Founded in 1971, MacEwan University provides student-focused instruction in a warm and supportive atmosphere. We focus on teaching, so our students can focus on learning. It’s been a cornerstone of who we are for more than 40 years. And we continue to build on that reputation.

Our offerings

Offering more than 65 programs, the university provides a transformative education in a collaborative and supportive learning environment. Creativity thrives here through research and innovation that engages students, faculty and the community. 

Student satisfaction

MacEwan University has an intentional focus on teaching and as a result has scored very well in the Globe and Mail's Canadian University Report. In the 2014 Report, our students gave us top marks – awarding us “A+” grades for our instructors' teaching style and our class sizes, along with “A” grades for the quality of our teaching and student-faculty interaction.

MacEwan University offers 8 four-year bachelor programs, 2 applied degrees, as well as 43 diploma and certificate programs.

The university provides a transformative education in a collaborative and supportive learning environment. Creativity thrives here—through research and innovation that engages students, faculty and the community.

We are focused on our students—providing them with choice and opportunities for success with a dynamic mix of undergraduate degrees, certificates, diplomas and degree-transfer programming.

 

Student body

Number of full-time MacEwan University students

Full-time students in credit programs

Number of part-time and full-time MacEwan University students

Part-time and full-time students

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36.8% male
63.2% female
Average age: 22.7 years

 

Tuition Average at MacEwan University

(average across all programs)

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International Students
$18,240

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Bachelor's Degree 
$4,560

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Certificate or Diploma 
$3,960

 

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Financial Assistance

In the 2015/16 academic year, the Student Awards Office managed the distribution of $8.4 million dollars, from internal and external sources, to over 6,000 students.

SCHOLARSHIPS & BURSARIES

The Globe and Mail "2014 Canadian University Report"

Our students gave us top marks—awarding us “A+” grades for our instructors’ teaching style and our class sizes, along with “A” grades for the quality of our teaching and student-faculty interaction.


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