaculture, kinesiology, sociology, bioveterinary science and classics, we cover the entire range of academic possibility. Whether youre into studying the past or contemplating the future, Dalhousie will help you build a program thats all your own. For more information visit dal.ca/academics.

    YOUR EXPERIENCE

    Dalhousie takes hands-on learning to a whole new level. Enrol in a co-op program or apply for an exchange opportunity. Work with a professor as a lab assistant or start your own small business. Theres a great, big world out there so grab your ambition and go for it.

    University designed for WHO YOU AREOUR SUPPORT

    Whether you need someone to collaborate with on a project or youre looking for a physics tutor, Dalhousie is a supportive, warm community. If you need help with health insurance, academic advice, questions around study permits or anything in between, weve got on-campus support built in for our international students.

    ON-SITE INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SUPPORT:

    International Centre International Student Orientation Student Health Services Writing Centre Multifaith Centre Black Student Advising Centre Accessibility Services Studying for Success Office Academic Advising Math and Chemistry Resource Centres

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  • and what you WANT TO BE

    512 FACULTIES4,000COURSES LIBRARIES

    STUDENTS TAKE PART IN CO-OP PROGRAMS1,000+

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  • dont just write TESTSSince we were founded in 1818, exploration has come naturally to Dalhousie. Were a research-intensive university, one of the distinguished U15 in Canada, and our students can get involved in projects from day one. Our accessible, friendly professors, teaching assistants and academic advisors will support you, push you and motivate you to try new things and challenge yourself.

    This is more than an academic community. From the tree of life to entrepreneurship, or the depths of the ocean to art in public spaces, the minds at Dalhousie are pushing the boundaries of science and society every day. And here, youll be in the centre of it all.

    One of Canadas lowest student-to-professor ratios

    50 Canada Research Chairs

    World leader in ocean research and education

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  • test YOURSELF

    FUNDAMENTAL CHANGE

    Dalhousie is home to humanitarian Romeo Dallaires Child Soldiers Initiative, which is committed to ending the use of children in armed conflict.

    EYES ON THE WORLD

    Suzanne Craig is Canadas only science team member on NASAs PACE misson where shes examining the effects of global climate change through observing colour variations in the ocean.

    PIONEERING RESEARCH

    Help 3M teaching award winner and Canada Research Chair Dr. Jeff Dahn develop new materials for lithium-ion batteries as part of Canadas first university-research partnership with Tesla motors.

    BEST PERFORMANCE

    Roberta Barker, a theatre historian, is one of the first members of the Royal Society of Canadas College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists.

    GET UP AND GO

    Mary Kilfoil, through the Starting Lean Program, engages entrepreneurial students in innovative classroom startups.

    RESILIENT RESEARCH

    Michael Ungar, a family therapist and professor of social work, brings together expert knowledge from around the world to address youth mental health issues.

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  • MAJORS and MINORS

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    FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE* (PROGRAMS AVAILABLE ON THE AGRICULTURAL CAMPUS ONLY)

    Bachelor of Agriculture(WITH CAH VILENTUM IN THE

    NETHERLANDS)

    International Food Business

    Bachelor of Science Bioveterinary Science**

    Bachelor of Science (Agriculture) Agricultural Business Agricultural Economics Animal Science Aquaculture Environmental Sciences Integrated Environmental Management Plant Science

    Bachelor of Technology Landscape Architecture

    Diploma in Engineering (AVAILABLE IN HALIFAX AND ON THE

    AGRICULTURAL CAMPUS)

    Pre-Veterinary Medicine Technology Diplomas Veterinary, Managed Landscapes, Plant Science, Business Management

    FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE AND PLANNINGBachelor of Community Design Environmental Planning Environment, Sustainability and Society Urban Design Studies

    FACULTY OF ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCESBachelor of Arts Canadian Studies Classics Contemporary Studies Creative Writing Early Modern Studies English Environment, Sustainability and Society European Studies French Gender and Womens Studies German History History of Science and Technology International Development Studies Music Philosophy Political Science Religious Studies Russian Studies Sociology and Social Anthropology Spanish and Latin American Studies Theatre Acting, Costume Studies, Scenography, Theatre Studies

    Bachelor of Music

    FACULTY OF COMPUTER SCIENCE Bachelor of Computer Science (CO-OP OPTION)

    Artificial Intelligence and Intelligent Systems Communication Technologies and Cyber Securuity Data Science Environment, Sustainability and Society Graphics, Gaming and Media

    Bachelor of Informatics (CO-OP PROGRAM)

    Environment, Sustainability and Society Software Systems

    FACULTY OF ENGINEERING Diploma in Engineering (AVAILABLE IN HALIFAX AND ON THE

    AGRICULTURAL CAMPUS)

    Bachelor of Engineering (CO-OP OPTION)

    Chemical Civil Electrical Environmental Industrial Materials Mechanical Mineral Resource

    Bachelor of Engineering concurrent with Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts

  • ADDITIONAL AREAS OF STUDYThese programs require one or more years of university study.

    For a complete list of majors, minors and possible degree combinations, visit dal.ca/programs.

    Architecture (CO-OP PROGRAM) Audiology Business Administration Dental Hygiene Dentistry Environmental Landscape Environmental Design Studies

    DAL.CA/PROGRAMS

    FACULTY OF HEALTH PROFESSIONSBachelor of Science (Health Promotion)Bachelor of