How to apply if you're a transfer student
We welcome students from other post-secondary schools. If you have taken some art or design classes, some of your coursework may be transferrable.
The Priority Application deadline has passed and we are now accepting General Applications for Fall 2019 until July 1, 2019.
AUArts may award transfer credit for courses completed at other post-secondary institutions.
If you have taken art or design classes at another post-secondary school, you may be considered for admission to 2nd year courses, provided you've completed at least one year of studio-based coursework that is the equivalent of AUArts's First Year Studies.
How to apply to AUArts in three easy steps:
Application form, non-refundable $110 fee, and in-progress transcripts and English language proficiency documents (if required) due
Priority Application deadline: February 1
General Aplication deadline: July 1 (while seats are available)
Step 1: Application form, fee and supporting documents
Submit your application form and pay your non-refundable $110 application fee via the Apply Alberta Post-Secondary Application System by February 1.
AUArts automatically receives both in-progress and official transcripts from applicants from Albertan schools through the application process at Apply Alberta. If you're transferring from a post-secondary school in another Canadian province, you must have the documents forwarded directly to the AUArts Admissions Office in their original, sealed envelope.
For applicants whose transcripts are issued in a language other than English, we require translated and notarized detailed course descriptions to accompany the official transcripts. Canadian applicants may also be required to submit program and course outlines of previous studies to determine official transfer credit.
Priority application deadline: February 1 (Closed)
Genral applcations for Fall 2019: Open until July 1 (While seats available)
Step 2: Portfolio submission
**Once we have processed your application (Step 1) we will send you an email with the link to your portfolio program in slideroom**
Because the faculty committee reviewing applicants won’t have an opportunity to meet you during the admissions process, your portfolio serves as your personal introduction to them.
Ensure yours is the best it can be by reviewing our portfolio requirements for Transfer Students, following the instructions on how to photograph your portfolio, and learning how to submit your portfolio.
Step 3: Official transcripts and English proficiency documents
All final transcripts must be forwarded directly from your educational institution to our admissions office by August 1. All transcripts issued in a language other than English must be accompanied by notarized English translations.
If you are attending a post-secondary school where the primary language spoken was not English, you’ll need to also demonstrate that you meet English language requirements for Bachelors degree programs.
Deadline for official transcripts and English proficiency documents: August 1