A. You can learn about the minimum requirements to apply for admission into the Department of Mathematics and Statistics by visiting the Admissions page. The Admissions page outlines the minimum Alberta High School grades in Math 30-1 or Pure Mathematics 30. The Faculty of Science and the University may have slightly different minimums. Please consult with Undergraduate Admissions for the latest information pertaining to your situation.
A. You can apply online by visiting the Enrolment Services Undergraduate Admissions page and clicking on the link appropriate to your situation.
A. Information for International Students regarding special requirements can be found on the International Applications page. International Students can determine their eligibility for their desired program (and an alternate choice) and apply for residence from that page as well.
A. The University of Calgary calendar provides official course descriptions in Mathematics and Statistics. Not all courses are offered every semester. For a list of current courses, click on the green "Course Listing" button in the right-hand column of this page.
A. Descriptions of the specific courses required for a degree in Mathematics or Statistics are available through the Department's programs section of the University of Calgary calendar. Degree requirements vary by program. Students are encouraged to visit with an advisor in the Faculty of Science Undergraduate Science Centre early in their programs for advice on program and course selection.
A. The University of Calgary's policy is to provide a year's credit if you received an IB diploma. The specific courses for which you get credit vary by department and depend on the grades received in specific IB courses. For more information, click here.
A. Depending on the grade received in an AP course, you may qualify for advanced credit or placement. For more information, click here.
A. All students must pay an application fee. The application fee for International Students is slightly higher to cover the cost of verifying international credentials. The application fee is non-refundable and is separate from tuition fees. Because this information is subject to change, please consult the calendar for current amounts.
A. Because tuition fees are subject to regular review and adjustment, we recommend that you consult the University of Calgary's Tuition and General Fees page. You must pay the amount of your tuition plus applicable general fees every semester. Questions regarding fees should be directed to Enrolment Services.
A. The differential applies to students who are not Canadian citizens or landed immigrants. The Alberta Government funds University operations for Canadian students, so International Students are charged the differential to make up the Government's portion of expenses. A full explanation of the policy can be found in the University of Calgary calendar.
A. Before you apply, you will need identification and your high school transcripts. Alberta students do not need to supply transcripts; the registrar's office can access them. International Students whose transcripts are not in English may be required to supply translated documents. More information can be found on the Undergraduate Admissions page.
A. If your application to the University of Calgary is accepted, congratulations. Acceptance to University is a milestone in your life that deserves celebration. Once you are done celebrating, please read through your admission package carefully. You will need to accept or decline your admission through myUofC. Detailed instructions will be in your admission package. More information is available through Undergraduate Admissions. Once you have completed your acceptance, you should contact the Undergraduate Science Centre for assistance in selecting courses.
A. If your application is denied due to failure to satisfy a calendar requirement, then you cannot appeal. Under other select circumstances, students may appeal if their application for admission is denied. Please consult the appropriate section of the calendar for a description of circumstances under which an appeal may be made and the procedure to do so.
A. Department of Mathematics and Statistics specific questions should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have more general questions, you should ask the advisors at the Undergraduate Science Centre.