20211125 Addenda Errata Foundation Program - International
School of Continuing Education
Designed for international students, Foundation Program International supports your smooth transition into a post-secondary diploma or degree program.
This program is designed with added student supports and mentorship in order to enhance admissibility to post-secondary programs.
Successful completion of this program prepares students for further post-secondary studies at the undergraduate level. Upon completion of the Foundation Program International, students are required to apply to a degree or diploma program. Completion of this program does not guarantee admission to another program.
Students who complete the Foundation Program International receive a certificate of completion.
Each student in the Foundation Program International is part of a cohort:
- Term 1: credit course Foundational 101 (39 hrs) with up to 6 hours of individual mentorship per term
- Up to 2 English as an Additional Language or University Preparation courses per term to meet admission requirements or for competitive entry to a MacEwan program.
- Up to 1 post-secondary course per term in Open Studies. These courses can be used by students to fulfill elective requirements for MacEwan degrees and diplomas.
The maximum number of hours a student can be enrolled in each term varies between 231 to 360 hours.
All applicants must meet an acceptable level of English language proficiency. This program requires proof of successful completion of standardized language evaluation such as an overall IELTS score of 5.5 with no skill under 4.5, or equivalent.
Once admitted to the program students may be required to write a placement test to determine their current academic standing and placement level in the program.
MacEwan International Support
MacEwan International staff and volunteers will supply orientation information and help you prepare for your studies. They can help you:
- Change your address.
- Set up a Canadian bank account.
- Get your MacEwan University photo ID card.
- Once registered you can pick up your U-Pass (bus and train) with SAMU.
Online applications are processed through ApplyAlberta, an application service used by most post-secondary institutions in Alberta. You will need to pay a non-refundable application fee to complete your online application as well as update your transcripts and documents from outside of Canada.