University of Lethbridge

The University of Lethbridge is situated in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. The main building of this university is present in the coulees on the west wide of the Oldman River. This is s publicly funded comprehensive academic and research university which has its two other metropolitan campuses in Edmonton and Calgary. The Meliorist, is the university press and is also a member of CUP.

Together graduate and undergraduate programmes are provided in this university. This university granted its first doctoral degrees in the year 2004. Robbin Gibb and Lisa Thomson graduated with doctoral degrees in the subject of Neuroscience. The Alberta government endorsed the expansion of the fledgling Ph.D. program to add degrees in 5 new areas, such as bio-molecular science, biosystems and biodiversity, earth, space and physical science, evolution and behaviour and theoretical and computational science, earlier, the same year. This university is house to the Canadian Centre for Behavioural Neuroscience, a first-rate facility where the primary behavioural neuroscience group of Canada sheds light on the liaison between brain and behaviour.

Study in Canada is highly regarded always and so is this university. This university offers unique first year bridging programs for Aboriginal students. The Niitsitapi Teacher Education Program of this university together with Red Crow Community College was build up in association with specific Aboriginal communities to meet particular requirements within Aboriginal communities.