University of Prince Edward Island is founded in 1969, which is a public liberal arts university located in 140 acres in Charlottetown, the birthplace of Confederation Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada, and the sole university in the province. UPEI honours the proud legacy through a growing reputation for research innovation and academic excellence.
We offers a wide range of programs and degrees more than 4,400 undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students. UPEI offers its students access to exceptional faculty, researchers, and staff. UPEI students come from all walks of life and from local, regional, national and international locations. In 2016, international students from close to 70 countries comprise almost 21 per cent of the University's total enrolment. The campus also houses the National Research Council's Institute for Nutrisciences and Health at the Regis and Joan Duffy Research Centre.
In UPEI offer more than 5 million scholarships for students and learning opportunities, expanding graduate programs and outstanding student-faculty interaction, UPEI provide our students to a unique campus experience. The campus consists of 29 academic, administration, residential and athletics buildings and facilities including Don and Marion McDougall Hall housing the Faculty of Business; the historic SDU Main Building; Bill and Denise Andrew Hall; the W. A. Murphy Student Centre; and the Health Sciences Building, a facility for the Faculty of Nursing and the Applied Human Sciences programs.