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					105     Application for Admission to
        Undergraduate Programs at


 2012   Ontario Universities

        Trousse d’admission aux
        programmes de premier cycle
        aux universités de l’Ontario

        Algoma University
        Brock University
        Carleton University
        University of Guelph
        Lakehead University
        Laurentian University/
        Université Laurentienne
        McMaster University
        Nipissing University
        OCAD University
        University of Ottawa/
        Université d’Ottawa
        Queen’s University
        Ryerson University
        University of Toronto
        Trent University
        University of Ontario Institute of Technology
        University of Waterloo
        The University of Western Ontario
        Wilfrid Laurier University
        University of Windsor
        York University




                   www.ouac.on.ca/ouac-105/
           http://centre.ouac.on.ca/ouac-105/
Contents                                                                           Table des matières
Contacting the OUAC .................................................3             Communiquer avec le Centre .....................................3
The Application Service ..............................................4            Le Service de demande ...............................................4
Handling of Applicant Information ...........................6                     Traitement des données .............................................6
Applicant Reports .....................................................11          Bilans des candidatures ............................................11
Summary of Fees .......................................................12          Résumé des droits .....................................................12
General Procedures ...................................................14           Généralités.................................................................14
Offers of Admission: Online Responses ...................19                        Répondre aux offres d’admission en ligne..............19
Transcripts ..................................................................21   Relevés de notes........................................................21
Application Instructions ............................................25            Directives pour remplir la demande ........................31

Collaborative University and                                                       Programmes conjoints
College Programs ......................................................37          des universités et collèges ........................................37

University Information and Program Codes                                           Renseignements universitaires et codes des
Algoma University .....................................................41          programmes
Brock University ........................................................43        Algoma University .....................................................41
Carleton University ...................................................49          Brock University ........................................................43
University of Guelph .................................................53           Carleton University ...................................................49
Lakehead University ..................................................60           University of Guelph .................................................53
Laurentian University ................................................67           Lakehead University ..................................................60
McMaster University .................................................72            Université Laurentienne ...........................................69
Nipissing University ...................................................78         McMaster University .................................................72
OCAD University ........................................................82         Nipissing University ...................................................78
University of Ottawa.................................................85            OCAD University ........................................................82
Queen’s University ....................................................92          Université d’Ottawa ..................................................89
Ryerson University .....................................................97         Queen’s University ....................................................92
University of Toronto ..............................................101            Ryerson University .....................................................97
Trent University .......................................................105        University of Toronto ..............................................101
University of Ontario                                                              Trent University .......................................................105
Institute of Technology (UOIT) ...............................110                  University of Ontario
University of Waterloo ...........................................116              Institute of Technology (UOIT) ...............................110
The University of Western Ontario ........................121                      University of Waterloo ...........................................116
Wilfrid Laurier University .......................................125              The University of Western Ontario ........................121
University of Windsor .............................................129             Wilfrid Laurier University .......................................125
York University ........................................................131        University of Windsor .............................................129
                                                                                   York University – Campus Glendon........................136
Questions and Answers ..........................................140
                                                                                   Questions et réponses.............................................140
Contacting the                                          Communiquer
OUAC                                                    avec le Centre
Applicants     should    read    the    entire          Lire tout le livret explicatif avant de
instruction booklet before proceeding.                  commencer. Il incombe aux candidates et aux
Applicants are responsible for ensuring that            candidats de s’assurer que la demande et tous
the application material and the required fees          les droits nécessaires soient reçus au Centre
are received by the OUAC before the deadlines           avant les dates limites publiées.
published herein.
                                                        Ne soumettre qu’une seule demande
For each applicant, only one application                d’admission. Il n’y a aucun remboursement.
should be submitted. There are no refunds.
                                                        La demande d’admission ainsi que les
Applications and supporting documents                   documents à l’appui ne peuvent être utilisés
are used only for the year specified. A new             que pour l’année en cours. Une nouvelle
application is produced annually.                       demande est produite tous les ans.

Access the Online Application:                          Pour accéder à la demande en ligne :
www.ouac.on.ca/ouac-105/                                http://centre.ouac.on.ca/ouac-105/

Inquiries                                               Communications
Applicant Services: 519-823-1063                        Services aux candidats : 519-823-1063

Mailing Address                                         Adresse postale
Ontario Universities’ Application Centre                Centre de demande d’admission aux
170 Research Lane                                       universités de l’Ontario
Guelph ON N1G 5E2                                       170 Research Lane
                                                        Guelph ON N1G 5E2




To obtain this document in an alternative format,      Pour obtenir ce document dans un autre format,
contact:                                               veuillez communiquer avec :

The Ontario Universities’ Application Centre           Le Centre de demande d’admission
(OUAC)                                                 aux universités de l’Ontario (OUAC)
170 Research Lane                                      170 Research Lane
Guelph ON N1G 5E2                                      Guelph (Ontario) N1G 5E2

Telephone:   519-823-1940                              Téléphone :              519-823-1940
Fax:         519-822-1682                              Télécopieur :            519-822-1682
Email:       access@ouac.on.ca                         Adresse électronique :   access@ouac.on.ca
Website:     www.ouac.on.ca/about/                     Site Web :               http://centre/ouac.on/ca/
             about-accessibility/                                               about/about-accessibility/




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                                  aux universités de l’Ontario – 2012
The Application                                             Le Service de
Service                                                     demande
The Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC)         Le Centre de demande d’admission aux universités de
is a not-for-profit, centralized application service        l’Ontario (OUAC) est un organisme à but non lucratif
for applicants to Ontario universities. The OUAC is         qui a comme fonction principale le traitement des
operated by the Council of Ontario Universities (COU)       demandes d’admission aux universités de l’Ontario.
to facilitate the process of applying to first-year         Son administration relève du Conseil des universités
undergraduate programs (bachelor’s degrees) and to          de l’Ontario (CUO) et sa raison d’être est de faciliter
advanced standing in these programs. Each school is         le processus d’admission aux programmes de premier
completely autonomous in reaching its own admission         cycle (baccalauréats), et de déterminer les équivalences
decisions, with the OUAC providing only the application     des cours suivis antérieurement par les candidats à ces
processing service.                                         programmes. Chaque université est autonome quant à
                                                            ses décisions d’admission, le Centre ne fournissant que
This application may be used for any entry point in         les services de traitement des demandes d’admission.
2012 and is valid only for the programs that appear in
the list of university programs and codes. Applicants       Ce formulaire de demande peut être utilisé pour toutes
changing their entry point (e.g., winter to fall) need      les rentrées de 2012. Utilisez seulement les codes des
only amend their original application.                      programmes énumérés. Si la candidate ou le candidat
                                                            décide de changer sa rentrée (de l’hiver à l’automne,
Notice Regarding this Publication                           par exemple), il lui suffit alors de modifier sa demande
While every effort was made to ensure accuracy in this      initiale.
publication at the time of printing (August 2011), the
OUAC and the universities reserve the right to amend        Avis concernant cette publication
the information presented as necessary at any time. In      Le présent livret a été rédigé avec soin afin d’assurer
particular, while it is expected that all programs listed   l’exactitude du contenu au moment de l’impression (août
in this publication will be offered, the universities       2011). Toutefois, le Centre et les universités se réservent
reserve the right to withdraw or change academic            le droit de modifier, au besoin, les renseignements qui
program offerings at any time.                              y sont contenus. Plus précisément, bien qu’il soit prévu
                                                            que les programmes énumérés seront effectivement
The universities and the OUAC do not endorse                offerts, les universités se réservent le droit de retirer ou
presentations or publications other than their own.         de modifier certains programmes sans préavis.
Up-to-date information should be obtained directly
from the universities’ admissions offices or their          Ni le Centre ni les universités ne sanctionnent des
websites.                                                   présentations ou des publications autres que les leurs.
                                                            Pour les renseignements les plus récents, communiquer
Online Application                                          directement avec le bureau de l’admission ou consulter
Processing of applications submitted using the online       le site Web de l’université en question.
process is fast and efficient.
                                                            Demande en ligne
While the online application process is preferred, a        Le traitement des demandes d’admission soumises en
paper application is also available. Regardless of the      ligne est rapide et efficace.
method chosen, only one application for each applicant
is permitted in any given processing year.                  Quoique le processus en ligne soit le mode de
                                                            soumission préconisé, un formulaire de demande
Once an application has been processed, applicants          sur papier est également disponible. Peu importe la
can access their application online at www.ouac.on.ca/      méthode préconisée, une seule demande d’admission
ouac-105/ to review and to change previously submitted      par candidate ou candidat peut être soumise au cours
application information as well as to respond to any        d’un cycle d’admission donné.
university offers of admission. Applicants can monitor
the progress of their online application throughout the     Une fois la demande traitée, la candidate ou le candidat
application cycle.                                          peut établir une connexion à leur demande en ligne au
                                                            http://centre.ouac.on.ca/ouac-105/, afin de vérifier et
                                                            de modifier les données qui y ont été antérieurement


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                                         at Ontario Universities – 2012
Statistics show that in 2011, 99% of applicants applied   versées ou pour répondre aux offres d’admission des
online and most used the online system to make            universités. Les candidates et candidats peuvent suivre
changes to their application information. These are       de près le processus de demande au courant du cycle
significant numbers and they speak to the success of      de demande d’admission.
the OUAC’s systems.
                                                          À titre d’information, en 2011, 99 pourcent des
For information specific to the online application or     candidates et des candidats ont fait demande en
information about making changes online, applicants       ligne et la plupart ont utilisé le système en ligne pour
should consult the OUAC website at www.ouac.on.ca/        apporter des changements à leur dossier. Ces chiffres
ouac-105/.                                                font preuve du succès des systèmes que propose le
                                                          Centre.
Applicants should use the 105 application if:
•	 they are Canadian citizens, permanent residents,       Pour obtenir de plus amples renseignements au
   international applicants, or are currently studying    sujet de la demande en ligne ou du processus de
   in Canada on a study permit or other visa; and         modification de la demande en ligne, consulter les
•	 they are transferring from a postsecondary             pages pertinentes du site Web du Centre, à l’adresse
   institution; and/or                                    http://centre.ouac.on.ca/ouac-105/.
•	 they are taking courses at night school, by
   correspondence or other distance education modes       Les candidates et les candidats doivent utiliser la
   of study; and/or                                       demande OUAC 105 si elles ou ils :
•	 they are currently attending or have attended          •	 sont de citoyenneté canadienne, sont résidentes ou
   secondary school outside the province of Ontario;         résidents permanents du Canada, sont candidates
   and/or                                                    ou    candidats    internationaux    ou     étudient
•	 they are attending an Ontario secondary school            actuellement au Canada en vertu d’un permis
   during the day, but will have fewer than six 4U/M         d’études ou d’un autre visa; et
   courses and/or have, at some point, been out of        •	 transfèrent d’un établissement postsecondaire à un
   an Ontario secondary school for more than seven           autre; et/ou
   consecutive months.                                    •	 suivent des cours du soir, des cours par
                                                             correspondance ou tout autre mode de formation
Applicants should not use this application to apply to       à distance; et/ou
common law, medicine, teacher education (consecutive      •	 sont inscrits ou étaient préalablement inscrits à
programs) or rehabilitation sciences. Separate online        une école secondaire à l’extérieur de la province de
applications for these programs are available on the         l’Ontario; et/ou
OUAC website at www.ouac.on.ca.                           •	 sont inscrits à un programme du jour dans une
                                                             école secondaire de l’Ontario, mais comptent avoir
Note: Ontario applicants who are currently taking            obtenu moins de six cours des filières 4 U/M, et/
courses during the day in an Ontario secondary school        ou ont, à un certain moment, arrêté de fréquenter
who have not, at some point, been out of an Ontario          une école secondaire pendant plus de sept mois
secondary school for more than seven consecutive             consécutifs.
months, and/or have completed less than one academic
year of postsecondary education, should not use this      Ne pas utiliser la présente demande pour faire demande
application. These applicants should consult their        aux programmes de common law, de formation à
secondary school guidance counsellor to obtain the        l’enseignement (programmes consécutifs), de médecine
appropriate application.                                  ou de sciences de la réadaptation. Les demandes
                                                          d’admission à ces programmes sont accessibles
                                                          en ligne dans le site Web du Centre, à l’adresse
                                                          http://centre.ouac.on.ca.

