University Of Northern British Columbia
The University of Northern British Columbia was officially opened by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in August 1994. In the 1999-2000 academic year, UNBC enrolled more than 3300 students. The University currently offers 23 bachelor's degree programs in its two colleges: Science & Management and Arts, Social & Health Sciences. Its award-winning core campus is located on Cranbrook Hill in Prince George, British Columbia overlooking the City and the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. In addition to the core campus, UNBC has three regional offices; Quesnel, Fort S. John and Prince Rupert, and offers courses in 14 northern communities.
Communities access the resources of the University to improve their quality of life. UNBC research institutes focus on health, children's welfare, land use, and the evaluation of social conditions - all with a northern perspective.
Courses are available throughout northern BC allow students to pursue a university education without necessarily attending the Prince George campus. Students in about 20 communities can take courses through face-to-face teaching or on-line.
UNBC is one of only four Canadian universities to be accepted into the National Student Exchange, a United States-based exchange program providing opportunities for UNBC students to study at 167 American university campuses. UNBC is also part of a NAFTA student mobility program providing opportunities for students to research issues related to community sustainability. UNBC has one-to-one exchanges with 18 universities
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