Mount Saint Vincent University [Nova Scotia]

Key majors offered
Graduate
Applied Human Nutrition
Child And Youth Studies
Education
Undergraduate
Business Administration
Education
Public Relations
Tourism And Hospitality Management
Housing Location Type Offers Scholarships Student Population Offers CLA
Available for Undergraduate and Graduate Urban Yes 4200 (Total) Yes
Degrees Offered Public/Private Student Body Student Population
Career/Undergraduate Certificate, Diploma, Bachelor, Master Public Co-educational 700 (International)

Yearly Costs / ELS Level

Living Expenses
Degree Tuition Fees Housing ** Meals OtherExpenses I 20/Visa ELS
Career/Undergraduate Certificate $$ 112
Diploma 112
Bachelor 112
Master $$ 112
**
Housing cost may include meals and other expenses to equal Living Expenses
 

Location

Mount Saint Vincent University (the Mount) is committed to providing you the best university experience. We seek to develop thoughtful, engaged global citizens who make a positive impact. The university is located just ten minutes from downtown Halifax, and is recognized for its small class sizes and personalized approach to learning. Join a diverse mix of more than 4,000 students from across Canada and over 60 countries to take advantage of all the Mount has to offer. We are renowned for our wide range of programs and areas of study within arts, sciences, education and professional studies. Other professional programs offered include: Applied Human Nutrition, Business Administration, Tourism and Hospitality Management, Child and Youth Studies, and Public Relations. With three of these programs offering Co-operative Education, you can gain the experience you need to be ready for the workforce. The university has more than doubled the number of undergraduate students holding research assistantships over the last three years, while graduate research assistantships have also increased. These unique opportunities can be life changing for you, opening up professional possibilities and new aspirations. You can become involved in a number of different groups and societies, many of which reinforce the Mount's commitment to social justice and address a wide range of interests and topics including: academic, international, political, environmental, social, community service and recreational.

Housing


Assisi Hall: a 12 story co-ed building that houses 142 students. 24-hr security desk. Traditional room size with kichenettes/lounges. Wifi. Westwood: Apartment style, co-ed residence; 158 beds. Mix of apartment style and single rooms for 2nd year students and up. Wifi. The Birches: 5 townhouses each with 20 single rooms. Lounge, TV and shared kitchen. Wifi access

Student life

The Mount has an active and engaging campus life. Students are involved in a number of different groups and societies, many of which reinforce the Mount's commitment to social justice and address a wide range of interests and topics including: academic, international, political, environmental, social, community service and recreational. Home to some of the best athletes and teams in the region and country, athletics and recreation play a big role in campus life at the Mount.