Acadia University, Canada
Overview: The exchange program between Franklin College and Acadia University began in 1986. Students are enrolled at Acadia and select courses from their catalog. Acadia offers professional training programs within a liberal arts setting.
Institution: Canadian opinion leaders consistently rank Acadia University ahead of other undergraduate universities for its innovation and development of tomorrow's leaders.
Housing: Students reside on campus in the residence halls.
Course offerings: Students choose their courses from Acadia’s catalog. The university offers a broad range of liberal arts and professional courses.
Semester: Students can study during both fall and spring semesters.
GPA requirement: Must have a minimum GPA of 3.0. Participation is limited to students approved by the Canadian Studies faculty.
Information about Wolfville, Nova Scotia: Nova Scotia is one of the eastern or maritime provinces of Canada and is located roughly northeast of New England. You can find Wolfville by going up the west coast of Nova Scotia along the Bay of Fundy. In Wolfville, one can visit all the Evangeline Trail has to offer: fabulous farm markets, music and theatre, the Acadian mecca of Grand Pré National Historic Site, not to mention the 'world's highest' tides in the Minas Basin.