Many graduate programs will share a handful of common required supporting documents for initial uploading into CollegeNet/AppyWeb (e.g. unofficial academic transcripts from all institutions previously attended and currently attending , CV/Resume, Letters of Reference, Letter of Intent).
However, certain ones - and particularly at the Masters level - MAY require the presentation of additional items on-top of the previously listed base documents (e.g. satisfactory graduate admissions exam results (e.g. GMAT), an online portfolio of work samples, exemplary interview responses, an audition, etc.).
While being in possession of a foreign credential evaluation, as issued from a participating member of the Alliance of Credential Evaluation Services of Canada (ACESC) is an asset, it is normally not required for initial uLethbridge application purposes as our institution conducts its own process for evaluating academic records which originate from non-Canadian schools. All applicants will be eventually assigned to a dedicated uLethbridge Admissions Specialist, who will personally advise the former on whether or not a previously completed ACESC-issued evaluation will be needed for their individual admissibility assessment.
The subsequent arrangement of original hard-copy transcripts for mailed delivery to the uLethbridge Registrar’s Office (which is centralized through the Lethbridge Campus, even for Calgary-bound admits) will be required by the applicant, shortly after submitting their graduate application. This is to ensure that the soft copy transcripts which were originally presented by the applicant at the time of initial application sufficiently match the eventually received official copies (i.e. the provided docs were not forged or falsified).
*IMPORTANT: Regardless of the academic-level, any admission-intended documents that are unsolicitedly delivered to the university (hard copy or digital) without an accompanying application and existing uLethbridge student ID number to match them to, will be swiftly discarded without question.