For applicants who have previously received an Athabasca University (AU) student ID number, please note: you will need to "Login" using your AU student ID number before completing the form.
* Applicants submitting any official documents (e.g., transcripts) in a language other than English must provide an official translation of such documents. If the credential being submitted has been earned outside Canada and the US, documentation attesting to its equivalence to a Canadian baccalaureate degree is required. Such documentation can be obtained from an assessment agency that is a member of:
ACESC – Alliance of Credential Evaluation Services of Canada
When requesting an assessment please select the "Basic" assessment type that simply indicates the North American equivalent of your degree.
* It is the applicant’s responsibility to notify his or her referee that, in accordance with the Province of Alberta’s Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, the information contained in the letter of reference is not considered to be confidential.
The applicant, upon request, may view the information. Contact Dr. Susan Moisey, Program Director, PBCTBL, for more information.
There are two PBCTBL program intakes per year. The Centre for Distance Education office must receive all program application materials by March 1 for consideration into the certificate program starting in September of the same year, or by October 15 for consideration into the certificate program starting in January of the following year.
Information effective Sept. 1, 2016 to Aug. 31, 2017.
Updated April 21 2017 by laurab