This academic hot spot on the Atlantic Ocean is rightly called Canada's Education Province. With 11 universities campuses, we have more post-secondary institutions per capita than anywhere else in Canada.
Each university offers undergraduate (bachelor's) degrees, and most offer graduate (master's and doctorate) degrees
You can find information on programs and admission requirements in university calendars. Calendars are available at universities and public libraries, and can also be obtained directly from admission officers at the institutions that interest you.
To apply for admission to a university program, you must submit an application directly to the University. You can apply and register for classes online for some universities.
Publicly-assisted postsecondary institutions in Nova Scotia are required by law to accommodate students with disabilities. Some Nova Scotia universities have offices for persons with disabilities. Contact the coordinators at these offices for information on the facilities and support services available for residences, recreation and study.