|Co-ed: 4,060 beds||Lowest: $2,302.00||Highest: $7,528.00
|Lowest: $4,488.00||Highest: $6,184.00
The University of Alberta offers a range of high quality housing options on campus. Students may choose from a variety of accommodations including dormitory and apartment style rooms, furnished and unfurnished. Amenities can include study halls, cable TV, meal plans, Internet access, parking and retail stores.
Housing is also available off campus in neighbourhoods surrounding the University. It is usually necessary to arrive two weeks to a month before classes begin to arrange off-campus housing as the selection diminishes as September nears. Prices for off-campus housing vary depending on size, facilities, and location. Some apartments include the cost of utilities (electricity, heat, water, etc.) in the monthly rent. One bedroom apartment rentals are in the range of $500.00 to $750.00 and up per unit per month. Sharing accommodation reduces expenses. A popular form of accommodation is a room or suite in a private house, often in the basement, where costs range upwards from $250.00 per month (for a single room with shared bathroom and cooking facilities).
UAlberta offers 80+ student services, available on
campus, including medical, financial, academic & personal advising, and more.
The International Centre is a great place to visit, get advice, and make new friends! Transitions, a 3-day orientation program, will introduce new international students to life at UAlberta.
There are many opportunities for international students to work while studying at UAlberta.
CAPS: Your U of A Career Centre offers workshops, seminars, counselling, and many other services to help students with career planning. There are also several options for international students to work while they study: on and off-campus employment, co-op work programs, and internships are available.
Archery (F/M), Athletics (F/M), Badminton (F/M), Baseball (F/M), Basketball (F/M), Beach Volleyball (F/M), Bowling (F/M), Field Hockey (F/M), Golf (F), Ice Hockey (F/M), Soccer (F), Squash (F/M), Tennis (F/M), Volleyball (F/M), Water Polo (F/M)
Basketball (F/M), Cross Country Running (F/M), Field Hockey (F), Football (M), Ice Hockey (F/M), Rugby (F), Running (F/M), Soccer (F/M), Swimming (F/M), Tennis (F/M), Volleyball (F/M), Wrestling (F/M)
UAlberta is proud of its 25 varsity sports teams! The Golden Bears (men) and Pandas (women) teams have won 60 national sports titles. Teams include basketball, volleyball, football, hockey, and more. Students can also take part in non-competitive athletics through Campus Recreation. The UAlberta ONEcard (student ID) will give current students access to most campus athletic and fitness facilities.
UAlberta's North (main) campus is located centrally in Edmonton, with easy access to downtown and the trendy Old Strathcona district. Subway/bus stations located on campus make it easy to get around the city and visit attractions, like West Edmonton Mall. North Campus is right on the banks of the beautiful North Saskatchewan river, with walking trails and scenic parks, perfect for outdoor activities.
UAlberta has 400+ student clubs and associations, including numerous international student organizations. Students can keep up with social events through the Gateway, our campus newspaper or CJSR, our campus radio station.
UAlberta is continuously on the forefront of information technology. The University provides a computing ID to all students and staff, granting them high quality Internet access in our wireless network throughout campus. In addition, students have the opportunity to learn in technologically enhanced SMART classrooms and use the 43 computer labs across campus.
Edmonton has a celebrated arts and culture community. Known as "Canada's Festival City", Edmonton hosts over 30 festivals throughout the year with many different celebrations of sport, music, theatre, and more. There are many cultural attractions throughout the city with a variety of museums, art galleries and theatres.
International Centre, Academic Support Centre, Career and Placement Services, Multi-faith Chapel, Orientation Services, Safewalk, Sexual Assault Centre, Specialized Support and Disability Services, Student Counselling Services, Student Financial Aid and Information Centre, Student Newspaper: The Gateway, Students' Union and University Health Centre.
The University of Alberta gives students a truly global experience! We offer 122 exchange programs to 133 countries. Students also have the opportunity to attend the only official UAlberta campus outside of Canada, the Faculty of Arts campus in Cortona, Italy. The University also maintains agreements (research linkages, exchanges, professional and community development) with 157 institutions in 38 countries.
We would love to welcome you to our campus!
You can contact the recruiter for your region at www.http://www.studyincanada.ualberta.ca/ContactUs or
you can book a campus tour online at https://gandalf.registrar.ualberta.ca/campus-visit/registrations