MacEwan University

MacEwan University, located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, is a public undergraduate university offering a wide range of programs in arts, sciences, business, nursing, and other professional fields. Established in 1971, it was named after Dr. Grant MacEwan, a prominent Alberta politician and author.

MacEwan is known for its focus on undergraduate education, providing students with a supportive learning environment and small class sizes. The university emphasizes hands-on learning experiences, including co-op placements, internships, and research opportunities, to help students develop practical skills and gain real-world experience in their chosen fields.

The university has several campuses in downtown Edmonton, including the City Centre Campus, Alberta College Campus, and Centre for the Arts and Communications. These campuses are interconnected and provide students with access to a wide range of resources, including state-of-the-art facilities, libraries, and student services.

MacEwan University is recognized for its strong community engagement and partnerships with industry, government, and non-profit organizations. It offers a variety of student services and supports, including academic advising, career development, counseling, and health services, to help students succeed both academically and personally.

Accounting & Strategic Management
Arts & Cultural Management
Asia Pacific management
Bachelors of Arts
Bachelors of Child & Youth Care
Bachelors of Commerce
Bachelors of Communications Studies
Bachelors of Design
Bachelors of Fine Arts
Bachelors of Music
Bachelors of Physical Education Transfer
Bachelors of psychiatric Nursing
Bachelors of Science
Bachelors of Science in Nursing
Bachelors of Social Work
Business management
Correctional Works
Digital Experience Design
Educational Assistant
Emergency Communications & Response
Foundation Program International
Human Resource Management
Insurance & Risk management
Library & Information Technology
Massage Therapy
Peralegal Studies
Physical Therapist
Police & Investigation
Professional Communication
Psychiatric Nursing
Pulic Relations
Social work
Speech Language Pathologist Assistant
Studio Arts
Theatre Production
Travel & Tourism

Admission Requirements


Undergraduate Programs Requirements:

  • Intermediate (12 years of education)/ A- Level or equivalent qualification with at-least 70 - 80% marks.
  • IELTS: overall score of 6.5, no band less than 5.5.

Additional Requirements:

  • TOEFL: 86, Pte: 59, Duolingo: 110.

Note: Requirements may vary for different programs.


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