Once you have completed all items listed in your Personal Admission checklist (in your letter of acknowledgment), a decision on your application will be made and you will be sent a letter. Read this and all correspondence from the Office of the Registrar.
Admission decisions are not subject to appeal. In cases where the reason for inadmissibility is failure to meet program specific requirements, applicants may discuss their concerns with an appropriate staff member or counselor.
If you are admissible but the quota has been filled, you may be offered a place on a waiting list. For some programs, applicants are accepted from the waiting list according to the decision date. First priority is given to the earliest date. Other programs rank applicants according to the quality of the applicant.
Once we have received and evaluated all your educational school documents, courses and grades and determined you have met the admission requirements, providing there is space in your program of choice, we will send you a Letter of Acceptance. If your first language is not English, we will require evidence that you have met the minimum English Language Proficiency requirements for your program of choice before the Letter of Acceptance will be issued.
If you are missing some of the requirements for admission to your program of choice, or if your program of choice is full, we may send you an email offering our bridging program for international students, MacEwan University Studies International (USI).
If accepted, you will be asked to pay a deposit which will be paid towards your first term’s fees.