All applicants to the UofL (undergraduate, master's, or Ph.D.) must pay an application fee of $100. Students may submit only one application for admission per semester. A student who re-applies for admission after an absence from the UofL must pay an application fee of $25.
Through ApplyAlberta (Alberta Post-Secondary Application System), applicants authorize the University of Lethbridge to request transcripts on their behalf from Alberta Education and/or participating post-secondary institutions in Alberta.
Note that notarized English translations must accompany all documents not in English or French.
If you are a first time applicant currently completing high school in Canada, you should also self-report your actual/predicted marks on the application form. Do this for ALL grade 12-level courses you have completed or plan to complete by June of the current school year.
If the program you are applying for or your admission route requires other documents, you must arrange to have these sent directly to the Registrar's Office.
If you are applying through the mature student route, send your letter of intent and any other documentation to the Registrar's Office.
If you are applying to a Fine Arts program in
Your acknowledgement letter will contain:
Note: If you are eligible for early admission, we may be able to send your offer letter at this time.
If you are eligible for admission, your admission package will contain the following:
If you are a transfer student, you will receive a Transfer Credit Statement showing the courses for which you will receive credit and how they fit into the General Liberal Education Requirement.
If you are an international student, you will receive an Immigration Letter. Apply for a student visa as soon as possible at the nearest Canada Immigration office.
Return the Confirmation of Admission form (second page of your offer letter) before the expiry date with your tuition deposit. If your letter has expired, but you would still like to attend, contact us.