When you know yourself, you can plan your career and education based on what's important to you: your interests, abilities, values and experiences.
At Lakeland College, students take charge of their future and become leaders today through career-relevant, industry-driven programming and experiential learning opportunities.
Students take the lead through student-managed enterprises, events and experiences. For example, they put theory into action on the Student-Managed Farm – Powered by New Holland where they manage crop and livestock enterprises, battle realistic fire simulations at the Emergency Training Centre, run an award-winning play program for children, rebuild cars, manage a campus spa and salon, and more!
Through these student-managed opportunities, our students learn how to think critically and creatively while also developing leadership, teamwork, and communication skills.
Lakeland offers 50-plus programs and serves more than 7,000 credit and non-credit students every year at our campuses in Vermilion and Lloydminster, and through online and off-site delivery.
Programming areas include agricultural sciences, business, energy, environmental sciences, fire and emergency services, health and wellness, human services, interior design technology, trades and technology, and university transfer. Lakeland’s Research Centre is a test-bed for innovations in agriculture, energy, and environmental sciences.
This is Lakeland. Leading. Learning. Since 1913.
Campuses: Vermilion, Lloydminster
Program Type University Transfer
Credential Type Non-Credential
Length 2 Years
- Part Time Only
- Cooperative Education
- Continuing Education
- Distance Learning
Regular applicants to UT (University Transfer) normally present an Alberta or Saskatchewan high school diploma with five 30-level, academic subjects completed with a combined average of 60% or higher (with no subject lower than 50%). However, the requirements for different degrees and institutions vary.
The minimum requirement for admission to the University Transfer (UT) program is Alberta’s English 30-1 or Saskatchewan’s English A30/B30 or equivalent. (English entrance exam testing is available.) Other high school prerequisites depend upon the courses, degree, and university to which students intend to transfer. Students pursuing degrees that require the following courses should be aware of these course-specific prerequisites.
This program is eligible for full-time post-secondary assistance by Alberta Student Aid for the funding year 2022/08/01 to 2023/07/31*.
Tuition $5,280.00 Year One
Books/Supplies/Instruments $2,700.00 Year One
Mandatory Fees $870.00 Year One
* Tuition, books, supplies, instruments, and other/mandatory fees are provided to Alberta Student Aid and may be used when processing full-time post-secondary funding applications. The educational costs provided are based on a 100% full-course load and may not reflect current or all educational costs charged by the school. Contact the school to obtain accurate educational cost information.
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Transfer(s) available outside of Transfer Alberta: Yes
Updated June 30, 2022. The information contained in this profile is current as of the date shown.
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