Ambrose University College Admission Requirements 2022-2023

Ambrose University College Admission Requirements 2022/2023 – The Ambrose University College Entry Requirements has been released for the 2022/2023 academic year.

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Ambrose University College Admission Requirements

The Authority of the Ambrose University College has publicized the Admission Requirement for private and government-sponsored undergraduate, International students and postgraduate (Degree, Ph.D., Masters, Diploma, Certificate, Short Course and No Degree) prospective candidates that seek admission into the institution for the 2022/2023 academic year.

These admission requirements are for various programmes offered at the institution, it serves as a guide in the application process. All interested applicants are to read through carefully making sure that they fulfil the requirements before putting in an application.

Basic Admission Requirements

To be admitted into Ambrose under Regular Student status you must have a high school diploma or an equivalent with standing in five (5) Grade 12 level courses as follows.

A 60% average or higher in the following five subjects or their equivalent:

  1. English 30-1
  2. Subject from List A or B
  3. Subject from List A or B
  4. Subject from List A or B
  5. Subject from List A, B, C or D

For a detailed list of these courses visit: ambrose.edu/enrolment/provincial-requirements.  Please note that in addition to the Basic Admission Requirements listed above, specific programs may have additional requirements for admission. See Program Specific Requirements.

Canadian Home-Schooled Applicants

Submit one of the following documentations of your senior matriculation:

  • An official transcript from the provincial Department of Education showing proof of the required Grade 12 courses as noted under “Regular Student,” OR
  • A portfolio; an SAT* Reasoning Test score of 1400 or higher on the three sections of Critical Reading, Mathematics, and Writing, with no section test below 400, or an ACT score of 22 or higher; and an official letter from the home-schooling agency verifying Grade 12 courses.

*The SAT institution code for Ambrose is 5672.

International Baccalaureate/Advanced Placement

If you have completed International Baccalaureate (IB) or Advanced Placement (AP) courses in high school, you should inquire about receiving transfer credit. More information about IB* and AP** transfer credits can be found in the Transfer Credit section.
*The IB institution code for Ambrose is 03552
**The AP institution code for Ambrose is 5672.

Expatriates and Children of International Workers

Your admission is based on your high school and/or post-secondary curriculum of study, rather your country of citizenship.  For example, a Canadian citizen, living in Thailand, attending an international school with US based curriculum will be evaluated for admission on the basis of US entrance requirements. Please contact [email protected] if you have questions regarding applicable entrance requirements.

International Applicants

If you are from a country other than Canada, your admission will be based on completion of the equivalent of Alberta senior matriculation (Grade 12). If your official high school transcript is in a language other than English, it is your responsibility to provide Ambrose University with a certified English translation of the transcript. You are advised to begin the application process one year prior to your anticipated enrolment. All students from countries other than Canada must possess a valid Study Permit and passport prior to entry to Canada, or be Canadian permanent residents or citizens. International students must present their letter of acceptance from Ambrose University, and proof of finances to cover costs of education and living expenses while in Canada to Canadian Immigration officials.

United States Applicants

You will be considered for admission on presentation of all of the following:

  • A high school graduation diploma with a minimum grade of C or 60% or better
  • A complete SAT* Reasoning Test with a score of 1400 or higher on the three sections of Critical Reading, Mathematics and Writing, with no section score below 400, or an ACT score of 22 or higher

United States Home-Schooled

You will be considered for admission on presentation of all of the following:

  • An SAT* Reasoning Test score of 1400 or higher on the three sections of Critical Reading, Mathematics, and Writing, with no section score below 400, or an ACT score of 22 or higher
  • A transcript from the home-schooling agency showing proof of completion of high school requirements
  • A portfolio of learning

*The SAT institution code for Ambrose is 5672.

United Kingdom and Commonwealth Countries

We accept General Certificate of Education Advanced and GCSE/IGCSE/GCE Ordinary Level Certificates as senior matriculation with standing in five subjects with:

  • At least two subjects at Advanced Level, one of which must be English
  • No more than three subjects at Ordinary Level
  • A minimum overall grade of C is required and no subject is accepted below C grade

Other International Applicants

You must present the equivalent to Alberta senior matriculation. Normally, this means official certificates or credentials that would allow admittance to a university in your home country. Contact the Admissions Office for further information.

For more information and inquiries, you can contact Ambrose University College by visiting the official website or campus. https://ambrose.edu/education-program-requirements

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