Algoma University

Algoma University

Sault Ste. Marie , Canada
  • 85
    Acceptance Rate
  • 22
    Available Programs
  • 1600
  • 12500
    Average Cost
  • 84.7
    Employment Rate
  • Program
  • Permit


A university where faculty are ready to share their knowledge and convictions and direct you on the right course, and where graduates have carved a path to follow. Algoma University is proud of its unique ways and it’s this drive that makes Algoma University the right place for you, your future, your mark.

There is one-on-one interaction with knowledgeable and caring faculty, hands-on experience through engaging programs, and the commitment to helping you in achieving your success. Algoma U holistic perspective encourages students, staff and faculty to defy the ordinary and explore new, experiential ways of learning. At Algoma, innovative and creative ways of learning and being are given a place to develop into ideas that change the world.

Entry requirements

- International applications are individually assessed on country-specific criteria.

- In general, there are 5-6 traditional academic courses in the final year of senior secondary including mathematics.

- Minimum average of 65% (though 70% is preferred and more likely to gain admission).

- Proof of language proficiency for non-native English speakers.

Duolingo English Test (DET) Overall 110; IELTS Academic 6.0 overall (including no individual band below 6.0); TOEFL: 550 (paper-based) or 79 (Internet-based); Pearson Test of English (PTE Academic): 63

Scholarship & funding

The university offers different kinds of scholarships for international students as:




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Student life

As a student at Algoma U, you can relax at night in the student centre, The Speakeasy, where you can listen to a band, sing your heart out in karaoke, or dance the night away at a themed pub night. If the pub isn’t your scene, don’t worry. There’s plenty of student clubs with a wide variety of interests – everything from gaming, social activism, gardening, and photography.