University of Alberta

  • Ukrainian Language Education Centre

    The Ukrainian Language Education Centre (ULEC) publishes a variety of Ukrainian language educational resource material for primary and secondary school teachers and students. It houses a collection of resource materials, including a film, video and audio library.

  • Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies [PDF]

    Canadian citizens, permanent residents of Canada, and foreign students are eligible may enroll in a university program in one of the following areas: education, history, law, humanities, arts, social sciences, women's studies, library sciences, etc. The dissertation itself must be on a Ukrainian or Ukrainian-Canadian topic.

  • Canadian Institute of Nordic Studies

    The Canadian Institute for Nordic Studies (CINS) was established in 1987 to promote multidisciplinary academic and cultural interest in the Nordic countries of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, including the Faeroe Islands and Greenland. The mandate of the Institute is national and it cooperates with the national organization, the Association for the Advancement of Scandinavian Studies in Canada (AASSC).

Grant MacEwan College (University of Alberta)

  • Ukrainian Resource & Development Centre

    The Ukrainian Resource and Development Centre fosters innovation, leadership, and education within the national and international communities in community development, arts, digital communication, business and education, assisting Ukrainian Canadians to develop and retain their cultural identity and participate more effectively in the multicultural life of Canada.

University of Calgary

  • Language Research Centre

    The Language Research Centre (LRC) focuses on language teaching and the effective use of technologies. It aims to develop and distribute leading-edge strategies for enhancing second language education and thus create a more articulate, literate, multicultural and internationally effective citizenry. Languages taught include French, Italian, Spanish, german, Russian, Chinese and Japanese.