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LEARN ABOUT ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Undergraduate studies

The minimum admission average is 70% (except for Quebec applicants from secondary school: see below). Some programs may require a higher average.

Ontario applicants

From secondary school
Have an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) with at least six 4U, 4M or DU level courses, including one 4U level course in English or┬áfran├žais.

From Ontario Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology (CAAT)

  • After one year of studies
    You are eligible if you have completed one year of a college program and have obtained the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) with one language course (English or┬áfran├žais) at the college or 4U level.
  • After a two- or three-year program
    If you have completed a two- or three-year college program, you can obtain up to 30 units of advanced standing (transfer units).

Our transfer agreements
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Quebec applicants

From secondary school
Have a Secondary School Diploma with an average of 84%, including one course in English or┬áfran├žais┬áat the Secondary V level.

From C├ęgep
Have completed 12 courses of general studies (not including physical education and refresher courses), including English (603) or┬áfran├žais┬á(601). Applicants who have successfully completed 12 courses of general studies may obtain up to 15 units of advanced standing, and those who have successfully completed more than 12 courses of general studies may obtain up to 30 units of advanced standing.

Applicants from the Atlantic and western provinces

Have a Secondary School Diploma, including one course in English or┬áfran├žais┬áat the Grade 12 level.

From International Baccalaureate

Have an International Baccalaureate with at least 3 Higher Level and 3 Standard Level examinations with a minimal score of 24 points without the bonus points. Advanced standing can be granted for Higher Level exams with a score of 5 or above. Each HL course equals 6 units in advanced standing.

With AP Courses

Have a Secondary School Diploma. Candidates who successfully completed Advanced Placement Examinations with a minimal score of 4 are entitled to receive advanced standing. Final official results from the College Board are required.

Applicants from other universities

Applications from other Canadian or international universities will be assessed based on the applicantÔÇÖs previous secondary and post-secondary studies. University equivalency units may be granted depending on the studies completed and the program into which the person is admitted.

International applicants
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Have a diploma attesting to 12 years of education equivalent to the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD). Persons who have completed a secondary diploma attesting to 13 years of education, such as the Baccalaur├ęat de lÔÇÖenseignement secondaire fran├žais, can receive up to 30 units of advanced standing.

You must also meet the language requirements

NEW: A letter of permission from your bishop (if member of the secular clergy) or superior (if member of Institute of Consecrated Life or apostolic society) is required. No letter is required for laypersons.

Mature applicants

When the applicantÔÇÖs academic record does not meet normal conditions for admission, it is possible to apply as a mature applicant, provided that the person has not been enrolled in full-time studies for at least two consecutive years. To be considered for admission, applicants must have experience that can be considered sufficient preparation for pursuing undergraduate studies.

Second-Entry Programs

Applicants for a Second-Entry Program

Second-entry graduate program requires a B.A. or its equivalent with an average of at least 70% (B) for admission but no prior theological training. Certain programs have specific admission criteria. Read the specific requirements in the Admissions tab in Programs of Study.

Graduate Studies

Applicants for a graduate diploma

Have an HonourÔÇÖs B.A. (4 years) or equivalent with an average of at least 70% (B). Certain programs have specific admission criteria. Read the specific requirements in the┬áAdmissions┬átab in┬áPrograms of Study.

Applicants for masterÔÇÖs programs

Have an HonourÔÇÖs B.A. (4 years) or equivalent with an average of at least 70% (B). Certain programs have specific admission criteria. Read the specific requirements in the┬áAdmissions┬átab in┬áPrograms of Study.

Applicants for doctoral programs

Have a masterÔÇÖs degree (with thesis or research paper) with an average of at least 75% (B+). Certain programs have specific admission criteria. Read the specific requirements in the┬áAdmissions┬átab in┬áPrograms of Study.