Experience matters

Build a well-rounded university experience that is personally meaningful allows you to explore your passions and helps you to prepare for life after university.

Opportunities for all students

Agility

Explore new ideas through hands-on experiences, including workshops, courses and events.

Career Services

Navigate the transition between school, job search and employment as successful employees.

Co-operative education

Combine paid, real-world work experience with your academic studies.

Studying abroad

Explore the world and get course credit with exchanges, study tours, internships or volunteer programs around the world.

Volunteer with the International Centre

Navigate the transition between school, job search and employment as successful employees.

uVolunteer

A partnership between the University and Volunteer Lethbridge that helps you find meaningful volunteer opportunities, record your hours and even gain course credit!

As an official record of your curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular experiential learning, the uLethbridge myExperience Transcript (MET) will supplement your academic transcript and reflect your complete university experience.

Undergraduate opportunities

For students in a bachelor degree program

Applied Studies

Earn academic credit for learning gained through employment or volunteer experiences.

Living and Learning Community

Students in Fine Arts or the Dhillon School of Business living in residence can connect with other members of their faculty and community.

Global Citizenship Cohort

Connect some of your first-year courses around a common theme while interacting with a group of like-minded students.

Independent Studies

Design your own research project with a professor of your choice. Contact your department for more information.

Research

Participate in research experiences, no matter your discipline or year of study.

Semester at Sea

Sail around the world with a ship as your classroom thanks to this amazing scholarship opportunity!

Global Citizenship Cohort

University of Lethbridge - Jamie Lewis

Semester at Sea

Take your education outside the classroom - Semester at Sea

Graduate opportunities

For students in a master's or PhD program

Graduate Assistant Teaching Development Program

Gain the skills to lead, teach and train others. Upon completion of this program, you will receive formal recognition which can be a valuable addition to your CV.

Graduate Students Association

The GSA represents graduate students across campus and provides opportunities to get involved and develop new skills.

Images of Research

A competition that sees you present your research, scholarly and creative work in an artistic way.

Three Minute Thesis (3MT®)

A research communication competition that challenges you to give a three-minute summary of your thesis in an interesting and easy-to-understand way.

THRIVE

Opportunities for graduate students in three main skill sets: teaching, research, and professional and career development.

Shining Student: Holly Kletke

Holly Kletke knew she would attend post-secondary but wasn’t set on what to study. After applying to several universities for Political Science, she took a chance and applied to the music/education combined degrees …

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Shining Student: Nathan Crow

Nathan Crow already felt a strong connection to uLethbridge long before he applied. The University resides on traditional Blackfoot territory and he is a proud member of the Kainai Nation (Blackfoot).

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Shining Student: David Awosoga

David Awosoga graduated from high school in Lethbridge, and knew how appealing University life would be in a place he was comfortable, so uLethbridge was the perfect option.

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Shining Student: Meghan Rennie

Meghan Rennie knew she was an artist at a very young age. At 16-years old, she started a business in Cold Lake, Alberta, selling hand-made greeting cards and discovered that she also had a strong …

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