Are you studying outside of Canada and the United States?
We have gathered a variety of resources to help international students succeed in the MAIS program, including:
As English is the primary language of instruction at Athabasca University, it is the applicant's responsibility to ensure he/she has an adequate level of proficiency in the English language. Moreover, since the MAIS is a graduate level program, it is to be expected that the materials will be challenging. Although faculty will try to facilitate the learning process as much as possible, they may have to redirect students to alternate remedial resources.
International students must provide documentation supporting the successful completion of at least one of the following English as a Second Language (ESL) assessments before his or her application will be considered:
Equivalencies may be considered upon request.
Applicants submitting any official documents (e.g., transcripts) earned outside of Canada or the United States, or in a language other than English or French, must provide an official translation of such documents. All student submissions will be measured for their possible Canadian equivalence. Application forms for the International Assessments are available online from: IQAS. Send your completed IQAS application form, fees, and information to:
International Qualifications Assessment Service
9th Floor, 108 Street
Building 9942 108 Street
Edmonton AB T5K 2J5
Updated February 24 2016 by Student & Academic Services