Painting – Alberta University of the Arts

FACTS

LOCATION: Calgary, Alberta

SCHOOL TYPE: University

LANGUAGE: English

FULL-TIME UNDERGRADUATE: 1,225 Students

ENTRANCE DATES: January, September

CANADIAN STUDENT TUITION STARTS AT: $4,793

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT TUITION STARTS AT: $15,980

SCHOLARSHIPS: 84 Scholarship(s)

WEBSITE https://www.auarts.ca/

TELEPHONE: (403) 284-7617

TOLL-FREE: (800) 251-8290

FAX: (403) 284-7644

EMAIL: myfuture@auarts.ca

ADDRESS: 1407 14 Avenue N.W., Calgary, Alberta, Canada

ABOUT

Since 1926, Alberta University of the Arts, AUArts (formerly ACAD) has inspired thousands of students to pursue their dreams.

As Alberta’s only dedicated art, craft and design university, we’re proud to play an important role in nurturing creativity and driving innovation in our province and around the world. From our academic programs to grass-roots community partnerships, there’s a lot going on at AUArts – we hope you’ll join us.

Our degree programs are studio-based, which means hands-on. In our studios you’ll explore multiple media, applying new techniques and immersing yourself in the practice and culture of art and design. You’ll have access to a wide range of unique opportunities, including a strong international exchange program and a robust scholarship and awards offering for incoming students. Most importantly, with a 1:15 faculty-to-student ratio, our average studio class is kept to 15 students so you’ll receive individual, personal attention from a faculty made up of a diverse group of over 130 professional practicing artists, designers and scholars.

The university is located on Calgary’s North Hill, overlooking the Bow River and the downtown skyline, in a building designed in 1973 specifically as an art college. The central mall is a thoroughfare, meeting place, and exhibition space for artwork. The college is the home for two galleries, the public Illingworth Kerr Gallery and the student-run Marion Nicoll Gallery. It also has an outstanding collection in the Luke Lindoe Library of books, slides, and periodicals on contemporary and historical art. Other on-site facilities include an art supply/bookstore and a cafeteria.

A connecting Light Rapid Transit station offers AUArts students easy, inexpensive access to the wide world of Calgary, including museums, galleries, theatres, the zoo, public libraries, and the University of Calgary. AUArts students may participate in a variety of public service projects and practicum placements throughout the city. In addition, the College offers a student exchange program, which permits students to pursue a year of study at other institutions in Canada, North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia.

Want to know more? Visit auarts.ca for more info, or book a tour to come see it for yourself at 403.284.7617, myfuture@auarts.ca. Don’t miss any of the important deadlines, start your application process online today!

Areas of Expertise

AUArts faculty members are highly motivated, practicing professional artists and designers who bring commitment, enthusiasm, and a wealth of practical experience to the classrooms and studios. They emphasize studio instruction with a focus on individual growth and development through hands-on experience with a wide range of techniques and approaches. Students learn how to look at art and how to critique each other’s work. Studios are spacious and the classes are small. The university’s student/space and student/faculty ratios are among the best in the country.

The curriculum encompasses a wide range of majors in visual arts and design. Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) majors are offered in the following studio disciplines: Ceramics, Drawing, Fibre, Glass, Jewellery & Metals, Media Arts, Painting, Printmaking, and Sculpture. A Bachelor of Design (BDes) is offered in Photography and Visual Communications Design with streams in Graphic Design, Advertising, Illustration and Character Design. All students must complete First Year Studies before moving into an area of concentration. First Year Studies provides students with a variety of studio experiences, contemporary theory and practice, art history, and liberal studies to ensure that students gain broad exposure and a well-rounded education.

On Campus Housing

While AU Arts does not operate a residence, students may apply to live in residence on the SAIT Campus adjacent to AU Arts. Further information about the SAIT residence may be obtained from the SAIT Web site or residence@sait.ca.

Off Campus Housing

The University of Calgary’s Student Union maintains a housing registry on the Web site, which lists numerous accommodations available near the campus. Students are advised to begin to locate housing in May and June. Students should expect to pay at least $600.00 to $800.00 for a one-bedroom apartment. The Housing Registry Network is a project of Connect Calgary, one of Canada’s 12 SMART Communities funded by Industry Canada. AU Arts students can access the housing list on the Web site. A printed copy is also posted outside of Student Services and updated weekly.

