King’s University is a popular Christian post-secondary institution located in Edmonton, Alberta. This institution serves students and communities across Alberta, Western Canada, and globally. On top of that, tuition fees are low and cheap
King’s is actually an institution where professors and student have the firm belief that the world can be studied best when they acknowledge that it was created by God. Visit their campus and you’ll see friendly, welcoming faces. We do our best to reflect the love and grace of Jesus Christ to all students.
Complete your Online Application by clicking the ‘Apply Now’ button on the website.
You will be redirected to Apply Alberta. We recommend using Chrome as your browser
Pay the Application Fee
Pay your application fee inorder to complete your application process:
- $70 Application Fee (non-refundable): for applicants residing in Canada or the USA
- $140 International Application Fee (non-refundable): applicants who are international students
- $100 International Reduced Application fee
King’s will ask for official transcripts from your high school and from any post-secondary institutions you have attended in the past, including Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), YWAM, Capernwray, and other noteworthy programs. Note that Interim transcripts can be submitted for an initial admission decision if official transcripts are not available at the moment. We’ve also been told that King’s will automatically request official transcripts from Alberta high schools and most Alberta post-secondary schools. For all other institutions, you should request that official transcripts be mailed directly to King’s University.
International Applicants are expected to submit a copy of their passport and proof of English Proficiency.View English Proficiency requirements
Check Your Email
Once your application and documents have been duly received, you will be informed by email about your admission decision within two weeks (four weeks for international applicants). You should expect your official letter of admission to arrive in the mail eventually. (International Applicants on the other hand will receive their official letter via email rather than in the mail).
|Tuition & Fees (per term)||Fall 2019/20|
|Tuition (full course load, 15.5 credits)||$6,541|
|Mandatory Student Fees||$325|
|Student Healthcare Plan*||$242|
General Admission Requirements
High School Applicants: For applicants who are currently in high school or are under the age of 21 with no previous post-secondary education.
Accommodation & Lifestyle
Housing can easily be found on campus via their university residences, although a small number of students choose to live off campus . For more information on both on and off campus housing options, do well to check out their Student Residences web site.
Securing a job
Finding out if you’re eligible to work in Canada is the easy part – the next step is finding a suitable job or employment . Generally, Employers in Canada are always eager to recruit students for relevant part-time jobs, and there are tons of jobs available for local and international students .
Before you begin searching for jobs or applying, do not forget to put together your resume (CV) and cover letter. Infact, your resume and cover letter are your best chances of capturing a potential employer’s attention and standing out in the crowded job market. Make sure your resume is well updated and properly formatted for the expectations of Canadian employers. Your cover letter gives you an opportunity to showcase your personality and achievements. So put in the effort and write a tailored cover letter for each position and company you apply to, showing in clear terms how you fit the exact criteria the company is looking for. If you’re applying online the cover letter you write can form the basis of your introductory email, in which you attach your resume as a PDF not ms word.Take note. When searching for a job, there are several places you can start looking for jobs. There are popular websites such as Indeed, Monster and Craigslist that list hundreds of job postings for part-time employment.In addition, your city or town may have its own job portal for jobs, such as at recreation centres, libraries, or in administration.