                                                          Nota : Les candidates et les candidats de l’Ontario
                                                          qui sont actuellement inscrits à des cours du jour
                                                          dans une école secondaire ontarienne, qui n’ont pas
                                                          arrêté, à un certain moment, de fréquenter une école
                                                          secondaire pendant plus de sept mois consécutifs, et/
                                                          ou qui ont réussi moins d’une année scolaire d’études
                                                          postsecondaires ne doivent pas utiliser la présente
                                                          demande. Communiquez avec votre conseiller ou
                                                          conseillère en orientation pour obtenir la trousse de
                                                          demande appropriée.

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Handling of Applicant                                       Traitement des
Information                                                 données
Declaration and Notice of Collection, Use,                  Déclaration et avis de collecte, d’utilisation, de
Disclosure and Treatment of Personal                        divulgation et de traitement de renseignements
Information Provided as Part of Your Application            personnels fournis dans le cadre de votre
to Ontario University(ies) Undergraduate                    demande d’admission à un ou plus d’un
Program(s) (105)                                            programme universitaire de premier cycle de
                                                            l’Ontario (105)
The Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC)
was created by the universities of Ontario through          Le Centre de demande d’admission aux universités de
the Council of Ontario Universities (COU). The              l’Ontario (« le Centre ») a été créé par les universités
OUAC has been processing applications on behalf             de l’Ontario, par l’entremise du Conseil des universités
of universities in Ontario since 1971. To apply for         de l’Ontario (CUO). Le Centre traite depuis 1971 les
admission to a university undergraduate program and/        demandes d’admission aux programmes de premier
or a non-degree-granting program in Ontario, your           cycle et à ceux ne menant pas à un grade, pour
application must be processed through the OUAC.             le compte des universités en Ontario. Pour faire
The OUAC forwards your application information to           demande à une université de l’Ontario, votre demande
the university(ies) of your choice. By applying through     d’admission doit être traitée par le Centre, lequel
the OUAC, you agree that the university(ies) of your        achemine les renseignements relatifs à cette dernière
choice will obtain the personal information you have        aux universités de votre choix. En faisant demande
provided to the OUAC and that the OUAC will collect,        par le biais du Centre, vous acceptez que l’université
use, disclose and otherwise manage your personal            (ou les universités) de votre choix reçoive(nt) les
information as set out in this Declaration and Notice.      renseignements personnels que vous avez fournis au
                                                            Centre, lequel recueille, utilise, divulgue et gère vos
The personal information requested in this application      renseignements personnels, tel qu’il est stipulé dans la
is required by the OUAC and by the university(ies) for      présente déclaration et avis.
the purpose of your application and must be provided
together with your application fee. Incomplete              Les renseignements personnels devant être fournis
applications will not be considered. Universities may       dans la présente demande d’admission sont exigés par
require additional personal information from you            le Centre et par l’université ou les universités dans le
to complete your application, and they may use and          cadre de votre demande d’admission et doivent être
disclose your personal information for other purposes       communiqués au moment du règlement de vos droits
in accordance with their own admission and personal         d’admission. Les demandes d’admission incomplètes
information policies and practices, which you must          ne seront pas prises en considération. Les universités
investigate yourself. For example, some programs            peuvent exiger de votre part des renseignements
at some universities (e.g., Nursing) may require you        personnels additionnels dans le but de compléter
to provide them with information about whether              votre demande d’admission, et elles peuvent utiliser
and to what extent you have a prior criminal record.        et divulguer vos renseignements personnels à d’autres
Universities also disclose personal information to          fins conformément à leurs propres politiques et
regulatory authorities, law enforcement or other            pratiques en matière d’admission et de protection des
persons, when authorized or required to do so by law.       renseignements personnels, que vous devez vous-même
                                                            vérifier. Par exemple, certains programmes universitaires
It is your responsibility to ensure that your application   (p. ex., Soins infirmiers) peuvent exiger que vous
information and all supporting documentation is             leur fournissiez des renseignements, le cas échéant,
truthful, complete and correct. The OUAC and the            sur tout dossier criminel à votre actif. Les universités
universities reserve the right to verify any information    divulguent également les renseignements personnels
provided as part of this application. If any information    aux organismes de réglementation, aux organismes
in your application is determined to be false or            d’application de la loi et à toute autre personne, tel
misleading, concealed or withheld, your application         qu’autorisé ou exigé par la loi.
may be invalidated and this could result in its
immediate rejection or in the revocation of an offer of     Il vous incombe de vous assurer que les renseignements
admission or registration at a university. Information      contenus dans votre demande d’admission et tous
about a rejection or revocation of your application         documents à l’appui soient véridiques, complets et


6                        OUAC 105 Application for Admission to Undergraduate Programs
                                         at Ontario Universities – 2012
may be shared with universities and colleges across            exacts. Le Centre et les universités se réservent le droit
Canada. The determination of whether an application            de vérifier les renseignements fournis dans la demande
contains false or misleading information or that you           d’admission. S’il est déterminé que tout renseignement
have concealed or withheld information, and with               relatif à votre demande d’admission est faux ou
which universities and colleges this information may be        trompeur, a été dissimulé ou n’a pas été fourni, votre
shared, is solely in the discretion of the OUAC and/or         demande d’admission peut alors être jugée non valide,
the university(ies) to which you have applied.                 ce qui pourrait mener au refus ou à l’annulation de
                                                               cette dernière ou de votre inscription à l’université.
The OUAC is committed to protecting your privacy               L’information relative au refus et à l’annulation de
in relation to the personal information you provide            votre demande peut être partagée avec d’autres
in support of your application. Transcripts and                établissements universitaires ou collégiaux du Canada.
supplementary material in support of applications              Il est strictement à la discrétion du Centre ou de
submitted to the OUAC are not kept by the OUAC                 l’université ou des universités visées de déterminer si
and will not be returned to applicants or forwarded            une demande d’admission contient des renseignements
to third parties prior to being destroyed at the end of        faux ou trompeurs ou si vous avez dissimulé ou
each application cycle.                                        omis sciemment de fournir des renseignements et
                                                               avec lesquelles universités et lesquels collèges cette
The OUAC does retain the current (and historical)              information peut être partagée.
electronic version(s) of your application(s) in
accordance with the OUAC’s records retention policy            Le Centre s’engage à protéger votre vie privée, en ce
and maintains administrative, technical and physical           qui a trait aux renseignements personnels que vous
safeguards in an effort to protect against unauthorized        fournissez à l’appui de votre demande d’admission. Les
access, use, modification and disclosure of your               relevés de notes et les documents fournis à l’appui des
personal information. The OUAC will maintain the               demandes d’admission soumis au Centre ne sont pas
confidentiality of all personal information it collects in     retournés par ce dernier aux candidats ou acheminés à
connection with the application and will disclose such         quelque tierce partie avant leur destruction à la fin de
personal information only for the purposes described           chaque cycle d’admission.
in this Declaration and Notice. The OUAC stores
electronic records off-site as part of its disaster recovery   Le Centre conserve la version électronique actuelle
procedures. You are solely responsible for keeping your        (et historique) de votre (vos) demande(s) d’admission,
access code, login information and other registration          conformément à la politique du Centre en matière
information confidential and secure. Please notify the         de conservation des dossiers, et met en place des
OUAC immediately if you suspect any unauthorized               mécanismes de sécurité administratifs, techniques
access, use or disclosure.                                     et physiques visant à protéger vos renseignements
                                                               personnels contre l’accès, l’utilisation, la modification
Collection of Personal Information:                            et la divulgation non autorisés. Le Centre assure la
•	 The OUAC collects the personal information you              confidentialité de tous les renseignements personnels
   provide in your application, or in reference to your        qu’il recueille relativement à la demande d’admission et
   application, to process your application for the            ne divulgue ces derniers qu’aux seules fins stipulées dans
   university(ies) of your choice and, if you apply for        la présente déclaration et avis. Le Centre conserve les
   a student loan, for the Ontario Student Assistance          dossiers électroniques dans des installations extérieures,
   Program (OSAP).                                             tel que prévu dans le cadre de ses procédures de
•	 Upon your request, the OUAC collects academic               reprise en cas de sinistre. Vous assumez l’entière
   information about you from the British Columbia             responsabilité de la sécurité et de la confidentialité de
   Ministry of Education, Skills and Training; Quebec          votre code d’accès, de vos renseignements d’entrée en
   CEGEPs; and/or Ontario and British Columbia                 communication et de tout autre renseignement relatif
   colleges and universities.                                  à votre inscription. Veuillez aviser immédiatement le
•	 The OUAC may collect information about your                 Centre si vous soupçonnez tout accès, toute utilisation
   status as a Canadian Aboriginal, if you provide it.         ou toute divulgation non autorisé.
   You are not required to provide this information,
   but if you provide it, the OUAC will forward it             Collecte de renseignements personnels :
   to the university(ies) of your choice to allow the          •	 Le Centre recueille les renseignements personnels
   university(ies) to inform you of specific services             que vous fournissez dans votre formulaire de
   available to Canadian Aboriginal students.                     demande, ou en référence à votre demande, aux
•	 The OUAC may collect information about your                    fins de traitement de votre demande d’admission,
   status as a first-generation postsecondary                     ou en référence à votre demande, pour le compte
   (university or college) applicant, if you provide it.          de l’université ou des universités de votre choix et,


