University of Guelph
UNDERGRADUATE DOMESTIC FEES4,000 USD - 6,000 USD
UNDERGRADUATE INTERNATIONAL FEES18,000 USD - 20,000 USD
The University of Guelph offers twelve undergraduate degree programs. Students who complete their undergraduate degree can further their academic career by staying on at the university to pursue graduate work. The university is home to 20,000 students, over 1,200 of whom are international students.
The University of Guelph has a five star QS Stars rating. In addition, the university is ranked fourth in the world for veterinary science in the 2015 edition of the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2015/16.
University of Guelph courses are taught by internationally-recognized scholars and researchers who are available for discussion both in and out of the classroom.
Guelph students can study in Central America, Europe, Australia, and Africa through three different opportunities:
· Semesters abroad in which groups of students study in another country with a Guelph faculty member
· Exchange programs which allow students to study at a partner institution while paying University of Guelph tuition
· Through a Letter of Permission which allows students to you can design you’re their own study-abroad program at any accredited university in the world
The main University of Guelph campus is located in the south-western Ontario city of Guelph, one hour west of Toronto and less than two hours from the Niagara Falls-U.S. border. The campus is defined by green space, a mixture of old and new architecture, and state-of-the-art facilities. An additional campus is located in Ridgetown, Ontario.
· 407-hectare (1,007-acre) campus, including a 165-hectare (408-acre) Arboretum, and a 22-hectare (55-acre) research park
· Five to seven minute walk from any residence to class
· State-of-the-art facilities: The Summerlee Science Complex, North America's largest integrated science teaching and research facility; The School of Engineering, with its massive recent expansion that includes new labs and design studios, interactive outdoor teaching labs, and a green roof and rooftop windturbine; and Guelph Business, located in one of the oldest buildings on campus, is modernized to include collaborative learning spaces, multiple student lounges and study rooms.
· 12 degree programs in the areas of arts, science, business, and engineering hosts the largest number of international students
· Professional degrees: Veterinary Medicine; Engineering; Applied Human Nutrition; Landscape Architecture
· Take advantage of Guelph’s cross-disciplinary approach, tailoring your degree through your choice of major, minor, and selection of elective courses
· Colours: red, gold, black
· 22,446 students call our campus home
· Over 5,000 students live in residence
· 99.9% of our faculty have a Ph.D (or equivalent)
· Over 110,000 alumni from 145+ countries
· 17 intramurals, 17 varsity teams, 22 sports clubs, and more than 200 student clubs and organizations.
· Consistently ranked as one of the top comprehensive universities in Canada and around the world
· One of the 10 best cities to live in Canada (MoneySense magazine).
· Rated as one of the top five most sustainable cities in Ontario (Pembina Institute)
· Over 90% of our first year students return for their second year - that's 4% above the national average
· $125.3 million in annual research funding
· Students have ranked U of G as having the best food on any Canadian university campus ten years in a row.