Canada

Entry Requirements

International Foundation Programme

High School Diploma qualifications qualify candidates for direct entry.

Undergraduate Degree

Entry requirements for Canada vary by region, but the information below can be used as a guide. Please note that exact requirements may differ for certain programmes.

Ontario: OSSD with an overall average of 75 - 83% in six grade 12 U, U/C or M subjects

British Columbia & Yukon: Secondary School Grad Diploma (Grade 12 courses) with BBBBBB or 73% - AAAAB or 86%

  • Alberta, New Brunswick, New Foundland, NW Territories, Novia Scotia: General High School Dip with with an overall
    average score of 75% - 86% across 5 Grade 12 subjects
  • Manitoba: High School Graduation Diploma with an average result of 75% - 80% in 5 Grade 12 G, F, S or A subjects
  • Quebec: DEC or DCS with overall average of 75% - 80%

Please note: Interested applicants from Prince Edward Island or Nunavut should contact us for more information.

Alternatively, any accepted qualifications mentioned in our Undergraduate entry requirements page.

Postgraduate Degree

(Masters and MPhil)

Bachelors degree with 7.5 on 9pt scale or 75% where pass mark is 60% or 70% where pass mark is 50% or B+ average or GPA of 3.0.

PhD

Entry requirements for research programmes vary and are dependent on your previous academic qualifications, experience and personal qualities. Read more on our How to Apply for PhD page.

English Language Requirements

For International Foundation Program (IFP), please visit our IFP English language requirements page.

For undergraduate courses, please visit our Undergraduate English language requirements page.

For postgraduate courses, please visit our Academic requirements for postgraduate studypage.

To learn about English Language Tests that we accept, please visit Acceptable English Language Tests page.

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