Bishop's University offers B.A, B.B.A, B.Ed., B.Sc, M.A., M.Ed., M.Sc programs through three Divisions and two Schools. Please visit the academic programs section to learn more about our extensive program offerings.
Bishop's University boasts some of Canada's best university professors. Our 125 full time faculty members are involved in extensive research and publishing - however they have chosen to work at Bishop's because they love to teach and work with undergraduate students. Great emphasis is put on personal contact between students and professors through small classes and frequent use of seminars, laboratories, and tutorials.
Bishop's is located in the bilingual community of Lennoxville, a suburb of Sherbrooke, the 5th largest city in the province of Quebec. The Eastern Townships region offers exceptional outdoor recreational opportunities.
Bishop's 550 acre campus boasts 25 buildings including seven residences, two libraries, two theatres, outstanding classrooms, laboratory and athletic facilities, an arena, a historic chapel, a music recital hall, and a daycare. A duck pond and wildlife refuge, 10 tennis courts, an outdoor pool, and a golf course are also found on campus. Campus Map
The University was founded as Bishop's College in 1843 under the sponsorship of the Right Reverend G.J. Mountain, the Anglican Bishop of Quebec, with the assistance of a group of clergy and layman from the Eastern Townships. In 1853 Bishop's received a royal charter granting it the right to confer degrees. Bishop's remained under the aegis of the Church of England until 1947 when the Corporation of the University was reconstituted as a nondenominational body. Historical Timeline
Over 11,000 individuals around the world proudly claim Bishop's University as their alma mater. Bishop's graduates are among the most cohesive and supportive alumni groups in Canada. Alumni branches around the world host events throughout the year for graduates and friends of the University. Alumni & Friends