For 110 years,
a small community with big potential.
Burman University is accredited by the Adventist Accrediting Association (AAA) offering Campus Alberta Quality Council (CAQC) approved bachelor degree programs. We offer over 35 major or track choices in bachelor degree programs in our Division of Arts, Division of Science, School of Business, and School of Education. We are one of 15 Adventist universities in North America, but we are the only Seventh-day Adventist university in Canada. We are sponsored by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Canada (SDACC).
Burman University is located within hereditary indigenous land and acknowledges that the land on which we gather is Treaty 6 territory, established in 1876, the traditional home, and meeting ground for many Indigenous peoples, including the Blackfoot, Dene, Cree, and Métis. Burman University is committed to doing its part to address the legacy of broken promises and rebuild productive, partnership relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Peoples in Central Alberta and across Canada.
11:1 student to professor ratio
37 countries represented
30+ clubs on campus
With a smaller student body population than most universities, Burman University boasts a 11:1 student to professor ratio. Our 35 full-time faculty professors are committed to providing quality education for all of our students. Their commitment and passion for education create an unforgettable experience for students. With such talented and experienced individuals, Burman University is confident that our students receive the best education, acquiring the knowledge and tools they need to be the best in their chosen field.
With over 37 countries represented on campus, Burman University is proud of our diverse student body population coming from different countries, cultures, and backgrounds. We strive to celebrate the differences, encouraging our campus family to learn from one another and grow with each other. Our diversity has prompted the creation of over 30 clubs on campus that focus on different cultures, hobbies, and interests.