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Kingston, Ontario, Canada
|Language of study||English|
|Semester 1 (Fall)||September-December|
|Semester 2 (Spring)||January-April|
|Times World Ranking||226-250|
|QS World Ranking||189|
Living costs 2014/15
Approximate living costs per semester:
|Return flight from UK||£700-900|
Students have the option of residing in on-campus housing or finding their own accommodation off-campus. Resources are available online if a student chooses to live off-campus.
Things to do
At the gateway to the 1000 Islands and the UNESCO designated Rideau Canal, Kingston is a city rich in history, culture, critically acclaimed attractions and cuisine. Kingston is touched by the currents of Lake Ontario, the St Lawrence River and the Cataraqui River, and as such has a colourful history impacted by people from different places in the United States and Canada.
Kingston is at the very Southern border of Canada, making travel to New York State fairly easy. Additionally, Montreal in French Canada is not a very far drive away either and will give you the opportunity to discover a very different Canadian culture living right next door.
Kingston experiences all four seasons, and has no dry season. The warm season lasts from 1 June to 19 September with an average daily high of 19°C. The average summer high is 25°C. The cold season lasts from 6 December to 15 March with average daily temperatures below 2°C. The average winter low is -11°C and the average winter high is -3°C.
Students studying in the following Schools are eligible to apply:
- English, Communication and Philosophy
- History, Archaeology and Religion
- Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies
- Social Sciences
- Planning and Geography