The University of Alberta (1908) is one of Canada’s leading universities, known for world-class research and innovative discoveries. Ranked in the world’s top 100 universities overall, UAlberta is also ranked the #31 most international university in the world by Times Higher Education. With more than 200 undergraduate and 500 graduate programs across 18 academic faculties, students have all the course options they need to prepare for their future career.
Our education goes beyond the classroom so that you will get the experience you need for your future career. UAlberta offers internships, cooperative work programs, field schools, and more so that you will get real world experience paired with a world-class university degree. With strong connections to Alberta’s thriving energy and agricultural industries, students have a built-in network to seek work opportunities during and after their studies.
UAlberta is home to some of the best lab and learning spaces in Canada and the world. Canada’s National Institute for Nanotechnology is located on the North (main) campus along with Western Canada’s largest teaching hospital, the Timms Centre for the Arts, the Edmonton Clinic Health Academy, and more.
UAlberta is located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada—a modern city and the major hub for Alberta’s thriving oil and gas industries. Edmonton offers a vibrant business environment in a city setting, complemented by the natural beauty of the river valley that winds through the city, as well as the Rocky Mountains just a few hours away.
With 39,500 students, including 7,000+ international students from 164 countries, UAlberta offers a safe, supportive, and multicultural atmosphere within a vibrant research environment.
Tuition and fees:
will depend on the program you choose. Use our online cost calculator to see an estimate for your program of choice.
Scholarships and Financial Aid
UAlberta awards $22 million in undergraduate scholarships, including scholarships specifically for AP, IB, and athletics.