Professional Entrance & Transfer scholarships

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Coming to the University of Alberta is a great choice, and we want to make it worth your while. There are a number of scholarships specifically for students entering a professional program or transferring from another post-secondary institution.

Not sure what scholarships you're eligible for? No problem! Fill out our scholarship application and, based on your background, experiences, and interests, we'll assess you for a match.

All professional entrance and transfer scholarships are application-based.

You must apply to an undergraduate degree program before you can apply for any transfer scholarships.

Application Opens: April 1 (Due to technical issues, the application will open on April 6. To help prepare your application, please watch the Scholarships 101 video below. This video was filmed for continuing students, but is also applicable to you as the scholarship questions asked are the same.)

Closing Deadline: June 1

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Eligibility

Depending on the scholarship or award, selection will be based on academic standing and/or demonstrated exceptional leadership. Secondary criteria may include but are not limited to; financial need, residency, extracurricular activities and/or previous award funding. Funding levels vary annually and selection is competitive. Candidates must meet the following base academic criteria for transfer scholarships:

  • Present an admission average that meets or exceeds those required for the specific scholarship.

  • Be transferring from another post-secondary institution into a full-time undergraduate program OR be entering full-time studies in the first year of a professional degree (Law, Medicine, Dentistry, or Pharmacy) OR after degree program (ex. Nursing or Education).

  • Scholarship offers are conditional on the accuracy of your self-recorded grades. If there is a discrepancy between your self-recorded grades and your final official transcript, your scholarship offer could be revoked.


Scholarships 101