New Transfer Admission Route

If you have already completed 3 or more transferable semester courses, at one or more post-secondary institutions, you will be considered a New Transfer applicant.

Programs available to New Transfer applicants
English Language Proficiency requirement (applies to all students whose first language is not English)

Your admission to the UofL will be determined by your Admission GPA, as calculated by our Admissions office. Admission GPA is the grade point average on all your transferable courses, regardless of your grades on each one. Courses taken at a college or technical institution which are not transferable do not affect your admission status. The admission average is a cumulative GPA of 2.00 on the 4.0 scale. Some programs have a higher GPA requirement. The GPA requirement for College Diploma applicants varies according to the program.

The Alberta Transfer Guide made available by the Alberta Council on Admissions and Transfer should be consulted for courses taken at Alberta colleges and technical institutes. The British Columbia Council on Admissions and Transfer, as well as the specific transfer agreements between the UofL and College of the Rockies and between the UofL and Selkirk College may also be helpful.

Applicants from other post-secondary institutions should be prepared to submit detailed course outlines to have their courses assessed for transfer credit.