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     You are not required to provide this information,             si vous formulez une demande de prêt étudiant,
     but if you provide it, the OUAC will forward it               pour le compte du Régime d’aide financière aux
     to the university(ies) of your choice to allow the            étudiants de l’Ontario (RAFEO).
     university(ies) to inform you of specific services       •	   Le Centre recueille, à votre demande, des
     available to first-generation students.                       données scolaires à votre sujet auprès du
•	   The OUAC collects credit card and related payment             ministère de l’Éducation et de la Formation de la
     information from you (or from whoever is paying               Colombie-Britannique, des cégeps du Québec, ou des
     for this application) to arrange for the processing           collèges et universités de l’Ontario, tout dépendant
     of payment for your application. All credit                   de l’établissement où vous êtes/étiez inscrit(e).
     card processing is done by a third party and no          •	   Le Centre peut effectuer la collecte des
     cardholder data is collected, transmitted or stored           renseignements relatifs à votre statut d’autochtone
     on OUAC systems.                                              au Canada, si vous les fournissez. Ces renseignements
•	   If you are accepted and then register at an Ontario           ne sont pas obligatoires. Par contre, si vous les
     university, the university will send your registration        fournissez, le Centre les achemine à l’université ou
     information and the program for which you are                 aux universités de votre choix, afin de permettre
     registered to the Ministry of Training, Colleges              à cette dernière (ou à ces dernières) de vous
     and Universities (MTCU). The OUAC collects this               renseigner quant aux programmes et aux services
     information about your registration from the                  particuliers offerts aux étudiantes et aux étudiants
     MTCU.                                                         autochtones du Canada.
                                                              •	   Le Centre peut effectuer la collecte des
Use of Personal Information:                                       renseignements relatifs à votre statut d’étudiante
•	 The OUAC will compile and process your application              ou d’étudiant de première génération, si vous
   and payment.                                                    les fournissez. Ces renseignements ne sont pas
•	 The OUAC uses personal information from all                     obligatoires. Par contre, si vous les fournissez, le
   undergraduate applications to create aggregate,                 Centre les achemine à l’université ou aux universités
   non-personally identifiable information for use                 de votre choix, afin de permettre à cette dernière
   by the public via the OUAC website; Ontario’s                   (ou à ces dernières) de vous renseigner quant aux
   government ministries (Ministry of Training,                    programmes et aux services particuliers offerts aux
   Colleges and Universities, and Ministry of                      étudiantes et aux étudiants de première génération.
   Education); the COU; Ontario universities; Ontario         •	   Le Centre recueille les renseignements relatifs aux
   colleges; Ontario College Application Service                   cartes de crédit et au règlement des droits, auprès de
   (OCAS); and academic researchers (at the discretion             vous (ou de toute autre personne qui se charge de
   of the OUAC) for admissions, enrollment and                     régler les droits relatifs à la présente demande), aux
   other academic policy development and research                  fins de traitement du règlement de votre demande
   purposes.                                                       d’admission. Le traitement des cartes de crédit est
•	 The OUAC uses personal information obtained                     assumé entièrement par un tiers; aucune donnée
   from MTCU on university registration to create                  relative aux titulaires de carte n’est recueillie,
   aggregate, non-personally identifiable information              transmise ou stockée sur les systèmes du Centre.
   for use by Ontario’s government ministries (Ministry       •	   Lorsque vous êtes accepté(e) et que vous vous
   of Training, Colleges and Universities, and Ministry            inscrivez à une université ontarienne, cette
   of Education); the COU; Ontario universities;                   dernière fait parvenir l’information relative à
   Ontario colleges; OCAS; and academic researchers                votre inscription et au programme auquel vous
   (at the discretion of the OUAC) for admissions,                 vous inscrivez au ministère de la Formation et
   enrollment and other academic policy development                des Collèges et Universités (MFCU). À son tour, le
   and research purposes.                                          Centre recueille cette information au sujet de votre
•	 If you have ordered electronic transcripts from an              inscription auprès du MFCU.
   Ontario university or an Ontario college as part of
   your application, the OUAC may use your personal           Utilisation de renseignements personnels :
   information in order to facilitate the processing of       •	 Le Centre compile et traite votre demande
   your transcript request.                                       d’admission et votre paiement.
                                                              •	 Le Centre utilise les renseignements personnels
Disclosure of Personal Information:                               provenant de toutes les demandes d’admission de
•	 The OUAC will disclose your application information            premier cycle pour créer des données agrégées
   to the university(ies) of your choice.                         non identifiables sur le plan personnel, à l’usage
•	 If a third party who is paying for this application            du public (par le biais du site Web du Centre);
   has questions regarding the payment for your                   des ministères gouvernementaux (ministère de
   application, the OUAC will disclose personal                   la Formation et des Collèges et Universités, et



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                                          at Ontario Universities – 2012
     information about you as necessary and appropriate           ministère de l’Éducation de l’Ontario); du CUO; des
     to respond to the inquiry.                                   universités et des collèges de l’Ontario; du Service
•	   In the event that you have applied to a joint or             d’admission des collèges de l’Ontario (SACO); ainsi
     collaborative university/university or university/           que des chercheurs en milieu universitaire (à la
     college program, the OUAC will disclose your                 discrétion du Centre), à des fins d’élaboration de
     application information to the relevant partner              politiques (en matière d’admission, d’inscription, et
     Ontario college(s) or university(ies).                       autres), et à des fins de recherche.
•	   The OUAC discloses your personal information,           •	   Le Centre utilise les renseignements personnels
     and application and confirmation information                 obtenus du MFCU relativement aux inscriptions
     to the OCAS to research postsecondary trends                 universitaires pour créer des données agrégées
     for applicants who have applied to both Ontario              non identifiables sur le plan personnel, à l’usage
     universities and colleges.                                   des ministères gouvernementaux (MCFU, et
•	   If you indicated that you are applying for a                 ministère de l’Éducation de l’Ontario); du CUO; des
     student loan, the OUAC will disclose your personal           universités et des collèges de l’Ontario; du SACO;
     information to OSAP.                                         ainsi que des chercheurs en milieu universitaire (à
•	   The OUAC discloses your academic, application,               la discrétion du Centre), à des fins d’élaboration de
     confirmation and registration information in                 politiques (en matière d’admission, d’inscription, et
     non-identifiable form to the Ontario universities            autres), et à des fins de recherche.
     for admissions, enrollment and other academic           •	   Si vous avez exigé des relevés de notes
     policy development and research purposes.                    électroniques d’une université ontarienne, ou d’un
•	   The     OUAC     discloses   personal    information         collège ontarien, dans le cadre de votre demande
     from all university applications in aggregate,               d’admission, le Centre peut alors utiliser vos
     non-identifiable form, to the public via the OUAC            renseignements personnels à cette dernière, dans
     website; Ontario’s government ministries (Ministry           le but de faciliter le traitement de votre demande.
     of Training, Colleges and Universities, and Ministry
     of Education); the COU; Ontario universities and        Divulgation de renseignements personnels :
     colleges; OCAS; and academic researchers (at the        •	 Le Centre divulgue les renseignements contenus
     discretion of the OUAC) for admissions, enrollment         dans votre demande d’admission à l’université ou
     and other academic policy development and                  aux universités de votre choix.
     research purposes.                                      •	 Si une tierce partie qui assure le paiement de la
•	   The OUAC may disclose your personal information            présente demande a des questions relativement au
     to regulatory authorities, law enforcement or other        règlement de votre demande d’admission, le Centre
     persons, as authorized or required by law.                 divulgue alors les renseignements personnels
•	   If you have ordered electronic transcripts from            nécessaires à votre égard afin d’y répondre.
     an Ontario university or an Ontario college as          •	 Si vous avez fait demande à un programme conjoint
     part of your application, the OUAC may disclose            ou de collaboration entre universités ou entre
     your personal information to the university(ies)           une université et un collège, le Centre divulgue
     from which you have ordered your transcripts, in           les renseignements contenus dans votre demande
     order to facilitate the processing of your transcript      d’admission au(x) collège(s) ou université(s)
     request.                                                   ontarien(ne)s partenaires pertinent(e)s.
                                                             •	 Le Centre divulgue au SACO vos renseignements
For more information about the collection, use,                 personnels, ainsi que ceux relatifs à votre demande
disclosure, and treatment of your personal information          et à votre confirmation, aux fins de recherche
at the OUAC, review the OUAC’s Privacy Code at                  sur les tendances ayant trait aux candidates et
www.ouac.on.ca/privacy/ or contact the OUAC Privacy             aux candidats aux études postsecondaires ayant
Officer by email at privacyofficer@ouac.on.ca, by               fait demande à un collège et à une université de
phone at 519-823-1940, or in writing at 170 Research            l’Ontario.
Lane, Guelph, Ontario, N1G 5E2.                              •	 Si vous avez indiqué que vous comptez faire une
                                                                demande de prêt étudiant, le Centre divulgue alors
Applicant’s Declaration:                                        vos renseignements personnels au RAFEO.
Applicants are required to consent to the personal           •	 Le Centre divulgue vos renseignements scolaires
information practices as set out in the “Declaration            et tout renseignement fourni dans le cadre de
and Notice of Collection, Use, Disclosure and Treatment         votre demande d’admission, confirmation et votre
of Personal Information provided as part of your                inscription sous forme de données agrégées non
application to Ontario University(ies) Undergraduate            identifiables sur le plan personnel aux universités
Program(s) (105)”, and to certify the following                 à des fins d’élaboration politiques (en matière
statement:                                                      d’admissions, d’inscription, et autres) et à des fins
                                                                de recherche.

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                                       aux universités de l’Ontario – 2012
I certify that the personal information and documents       •	   Le Centre divulgue les renseignements personnels
submitted in this application, or to be submitted (all of        de toutes les demandes d’admission à l’université,
which constitutes the application), are true, complete           sous forme de données agrégées non identifiables
and correct in all respects, including my declarations as        au public (par le biais du site Web du Centre);
to citizenship and immigration status in Canada and              aux ministères gouvernementaux (MCFU, et
that all information requested in this application has           ministère de l’Éducation de l’Ontario); au CUO;
been disclosed. I understand that it is my responsibility        aux universités et collèges de l’Ontario; au SACO;
to keep the OUAC and the university(ies), to which I             ainsi qu’aux chercheurs en milieu universitaire (à la
have applied or at which I register, informed of any             discrétion du Centre), à des fins d’élaboration de
changes to the information in my application materials           politiques (en matière d’admission, d’inscription, et
and I agree to do so in writing immediately after any            autres), et à des fins de recherche.
such change occurs.                                         •	   Le Centre peut divulguer vos renseignements
                                                                 personnels aux organismes de réglementation, aux
                                                                 organismes d’application de la loi et à toute autre
                                                                 personne, tel qu’autorisé ou exigé par la loi.
                                                            •	   Si vous avez exigé des relevés de notes
                                                                 électroniques d’une université ontarienne ou d’un
                                                                 collège ontarien, dans le cadre de votre demande
                                                                 d’admission, le Centre peut alors divulguer vos
                                                                 renseignements personnels à cette dernière, dans
                                                                 le but de faciliter le traitement de votre demande.

                                                            Pour plus d’information sur la collecte, l’utilisation, la
                                                            divulgation et le traitement de vos renseignements
                                                            personnels par le Centre, veuillez consulter le Code de
                                                            protection des renseignements personnels du Centre
                                                            à l’adresse http://centre.ouac.on.ca/privacy/ ou bien
                                                            communiquez avec le responsable de la vie privée du
                                                            Centre, par courriel à l’adresse privacyofficer@ouac.on.ca,
                                                            par téléphone au 519-823-1940, ou par écrit au 170
                                                            Research Lane, Guelph, Ontario, N1G 5E2.

