Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) is a purposeful, planned and assessed work-based experience that comes in many forms, including practicum courses, co-ops, service learning, and more. At KPU, students have the opportunity to integrate learning with its application in employment and/or community settings.
Our classes have a maximum of 35 students.
Student-centered learning environment that brings together students, instructors, guest lecturers, and industry experts
Our faculty have extensive real-world experience in their field, and a passion for teaching
Over 1,400 faculty and staff members
70+ researchers working on active sponsored research projects
School can be expensive, but we're here to help. We provide almost $2 million in scholarships and awards, and over $250,000 annually is available for students starting at KPU for the first time. Bursaries and other financial aid are also available.
Advising to help you succeed throughout your educational journey — course planning, major/minor selection, career options, and more!
Supports and resources for Aboriginal students, including KPU's Elder in Residence, Lekeyten, from the Kwantlen First Nation
We have a Learning Centre on each campus offering tutoring services, study resources, and workshops