Looking to study in Edmonton? Choose one of our Schools, Universities or Colleges and join more than 200,000 enrolled students.
Universities and Colleges
The University of Alberta Is a Top 5 Canadian university and one of the Top 150 in the world.
The University of Alberta is a busy place with 38,000 students across 18 faculties at four separate campus locations, plus other unique locations across the province.
- North Campus
- Campus Saint-Jean
- Augustana Campus
- Enterprise Square
- South Campus
- Calgary Centre
Other University of Alberta sites: University of Alberta Botanic Gardens
Research Stations: Edmonton Research Station, also known as the University of Alberta Farm at South Campus, as well as Mattheis Research Ranch, Roy Berg Kinsella Research Ranch, St. Albert Research Station, and Augustana Miquelon Lake Research Station.
Provides a transformative education in a collaborative and supportive learning environment. Creativity thrives here through research and innovation that engage students, faculty and the community.
The modern face of Canada. Our commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion creates a true place of belonging. You belong here.
- Correctional Campuses
As a leading polytechnic and one of Canada’s largest apprenticeship trainers, NAIT is a great place to learn. NAIT has four campuses — three in Edmonton and one in Spruce Grove — serving more than 40,000 students from across Canada and around the world.
Campuses and Facilities With state-of-the-art facilities, multiple amenities and services, and public transit access to our Edmonton-based campuses, we have everything you need to make your time at NAIT a great one.
- Main Campus
- Patricia Campus
- Spruce Grove Campus
- South Campus
- CAT - Feltham Centre
- PIC - Productivity and Innovation Centre
Canada’s preeminent small university.
The Concordia University of Edmonton is proudly located in the historic Virginia Park neighbourhood, steps from Edmonton’s river valley.
Edmonton's Christian university serves students and communities across western Canada and around the world. Its campus is located in Alberta's growing and vibrant capital and situated on Treaty Six territory, the traditional home of many Indigenous peoples.
- Campus: 9125 - 50 Street, Edmonton, Alberta
Committed to student success and providing a high quality education grounded in our First Nations cultures and languages for Indigenous and non-Indigenous students alike.
- Campus: 10045 – 156 Street NW, Edmonton, AB
- Edmonton Catholic School Division (ECSD) Committed to offering a Christ-centred, competency-based learning experience for all learners.
- Edmonton Public School Board (EPSB) Helping to shape the future in every one of our classrooms. We’re focused on ensuring each student learns to their full potential and develops the ability, passion and imagination to pursue their dreams and contribute to their community.
- Conseil Scolaire Centre Nord (CSCN - Francophone) French first language education is intended for children who are eligible under section 23 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.