Admissions Requirements

For  a complete break down of admissions requirements by program, please visit our Programs section.

Additional Requirements

Canadian Requirements
Alberta: Five grade 12 courses numbered 30 or 31
British Columbia and the Yukon: Four academic courses numbered 12 including English 12
Manitoba: Five academic grade 12 courses at the 40 level
New Brunswick: Five academic grade 12 courses numbered 121 or 122 (courses numbered 120 may be considered)
Newfoundland: Six two-credit academic courses at level 3
Nova Scotia: Five grade 12 courses at the 541 level (441 level courses may be considered)
Nunavut/Northwest Territories: Five grade 12 courses numbered 30 or 31
Prince Edward Island: Five grade 12 courses numbered 611 or 621
Quebec: First year CEGEP with satisfactory standing
Saskatchewan: Seven academic courses in grade 12
Yukon: Four grade 12 examinable courses (courses with % grades not letter grades)
U.S. Students
Five academic courses in grade 12, including English SAT 1000 or ACT 21
International Requirements
International applications are individually assessed on country-specific criteria.
In general, we are looking for 5-6 traditional academic courses in the final year of senior secondary including mathematics.
Minimum average of 65% (though 70% is preferred and more likely to gain admission).
Proof of language proficiency for non-native English speakers.