PEI Colleges and Universities


Colleges and Universities in Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island, often nicknamed "The Garden Province" or simply "The Island," is the smallest of Canada's 13 provinces. The population of the island is more than 142,000, and rolling hills, woods, red cliffs, sandy beaches and private coves are everyday sights. Despite the island's size, there are a variety of options for higher education. Students attending the University of Prince Edward Island, located in Charlottetown, the province's capital, can expand their knowledge in fields such as business, education, nursing, veterinary medicine, and more. Other educational opportunities can be found through trade schools offering specific programs. If you want to enter a truck-driving school, the police academy or even a beauty school, you can find options right on PEI.


Life after college on Prince Edward Island

While it's hard to imagine that you'd have access to a wide range of learning opportunities on an island, you can truly find much of the training you need. Occupations and average hourly wages in PEI include:

  1. Hairstylists and barbers: CAN $10.10
  2. Non-commissioned police officers: CAN $22.50
  3. Registered nurses: CAN $29.55
  4. Sales, marketing and advertising managers: CAN $21.90
  5. Truck drivers: CAN $14.85

No matter what kind of education you seek, you can see if it's offered on PEI. If you can't find it there, and you still want to make this island province your home, online colleges could open even more possibilities.



See also: PEI Vocational Schools and Career Training

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            Other Colleges & Universities in PEI

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            PEI government's education site
            Holland College
            Charlottetown. Business, communication, health, law enforcement, tourism, trades, and technology
            Maritime Christian College
            Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island www.maritimechristiancollege.pe.ca
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