Incoming Students

At the beginning of each semester, Student Services provides a New Student Orientation to introduce new students to College staff and facilities. During Orientation, students have the opportunity to meet other new students and to tour the ACAD campus. Personal and career counselling, as well as study skills assistance, is available to all ACAD students.

Sports

AU Arts students can participate in a variety of competitive sports and physical activities at the SAIT Campus Centre. Connected to AU Arts by an enclosed walkway, the Campus Centre offers excellent athletic and physical recreation facilities. These include a 35 metre salt water swimming pool and diving area, a multi-purpose gymnasium, a hockey rink, handball and squash courts, a fully equipped weight training room, plus men’s and women’s locker and steam rooms. The Campus Centre coordinates intramural sports and open recreational activities, as well as a full range of activity classes and sports clubs. AU Arts athletes may also be eligible to compete on SAIT intercollegiate sports teams.

Clubs

Through the AU Arts Students’ Association, students have opportunities to form clubs in areas of interest. The SAIT Campus Centre also coordinates recreation and sports clubs.

Information Technology

Computing & Technical Services provides students, faculty, and staff with Computing, Digital, and Audiovisual support and services. Its staff of specialists develops, maintains, and operates purposed facilities and processes, both physical and virtual, in support of AU Artsemic programming and the global AU Arts community.
IOLAB
The IOLAB offers a variety of digital output options including film writing, and laser and wide format inkjet printing. Colour copier services are also available, as well as CD writing and self serve film scanning.
Audiovisual Services (AVS)
Audiovisual Services provides audiovisual equipment and assistance in support of curriculum delivery on campus. AVS operates a well-equipped photography studio specifically for the photography of artwork using both film and digital means. AVS also provides an equipment loan system, photography services, slide duplications services, off-campus photo lab services, technical support, and special services to College programs and departments.
AV Suite
The AV suite supports audio and video digital recording and capture from a variety of sources. The design supports effect workstations, sound recording, final rendering, and both analog and digital print to tape.
General Access to Computers
General access to computing is available to the global AU Arts community. A variety of computer stations and devices are available including flatbed scanning and network laser printing as well as access to IOLAB output services. All stations have a word processor and browser and most have recent version software applications.

Cultural

The AU Arts campus features two art galleries. The Illingworth Kerr Gallery is a highly recognized public gallery, which hosts exhibits of national and international acclaim. The student-run Marion Nicoll Gallery provides opportunities for students to exhibit throughout the AU Artsemic year.

Special Services

Students with Disabilities
Students who have special needs should identify those needs when applying. Appointments will be arranged to discuss the accommodation of their needs. AU Arts Student Services provides personal and AU Artsemic counselling and can provide assistance for students with learning disabilities. The University is wheelchair accessible.

Affiliated Institutions

Bow Valley College and Alberta University of the Arts jointly offer the Artstream Program.

International Involvement

The University has an active student exchange program and is a member of the international Student Mobility Program. Both offer students an opportunity to spend their third year studying at other art colleges and institutions in North America, England, Finland, France, Germany, New Zealand, Norway, Scotland, Sweden, and Australia.

Campus Tour

Open House & Portfolio Days
The best time to see the University at work is during Open House & Portfolio Days. In conjunction with our Open House, we will conduct portfolio reviews. Prospective First Year Studies applicants are invited to bring their portfolios. Faculty members will be available to discuss portfolio development. Reviews will be on a first-come, first-served basis. Guided tours are offered during Open House & Portfolio Days. Call (403) 284-7617 for information or to book a group tour.
Information Sessions
Information Sessions are held throughout the year. These sessions provide prospective students with information regarding AU Arts programs, the application and admission process, and career opportunities in arts and design.
Information sessions are held in the AU Arts Stanford Perrott Lecture Theatre. No appointment is necessary.
University Tours
University tours are provided for prospective students and are available throughout the year. Tours visit all studio areas, and provide admission and program information. Guided tours are offered during Open House or by appointment.
To inquire about Information Sessions or to book a University tour, contact the Admissions Office at (403) 284-7617, TTY (403) 284 7643, or call toll free in North America at (800) 251-8290.

