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Ambrose University

Ambrose University

www.ambrose.edu

Ambrose University College is a degree-granting, provincially accredited centre of academic excellence. We weave community life and spiritual formation into all programs, and welcome over 650 students every year. Our learning environment promotes enquiry, creativity and academic freedom, nurture intellectual and spiritual growth, and celebrates and respects expressions of faith. Ambrose offers bachelors degrees including Biology, Business and Education as well as ministry training. - Graduates pursue careers in education, nursing, social services, work-related positions and graduate studies. - Faculty committed to the integration of Christian faith with academic discipline. - Over 650 students enrolled. - One of the largest private academic libraries in western Canada. - Students and Faculty from over 40 denominations. - Government of Alberta award-winning educational travel. - 1 out of 8 students involved in formal student leadership. - Spiritual life integral to all aspects of campus community. - 40 acre campus including Academic Centre, Residence, Library, Gymnasium and new Residence & Education Centre. - Small class sizes and low faculty to student ratio. - Varsity athletics in volleyball, basketball, futsal and hockey. - Leading Canadian higher education in classroom technology.

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150 Ambrose Circle SW
Calgary, Alberta, T3H0L5, Canada

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Application Date

First Day Applications Accepted

Applications accepted year-round.

 

Last Day Applications Accepted

August 1 Fall Term (for following year)
December 1 Winter Term (for following year)

 

Exceptions:

March 15 Early deadline for bachelor of education
June 1 Standard deadline for bachelor of education

 

Standard Admission Requirements

Five grade 12 courses including English 30-1 or equivalent, averaging 60% or higher, as well as program-specific rquirements.

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