Aurora College

Aurora College, formerly Arctic College, is a college in the Northwest Territories, Canada with campuses in Inuvik, Fort Smith and Yellowknife. They have learning centres in 23 communities in the NWT. The head office for Aurora College is located in Fort Smith.

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Aurora College - Research Institutes
... The Aurora Research Institute, a division of Aurora College, has three Research Centres since science must be accessible to people and relevant to their everyday lives ... Aurora Research Institute is dedicated to the advancement of indigenous knowledge and the joining of indigenous knowledge with western science ... Aurora Research Institute offers licensing and research assistance in the Northwest Territories ...
Higher Education In The Northwest Territories
... There are only 2 post-secondary institutions in the NWT Aurora College and Academy of Learning College ... The former Arctic College was split into Aurora College and Nunavut Arctic College when Nunavut Territory was created in 1999 ... Aurora College has campuses in Inuvik, Fort Smith and Yellowknife ...
Higher Education In Canada - Higher Education Systems in Canada - Northwest Territories
... The only post-secondary institution in the NWT is Aurora College ... The former Arctic College was split into Aurora College and Nunavut Arctic College when Nunavut Territory was created in 1999 ... Aurora College has campuses in Inuvik, Fort Smith and Yellowknife ...

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