University of Alberta International
142 Telus International Centre
University of Alberta
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
The University of Alberta is one of the world’s top 100 universities, known for world-class research and innovative discoveries. The University has an annual budget of $1.75 billion and attracts more than $460 million in sponsored research revenue.
With 39,500 students, including 7,000+ international students from 164 countries, UAlberta offers a safe, supportive, and multicultural atmosphere within a vibrant research environment. UAlberta is home to Canada’s National Institute for Nanotechnology and offers top quality undergraduate and graduate programs, including several that are unique in Canada.
Students choose from more than 200+ undergraduate and 500+ graduate programs in the humanities, sciences, creative arts, business, engineering, and health sciences in 18 academic Faculties.
UAlberta is located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada—a modern city and the major hub for Alberta’s thriving oil and gas industries. With strong connections to both local and global businesses, UAlberta offers its students the chance to connect to the world through study and work opportunities to build a successful career after graduation.
Connections with Germany
1) E3 Berlin
UAI’s signature program; unique in nature because it provides 3 experiences in one location—language studies, academic coursework and internship.
2) Helmholtz-Alberta Initiative
HAI is an independent international research partnership that amalgamates the expertise of the Helmholtz Association of German Research Centres (Germany) and the University of Alberta (Canada).
3) Humboldt Foundation Liaison Office of Canada
HFLOC is jointly supported by the University and the Foundation. The goal of HFLOC is to inform Canadian researchers about the opportunities available to them through the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.