The King’s University
The King's Institution is a private Canadian Christian university in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada that offers bachelor's degrees in the arts, humanities, music, social sciences, natural sciences, business, and teaching. King's University now offers 25 undergraduate, 4 diploma, and 2 online courses. Biology, Chemistry, Sociology, English, Environmental Studies, Psychology, Interdisciplinary Science, Social Sciences, Computing Science, Kinesiology, Mathematics, Accounting, and Business are the primary courses.

Cost of attendance

The anticipated cost of attending college is $27,000 USD. The university also provides various scholarships to international students ranging from $1,000 to 3,000 USD.


On-campus residential options include Tower rooms, Tower suites, and apartments, as well as other related amenities. Tower rooms are located in the heart of campus and are often designated for freshmen. Normally, rooms are assigned on a double occupancy basis, however single and triple occupancy rooms may be assigned to students based on availability. At King, housing and meal plans are priced separately. In 2020, the average student spent $4,532 on accommodation and $4,492 on meals. The typical off-campus cost of living in Canada for a student ranges from 15,000 CAD to 20,000 CAD, depending on lifestyle and preferences. This varies from province to province in Canada.

Acceptance rate

The university has a total of 910 students enrolled. Admission to The King's University is relatively selective, with a 70% acceptance rate.


The campus of King's University sprawls across the rich green environment of Alberta's capital city. The school is located near Treaty Six territory, which is regarded as the traditional homeland of many ethnic groupings. Some of the notable enterprises on campus established exclusively for students include the King's Micah Centre for Social Justice, Gerry Segger Heritage Collection, King's Academic Enrichment Centre, and Tower Suites. On campus, there are several social and cultural events that are organised by student groups or departments/faculties. All students are eligible for free counselling services from the Student Life Department in areas such as stress, mental health, and trauma.


Accreditation. King University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award associate, baccalaureate, master, and doctoral degrees.

Jobs and Placement

The Centre for Professional and Calling assists students in developing their intended career path by giving appropriate advice and possibilities. Internships are available for students in education, business, environmental studies, and computer science. The institution also prioritises placements in the industrial and telecommunications sectors, including companies such as Deloitte, Stantec, KPMG, FYIdoctors, Canadian Natural Resources, and SAIT, to mention a few. King's University has a high employment rate of 98 percent for its students. Graduates of King's College London earn an average of $287.2k.

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