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Université de Sherbrooke

SherbrookeLangues, Philologies, Etudes LinguistiquesEcologie, Evolution, EnvironnementPharmacologie, Pharmacie

L'Université de Sherbrooke, fondée en 1954, est une université francophone située à Sherbrooke, Québec au Canada, dans la région de l'Estrie. En 2007 elle a été, selon le quotidien The Globe and Mail, l'université la plus appréciée de tout le Canada, et selon l'hebdomadaire Maclean's, l'université francophone la mieux classée au Canada. La même année, le cabinet Research InfoSource a estimé que de toutes les universités francophones au Canada, les publications des professeurs de l'Université de Sherbrooke ont eu le plus grand impact dans les revues scientifiques mondiales.

Université phare du Pôle universitaire de Sherbrooke, l'Université de Sherbrooke connaît depuis 8 années consécutives (en date de 2009) la plus forte croissance au Québec. Entre le quart et le tiers de tous les nouveaux programmes universitaires créés au Québec au cours des dernières années sont issus de cette université, qui a introduit le régime coopératif d'alternance stages et études au Québec en 1965.

En 2009, l'Université est fréquentée par 38 000 étudiants et son corps professoral se compose de 3 600 personnes. L'Université emploie 7 100 personnes et compte plus de 110 000 diplômés. L'Université de Sherbrooke offre 46 programmes de baccalauréat, 48 programmes de maîtrise et 27 programmes de doctorat. Elle détient 69 chaires de recherche qui portent, entre autres, sur la pharmacologie, la microélectronique et l'environnement.
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Akitsiraq Law School


The Law School has no permanent classrooms, employees or assets, and the admissions process has no formal education requirements. The Akitsiraq Law School focuses on the practical abilities of potential students based on life experience and work history. The program is strongly supported by legal professionals and by members of the Nunavut Judiciary through in-kind and volunteer services, developing effective programs and bringing legal resources from across Canada to teach each Akitsiraq cohort.

Akitsiraq programs have provided legal training to residents of Nunavut and the surrounding Arctic region, leading to professional and para-professional legal qualifications.

The provenance of the name "Akitsiraq" is explained on the school website.

The original program offering was the Akitsiraq Jump-Start Program which partnered with Nunavut Arctic College to provide 16 students with an enhanced background in law. Through this work the Akitsiraq Society was able to develop the Law School model eventually implemented as Akitsiraq I (2001) and II (2011). These four-year programs deliver the equivalent of a Canadian three-year law degree for students in this isolated region and in a strongly Inuit cultural context.

The Akitsiraq I program was a partnership between the Faculty of Law at the University of Victoria, Nunavut Arctic College and the Akitsiraq Law School Society. It offered a Bachelor of Laws Degree (LL.B) in Iqaluit, Nunavut. to residents of Nunavut and the surrounding Arctic region. This program accepted one intake of students in 2001-02 who graduated in 2004-05. The Akitsiraq I final report Lawyer Making in the Arctic ( [July 2007] Browne, Crawford and Tulloch), is an extensive record of this program, and includes seven appendices incorporating contracts, course selections, timetables, budgets and program evaluation by graduates.

The Akitsiraq II program has been announced by the parent society in conjunction with the University of Ottawa Law Faculty, using infrastructure and support from Nunavut Arctic College. The announced intention is to proceed with a second cohort of students in 2011. The recruiting and admission process for the 2011 cohort have been funded by Justice Canada, including Akitsiraq Law Days in Cambridge Bay, Rankin Inlet, Iqaluit and Ottawa in the spring of 2010, but the program launch has been on hold since November 2009 awaiting a decision by the Government of Nunavut to provide core support.

The Akitsiraq Law School Society is a not-for-profit organization incorporated in Nunavut. Its Board of Directors and membership are drawn from the Nunavut judiciary, legal profession and supporting members of the public, along with nominees of supporting agencies.

The cohort-based, culture-enhancing, learning-in-Nunavut format of the Akitsiraq Law Program has frequently been promoted as a prototype for training in other professions including accounting "The Akitsiraq of Accounting", education administration "MEd. Graduates Set a Good Example", and for doctors and engineers.
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Kwantlen Polytechnic University

Kwantlen Polytechnic University (commonly abbreviated to KPU) is a public degree-granting undergraduate polytechnic university in British Columbia with campuses located in Surrey, Richmond, Cloverdale, and Langley. KPU is one of the largest institutions by enrolment in British Columbia with a total of 20,000 students and 1,600 faculty members across its four locations encompassing the Metro Vancouver disctrict. KPU operates as the only polytechnic university in Canada and provides undergraduate education including bachelor's degrees, associate degrees, diplomas, certificates and citations in more than 200 diverse programs.

Prior to being granted authority as a University college, Kwantlen Polytechnic University was founded as Kwantlen College. In 2008, the provincial government announced its intention to amend the University Act to appoint Kwantlen University College a polytechnic university. The legislation renaming the University College to University received royal assent on May 29, 2008 and KPU began operation as Kwantlen Polytechnic University on September 1, 2008.

KPU became a member of the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC) on October 24, 2008. Also in affiliation with KPU include: the International Association of Universities (IAU), the Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan), the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU), the Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE), and the Canadian University Press (CUP).

The Globe and Mail Canadian University Report ranked KPU among the top post-secondary institution relative to enrollment across Canada, earning numerous grades in the "A to B Range" in categories such as quality of teaching and learning, career preparation, student satisfaction and information technology. Published in Maclean's magazine, the National Survey of Student Engagement also listed KPU among the top Canadian institutions relative to student participation, educational practices, and quality of education.

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