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Admission Requirements

The University of King’s College offers array of programmes in the Arts & Humanities, Science, Journalism, and Music. In this section you will find out about King’s admissions requirements and application procedures based on your academic background for undergraduate and graduate level programs. Learn about program requirements, English language requirements, and transfer credit information.  For application deadlines and important dates, please visit the Important Dates & Deadlines section.

Many programs are limited enrolment so we encourage you to apply as early as possible.

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Student Type Location Program Admission Requirements
High School Student Alberta Bachelor of Arts - General

BA – General Studies:

English 30 or ELA 30-1 (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional 30 level courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 30 level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Northwest Territories Bachelor of Arts - General

BA – General Studies:

English 30 or ELA 30-1 (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional 30 level courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 30 level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Nunavut Bachelor of Arts - General

BA – General Studies:

English 30 or ELA 30-1 (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional 30 level courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 30 level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student British Columbia Bachelor of Arts - General

BA – General Studies:

English 12  (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Yukon Bachelor of Arts - General

BA – General Studies:

English 12  (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Manitoba Bachelor of Arts - General

BA – General Studies:

English 40S or 40U (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional 40S level courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 40S level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Arts - General

BA – General Studies:

English 122, 121, Anglais 22411, or French 10411(minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level (or 411/421) courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses (Co-op is not acceptable for admission).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Newfoundland & Labrador Bachelor of Arts - General

BA – General Studies:

English 3201 (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Nova Scotia Bachelor of Arts - General

BA – General Studies:

English 12 academic (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level subjects (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses (Co-op is not acceptable for admission).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts and/or N.S. provincial ID#.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Ontario Bachelor of Arts - General

BA – General Studies:

English 4U (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional 4U/4M level courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts and/or OUAC#.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Prince Edward Island Bachelor of Arts - General

BA – General Studies:

English 621 (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses (Co-op is not acceptable for admission).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Québec Bachelor of Arts - General

BA – General Studies:

English 12 academic (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic.

Note: CEGEP applicants please see CEGEP admission requirements.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Saskatchewan Bachelor of Arts - General

BA – General Studies:

English A30 or B30 (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional 30 level courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 30 level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student USA Bachelor of Arts - General

BA – General Studies:

Senior level English (minimum grade “B”);

Four additional senior level courses;

“B” overall average; and

SAT results with a total score of at least 1100 (1650 prior to March 2016) or ACT composite score of at least 23 with no individual score of less than 20.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable senior level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official SAT/ACT results;
  • school profile; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Alberta Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

BA – Foundation Year Programme:

English 30 or ELA 30-1 (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional 30 level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 30 level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Northwest Territories Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

BA – Foundation Year Programme:

English 30 or ELA 30-1 (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional 30 level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 30 level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Nunavut Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

BA – Foundation Year Programme:

English 30 or ELA 30-1 (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional 30 level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 30 level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student British Columbia Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

BA – Foundation Year Programmes:

English 12  (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Yukon Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

BA – Foundation Year Programmes:

English 12  (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Manitoba Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

BA – Foundation Year Programme:

English 40S or 40U (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional 40S level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 40S level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

BA – Foundation Year Programme:

English 122, 121, Anglais 22411, or French 10411(minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level (or 411/421 level) courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses (Co-op is not acceptable for admission).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Newfoundland & Labrador Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

BA – Foundation Year Programme:

English 3201 (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Nova Scotia Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

BA – Foundation Year Programme:

English 12 academic (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level subjects (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses (Co-op is not acceptable for admission).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts and/or N.S. provincial ID#.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Ontario Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

BA – Foundation Year Programme:

English 4U (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional 4U/4M level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts and/or OUAC#.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Prince Edward Island Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

BA – Foundation Year Programme:

English 621 (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses (Co-op is not acceptable for admission).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Saskatchewan Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

BA – Foundation Year Programme:

English A30 or B30 (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional 30 level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 30 level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Québec Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

BA – Foundation Year Programme:

English 12 academic (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic.

Note: CEGEP applicants please see CEGEP admission requirements.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student USA Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

BA – Foundation Year Programme:

Senior level English (minimum grade “B”);

Four additional senior level courses;

“B” overall average; and

SAT results with a total score of at least 1100 (1650 prior to March 2016) or ACT composite score of at least 23 with no individual score of less than 20.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable senior level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official SAT/ACT results;
  • school profile; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Alberta Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

BJH – Foundation Year Programme:

English 30 or ELA 30-1 (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional 30 level courses (no grade below 60%); and

80% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 30 level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts;
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Northwest Territories Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

BJH – Foundation Year Programme:

English 30 or ELA 30-1 (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional 30 level courses (no grade below 60%); and

80% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 30 level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts;
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Nunavut Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

BJH – Foundation Year Programme:

English 30 or ELA 30-1 (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional 30 level courses (no grade below 60%); and

80% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 30 level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts;
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student British Columbia Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

BJH – Foundation Year Programme:

English 12  (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic courses (no grade below 60%); and

80% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts;
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Yukon Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

BJH – Foundation Year Programme:

English 12  (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic courses (no grade below 60%); and

80% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts;
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Manitoba Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

BJH – Foundation Year Programme:

English 40S or 40U (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional 40S level courses (no grade below 60%); and

80% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 40S level courses.

Application  Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts;
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

ork and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

BJH –  Foundation Year Programme:

English 122, 121, Anglais 22411, or French 10411(minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level (or 411/421 level) courses (no grade below 60%); and

80% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses (Co-op is not acceptable for admission).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts;
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Newfoundland & Labrador Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

BJH – Foundation Year Programme:

English 3201 (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

80% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts;
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Nova Scotia Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

BJH – Foundation Year Programme:

English 12 academic (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level subjects (no grade below 60%); and

80% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses (Co-op is not acceptable for admission).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts and/or NS Provicinal ID#;
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Ontario Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

BJH – Foundation Year Programme:

English 4U (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional 4U/4M level courses (no grade below 60%); and

80% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts and/or OUAC#;
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Prince Edward Island Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

BJH – Foundation Year Programme:

English 621 (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

80% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses (Co-op is not acceptable for admission).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts;
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Québec Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

BJH – Foundation Year Programme:

English 12 academic (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

80% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic.

Note: CEGEP applicants please see CEGEP admission requirements.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts;
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Saskatchewan Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

BJH – Foundation Year Programme:

English A30 or B30 (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional 30 level courses (no grade below 60%); and

80% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 30 level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts;
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student USA Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

BJH – Foundation Year Programme:

Senior level English (minimum grade “B”);

Four additional senior level courses;

“B” overall average; and

SAT results with a total score of at least 1100 (1650 prior to March 2016) or ACT composite score of at least 23 with no individual score of less than 20.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable senior level courses.

 

Application procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official SAT/ACT results;
  • school profile;
  • official transcripts;
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Alberta Bachelor of Music - General

BMus – General Studies:

English 30 or ELA 30-1 (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional 30 level courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 30 level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Northwest Territories Bachelor of Music - General

BMus – General Studies:

English 30 or ELA 30-1 (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional 30 level courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 30 level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Nunavut Bachelor of Music - General

BMus – General Studies:

English 30 or ELA 30-1 (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional 30 level courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 30 level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student British Columbia Bachelor of Music - General

BMus – General Studies:

English 12  (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Yukon Bachelor of Music - General

BMus – General Studies:

English 12  (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Manitoba Bachelor of Music - General

BMus – General Studies:

English 40S or 40U (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional 40S level courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 40S level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Music - General

BMus – General Studies:

English 122, 121, Anglais 22411, or French 10411(minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level/411/421 level courses (no grade below 60%);  ; and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses (Co-op is not acceptable for admission).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Newfoundland & Labrador Bachelor of Music - General

BMus – General Studies:

English 3201 (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Nova Scotia Bachelor of Music - General

BMus – General Studies:

English 12 academic (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level subjects (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses (Co-op is not acceptable for admission).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts and/or NS Provincial ID#; and
  • a supplemental music application.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Ontario Bachelor of Music - General

BMus – General Studies:

English 4U (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional 4U/4M level courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Prince Edward Island Bachelor of Music - General

BMus – General Studies:

English 621 (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses (Co-op is not acceptable for admission).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Québec Bachelor of Music - General

BMus – General Studies:

English 12 academic (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic courses.

Note: CEGEP applicants please see CEGEP admission requirements.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Saskatchewan Bachelor of Music - General

BMus – General Studies:

English A30 or B30 (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional 30 level courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 30 level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student USA Bachelor of Music - General

BMus – General Studies:

Senior level English (minimum grade “B”);

Four additional senior level courses;

“B” overall average; and

SAT results with a total score of at least 1100 (1650 prior to March 2016) or ACT composite score of at least 23 with no individual score of less than 20.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable senior level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official SAT/ACT results;
  • school profile
  • official transcripts; and
  • a supplemental music application.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Alberta Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

BMus – Foundation Year Programme:

English 30 or ELA 30-1 (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional 30 level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 30 level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Northwest Territories Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

BMus – Foundation Year Programme:

English 30 or ELA 30-1 (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional 30 level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 30 level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Nunavut Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

BMus – Foundation Year Programme:

English 30 or ELA 30-1 (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional 30 level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 30 level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student British Columbia Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

BMus – Foundation Year Programme:

English 12  (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Yukon Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

BMus – Foundation Year Programme:

English 12  (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Manitoba Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

BMus – Foundation Year Programme:

English 40S or 40U (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional 40S level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 40S level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

BMus – Foundation Year Programme:

English 122, 121, Anglais 22411, or French 10411(minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level/411/421 level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Newfoundland & Labrador Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

BMus – Foundation Year Programme:

English 3201 (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Nova Scotia Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

BMus – Foundation Year Programme:

English 12 academic (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level subjects (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses (Co-op is not acceptable for admission).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts and/or NS Provincial ID#; and
  • a supplemental music application.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Ontario Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

BMus – Foundation Year Programme:

English 4U (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional 4U/4M level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Prince Edward Island Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

BMus – Foundation Year Programme:

English 621 (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses (Co-op is not acceptable for admission).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Québec Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

BMus – Foundation Year Programme:

English 12 academic (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic.

Note: CEGEP applicants please see CEGEP admission requirements.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Saskatchewan Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

BMus – Foundation Year Programme:

English A30 or B30 (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional 30 level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 30 level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student USA Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

BMus – Foundation Year Programme:

Senior level English (minimum grade “B”);

Four additional senior level courses;

“B” overall average; and

SAT results with a total score of at least 1100 (1650 prior to March 2016) or ACT composite score of at least 23 with no individual score of less than 20.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable senior level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official SAT/ACT results;
  • school profile;
  • official transcripts; and
  • a supplemental music application.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Alberta Bachelor of Science - General

BSc – General Studies:

English 30 or ELA 30-1 (minimum grade 70%);

Math 31 or Math 30-1 (minimum grade 70%);

Three additional 30 level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 30 level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Northwest Territories Bachelor of Science - General

BSc – General Studies:

English 30 or ELA 30-1 (minimum grade 70%);

Math 31 or Math 30-1 (minimum grade 70%);

Three additional 30 level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 30 level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Nunavut Bachelor of Science - General

BSc – General Studies:

English 30 or ELA 30-1 (minimum grade 70%);

Math 31 or Math 30-1 (minimum grade 70%);

Three additional 30 level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 30 level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student British Columbia Bachelor of Science - General

BSc – General Studies:

English 12  (minimum grade 70%);

Pre-Calculus 12 or Calculus 12 (minimum grade 70%);

Three additional grade 12 academic courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Yukon Bachelor of Science - General

BSc – General Studies:

English 12  (minimum grade 70%);

Pre-Calculus 12 or Calculus 12 (minimum grade 70%);

Three additional grade 12 academic courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Manitoba Bachelor of Science - General

BSc – General Studies:

English 40S or 40U (minimum grade 70%);

Pre-Calculus 40S (minimum grade 70%);

Three additional 40S level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 40S level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Science - General

BSc – General Studies:

English 122, 121, Anglais 22411, or French 10411(minimum grade 70%);

Pre-Calculus 12A and 12B or Math 30411C (minimum grade 70%);

Three additional grade 12 academic level (or 411/421) courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses (Co-op is not acceptable for admission).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Alberta Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

BSc – Foundation Year Programme:

English 30 or ELA 30-1 (minimum grade 70%);

Math 31 or Math 30-1 (minimum grade 70%);

Three additional 30 level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 30 level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Northwest Territories Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

BSc – Foundation Year Programme:

English 30 or ELA 30-1 (minimum grade 70%);

Math 31 or Math 30-1 (minimum grade 70%);

Three additional 30 level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 30 level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Nunavut Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

BSc – Foundation Year Programme:

English 30 or ELA 30-1 (minimum grade 70%);

Math 31 or Math 30-1 (minimum grade 70%);

Three additional 30 level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 30 level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student British Columbia Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

BSc – Foundation Year Programme:

English 12  (minimum grade 70%);

Pre-Calculus 12 or Calculus 12 (minimum grade 70%);

Three additional grade 12 academic courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Yukon Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

BSc – Foundation Year Programme:

English 12  (minimum grade 70%);

Pre-Calculus 12 or Calculus 12 (minimum grade 70%);

Three additional grade 12 academic courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Manitoba Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

BSc – Foundation Year Programme:

English 40S or 40U (minimum grade 70%);

Pre-Calculus 40S (minimum grade 70%);

Three additional 40S level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 40S level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

BSc – Foundation Year Programme:

English 122, 121, Anglais 22411, or French 10411(minimum grade 70%);

Pre-Calculus 12A and 12B or Math 30411C (minimum grade 70%);

Three additional grade 12 academic level (or 411/421) courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses (Co-op is not acceptable for admission).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Newfoundland & Labrador Bachelor of Science - General

BSc – General Studies:

English 3201 (minimum grade 70%);

Advanced Math 3200 or Intro. Calculus 3208 (minimum grade 70%);

Three additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Newfoundland & Labrador Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

BSc – Foundation Year Programme:

English 3201 (minimum grade 70%);

Advanced Math 3200 or Intro. Calculus 3208 (minimum grade 70%);

Three additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Nova Scotia Bachelor of Science - General

BSc – General Studies:

English 12 academic (minimum grade 70%);

Pre-Calculus 12 or Calculus 12 (minimum grade 70%);

Three additional grade 12 academic level subjects (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses (Co-op is not acceptable for admission).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts and/or N.S. provincial ID#

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Nova Scotia Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

BSc – Foundation Year Programme:

English 12 academic (minimum grade 70%);

Pre-Calculus 12 or Calculus 12 (minimum grade 70%);

Three additional grade 12 academic level subjects (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses (Co-op is not acceptable for admission).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts and/or N.S. provincial ID#.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Ontario Bachelor of Science - General

BSc – General Studies:

English 4U (minimum grade 70%);

MHF4U or MCV4U (minimum grade 70%);

Three additional 4U/4M level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts and/or OUAC#.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Ontario Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

BSc – Foundation Year Programme:

English 4U (minimum grade 70%);

MHF4U or MCV4U (minimum grade 70%);

Three additional 4U/4M level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts and/or OUAC#.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Prince Edward Island Bachelor of Science - General

BSc – General Studies:

English 621 (minimum grade 70%);

Math 621B or 611B (minimum grade 70%);

Three additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses (Co-op is not acceptable for admission).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Prince Edward Island Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

BSc – Foundation Year Programme:

English 621 (minimum grade 70%);

Math 621B or 611B (minimum grade 70%);

Three additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic level courses (Co-op is not acceptable for admission).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Québec Bachelor of Science - General

BSc – General Studies:

English 12 academic (minimum grade 70%);

Pre-Calculus 12 or Calculus 12 (minimum grade 70%);

Three additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic.

Note: CEGEP applicants please see CEGEP admission requirements.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Québec Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

BSc – Foundation Year Programme:

English 12 academic (minimum grade 70%);

Pre-Calculus 12 or Calculus 12 (minimum grade 70%);

Three additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic.

Note: CEGEP applicants please see CEGEP admissions requirements.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Saskatchewan Bachelor of Science - General

BSc – General Studies:

English A30 or B30 (minimum grade 70%);

Pre-Calculus 30 (minimum grade 70%);

Three additional 30 level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 30 level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Saskatchewan Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

BSc – Foundation Year Programme:

English A30 or B30 (minimum grade 70%);

Pre-Calculus 30 (minimum grade 70%);

Three additional 30 level courses (no grade below 60%); and

75% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable 30 level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student USA Bachelor of Science - General

BSc – General Studies:

Senior level English (minimum grade “B”);

Senior level pre-calculus/calculus (minimum grade “B”);

Three additional senior level courses;

“B” overall average; and

SAT results with a total score of at least 1100 (1650 prior to March 2016) or ACT composite score of at least 23 with no individual score of less than 20.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable senior level courses.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official SAT/ACT results;
  • a school profile; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student USA Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

BSc – Foundation Year Programme:

Senior level English (minimum grade “B”);

Senior level pre-calculus/calculus (minimum grade “B”);

Three additional senior level courses;

“B” overall average; and

SAT results with a total score of at least 1100 (1650 prior to March 2016) or ACT composite score of at least 23 with no individual score of less than 20.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official SAT/ACT results;
  • a school profile; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Alberta Non-degree

Non-degree:

English 12 academic (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student British Columbia Non-degree

Non-degree:

English 12 academic (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Manitoba Non-degree

Non-degree:

English 12 academic (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student New Brunswick Non-degree

Non-degree:

English 12 academic (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Newfoundland & Labrador Non-degree

Non-degree:

English 12 academic (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Northwest Territories Non-degree

Non-degree:

English 12 academic (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Nova Scotia Non-degree

Non-degree:

English 12 academic (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Nunavut Non-degree

Non-degree:

English 12 academic (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Ontario Non-degree

Non-degree:

English 12 academic (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Prince Edward Island Non-degree

Non-degree:

English 12 academic (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Québec Non-degree

Non-degree:

English 12 academic (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Saskatchewan Non-degree

Non-degree:

English 12 academic (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student Yukon Non-degree

Non-degree:

English 12 academic (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

High School Student USA Non-degree

Non-degree:

English 12 academic (minimum grade 70%);

Four additional grade 12 academic level courses (no grade below 60%); and

70% overall average.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office for a complete list of acceptable grade 12 academic.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a high school student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee; and
  • official transcripts.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

IB Diploma Student Alberta Bachelor of Arts - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student British Columbia Bachelor of Arts - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Manitoba Bachelor of Arts - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Arts - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Newfoundland & Labrador Bachelor of Arts - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Northwest Territories Bachelor of Arts - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Nova Scotia Bachelor of Arts - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Nunavut Bachelor of Arts - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Ontario Bachelor of Arts - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Prince Edward Island Bachelor of Arts - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Québec Bachelor of Arts - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Saskatchewan Bachelor of Arts - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Yukon Bachelor of Arts - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student USA Bachelor of Arts - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Other International Bachelor of Arts - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Alberta Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student British Columbia Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Manitoba Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Newfoundland & Labrador Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Northwest Territories Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Nova Scotia Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Nunavut Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Ontario Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Prince Edward Island Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Québec Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Saskatchewan Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Yukon Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student USA Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Other International Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Alberta Bachelor of Science - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements.

BSc applicants must have SL or HL mathematics. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student British Columbia Bachelor of Science - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements.

BSc applicants must have SL or HL mathematics. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Manitoba Bachelor of Science - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements.

BSc applicants must have SL or HL mathematics. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Science - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements.

BSc applicants must have SL or HL mathematics. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Newfoundland & Labrador Bachelor of Science - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements.

BSc applicants must have SL or HL mathematics. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Northwest Territories Bachelor of Science - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements.

BSc applicants must have SL or HL mathematics. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Nova Scotia Bachelor of Science - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements.

BSc applicants must have SL or HL mathematics. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Nunavut Bachelor of Science - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements.

BSc applicants must have SL or HL mathematics. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Ontario Bachelor of Science - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements.

BSc applicants must have SL or HL mathematics. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Prince Edward Island Bachelor of Science - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements.

BSc applicants must have SL or HL mathematics. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Québec Bachelor of Science - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements.

BSc applicants must have SL or HL mathematics. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Saskatchewan Bachelor of Science - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements.

BSc applicants must have SL or HL mathematics. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Yukon Bachelor of Science - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements.

BSc applicants must have SL or HL mathematics. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student USA Bachelor of Science - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements.

BSc applicants must have SL or HL mathematics. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Other International Bachelor of Science - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements.

BSc applicants must have SL or HL mathematics. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Alberta Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Admission Requirements:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements.

BSc applicants must have SL or HL mathematics. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student British Columbia Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Admission Requirements:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements.

BSc applicants must have SL or HL mathematics. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Manitoba Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Admission Requirements:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements.

BSc applicants must have SL or HL mathematics. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Admission Requirements:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements.

BSc applicants must have SL or HL mathematics. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Newfoundland & Labrador Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Admission Requirements:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements.

BSc applicants must have SL or HL mathematics. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Northwest Territories Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Admission Requirements:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements.

BSc applicants must have SL or HL mathematics. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Nova Scotia Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Admission Requirements:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements.

BSc applicants must have SL or HL mathematics. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Nunavut Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Admission Requirements:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements.

BSc applicants must have SL or HL mathematics. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Ontario Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Admission Requirements:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements.

BSc applicants must have SL or HL mathematics. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Prince Edward Island Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Admission Requirements:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements.

BSc applicants must have SL or HL mathematics. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Québec Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Admission Requirements:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements.

BSc applicants must have SL or HL mathematics. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Saskatchewan Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Admission Requirements:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements.

BSc applicants must have SL or HL mathematics. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Yukon Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Admission Requirements:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements.

BSc applicants must have SL or HL mathematics. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student USA Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Admission Requirements:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements.

BSc applicants must have SL or HL mathematics. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Other International Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Admission Requirements:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements.

BSc applicants must have SL or HL mathematics. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

IB Diploma Student Alberta Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student British Columbia Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Manitoba Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Newfoundland & Labrador Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Northwest Territories Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Nova Scotia Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Nunavut Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Ontario Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Prince Edward Island Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Québec Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Saskatchewan Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Yukon Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student USA Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Other International Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Alberta Bachelor of Music - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Admission Requirements:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student British Columbia Bachelor of Music - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Admission Requirements:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Manitoba Bachelor of Music - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Admission Requirements:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Music - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Admission Requirements:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Newfoundland & Labrador Bachelor of Music - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Admission Requirements:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Northwest Territories Bachelor of Music - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Admission Requirements:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Nova Scotia Bachelor of Music - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Admission Requirements:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Nunavut Bachelor of Music - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Admission Requirements:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Ontario Bachelor of Music - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Admission Requirements:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Prince Edward Island Bachelor of Music - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Admission Requirements:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Québec Bachelor of Music - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Admission Requirements:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Saskatchewan Bachelor of Music - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Admission Requirements:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Yukon Bachelor of Music - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Admission Requirements:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student USA Bachelor of Music - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Admission Requirements:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Other International Bachelor of Music - General

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Admission Requirements:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Alberta Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student British Columbia Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Manitoba Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Newfoundland & Labrador Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Northwest Territories Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Nova Scotia Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Nunavut Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Ontario Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Prince Edward Island Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Québec Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Saskatchewan Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Yukon Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student USA Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Other International Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 28 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Transfer Credit

Students who complete HL subjects with final grades of 5,6, or 7 may be eligible for university credit.

Students wishing to obtain transfer credits must notify the Registrar’s Office by providing an official transcript with their IB results.

Please visit our IB Transfer Credit Table for a list of course equivalencies.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

 

IB Diploma Student Alberta Non-degree

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

IB Diploma Student British Columbia Non-degree

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

IB Diploma Student Manitoba Non-degree

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

IB Diploma Student New Brunswick Non-degree

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

IB Diploma Student Newfoundland & Labrador Non-degree

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

IB Diploma Student Northwest Territories Non-degree

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

IB Diploma Student Nova Scotia Non-degree

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

IB Diploma Student Nunavut Non-degree

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

IB Diploma Student Ontario Non-degree

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

IB Diploma Student Prince Edward Island Non-degree

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

IB Diploma Student Québec Non-degree

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

IB Diploma Student Saskatchewan Non-degree

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

IB Diploma Student Yukon Non-degree

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

IB Diploma Student USA Non-degree

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma:

Students who have completed the IB Diploma must receive a minimum of 26 points as well as meet the general admission requirements. Please see “high school” admission requirements for more information on course requirements and application procedures.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

Transfer Student Alberta Bachelor of Arts - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study); and
  • letter of intent indicating field of study.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student British Columbia Bachelor of Arts - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study); and
  • letter of intent indicating field of study.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Manitoba Bachelor of Arts - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study); and
  • letter of intent indicating field of study.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Arts - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study); and
  • letter of intent indicating field of study.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Newfoundland & Labrador Bachelor of Arts - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study); and
  • letter of intent indicating field of study.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Northwest Territories Bachelor of Arts - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study); and
  • letter of intent indicating field of study.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Nova Scotia Bachelor of Arts - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study); and
  • letter of intent indicating field of study.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Nunavut Bachelor of Arts - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study); and
  • letter of intent indicating field of study.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Ontario Bachelor of Arts - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study); and
  • letter of intent indicating field of study.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Prince Edward Island Bachelor of Arts - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study); and
  • letter of intent indicating field of study.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Québec Bachelor of Arts - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study); and
  • letter of intent indicating field of study.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Saskatchewan Bachelor of Arts - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study); and
  • letter of intent indicating field of study.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Yukon Bachelor of Arts - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study); and
  • letter of intent indicating field of study.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student USA Bachelor of Arts - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study); and
  • letter of intent indicating field of study.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Alberta Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample; and
  • letter of intent.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student British Columbia Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample; and
  • letter of intent.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Manitoba Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample; and
  • letter of intent.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample; and
  • letter of intent.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Newfoundland & Labrador Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample; and
  • letter of intent.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Northwest Territories Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample; and
  • letter of intent.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Nova Scotia Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample; and
  • letter of intent.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Nunavut Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample; and
  • letter of intent.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Ontario Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample; and
  • letter of intent.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Prince Edward Island Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample; and
  • letter of intent.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Québec Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample; and
  • letter of intent.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Saskatchewan Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample; and
  • letter of intent.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Yukon Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample; and
  • letter of intent.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student USA Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample; and
  • letter of intent.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Alberta Bachelor of Science - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English and mathematics (pre-calculus/calculus).

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study); and
  • letter of intent indicating field of study.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student British Columbia Bachelor of Science - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English and mathematics (pre-calculus/calculus).

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study); and
  • letter of intent indicating field of study.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Manitoba Bachelor of Science - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English and mathematics (pre-calculus/calculus).

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study); and
  • letter of intent indicating field of study.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Science - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English and mathematics (pre-calculus/calculus).

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study); and
  • letter of intent indicating field of study.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Newfoundland & Labrador Bachelor of Science - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English and mathematics (pre-calculus/calculus).

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study); and
  • letter of intent indicating field of study.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Northwest Territories Bachelor of Science - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English and mathematics (pre-calculus/calculus).

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study); and
  • letter of intent indicating field of study.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Nova Scotia Bachelor of Science - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English and mathematics (pre-calculus/calculus).

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study); and
  • letter of intent indicating field of study.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Nunavut Bachelor of Science - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English and mathematics (pre-calculus/calculus).

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study); and
  • letter of intent indicating field of study.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Ontario Bachelor of Science - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English and mathematics (pre-calculus/calculus).

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study); and
  • letter of intent indicating field of study.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Prince Edward Island Bachelor of Science - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English and mathematics (pre-calculus/calculus).

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study); and
  • letter of intent indicating field of study.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Québec Bachelor of Science - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English and mathematics (pre-calculus/calculus).

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study); and
  • letter of intent indicating field of study.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Saskatchewan Bachelor of Science - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English and mathematics (pre-calculus/calculus).

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study); and
  • letter of intent indicating field of study.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Yukon Bachelor of Science - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English and mathematics (pre-calculus/calculus).

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study); and
  • letter of intent indicating field of study.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student USA Bachelor of Science - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English and mathematics (pre-calculus/calculus).

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study); and
  • letter of intent indicating field of study.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Alberta Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English and mathematics (pre-calculus/calculus).

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample; and
  • letter of intent.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student British Columbia Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English and mathematics (pre-calculus/calculus).

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample; and
  • letter of intent.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Manitoba Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English and mathematics (pre-calculus/calculus).

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample; and
  • letter of intent.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English and mathematics (pre-calculus/calculus).

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample; and
  • letter of intent.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Newfoundland & Labrador Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English and mathematics (pre-calculus/calculus).

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample; and
  • letter of intent.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Northwest Territories Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English and mathematics (pre-calculus/calculus).

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample; and
  • letter of intent.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Nova Scotia Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English and mathematics (pre-calculus/calculus).

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample; and
  • letter of intent.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Nunavut Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English and mathematics (pre-calculus/calculus).

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample; and
  • letter of intent.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Ontario Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English and mathematics (pre-calculus/calculus).

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample; and
  • letter of intent.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Prince Edward Island Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English and mathematics (pre-calculus/calculus).

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample; and
  • letter of intent.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Québec Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English and mathematics (pre-calculus/calculus).

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample; and
  • letter of intent.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Saskatchewan Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English and mathematics (pre-calculus/calculus).

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample; and
  • letter of intent.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Yukon Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English and mathematics (pre-calculus/calculus).

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample; and
  • letter of intent.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student USA Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English and mathematics (pre-calculus/calculus).

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample; and
  • letter of intent.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Alberta Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.7 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended; and
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student British Columbia Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.7 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended; and
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Manitoba Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.7 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended; and
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.7 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended; and
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Newfoundland & Labrador Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.7 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended; and
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Northwest Territories Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.7 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended; and
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Nova Scotia Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.7 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended; and
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Nunavut Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.7 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended; and
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Ontario Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.7 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended; and
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Prince Edward Island Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.7 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended; and
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Québec Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.7 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended; and
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Saskatchewan Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.7 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended; and
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Yukon Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.7 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended; and
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student USA Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.7 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended; and
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Alberta Non-degree

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study).

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

Transfer Student British Columbia Non-degree

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study).

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

Transfer Student Manitoba Non-degree

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study).

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

Transfer Student New Brunswick Non-degree

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study).

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

Transfer Student Newfoundland & Labrador Non-degree

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study).

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

Transfer Student Northwest Territories Non-degree

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study).

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

Transfer Student Nova Scotia Non-degree

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study).

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

Transfer Student Nunavut Non-degree

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study).

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

Transfer Student Ontario Non-degree

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study).

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

Transfer Student Prince Edward Island Non-degree

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study).

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

Transfer Student Québec Non-degree

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study).

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

Transfer Student Saskatchewan Non-degree

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study).

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

Transfer Student Yukon Non-degree

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study).

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

Transfer Student USA Non-degree

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study).

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

Transfer Student Alberta Bachelor of Music - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample;
  • letter of intent; and
  • a supplementary music application.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Alberta Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample;
  • letter of intent; and
  • a supplementary music application.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student British Columbia Bachelor of Music - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample;
  • letter of intent; and
  • a supplementary music application.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student British Columbia Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample;
  • letter of intent; and
  • a supplementary music application.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Manitoba Bachelor of Music - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample;
  • letter of intent; and
  • a supplementary music application.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Manitoba Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample;
  • letter of intent; and
  • a supplementary music application.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Music - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample;
  • letter of intent; and
  • a supplementary music application.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample;
  • letter of intent; and
  • a supplementary music application.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Newfoundland & Labrador Bachelor of Music - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample;
  • letter of intent; and
  • a supplementary music application.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Newfoundland & Labrador Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample;
  • letter of intent; and
  • a supplementary music application.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Northwest Territories Bachelor of Music - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample;
  • letter of intent; and
  • a supplementary music application.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Northwest Territories Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample;
  • letter of intent; and
  • a supplementary music application.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Nova Scotia Bachelor of Music - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample;
  • letter of intent; and
  • a supplementary music application.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Nova Scotia Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample;
  • letter of intent; and
  • a supplementary music application.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Nunavut Bachelor of Music - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample;
  • letter of intent; and
  • a supplementary music application.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Nunavut Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample;
  • letter of intent; and
  • a supplementary music application.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Ontario Bachelor of Music - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample;
  • letter of intent; and
  • a supplementary music application.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Ontario Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample;
  • letter of intent; and
  • a supplementary music application.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Prince Edward Island Bachelor of Music - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample;
  • letter of intent; and
  • a supplementary music application.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Prince Edward Island Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample;
  • letter of intent; and
  • a supplementary music application.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Québec Bachelor of Music - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample;
  • letter of intent; and
  • a supplementary music application.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Québec Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample;
  • letter of intent; and
  • a supplementary music application.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Saskatchewan Bachelor of Music - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample;
  • letter of intent; and
  • a supplementary music application.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Saskatchewan Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample;
  • letter of intent; and
  • a supplementary music application.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Yukon Bachelor of Music - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample;
  • letter of intent; and
  • a supplementary music application.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student Yukon Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample;
  • letter of intent; and
  • a supplementary music application.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student USA Bachelor of Music - General

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample;
  • letter of intent; and
  • a supplementary music application.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Transfer Student USA Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

Transfer Student:

A minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale) with strong grades in English.

Meeting the minimum entrance average does not guarantee admission.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a transfer student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official post-secondary transcripts from all previous institutions attended;
  • official high school transcripts (if less than one-year of study);
  • a writing sample;
  • letter of intent; and
  • a supplementary music application.

Note: If you have had a break in your academic studies, please provide a letter of activities indicating what you have been doing during the break.

 

Transfer Credit

If you have completed post-secondary courses then you may receive university credit at King’s.  To view post-secondary work that has been assessed in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table.

If you are a current post-secondary student in Nova Scotia you may also find the MyTransferCreditGuide section of MyNSFuture useful.

To receive credit you will need:

  • to have paid the $200 admission deposit;
  • a final grade of 60% or higher in the class;
  • the class to be equivalent to one offered at King’s/Dalhousie;
  • the class to apply to your interested program of study; and
  • to be within the time period to transfer to King’s/Dalhousie.

If any of your courses are not on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may request course outlines/syllabus.  Once received we will review the class for transfer credit.

Generally you need to complete at least half of your degree at King’s/Dalhousie.

 

If you have questions about transfer credits, please contact Tara Wigglesworth-Hines at 902.422.1271 or tara.wigglesworthhines@ukings.ca.

Exchange (International) Student USA Visiting/Exchange

Exchange Student:

As an exchange student from another university, you will register for King’s/Dalhousie courses with the purpose of having these university credits transferred back to your home university.

You will need to request written academic approval from your home institution, which we will use in place of your official university transcripts. Your letter of permission allows you to register as a visiting student here at King’s, subject to course availability. You will also need to make sure that you are in good academic standing at your home institution and have completed equivalent prerequisite courses so that you are academically prepared for your King’s classes.

 

 

English Language Requirements*

If your first language is not English you may be required to provide proof of English language proficiency.

If you have studied in an English-language institution for three years (full time) or more at a secondary level or one year (full time) at the post-secondary level, you will not be required to submit proof of English-language proficiency.

When proof of English language proficiency is necessary, you must achieve the following minimum score or above on a recognized English language proficiency test:

Test Minimum Score – Admission
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)* 237 (computer-based)
90 (iBT) and no lower than 20 in each band
International English Language Testing System (IELTS) 6.5 overall and no lower than 6.0 in each band
Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB) 81
Canadian Academic English Assessment (CAEL) 70
Canadian Test of English for Scholars and Trainees (CanTEST) 4.5

Students must achieve 4.0 or better on the essay or TOEFL Writing Test.

TOEFL Code: 0990

Applicants should arrange for their English language proficiency test score(s) to be sent directly from the testing agency to:

University of King’s College, Registrar’s Office, 6350 Coburg Road, Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 2A1 CANADA

 

Application Procedures

To apply as an exchange student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • a letter of permission (written academic approval) from your home institution; and
  • proof of proficiency in English* (if required).

In addition to the above application for admission requirements you will also require:

  • the required student visa to study in Canada; and
  • proof of adequate health insurance for the duration of your stay in Canada.

At the end of each academic session, exchange/visiting students are required to arrange for their transcripts to be sent to their home institution.

Exchange (International) Student Other International Visiting/Exchange

Exchange Student:

As an exchange student from another university, you will register for King’s/Dalhousie courses with the purpose of having these university credits transferred back to your home university.

You will need to request written academic approval from your home institution, which we will use in place of your official university transcripts. Your letter of permission allows you to register as a visiting student here at King’s, subject to course availability. You will also need to make sure that you are in good academic standing at your home institution and have completed equivalent prerequisite courses so that you are academically prepared for your King’s classes.

 

 

English Language Requirements*

If your first language is not English you may be required to provide proof of English language proficiency.

If you have studied in an English-language institution for three years (full time) or more at a secondary level or one year (full time) at the post-secondary level, you will not be required to submit proof of English-language proficiency.

When proof of English language proficiency is necessary, you must achieve the following minimum score or above on a recognized English language proficiency test:

Test Minimum Score – Admission
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)* 237 (computer-based)
90 (iBT) and no lower than 20 in each band
International English Language Testing System (IELTS) 6.5 overall and no lower than 6.0 in each band
Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB) 81
Canadian Academic English Assessment (CAEL) 70
Canadian Test of English for Scholars and Trainees (CanTEST) 4.5

Students must achieve 4.0 or better on the essay or TOEFL Writing Test.

TOEFL Code: 0990

Applicants should arrange for their English language proficiency test score(s) to be sent directly from the testing agency to:

University of King’s College, Registrar’s Office, 6350 Coburg Road, Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 2A1 CANADA

 

Application Procedures

To apply as an exchange student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • a letter of permission (written academic approval) from your home institution; and
  • proof of proficiency in English* (if required).

In addition to the above application for admission requirements you will also require:

  • the required student visa to study in Canada; and
  • proof of adequate health insurance for the duration of your stay in Canada.

At the end of each academic session, exchange/visiting students are required to arrange for their transcripts to be sent to their home institution.

Visiting Student Alberta Visiting/Exchange

Visiting Student:

As a visiting student from another university, you will register for King’s/Dalhousie courses with the purpose of having these university credits transferred back to your home university.

You will need to request a letter of permission from your home institution, which we will use in place of your official university transcripts. Your letter of permission allows you to register as a visiting student here at King’s, subject to course availability. You will also need to make sure that you have completed equivalent prerequisite courses at your home institution so that you are academically prepared for your King’s classes.

Note: We recommend that NSCAD students enter the minor in Journalism Studies no later than second year.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a visiting student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee (HRM students are not required to pay the application fee); and
  • a letter of permission from your home institution.

At the end of each academic session, visiting students are required to arrange for their transcripts to be sent to their home institution.

Visiting Student British Columbia Visiting/Exchange

Visiting Student:

As a visiting student from another university, you will register for King’s/Dalhousie courses with the purpose of having these university credits transferred back to your home university.

You will need to request a letter of permission from your home institution, which we will use in place of your official university transcripts. Your letter of permission allows you to register as a visiting student here at King’s, subject to course availability. You will also need to make sure that you have completed equivalent prerequisite courses at your home institution so that you are academically prepared for your King’s classes.

Note: We recommend that NSCAD students enter the minor in Journalism Studies no later than second year.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a visiting student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee (HRM students are not required to pay the application fee); and
  • a letter of permission from your home institution.

At the end of each academic session, visiting students are required to arrange for their transcripts to be sent to their home institution.

Visiting Student Manitoba Visiting/Exchange

Visiting Student:

As a visiting student from another university, you will register for King’s/Dalhousie courses with the purpose of having these university credits transferred back to your home university.

You will need to request a letter of permission from your home institution, which we will use in place of your official university transcripts. Your letter of permission allows you to register as a visiting student here at King’s, subject to course availability. You will also need to make sure that you have completed equivalent prerequisite courses at your home institution so that you are academically prepared for your King’s classes.

Note: We recommend that NSCAD students enter the minor in Journalism Studies no later than second year.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a visiting student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee (HRM students are not required to pay the application fee); and
  • a letter of permission from your home institution.

At the end of each academic session, visiting students are required to arrange for their transcripts to be sent to their home institution.

Visiting Student New Brunswick Visiting/Exchange

Visiting Student:

As a visiting student from another university, you will register for King’s/Dalhousie courses with the purpose of having these university credits transferred back to your home university.

You will need to request a letter of permission from your home institution, which we will use in place of your official university transcripts. Your letter of permission allows you to register as a visiting student here at King’s, subject to course availability. You will also need to make sure that you have completed equivalent prerequisite courses at your home institution so that you are academically prepared for your King’s classes.

Note: We recommend that NSCAD students enter the minor in Journalism Studies no later than second year.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a visiting student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee (HRM students are not required to pay the application fee); and
  • a letter of permission from your home institution.

At the end of each academic session, visiting students are required to arrange for their transcripts to be sent to their home institution.

Visiting Student Newfoundland & Labrador Visiting/Exchange

Visiting Student:

As a visiting student from another university, you will register for King’s/Dalhousie courses with the purpose of having these university credits transferred back to your home university.

You will need to request a letter of permission from your home institution, which we will use in place of your official university transcripts. Your letter of permission allows you to register as a visiting student here at King’s, subject to course availability. You will also need to make sure that you have completed equivalent prerequisite courses at your home institution so that you are academically prepared for your King’s classes.

Note: We recommend that NSCAD students enter the minor in Journalism Studies no later than second year.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a visiting student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee (HRM students are not required to pay the application fee); and
  • a letter of permission from your home institution.

At the end of each academic session, visiting students are required to arrange for their transcripts to be sent to their home institution.

Visiting Student Northwest Territories Visiting/Exchange

Visiting Student:

As a visiting student from another university, you will register for King’s/Dalhousie courses with the purpose of having these university credits transferred back to your home university.

You will need to request a letter of permission from your home institution, which we will use in place of your official university transcripts. Your letter of permission allows you to register as a visiting student here at King’s, subject to course availability. You will also need to make sure that you have completed equivalent prerequisite courses at your home institution so that you are academically prepared for your King’s classes.

Note: We recommend that NSCAD students enter the minor in Journalism Studies no later than second year.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a visiting student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee (HRM students are not required to pay the application fee); and
  • a letter of permission from your home institution.

At the end of each academic session, visiting students are required to arrange for their transcripts to be sent to their home institution.

Visiting Student Nova Scotia Visiting/Exchange

Visiting Student:

As a visiting student from another university, you will register for King’s/Dalhousie courses with the purpose of having these university credits transferred back to your home university.

You will need to request a letter of permission from your home institution, which we will use in place of your official university transcripts. Your letter of permission allows you to register as a visiting student here at King’s, subject to course availability. You will also need to make sure that you have completed equivalent prerequisite courses at your home institution so that you are academically prepared for your King’s classes.

Note: We recommend that NSCAD students enter the minor in Journalism Studies no later than second year.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a visiting student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee (HRM students are not required to pay the application fee); and
  • a letter of permission from your home institution.

At the end of each academic session, visiting students are required to arrange for their transcripts to be sent to their home institution.

Visiting Student Nunavut Visiting/Exchange

Visiting Student:

As a visiting student from another university, you will register for King’s/Dalhousie courses with the purpose of having these university credits transferred back to your home university.

You will need to request a letter of permission from your home institution, which we will use in place of your official university transcripts. Your letter of permission allows you to register as a visiting student here at King’s, subject to course availability. You will also need to make sure that you have completed equivalent prerequisite courses at your home institution so that you are academically prepared for your King’s classes.

Note: We recommend that NSCAD students enter the minor in Journalism Studies no later than second year.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a visiting student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee (HRM students are not required to pay the application fee); and
  • a letter of permission from your home institution.

At the end of each academic session, visiting students are required to arrange for their transcripts to be sent to their home institution.

Visiting Student Ontario Visiting/Exchange

Visiting Student:

As a visiting student from another university, you will register for King’s/Dalhousie courses with the purpose of having these university credits transferred back to your home university.

You will need to request a letter of permission from your home institution, which we will use in place of your official university transcripts. Your letter of permission allows you to register as a visiting student here at King’s, subject to course availability. You will also need to make sure that you have completed equivalent prerequisite courses at your home institution so that you are academically prepared for your King’s classes.

Note: We recommend that NSCAD students enter the minor in Journalism Studies no later than second year.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a visiting student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee (HRM students are not required to pay the application fee); and
  • a letter of permission from your home institution.

At the end of each academic session, visiting students are required to arrange for their transcripts to be sent to their home institution.

Visiting Student Prince Edward Island Visiting/Exchange

Visiting Student:

As a visiting student from another university, you will register for King’s/Dalhousie courses with the purpose of having these university credits transferred back to your home university.

You will need to request a letter of permission from your home institution, which we will use in place of your official university transcripts. Your letter of permission allows you to register as a visiting student here at King’s, subject to course availability. You will also need to make sure that you have completed equivalent prerequisite courses at your home institution so that you are academically prepared for your King’s classes.

Note: We recommend that NSCAD students enter the minor in Journalism Studies no later than second year.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a visiting student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee (HRM students are not required to pay the application fee); and
  • a letter of permission from your home institution.

At the end of each academic session, visiting students are required to arrange for their transcripts to be sent to their home institution.

Visiting Student Québec Visiting/Exchange

Visiting Student:

As a visiting student from another university, you will register for King’s/Dalhousie courses with the purpose of having these university credits transferred back to your home university.

You will need to request a letter of permission from your home institution, which we will use in place of your official university transcripts. Your letter of permission allows you to register as a visiting student here at King’s, subject to course availability. You will also need to make sure that you have completed equivalent prerequisite courses at your home institution so that you are academically prepared for your King’s classes.

Note: We recommend that NSCAD students enter the minor in Journalism Studies no later than second year.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a visiting student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee (HRM students are not required to pay the application fee); and
  • a letter of permission from your home institution.

At the end of each academic session, visiting students are required to arrange for their transcripts to be sent to their home institution.

Visiting Student Saskatchewan Visiting/Exchange

Visiting Student:

As a visiting student from another university, you will register for King’s/Dalhousie courses with the purpose of having these university credits transferred back to your home university.

You will need to request a letter of permission from your home institution, which we will use in place of your official university transcripts. Your letter of permission allows you to register as a visiting student here at King’s, subject to course availability. You will also need to make sure that you have completed equivalent prerequisite courses at your home institution so that you are academically prepared for your King’s classes.

Note: We recommend that NSCAD students enter the minor in Journalism Studies no later than second year.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a visiting student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee (HRM students are not required to pay the application fee); and
  • a letter of permission from your home institution.

At the end of each academic session, visiting students are required to arrange for their transcripts to be sent to their home institution.

Visiting Student Yukon Visiting/Exchange

Visiting Student:

As a visiting student from another university, you will register for King’s/Dalhousie courses with the purpose of having these university credits transferred back to your home university.

You will need to request a letter of permission from your home institution, which we will use in place of your official university transcripts. Your letter of permission allows you to register as a visiting student here at King’s, subject to course availability. You will also need to make sure that you have completed equivalent prerequisite courses at your home institution so that you are academically prepared for your King’s classes.

Note: We recommend that NSCAD students enter the minor in Journalism Studies no later than second year.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a visiting student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee (HRM students are not required to pay the application fee); and
  • a letter of permission from your home institution.

At the end of each academic session, visiting students are required to arrange for their transcripts to be sent to their home institution.

Visiting Student USA Visiting/Exchange

Visiting Student:

As a visiting student from another university, you will register for King’s/Dalhousie courses with the purpose of having these university credits transferred back to your home university.

You will need to request a letter of permission from your home institution, which we will use in place of your official university transcripts. Your letter of permission allows you to register as a visiting student here at King’s, subject to course availability. You will also need to make sure that you have completed equivalent prerequisite courses at your home institution so that you are academically prepared for your King’s classes.

Note: We recommend that NSCAD students enter the minor in Journalism Studies no later than second year.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a visiting student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee (HRM students are not required to pay the application fee); and
  • a letter of permission from your home institution.

At the end of each academic session, visiting students are required to arrange for their transcripts to be sent to their home institution.

Visiting Student Other International Visiting/Exchange

Visiting Student:

As a visiting student from another university, you will register for King’s/Dalhousie courses with the purpose of having these university credits transferred back to your home university.

You will need to request a letter of permission from your home institution, which we will use in place of your official university transcripts. Your letter of permission allows you to register as a visiting student here at King’s, subject to course availability. You will also need to make sure that you have completed equivalent prerequisite courses at your home institution so that you are academically prepared for your King’s classes.

Note: We recommend that NSCAD students enter the minor in Journalism Studies no later than second year.

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a visiting student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee (HRM students are not required to pay the application fee); and
  • a letter of permission from your home institution.

At the end of each academic session, visiting students are required to arrange for their transcripts to be sent to their home institution.

International Student Other International Bachelor of Arts - General

International High School Students:

If you have met university entrance requirements in your home country then you are normally eligible to be considered for admission at King’s College. To view admission requirements by country, please visit the qualifications chart provided by Dalhousie University.

Meeting minimum entrance requirements does not guarantee admission.

 

International Transfer Students:

If you have completed university/college classes then you qualify to apply as a transfer student.  For more information please see “transfer” student admission requirements.

Please see “high school” admission requirements for specific course requirements for individual programs.

Meeting minimum entrance requirements does not guarantee admission.

 

International(Canadian Curriculum):

Please see “high school‘ admission requirements and procedures.

 

English Language Requirements*

If your first language is not English you may be required to provide proof of English language proficiency.

If you have studied in an English-language institution for three years (full time) or more at a secondary level or one year (full time) at the post-secondary level, you will not be required to submit proof of English-language proficiency.

When proof of English language proficiency is necessary, you must achieve the following minimum score or above on a recognized English language proficiency test:

Test Minimum Score – Admission
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)* 237 (computer-based)
90 (iBT) and no lower than 20 in each band
International English Language Testing System (IELTS) 6.5 overall and no lower than 6.0 in each band
Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB) 81
Canadian Academic English Assessment (CAEL) 70
Canadian Test of English for Scholars and Trainees (CanTEST) 4.5

Students must achieve 4.0 or better on the essay or TOEFL Writing Test.

TOEFL Code: 0990

Applicants should arrange for their English language proficiency test score(s) to be sent directly from the testing agency to:

University of King’s College, Registrar’s Office, 6350 Coburg Road, Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 2A1 CANADA

 

Application Procedures

To apply as an international student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts (certified English translations when required) from your home institution; and
  • proof of proficiency in English* (if required).

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

International Student Other International Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

International High School Students:

If you have met university entrance requirements in your home country then you are normally eligible to be considered for admission at King’s College. To view admission requirements by country, please visit the qualifications chart provided by Dalhousie University.

Meeting minimum entrance requirements does not guarantee admission.

 

International Transfer Students:

If you have completed university/college classes then you qualify to apply as a transfer student.  For more information please see “transfer” student admission requirements.

Please see “high school” admission requirements for specific course requirements for individual programs.

Meeting minimum entrance requirements does not guarantee admission.

 

International(Canadian Curriculum):

Please see “high school‘ admission requirements and procedures.

 

English Language Requirements*

If your first language is not English you may be required to provide proof of English language proficiency.

If you have studied in an English-language institution for three years (full time) or more at a secondary level or one year (full time) at the post-secondary level, you will not be required to submit proof of English-language proficiency.

When proof of English language proficiency is necessary, you must achieve the following minimum score or above on a recognized English language proficiency test:

Test Minimum Score – Admission
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)* 237 (computer-based)
90 (iBT) and no lower than 20 in each band
International English Language Testing System (IELTS) 6.5 overall and no lower than 6.0 in each band
Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB) 81
Canadian Academic English Assessment (CAEL) 70
Canadian Test of English for Scholars and Trainees (CanTEST) 4.5

Students must achieve 4.0 or better on the essay or TOEFL Writing Test.

TOEFL Code: 0990

Applicants should arrange for their English language proficiency test score(s) to be sent directly from the testing agency to:

University of King’s College, Registrar’s Office, 6350 Coburg Road, Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 2A1 CANADA

 

Application Procedures

To apply as an international student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts (certified English translations when required) from your home institution; and
  • proof of proficiency in English* (if required).

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

International Student Other International Bachelor of Science - General

International High School Students:

If you have met university entrance requirements in your home country then you are normally eligible to be considered for admission at King’s College. To view admission requirements by country, please visit the qualifications chart provided by Dalhousie University.

Meeting minimum entrance requirements does not guarantee admission.

 

International Transfer Students:

If you have completed university/college classes then you qualify to apply as a transfer student.  For more information please see “transfer” student admission requirements.

Please see “high school” admission requirements for specific course requirements for individual programs.

Meeting minimum entrance requirements does not guarantee admission.

 

International(Canadian Curriculum):

Please see “high school‘ admission requirements and procedures.

 

English Language Requirements*

If your first language is not English you may be required to provide proof of English language proficiency.

If you have studied in an English-language institution for three years (full time) or more at a secondary level or one year (full time) at the post-secondary level, you will not be required to submit proof of English-language proficiency.

When proof of English language proficiency is necessary, you must achieve the following minimum score or above on a recognized English language proficiency test:

Test Minimum Score – Admission
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)* 237 (computer-based)
90 (iBT) and no lower than 20 in each band
International English Language Testing System (IELTS) 6.5 overall and no lower than 6.0 in each band
Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB) 81
Canadian Academic English Assessment (CAEL) 70
Canadian Test of English for Scholars and Trainees (CanTEST) 4.5

Students must achieve 4.0 or better on the essay or TOEFL Writing Test.

TOEFL Code: 0990

Applicants should arrange for their English language proficiency test score(s) to be sent directly from the testing agency to:

University of King’s College, Registrar’s Office, 6350 Coburg Road, Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 2A1 CANADA

 

Application Procedures

To apply as an international student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts (certified English translations when required) from your home institution; and
  • proof of proficiency in English* (if required).

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

International Student Other International Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

International High School Students:

If you have met university entrance requirements in your home country then you are normally eligible to be considered for admission at King’s College. To view admission requirements by country, please visit the qualifications chart provided by Dalhousie University.

Meeting minimum entrance requirements does not guarantee admission.

 

International Transfer Students:

If you have completed university/college classes then you qualify to apply as a transfer student.  For more information please see “transfer” student admission requirements.

Please see “high school” admission requirements for specific course requirements for individual programs.

Meeting minimum entrance requirements does not guarantee admission.

 

International(Canadian Curriculum):

Please see “high school‘ admission requirements and procedures.

 

English Language Requirements*

If your first language is not English you may be required to provide proof of English language proficiency.

If you have studied in an English-language institution for three years (full time) or more at a secondary level or one year (full time) at the post-secondary level, you will not be required to submit proof of English-language proficiency.

When proof of English language proficiency is necessary, you must achieve the following minimum score or above on a recognized English language proficiency test:

Test Minimum Score – Admission
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)* 237 (computer-based)
90 (iBT) and no lower than 20 in each band
International English Language Testing System (IELTS) 6.5 overall and no lower than 6.0 in each band
Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB) 81
Canadian Academic English Assessment (CAEL) 70
Canadian Test of English for Scholars and Trainees (CanTEST) 4.5

Students must achieve 4.0 or better on the essay or TOEFL Writing Test.

TOEFL Code: 0990

Applicants should arrange for their English language proficiency test score(s) to be sent directly from the testing agency to:

University of King’s College, Registrar’s Office, 6350 Coburg Road, Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 2A1 CANADA

 

Application Procedures

To apply as an international student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts (certified English translations when required) from your home institution; and
  • proof of proficiency in English* (if required).

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

International Student Other International Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

International High School Students:

If you have met university entrance requirements in your home country then you are normally eligible to be considered for admission at King’s College. To view admission requirements by country, please visit the qualifications chart provided by Dalhousie University.

Meeting minimum entrance requirements does not guarantee admission.

 

International Transfer Students:

If you have completed university/college classes then you qualify to apply as a transfer student.  For more information please see “transfer” student admission requirements.

Please see “high school” admission requirements for specific course requirements for individual programs.

Meeting minimum entrance requirements does not guarantee admission.

 

International(Canadian Curriculum):

Please see “high school‘ admission requirements and procedures.

 

English Language Requirements*

If your first language is not English you may be required to provide proof of English language proficiency.

If you have studied in an English-language institution for three years (full time) or more at a secondary level or one year (full time) at the post-secondary level, you will not be required to submit proof of English-language proficiency.

When proof of English language proficiency is necessary, you must achieve the following minimum score or above on a recognized English language proficiency test:

Test Minimum Score – Admission
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)* 237 (computer-based)
90 (iBT) and no lower than 20 in each band
International English Language Testing System (IELTS) 6.5 overall and no lower than 6.0 in each band
Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB) 81
Canadian Academic English Assessment (CAEL) 70
Canadian Test of English for Scholars and Trainees (CanTEST) 4.5

Students must achieve 4.0 or better on the essay or TOEFL Writing Test.

TOEFL Code: 0990

Applicants should arrange for their English language proficiency test score(s) to be sent directly from the testing agency to:

University of King’s College, Registrar’s Office, 6350 Coburg Road, Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 2A1 CANADA

 

Application Procedures

To apply as an international student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts (certified English translations when required) from your home institution; and
  • proof of proficiency in English* (if required);
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

International Student Other International Bachelor of Music - General

International High School Students:

If you have met university entrance requirements in your home country then you are normally eligible to be considered for admission at King’s College. To view admission requirements by country, please visit the qualifications chart provided by Dalhousie University.

Meeting minimum entrance requirements does not guarantee admission.

International Transfer Students:

If you have completed university/college classes then you qualify to apply as a transfer student.  For more information please see “transfer” student admission requirements.

Please see “high school” admission requirements for specific course requirements for individual programs.

Meeting minimum entrance requirements does not guarantee admission.

 

International(Canadian Curriculum):

Please see “high school‘ admission requirements and procedures.

 

English Language Requirements*

If your first language is not English you may be required to provide proof of English language proficiency.

If you have studied in an English-language institution for three years (full time) or more at a secondary level or one year (full time) at the post-secondary level, you will not be required to submit proof of English-language proficiency.

When proof of English language proficiency is necessary, you must achieve the following minimum score or above on a recognized English language proficiency test:

Test Minimum Score – Admission
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)* 237 (computer-based)
90 (iBT) and no lower than 20 in each band
International English Language Testing System (IELTS) 6.5 overall and no lower than 6.0 in each band
Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB) 81
Canadian Academic English Assessment (CAEL) 70
Canadian Test of English for Scholars and Trainees (CanTEST) 4.5

Students must achieve 4.0 or better on the essay or TOEFL Writing Test.

TOEFL Code: 0990

Applicants should arrange for their English language proficiency test score(s) to be sent directly from the testing agency to:

University of King’s College, Registrar’s Office, 6350 Coburg Road, Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 2A1 CANADA

 

Application Procedures

To apply as an international student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts (certified English translations when required) from your home institution; and
  • proof of proficiency in English* (if required); and
  • a supplemental music application.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

International Student Other International Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

International High School Students:

If you have met university entrance requirements in your home country then you are normally eligible to be considered for admission at King’s College. To view admission requirements by country, please visit the qualifications chart provided by Dalhousie University.

Meeting minimum entrance requirements does not guarantee admission.

International Transfer Students:

If you have completed university/college classes then you qualify to apply as a transfer student.  For more information please see “transfer” student admission requirements.

Please see “high school” admission requirements for specific course requirements for individual programs.

Meeting minimum entrance requirements does not guarantee admission.

 

International(Canadian Curriculum):

Please see “high school‘ admission requirements and procedures.

 

English Language Requirements*

If your first language is not English you may be required to provide proof of English language proficiency.

If you have studied in an English-language institution for three years (full time) or more at a secondary level or one year (full time) at the post-secondary level, you will not be required to submit proof of English-language proficiency.

When proof of English language proficiency is necessary, you must achieve the following minimum score or above on a recognized English language proficiency test:

Test Minimum Score – Admission
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)* 237 (computer-based)
90 (iBT) and no lower than 20 in each band
International English Language Testing System (IELTS) 6.5 overall and no lower than 6.0 in each band
Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB) 81
Canadian Academic English Assessment (CAEL) 70
Canadian Test of English for Scholars and Trainees (CanTEST) 4.5

Students must achieve 4.0 or better on the essay or TOEFL Writing Test.

TOEFL Code: 0990

Applicants should arrange for their English language proficiency test score(s) to be sent directly from the testing agency to:

University of King’s College, Registrar’s Office, 6350 Coburg Road, Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 2A1 CANADA

 

Application Procedures

To apply as an international student please provide the following documents:

  • an application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts (certified English translations when required) from your home institution; and
  • proof of proficiency in English* (if required); and
  • a supplemental music application.

NOTE: If there has been a break in studies between your academic work and your application to King’s, please submit a letter outlining what you have been doing (i.e. working, travelling, etc.) during your time away from your studies.

Mature Student Alberta Bachelor of Arts - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Alberta Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Alberta Bachelor of Science - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Alberta Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Alberta Non-degree

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student British Columbia Bachelor of Arts - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student British Columbia Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student British Columbia Bachelor of Science - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student British Columbia Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student British Columbia Non-degree

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Manitoba Bachelor of Arts - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Manitoba Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Manitoba Bachelor of Science - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Manitoba Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Manitoba Non-degree

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Arts - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Science - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student New Brunswick Non-degree

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Newfoundland & Labrador Bachelor of Arts - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Newfoundland & Labrador Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Newfoundland & Labrador Bachelor of Science - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Newfoundland & Labrador Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Newfoundland & Labrador Non-degree

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Northwest Territories Bachelor of Arts - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Northwest Territories Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Northwest Territories Bachelor of Science - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Northwest Territories Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Northwest Territories Non-degree

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Nova Scotia Bachelor of Arts - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Nova Scotia Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Nova Scotia Bachelor of Science - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Nova Scotia Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Nova Scotia Non-degree

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Nunavut Bachelor of Arts - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Nunavut Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Nunavut Bachelor of Science - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Nunavut Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Nunavut Non-degree

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Ontario Bachelor of Arts - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Ontario Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Ontario Bachelor of Science - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Ontario Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Ontario Non-degree

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Prince Edward Island Bachelor of Arts - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Prince Edward Island Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Prince Edward Island Bachelor of Science - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Prince Edward Island Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Prince Edward Island Non-degree

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Québec Bachelor of Arts - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Québec Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Québec Bachelor of Science - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Québec Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Québec Non-degree

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Saskatchewan Bachelor of Arts - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Saskatchewan Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Saskatchewan Bachelor of Science - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Saskatchewan Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Saskatchewan Non-degree

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Yukon Bachelor of Arts - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Yukon Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Yukon Bachelor of Science - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Yukon Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Yukon Non-degree

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study); and
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc).
Mature Student Alberta Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc);
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (Please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

 

Mature Student British Columbia Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc);
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (Please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

 

Mature Student Manitoba Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc);
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (Please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

 

Mature Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc);
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (Please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

 

Mature Student Newfoundland & Labrador Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc);
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (Please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

 

Mature Student Northwest Territories Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc);
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (Please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

 

Mature Student Nova Scotia Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc);
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (Please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

 

Mature Student Nunavut Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc);
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (Please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

 

Mature Student Ontario Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc);
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (Please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

 

Mature Student Prince Edward Island Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc);
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (Please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

 

Mature Student Québec Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc);
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (Please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

 

Mature Student Saskatchewan Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc);
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (Please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

 

Mature Student Yukon Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc);
  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist (Please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • journalism portfolio and references (optional).

 

Mature Student Alberta Bachelor of Music - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc); and
  • a supplemental music application.

 

Mature Student Alberta Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc); and
  • a supplemental music application.

 

Mature Student British Columbia Bachelor of Music - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc); and
  • a supplemental music application.

 

Mature Student British Columbia Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc); and
  • a supplemental music application.

 

Mature Student Manitoba Bachelor of Music - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc); and
  • a supplemental music application.

 

Mature Student Manitoba Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc); and
  • a supplemental music application.

 

Mature Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Music - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc); and
  • a supplemental music application.

 

Mature Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc); and
  • a supplemental music application.

 

Mature Student Newfoundland & Labrador Bachelor of Music - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc); and
  • a supplemental music application.

 

Mature Student Newfoundland & Labrador Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc); and
  • a supplemental music application.

 

Mature Student Northwest Territories Bachelor of Music - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc); and
  • a supplemental music application.

 

Mature Student Northwest Territories Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc); and
  • a supplemental music application.

 

Mature Student Nova Scotia Bachelor of Music - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc); and
  • a supplemental music application.

 

Mature Student Nova Scotia Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc); and
  • a supplemental music application.

 

Mature Student Nunavut Bachelor of Music - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc); and
  • a supplemental music application.

 

Mature Student Nunavut Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc); and
  • a supplemental music application.

 

Mature Student Ontario Bachelor of Music - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc); and
  • a supplemental music application.

 

Mature Student Ontario Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc); and
  • a supplemental music application.

 

Mature Student Prince Edward Island Bachelor of Music - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc); and
  • a supplemental music application.

 

Mature Student Prince Edward Island Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc); and
  • a supplemental music application.

 

Mature Student Québec Bachelor of Music - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc); and
  • a supplemental music application.

 

Mature Student Québec Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc); and
  • a supplemental music application.

 

Mature Student Saskatchewan Bachelor of Music - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc); and
  • a supplemental music application.

 

Mature Student Saskatchewan Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc); and
  • a supplemental music application.

 

Mature Student Yukon Bachelor of Music - General

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc); and
  • a supplemental music application.

 

Mature Student Yukon Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

Mature Student:

To apply as a mature student you need to:

  • be at least 21 years of age or older (by the first day of classes);
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • not be eligible for regular admission;
  • apply for the first-year of an undergraduate program that does not require previous university-level study;
  • have completed grade 12 academic English with a minimum grade of 65% (admission to some programs will require completion of other required subjects); and
  • have not studied at the university level (if you have studied at the university level, you must have attempted one year or less of transferable work and been absent from study for a minimum of two years).

 

Application Procedures

To apply as a mature student please provide the following documents:

  • a completed application for admission (online or print);
  • an application fee;
  • official transcripts high school and/or post-secondary transcripts;
  • a letter outlining life and work experience since your last period of full-time study (clearly outline your educational goals and motivation to succeed at university study);
  • any other relevant documents (upgrading, SAT scores, etc); and
  • a supplemental music application.

 

Home-Learner Student Alberta Bachelor of Arts - General

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Alberta Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Alberta Bachelor of Science - General

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Alberta Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Alberta Non-degree

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student British Columbia Bachelor of Arts - General

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student British Columbia Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student British Columbia Bachelor of Science - General

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student British Columbia Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student British Columbia Non-degree

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Manitoba Bachelor of Arts - General

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Manitoba Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Manitoba Bachelor of Science - General

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Manitoba Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Manitoba Non-degree

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Arts - General

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Science - General

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student New Brunswick Non-degree

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Newfoundland & Labrador Bachelor of Arts - General

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Newfoundland & Labrador Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Newfoundland & Labrador Bachelor of Science - General

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Newfoundland & Labrador Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Newfoundland & Labrador Non-degree

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Northwest Territories Bachelor of Arts - General

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Northwest Territories Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Northwest Territories Bachelor of Science - General

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Northwest Territories Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Northwest Territories Non-degree

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Nova Scotia Bachelor of Arts - General

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Nova Scotia Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Nova Scotia Bachelor of Science - General

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Nova Scotia Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Nova Scotia Non-degree

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Nunavut Bachelor of Arts - General

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Nunavut Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Nunavut Bachelor of Science - General

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Nunavut Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Nunavut Non-degree

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Ontario Bachelor of Arts - General

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Ontario Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Ontario Bachelor of Science - General

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Ontario Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Ontario Non-degree

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Prince Edward Island Bachelor of Arts - General

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Prince Edward Island Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Prince Edward Island Bachelor of Science - General

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Prince Edward Island Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Prince Edward Island Non-degree

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Québec Bachelor of Arts - General

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Québec Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Québec Bachelor of Science - General

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Québec Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Québec Non-degree

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Saskatchewan Bachelor of Arts - General

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Saskatchewan Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Saskatchewan Bachelor of Science - General

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Saskatchewan Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Saskatchewan Non-degree

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Yukon Bachelor of Arts - General

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Yukon Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Yukon Bachelor of Science - General

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Yukon Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Yukon Non-degree

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student USA Bachelor of Arts - General

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student USA Bachelor of Arts – Foundation Year Programme

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student USA Bachelor of Science - General

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student USA Bachelor of Science – Foundation Year Programme

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student USA Non-degree

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Students applying to the BSc program must successfully complete the Math Diagnostic Test offered at Dalhousie University.

Home-Learner Student Alberta Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist. (Please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • Journalism portfolio and references (optional).
Home-Learner Student British Columbia Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist. (Please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • Journalism portfolio and references (optional).
Home-Learner Student Manitoba Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist. (Please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • Journalism portfolio and references (optional).
Home-Learner Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist. (Please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • Journalism portfolio and references (optional).
Home-Learner Student Newfoundland & Labrador Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist. (Please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • Journalism portfolio and references (optional).
Home-Learner Student Northwest Territories Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist. (Please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • Journalism portfolio and references (optional).
Home-Learner Student Nova Scotia Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist. (Please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • Journalism portfolio and references (optional).
Home-Learner Student Nunavut Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist. (Please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • Journalism portfolio and references (optional).
Home-Learner Student Ontario Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist. (Please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • Journalism portfolio and references (optional).
Home-Learner Student Prince Edward Island Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist. (Please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • Journalism portfolio and references (optional).
Home-Learner Student Québec Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist. (Please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • Journalism portfolio and references (optional).
Home-Learner Student Saskatchewan Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist. (Please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • Journalism portfolio and references (optional).
Home-Learner Student Yukon Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist. (Please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • Journalism portfolio and references (optional).
Home-Learner Student USA Bachelor of Journalism (Honours)

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

  • 1000 word sketch describing why you want to be a journalist. (Please outline your academic strengths, your general interests, the work you may have done in journalism and other related fields, and anything else that would contribute to a well-rounded story about you); and
  • Journalism portfolio and references (optional).
Home-Learner Student Alberta Bachelor of Music - General

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Home-Learner Student Alberta Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Home-Learner Student British Columbia Bachelor of Music - General

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Home-Learner Student British Columbia Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Home-Learner Student Manitoba Bachelor of Music - General

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Home-Learner Student Manitoba Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Home-Learner Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Music - General

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Home-Learner Student New Brunswick Bachelor of Music – Foundation Year Programme

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the following documents, along with your application for admission, when available:

  • Letter of intent setting out your educational goals;
  • Writing sample;
  • Information about the educator and curriculum followed;
  • List of textbooks used and books read;
  • Transcripts (when available); and
  • Results of any standardized testing (ie. SAT/ACT).

Additional requirements:

Home-Learner Student Newfoundland & Labrador Bachelor of Music - General

Home-Learner:

As a home-learner you will be assessed on and individual basis.  Please provide the fol