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Study in Red Deer

: We maximize your chance of getting admitted to your chosen universities

The smart alternative to applying direct for a degree in Red Deer and the easy way to find programs that match your eligibility and aspirations

Why study in Red Deer?

Red Deer is a scenic city in Canada’s Alberta province. It’s situated on the Red Deer River and is surrounded by outstanding natural beauty. Red Deer is also a very multicultural place - it’s home to many cultures and languages.

The city has a population of over 100,000 - the locals are incredibly warm, welcoming, and friendly - the vibe is really homely in Red Deer. The local culture is wonderfully laid back, making for an awesome environment for international students.

Red Deer is known for its breathtaking nature sites, amazing wildlife, and fascinating heritage. There are also many restaurants, bars, attractions, and shopping outlets for international students to enjoy.

Getting around the city is easy thanks to Red Deer’s convenient public transport facilities. If you love exploring, larger Canadian cities like Edmonton and Calgary can be reached in around 90 minutes - perfect for a day trip.

Universities in Red Deer

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