                                                            Déclaration du candidat ou de la candidate :
                                                            Les candidat(e)s doivent consentir aux dispositions
                                                            relatives aux renseignements personnels prévues dans
                                                            l’énoncé « Déclaration et avis de collecte, d’utilisation,
                                                            de divulgation et de traitement de renseignements
                                                            personnels fournis dans le cadre de votre demande
                                                            d’admission à un ou plus d’un programme universitaire
                                                            de premier cycle de l’Ontario (105) » et ils doivent
                                                            accepter la déclaration suivante :

                                                            Je certifie que les renseignements personnels et les
                                                            documents soumis avec la présente demande, ou devant
                                                            être soumis ultérieurement (lesquels constituent ma
                                                            demande complète) sont véridiques, complets et exacts
                                                            à tous les égards, y compris mes déclarations relatives
                                                            à ma citoyenneté et à mon statut d’immigrant au
                                                            Canada, et que tous les renseignements exigés dans le
                                                            cadre de cette demande ont été divulgués. Je reconnais
                                                            qu’il est de ma responsabilité de tenir le Centre, ainsi
                                                            que l’université (ou les universités) à laquelle (ou
                                                            auxquelles) j’ai fait demande ou je m’inscris, au fait de
                                                            toute modification aux renseignements contenus dans
                                                            ma demande d’admission et dans mes documents en
                                                            appui à cette dernière, et j’accepte de le faire par écrit
                                                            dès que lesdites modifications effectuées.



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Applicant Reports                                             Bilans des
                                                              candidatures
OUAC Acknowledgements
Depending on the time of year and the volume of mail
received at the OUAC, it may take up to 10 working            Accusé de réception du Centre
days to process a paper application. It will take less time   Le traitement des demandes soumises sur papier peut
to process applications submitted online. The OUAC            prendre jusqu’à dix jours ouvrables, tout dépendant
will send applicants an Acknowledgement/Amendment             du temps de l’année et du volume de courrier. Le
Form when their paper application has been processed          traitement des demandes remplies en ligne exige
and forwarded to the universities selected on their           moins de temps. Le Centre envoie aux candidates et
application. Applicants must review the information on        aux candidats un Accusé de réception/modifications
this form to verify that it is correct. Applicants should     dès que leur demande soumise sur papier est traitée et
contact the OUAC if they do not receive this form             acheminée aux universités indiquées dans la demande.
within two weeks of applying or if their payment is           Les candidates et les candidats doivent réviser les
unsuccessful.                                                 renseignements contenus dans ce document, afin d’en
                                                              assurer l’exactitude. Les candidates et les candidats
On the Acknowledgement/Amendment Form, the                    doivent contacter le Centre si elles ou ils n’ont pas
OUAC will provide applicants with their OUAC                  reçu ce document, ou si leur paiement est refusé, dans
Reference Number and a unique PIN/password that               un délai de deux semaines suivant la soumission de la
may be used to access their application online at             demande.
www.ouac.on.ca/ouac-105/. Log in to your application
to review and to change previously submitted                  L’Accusé de réception/modifications comprend les
application information as well as to respond to any          Numéro de référence OUAC et NIP/mot de passe
university offers of admission.                               uniques attribués au candidat ou à la candidate,
                                                              pouvant être utilisés aux fins d’accès à la demande
Responses to offers of admission and changes entered          en ligne, laquelle est accessible à l’adresse
online are transmitted immediately to the OUAC where          http://centre.ouac.on.ca/ouac-105/. Le site sert à
they are processed and forwarded to the universities          passer en revue et à modifier les données relatives à
selected. Responses to offers of admission and changes        la demande et, au besoin, à répondre à toute offre
can be verified online at any time.                           d’admission d’une université.

University Acknowledgements                                   De telles révisions, modifications et/ou réponses de la
Most universities will acknowledge receipt of                 part des candidates et des candidats sont transmises
application information and will provide applicants with      immédiatement au Centre, lequel les traite et les
a list of the specific supporting documents they require      achemine aux universités de leur choix. Les réponses
in order to make an admission decision. Applicants            aux offres d’admission et les modifications peuvent
should contact the universities’ admissions offices           être vérifiées en ligne, et ce, en tout temps.
directly if, after a reasonable amount of time, they
have not received communication from the universities         Accusé de réception des universités
they have selected. Applicants should include their           Les universités communiqueront directement avec les
OUAC Reference Number in all communication with               candidates et les candidats, afin d’accuser réception de
the universities and on all supporting documents sent         leur dossier et de leur fournir la liste des documents
to the universities.                                          dont elles auront besoin pour prendre une décision
                                                              d’admission. Il faut communiquer directement avec le
                                                              Service d’admission de l’université concernée si, après
                                                              un délai raisonnable, la candidate ou le candidat n’a
                                                              toujours pas reçu de renseignements de la part de cette
                                                              dernière. Les candidates et les candidats doivent inclure
                                                              leur Numéro de référence OUAC dans toutes leurs
                                                              communications avec les universités; il faut s’assurer
                                                              que cet identificateur figure sur chaque document
                                                              soumis aux universités.




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                                       aux universités de l’Ontario – 2012
Summary of Fees                                            Résumé des droits
All fees are non-refundable. Applications will not         Les droits ne sont pas remboursables. La demande
be forwarded to the universities until full payment has    ne sera transmise aux universités sélectionnées que
been received by the OUAC. Applicants must ensure that     dès réception de la totalité des droits au Centre. Il
they include any applicable fees for additional choices,   faut inclure tous les droits applicables pour les choix
transcripts requested, and supplemental/document           additionnels, les demandes de relevés de notes et les
evaluation fees (see the following page). Partial          droits supplémentaires/d’évaluation (voir la page qui
payments will not be processed. Paper applications will    suit). Les paiements partiels ne sont pas traités. Les
be returned to the applicant unprocessed if adequate       demandes sur papier sont retournées sans avoir été
payment is not received with the application.              traitées si les droits appropriés n’y sont pas inclus.

Payment is accepted by cheque or money order. All          Les paiements par chèque ou par mandat-poste sont
payments must be in Canadian funds.                        acceptés. Tout paiement doit être effectué en devises
                                                           canadiennes.
Cheque or Money Order
Cheques or money orders should be in Canadian              Chèques et mandats-poste
funds and made payable to the “Ontario Universities’       Les chèques ou mandats-poste doivent être en devises
Application Centre”. Include the OUAC Reference            canadiennes et libellées au « Centre de demande
Number on the face of the cheque or money order.           d’admission aux universités de l’Ontario ». Inscrire le
Payment must be submitted with the application             Numéro de référence OUAC au recto du chèque ou
Remittance Payment Form, which is included with the        du mandat-poste. Le paiement doit être accompagné
paper application form, or generated online when an        de la Fiche de paiement, laquelle est incluse avec le
applicant selects a cheque or money order payment          formulaire sur papier ou produite lorsque la candidate
option.                                                    ou le candidat sélectionne l’option de paiement par
                                                           chèque ou mandat-poste.
Postdated cheques and foreign cheques (outside of
Canada) are not accepted. There is a charge of $25         Ni les chèques postdatés ni les chèques d’une banque
for non-negotiable cheques.                                située à l’extérieur du Canada sont acceptés. Des
                                                           frais de 25 $ sont exigés pour tout chèque non
Note for international applicants: Only an                 négociable.
international money order or bank draft in Canadian
funds that includes the bank address, and has the bank     Note aux étudiants internationaux : seuls une
number, transit number and account number encoded          traite bancaire ou un mandat-poste international en
on the bottom will be accepted.                            devises canadiennes contenant l’adresse de la banque
                                                           et comprenant le numéro de banque, le numéro de
If the bank returns a cheque to the OUAC because it        transit et le numéro de compte encodé au bas seront
is non-negotiable, the processing of the application       acceptés.
will be stopped at both the OUAC and the universities
selected.                                                  Dans le cas d’un chèque non négociable retourné au
                                                           Centre par la banque, le traitement de la demande
                                                           d’admission est interrompu au Centre ainsi qu’aux
                                                           universités sélectionnées.




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                                         at Ontario Universities – 2012
All fees are listed in Canadian dollars.                           Tous les droits énumérés sont en devises
                                                                   canadiennes.
Base Application Fee ...................................... $130
For the initial three university/program choices.                  Droits administratifs .................................... 130 $
                                                                   Traitement des trois choix initiaux d’université ou
International Service Fee ................................ $10     de programme.
If the mailing address is outside of Canada.
                                                                   Frais d’administration internationaux........ 10 $
Additional Choice Fee ...................................... $42   Ces droits sont exigés si l’adresse postale est située
For each university/program choice beyond the                      à l’extérieur du Canada.
initial three (e.g., if a fourth and fifth university
choice are added, applicants must pay an additional                Droits pour choix additionnels ..................... 42 $
$84).                                                              Assurent le traitement des choix d’université ou
                                                                   de programme au-delà des trois premiers. Par
Note: Applicants may apply to as many Ontario                      exemple : si un quatrième et un cinquième choix
universities/programs as they wish; however,                       d’université ou de programme sont ajoutés, la
they are limited to a maximum of three program                     candidate ou le candidat doit alors payer un
choices at any one university (including affiliates).              montant additionnel de 84 $.
Some universities may further limit the number of
programs to which candidates may apply.                            Nota : les candidates et les candidats peuvent faire
                                                                   demande à autant de programmes/universités de
Transcript Request Fee ..................................... $10   l’Ontario qu’elles ou ils le souhaitent; toutefois,
For each transcript requested (that is, for each                   elles ou ils peuvent faire demande à un maximum
institution receiving the transcript). Note: No                    de trois choix de programme à une université
fees are required for transcripts originating from                 donnée (y compris ses établissements affiliés).
institutions that have a lifetime transcript fee                   Certaines universités peuvent limiter davantage le
agreement.                                                         nombre de programmes auxquels les candidates et
                                                                   les candidats peuvent faire demande.
Fee for a non-negotiable cheque .................. $25
                                                                   Droits de service
                                                                   pour demandes de relevés de notes ......... 10 $
                                                                   Droits exigés pour chaque relevé de notes
                                                                   demandé (c’est-à-dire par université qui recevra le
                                                                   relevé). Nota : aucuns droits ne sont exigés dans le
                                                                   cas de relevés de notes provenant d’établissements
                                                                   dotés d’une entente permanente sur les droits de
                                                                   demande de relevés de notes.

                                                                   Frais imposés
                                                                   pour tout chèque non négociable ................ 25 $



Supplemental/Document Evaluation Fees                              Droits supplémentaires/d’évaluation
Supplemental fees are collected by the OUAC on                     Les droits supplémentaires sont collectés par le
behalf of the universities. Exemption rules may                    Centre au nom des universités. Des exemptions
apply depending on the applicant’s university                      peuvent être consenties, selon les choix d’université
selections and educational background. For                         et les antécédents scolaires du candidat ou de la
questions regarding the use of these fees, please                  candidate. Si vous avez des questions sur l’usage de
contact the universities directly. This fee is payable             ces droits, veuillez communiquer directement avec
by applicants only once to each university selected,               les universités. Ces droits doivent être remis par les
including affiliates. See individual university                    candidates et les candidats une seule fois à chaque
information pages and the chart on the following                   université indiquée (y compris les campus affiliés).
page for details.                                                  Voir les pages de renseignements universitaires et
                                                                   le tableau qui suit pour plus de détails.




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                                         aux universités de l’Ontario – 2012
 Additional supplemental/document evaluation                                 Des droits supplémentaires/d’évaluation additionnels
 fees may be required by some Ontario universities;                          peuvent être exigés pour certaines universités de
 however, these fees are payable directly to those                           l’Ontario; toutefois, ces derniers sont collectés par
 institutions. Details are included in the individual                        les établissements mêmes. Consulter la section
 university information pages.                                               consacrée aux renseignements universitaires pour
                                                                             plus de détails.

