Located in Southern Alberta, The University of Lethbridge (U of L) is one of Canada’s leading undergraduate universities. With over 8,000 students from 60 countries, the U of L is known for its small class sizes where students receive individual attention from faculty members, many of them born and/or educated in other countries. The U of L offers 150 different undergraduate degree programs in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Sciences, Education, Fine Arts, Health Sciences, and Management. Graduate degrees in Arts, Sciences, Education, and Management are also offered through the School of Graduate Studies.
The U of L is consistently ranked as the leader in research among Canada’s undergraduate universities and is fortunate to employ some of the best researchers Canada has to offer. As a result, you can become involved in academic research or work-study opportunities that add value to your undergraduate degree.
Since English is the language of instruction at the U of L, we also offer a program called “English as a Second Language for Academic Purposes (EAP)” that prepares non-English speaking students for a degree at the University. The International Centre for Students provides assistance to international students from many countries and cultures.
Lethbridge, Alberta, with a population of 84,000, is situated 200 km south of Calgary and near the spectacular Banff National Park and 145 km northeast of Waterton National Park. Lethbridge is a friendly and multicultural city, and has many opportunities for an active lifestyle. One of the sunniest cities in Canada, Lethbridge is safe, secure, and friendly; a very pleasant place to live and study.
Admission Routes: New High School, New Transfer, College Diploma, College Certificate, Applied Degree, Previous Degree, Visiting Students, SAT or ACT.