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Yukon University

Whitehorse, Canada



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Established in 1983, Yukon College, a university and a community college in Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada, tells us one of the best success stories of the institution building. Started as the Yukon Vocational and Technical Training center which has been operating since 1963, Yukon College was granted the community college and university status in the Spring of 1983. The university was given this status to increase the academic disciplines, faculties and research in the state of Yukon, Canada. Since then, Yukon College opened it’s 13 campuses and study hubs across Yukon. Today, Yukon College is comprised of six academic faculties including the School of Trades, Technology and Mining, School of Academic and Skill Development, School of Science, School of Liberal Arts, School of Health, Education and Human Services and the School of Business and Leadership. It also offers undergraduate, postgraduate, certification courses and diplomas in all six academies. The university has institutes and research centers including Northern Climate ExChange, Natural and Social Sciences, Northern Energy Innovation , Northern Mine Remediation, Centre for Northern Innovation in Mining, Indigenous Self-Determination Institute and University of the Arctic. The main purpose of all these institutes and centers is to focus on challenges of the present and future and come up with a research based solution in a very cost friendly manner. Not just this, Yukon College also uses online learning technology to provide the world class research atmosphere. With more than 6,500 undergraduate and 200 postgraduate students enrolled in Yukon College, there are approximately 200 academic staff present. The researchers and scholars are also found in the campus. The main campus of the university is situated in Whitehouse, Yukon. Apart from this, there are total 13 campuses spread across the nation including Teslin Campus, Watson Lake Campus, Mayo Campus, Old Crow Campus, Ross River Campus, Pelly Crossing Campus, Carmacks Campus, Haines Junction Campus, Carcross Campus, Faro Campus, Whitehorse Correctional Centre Campus, Ayamdigut Campus (in Whitehorse) and Dawson City Community Campus. The university d also affiliated with ACCC, Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies, CCAA, British Columbia Council on Admissions and Transfer, UArctic and CBIE.
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