Student Services

Enhance your student experience with academic resources, mental health and wellness, student groups, career development, study abroad opportunities, and more.

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Academic Resources

Find tools that will help you achieve your academic goals such as advising, exam preparation and writing workshops.

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Mental Health & Wellness

You are worthy of rest, support, connection, and wellness. Find in-person and virtual resources, wellness tips and more.

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Financial Resources

Find information about tuition and fees, loans, bursaries, scholarship opportunities and more.

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Student Life

Get involved with student clubs and stay connected with Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine events.

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Student Clinics & Programs

Did you know? The Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine is home to and participates in a variety of student clinics that attract community patients and allow students to get hands-on clinical experience.

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INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION

Complete clinical placements outside of Canada. Available for students with a strong academic and clinical history.

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Our Campuses

The Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine offers course-based programs in Edmonton and Calgary. Classes are delivered either face-to-face or by real-time web/videocast technology.

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  • 8,666

    total Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine alumni

  • 997

    graduate students

  • 1,372

    student clinical placements

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Graduation

Information on what you need to do to plan ahead of your graduation and what to expect.

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Student STORIES

Emilie Lefebvre stands outside the doors of École Terre des Jeunes in Calgary, one of 15 francophone schools in southern Alberta the U of A master’s grad serves as a speech-language pathologist. (Photo: Supplied)

Speech-language pathology grad helps francophone youth find their voice

Emilie Lefebvre’s career path has taken her back to her French-language roots, working in schools she once attended as a child.

Combined program was a perfect fit for grad with a passion for business and for helping people

Joseph El-Hamchaoui is the first to graduate from a new master’s program that marries business and physical therapy, and he’s already applying his new skills.

PhD grad finds her calling serving those who serve their country

As an occupational therapist and researcher, Chelsea Jones helps military members and veterans improve their physical and mental health.