 Brock University ...................................................$55     Brock University ................................................. 55 $
 Carleton University ..............................................$59       Carleton University ............................................ 59 $
 University of Guelph/Guelph-Humber ..............$60*                       University of Guelph/Guelph-Humber ............ 60 $*
 University of Guelph Veterinary Medicine ...$100**                          University of Guelph Veterinary Medicine . 100 $**
 Lakehead University ............................................$55         Lakehead University .......................................... 55 $
 Laurentian University ..........................................$40         Université Laurentienne .................................... 40 $
 McMaster University ............................................$85         McMaster University .......................................... 85 $
 Nipissing University..............................................$50       Nipissing University............................................ 50 $
 OCAD University ..................................................$65       OCAD University ................................................ 65 $
 University of Ottawa ...........................................$70         Université d’Ottawa........................................... 70 $
 Queen’s University ...............................................$85       Queen’s University ............................................. 85 $
 Ryerson University ...............................................$80       Ryerson University ............................................. 80 $
 University of Toronto...........................................$90         University of Toronto......................................... 90 $
 Trent University ..................................... $65/$90***           Trent University ................................... 65 $/90 $***
 University of Ontario Institute of Technology .... $60                      University of Ontario Institute of Technology ... 60 $
 University of Waterloo ........................................$75          University of Waterloo ...................................... 75 $
 The University of Western Ontario.....................$75                   The University of Western Ontario................... 75 $
 Wilfrid Laurier University ....................................$60          Wilfrid Laurier University .................................. 60 $
 University of Windsor ..........................................$50         University of Windsor ........................................ 50 $
 York University .....................................................$85    York University ................................................... 85 $

     *   Applicants to programs other than the Doctor                         *   Les candidates et les candidats qui font
         of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) remit $60.                                  demande à tout programme autre que le
     ** Applicants seeking admission to DVM (alone                                programme de médecine vétérinaire doivent
         or in combination with other program choices)                            régler des droits de 60 $.
         are required to remit $100.                                          ** Les candidates et les candidats qui indiquent
     *** The fee for applicants who are Canadian                                  le programme de médecine vétérinaire (DVM)
         citizens or permanent residents of Canada is                             (seul ou en combinaison avec d’autres choix de
         $65. The fee for international and “other”                               programmes) doivent régler des droits de 100 $.
         applicants is $90.                                                   *** Les droits des candidates et des candidats qui
                                                                                  sont de citoyenneté canadienne ou qui ont le
                                                                                  statut de résident permanent sont de 65 $. Les
                                                                                  candidates et les candidats d’origine étrangère
                                                                                  et « Autres » doivent payer 90 $.




General Procedures                                                          Généralités
Only one application for each applicant is permitted                        Les candidates et les candidats ne soumettent qu’une
for each processing year: either online or with the                         seule demande d’admission par année, qu’il s’agisse de
paper application form. Refunds will not be granted if                      la demande en ligne ou du formulaire papier. Aucun
multiple applications and payments are received. The                        remboursement n’est consenti dans le cas de demandes
OUAC will maintain only the original application.                           et de paiements multiples provenant d’un même
                                                                            candidat. Le Centre ne garde que la première demande
The OUAC 105 application allows applicants to                               reçue dans ses dossiers.
apply to any university entry point in the year 2012.



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                                                 at Ontario Universities – 2012
For applications to subsequent years (i.e., 2013 and          La demande OUAC 105 permet de faire demande à
beyond), a new application is required; this application      toutes les rentrées de 2012. Il faudra utiliser un nouveau
can be obtained from the OUAC beginning in October            formulaire ou formuler une nouvelle demande pour
of the year before studies are expected to begin. The         toute année ultérieure (2013 et au-delà). La présente
processing fees noted in this publication are valid for       demande est disponible auprès du Centre dès octobre
2012 entry points only. Applicants who wish to apply          de l’année précédant le cycle scolaire visé. Les droits
for 2013 or beyond will be required to pay a new              administratifs publiés sont valides uniquement pour les
processing fee and any applicable additional fees.            rentrées de 2012. Les candidates et les candidats qui
                                                              désirent faire demande pour une rentrée de 2013 ou
Applicants may select up to three university and/             ultérieure doivent soumettre une nouvelle demande
or program choices on this application for the base           ainsi que les droits appropriés.
application fee of $130 (plus a $10 international service
fee if their mailing address is outside Canada). Additional   Les droits administratifs de 130 $ (additionné de 10 $
university and program choices are also permitted on          de frais d’administration internationaux, si l’adresse
the application with the payment of $42 per choice.           postale se situe à l’extérieur du Canada) assurent le
Additional supplemental/document evaluation fees may          traitement de trois choix d’université ou de programme.
also be required.                                             Des droits de service supplémentaires de 42 $ par choix
                                                              sont exigés pour tout choix additionnel d’université ou
Applicants may apply to as many Ontario universities/         de programme. Des droits supplémentaires/d’évaluation
programs as they wish; however, they are limited              peuvent également être exigés.
to a maximum of three program choices at any one
university (including affiliates). Some universities          Les candidates et les candidats peuvent faire demande
may further limit the number of programs to which             à autant de programmes/universités de l’Ontario
candidates may apply.                                         qu’elles ou ils le souhaitent; toutefois, elles ou ils
                                                              peuvent faire demande à un maximum de trois choix
The    OUAC      will  send    online    applicants   an      de programme à une université donnée (y compris ses
acknowledgement email immediately after their                 établissements affiliés). Certaines universités peuvent
application has been submitted (assuming that they have       limiter davantage le nombre de programmes auxquels
provided a valid email address on their application).         les candidates et les candidats peuvent faire demande.

Paper Application                                             Le Centre expédie immédiatement un accusé de
Applicants who require additional space to make more          réception par courriel aux candidates et aux candidats
university/program selections on a paper application          (pourvu que celles-ci ou ceux-ci aient bien indiqué une
should photocopy the front of the application,                adresse électronique valide dans la demande).
complete only the “University Program Choices” section
on the photocopy, ensure that the OUAC Reference              Formulaire papier
Number is legible, and attach the photocopy securely          En cas de manque d’espace pour inscrire tous ses choix
to their original application.                                d’université ou de programme sur le formulaire de
                                                              demande d’admission en papier, il suffit de photocopier
Before mailing their paper application, applicants should     le recto de ce dernier et y remplir uniquement
log in to the OUAC website at www.ouac.on.ca/ouac-105/        la section « Choix d’université et de programmes
and view the 105 addenda page for the most up-to-date         d’études ». S’assurer que le Numéro de référence OUAC
information regarding program changes and availability.       soit lisible sur la photocopie et joindre cette dernière
                                                              au formulaire original.
Applicants should remember to sign and date their
application form. Please note that inquiries about            Avant de poster la demande d’admission sur papier au
applications may only be made by the applicant. When          Centre, consulter la page d’addenda sur le site Web du
submitting their completed application to the OUAC,           Centre, à l’adresse http://centre.ouac.on.ca/ouac-105/,
applicants must ensure that they enclose the base             afin de connaître les plus récentes modifications au
application fee and any other appropriate fees (such          chapitre des programmes et de leur disponibilité.
as additional choice, transcript and/or supplemental/
document evaluation fees).                                    Les candidates et les candidats doivent se rappeler de
                                                              signer et de dater leur formulaire de demande. Veuillez
The OUAC will send applicants an Acknowledgement/             noter que seule la candidate ou le candidat peut
Amendment Form that summarizes all of the data in             communiquer avec le Centre au sujet de sa demande.
their application file when their application has been        Il faut soumettre les droits administratifs et tous autres
processed and forwarded to the universities selected          droits appropriés (tel que les droits de service pour
on their application.

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                                       aux universités de l’Ontario – 2012
Application Deadlines                                       choix additionnels, les droits pour relevés de notes ou
There is no general deadline for submitting the OUAC        les droits supplémentaires/d’évaluation) au Centre avec
105 application; deadlines vary from institution to         la demande dûment remplie.
institution and sometimes depend on the program
the applicant is seeking to enter. A list of deadlines      Le Centre fait parvenir aux candidates et aux candidats
is provided in the individual university information        un Accusé de réception/modifications faisant le résumé
sections of this booklet. Unless otherwise specified,       des données qui figurent dans leur dossier, une fois
these deadlines indicate the day by which the               leur demande traitée et acheminée aux universités
application must arrive at the OUAC with payment.           indiquées dans leur demande.

When applicants are interested in a program for             Dates limites
which the deadline has passed, they may contact the         Le Centre ne fixe aucune date limite spécifique pour
university’s admission office to find out if the deadline   soumettre les demandes OUAC 105. En revanche, certains
has been extended. Note that the OUAC will                  programmes peuvent avoir une date limite fixe, laquelle
continue to process applications received after a           peut varier d’une université à l’autre et dépendre du
deadline date and will not refund fees paid.                programme visé. La liste des échéances est donnée dans
                                                            les sections consacrées aux universités. Sauf indication
Applicants should note that all published deadlines         contraire, la date limite publiée dans le présent livret
for applications to specific programs will also apply       est celle à laquelle la demande doit être reçue au Centre
to additional choices. Applicants must ensure               avec paiement.
that the OUAC has sufficient time to process
their additional choices before the universities’           Si la candidate ou le candidat est intéressé par un
stipulated program deadlines.                               programme dont la date limite est déjà passée, elle ou
                                                            il doit alors communiquer directement avec le bureau
Amendments to Submitted Application                         de l’admission de l’université, afin de savoir si la date a
Information                                                 été reportée. À noter que le Centre traitera tout de
The OUAC will mail applicants an Acknowledgement/           même les demandes qui lui parviennent après la
Amendment Form once their application and fees              date limite publiée et ne remettra pas les droits
have been processed. If no changes are required,            reçus.
applicants should keep the form for reference. On the
Acknowledgement/Amendment Form, the OUAC will               À noter que les dates limites publiées pour des
provide applicants with their OUAC Reference Number         programmes spécifiques s’appliquent également aux
and a unique PIN/password that may be used to access        choix additionnels. Les candidates et les candidats
their application online at www.ouac.on.ca/ouac-105/.       doivent s’assurer que le Centre dispose de
This site may be used both to review and to change          suffisamment de temps pour traiter leurs choix
previously submitted application information. Changes       additionnels avant les dates limites stipulées par
entered online are transmitted immediately to the           les universités.
OUAC where they are processed and forwarded to the
universities selected. These changes can be verified        Modifications au dossier relatif à la demande
online at any time.                                         Le Centre enverra aux candidates et aux candidats
                                                            un Accusé de réception/modifications, une fois leur
If, however, applicants wish to submit changes using        demande et paiement traitée. Si aucune modification
the Acknowledgement/Amendment Form, they should             n’est exigée, les candidates et les candidats doivent
indicate the incorrect or missing information directly on   alors conserver le formulaire dans leurs dossiers. Sur
the form. Applicants should ensure that they sign and       cet Accusé de réception/modifications seront indiqués
date the form on which they have made the changes           le Numéro de référence OUAC et le NIP/mot de passe
and make a photocopy for their records before sending       unique de la candidate ou du candidat, lesquels lui
the form back to the OUAC for processing.                   permettront l’accès à leur demande en ligne, accessible
                                                            à partir du site Web http://centre.ouac.on.ca/ouac-105/.
Applicants should remember to record their OUAC             Ce site permet de visualiser les données transmises
Reference Number and PIN/password, which they will          au Centre lors de la soumission de la demande et de
need in order to respond online to offers of admission.     les modifier, au besoin. Les modifications soumises
Once the changes are received, the OUAC will update         en ligne sont transmises aux universités sélectionnées
the file, forward the changes to the universities           dès leur réception et leur traitement au Centre. Il est
selected and send applicants a new Acknowledgement/         également possible de vérifier ces modifications en
Amendment Form that reflects only the changed               ligne à n’importe quel moment.
information.



