Full-time courses across our five faculties typically last for three to four years, although some degrees such as medicine and architecture have a longer duration.
Completion of Canadian Grade 12/13 (High School Diploma) is required for entry to our bachelors programmes. The below information outlines the minimum requirements for entry to our degree programmes but please note that requirements will vary depending on the course:
For Alberta, New Brunswick, New Foundland, North West Territories, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Saskatchewan, we require a General High School Diploma with 75-85% average across five subjects at Grade 12.
For British Colombia and Yukon, we require a Senior Secondary Graduation Diploma with 77-87% average across five Grade 12 subjects, including English 12.
For Manitoba, we require a High School Graduation Diploma with an overall average of 77–85% across five grade 12 academic subjects numbered 40/41/42 and at least 65% in each subject.
For Ontario, we require a Grade 12 Secondary School Diploma (advanced level) with 75–90% average across 6 Grade 12 U, U/C or M courses including Grade 12 U English.
For Quebec, we require a Diplôme d'Etudes Collègiales (DEC) with an overall average of between 75%-90%.
It is worth noting that Canadian students must have a minimum of 90% in Grade 12 biology and chemistry to be considered for entry to our undergraduate medicine programme.
Students taking A levels or the IB should refer to the online undergraduate prospectus for entry requirements.
Applicants who are a Canadian nationals and hold qualifications in English equivalent to GCSEs are not required to show any additional evidence of English language ability.
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