In addition to accepting many different international curricula, UAlberta allows advanced standing or transfer credit for certain courses.
The University of Alberta accepts and evaluates a variety of international curricula.
Students applying for admission from high school must show that they have successfully completed five academic subjects. The academic subjects you need to present will vary by program and Faculty. Find out which subjects you will need to present for your program of choice with the program finder.
Some programs may have post-secondary prerequisites.
There are a few ways to show you meet UAlberta's English Language Requirement. You can:
If you select a program related to Health Sciences or Education, you will be required to meet the Spoken English Language Proficiency Requirement. Please refer to the University Calendar for how to meet this requirement.
The minimum admission average to be accepted to UAlberta varies depending on the Faculty and program of your choice. The averages change each year.
Subjects are categorized into a few groups: English, Group A (Humanities/Social Sciences), Group B (Fine Arts), and Group C (Mathematics and Sciences). Each program will have a different selection of required courses.