Archives for posts with tag: Canada’s campuses

 

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Hatley Castle at Royal Roads University.

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Bruneau Centre

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Redpath Museum, a museum of natural history that belongs to the university.

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Outdoor learning pavilion on campus.

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Trent’s new president and vice-chancellor, Dr. Leo Groarke keeps a kayak in his office and often takes advantage of the Otonabee River just outside his door.

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Hans W. Klohn Commons in Saint John.

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Some of these campuses are not only beautiful, but they’re also known for their academics. In a recent report of the Academic Ranking of World Universities 2014 list, four Canadian schools, including the University of Toronto, the University of British Columbia, McGill University and McMaster University all made the top 100.

Academic Ranking of World Universities 2014

In 2013, 23 Canadian universities were represented on the global top 500 ARWU list of top academic institutions, but this year, the number has decreased to 21 schools.
 

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Dr. John H. Garden Memorial Park

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Mount Royal University pond and carillon.

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Autumn at Lakehead University’s Lake Tamblyn at its Thunder Bay Campus.

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Trinity College Quad

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Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library

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Administration Building at night.

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Duchesnay Falls is a hiking destination for students on campus.

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Autumn at Nipissing University. This walkway beside the campus pond leads to over 20 km of hiking trails.

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Douglas Library building.

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