Students
enrolled

920

Average
Class size

18

Faculty/student
interaction

#2 in Canada

Degree
programs

27

Student
population

920

Countries
represented

33

Denominations
represented

50

Students in
leadership

1 in 12

Students Receiving
Scholarship

80%

average
scholarship

$1,200

annual increase
in dollars

21%

awarded
annually

$1 Mil.

The Christian Mind

In this blog series, President Gordon T. Smith explores the topic of the Christian Mind - Thinking Christianly. Dr. Smith offers insights and personal reflections on what vital place of the mind to the Christian faith calls us to a thoughtful and intentionally Christian approach to life and work. This series is published bi-monthly, on the 1st and 15th.

Read the latest post below

What do we mean by “a Christian mind”? If we are going to talk about thinking Christianly, it only follows that we need to be able to give some kind of answer to this question. While there are perhaps many different ways in which this could be framed, at the very least, a Christian mind is marked by six distinctive features—ways of being, seeing and thinking—which I offer here as a way...

higher learning meets higher purpose

Ambrose is a Christian university in Calgary, Alberta, that offers programs in Arts and Science, Business, Education, Ministry and Seminary, that are rigorous, relevant and accredited for today's most demanding careers.

At Ambrose University, you'll graduate with more than a degree and a funny shaped hat. You'll leave with a sense of belonging, a higher purpose and a better shaped view of the world -- one that only comes from a deep appreciation of God's purposes.

Small class sizes promise one-on-one interaction with our faculty who bring christian context to all aspects of learning to help you develop skills to lead, communicate and overcome objections in the world.

Ambrose University: 
Where higher learning meets higher purpose.

Programs

  • Additional Anthem: The arts in a time of pandemic

    The Fall 2020 issue of Anthem looked at Ambrose University’s core disciplines through the lens of the pandemic. In October 2020...

  • Simpson Symposium

    This year, 2020, has been all about adapting. Attending workshops and seminars, meeting and connecting with like-minded people...

  • Ambrose University President’s Communique: A follow up our June 2020 commitments

    In June of this year – in recognition of Juneteenth and national Aboriginal People’s Day, and in response to shooting deaths of minority ethnic individuals in North America – Ambrose University made a...

  • Paige Goertzen Named to CCAA Apprentice Coach Program

    On November 4, 2020, the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) announced the 2020-21 participants for the annual Female Apprentice Coach Program (FACP). Among the successful participants is...

"Smaller classes create opportunity for a more thorough understanding of class material, while they also promote deep friendships and community."

Bronwyn Schuman
Bachelor of Music, Bachelor of Arts in English
Class of 2018

"Keeping myself engaged in theological learning has helped to keep my pastoral work informed and personally engaging."

Jeremy Duncan
MA (Biblical/Theological Studies)
Class of 2019