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StFX offers an unparalleled academic and cultural experience that prepares you for advanced orCareer Pathways professional programs, including the popular choices such as:

  • Architecture
  • Chiropractic
  • Criminology
  • Education
  • Engineering
  • International Business
  • Journalism
  • Nursing
  • Optometry
  • Pharmacy
  • Physiotherapy Therapy
  • Pre Law
  • Pre Medicine
  • Social Work
  • Veterinary Medicine

StFX’s academic reputation is one of the best in Canada. That’s because our learning model focuses on you and your success. Our full-time professors will recognize your skills, challenge you to think critically, and help you succeed both inside and outside the classroom.

Research & Innovation »

StFX offers undergraduates an unparalleled opportunity to perform world-class research, alongside world-class researchers.

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Library »

Books, archives, special collections, and more. The Angus L. Macdonald Library is perfectly equipped to find the information you need.

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Graduate Studies »

StFX offers graduate programs in a variety of disciplines such as Adult Education, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science and more.

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Co-operative Education Program »

Our co-op program prepares students by enhancing classroom learning through integrated work experience.

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Service Learning »

Service Learning provides an innovative way to integrate experiential learning, academic study and community service.

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Academic Vice-President and Provost »

The Academic Vice-President promotes the academic mission of the University by championing excellence and innovation in teaching, scholarship and service to the community.

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New Innovative, Immersive programs

Humanities Colloquium: an optional first-year program in which enrolled students all take the same three sections of Philosophy, English, and History. These courses will be taught collaboratively, as if they were a single course. Lectures, assignments, and discussions will be coordinated to bring out exciting connections among the disciplines, and to avoid conflicts in assignment due dates.

Social Justice Colloquium: an optional first-year program for Bachelor of Arts students. Participants are enrolled in dedicated sections of Anthropology, Global History and Women’s & Gender Studies. The instructors work together to coordinate their teaching so that you learn about social justice from various perspectives. In addition, you will complete a service learning experience that will be interwoven with your academic learning.

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