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Now accepting applications for Winter 2020, Fall 2020, and Winter 2021.
Review our admissions requirements to find out if you meet basic requirements for all Ambrose undergraduate programs.
The following programs that have additional requirements:
- Behavioural Science
- Business Administration
- Diploma in Acting
- Bachelor of Education (After Degree)
High School Students
Because high school curriculum differs province to province and country to country, the requirements for your prerequisite courses and academic average depend on where you studied. If you’re currently in high school or if you’ve graduated from high school but completed fewer than 15 credits at a post-secondary institution, select your region to find the admissions requirements that apply to you.
Courses will be evaluated on an individual basis, and you may receive transfer credit or advanced standing for Higher Level IB courses with a grade of 4, 5, 6, or 7.
Courses will be evaluated on an individual basis and you may receive transfer credit or advanced standing for AP courses with a grade of 3, 4 or 5.
If you were homeschooled in Canada or the United States, you’ll need to meet some different requirements. You’ll also need to submit additional materials with your application.
Find out what requirements you need to meet in order to transfer to Ambrose from another post-secondary institution.
If you’ll be 21 years old or older by September 30 (for Fall semester applicants) or January 31 (for Winter semester applicants) and you don’t meet our general admission requirements, you might be able to qualify for admission based on Mature Student status. Please note that this status applies to citizens and permanent residents of Canada only.
If you used to study at Ambrose but you’ve been absent for at least one year plus one semester, or if you were suspended from Ambrose and you want to resume your studies, you’ll need to apply again and meet certain requirements in order to be re-admitted.
English Language Requirements
If English isn’t your primary language, you’ll need to demonstrate English proficiency through one of the following:
|Test||Bachelor of Education (After Degree) Minimum Score||All Other Undergraduate Programs Minimum Score|
|Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)||
100 (iBT) with a minimum sub-score of
|International English Language Testing System Academic (IELTS Academic)||
8.0 with no bands below 7.0
|Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB)||
|Canadian Academic English Language Assessment (CAEL)||
|Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE Academic)||
|Alberta High School English 30-1 (or equivalent)||
Please note that the University might choose to waive this requirement if you attended an equivalent institution in North America or you can demonstrate your English proficiency by other means.
Official test scores must be sent directly to Ambrose University by the testing body. You must have taken the test no more than two years before you submitted your application to Ambrose.