Admission routes are ways of categorizing different undergraduate students according to their academic qualifications. The University of Lethbridge recognizes Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate programs.
Which admission route fits you?
You are currently completing high school requirements for the first time at a Canadian high school, and are applying for admission to the Fall semester.
Your high school qualifications are sufficient and you have completed 3 or more transferable* courses; or you have completed 8 or more transferable* courses.
You have completed an appropriate two- or three-year diploma at a college or technical institute, and are applying for a post-diploma degree program in Agriculture, Computer Science, Environmental Science, Fine Arts (Art, Dramatic Arts, Multidisciplinary, New Media or Music), Geography (with a Concentration in Geographical Information Science), Health Sciences (Addictions Counselling), Management, or Nursing.
Your qualifications match none of the above, but a combination of your education and life experiences have prepared you for university entrance.
*'Transferable courses' are courses completed at a university, college or technical institute which may be transferred for credit to your University of Lethbridge program. Typically, a transferable course is defined as a 3-credit, semester course.
Refer to Part 1 - Admissions, of the University of Lethbridge Calendar for further information on Admission Routes.