The public research,University of Alberta, usually called U of A or Alberta, is situated in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Alexander Cameron Rutherford established it in 1908. The University of Alberta is ranked 135th among all universities worldwide. According to the QS Global University Rankings 2023, it is rated #110. 118th in the 2023 Global University Rankings. In that case, the university is listed by Times Higher Education as being in position 125 worldwide. The institution’s acceptance rate is 58%.
You can enter the University of Alberta using your HSC qualification. To obtain a conditional offer, you would need your school results, including your final year’s first semester. First Class/Division or 65%
International baccalaureate: range from 30-35 points (including additional points) depending on your program.
A level: AAA—AAB
Applicants are normally required to have completed a four-year baccalaureate degree, or its academic equivalent
English Language Requirements:
Undergraduate / Postgraduate
IELTS: at least 6.5, with no band less than 6.0.
TOEFL: 90 with a score of at least 21 on each of the individual skill areas (internet-based) or equivalent
University of Alberta fees
Arts Degree: 30,090
Business Degree: 27,540—35,700
Health Sciences 30,090
Science Degree: 30,090
Arts Degree: 8,874—13,311
Business Degree: 28,847
Engineering Degree: 8,874 – 40,290
Science Degree: 8,874
Engineering Management: 40,290
Project management: 11,220
Environmental Science: 40,290
Environmental Engineering: 40,290
In order to submit your application, you must submit an application fee of either CAD $125 application fee (for new applicants to the University of Alberta) or CAD $75 (for current or previous University of Alberta students). This application fee is non-refundable. Please note: the application fee varies for professional program applications
The deadline dates by which a completed international student application file must be received in the FGSR are:
- November 1 for January admission
- March 1 for May admission
- May 1 for July admission
Cost of Living Total (excluding tuition): $3,795 – $4,705 monthly
The University of Alberta scholarships:
Undergraduate / Postgraduate
Admission-based scholarships – no application required
International Admission Scholarship
Top students could receive up to $5,000 CAD, depending on the admission average.
Regional Excellence Scholarship
Top students from certain regions could receive up to $5,000 CAD, based on the admission average.
Gold Standard Scholarship
The top 5% of students in each faculty could receive up to $6,000, depending on the admission average.
Application-based scholarships – apply early
Application form : https://awardsapp.registrar.ualberta.ca/awards/login
Offers will be made starting in early Winter 2023.
President’s International DistinctionScholarship
Students with a superior admission average and demonstrated leadership qualities entering their first year of an undergraduate degree on a Student Visa Permit could receive up to $120,000 CAD (payable over 4 years).
International Leader Scholarship
Well-rounded leaders with superior academics may receive up to $10,000CAD.
May Quon Undergraduate Scholarship
Students with a superior admission average and self-declared financial need entering their first year of an undergraduate degree on a Student Visa Permit who are Chinese or Hong Kong citizens could receive up to $100,000 (payable over 4 years).