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Opening doors for biology students into engineering
The Bioengineering Summer Institute provides high school students who excel in biology a new way to enter the Schulich School of Engineering.
This program allows students to pursue their interest in understanding the human body and developing biomedical devices — and to use it to begin a career in engineering.
Creating internship opportunities for all science students
The Faculty of Science is pleased to announce the creation of the Science Internship Program. This will provide all science students the opportunity to complete a paid internship.
University of Calgary breaks ground on Mathison Hall, new building for the Haskyane School of Business
Construction began in May 2020 for the Haskayne capital expansion project, which includes the new four-storey 10,000-square-metre Mathison Hall building and renovations to Scurfield Hall. These buildings will combine to become a new home for the Haskayne School of Business when construction is completed for September 2022.
Leadership and entrepreneurial thinking certificates introduced
The University of Calgary is introducing two new embedded certificates starting September 2021. The Embedded Certificate in Entrepreneurial Thinking and the Embedded Certificate in Leadership Studies will support student learning and growth in two key areas for the university.
Here are some helpful resources to assist you as you help your students navigate UCalgary:
- New student registration:
Learn how to select and register in courses
- First-Year degree guide:
Details regarding programs and courses students need to take in their first year
- Schedule builder:
Online tool to help students select courses and create a timetable
- Faculty Advisors:
Each Faculty has program advisors to support course planning and course selection
UCalgary Research Impact
A second COVID-19 wave? Here are six lessons from the first
Ways to manage the medical, social and economic costs, write Loren Falkenberg, Haskayne School of Business, and colleague in Conversation Canada...
Student Wellness Services
Medical and mental health services are available on campus.
Students can receive professional support as they prepare for their career after graduation.
Do you have students who are interested in playing for the Dinos? Students should directly contact the head coach of the sport they're interested in.
Applying for a study permit
Staff in International Student Services can legally answer questions from international students about the study permit application process.
Living on campus
Students are guaranteed a home on campus for the first two years of study if they apply for residence by May 1, 2021.