University students develop new skills, build relationships, and discover the world through the study of arts, life, loyalty, and connection. The university is located in Calgary in the state of Alberta and there are plenty of opportunities available for graduates willing to work in the various departments.
Students can study a variety of academic programs. Many of them include practical work, whether in labs, using computers, or in simulation rooms, or practical experiences gained through jobs and employment opportunities.
One of the most important features of the university is the individual attention that the university gives to each student. The university attracts talented students from all over the world, allowing them to study in a stimulating learning environment capable of preparing them for employment in various business sectors.
The university provides a comprehensive and safe university environment for students, and the International Student Support Center offers customized support for international students. The university supports an internal student community, so students always feel a sense of belonging to it. All students can benefit from comprehensive academic support, career guidance, recreational facilities, and .
Annual rate of tuition fees
4,060 Canadian dollars
12,500 Canadian dollars
A student is considered an international applicant if:
- You live outside Canada and need a visa or license to study in Canada.
- An international student already enrolled in the university's English Language Program (ESL.)
- An international student studying at another Canadian university.
- Lives and works in Canada but is not a citizen or permanent resident.
The university has a practical admission policy for most of its academic programs, but each program has its own requirements. Non-English speaking international students must meet the English language proficiency requirements and English language proficiency can be demonstrated by the following tests and results or their equivalent:
- TOEFL: 86, with a minimum skill score of 20.
- IELTS: 6.5 with no less than 5.5 in any skill.
- Pearson Academic Test: 58, with a minimum skill score of 55.
- CAE Exam: A C1 or C2 score of 180 or an acceptance score of C.
Students who do not meet the entry requirements can study the International Foundation Program to develop English language skills, complete required high school degrees, and earn these course credits or diplomas.
Funding and scholarships
International students must cover all tuition fees and living costs while studying at the university. The university offers some financial support options in the form of scholarships to outstanding students in order to ease the financial burden on them. The list of aids and grants includes: