It’s not too late to apply!

Most undergraduate programs are still accepting applications.

1. Check minimum admission requirements

The minimum admission requirements depend on your academic background:

Or, the minimum admission requirements could depend on your situation:

2. Check program-specific requirements

Some programs require you to provide additional documents specific to the department to which you are applying. It is your responsibility to verify if your program has additional requirements (e.g., letters of intent, portfolios, interviews, auditions and specific deadlines).

3. Check language requirements

Determine if you must include proof of English proficiency with your application.

Check our English language proficiency requirements.

Your deadline to submit proof of English proficiency

Please keep in mind that we cannot move forward with your file until we receive your English proficiency test scores. If we are missing your test scores, we will send you a letter requesting the scores.

Normally, you will have three weeks to upload a copy of your results from that point. If you are unable to meet that deadline, but you are scheduled to take an English proficiency test, please upload a copy of your scheduled or planned test date. This test date should not be more than three weeks from the original deadline given to you.

Please note that we will not consider any applications missing English proficiency test scores after July 31 for Fall (September) entry and December 1 for Winter (January) entry.

4. Gather supporting documents

You can always upload documents after your application has been submitted.

All applicants must include the following documents:


 For mature students only:

  • A curriculum vitae
  • A birth certificate or other acceptable proof of age
  • School records and any documents which may indicate your ability to pursue university studies
  • Transcripts
  • Letter of intent

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