Counsellors, Career Practitioners & Teachers


Deadlines and Admissions 101

Applying to the University of Alberta should be as easy as ready, set, apply! Download our one-page overview of important dates, deadlines and how to apply.

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Competitive Averages

We encourage students to apply early, as admission is competitive, works on a rolling basis and space in each program is limited. To better serve prospective students, historical admission averages are now listed at

Please note: these historical admission averages do not serve as a guarantee for future admission.

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Counsellors' Toolkit

Having the right resources to support your students is important, which is why we have prepared a toolkit with digital assets, resources and more!

Access the Toolkit

 To download the toolkit, please request access.

What's Happening This Year?

From campus tours to advising to in-person and virtual events, there are many ways we bring the best of the U of A to students across the country.

Recruitment Events
We continue to offer a variety of in-person and virtual events for students to learn more about programs, admissions, scholarships, applications and more.
Campus Tours
Book an in-person or virtual campus tour to explore what our campus has to offer.
Virtual Advising
Both general and faculty-specific virtual advising sessions are available to help students get answers to their university-related questions. 
Custom Presentations
If you would like to request a specific session for your students, please email us at to get things started.
Students can connect with a current U of A student using our Unibuddy platform and hear all about the student experience straight from the source!

Supporting Your Students

Every student is different so we want to provide you with all of the information and resources you require to suit their needs. Whether it’s additional support or enhanced opportunities, we can help.

AP / IB Students

We recognize the achievements of AP and IB students and want them to continue their studies here at the U of A. When assessing applications, we will use their AP or IB grade if it is higher than the provincial equivalent. Students can also be recognized with transfer credit, advanced placement or credit by special assessment.

Learn more by visiting AP Students and IB Students.

Indigenous Students

Our Indigenous Students page contains more information about admission options, the Transition Year Program, as well as student services and support, special events, student housing and more.

We're also able to support Indigenous students who are considering applying for post-secondary through one-on-one advising and assistance with a variety of topics.

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International Students Studying in Canada

We value the diversity that can be found on campus, and we want to ensure our international students feel supported. With over 43,000 students from 162 countries on campus, your students can find their place and a community here. We want to help them every step of the way!

Visit International Students Studying in Canada for information about evaluation using foreign transcripts, English Language Proficiency requirements and support available on campus for our international students.

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