University of Calgary
University of Calgary (UofC) is located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The university was established in 1966. It is accredited by Advanced Education and Technology, Alberta.
University of Calgary is ranked as the #10 top university in Canada during 2023. This is the same rank as last year.
|University Name||University of Calgary|
|Motto||Mo Shùile Togam Suas|
|Motto in English||I will lift up mine eyes|
|Colors||Red, gold and black|
|Address||2500 University Drive NW, Calgary, Alberta, Canada|
|Phone||+1 (403) 210 7625|
|Fax||+1 (403) 220 0762|
|Click here to send email|
Programs and Courses
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Click the following button to see a list of programs and courses offered by University of Calgary.View Course List
Find information below on admission to University of Calgary.
|International Students Allowed||Yes|
|Student Body||Men and Women|
|Admission Info||Click here|
|Undergraduate Admission Info||Click here|
|Graduate Admission Info||Click here|
Scholarship and Financial Aids
Click on the following links to get information on scholarships and/or financial aids offered by University of Calgary.
|Scholarship Info||Click here|
|Financial Aid Info||Click here|
Following is a list of 5 article(s) related to University of Calgary or higher education systems of Canada.
Tertiary education in Canada is not free, especially for international students, but it is affordable compared to the United States, United Kingdom, New Zealand, and Australia. The average undergraduate foreign student pays C$11,903 annually. [Read More]
There are myriads of work permit programs for foreign students. Working in Canada as an international student can open doors of opportunities for the future. International students can work 20 hours a week during academic sessions and full-time or 40 hours during vacation or scheduled breaks such as winter, summer, and spring breaks. [Read More]
The type of health insurance you will get will depend mainly on the province you are going. Every province has its own healthcare rules and eligibility requirements for residents. So, your duty as an international student is to know the healthcare requirements of the area you intend going, this will help you to apply for the suitable one. [Read More]
The advantages of studying in Canada are multiple; one of them is that you will enjoy a valuable Canadian work experience both during and after your program. There are also great immigration options for foreign students that have completed their tertiary education programs. [Read More]
There are minimal scholarship slots available for foreign students coming to Canada from abroad, although some institutions provide scholarships based on one's academic excellence. If you are schooling here, you can ask your student advisor to see if there is any available one. [Read More]