Living And Studying In Edmonton
Edmonton is the capital of Alberta and is a cultural, educational, and governmental hub. Edmonton is located in Central Alberta and situated on the North Saskatchewan River with a population of nearly 1 million residents.
Featuring a bustling downtown city core, Edmonton is an affordable city full of diverse amenities and offerings to newcomers. Known as Canada’s “Festival City”, Edmonton hosts year-round celebrations that honor various sports, arts, cultures, and religions.
Edmonton draws tourists and residents alike through its rich cultural history and its beautiful location.
Popular Attractions in Edmonton
Edmonton experiences 4 full seasons every year. It varies from hot and sunny in the summertime to cold and snowy in the winter.
Edmonton has a strong public transit system – the Sundance College Edmonton campus is located directly beside both Light Rail Train and bus stops making transport within the city simple.
Transportation options include:
- Modern light rail
- Rental Vehicles
To see the services offered by Edmonton Transit, click here.
For more information about Calgary click here.
Newcomer Information and Services
- Alberta Health Services Website
- Alberta Health Care Insurance Plan (AHCIP)
- List of Community Health Centres – Edmonton and Area
- List of Walk-In Clinics and Wait Times – Edmonton and Area
- Edmonton Counselling Services
Visit our Edmonton campus today. On-campus, Sundance College students in Edmonton enjoy multiple amenities conveniently located near public transit. At campus, students will find helpful reception, student financial advisors onsite, and engaging classrooms.