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The King’s University Celebrates 40 Years

The King’s University Celebrates 40 Years

Established as the King’s College in 1979 and evolving to The King’s University in 2015, this post-secondary institution may be one of Edmonton’s best kept secrets, desp
How a European adventure led an Alberta student to find his calling

How a European adventure led an Alberta student to find his calling

Shaun Henderson looked like an average kid in Alberta when he graduated high school. He was 18, played too many video games and wanted a break from school.
Making sense of Alberta’s post-secondary options

Making sense of Alberta’s post-secondary options

How do you pick the right post-secondary to attend in Alberta? This is a question that’s not always clear, as more institutions are taking university as a title.
Ambrose University, higher education with a higher purpose

Ambrose University, higher education with a higher purpose

Inspired by faith, achieved through academic excellence. Your degree from Ambrose University goes beyond textbook learning by integrating faith into all aspects of the University experience.
Back to School for LGBTQ Students: The Landscape Today

Back to School for LGBTQ Students: The Landscape Today

Is there a place where you feel like you just don’t fit in? Where people whisper behind your back and perhaps even shove you or trip you as you walk by? Or worse, you are personally targeted by politicians – some with the aim to help you,
Adaptation: Alberta’s Post-Secondary Schools Focus on More than Academics to Help Today’s Students Succeed

Adaptation: Alberta’s Post-Secondary Schools Focus on More than Academics to Help Today’s Students Succeed

In 2018, The University of Alberta (U of A) had the most full-time undergraduate students (29,600), with the University of Calgary (U of C) a close second with 24,800.
Education by the numbers

Education by the numbers

This info graphic of Alberta's post secondary education numbers reveals a lot about the education opportunities available to students.
The Hidden Benefits of Applying for Student Loans in Alberta

The Hidden Benefits of Applying for Student Loans in Alberta

Data collected by Statistics Canada in 2000, 2005, and 2010 show that the number of Alberta post secondary students graduating with over $25,000 of government student loan debt is growing.
Future proofing your career

Future proofing your career

Like many Albertans, University of Calgary Continuing Education students are considering their options for future-proofing their careers.
Grow Your Career at Olds College!

Grow Your Career at Olds College!

Our programming is hands-on, versatile and sets graduates up for success in industry.