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Founded as St. Mary’s College in 1986, the establishment got recognition as St. Mary’s University in the year of 2004. The university has been affiliated by several Christian-Catholic associations and was accredited by the Alberta Ministry of Advanced Education. StMU is ranked #90 nationally.
|Location||Calgary, Alberta, Canada|
|Official Website||St. Mary’s University Website|
|Total No. of Academic Programs||BA= 9|
|Cost of Attendance||$15,450 – $20,340|
|English Language Proficiency||B2 Level|
|Intake Type||Fall and Winter terms|
|Mode of Program||Full-time|
|Admission Helpdesk||Phone: (403) 531-9130|
Fax: (403) 531-9136
|International students percentage||Not specified|
|Faculty to Student Ratio||1:25|
|English language test||Minimum score|
|Canadian Language Benchmarks(CLB)||Level 8|
Various expenses such as accommodation, books and supplies, and others, apart from the tuition fee make up the cost of attendance for international students.
|Type of expense||Cost (CAD)|
|Annual Tuition fees||14,730 (BSc./BA)|
|Cost of living (off-campus)||1000 - 1500|
St. Mary’s University provides several scholarships for students with excellent academic performance. President’s Circle Scholarship- Awarded to the new student, who secure 80% or more in the best Grade11 or 12 admission subjects. The value of the scholarship is $500 - $1900, depending on the percentage marks. For details of other scholarships visit the website.
|Average Cost of Attendance||$11,385 / Year|
The table shows average yearly cost of attendance for international students. Amount may vary with the course opted, nature of accommodation, and personal spending habits of a candidate. Check Program wise Fees
|Undergraduate Programs||$11,385 / Year|
based on 2 students ratings
Their early acceptance medical school program and their biology program. I also really liked the small size of the school and I liked the way the campus looked. The location of the school was another major factor for me.
I believe that the biology major course curriculum is a lot and the professors have extremely high expectations of us. Sometimes I stay up all night and work on homework and study for exams and it leaves little to no time for personal things.
I chose to go here for a change of scenery, I had heard good things about their education program as well so I wanted to go. I also like going to a smaller school because I find it easier to pay attention, meet friends and talk to the profs.
I think that it is good. I like the amount of time we get to spend doing our practicum. I also really like the classes that focus on lesson planning and learning about the curriculum. Sometimes I find the theory classes to be a bit boring.
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