Pre Professional Year:
The Alberta School of Business does not accept students directly from high school. All applicants must complete one year of pre-professional studies in French, in order to apply to the program. This year will generally be completed at Campus Saint-Jean (CSJ) in a program such as Arts or Science. Applicants can also enrol in another recognized post secondary institutions where they must complete the pre-professional requirements in French. If you have questions about admission to CSJ at the U of A, please consult the Office of the Registrar’s website and contact Campus St. Jean.
Applicants must demonstrate English Language Proficiency and French Language Proficiency as courses are taught in both languages.
1. Students must present a minimum of 24 credits of university transferable courses. = credits
2. Completion of the following five U of A CSJ:
ANGLAIS 111 ( 6), or 113 ( 6), or choose two of the following ANGLAIS courses: 122, 123, 124 and 126 ( 3 each)
ECONOMIE 101 ( 3) - Introduction à la micro-économie
ECONOMIE 102 ( 3) - Introduction à la macro-économie
MATHÉMATIQUES 114 ( 3) Calcul élémentaire
STATISTIQUE 151 ( 3) - Introduction à la statistique appliquée I
Applicants must possess a minimum GPA of 2.3 on that scale in their most recent consecutive Fall/Winter session (September through to April) before their application will be considered. A GPA of 2.3 and possession of the basic requirements does not guarantee admission and historically has not been a competitive GPA. All qualified applicants are ranked and admitted in order by GPA until the quota is full.The competitive GPA can fluctuate each intake due to the quality of the applicant pool and the number of spaces available in the undergraduate program quota.
How is the GPA calculated?
The GPA is calculated on the most recent Fall/Winter session (September to April) where a student has completed a minimum of 15 credits. If a student has more than 15 credits, all course work taken will be used to calculate the GPA. Calculations are based on university transferable courses and will include failed courses taken during the Fall/Winter session. Repeated courses, if previously passed, will not be included in the GPA calculation. The U of A uses a custom 4-point grading scale and GPAs will be converted to that scale.
March 1, 2020: Deadline to apply for Fall 2019 Admission
June 15, 2020: Official Transcript Deadline
Make sure to you submit the U of A application for admission form by March 1st in your pre-professional year. For information about admission policies,procedures and early admission conditions, please visit U of A Calendar Section: Faculty of Business. If you are attending another post-secondary institution, your official transcripts and documents are required by June 15. If you are a U of A student, you are not required to submit your U of A transcript.
Early Admission with Conditions:
Students are considered for Early Admission with Conditions in April and for Final Admission from June 15 to the end of August. Information on qualifying for Early Admission with Conditions is available in the U of A Calendar. To be considered, you must submit your application for admission and official non-U of A transcript (if applicable) to the Office of the Registrar by February 15.
For more information on the Bilingual BCom program, please consult the admission and program information sections in the U of A Calendar. If you have any questions, please contact the Undergraduate Program Office.