Information from Dalhousie University
All programmes/courses on graduate level.
Programmes/courses at the following departments/faculties are also closed for exchange students:
Schulich School of Law
The School of Planning
*students may take courses from Health Promotion and Kinesiology
Programmes/Courses with limited access: Most Engineering classes.
Full-time studies on undergraduate level (corresponding to 30 hp):
Technology students: 5-6 courses per term or 10-12 credit hours.
Other students: 5 courses per term or 2.5 credits/15 credit hours
Course types: Term course: 0.5 credits (or 3 credit hours)
1000: 1st year courses
2000: 2nd year courses
3000: 3rd year courses
4000: 4th year courses
Autumn term: September–December
Winter term: January–April
On campus: There are 11 different residences in Halifax that vary in size and style, but they are all close to Dalhousie's services and resources.
Off campus: There are houses, flats and apartments available for students to rent.
Also good to know: If you arrive in Halifax before your lease starts, there's a list of temporary accommodations. Dalhousie University got a Volunteer Coordinator at the International Centre that can help you find an accommodation.