ADMISSIONS

Requirements for Canadian Students

Future Students Current Students Alumni Degrees and Programs Continuing Education About AUArts Faculty and Staff Support AUArts Top Menu You are here HomeFuture StudentsHow to applyAcademic requirements Academic requirements AUArts typically accepts students to begin First Year Studies on an annual basis in September. January admission is atypical and may impact program progression. For more details on January admission please contact the Recruitment and Admissions Office at admissions@auarts.ca. Applications will be reviewed as of the October 1 opening date. Applicants may be awarded full admission, conditional admission, waitlist, or decline. All offers of admission are contingent upon the successful completion of Grade 12 (or equivalent) and/or English language proficiency requirements. Final official transcripts are due no later than August 1 to complete the application file. Applicants must possess a high school diploma, have achieved a grade of at least 60% in four grade 12 subjects, including a grade of 60% or higher your school’s highest-level English class (or equivalent), and meet English language proficiency requirements. There are also specific artistic portfolio requirements for all applicants. Please visit auarts.ca for more information about admissions and artistic portfolio requirements.

Requirements for International Students

International applicants are evaluated on the basis of equivalency of an Alberta high school diploma and a minimum of 60% in the final year of study. All final transcripts must be forwarded directly from applicants’ educational institution to AUArts Admissions Office by August 1. All transcripts issued in a language other than English must be accompanied by notarized English translations.

English Language Proficiency
Portfolio of visual artwork – 12 pieces
Statement of Intent – up to 500 words

Procedure for Canadian Students

Application form submission online at ApplyAlberta.ca requires a non-refundable $110 fee, in-progress transcripts and English language proficiency documents (if required)
Priority Application deadline: February 1
General Application deadline: July 1 (while seats are available)
Priority Application Portfolio due: February 1
Official transcripts and English language proficiency documents (if required) due: August 1

Procedure for International Students

The application process for International Students is the same for Domestic Students.

Academic Year

Type of System Semester
Entrance Dates January, September
Notes: AUArt’s academic year runs from September to May with the possibility of taking classes in Spring Summer if desired. The fall semester starts in September and ends in December and the winter semester starts in January and ends in April. A limited spring/summer semester begins in May and ends in August.
Language of Instruction English

FEES & SCHOLARSHIPS

Tuition Fees

International Students: $15,980 – $31,250

Notes for Canadian Students:

ACAD uses a per credit system of assessing tuition fees. The above represents tuition for a student taking a load of 30 credits per academic year. Fees include ACADSA’s Health and Dental Benefits Plan (September to April), and unlimited access to Calgary Transit’s light rail and bus systems during the period of enrolment (September to April). Estimated material costs for a first year studies student are $3150. However, due to the individual nature of art education, estimated material costs might vary substantially from student to student, and from program to program. Estimated supply/material costs vary for each major and program of study. For complete information relating to tuition/fees please visit https://acad.ca/future-students/how-apply-bachelors-degree/tuition-and-fees.

Notes for International Students:

Undergraduate Tuition Fees (per year) 2018/2019 – $14,934.90 (full-time international students, two semesters)
Supplementary Fees (per year) 2018/2019: $1123 (approximately for student association fees)
ACAD uses a per-credit system of assessing tuition fees. The above represent tuition and student fees for a student taking an average load of 15 credits per semester, 30 credits per academic year.
For current tuition rates and fee information, visit https://www.auarts.ca/.

Supplementary Fees 2023 – 2024

ACADSA membership
Lowest $141
Highest $281

NOTE: includes $4.49 in CFS Fees

SAIT Wellness Centre
Lowest $40
Highest $80

NOTE: This fee is mandatory.

Health + Dental planac
Lowest $262
Highest $262

NOTE: All full-time students must pay this premium for mandatory full year health/dental coverage in September. Students providing proof of equivalent alternate health and/or dental benefits to the Students’ Association Office by Friday, September 21, 2018 will be refunded this amount by the benefits company. NOTE: Alberta Health Care is not considered equivalent coverage. See the Students’ Association for opt-out conditions/ deadlines, coverage for family and/or dependents, coverage for part-time students and coverage for students starting in January. The opt-in deadline for students starting their studies in January is Friday, January 23, 2019.

Student services fee
Lowest $30
Highest $60

NOTE: This fee is mandatory.

Universal transit pass (U-Pass)
Lowest $145
Highest $290

NOTE: All full-time students are assessed a mandatory universal transit pass fee (UPASS) which entitles students to unlimited City of Calgary transit services for the semester. Fall U-Passes are valid from September 1 to December 31, 2019 and Winter U-Passes are valid from January 1 to April 30, 2020. U-Passes are valid on all Calgary Transit buses and CTrains operated by the City of Calgary at all hours of operation. U-Passes are not transferable by the holder, and may be revoked by the City of Calgary if it is misused or presented for transportation by any person other than the person to whom it is issued. The City of Calgary maintains the right to inspect the U-Pass used by a student and to ask the student for another form of identification to ensure that the U-Pass is being used by the person to whom it is issued. The City of Calgary maintains the right to deny a student access to the Calgary Transit system and impose fines in accordance with the City by-laws, if the student does not possess a valid U-Pass or other valid pass or ticket. Students who are caught violating these regulations also face a non-academic misconduct allegation and investigation at AU Arts.

