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University of Calgary Calendar 2019-2020 Admissions A.14 Admission to Open Studies (Degree holder and Non-Degree holder)
A.14 Admission to Open Studies (Degree holder and Non-Degree holder)

Open Studies is administered by the Office of the Registrar. Students in this registration category are permitted to take credit courses, however are not admitted to a program leading to degree, diploma or certificate. Open Studies degree holders and non-degree holder registration categories are available to students who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents.

Open Studies is a non-designated learning program as defined by the Alberta Government.

For information on exchange, visiting or the International Foundation Program (IFP), see the applicable section under Section A: Admissions.

Note: Current Open Studies students who wish to apply for admission to a degree program will have the application for admission fee waived, provided there is no more than a 12-month break between their studies and they have not attended another post-secondary institution.