Admissions and Fees Information for Prospective International Students
The Educational/Admissions Advisors in the Advising Office can give you information about:
- Admission requirements and processes
- English Language Proficiency and Spoken English requirements
- Fee information
- Options if you do not meet admission requirements.
Every program at MacEwan University has at least one advisor to assist students with achieving their educational goals through proper academic planning. If you are a MacEwan University program student, your program advisor can answer questions regarding academic planning or your academic progress.
The USI program is specifically designed for the international student who has not yet met admission requirements to one of MacEwan University's many academic programs. If you are lacking the appropriate high school courses, your high school GPA is too low, or you have not met the English language proficiency requirements for your goal program, then the USI program can help you bridge the gap and gain entry to your goal program.
If you are a MacEwan University Studies International program student, please see your program advisor at MacEwan International regarding questions about academic planning or your academic progress.
Student Advisors in the Advising Office help Open Studies students select courses. They also provide information about admission/readmission into programs, university policies and procedures, and rehabilitating admission grade point averages (e.g. probationary status or required to withdraw).
Located in the Student Life Office, International Student Counsellors can provide you with information on immigration policies and procedures, and how to apply for or renew your study permit. They can also assist you with cultural, personal, educational and career counselling.
After attending an information session, meet with a study abroad advisor at MacEwan International. Please do this before applying for a study abroad program. Advisors are available by appointment or a walk-in basis. They can help you identify programs that are a good match for your personal and academic interests and can assist you with questions about financial aid and scholarships.