Talk of the first country-controlled university in the whole of Canada, then you would be referring to the First Nations University of Canada. Created in 1976, this institution has gone ahead to make its mark as a leading Indigenous university.
Exhaustively, the First Nations University of Canada covers every aspect of educational knowledge and inculcates them in running the affairs of learning. The school’s focus is proposed to giving students within the “walls” of the university the opportunity to be educationally successful so that they can positively influence societies.
FNUC, as most people prefer to call this great citadel, acknowledges every student across all ethnicities irrespective of their background. Every year, many indigenous students apply to this university, not only because of their educational prowess but also because of the lack of discrimination for any culture or civilization. FNUC creates a conducive learning environment for students to flourish academically, as well as allowing them to build and maintain a good network across different fields and conceptions.
As expected, the university offers different programs spanning across health, education, fine arts, indigenous business, and science with every understudy learning via both modern and conventional means.
In a bid to extending better familiarity and making sure that quality education is available to the locals at different regions, FNUC subdivides into three Saskatchewan campuses situated in Prince Albert, Saskatoon, and Regina. More so, the institution runs online-based classes to sum up for distance learning to give students a chance to quality education without considering distance as a barrier.