International Applicants

We encourage international prospective students and applicants to contact the International Centre for questions relating to visas, immigration, and study permits. The International Centre offers assistance to University of Lethbridge students from other countries and provides international students with ongoing support and advice in all matters, including academic and personal concerns, immigration, on and off-campus employment regulations, cultural transition, housing, and financial issues.

You can contact the International Centre by email at international@uleth.ca, or by phone at 403-329-2053. The International Centre is located in SU040.

International applicants should note the admission requirements for the country in which your undergraduate study was completed.

Please see the Admission information webpage to learn about program-specific admission requirements and application steps.

Note: Students who are graduates of non-Canadian universities must provide notarized English translations of all documents not in the English language.

The International Centre offers assistance to University of Lethbridge students from other countries. The International Centre provides international students with ongoing support and advice in all matters, including academic and personal concerns, immigration, on and off-campus employment regulations, cultural transition, housing, and financial issues.

You can contact the International Centre by email at international@uleth.ca, or by phone at 403-329-2053. The International Centre is located in SU040.

Applicants from other countries must present qualifications comparable to those of Canadian applicants. Applicants to master’s programs should note the admission requirements for the country in which their undergraduate study was completed.

All applicants, regardless of citizenship or country of origin, must satisfy the English Language Proficiency (ELP) requirements for graduate students. English is the primary language of instruction and communication at the University. Prior to registration, all applicants to the School of Graduate Studies must demonstrate English language proficiency sufficient to meet the demands of classroom instruction, written assignments, research, and participation in tutorials and discussions. Please see English Language Proficiency (ELP) requirements for graduate students for information on meeting the ELP requirement.