Transfer Resources

The University of Lethbridge is an exceptional choice for continuing your educational pursuits. Regardless of where you are transferring to the U of L from, we offer information and resources to assist you in making sure you receive appropriate transfer credit for courses you have taken at other institutions. For information regarding admission requirements please see Transfer Admission Requirements.

Transfer Credit

Many students are eligible to have some or all previous post-secondary work transferred for credit toward completion of their U of L degree. Transfer credit is awarded upon admission to the U of L. Detailed course outlines may be required for courses that have not been previously assessed for transfer credit by the U of L.

The minimum grade required for a course to be accepted for transfer to the U of L is a ‘D’; however, degree and program requirements may differ. As an example, the Bachelor of Management degree requires a minimum grade of ‘C-’ in Statistics 1770; Economics 1010 and Economics 1012; Writing 1000 OR a university English course; and all Management courses in order to meet degree requirements. Unspecified course credit (1xxx, 2xxx, etc.) denotes that the U of L does not offer the specific course you transferred in, but we recognize it and treat it as a university-level course. An unspecified course may not meet a specific course requirement. For example, if CHEM 1000 is required in your program, you may not use CHEM 1xxx to fulfill that requirement. Please contact a Student Program Advisor for more information and program planning assistance.

Curious about what may be available for transfer from your current or previous institution? See the Transfer Equivalency Database to view our transfer credit equivalents for courses completed at other post-secondary institutions.

Post-Diploma

If you have already received a diploma from a recognized college, you may be able to match this to a Post-Diploma degree program at the U of L. Once admitted to the University of Lethbridge, you will need to complete about twenty semester courses, depending on the particular program, in order to satisfy degree requirements. For current information on approved diploma programs, visit www.uleth.ca/postdiploma.

Application and Document Deadlines

You are encouraged to apply well ahead of the application deadlines. For detailed information, please visit our website www.uleth.ca/ross/admission-information/application or contact Admissions (SU140 | email: admissions@uleth.ca | phone: 403-382-7134).

Year of Calendar

A student admitted to a program offered by the University of Lethbridge is governed by program requirements of the University Calendar in effect at the time of admission, but the current Calendar in all other respects (e.g. fees, course prerequisites). Contact a Student Program Advisor at the U of L if you have any questions.