University description (as per official university website)
Applying to university means having questions...lots of them! The Admissions Office has the answers to your questions on application procedures, admission requirements and more.
See the School of Graduate Studies for admission requirements to graduate programs.
Download the 2009-2010 Admission Guide.
Applying to the University
It's easy to become a member of the UofL community. This simple guide will show you how it happens, from the moment you submit an application, to the day you attend your first class.
When you apply to the UofL, you will be admitted through an admission route. Admission routes are determined by your academic qualifications, including Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate programs.
Are you applying as an international student? You should note admission requirements for your country. If your first language is not English, you will be required to meet the English Language Proficiency Requirement. The International Centre for Students is also available to answer any questions you may have.
Residence Requirements/Time Limits
The UofL has residence requirements for its programs which are satisfied through successful completion of courses at the UofL. Some programs also have time limits for completion. For example, in the Faculty of Arts and Science, at least one-half of the courses required in the major discipline must be be completed at the University of Lethbridge. Please be aware of these requirements/limits in planning your education.
Transfer Credit Agreements
The UofL has several transfer credit agreements with other colleges and universities. Besides information provided for new transfer and post-diploma applicants, the following sites can help you evaluate courses that you may have taken elsewhere and their transferability to a UofL program (and vice versa):