About UPEI 

Situated on 140 sections of land in Charlottetown, the origin of Confederation, the University of Prince Edward Island (UPEI) has a rich history with roots in two establishing foundations, Prince of Wales College (est. 1834) and St. Dunstan's University (est. 1855). UPEI respects this legacy through a developing notoriety for research advancement and scholastic perfection. 

UPEI's five resources (expressions, business, training, science, and veterinary drug) and three schools (nursing, maintainable outline building, and numerical and computational sciences) offer an extensive variety of projects and degrees to around 4,400 undergrad, graduate and doctoral understudies. Home to numerous Canada Research Chairs, a Canada Excellence Research Chair in Aquatic Epidemiology, an UNESCO Chair in Island Studies and Sustainability, supplied or supported research seats, and 3M Teaching Award-victors, UPEI offers its students access to remarkable personnel, specialists, and staff. UPEI students originate from various diverse backgrounds; in 2016, students from nearly 70 nations worldwide comprised approximately 21% of the University's aggregate enrolment. 

The grounds are comprised of 29 scholastic, organization, private and games structures and offices including Don and Marion McDougall Hall lodging the Faculty of Business; the noteworthy SDU Main Building; Bill and Denise Andrew Hall; the W. A. Murphy Student Center; and the Health Sciences Building, an office for the School of Nursing and the Applied Human Sciences programs. Another 76,000 square-foot School of Sustainable Design Engineering opened in August 2016. Games offices have increased significantly over the previous decade including the addition of the new UPEI Alumni Canada Games Place Olympic style events office, the Chi-Wan Young Sports Center, a lit, engineered surface games field, and the group based Bell Aliant Center that components focused and recreation pools and two NHL-sized ice rinks (MacLauchlan Arena). The grounds likewise house the National Research Council's Institute for NutriSciences and Health at the Regis and Joan Duffy Research Center. 

With over $5.6 million in grants, universal trade and study openings, a dynamic Student Union, extending graduate projects and remarkable understudy workforce association, UPEI offers its students an interesting grounds involvement. Our graduated classes have excelled in their chosen fields and are an indication of the esteem of the university and a guarantee of success in a UPEI training.

List of Bachelor's Programs:

Faculty of Arts

Faculty of Business

Faculty of Education

School of Nursing

Faculty of Science

For further information please contact Ms. Michele Wu: mwu@inspican.com