An undergraduate degree, such as a Bachelor of Science, is typically pursued by students directly out of high school with no other post-secondary education experience. Students wishing to pursue an undergraduate degree in the Department of Physics and Astronomy can be admitted directly to the Faculty of Science and their program of choice. Our physics and astrophysics programs are almost always completed in four to five years.
For comprehensive information on admission procedures, please contact the prospective student page - a place for all prospective students to visit, includes links to the online application, virtual tours and campus tours.
Applications are accepted beginning in November of the year prior (e.g. November 2015 for fall 2016 admission) and continue until March 1.
To be admitted to the physics and astronomy degree program, you should have:
Admission standards forInternational Students vary. International Students who are interested in studying at the University of Calgary should visit the International Students Undergraduate Admission page. Current international students studying at the University of Calgary are asked to contact the International Center.
Mature, transferring and visiting students should consult the prospective student website or call the Recruitment and Admissions Office at (403) 210-7625 for specific admission requirements and more information. Open studies (non-degree) students should visit the enrolment services website for a detailed guide on how to register.
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