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                                         at Ontario Universities – 2012
Additional University/Program Choices                        Toutefois, les candidates et les candidats qui choisissent
Applicants who wish to make further university and/          de soumettre leurs modifications par le biais de
or program choices or changes to existing choices            l’Accusé de réception/modifications doivent signaler
after receiving and reviewing their Acknowledgement/         les renseignements inexacts ou manquants sur l’accusé.
Amendment Form may do so on the form or                      Elles ou ils doivent s’assurer de signer l’accusé, d’y
online by logging in to their online application at          apposer la date et de le photocopier afin d’en garder
www.ouac.on.ca/ouac-105/. Applicants who make                une copie dans leurs dossiers, avant de faire parvenir le
changes to their existing university/program choices         tout au Centre aux fins de traitement.
need not remit additional OUAC fees. There are no
additional choice fees required if applicants “delete”       Les candidates et les candidats ne doivent pas oublier
and “add” a new choice to their application, however,        de prendre note de leur Numéro de référence OUAC et
supplemental/document evaluation fees may be                 de leur NIP/mot de passe. Elles ou ils en auront besoin
required.                                                    pour répondre en ligne aux offres d’admission. Une
                                                             fois les modifications reçues, le Centre mettra à jour
Applicants who are mailing their Acknowledgement/            les renseignements, puis transmettra les détails aux
Amendment Form to the OUAC and adding an                     universités sélectionnées et enverra aux candidates
institution to their application for the first time should   et aux candidats un nouvel Accusé de réception/
verify whether they are required to pay supplemental/        modifications reflétant seulement les modifications.
document evaluation fees that are collected by the
OUAC. If applicable, applicants should include these         Choix additionnels d’université ou de
fees with their Acknowledgement/Amendment Form.              programme
                                                             Après avoir reçu et vérifié leur Accusé de réception/
Applications for Part-time Study                             modifications, les candidates et les candidats
At some universities, the OUAC 105 application               auront l’occasion, si nécessaire, de faire des choix
must be used to apply to part-time studies. If this          additionnels ou de modifier leurs choix d’université
information is not specified within the individual           ou de programme directement sur ce formulaire, ou
university information pages, applicants must contact        en ligne en se connectant à leur demande en ligne au
the university directly to obtain the appropriate            http://centre.ouac.on.ca/oauc-105/. Aucuns droits de
application form for part-time studies. Note: Those          service pour les choix additionnels ne sont exigés dans
applying to Ryerson University for Midwifery as well         le cas d’une modification du choix de programmes à
as a Ryerson part-time degree program or a program           une université qui figure sur la demande initiale. De
at another university, should use this form. Otherwise,      même, si la candidate ou le candidat « supprime »
applicants should contact Ryerson directly for the           un choix pour en « ajouter » un nouveau, aucuns
appropriate application form. Remember that the              droits de service ne sont exigés, quoique des droits
application service fees are non-refundable; if this         supplémentaires/d’évaluation puissent l’être.
application is used in error, no application fees will be
refunded.                                                    Dans le cas de modifications envoyées au Centre au moyen
                                                             de l’Accusé de réception/modifications ayant trait à l’ajout
Applicants Who Are Applying to a University                  d’un nouvel établissement aux choix de la candidate ou
Where They Have Previously Been Registered                   du candidat, il faut alors vérifier si cette université exige
Some universities require applicants to apply directly       le versement de droits supplémentaires/d’évaluation au
through their institutions (not through the OUAC)            Centre. Si c’est le cas, de tels droits doivent accompagner
if they have been previously registered there. Rules         l’Accusé de réception/modifications.
about “re-applying” vary; therefore, applicants should
contact the university they have previously attended to      Demandes d’admission aux études
determine whether or not they should use the OUAC            à temps partiel
105 application. Applicants should remember that the         Les demandes d’admission aux études à temps partiel
application service fees are non-refundable; if this         doivent être effectuées à l’aide de la demande
application is used in error, no application fees will be    OUAC 105 pour quelques établissements. Si cette
refunded.                                                    information n’est pas précisée dans les sections
                                                             universitaires, les candidates et candidats doivent
Applying to Collaborative Programs                           communiquer avec l’université en cause pour obtenir le
Applicants should view the “Collaborative University         formulaire approprié pour les études à temps partiel.
and College Programs” section of this booklet for a          Nota: Utiliser ce formulaire pour faire demande au
list of joint programs between Ontario universities and      programme Midwifery de la Ryerson University, ainsi
colleges.                                                    qu’à un programme à temps partiel de Ryerson menant
                                                             à un grade ou à un programme à une autre université.


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                                       aux universités de l’Ontario – 2012
Reporting Previous Attendance at a University               Autrement, elles ou ils doivent communiquer
or College                                                  directement avec Ryerson pour obtenir le formulaire
Applicants must provide information about all               approprié. Pour toute autre université, communiquez
universities or colleges they have attended previously,     directement avec l’établissement en question. Rappel :
since universities normally consider all educational        les droits administratifs n’étant pas remboursables;
experiences to be part of the academic background.          s’assurer d’utiliser la demande appropriée.
Universities require knowledge of applicants’ complete
academic backgrounds in order to process their              Demandes d’admission à un établissement déjà
applications.                                               fréquenté
                                                            Certaines universités préfèrent que les demandes
It is important that applicants understand and observe      d’admission formulées par leurs anciens leur
the terms of the “Declaration and Notice of Collection,     parviennent directement plutôt que par l’intermédiaire
Use, Disclosure and Treatment of Personal Information”      du Centre. Comme les règlements varient d’un
statement that appears on the application form              établissement à l’autre, communiquer avec l’université
immediately above the space for their signature or on       déjà fréquentée pour savoir s’il est avisé d’utiliser la
the “Submit” screen of the online application.              demande 105. Rappel : les droits administratifs n’étant
                                                            pas remboursables; s’assurer d’utiliser la demande
Tuition and Other Fees and Costs                            appropriée.
Tuition fees for candidates applying to Ontario
universities under the “Study Permit” status are higher     Demandes d’admission aux programmes
than those for Canadian citizens. In addition, tuition      conjoints
will vary from institution to institution and may           La section « Programmes conjoints des universités et
sometimes differ depending on the program being             collèges » comprend la liste complète des programmes
studied. For more information, please consult the           conjoints offerts par les universités et les collèges de
individual universities.                                    l’Ontario.

Financial Aid                                               Déclaration d’études antérieures à un
Requests for information about scholarships, bursaries      établissement collégial ou universitaire
and financial aid must be made directly to each             Les candidates et les candidats doivent fournir des
university. There is no centralized financial service in    renseignements sur toutes leurs études postsecondaires
Ontario and each university offers different levels of      (collégiales ou universitaires) antérieures, puisque
assistance. Some universities offer scholarships based on   les universités considèrent que toutes les expériences
academic merit to international applicants. Applicants      éducatives font partie du dossier scolaire. Ainsi, les
should consult the individual universities for details.     universités exigent des renseignements complets sur les
                                                            antécédents scolaires des candidates et des candidats,
Student Health Insurance                                    afin d’être en mesure d’analyser leurs demandes.
International applicants and their dependents are not
eligible for free medical coverage under the Ontario        Les candidates et les candidats doivent s’assurer
Health Insurance Plan. As a result, Ontario universities    de comprendre et de respecter les conditions de
have a compulsory private plan that provides                la « Déclaration et avis de collecte, d’utilisation de
equivalent coverage. Further information about this         divulgation et de traitement de renseignements
plan is available from the individual universities.         personnels » figurant au formulaire, au-dessus de
                                                            l’espace prévu pour la signature, ou sur l’écran
Study Permit (Visa)                                         « Soumettre » de la demande en ligne.
Citizens of other countries who want to study in
Canada must obtain a study permit before they can be        Frais de scolarité, autres frais et coûts
admitted to the country. Applicants must contact an         En Ontario, les candidats étrangers munis d’un permis
immigration official at a Canadian Embassy that serves      d’études paient des frais de scolarité plus élevés que
their country. Applicants must have proof of admission      les citoyens canadiens. De plus, ces frais varient d’une
to a program of study in Canada before applying for         université à l’autre et souvent selon le programme
the study permit.                                           d’études. Pour plus de renseignements, veuillez
                                                            communiquer directement avec les universités.
Verification of Documents and Information
All documents are routinely verified by the universities.   Aide financière
Evidence of falsified documents will result in applicants   Il faut s’adresser directement aux universités pour
being banned from the university. Information about         toute question relative aux bourses et prix ou à l’aide
falsified or incomplete documents is shared with the        financière. Il n’existe pas de service d’aide financière
Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada.

18                       OUAC 105 Application for Admission to Undergraduate Programs
                                         at Ontario Universities – 2012
Offers of Admission:                                        centralisé en Ontario – chaque université offre un
                                                            différent programme d’aide. Certaines universités
                                                            offrent des bourses aux étudiants étrangers, selon les
Online Responses                                            mérites scolaires de ces derniers. Communiquer avec les
                                                            universités pour plus de détails.