Network access fee
Lowest $63
Highest $125

NOTE: This fee is mandatory.

Processing fee (first year and part-time only)
Lowest $13
Highest $25

NOTE: This fee is mandatory.

Scholarships

Canadian Students
Entrance: 8 Lowest: $500 Highest: $6,000
In-School: 24 Lowest: $100 Highest: $10,000
International Students
Entrance: 12 Lowest: $300 Highest: $2,000
In-School: 85 Lowest: $200 Highest: $7,850

Bursaries

Canadian Students
Entrance: 9 Lowest: $250 Highest: $1,000
In-School: 24 Lowest: $200 Highest: $2,500
International Students
In-School: 14 Lowest: $300 Highest: $1,200

Notes for Canadian Students

The Alberta College of Art + Design administers an active and growing awards program that includes a number of entrance tuition scholarships, which are based on merit of entrance portfolio and previous academic achievement. Information about entrance scholarships accompanies the application package. All applicants, including international applicants, are eligible for entrance scholarships. All new students to the College will automatically be considered for entrance scholarships, applications are not required.

Notes for International Students

Scholarship Value Deadline Monthly Views
Illingworth Kerr Travel/Study ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsAny $2,000 February 01, 2023 Moderate
The City Of Calgary BursaryAlberta University Of The ArtsAny $1,200 May 01, 2023 Moderate
Joyce & Owen Hughes Memorial BursaryAlberta University Of The ArtsAny $1,200 May 01, 2023 High
Laura Mae Stillings ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsPainting $1,000 May 01, 2023 Low
Illingworth Kerr BursaryAlberta University Of The Arts, Alberta University Of The Arts – Post Diploma Degree ProgramAny $1,000 May 01, 2023 Low
Stanford Perrott Innovative Projects ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsAny $1,000 May 01, 2023 Low
The Owen ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsAny $500 May 01, 2023 Low
Alberta-NWT Command, The Royal Canadian Legion BursaryAlberta University Of The ArtsAny $1,000 May 01, 2023 Low
Homesteader’s Legacy ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsAny $2,000 February 01, 2023 Low
Continuing Arts Association Travel ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsAny $1,000 February 01, 2023 Low
John H. And Kathleen Snow ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsAny $800 May 01, 2023 Low
Jim Dinning/Calgary Lougheed ScholarshipAlberta University Of The Arts, Bow Valley College, Mount Royal University, SAIT, University Of CalgaryAny $2,000 May 30, 2023 Moderate
Gregory Arnold Memorial ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsAny $500 May 01, 2023 Low
Henry Clinton ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsDesign and Visual Communications, General $500 May 01, 2023 Low
Illingworth Kerr ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsAny $500 May 01, 2023 Low
The M. James And Elsie Mathieson Scholarship (The Calgary Foundation)Alberta University Of The ArtsPhotography $500 May 01, 2023 Low
Don And Honey Ray Memorial ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsSculpture $1,000 May 01, 2023 Low
Tyman And Victor Brosz Memorial Glass ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsFine Arts and Art Studies, Other $500 May 01, 2023 Low
GDC (The Society Of Graphic Designers Of Canada) Alberta South Chapter ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsDesign and Visual Communications, General $1,500 May 01, 2023 Low
Bernard Franklin Stockl Memorial ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsDesign and Visual Communications, General $1,000 May 01, 2023 Low
Ivan Sellers Memorial ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsAny $1,000 May 01, 2023 Low
Pilchuck Glass School ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsFine Arts and Art Studies, Other n/s February 01, 2023 Low
AUArts Students’ Association BursaryAlberta University Of The ArtsAny $500 May 01, 2023 Low
The Delwyn Darling Memorial Endowment BursaryAlberta University Of The ArtsAny $1,000 May 01, 2023 Low
Jewellery + Metals Leadership AwardAlberta University Of The ArtsMetal and Jewellery Arts $5,000 May 01, 2023 Low
Barbara And John Poole Family ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsAny $500 May 01, 2023 Low
Wilfred And Elsie Perrott Bursary EndowmentAlberta University Of The ArtsAny $1,000 May 01, 2023 Low
AuArts 2nd Year Painting And Drawing ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsAny $500 May 01, 2023 Low
Glass Student Fund EndowmentAlberta University Of The ArtsFine Arts and Art Studies, OtherGlazier $750 February 01, 2023 Low
Delwyn Darling Memorial Endowment ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsPainting $1,000 May 01, 2023 Low
The 3M Direct Entry ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsCeramic Arts and Ceramics $1,000 May 01, 2023 Low
Janet Mitchell BursaryAlberta University Of The ArtsAny $500 May 01, 2023 Low
City Of Calgary Degree-Granting ScholarshipAlberta University Of The Arts, Mount Royal University, University Of Calgary, University Of Calgary – Department Of Art And Art History, University Of Calgary – School Of Creative And Performing ArtsAny $1,700 May 30, 2023 Moderate
AUArts Board Of Governors’ First Year ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsAny $1,000 May 01, 2023 Low
Janine Trudel And Steve Coughlin And Family Memorial ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsDesign and Visual Communications, General $500 May 01, 2023 Low
The Rondi Lee Johnson Memorial Ceramics Community ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsCeramic Arts and Ceramics $500 May 01, 2023 Low
