The general admission requirement to the University of Calgary is Alberta Grade 12 graduation, or equivalent, and the completion of five courses at the 30 level (or equivalent). For information on equivalent courses visit ucalgary.ca/future-students/undergraduate/requirements. Students currently in grade 12 (or equivalent) will be considered for admission decisions using the early admission process or the standard admission process.
Students who have completed high school and who have fewer than 12 units at the post-secondary level will be considered for admission using the admission requirements outlined in section A.5.1.1.
Admission is competitive and meeting the minimum requirement does not guarantee admission.
Students presenting an approved option as their fifth course must obtain a minimum 65 per cent average on the remaining four courses in addition to meeting the program specific competitive admission average.
Students must submit their application and supporting documents by the deadlines outlined in section A.3 (Deadline Dates for Undergraduate Applications for Admission and Supporting Documents).
For more information on how to apply visit: ucalgary.ca/future-students/undergraduate/apply.
The University reserves the right to require additional assessments in cases where questions exist concerning documentation.