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Acadia University (Canada)

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“You are taught not to learn but taught to write an exam at the end of the year. At the end of the degree many students leave not really knowing a whol...”
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40% of students would choose to return to Acadia, whereas 60% would not. Click to find out why.

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choose Acadia is to choose a university with a proud past and one that rewards students with a promising future. Since 1838, when the entire community of Wolfville joined together to build a school based on educational equality, Acadia has stayed true to its founding principals: hard work, strong character and the importance of community.

Today, students come from over 75 countries around the world to experience a quality of education that continues to be recognized, nationally and internationally, for its excellence and innovation.

In 1996 Acadia became the first university in Canada to provide all of its students with equal access to knowledge. Every student is provided with laptop computers for the duration of their studies, through the Acadia Advantage program.


Students also benefit from a faculty passionate about providing an engaging and inspiring learning environment. A faculty who understands that education doesn’t come exclusively from a book. It comes from challenging accepted beliefs and debating issues in an open and encouraging environment. With an average class size of just 26 students, Acadia provides the personalized learning atmosphere needed for students to excel.

Our school spirit along with a caring faculty, challenging curriculum and small classes all add up to an exceptional university experience. One that has garnered Acadia an excellent reputation. Acadia is the first university to be ranked number one in all four categories (Best Overall, Highest Quality, Most Innovative and Leaders of Tomorrow) in Macleans’ annual survey of primarily undergraduate schools in Canada.

We invite you to experience Acadia and discover the potential within yourself.

Acadia Average Job Salaries

$50,000Starting Salary
$75,00010 Year Salary
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Acadia University
15 University Avenue
Wolfville, Nova Scotia B4P 2R6
Tel:(902) 542-2201
Fax:(902) 585-1077
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