To be considered for the Open Studies program, you must demonstrate:
- Fulfilment of Concordia University of Edmonton’s English language requirement. However, the Admissions and Registrar’s Offices may request other documentation for admission and registration purposes.
- Completion of prerequisite courses for any courses in which you are seeking to enrol.
Official documents and transcripts are normally required only to demonstrate the fulfilment of these criteria.
Students who have been required to withdraw from a post-secondary institution in the past 12 months are not eligible for admission to Open Studies. Students who have been required to withdraw more than once may be considered only through an appeal.
Returning Student Readmission
Readmission for returning students is not automatic. Normally readmission is approved if students have:
- remained in satisfactory standing;
- removed any Grade 12 deficiencies that existed at the time of admission;
- not been required to withdraw from any post-secondary institution in the past 12 months. Students who have been required to withdraw more than once will be considered only through an appeal;
- provided official transcripts from all other post-secondary institutions attended;
- paid all outstanding fees and fines owing to Concordia University of Edmonton.
Admissions determines if students may be readmitted on Academic Probation.
For more information, please refer to Academic Regulations, section 9.0.
Applicants seeking admission to graduate-level programs should consult Graduate Admission, section 13.1.1.
Visiting Student Admission
Students who are registered at other post-secondary institutions may attend Concordia University of Edmonton with the permission of their institution. Applicants must submit an Application Form and the original visiting student letter from the Registrar of the institution at which they are registered. Official transcripts are required to establish the completion of prerequisite courses or fulfilment of the English Language Requirement, section 3.1.3. Course selection may be limited.
For information regarding admission to the Department of Continuing Education programs, refer to Continuing Education, section 15.0.