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Athabasca University public research institution in Canada, primarily provides distant learning online. It is one of four comprehensive academic and research universities and was founded in 1970. In the globe, Athabasca University is ranked 1424th. ranked #44 on a national scale. The admittance rate at Athabasca University is 75%.

Entry Requirements:

Undergraduate:

Intermediate Certificate or Higher Secondary School Certificate A grade of 70% or higher
International Baccalaureate: minimum of 27 to 32 points

A-levels:  ABB—BBB

Postgraduate:

A four-year baccalaureate degree equivalent from a recognized institution grade point average (AGPA) of 3.0

English Language requirements:

Undergraduate:

IELTS:  6.0 with no band below 5.5

TOEFL: (internet-based test) score of 80 or PBT (paper-based test) score of 550

 Postgraduate:

IELTS:   6.0, with no individual band below 6.0.

TOEFL:  The minimum satisfactory score is 550 (PBT) or 80 (iBT)

Tuition fee per year:

Arts Degree: 18,690

Architecture 18,690

Business Degree:  18,690

Engineering Degree:  18,690

Education 18,690

Health Sciences 18,690

Law 18,690

Medicine 18,690

Nursing: 18,690

Physiotherapy: 18,690

Psychology: 18,690

Science Degree: 18,690

Postgraduate:

Postgraduate Diploma in Environmental Public Health Practice: 13,050

Arts Degree: 18,190

Architecture 18,190

Business Degree:  18,190

Engineering Degree: 18,190

Education 18,190

Health Sciences 18,190

Postgraduate Diploma in Information Security: 13.050

Living cost:


Student residences: 250 – 625 CAD/monthbasic utilities (electricity, water, heating, garbage): 150 CAD/monthinternet: 50-70 CAD/monthtransport pass is 90 CAD/month

Admission fee: $123

Undergraduate General Application Form

https://www.athabascau.ca/registrar/_documents/ug-gaf.pdf

Undergraduate Course Registration Form

https://www.athabascau.ca/registrar/_documents/ug-crsreg.pdf

Undergraduate students

Admission requirements:

There are no formal admission requirements for either the 3-year or the 4-year program. All you need is to be 16 or older. You can enroll anytime and start right away, regardless of your previous education.

Most graduate programs have specific intake dates. If you miss an application deadline, you will have to wait for the next intake to apply

https://tux.athabascau.ca/oros/servlet/DispatcherServlet?action=GRApplication

Scholarship:

Undergraduate/ Postgraduate:

AU Undergraduate Outstanding Achievement Scholarships

Donor: Athabasca University

Value: $1,000 for degree program recipients; $500 for certificate or diploma program recipients.

Number awarded: One for each year of an undergraduate degree, certificate, or diploma program.

Award details

Students may receive these scholarships once in a year of program study, as defined above.

Please note that this is a “Nomination” type of award for which there is no application process required. The recipients are determined by an internal selection process and notified directly of their award by the AU Student Awards Unit.

Alberta Graduate Excellence Scholarship

Value Minimum award of $11,000 and maximum of 15,000

Eligibility Criteria

You must be enrolled full-time in a master’s, doctoral, or graduate level program. Graduate level programs must be able to ladder into a master’s degree program.

To receive this award, you must also be enrolled in:
At least 60% of a full course load (40% of a full course load if you are a student with a disability) in at least one term of study in a graduate program, and
the Fall 2022 and/or Winter 2023 term.

Applicants must also meet one of the following eligibility criteria:

Canadian citizen, Permanent Resident of Canada or Protected Person,

An international student, or

Status Indian/First Nations, Non-Status Indian/First Nations, Métis or Inuit.

Wayne Perry MEd (DE) Student Research Award

Donor: Dr. Pamela Walsh

Value: $1000

Number awarded: 1

Annual application deadline November 15

Award details

The Wayne Perry Master of Education in Distance Education (MEd) Research Award is awarded annually to a student at Athabasca University. It provides recognition and support for exceptional students pursuing a Masters degree through the Centre for Distance Education at Athabasca University. This award intends to provide the student with funds to support their graduate research.

Conditions of eligibility:

An applicant must meet the following criteria to be eligible to apply for this award:

  • Be a current student of the AU MEd (DE) Program
  • Have successfully completed at least 12 months of the MEd (DE) program
  • Have minimum GPA of 3.5
  • Have completed or be currently enrolled in their third thesis course this calendar year – MDDE703: Research Proposal Writing
  • Be in good academic standing
  • Have not received this award

Submit a fully completed application, and any required enclosures, to the Student Awards Unit at Athabasca University.

Application form

https://www.athabascau.ca/support-services/_documents/student-awards/app-wayne-perry-med-de-student-research-award-v-oct-28-2019.pdf

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