Mount Saint Vincent University

The Mount is located just minutes from downtown Halifax, Nova Scotia and is recognized for its small class sizes and personalized approach to learning. A diverse mix of 4,000 women and men from across Canada and more than 50 countries take advantage of the Mount’s programs and unique sense of community through on-campus classes and distance learning opportunities

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Year established

1873

Campus

Mount Saint Vincent University overlooks the Bedford Basin in Halifax, Nova Scotia

Number of students

4,000

Estimated fee

From $7,701 per term

Requirements

To apply as an International student, you must submit a completed application form along with copies of official educational certificates/transcripts showing courses taken and grades obtained.

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Something for everyone
  • With a wide variety of distinctive and well-respected programs and departments, there is something for everyone at the Mount.Did you know?
    • We offer the only four-year bachelor’s degree program in public relations in Canada.
    • Our Bachelor of Arts in Child and Youth Study is the only one of its kind in the Atlantic region.
    • We were the first university in Canada to establish a program dedicated to tourism and hospitality management.

    Courses

    • Whether you’re a new, current or visiting student, the Mount offers a variety of classes in the fall and winter terms, and both summer sessions.
Academic Programs

Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Canadian Studies
Chinese – Mandarin (courses)
Communication Studies
Cultural Studies
Economics
English
Family Studies
French
Gerontology
History
Library (courses)
Mathematics
Modern Languages
Philosophy
Political Studies
Psychology
Public Policy
Religious Studies
Sociology/Anthropology
Spanish
Women’s Studies
Writing (minor)
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Bachelor of Science (BSc)
Applied Human Nutrition (minor)
Biology
Chemistry
Computer Science (courses)
Mathematics
Physics (minor)
Psychology
Statistics (minor)
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Professional Studies
Applied Human Nutrition
Business Administration
Child and Youth Study
Family Studies & Gerontology
Information Technology
Public Relations
Science Communication
Tourism & Hospitality
Faculty of Education
Bachelor of Education
Graduate Education Programs
Curriculum Studies
Educational Foundations
Educational Psychology
Elementary and Middle School Education
Literacy Education
Lifelong Learning
School Psychology
Doctoral Program
Graduate Programs
Applied Human Nutrition
Child and Youth Study
Communication
Education
Family Studies & Gerontology
Public Relations
Women and Gender Studies