The OUAC does not make any admission decisions,             Assurance-maladie pour étudiants
evaluate applicant qualifications, or receive detailed      Les candidates et les candidats provenant de l’étranger et
information from the university with regard to offers       leurs personnes à charge n’ont pas droit à la couverture
made to applicants.                                         médicale gratuite de l’Assurance-santé de l’Ontario. Par
                                                            conséquent, les universités ontariennes ont établi un
                                                            régime privé obligatoire équivalent. Communiquer avec
Application files are evaluated individually at each
                                                            chaque université pour plus de détails.
university and admission decisions are made by the
universities. Universities will usually wait until all
required documentation has been submitted before            Permis d’études (visa d’étudiant)
making a decision. Offers are made at different times       Les citoyens étrangers qui désirent venir étudier au
throughout the processing cycle, depending on the           Canada doivent obtenir un permis d’études ou un
university and program. Once your application file          visa d’étudiant auprès des services d’immigration
is complete, most universities will attempt to render       d’une ambassade canadienne. Les candidates et les
a decision as soon as is practical. The universities will   candidats doivent fournir la preuve de leur admission
communicate offers of admission, including terms            à un programme d’études au Canada avant d’obtenir
of any conditional offers and appropriate response          le permis.
instructions, directly to applicants.
                                                            Vérification des documents et de l’information
Applicants are able to accept (or for some universities,    Tous les renseignements dans les documents fournis sont
decline) offers of admission from the Ontario               vérifiés par les universités. Les universités pourraient
universities by logging in to their application online      interdire l’admission aux candidats qui soumettent des
at www.ouac.on.ca/ouac-105/. They will require their        renseignements faux ou fallacieux. Ces renseignements
OUAC Reference Number and the unique PIN/password           seront partagés avec l’Association des universités et des
that was provided on their Acknowledgement/                 collèges du Canada.
Amendment Form. Applicants who choose to respond
to their offer of admission online should not mail a
paper response to the OUAC.
                                                            Répondre aux offres
Applicants are responsible for meeting the deadline
dates stipulated by the universities. Most universities
require that responses to offers of admission be made
                                                            d’admission en ligne
online. When responding online, applicants must click
the “Submit” button and follow the steps in order to
send their response to the OUAC. A screen displaying        Le Centre ne prend aucune décision d’admission,
the applicant’s confirmation number will appear             n’évalue pas les qualifications des candidates et des
immediately after successfully submitting a response.       candidats et ne reçoit aucune information détaillée des
This screen will include a summary of all changes/          universités quant aux offres qu’elles font aux candidates
responses made within that session. Applicants should       et aux candidats.
make note of the confirmation number (in writing
or by printing the screen) and keep it in a safe place.     Les universités évaluent les dossiers d’admission et
Successfully submitted responses to offers of admission     prennent une décision quant à l’admissibilité de
will be processed within one business day. Applicants       chaque candidate ou candidat. Les universités vont
should log back in to their account to verify their         généralement attendre que tous les documents requis
response(s) after one business day.                         soient soumis avant de prendre une décision. Les offres
                                                            sont envoyées de façon continue tout au long du cycle
Important: An online response instruction video is          d’admission, selon l’université et le programme. Les
available at www.ouac.on.ca/ugrad-tutorials/. This          universités font parvenir directement aux candidates
video demonstrates the steps required to respond to a       et candidats leurs offres d’admission ainsi que les
university offer of admission.                              directives appropriés pour y répondre, y compris les
                                                            conditions relatives à toute offre conditionnelle.




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                                      aux universités de l’Ontario – 2012
Accepting an offer of admission from one university         La demande en ligne, qui est disponible à partir du
will not cancel applications to other universities and/     site Web http://centre.ouac.on.ca/ouac-105/, permet
or programs. However, applicants may have only              aux candidates et aux candidats d’accepter (ou de
one acceptance of an offer on file at a time. Before        refuser, dans le cas de certaines universités) une offre
applicants can accept a subsequent offer online,            d’admission des universités de l’Ontario. Pour ce faire,
they must first cancel the previously accepted offer.       elles ou ils auront besoin de leur Numéro de référence
Note: When applicants submit a subsequent paper             OUAC et du NIP/mot de passe unique, lesquels sont
acceptance, the OUAC will automatically cancel the          fournis sur leur Accusé de réception/modifications.
previously accepted offer.                                  Les candidates et les candidats qui choisissent de
                                                            répondre à l’offre en ligne, ne doivent pas envoyer
Applicants who wish to attend a university that has         le formulaire réponse en papier au Centre.
offered them admission but whose response deadline
has expired or who wish to re-accept an offer they          Il incombe à la candidate ou au candidat de respecter
previously cancelled or declined, should contact the        les dates limites stipulées par les établissements. La
university’s admissions office to see whether they will     plupart des universités exigent que les candidates et les
still be considered and, if so, whether a new offer         candidats répondent en ligne aux offres d’admission.
can be issued. Remember, many university programs           Pour ce faire, cliquer sur le bouton « Soumettre »
reach capacity quickly. The later that applicants wish      et suivre les directives à la lettre afin de s’assurer que
to change universities, the more difficult the change is    la réponse soit soumise correctement au Centre. Un
likely to be.                                               écran affichant le numéro de dossier du candidat ou
                                                            de la candidate s’affichera à l’écran immédiatement
Applicants who are concerned about accepting or             après que ce dernier ou cette dernière aura soumis sa
declining an offer of admission should contact the          réponse, lequel comprendra également un sommaire
university’s admissions office in order to discuss          des modificiations/réponses effectuées lors de la
their needs. The university will try to accommodate         session en cours. Prière de prendre note de ce numéro
applicants as much as possible.                             de dossier (faire une impression-écran ou l’écrire sur un
                                                            papier) et de le conserver soigneusement. Les réponses
Note: Please do not send any applications for residence     à une offre d’admission seront traitées dans un délai
or deposit cheques to the OUAC. These items should be       d’un jour ouvrable. Au terme d’une journée ouvrable,
sent directly to the universities. Residence deposits do    le candidat ou la candidate devrait se connecter à
not replace an official response to an offer of admission   nouveau à son compte afin d’y vérifier ses réponses.
through the OUAC.
                                                            Important : un tutoriel sur vidéo expliquant la marche
Deferring Entry                                             à suivre pour les réponses en ligne est accessible à
Some universities permit applicants to defer their entry    l’adresse http://centre.ouac.on.ca/ouac-105/. La vidéo
for one semester or one year. Applicants should consult     explique la marche à suivre pour répondre à une offre
with the university’s admissions office or undergraduate    d’admission d’une université.
calendar for details. Applicants may need to re-apply
for admission through the OUAC using the OUAC 105           Bien que les candidats ne puissent accepter qu’une
application and pay the necessary combination of fees.      offre d’admission à la fois, une telle acceptation
                                                            n’annule pas pour autant leur demande d’admission
Other Canadian Universities                                 aux autres universités ou programmes. Avant d’accepter
The OUAC processes applications only to universities        une offre subséquente, le candidat ou la candidate
in the province of Ontario. For information about           doit annuler toute offre préalablement acceptée pour
universities outside Ontario, applicants should contact     ensuite ajouter la nouvelle acceptation. Nota : dans
the individual universities directly or consult the         le cas d’une candidate ou d’un candidat qui soumet
Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada at       ultérieurement une acceptation sur papier, le Centre
www.aucc.ca.                                                annulera toute acceptation antérieure.

Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology                     Les candidates et les candidats qui désirent fréquenter
The Ontario Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology         une université leur ayant offert une place mais dont la
are not part of this application system. General            date limite stipulée pour y répondre est passée, ou qui
inquiries should be made to the Ontario College             désirent accepter de nouveau une offre qu’elles ou ils
Application Services, 60 Corporate Court, Guelph ON         avaient annulée ou refusée antérieurement, doivent
N1G 5J3; telephone: 519-763-4725.                           alors communiquer avec l’université visée, afin de savoir
                                                            si cette dernière accepte toujours leur candidature et si
                                                            une nouvelle offre pourra être émise. Il faut se rappeler



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                                         at Ontario Universities – 2012
Transcripts                                                     que de nombreux programmes se remplissent vite :
                                                                une telle modification tardive comporte donc certaines
                                                                difficultés.

A transcript is a record of your academic performance           Si l’acceptation ou le refus d’une offre d’admission
at an educational institution. Normally a transcript is         cause des inquiétudes, la candidate ou le candidat doit
considered official if it is produced by and bears the          alors communiquer avec le service de l’admission de
seal of the institution that issues it. Universities will not   l’université en cause pour discuter de ses besoins. Les
normally accept unofficial photocopies. Applicants who          universités feront de leur mieux pour lui venir en aide.
are not able to provide official transcripts must contact
each university’s admissions office directly for advice.        Nota : ne pas envoyer au Centre la demande pour
                                                                une place en résidence ou le chèque de garantie.
Applicants are responsible for arranging for official           Ces derniers doivent être acheminés directement à
transcripts to be forwarded to the universities to              l’université. Le chèque de garantie pour une place en
which they have applied. Applicants who add a new               résidence ne remplace pas la réponse officielle à une
university must arrange to have official transcripts sent       offre d’admission, qui doit être traitée par le Centre.
to this new university.
                                                                Admission différée
It is very important that you indicate your OUAC                Certaines universités autorisent les candidates et les
Reference Number, full legal last name/family name              candidats à différer leur rentrée pour une session ou
and given names, as well as any former last names/              une année civile. Consulter le bureau de l’admission ou
family names, on all documents. This will ensure that           l’annuaire de premier cycle de l’université. Il se peut
your documents are properly handled.                            que la candidate ou le candidat doit poser à nouveau
                                                                sa candidature par l’entremise du Centre en utilisant
Special procedures have been developed for obtaining            la demande OUAC 105 et payer les droits de service
transcripts from Ontario universities and colleges,             exigibles.
from Quebec CEGEPs and from British Columbia (BC)
secondary schools. For more information, applicants             Autres universités canadiennes
should refer to the specific sections that follow.              Le Centre traite seulement les demandes d’admission
                                                                aux universités de l’Ontario. Toute demande
Transcripts and supporting documents should not                 d’information au sujet des universités d’une autre
be sent to the OUAC. The OUAC cannot forward                    province doit être adressée directement à ces dernières.
these documents to the universities and will not                Consulter le site Web de l’Association des universités et
be able to return them to applicants.                           collèges du Canada, à l’adresse www.aucc.ca.

Secondary School Transcripts                                    Collèges d’arts appliqués et de technologie
Applicants must contact their secondary school’s                Le Centre ne traite pas les demandes aux collèges
guidance office to make the necessary arrangements              d’arts appliqués et de technologie. Toute demande
for their secondary school grades to be sent directly to        de renseignements doit être adressée au Service
the universities they have selected on their application.       d’admission des collèges de l’Ontario, 60 cour Corporate,
Please note that each secondary school may have their           Guelph (Ontario) N1G 5J3; téléphone : 519-763-4725.
own rules in arranging how these transcript requests
are sent. Therefore, applicants should review these
rules with their secondary school.

Grades for Secondary School Students
                                                                Relevés de notes
in British Columbia
The OUAC acts as an agent for Ontario universities
                                                                Le relevé officiel est un bulletin scolaire de
to electronically collect both midterm (May) and final
                                                                l’établissement que vous avez fréquenté. Ce dernier
(July) grades for current-year BC students through the
                                                                doit habituellment se conformer aux critères suivants :
Ministry of Education, Skills and Training in British
                                                                être produit par la maison d’enseignement et en porter
Columbia after BC students authorize this Ministry to
                                                                le sceau. Les universités n’acceptent généralement pas
release their academic record to the OUAC.
                                                                les photocopies de relevés. Les candidats qui ne sont
                                                                pas en mesure de fournir de relevés officiels doivent
However, BC secondary school applicants who wish to
                                                                communiquer directement avec le service d’admission
be considered for admission by an Ontario university
                                                                de l’université ou des universités de leur choix.



