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.
Program of Study
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.