University of Alberta Scholarships to study Bachelor’s, Master’s and Ph.D.in Canada 2021

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If you want to study in Canada, you can apply for the University of Alberta Scholarships, which is offered to international students of various nationalities around the world who wish to have the opportunity to start studying a bachelor’s, masters or doctoral degree in Canada for the 2020-2021 academic year.

About the University of Alberta

Founded in 1908, the University of Alberta offers a range of academic, professional, and post-secondary education programs in around 388 undergraduate and 500 graduate programs.

Scholarship Details

Application deadline: February 28, 2020
University: University of Alberta
Course Level: Bachelor – Master – PhD
The scholarship can be taken in Canada.

Funding for the scholarship

  • Admission scholarships (automatically considered) for undergraduate graduates
  • International Student Scholarships: Value: up to $ 9000; Payable over four years
  • University of Alberta Gold Standard Scholarship: Value: up to $ 6000
  • The University of Alberta Ph.D. Employment Scholarship: $ 5,000 per year
  • University of Alberta Masters Entrance Scholarship: Stipend: $ 17,500 (International students will receive an additional $ 10,000 to help cover fees).
  • Alberta Graduate Excellence Scholarship (AGES): minimum award $ 11,000 and maximum award 15,000

Conditions for submission

  • Acceptable Course or Subjects: The University of Alberta offers over 200 undergraduate programs, 500 graduate programs, 250 majors, and 300 research fields. So you have an open option to choose from the available fields.
    • Agricultural life and environmental sciences
    • Alberta School of Business
    • Fine Arts and Humanities
    • Science
    • social science
    • Education
    • engineering
    • Law
    • Medicine and dentistry
    • Original studies
    • Nursing
    • Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
    • Public Health
    • Rehabilitation medicine
    • Science
    • Check out all undergraduate programs (here)
    • Check out all graduate programs (here)

English Language Proficiency (ELP)

English is the primary language of instruction and communication at UAlberta. All applicants must be proficient in English prior to admission.

International applicants must be able to demonstrate English Language Proficiency at the time of application (see below for a special note on the Duolingo English Test as an ELP alternative during the COVID pandemic).

Proficiency is demonstrated by:

Possession of a degree or its academic equivalent from an institution recognized by the University of Alberta and where the language of instruction is English. Proof that the instruction for the degree was in English will be required (see Recognized English Language Countries/Institutions).

OR

A satisfactory score on one of the following approved English language examinations (see below for a special note on the Duolingo English Test as an ELP alternative during the COVID pandemic):

ExamsEffective for
Fall 2020 Admission
Effective for
Fall 2021 Admission
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL iBT, in-person or special at-home edition) *Total score of 90 with a score of at least 21 on each of the individual skill areas (internet-based) or equivalentTotal score of 90 with a score of at least 21 on each of the individual skill areas (internet-based) or equivalent
Academic International English Language Testing System
(IELTS)
6.5, with at least 5.5 on each test bandRevised to:
6.5, with at least 6.0 on each test band
Canadian Academic English Language Assessment
(either CAEL [paper] or CAEL CE [computer])
Overall 70 with at least 60 on each subtestOverall 70 with at least 60 on each subtest
Pearson Test of English Academic
(PTE Academic)
61 with a minimum band score of 6061 with a minimum band score of 60

Note: These are minimum scores required by the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research. Some departments require higher scores.

If you need to complete one of these English language examinations, you should do so as soon as possible and arrange for the results to be sent to the department to which you are applying.

*For admission to the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research (FGSR), our TOEFL iBT (Test of English as a Foreign Language Internet-Based Test) total score requirement is stated above. When a student presents a score report that meets or exceeds FGSR’s total score requirements, but where the Speaking or Listening scores are 18 or 19, departments can contact the student by phone or Skype to determine the student’s level of speaking and listening comprehension. If the student is able to carry on a conversation, and if the listening skills meet your expectations, please send a supporting letter addressing the low TOEFL score along with the application for admission and other admission documents.

International Academic Requirements

The Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research (FGSR) sets a minimum academic standard for admission for both Canadian and international applicants. Please see below for our minimum academic requirements for both Master’s and Doctoral student admissions.Please be advised that some departments may have additional or higher admission qualifications. Always visit the department website or contact the department directly for program specific admission requirements. (Note: You can access the department’s website via the program page hosted on this site; each page provides preliminary information and a link to the department site, located at the bottom of the page under “Contact.”)


Master’s Programs

Applicants are normally required to have completed a four-year baccalaureate degree, or its academic equivalent, from an academic institution recognized by the University of Alberta.

An admission grade point average of 3 on most 4-point grading systems or B on most letter grading systems, based on your most recent two years of full time study (or equivalent) is required.


Doctoral Programs

Applicants are normally required to have completed a master’s degree, or its academic equivalent, from an academic institution recognized by the University of Alberta.

An admission grade point average of 3 on most 4-point grading systems or B on most letter grading systems, based on your most recent two years of full time study (or equivalent) is required.


Additional Requirements

Some departments have additional requirements, such as: 

  • Statement of research interests
  • Previous work experience in the field
  • Educational tests such as the Graduate Record Examination (GRE), Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT), or Miller Analogies Test

Contact the department directly to find out if there are any additional requirements.

Minimum Academic Requirements

Since degrees vary greatly from institution to institution and country to country, the University of Alberta will examine course content to establish equivalencies to a UAlberta baccalaureate degree. For a list of minimum academic requirements by country, please see here.

For more information on graduate admissions and related topics, please review the Graduate Program Manual Section 5: Admissions.

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