Concordia University of Edmonton reviews applications from home-schooled and home-educated applicants. We appreciate that each home-schooling experience is unique and assess the merits of all home-schooled applicants on an individual basis. The following admission routes are guidelines.
Please contact us regarding any advice or clarification you may require regarding your specific admission circumstances.
Home-schooled and home-educated applicants are offered the following admission routes:
Applicants are encouraged to provide a confidential letter of recommendation from an impartial source, such as a home-education coordinator. This indicating your academic readiness for a university-level program of studies and method of home schooling followed.
Applicants for Management must possess Grade 12 mathematics. Applicants for Science must possess Grade 12 mathematics and two Grade 12 sciences in either biology, chemistry or physics.
We require additional documentation to determine if the applicant meets the program prerequisites. Please be prepared to submit course syllabi, textbook lists, and three to five academic work samples such as science laboratory reports OR results from standardized aptitude tests such as SAT or ACT for each subject area.
Home-schooled applicants who present the appropriate Grade 12 requirements for admission (section 3.2.1, High School Student Admission), present an award average of 75% or higher, and submit an application for admission by April 1st are eligible for entrance award consideration. Concordia will also consider home-schooled applicants who present the appropriate ACT or SAT score. Home-schooled applicants who are ineligible for an entrance award are eligible to be considered for in-course awards (section 7.0, Awards) after the completion of their first year of study at Concordia.
Assistant Registrar, Admissions | 780-479-9223 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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Assistant Registrar, Recruitment | 780-479-9221 | email@example.com
Contact regarding Home-school recruitment