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Last updated December, 2013
The University of Alberta has more than 200 undergraduate programs, 110 master's degree programs and 60 PhD programs. The main campus's faculties range from business to education, to Native studies, medicine and dentistry. The Augustana campus offers a small-city undergraduate experience, while students at every level pursue their studies in French at Campus Saint-Jean.
Course descriptions are available on Bear Tracks (sign in as a “guest”)
- The “Course Listings” includes all course descriptions and credit weight.
- The “Schedule of Classes” outlines in detail the term, time and date, and location that each course is offered.
- Understanding Alberta's course numbering system
- Academic Year: September - April
- Fall Term: September - December
- Winter Term: January - April
Course Load and Minimum Unit Requirements
International students must remain registered in at least three courses (9 credits) per term to maintain full-time status for immigration purposes if they wish to work on-campus. Exchange students may take a maximum of five courses (15 credits) per term.
Accommodation and the Cost of Living
Accommodation is guaranteed to all exchange students who submit their applications by the deadline for a September start in either HUB International Residence or Lister Centre (other on-campus accommodation options are not guaranteed). For students starting in the January term, guaranteed housing is not available; however, there are usually less applications for housing at this time and students can expect to learn of their room offers in late November.
Estimated Cost of Living
Information is available at:
- University of Alberta International
- Preparing to come and arriving in Canada
- University of Alberta Handbook
Student Visa and Insurance
Information on Student Visas and Insurance for students going on exchange can be found elsewhere on this website.
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The University, City and Region
Created - in the words of its first president, Henry Marshall Tory - "for the uplifting of the whole people," the university is committed to inspiring the human spirit through outstanding achievements in learning, discovery and citizenship and building one of the world's great universities for the public good.
The University of Alberta is minutes from the North Saskatchewan River valley, North America's largest stretch of urban parkland. Historic Whyte Avenue, with its boutiques and coffee shops, is a short walk from campus, and downtown's Jasper Avenue, home to high-quality restaurants and nightlife, is a few LRT stops away.
The City of Edmonton and Region
Dubbed "festival city," Edmonton teems with culture and arts events year-round. Residents celebrate the sunny, warm summer with the second largest Fringe Theatre Festival in the world, the world-renowned Folk Music Festival, and Heritage Days, an outdoor feast honouring the city's multicultural community.
Edmontonians also enjoy dozens of fitness and sport training facilities, and the city is known for its professional sport franchises, including hockey, football, baseball and lacrosse teams.
With the country's top-ranked health system, a mild climate and the Rocky Mountains close by, Edmonton offers an outstanding quality of life.
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