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.
School of Public Health Calendar 2011/12