- 8 Courses
- Private Institution Type
Yorkville University was established in 2003 in Fredericton, New Brunswick. The University is private and non-denominational, delivering practitioner-oriented degree programs that bridge the gap between theory and practice, leading to rewarding professional careers.
Yorkville University’s programs have been developed to meet the requirements of professional designations and certifications, allowing students to earn their degree while receiving formal recognition in their desired field. Each profession differs in terms of how practitioners are regulated, designated or recognized.
Yorkville University is proud to welcome career-driven students from around the world to our campuses in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), Ontario and Vancouver, British Columbia.We offer students a welcoming and supportive environment that extends beyond the classrooms, and a goal-focused education to get them started on their successful careers in Canada or at home.
Yorkville University is proud to welcome career-driven students from around the world to our campuses in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), Ontario and Vancouver, British Columbia.
Yorkville University provides access to an online library of resources. This includes access to scholarly databases, such as EBSCO and Proquest. Yorkville University also maintains a web portal with links to reputable Internet sources, such as:
In addition to the database and Internet resources, Yorkville also provides learning support to students in a variety of ways. The Student Online Support (SOS) site provides valuable advice to students on all aspects of academic study, such as managing research, searching for information, and citation styles.