The King’s University is Edmonton’s Christian University that serves students and communities from across Western Canada and beyond the world. Its campus is situated on Treaty Six territory, the traditional home of many Native peoples, in Alberta’s youthful and dynamic city.
When you arrive at King’s, you will be greeted by cheerful, inviting faces. King’s University makes every effort to portray Christ’s love and grace to all of our students.
The University earns high rankings and awards for student-faculty engagement, a supportive campus, and teaching excellence on national surveys. It’s no surprise that King’s claims a 98 per cent post-grad employment rate!
King’s University has been dedicated to the highest degree of quality in teaching and research for almost 40 years. A solid liberal arts curriculum underlies disciplinary learning, and all programs at King’s are authorized by the Alberta government. Students enjoy opportunities to learn and research with academic specialists at the University’s Leder School of Business and Micah Centre for Justice and Development and in each of its bachelor degree programs. Several Canada Research Chairs, 3M Teaching Award winners, and renowned industry specialists have been appointed to the institution.
Through direct and indirect investments in research, capital, student services, and other areas, King’s provides more than $46.5 million to the provincial economy each year. Our graduates generate millions more. The best things come in little packages. King’s aspires to have a positive effect on the world. Renewal and reconciliation are possible in all walks of life, and King’s contributes to this goal by preparing learners—both professors and students—to contribute to the public good and the progress of God’s Kingdom. In addition to any number of professional studies and graduate degrees, programs educate students for jobs in business, grade school education, applied and health science, government, industry, and other fields.