For details regarding graduate admissions visit the School of Graduate Studies.
Canadian High School Students
Successful completion of Grade 12 university preparation program (academic or advanced). A minimum overall average of 70 per cent compiled from Grade 12 courses in,
- Laboratory Science
- Social Science or modern or classical language
Students must achieve a passing grade in each individual course. Please review the specific admission requirements for your region.
Please note: If you are missing any of these requirements or require further information please contact the Registrar's Office at email@example.com.
To be eligible for admission as an International high school student, you must have graduated from a recognized university preparatory program with acceptable senior level courses in five subject areas, which normally include:
- Laboratory Science or modern or classical language
- Social Science
Review country specific requirements; admission requirements vary depending on the educational system(s) in your country. If you require further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicants must also provide proof of English proficiency. If applicants do not meet English proficiency requirements, they may wish to apply for an intensive English language program.
The admission of applicants from other recognized universities or colleges will be subject to the regulations for Admission/Readmission to the University in addition to General Academic Regulations, Regulations for Continuance and Readmission. In order to allow sufficient time for assessment of possible transfer credit, applicants should refer to Transfer Credit for information on the transfer credit application and evaluation process and requirements.
If you do not meet the admission criteria outlined above and you are 21 years of age or older, you may wish to apply under the mature student category. You will be required to submit proof of age; two letters of reference from persons competent to assess your ability to proceed with university studies; a letter outlining the grounds for requesting special consideration; and high school marks and marks from post-secondary institutions, if applicable.
For more information, please contact the Registrar's Office. You can find more information about applying as a mature student in the university calendar.