The King's University Admission 2020-2021, Requirement, Deadline & Acceptance Rate
The King’s University exists to provide university education that inspires learners to bring renewal to every person as followers of Jesus Christ, the Servant-King. Dr. Melanie Humphreys is in the sixth year as President and CEO of The King’s University. King's provides refined liberal arts programs taught by world-class and national award-winning professors.
- The King’s University provided 600+ courses.
- Every year 200+ churches support King’s each year.
- American students are applied to domestic student deadlines and application fee, but are considered international for all other purposes
- The student population in the university is 910 students with student-to-faculty ratio of 10:1.
- The average class size is 20.
- Demographics of the degrees:
- 8% Bachelor of Commerce
- 8% Bachelor of Education After Degree
- 54% Bachelor of Arts
- 28% Bachelor of Science
- 2% Bachelor of Music
- The top five majors are biology, psychology, education, commerce, politics-history-economics.
- The university consists 93% Canadian students and 7% international students.
- The total alumni are 5000+.
|Application Portal||Apply Online|
|Application Fee||Canadian or USA students – $70|
International students – $140
International reduced application fee – $100
|Mode of Payment||Credit Card or debit card|
|Average ACT Score for USA students||20 or higher|
|Average SAT score for USA students||1100 or higher|
|International Application Deadlines||International Fall reduced application fee deadline – April 15|
International Fall deadline – June 15
International winter reduced application fee deadline – August 15
International Winter deadline – October 15
|Work Experience||Recommended for transfer students|
For Canadian Students
- Fall application opens – October 1
- 1st round of after-degree admissions – March 31
- Winter application opens – February 1
- 2nd round of education after-degree admissions - May 15
- Fall Application deadline – August 15
- After degree application deadline – August 25
- Document submission deadline for fall term – September 30
- Winter application deadline – December 15
- Document submission deadline for winter term – Jan 31
For International deadlines
- International Fall reduced application fee deadline – April 15
- International Fall deadline – June 15
- International winter reduced application fee deadline – August 15
- International Winter deadline – October 15
The King’s University Undergraduate Admissions
- Complete your Online Application by clicking the 'Apply Now' button on the website of the university.
- It will redirect to Apply Alberta. It is recommended to use Google Chrome as your browser.
- Pay the application fee to complete your application process:
- $70 Application Fee (non-refundable) for applicants residing in Canada or the USA
- $140 International Application Fee (non-refundable) for applicants residing internationally
- $100 International Reduced Application fee
- Pay the application fee with debit card or credit card.
- Submit the official documents to the university.
- The university requires official transcripts from high school and from any post-secondary institutions previously attended.
- The international applicants require submitting English proficiency test scores, Program-specific documents.
- For high-school admission requirement the international applicants need to complete five grade 12 courses with a minimum average of 60%.
- The university will automatically request official transcripts from Alberta high schools and most Alberta post-secondary institutions. For other schools, the applicant must request that official transcripts be mailed directly to the university.
English Proficiency Test Score for International Students
For students who have written or planned to attempt the standardized exams the scores are given below.
|TOEFL (internet-based test)||88|
|TOEFL (paper-delivered test)||64|
|Pearson Test of English||59|
|Canadian Academic English Language||70|
|Michigan English Language Assessment Battery||90|
|SAT Written test||610|
Visa Process for International Students
Apply for study permit
- After getting official letter of admission, then apply for a study permit. Apply for it before three to six months of the beginning of the semester.
- Some students also apply for Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) or Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA).
Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA)
- Get the passport, debit card or credit, and read the application help document, which is available in several languages.
- Use the online form to apply.
- Pay $7 CAD for your eTA right after you complete filling the form.
- Get an email about the application.
- Most applicants get their eTA approval within minutes and some of them take several days.
- After it gets approved, check whether the passport number is correct.
- After the approval of the eTA, it will be linked to the passport you used to apply.
- Documents required:
- Acceptance letter from a designated learning institution
- Valid passport or travel document
- Proof you can support yourself, and any family members who come with an applicant, while he/she is in Canada.
- Apply for a study permit from Canada. The application gets processed as soon as possible.
- It makes sure that the application is complete before submitting.
- The applicants can quickly submit more document online.
- The applicants can get updates on the status of the application on the online account.
The King’s University Education After-Degree Admissions
- Complete the online application at applyalbert on the website.
- Application deadline – May 15
- Transcripts from all post-secondary education institutions attended.
- A statement providing evidence of significant work or volunteer experience with children and/or adolescents (or EDUC 251).
- Letter confirming work experience from a supervisor.
- An essay (750-1000 words) outlining your philosophy of education (or EDUC 300).
- Four-year bachelor degree from an accredited institution.
- Minimum 2.5 GPA in the last 60 credits of study in their first degree.
- A minimum of 30 credits in a teachable major.
- A minimum of nine credits in a teachable minor.
- Courses n Education Philosophy, and Introduction to teaching are also recommended, but not required.
Note – Graduate courses are not available.