James And Lillian Budd Family Bursary For AUArts Students With Disabilities (The Calgary Foundation)Alberta University Of The ArtsAny $1,000 May 01, 2023 Low
James Melville Memorial BursaryAlberta University Of The ArtsAny $1,000 May 01, 2023 Low
AUArtsSA Fourth Year Legacy ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsAny $1,200 May 01, 2023 Low
AUArts SA Third Year Legacy ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsAny $800 May 01, 2023 Low
AUArts SA Second Year Legacy ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsAny $600 May 01, 2023 Low
The Doris Brown Memorial ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsPainting $2,500 May 01, 2023 Low
The Harley Brown Artistic EndowmentAlberta University Of The ArtsAny $2,000 May 01, 2023 Low
Alberta Potters’ Association Ceramics ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsCeramic Arts and Ceramics $500 May 01, 2023 Low
Dr. J.C. Sproule Memorial ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsCeramic Arts and Ceramics $500 February 01, 2023 Low
Frances A. Rodgers Memorial Scholarship In CeramicsAlberta University Of The ArtsCeramic Arts and Ceramics $500 February 01, 2023 Low
The Nicole Jennifer Creig Memorial ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsPhotography $2,000 May 01, 2023 Low
Jenny Belzberg EndowmentAlberta University Of The ArtsSculpture $500 May 01, 2023 Low
Ad Rodeo ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsAdvertisingDesign and Visual Communications, General $1,000 May 01, 2023 Low
Eugene Ouchi Memorial ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsDesign and Visual Communications, General $500 May 01, 2023 Low
IATSE (International Alliance Of Theatrical Stage Employees) Local 212 BursaryAlberta University Of The ArtsAny $500 May 01, 2023 Low
Knorr Paint By Palette BursaryAlberta University Of The ArtsPainting $1,000 May 01, 2023 Low
Rotary Club Of Calgary MacEachern BursaryAlberta University Of The ArtsAny $1,500 May 01, 2023 Low
Paul Brace Memorial ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsDesign and Applied Arts, Other $500 May 01, 2023 Low
The Passion PagesAlberta University Of The ArtsAny $500 May 01, 2023 Low
Arthur & Betty Torode Memorial ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsPainting $500 May 01, 2023 Low
Bob Ranson Memorial AwardAlberta University Of The ArtsPhotography $500 May 01, 2023 Low
Rosalee Hiebert Memorial Scholarship EndowmentAlberta University Of The ArtsPhotography $1,000 May 01, 2023 Low
Wendi Jenkins Memorial ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsSculpture $1,000 May 01, 2023 Low
Art & Culture BursaryAlberta University Of The ArtsPaintingSculpture $2,000 May 01, 2023 Low
Calgary Hadassah-Wizo AwardAlberta University Of The ArtsMetal and Jewellery Arts $500 May 01, 2023 Low
Calgary Winter Festival Foundation ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsAny $500 May 01, 2023 Low
Dr. Blythe K.V. Brown Exploration ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsAny $1,750 February 01, 2023 Low
Ignac And Karla Herskovic Memorial ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsFine/Studio Arts, General $500 May 01, 2023 Low
Medalta Residency AwardAlberta University Of The ArtsCeramic Arts and Ceramics $1,000 February 01, 2023 Low
Monika Smith Ceramics AwardAlberta University Of The ArtsCeramic Arts and Ceramics $500 May 01, 2023 Low
New Zones Gallery Of Contemporary Art Graduating ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsDrawingPaintingSculpture $500 May 01, 2023 Low
Rod ‘Stu’ Stuart Memorial BursaryAlberta University Of The ArtsIntermedia/Multimedia $500 May 01, 2023 Moderate
The Federation Of Canadian Artists BursaryAlberta University Of The ArtsFine/Studio Arts, General $1,000 May 01, 2023 Low
The John Brocke Memorial ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsPainting $500 May 01, 2023 Low
The Orinda Dean ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsAny $500 May 01, 2023 Low
The Richard Halliday Memorial ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsDrawingPainting $500 May 01, 2023 Low
The Studio At The Corning Museum Of Glass ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsFine Arts and Art Studies, Other n/s February 01, 2023 Low
UrbanGlass Residency AwardAlberta University Of The ArtsFine Arts and Art Studies, Other $1,125 February 01, 2023 Low
The Meredith Helgeson Textile & Fibre Arts ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsFiber, Textile and Weaving Arts $750 May 01, 2023 Low
Jennifer J. Worley Memorial ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsDesign and Visual Communications, General $500 May 01, 2023 Low
Fibre Forward AwardAlberta University Of The ArtsFiber, Textile and Weaving Arts $500 May 01, 2023 Low
Susanne Agopsowicz Memorial Scholarship (The Calgary Foundation)Alberta University Of The ArtsAny $500 February 01, 2023 Low
Arjun Negi Memorial BursaryAlberta University Of The ArtsAny $500 February 01, 2023 Low
AUArts 1st Year Studies ScholarshipAlberta University Of The ArtsAny $500 May 01, 2023 Low
Brett Robinson Kilroe Scholarship For International StudiesAlberta University Of The ArtsDesign and Visual Communications, General $10,000 February 01, 2023 Low
Lumel Studios Yukon Experience/Adventure AwardAlberta University Of The ArtsFine Arts and Art Studies, Other n/s February 01, 2023 Low
Pittsburgh Glass Centre Residency AwardAlberta University Of The ArtsFine Arts and Art Studies, Other n/s February 01, 2023 Low
NIHAL SINGH RAS UNDERGRADUATE BURSARYAlberta University Of The ArtsBiomedical Sciences, GeneralKinesiology and Exercise Science $1,000 n/s Low

