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As a current high school student, the University of Calgary will review your application through our standard and early admission processes each time new grades are presented. We review based on the highest level of courses received at the time of review (this means that if you have completed a grade 12 (30 level) required course, this course will be used instead of the grade 11 (20 level) course.

Early Admission Process

The early admission process considers four approved program specific courses from grade 11 (20 level or equivalent). The admission office issues a smaller number of offers at a higher academic average during the early review with the majority of offers being issued through standard admission.

Standard Admission Process

The standard admission process considers five program specific courses from grade 11 or 12 (20 or 30 level or equivalent). At least one course must be at grade 12 (30 level or equivalent). Competitive admission averages are listed above.

Finalizing Admission

Students admitted through the early or standard process must complete all grade 12 (30-level or equivalent) course requirements, maintain the admission average required for admission in the year of application and obtain their Alberta Grade 12 Graduation (or equivalent).

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