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Halifax Higher Education

Universities, Colleges, and Trade Schools
In Nova Scotia there are many opportunities to receive additional education. Most programs and courses require the completion of a high school or general equivalency diploma (GED). Yet some training is available for mature students who have had no previous formal education. Some of the different types of advanced education institute types are:

Universities
As in the United States, universities in Canada require high school completion. University preparatory classes may also be required for admission. Some special courses might be needed for specific programs of study. When you complete your university studies, you will receive a degree in your chosen area of study. Most university degrees require 3 or 4 years to complete. There are 11 universities in the province of Nova Scotia:

Acadia University www.acadiau.ca
Atlantic School of Theology www.astheology.ns.ca
Dalhousie University www.dal.ca
Mount Saint Vincent University www.msvu.ca
Nova Scotia Agriculture College www.nsac.ns.ca
Nova Scotia College of Art and Design www.nscad.ns.ca
Saint Francis Xavier University www.stfx.ca
Saint Mary’s University www.stmarys.ca
University College of Cape Breton www.uccb.ns.ca
University of King’s College www.ukings.ns.ca
Universit√© Sainte-Anne-College de l’Acadie www.usainteanne.ca

Community Colleges
Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC) offers over 134 programs of study, a wide selection of training courses, from mechanical engineering, to culinary and child care studies. Community colleges do not offer degree programs like universities, but certificates and diplomas in certain occupational fields. There are 13 NSCC campuses throughout Nova Scotia. Community college programs are generally less costly than a university degree program.

Private Career Colleges
Private Career Colleges are privately owned and operated businesses that offer training certificates in many different fields such as secretarial, paralegal and flight attendants courses. The tuition fees for different programs vary.

Apprenticeship
Apprenticeship is an exchange agreement between an apprentice, employer and the government. In this agreement, the apprentice agrees to work for the employer in exchange for intensive on-the-job training in the employer’s field. Once the on-the-job training is completed, the apprentice will have to take certification exams. Then they will be eligible to practice their trade throughout Canada.

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