MOUNT SAINT VINCENT UNIVERSITY
Location: Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Total Students: 2,433
Percentage of International Students: 7%
- Each year, hundreds of students benefit from more than CAD 1.9 million in scholarships and bursaries associated with the university.
- It is a home to a nationally recognized art gallery
- Only University in Canada to hold a Chair in Learning Disabilities
- The University recently launched first joint interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Educational Studies in Atlantic Canada in conjunction with Acadia University and St. Francis Xavier University
- It is the only Atlantic Canadian University to offer Child and Youth Study
The university has 40 acres of lush green space with modern and classical buildings.
Unique research facilities on campus
- Atlantic Centre for Research and Education of Girls and Women
- Atlantic Root Symbiosis Laboratory
- Bone Development Laboratory
- Centre for Arts-informed Research and Teaching
- Food Action Research Centre (FoodARC)
- The Catherine Wallace Centre for Women in Science
- The Child Study Centre
- The Institute for Women, Gender and Social Justice
- The Maritime Data Centre for Aging Research and Policy Analysis
- The Nova Scotia Centre on Aging
- Social Economy and Sustainability Network
Academic programs are supported by a wide variety of electronic and print research resources in the MSVU Library. Research services include drop-in reference assistance, research appointments and classroom workshops.
January 2019 marked the 40th anniversary of the Mount’s co-operative education program. It is the longest-standing nationally accredited co-op program in the Maritime Provinces, offering an optional co-op program in 1979 for students in the Bachelor of Business Administration program. Four decades later, more than 8,000 Business Administration, Public Relations, and Tourism & Hospitality Management students have taken their learning from the classroom to the workplace, completing paid work terms in industries related to their field of study (today co-op is a required part of the Public Relations and Tourism & Hospitality Management degrees). Since 2014, the Mount Co-op Office has also enabled experiential opportunities for Arts and Science students through an Arts & Science Internship Program.
Mount Saint Vincent University is home to the Centre for Women in Business, a not-for-profit university business development centre (UBDC), dedicated to assisting with entrepreneurial activities both within the university and throughout Nova Scotia. Founded in 1992 by the University’s Department of Business & Tourism, this remains the only UBDC in Canada with a primary focus on women. The Centre has served more than 7500 clients over the past 18 years.
- Rooms at MSVU are available at first come first serve basis and the description of residence and fee chart for the same is given below:
- Those who wish to stay by themselves, this is perfect for those group of people. Each townhouse has 20 single bedrooms, kitchen area, a common TV lounge, laundry and home-style washroom facilities.
- Here, each guestroom features a single bed, sink, closet, desk and linens.
- It is a superb building for young groups as the 24-hour security desk is located in the main lobby.
- Every other floor in this 12-story building has a lounge which features a small fridge, microwave, kettle, iron and board, and color TV with cable.
- 13-14 people can be accommodated in each floor.
- Westwood is home to apartment-style units. It can accommodate up to 123 guests.
- Most of these units consist of a kitchen, living room, two full baths and four single bedrooms.
- There are some single dormitory style rooms available in this building as well as some smaller apartments.
- Ryan Cochrane: Olympic athlete
- Paul D. McNair: Canadian executive, non-profit sector
- Anne Murray: Canadian singer
- Richard HenrykZurawski: Politician, Green Party of Canada
- Matt DeCourcey: Canadian Politician
- Catherine McKinnon: Canadian actress
- Matt Robinson: Canadian poet
- RejeanCournoyer: Canadian actor
- Susan Sullivan: Canadian Politician
- Clark Walton: Canadian Politician
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