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Applicants to Year One
Applicants From Ontario Secondary Schools
See the 1995-96 Admission Requirements for Year One Programs for general admission requirements and specific program requirements and recommendations.
All applicants are required to hold the specific subject requirements indicated in "Specific Admission Requirements" in addition to the equivalent level of education.
Applicants are required to submit official transcripts for all years spent in secondary and post secondary education. Transcripts must indicate subjects studied, the grades received and an interpretation of the grading systems used.
Applicants from Other Canadian Provinces
Alberta Grade 12
British Columbia Grade 12
Manitoba Grade 12
New Brunswick Grade 12
Newfoundland Year 1 Memorial University.
Outstanding Grade 12 graduates are also
Northwest Territories Grade 12
Nova Scotia Grade 12
Prince Edward Island Grade 12
Quebec First Year CEGEP program or equivalent
Saskatchewan Grade 12
Yukon Territory Grade 12
Applicants from other Countries
Countries following a "British" System of Education
General Certificate of Secondary Education or equivalent with Passes in at least five subjects, two of which must be at the Advanced Level.
Passes in at least six subjects, three Higher Level and three Subsidiary Level with a grade total not less than 28.
Hong Kong Certificate of Education (English) and University of Hong Kong Matriculation (Advanced Level) with Passes in at least five subjects, two of which must be at the Advanced Level. Applicants with three or more University of Hong Kong Advanced Level subjects will also be considered. Chinese University of Hong Kong First Year standing with courses appropriate to program.
Maturity or Matriculation Certificate.
Bachelor's degree (with first division standing).
Central and South America
First-year university with a standing of at least B-.
Countries Using French System
United States of America
High School Diploma with exceptionally high standing, and Advanced Placement Examinations in prerequisite subjects or first-year university standing in acceptable subjects from an accredited institution.
Normally the Secondary School program which allows applicants to be admitted for first-year university studies in their home country is acceptable provided that the educational system is at a similar level to the educational system in Ontario.
Candidates should contact the Registrar's Office well in advance of the desired session for an assessment of eligibility. As much information as possible should be provided in the initial inquiry. Official documents submitted in a language other than English must be accompanied by a notarized English translation.
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