The seventeenth International Comparative Rural Policy Studies (ICRPS) Summer Institute will take place in Brandon, Manitoba, Canada, from June 19 to July 3, 2020. The institute will be hosted by the Rural Development Institute at Brandon University and the Brandon University Faculty of Arts. The institute will convene for fourteen days and will involve approximately Read More ...
The 2020 ICRPS summer institute will be held at the Brandon University, Manitoba ( 270 – 18th Street). Brandon University is a co-educational, non-denominational, government-supported institution within the Province of Manitoba. Its institutional values include personalized education, excellence in teaching and research, creativity and innovation, and community engagement and partnerships. Brandon University embraces cultural diversity and is particularly committed to the education of First Nations, Métis and Inuit people.
Brandon University educates students to be engaged citizens and leaders. The institution has a long and strong tradition of liberal education. It began life in 1899 as a Baptist liberal arts college but became non-denominational in 1938. Brandon University received its charter in June 1967 on the occasion of the visit of Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra. For further details, please visit the Brandon University website.
Most of the ICRPS 2020 sessions will be held at the Brandon University Campus. Student will also be staying primarily at the campus.
Brandon university is located at the city of Brandon, Manitoba, Canada. Brandon is the second-largest city in the province of Manitoba, Canada. It is located in the southwestern corner of the province on the banks of the Assiniboine River, approximately 214 km (133 mi) west of the provincial capital, Winnipeg, and 120 km (75 mi) east of the Saskatchewan border. Brandon covers an area of 77.41 km2 (29.89 sq mi) and has a population of 48,859, while its census metropolitan area has a population of 58,003. It is the primary hub of trade and commerce for the Westman region as well as parts of southeastern Saskatchewan and northern North Dakota, an area with a combined population of over 180,000 people. Read More
Check out Brandon university campus video below: by Tamara Pimentel