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There’s a lot you can learn beyond the classroom—informally with friends and fellow students and in clubs, groups and programs.
People sometimes use terms such as certificate, diploma, applied degree and degree to mean the same thing. However, there are some important differences.
Check out these directories of post-secondary schools and programs outside Alberta.
This program provides post–secondary training to adults with mild developmental disabilities. Find out if it can help you prepare for the world of work and independent living.
A number of post–secondary schools across Alberta offer programs for Indigenous Peoples.
ApplyAlberta is an online application and transcript transfer system that anyone can use to apply to undergraduate programs at one or more of Alberta's post-secondary institutions.
If you are a post-secondary student working toward a general degree such as a bachelor of arts or bachelor of science, or if you have completed your degree, you have important skills employers need.
This is a really interesting question! If only you had a crystal ball and could see what career choices await you after finishing your educational program.