CAPE BRETON UNIVERSITY
Location: Nova Scotia, Canada.
Total Students: 5,511
Percentage of International Students: 10%
- Cape Breton University is located in the city of Sydney in Canada.
- The institute was established in the year 1974
- This is a Public type of institution
- Programs available at Cape Breton University are Bachelor , Master
- The total number of students enrolled in Cape Breton University is 3999
- The Eligibility for admission in Cape Breton University, Canada is IELTS/TOEFL/PTE or alternative qualifications or GRE Accepted
- Cape Breton University is accredited to Department of Labour and Advanced Education, Nova Scotia
- Affiliation- Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada AUCC
- Awards and Ranking- International Rating – 3065
- Eligibility- IELTS/TOEFL/PTE or alternative qualifications or GRE Accepted
- Scholarship- Yes
- Campus/Online- Campus
- Number of Faculty Members- 400
- Institution Type- Public
- Degree Available- Bachelor , Master
- Financial Aid Available- Yes
- Academic Calendar- Semester
- Acceptance Rate(%)- 50-60
- Preferred Language- English
- Academic support services
- Financial support services
- Employment services
- Student life
- International student support
- Health & wellness
The university ranks 67 in the country and holds 2911 world rank.
Through the construction of Harriss Hall, a new student residence and dining hall, in September 2010, gave the campus a total of four residences. Harriss Hall is also the new location for residence mail services, replacing MacDonald, and holds the office of the Residence Life Coordinator. With this new addition, the residence halls now offer meal service and living space for over 550 students. Recently, each dorm, along with the off-campus students, have been assigned colors and animals to represent them in residence competitions. The four residences on campus include Cabot Residence, MacDonald Residence, Harriss Hall, and Alumni Hall. MacDonald offers single and double rooms, Harriss offers single suites, Cabot offers four-bedroom apartments, and Alumni offers five-bedroom apartments along with two-bedroom dorms.
The Beaton Institute, housed at CBU, is the second largest public archive in Nova Scotia. Sister Margaret Beaton of Scotland, recognizing that many documents of significance to Cape Breton were being lost to neglect during her career as librarian at Xavier Junior College, began collecting these documents back in 1957. Preceded by Cape Bretoniana, the Beaton Institute operates as a regional archive from and about Cape Breton Island’s history, society, politics, economy, health, people, places, and events. The building is 17,000 square feet and includes a reading room, vault, work room, and several offices and specialized rooms. The collection includes paper records, photographs, film, video, audio materials, books, maps, plans, and microfilms, housing 3,000 manuscript collections, 60,000 images, 2,500 sound recordings, 1,500 video cassettes and film reels, 1,500 reference books, 2,000 maps and plans. Materials in the collection reflect the Mi’kmaq, Jewish, Acadian, Ukrainian, African Nova Scotian, Lithuanian, Polish, and Italian communities of Cape Breton, along with a collection of Gaelic materials
- Nolan Crouse, mayor of St. Albert, Alberta
- David Dingwall, former Liberal politician, President of Cape Breton University
- Jason Massie, soccer player in League1 Ontario
- Derek Mombourquette, MLA Sydney-Whitney Pier
- John W. Morgan, former mayor of Cape Breton Regional Municipality
- Gerald Sampson, former Nova Scotia MLA
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