Graduate Application and Document Deadlines

Application Fee | Supporting Documents

Program
Semester of Admission
Spring 2015
(Jan. - Apr.)
Summer 2015
(May - Aug.)
Fall 2015
(Sept. - Dec.)
Spring 2016
(Jan. - Apr.)
Master of Arts -
All majors except for Individualized Multidisciplinary major with a Social Sciences Concentration in Anthropology, Kinesiology, Sociology or Women and Gender Studies
October 1
February 1
February 1 (First Round)1
May 1 (Second Round)1
October 1
Master of Arts -
Individualized Multidisciplinary major with a Social Sciences Concentration in Anthropology, Kinesiology, Sociology or Women and Gender Studies
October 1
-
February 1 (First Round)1
May 1 (Second Round)1
October 1
Master of Science -
All majors except for Addictions Counselling, Health Sciences, and Nursing
October 1
February 1
February 1 (First Round)1
May 1 (Second Round)1
October 1
Master of Science -
Addictions Counselling, Health Sciences, and Nursing
-
-
February 1
-
Master of Counselling
-
December 1
-
-
Master of Education - All Majors
-
December 1
-
-
Master of Fine Arts - All Majors
-
-
February 1
-
Master of Music
-
-
February 1
-
Master of Science in Management -
All majors
-
-
February 1
-
Doctor of Philosophy - All majors
October 1
February 1
February 1 (First Round)1
May 1 (Second Round)1
October 1

1 There are two rounds of admission for Fall (September 1) entry to the M.A., M.Sc. and Ph.D. programs. The Second Round of admission is intended for applicants who are unable to confirm funding from external agencies (e.g., NSERC) before February 1. Applicants who can confirm funding before February 1 should submit their application for the First Round of admission. Spaces are limited in these programs; early applications are encouraged.

Application Fee

The initial application fee for admission to a Master's or Ph.D. program is $100.
Subsequent applications for admission to a level of studies are assessed an application fee of $25.

Supporting Documents

All unofficial supporting documents are submitted via the online application system available at www.uleth.ca/graduatestudies/apply.

1. Official Documents

All transcripts of studies completed at universities, colleges or other post-secondary institutions must be sent directly from the issuing institution to the University of Lethbridge. It is not necessary to submit official transcripts of studies completed at the University of Lethbridge.

Other documents - Applications to some programs must be supported by such documents as standardized tests, letters of reference, etc. Official documents must be forwarded directly from the issuing institution to the University and letters of reference are submitted online by the referee.

General - Photocopied and facsimile transcripts will only be accepted as interim documents, pending receipt of final, official documents.

2. Interim Transcripts and Early Admission

An applicant who is currently completing studies at a post-secondary institution must submit their interim transcript via the online application system, available at www.uleth.ca/graduatestudies/apply. In addition to arranging for a final transcript of these studies. Interim transcripts allow an applicant to be considered for an early offer of admission.

When admission is offered by the University prior to completion of studies elsewhere, receipt of final satisfactory transcripts shall be a condition of admission.

3. Final Transcripts

Final, official, satisfactory transcripts of all post-secondary work are required of all individuals offered admission to the University. Failure to meet this requirement by the appropriate deadline may lead to cancellation of registration.