Ambrose Seminary admits students of any race, gender, colour and national or ethnic origin to its programs and activities, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, colour, national or ethnic origin or physical disability in the administration of any of its programs or activities. Ambrose Seminary welcomes applications from persons of any church affiliation provided they meet entrance qualifications. Open Studies and Visiting Students please refer to Academic Policies.
Students wishing to apply to Ambrose Seminary are invited to apply online.
For more information contact the Enrolment Office:
1-800-461-1222 or 403-410-2900
150 Ambrose Circle SW
Calgary, Alberta T3H 0L5
Submit your completed application form, all supporting documents, official transcript(s) and the appropriate application fee by the following deadlines:
- August 1 for Fall Semester
- December 1 for Winter Semester
- July 15 for Fall Semester
- November 15 for Winter Semester
Applicants from outside Canada or the USA
- March 1 for Fall Semester
- July 1 for Winter Semester
Master of Theological Studies
- January 15 for Fall Semester
- September 15 for Winter Semester
- April 15 for Fall Semester
- November 1 for Winter Semester
Once we receive all of your application information, we will review everything and if you are eligible we will offer you full admission by sending a letter of acceptance. All of your application documents, including your official transcripts, must be submitted before we admit you. In cases where official transcripts are in a language other than English, it is your responsibility to provide a certified English language translation. You will not be permitted to register if your application file is incomplete. The Seminary reserves the right to deny admission if it judges your overall academic record unacceptable, notwithstanding admissions standards.
Once you are accepted into a Seminary program, you may postpone beginning your studies for one year. After a deferral of more than one year, you must reapply in order to study at Ambrose Seminary.
Fraudulent Documentation Policy
Students seeking admission to the University must provide true, complete, and accurate information in their application. Students who falsify or omit information as part of their admission process, up to the add/drop deadline, may have their admission and registration cancelled by the Registrar’s Office.
After the course add/drop deadline, students who falsify or omit information may be subject to academic misconduct regulations. Students who have submitted false information may be identified to other post-secondary institutions. Falsified documents may be referred to the appropriate authorities for potential prosecution under the Criminal Code of Canada.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, in the event a student becomes aware that the student has unintentionally made an error in the information submitted, or has unintentionally omitted any information, as part of the admission process, the student is required to immediately report the same to the Registrar’s Office. The University will not take disciplinary action against a student that self-reports an error that was made reasonably and unintentionally. The University will only give consideration to students that self-report errors if such reports are made before the University has reason to believe that a student has falsified or omitted information as part of the admissions process.