As a student at the University of Alberta, you will find there are many things to navigate, stay on top of or look into. This section contains a variety of helpful resources including frequently asked questions, as well as information about tuition, scholarships and awards, careers, e-learning, finding a supervisor and your student association.
FAQs – Here are answers to some of the most common questions asked by applicants and students.
Tuition and Fees – Here you will find ways to calculate what tuition might look like for your studies.
Scholarships, Awards and Assistance - This is a central source of information about awards and scholarships available through the University of Alberta and elsewhere, as well as links to helpful sites.
Practicum – Students can find relevant information, contacts and procedures needed to set themselves up for a successful practicum.
Orientation - Find out more about the orientation that aims to help new students get settled in to the School.
Researchers and Supervisors – Browse through a list of School faculty who are accepting students and postdoctoral fellows for supervision.
Links for Students – Here students can find links to information about computing on campus, to housing, to University policy and services.
E-learning – Students who are not on campus, or who may be taking a class or two online, can find all relevant computing information, FAQs and helpful links to learning in a web-based environment.
Forms Cabinet – This page holds relevant and important forms for applicants and students.
Student Associations – Find a listing of the student associations with the School and the University and learn more about how to get involved.
Careers in Public Health – Here applicants and students can learn in what sectors graduates can find employment, see examples of what career paths graduates have followed, and find links to various job sites.