The University of Lethbridge is a public research university located in Alberta, Canada. ULeth is associated with the Commonwealth Universities Association, Canada West, the International Association of Universities, and University Publishing. Education focuses on advanced learning and interdisciplinary research programs. The University offers many laboratories and teaching facilities in various disciplines of study. It has different areas and facilities, such as the Community Sports Stadium for sporting events, Markin Hall for commercial purposes, and Turcotte Hall for student achievements.
University of Lethbridge Programs
Here are some of the popular undergraduate and graduate programs that Uleth offers.
- Applied Statistics
- Archeology and Geography
- Art (Art)
- Canadian Studies
- Computer Science
- Dentistry (Dentistry)
- General Major in the Sciences
- Human Resources Management and Labor Relations
- Applied Psychology
- Computer Science
- Counseling Psychology
- Cultural, Social and Political Thought
- Environmental Science
- Health Sciences
- Human Resource Management and Labor Relations
- Information Systems
- Political Science
Application and Admission Requirements
For Undergraduate Programs:
- Letter of Acceptance
- Document proving English language proficiency;
- IELTS 6 with a minimum of 5.5 in each section
- PTE 54, with at least 46 in each section
- High school diploma and transcripts
For Graduate Programs:
- Bachelor's Degree diploma
- GPA 3.5/4
- Document proving English language proficiency; IELTS 6 with a minimum of 5.5 in each section or PTE 54, with at least 46 in each section
- Letter of Intent
20,000 CAD–25,000 CAD / Annually
14,208 CAD - 26,892 CAD / Annually
Accommodation and Living Conditions
The University of Lethbridge offers its students on-campus accommodation, but students can also choose to stay off-campus.
On-Campus Accommodation is only offered on the main campus. The advantages of living on campus are comfort; you will be close to your classes and university facilities, convenience; you will be comfortable without dealing with monthly rent/invoice payments; and togetherness; You will have the opportunity to meet new people, make new friends, and participate in social events.
Home Stay: You are assigned a private, furnished bedroom in a safe, comfortable, and friendly environment. Usually, students prepare their own breakfast and lunch, and the host prepares dinner. What you need to do is respect your host family as your own family, obey the house rules, and contribute to the service of the house, for example, by participating in the housework or helping with meal preparation.