University of Lethbridge, Canada

Canada

  • 1967

    Established
  • NO

    Scholarship
  • Yes

    Hostel Accomodation

Overview

History, Affiliations & Rankings

The University of Lethbridge is a public research university founded in 1967 and is one of the four comprehensive academic and research universities in Alberta, Canada. The University of Lethbridge is recognized as one of the best universities in Canada by Maclean’s University Rankings. The university is located in Lethbridge, southern Alberta, a city known for its commercial, industrial, research, and technology hub. The motto of the University of Lethbridge is ‘Let there be light’ which symbolizes the importance of education and learning. uLethbridge is a large university that focuses on offering intensive higher education in various fields like Arts, Sciences, Fine Arts, Management, Education and Health Sciences. Maclean’s University Rankings 2021 has recognised the University of Lethbridge among the top 2 universities for Medical Science Grants, primarily in the undergraduate category, meanwhile, the university has also been recognised among the top 4 and top 5 for Student Services and Student Awards, respectively.

Infrastructure, Campus & Courses

The main campus of the University of Lethbridge is located in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. The other campus is situated in the city of Calgary, Alberta. Lethbridge provides a world-class environment for learning and research as well as personal growth. Students can benefit from various on-campus facilities like bookstores, eateries, cafes, fitness centres, and housing facilities. The academic degree programs at the University of Lethbridge is offered under seven faculties namely: Faculty of Arts & Science, Dhillon School of  Business, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Fine Arts, School of Graduate Studies, Faculty of Health Sciences, and School of Liberal Education. The faculty at uLethbridge are among some of the world-renowned members, with 5 Royal Society of Canada Fellows, 13 Canada Research Chairs, 2 3M National Teaching Fellows and other renowned members working within the university. 

Accomplishments & Alumni 

The University of Lethbridge is one of the leading research universities in Canada. uLethbridge has consistently been ranked among the top three research universities in Canada by Research  Infosource Inc. Lethbridge boasts of some of the greatest minds who are or have been a part of faculty members, researchers, and student body. Every year, around 1,600 students graduate from the University of Lethbridge and become a part of the alumni community. The University of Lethbridge’s alumni community is a network of more than 47,000+ people who can be found around the world. uLethbridge alumni play important roles for the community as a professional, entrepreneur, leader, or social worker. As a member of the uLethbridge alumni community, an individual can also benefit from a number of schemes, plans, and educational discounts offered by the university. The uLethbridge alumni also include 8 Olympians, 2 Olympic Medals and 1 Paralympian as well, meanwhile, it also prides itself on the 3 Rhodes Scholars who have completed their higher education from the university.

Student Diversity & Visiting Companies

As of September 2020, 8,984 students have been enrolled at the University of Lethbridge among which 548 were international students from across 90 countries. Over the years, Lethbridge has managed to shape the lives of the youth by offering a learning environment and quality education. The outcome of this is that Lethbridge’s Graduate employment rate is quite high. As per the university’s record, around 95.5 % of students of Lethbridge find employment soon after the completion of their studies. The University of Lethbridge offers a range of Student Support services and opportunities that are designed to provide immense learning and development opportunities that set students on the path of success.

University of Lethbridge Facts and Figures 

Type of University

Public Research University 

Average Annual Tuition Fee

Bachelors: $19,324

Masters: $18,404 - $20,378

Admission Intakes

Fall, Spring, Winter 

Average GPA Requirement

2.5 on a scale of 4.0 

Average Exam Score Requirement

IELTS: 6.0

TOEFL iBT: 80 

GMAT: 550 

SAT  (ERW+M): 1040 

 ACT Composite Score: 20 

Admission Requirements

Standardised test scores, LORSOPAcademic Transcripts

Admissions Deadlines

Fall

Early Action: February 1

Regular Decision: May 1

Summer/ Spring

February 1/ March 1

Winter 

October 1

Percentage of International Students

11%

Size of Campus (in acres)

500

Alumni Worldwide

47,000 + 

Female to Male Ratio

40: 60 

University of Lethbridge Rankings

Ranked by  

2022

2021

2020

2019 

THE (Times Higher Education) - University Ranking

1201+ 

1001+ 

1001+ 

NA 

US News & World Report - Global Universities 

1569

1470

1358

1358

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