Dalhousie University Information
Dalhousie University (Dal) took its name from its founder George Ramsey, who at the time was the 9th Earl of Dalhousie. The Dalhousie University ranking is joint 13th best university in Canada, and 216th in the world. Similarly rated Canadian colleges include University of Guelph, Simon Fraser University, University of Western Ontario, and University of Ottawa.
The university is located in Halifax in the Canadian provence of Nova Scotia. Today the university offers education to over 15,000 students and is steered by it’s chancellor Richard Goldbloom.
Dalhousie is split into eleven different faculties enabling the university to offer courses in a diverse range of subjects; the core areas covered are Architecture and Planning; Arts and Social Sciences; Computer Science; Dentistry; Engineering; Health Professions; Law; Management; Medicine; and Science. The university also has a dedicated Graduate school. The Dalhousie University ranking is currently equal 216th in the world by the University Review website. Their admissions site is located here.
Over the years many prominent people have passed through the walls of Dalhousie university including the politicians Scott Brison, Darrell Dexter, and Alexa McDonough; singers Barbara Fris and Chris Murphy; authors Lucy Maud Montgomery, Adel Iskandar and George Elliot Clarke; and physicist.
Dalhousie University Address
Ranking and Quick Facts
Motto: Ora et Labora (English: Pray and work).
|University world Ranking – Times 200 (UK)||
|University world Ranking – Jiaotong 500 (China)||
203 to 304
|American Ranking (Jiaotong)||
99 to 138
|Students (Undergraduates / PG/ Total)||
|Endowment per student||
G13, AUCC, IAU, CUSID