Université Sainte-Anne

Université Ste Annes (Photo: Verne Equinox)

Université Sainte-Anne

Université Sainte-Anne programs in business administration, education, humanities, pure sciences, as well as many other professional programs, preparing students to enter the workforce with practical and theoretical knowledge that will help them succeed. Moreover, the ratio of students to teachers allowing them to pay greater attention to students that promotes a climate of personal and rewarding study.

The purpose of the Université Sainte-Anne is to meet the needs of Francophone and Francophile, whether newly graduated students of secondary schools or adult learners in the process of career change or further training. Similarly, the institution provides specialized training for companies or industries according to their needs.

Université Sainte-Anne strives for excellence in the intellectual, professional and personal of the student, as well as its research and outreach. Université Sainte-Anne also plays an important role in socioeconomic development of Acadian society in Nova Scotia.

Université Sainte-Anne provides instruction through five campuses in Halifax, Petit de Great, Pointe de l’Eglise, Saint-Joseph du Moine and Tusket (Nova Scotia). Its main campus is located at Pointe de l’Eglise.

Campus Life

We are known for our warmth and our moderate pace of life in harmony with nature. Studying at the University Sainte-Anne is a little endearing adopt this culture to live a fascinating experience.

The main campus, located near the sea, like most other campuses, provides a living environment healthier. When it comes to enjoying natural attractions areas, sports facilities of choice or exciting cultural entertainment, nobody can find the time long in the Université Sainte-Anne.

Université Sainte-Anne, your environment, as evidenced by:

  • Life in the ten homes, each with its style, its traditions and its own personality, in order to offer a lifestyle intimate and warm;
  • vibrant friendly instructors residence;
  • the many socio-cultural activities that contribute to your intellectual and social development;
  • the many sports activities to promote your well-being and personal development;
  • diversity of cultures, languages and accents represented on campus;
  • spirits, vivacity and enthusiasm of current students and staff;
  • respect and encouragement of your passions.

Arts and Culture

The Gallery Father Léger Comeau is located behind the reception of the Université Sainte-Anne, in the building Bernardin Comeau Gallery Father Léger Comeau hosts monthly exhibitions of amateur artists and professionals. Several exhibitions are presented by the Arts Council of the Bay.

The Salle Marc-Lescarbot is a 263-seat theater where performances are held in music, dance, plays and other presentations of amateur or professional.

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