ALL PROGRAMS

  • Artstream Certificate
  • Ceramics Bachelor
  • Critical and Creative Studies Bachelor
  • Drawing Bachelor
  • Fibre Bachelor
  • First Year Studies Bachelor
  • Glass (BFA) Bachelor
  • Jewellery + Metals Bachelor
  • Media Arts Bachelor
  • Painting Bachelor
  • Photography Bachelor
  • Print Media Bachelor
  • Sculpture Bachelor
  • Visual Communications Design Bachelor

CONTACT US

Admissions for Canadian Students
Admissions and Recruitment
1407 14 Avenue N.W.
Calgary, AB   T2N 4R3
Canada
Tel: (403) 284-7617
Toll Free: (800) 251-8290
Fax: (403) 284-7644
Website: https://www.auarts.ca/
Email: admissions@auarts.ca

Admissions for International Students
Admissions and Recruitment
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Calgary, AB   T2N 4R3
Canada
Tel: (403) 284-7617
Toll Free: (800) 251-8290
Fax: (403) 284-7644
Website: https://www.auarts.ca/
Email: admissions@auarts.ca

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Tel: (403) 284-7640
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Email: coned@auarts.ca

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Canada
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Toll Free: (800) 251-8290
Fax: (403) 284-7644
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Email: admissions@auarts.ca

Support for Students with Disabilities
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Canada
Tel: (403) 338-5513
Toll Free: (800) 251-8290
Fax: (403) 284-7636
Website: https://www.auarts.ca/continuing-education/student-resources/accessibility-information
Email: learning.assistance@auarts.ca

General Contact Information
Admissions and Recruitment
1407 14 Avenue N.W.
Calgary, AB   T2N 4R3
Canada
Tel: (403) 284-7617
Toll Free: (800) 251-8290
Fax: (403) 284-7644
Website: http://www.auarts.ca
Email: myfuture@auarts.ca

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