Based on the EDUopinions rankings, the Mount Royal University rating is 4.1. If you want to know more about this school, read the student reviews on our website.
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Great place to learn. I loved how classes felt personal and smaller in size. Professors are great and care about your progress. Also, they have pretty awesome advisors whom you can reach for any questions.View more
I’m quite new to the business program at Mount Royal University and I was unsure of the steps I should take so I consulted a few of the advisors. They really assisted me with the entire process and now I’m al set for my first semester.View more
In my opinion, as an international student, this university offers a wide panorama of major offerings for international as well as local students, if you are unsure of your career or some academic limitations don’t allow you to get into the program of your choice they offer programs that help you decide or get academically ready for the major of your choice. It is a university that has a lot of clubs that allow you to integrate better into the school environment as well as into the community. Talking about capacity it is a small university, but that allows the student to get to know better the professors and campus facilities and services. There is a variety of classes from which you get to choose and the university has classes called General Education Courses which allow you as a student to take classes that don’t necessarily involve your career of choice, opening more study programs available for them. The faculty is well prepared for helping you solve your questions and teach you the necessary knowledge. If you are an international student looking for a university in Canada this one is pretty exceptional, the professors, alumni, and staff help you along the way to make your international learning experience unforgettable.View more
Love it psychology is such an awesome program!! It lets you learn things about the body and mind that regular school doesn’t teach you. University is where we start to learn in depth. It is crazy to think that four bodies and kinds are so different but work together )View more
The program I was in was health & physical education majoring in physical literacy. It’s a great program if you are interested in sports and a healthy lifestyle, the problem is that there are so many unrelated aspects that you have to take. Like general education courses which make it a 4-year degree when it could be a 3-year degree. Almost all the professors are easygoing and helpful but one professor for the first years is a very unpleasant one. A lot of helpful information to learn in this program, it opens the doors for careers in Gym teaching, coaching, and personal training. Health and physical education programs also have other majors like athletic therapy and outdoor tourism major and sports and recreation management major. However physical literacy and athletic therapy is the one that involves the most option to continue your education with a master’s degree in physiotherapy, sports med or even Med school. Would recommend it to students who love sports. Assignment loads aren’t as big as others, a lot of research papers though. Professors love to help and make the marking systems in your favour.View more
I applied to MRU because it has a CIDA accredited Bachelor of Interior Design program. This university is nice when it comes to getting help from faculty and staff. The courses look very interesting and I look forward to learning at MRU.View more
I have been at the school for a year now and I can say that it’s not completely terrible however, there are things I would change or don’t like. My program is very fun and I have liked it but sometimes the teachers for my classes end up being bad teachers. I had one experience where a teacher marked my assignment while being in a mood and gave me a lower grade. Most teachers are good but some have bad days and decide to take it out on their students. However, asides from this one issue I would say that this school has no other issues in my eyes.View more
Mount Royal University is a small university that values its small class sizes, the professors make every effort to get to know each student by name and to be involved with their success. The campus is relatively easy to navigate and
is accessible to all. The anthropology program was as expected and I appreciated the many options of classes that were available. I would recommend the Mount Royal anthropology program to anyone with a passion for anthropological study. You won’t feel alone as you figure out the beginnings of university life because there are many resources to access that help with every aspect needed to be successful. Mount Royal also has many international students and many opportunities for joining clubs and outside activities. Overall, I would recommend Mount Royal to any friends or family and know that it would be a good fit.
I have found this school to be very hands-on with students allowing you to form better connections with professors. All of my courses have been 40 kids max which is very nice. The majority of professors are extremely kind and will do what they can to help support students.View more
MRU has a small campus and small community- you often see people you know in the hallways and professors know you by name and have a genuine interest in your success. MRU makes you feel like a valued student and nearing the end of your degree, professors treat you more as a future colleague than a student. Overall, a really supportive environment.
I wished there would have been a bit better advising in terms of the different studying streams (honours program vs regular degree) and what graduate schools expect from applicants- a lot of that was glossed over.View more