Open Minds: Celebration of Social Sciences and Humanities Research

On November 1st, 2016, Maite Snauwaert of CSJ participated in “Open Minds: Celebration of Social Sciences and Humanities Research”

Sixth sibling to graduate from Campus Saint-Jean fulfils family legacy

You could say that Campus Saint-Jean, the University of Alberta’s French-language campus, is a proud tradition for the Bazira family.

2016 Last Lecture: Dalbir Sehmby

After receiving hundreds of nominations from you, this year’s Last Lecture was delivered by Dalbir Sehmby from Campus Saint-Jean. Watch his lecture, “Survivor: Acadumbia Edition.”

Full-fledged faculty of the University of Alberta, Campus Saint-Jean is a Canadian academic institution training leaders for the 21st Century and prepared to play a significant role in the global village.

The campus offers a rich and varied education focused on the overall development of individuals and leads many active research projects in different areas of expertise including the arts,sciences, social sciences and education.

With its nine undergraduate programs and two master's programs, the campus brings the best of University of Alberta ... into French!

In addition to being very active locally, the Campus is carving an increasingly prominent place on the stage nationally and internationally. Our students come from more than 30 countries around the world and the faculty also shows a cosmopolitan face. Today, the campus is not longer an Franco-Alberta institution only, but an institution of the Canadian and international Francophonie.

The excellence of our students has undoubtedly contributed to make of the University of Alberta one of the leading Canadian universities. Internationally, the University ranks 59th among the best universities around the world.

Studying or working at Campus Saint-Jean is living a life experience to build tomorrow's society.

Did you know the Bilingual Writing Centre or CEB is a facility located in La Centrale which offers professional pedagogical support for students throughout their stay in university?

Tutors are here to help you develop a critical eye for your own work and become independent and sophisticated communicators. At the CEB, you can benefit from coming to multiple sessions for a single assignment.

Whether it be in French or English, the best way to learn to write is to write to learn, and the best way to do that is to come to the CEB on a regular basis.

10 reasons to choose Campus Saint-Jean

  • Study in French in Western Canada;
  • Take advantage of the comprehensive Scholarship Program;
  • Enjoy the possibilities of enriching international exchanges;
  • Explore the wealth of our cultural diversity;
  • Access the unique personalized training available through individualized support;
  • Operate some of the most innovative technology available in the country;
  • Learn or perfect a new language;
  • Make the most of a stimulating and enriching student life;
  • Receive professional development through a wide range of varied and balanced programming;
  • Be the recipient of prestigious training to be a future Leader of the 21st Century with a degree from the University of Alberta.