These items are optional and you can choose them as you wish after applying for the course.
When you study politics, you will focus on the pressing problems of our times and the potential for changing them.
Acadia’s Department of Politics offers courses that develop the analytical skills, theories, and knowledge you will need.
The courses engage with contemporary issues such as Indigenous politics, environment, development, and media.
The university offers this course in five subfields:
You can connect what you learn in class with politics outside the classroom by attending events throughout the year.
A politics degree will equip you with the skills to participate actively in shaping a complex and changing world.
Studying politics will prepare you for a broad range of careers in Canada and abroad.
You will learn how to turn your knowledge about the contemporary world into political projects.
|Cost of living||1 person||$7,692|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$6,715|
Note: Official Transcripts from All educational Institutions Attended
|Foundations||EAP 500||EAP 1000||EAP 2000||Bridging||University|
|CAEL 10-20||CAEL 30||CAEL 40||CAEL 50||CAEL 60||CAEL 70|
|iBT below 49||iBT 49-58||iBT 59-68||iBT 69-78||iBT 79-89||iBT 90|
|IELTS below 4.5||IELTS 4.5||IELTS 5.0||IELTS 5.5||IELTS 6.0||IELTS 6.5|
Each EAP term is 10 weeks long, with 25 hours of study per week. This includes:
When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites.
Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.
India: Higher Secondary Certificate with a minimum 60% overall
China: Senior/Upper Middle School Graduation Certificate with a minimum 85%
Iran: Pre-University Year with minimum grades of 14/20
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