Alberta’s new Learner Pathways System supports student mobility and success
New Supports for Members
ACAT introduces a new Learner Pathways System to support students with admission and transfer activities.
The new Learner Pathways System is:
Able to Access More Information: Get greater access to planning tools and information via the updated Transfer Alberta website, Search application and Search mobile app.
Faster: Direct connections between post-secondary institutions' transfer decisions (in the Learner Pathways Catalog) and Transfer Alberta’s Search applications provide instant access.
Up-to-Date: Get up-to-date course and program transfer agreements, information on high school transitions, upgrading courses, IB and AP courses for admissions More Flexible: Institutions and ACAT contacts can share data directly from their systems via mass upload or a custom-built module (coming soon) that supports articulation of agreements.
Able to Provide Custom Reporting: Institutions can manage their own data, create reports to view all data, and explore possibilities for reciprocal transfer or triangulation of agreements.
Planning Learner Pathways
The updated Transfer Alberta search tool and app allow users to search as a high school student, post-secondary student, or education professional via keyword, course name, program name, or course number across multiple years and institutions.
Find out how transfer credit works, where students can transfer, and get information on specific pathways and transitioning from high school to post-secondary.