King's: A Vibrant University Community

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How you learn here is as important as what you learn—and a big part of what allows you to excel.

The University of King’s College is a small and extraordinarily lively liberal arts university located in Halifax, Nova Scotia on Canada’s east coast. We are best known for our humanities programs, journalism school, and science and music degrees, which all take an interdisciplinary approach to education. With under 1,000 students on campus, you will be educated in a lively academic community where professors and peers will both challenge and support you.

King’s unique partnership with neighbouring Dalhousie University, one of Canada’s 15 research-intensive universities, gives you access to a breadth of courses, programs, supports, and activities. Through King’s unique academic offerings and community and Dalhousie’s wealth of resources, you can build a combined and customized degree that reflects your individual interests.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Admissions

What are the admission requirements? Admission averages vary from year to year depending on the applicant pool, so we advise you check out the admission requirements page for specifics about your program of interest.

When are the application deadlines? Applications open on Oct. 15, and early admissions close on Jan. 15. Find out more.

Finances

What scholarships are available? You’re automatically considered for Entrance Scholarships when you apply and you can apply for Major Scholarships up to $50,000. Find out more.

What will it cost? Tuition estimates will depend on your program of interest, and your overall cost will depend on what bursaries and other financial aid you receive. Check out our Tuition and Living Expenses page and find out more about financial aid.

Are there jobs available on campus? Yes. In fact, 1 in 3 students has an on-campus job. Find out more about student employment opportunities.

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The resources below will help you on your admissions path. If you have questions, get in touch. Our admissions experts are here to help.