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Overview

Overview

The First Nations University of Canada, founded in 1976, is a Canadian educational provider based in the Canadian province Saskatchewan with campuses in Regina, Saskatoon, and Prince Albert. The University offers programs covering numerous subject areas including Business and Public Administration; English; Environmental Health; and Science.

Subjects you can study at First Nations University of Canada

  • Applied and Pure Sciences Applied and Pure Sciences
  • Business and Management Business and Management
  • Creative Arts and Design Creative Arts and Design
  • Education and Training Education and Training
  • Health and Medicine Health and Medicine
  • Humanities Humanities
  • Social Studies and Media Social Studies and Media
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COSTS PER YEAR
LIVING COSTS

CAD$11,000

AVERAGE PRIVATE RENT

CAD$5,250

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