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Now is the perfect time to become a student at Acadia. Whether you are entering from high school, working toward your master's degree, or continuing your professional development, our small class sizes and personalized approach ensure you will grow as a person and be challenged and inspired.

Undergraduate

An undergraduate degree is a bachelor-level degree, and nearly all are 4-year programs. Visit our Admissions page to learn about program requirements.

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Graduate

A graduate degree, such as a master’s degree, is one that follows an undergraduate degree in a relevant field. These are ordinarily for 1 or 2 years of study. Visit our Admissions page to learn about program requirements.

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Divinity College

Prepare to apply to an undergraduate or graduate Theology program at the Acadia Divinity College.

Divinity Application

Education Program

Find admission requirements for our Bachelor of Education program, which offers 16-month and 24-month options.

Education Application

Academic English

Our English for Academic Purposes (EAP) program is an intensive English language program to prepare you for university study.

EAP Application

Online Education

Acadia offers over 80 online "continuous intake" (open-entry) courses that you can start anywhere, anytime. Learn how to get started.

Online Courses
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Admissions
(Undergraduate)

University Hall, Room 216 15 University Avenue
Wolfville, Nova Scotia
B4P 2R6
902-585-1016

Admissions
(Graduate)

Horton Hall, Room 214 18 University Avenue
Wolfville, Nova Scotia
B4P 2R6
902-585-1914