                           OUAC 105 Trousse d’admission aux programmes de premier cycle                               21
                                        aux universités de l’Ontario – 2012
between January and April should ensure that an             Il incombe à la candidate ou au candidat d’assurer
official hardcopy transcript of their grades is sent        l’envoi de son relevé de notes officiel aux universités où
directly to the Ontario universities as soon as first       elle ou il fait demande. En cas d’ajout d’une nouvelle
semester grades are available. Students should request,     université, la candidate ou le candidat doit assurer
in person, a transcript in a sealed envelope directly       l’envoi de son relevé à cet établissement.
from their secondary school office. Students should
mail the transcript directly to the Ontario universities    Il est très important que votre Numéro de référence
to which they have applied for early consideration.         OUAC, vos nom et prénoms légaux, ainsi que tout
                                                            nom de famille antérieur s’il ya lieu, figurent au
Quebec CEGEP Transcripts                                    complet dans les documents présentés. Cela assurera le
An automated process sends the bulletin d’études            traitement adéquat de vos documents.
collégiales to the Ontario universities for applicants
who have attended or who are currently attending a          Une procédure spéciale a été développée pour obtenir
Quebec CEGEP. These applicants should indicate their        les relevés des universités et des collèges de l’Ontario,
Quebec Code permanent in the appropriate section            des cégeps au Québec et des écoles secondaires de
of the application to allow the OUAC to collect and         la Colombie-Britannique. Consulter les sections qui
transfer their grades electronically. Applicants will not   suivent pour de plus amples renseignements à ce sujet.
need to forward hardcopy transcripts from their CEGEP
in this case.                                               Ne pas envoyer les relevés ou les documents
                                                            à l’appui au Centre. Nous ne pouvons pas
Transcripts from Ontario Universities or Colleges           transmettre ces documents aux universités et ils
Applicants who are attending or have previously             ne seront pas retournés.
attended an Ontario university or college can request
transcripts using the paper OUAC Transcript Request         Bulletins de notes des écoles secondaires
Form (TRF) or by logging in to their application online.    Les candidates et les candidats doivent communiquer avec
By completing the TRF online or by sending the TRF to       le bureau de l’orientation de leur école secondaire pour
the OUAC, along with the applicable fees, applicants        prendre les mesures nécessaires afin de faire parvenir
give the OUAC permission to electronically request and      leur bulletin directement aux universités de leur choix.
receive their grades from institutions they attended        Veuillez noter que chaque école secondaire peut posséder
previously or are currently attending and transfer them     ses propres règlements en ce qui concerne la procédure
to the universities they have selected.                     d’envoi des relevés de notes qui leur sont demandés. Il en
                                                            revient donc aux candidates et candidats de discuter de
All of the Ontario universities and colleges have           ses règlements avec leur école secondaire.
co-operated in the development of this transcript
system. Please note the following exceptions:               Relevés de notes des écoles secondaires
                                                            de la Colombie-Britannique
•	   The Royal Military College of Canada is not part       Le Centre fait office de mandataire auprès du
     of the electronic transcript request system.           ministère de l’Éducation et de la Formation de la
•	   Requests for transcripts from the following            Colombie-Britannique (C.-B.), au nom des universités
     divisions or programs at the University of             de l’Ontario, aux fins de collecte électronique des notes
     Toronto must be made directly to that division:        de mi-session (en mai) et finales (en juillet) des élèves
     Additional Qualifications Program (AQ) at OISE;        actuellement inscrits au secondaire dans cette province,
     Continuing Studies; Toronto School of Theology;        et ce, dès que ces derniers autorisent le ministère de la
     and Woodsworth Pre-University Program.                 C.-B. à transmettre leur dossier scolaire au Centre.
•	   Algoma University is a former affiliate campus
     of Laurentian University. Applicants who are           Toutefois, dans le cas des candidates et candidats
     Laurentian – Algoma students or graduates              du secondaire de la C.-B. souhaitant être considérés
     should request transcripts from Laurentian. All        aux fins d’admission par une université de l’Ontario
     students admitted during or after 2009 are Algoma      entre janvier et avril, elles et ils doivent s’assurer de
     University students.                                   faire parvenir un relevé de notes officiel sur papier
•	   Requests for the following York University             directement aux universités de leur choix, et ce, dès
     transcripts must be made directly to that              que les notes de la première session sont disponibles.
     department: York University English Language           Les élèves doivent exiger, en personne, directement
     Institute (YUELI) and Schulich Executive Education.    auprès de leur école secondaire, que cette dernière
     Requests for transcripts from either Continuing        leur fournisse, sous pli scellé, le relevé de notes, qu’ils
     Studies or Continuing Education must be made           devront ensuite poster directement aux universités




22                       OUAC 105 Application for Admission to Undergraduate Programs
                                         at Ontario Universities – 2012
     to the Division of Continuing Education. Requests       ontariennes auxquelles elles et ils ont fait demande,
     for Additional Qualification (AQ) courses taken         aux fins de considération hâtive.
     after 1993 must be made to Research and Field
     Development, Faculty of Education. If you attend/       Relevés des cégeps du Québec
     have attended one of these departments or               Un processus automatisé assure la transmission des
     programs, and require assistance with your online       bulletins d’études collégiales des cégeps vers les
     transcript request, please contact the OUAC at          universités ontariennes, dans le cas des candidates
     519-823-1063.                                           et des candidats ayant fréquenté ou fréquentant un
•	   Requests for transcripts from Durham College’s          cégep au Québec. Inscrire son Code permanent dans la
     University     Preparation/Academic      Upgrading      case appropriée pour indiquer que la candidate ou le
     program must be made directly to Durham.                candidat permet au Centre d’obtenir et de transmettre
•	   Requests for transcripts from a Law Clerk program       son bulletin par voie informatisée aux universités. Il ne
     at any college must be made directly to the college.    sera pas nécessaire d’envoyer de copie papier.

The fee for each transcript requested (that is, for each     Relevés d’une université ou d’un collège
university receiving the transcript) is $10. Exception       de l’Ontario
is made for transcripts requested from institutions          Les candidates et les candidats qui fréquentent ou ont
that have a lifetime transcript fee agreement                fréquenté une université ou un collège de l’Ontario
for which there are no applicable fees. The fees must        peuvent demander l’envoi d’un relevé de notes de cet
accompany the Transcript Request Form when it is sent        établissement en remplissant le Formulaire de demande
to the OUAC.                                                 de relevé de notes, ou par le biais de leur demande en
                                                             ligne. En remplissant la demande de relevé de notes par
The OUAC will not be responsible for the refusal of any      le biais du système en ligne ou en envoyant le formulaire
institution to provide transcripts (for example, because     papier et les frais au Centre, la candidate ou le candidat
of a delinquent account or incorrect/insufficient            autorise par le fait même ce dernier à obtenir le relevé
student identification). If a university cannot provide      de notes informatisé de son (ancien) établissement et à
the transcript the applicant has requested, the              le transmettre aux universités de son choix.
applicant will be notified of the situation by the OUAC.
                                                             Les universités et les collèges de l’Ontario ont collaboré
All Other Transcripts                                        au développement du système de demande de relevés
Applicants are responsible for arranging for the             de notes. À noter toutefois les exceptions suivantes :
transfer of all other transcripts and documents to the
universities to which they are applying.                     •	   Le Collège militaire royal du Canada ne fait
                                                                  pas partie du système d’échange informatisé des
Transfer Credits                                                  relevés de notes.
All Ontario universities offer transfer credit for courses   •	   Les demandes de relevé de notes auprès des
successfully completed at recognized postsecondary                divisions ou des programmes des départements
institutions when the courses and grades are deemed               suivants de la University of Toronto doivent être
to be acceptable to the receiving institution, and                adressées directement à la division : programme
where they can be integrated into the new program.                Additional Qualifications (AQ) de l’OISE; programme
In addition to being essential to the admission                   Continuing Studies; Toronto School of Theology; et
decision process, official transcripts are used in                programme Woodsworth Pre‑University.
the determination of transfer credit or advanced             •	   L’Algoma University est un ancien campus affilié
standing. In some cases, the university may request               à l’Université Laurentienne. Les étudiantes et
that applicants submit detailed descriptions for the              étudiants, diplômés ou diplômées de Laurentienne
courses being considered for transfer. Each university            – Algoma, doivent exiger des relevés de notes
will correspond directly with applicants about these              auprès de l’Université Laurentienne. Tous les
requirements. The number of allowable transfer credits            candidates et candidats admis à partir de 2009 à
will vary according to each university’s regulations and          Algoma sont considérés comme des étudiantes et
the nature and source of the courses in question.                 étudiants de cette université seulement.
                                                             •	   Les demandes suivantes de relevé de notes auprès
                                                                  de la York University doivent être adressées
                                                                  directement au département concerné : York
                                                                  University English Language Institute (YUELI) et
                                                                  Schulich Executive Education. Les demandes de
                                                                  relevé de notes auprès de Continuing Studies
                                                                  ou Continuing Education doivent être adressées


                          OUAC 105 Trousse d’admission aux programmes de premier cycle                              23
                                       aux universités de l’Ontario – 2012
                                          directement à la Division of Continuing Education.
                                          Les demandes de relevé de notes pour les cours
                                          de Additional Qualification (AQ) suivis après 1993
                                          doivent être adressées directement au Research
                                          and Field and Development, Faculty of Education.
                                          Si vous fréquentez ou avez fréquenté l’un de ces
                                          départements ou l’un de ces programmes et vous
                                          avez besoin d’aide pour remplir votre demande
                                          de relevé de notes en ligne, veuillez contacter le
                                          Centre au 519-823-1063.
                                     •	   Les demandes de relevé de notes du programme
                                          University Preparation/Academic Upgrading du
                                          Durham College doivent être faites directement
                                          auprès de cet établissement.
                                     •	   Les demandes de relevé de notes du programme Law
                                          Clerk de n’importe quel collège doivent être faites
                                          directement auprès de l’établissement en question.

                                     Les droits sont fixés à 10 $ par relevé réclamé
                                     (c’est-à-dire le nombre d’universités qui recevront un
                                     relevé), sauf pour les relevés de tout établissement
                                     précisant qu’aucuns droits de service ne sont
                                     exigés. Les droits doivent accompagner le Formulaire
                                     de demande de relevé de notes.

                                     Le Centre n’assume aucune responsabilité si tout
                                     établissement refuse de fournir un relevé de notes
                                     exigé (dans le cas de comptes en souffrance ou si
                                     le numéro d’identification indiqué est inexact, par
                                     example). Si une université n’est pas en mesure de
                                     fournir le relevé exigé, le Centre avisera alors la
                                     candidate ou le candidat du refus.

                                     Autres relevés
                                     Pour obtenir des relevés de tout autre établissement, la
                                     candidate ou le candidat doit autoriser l’établissement
                                     en question à envoyer son relevé directement aux
                                     universités sélectionnées.

                                     Crédits d’équivalence
                                     Les universités de l’Ontario reconnaissent l’équivalence
                                     (c’est-à-dire des crédits en vue du programme auquel
                                     s’inscrit la candidate ou le candidat) des cours réussis
                                     à un établissement postsecondaire reconnu lorsque
                                     ces derniers (et les résultats scolaires de la candidate
                                     ou du candidat) sont acceptables à leurs yeux et qu’ils
                                     conviennent au nouveau programme. En plus de servir
                                     à prendre une décision sur le dossier de la candidate
                                     ou du candidat, les relevés officiels exigés servent à
                                     l’établissement de telles équivalences. Dans certains
                                     cas, l’université peut demander à la candidate ou au
                                     candidat de remettre une description de cours détaillée.
                                     Chaque université communiquera directement avec
                                     la candidate ou le candidat à ce sujet. Le nombre de
                                     crédits à retenir variera selon les règlements internes
                                     de l’université, ainsi que la nature et la source du cours.




24   OUAC 105 Application for Admission to Undergraduate Programs
                     at Ontario Universities – 2012
Application                                                   6. Email Address: Applicants must provide their
                                                                 email address. They should copy their email
                                                                 exactly as it should appear, using uppercase and
Instructions                                                     lowercase characters as appropriate. Email is the
                                                                 primary mode of communication between
                                                                 the universities, the OUAC, and applicants.
                                                                 Applicants need to verify that their address is
The following section provides details about
                                                                 accurate. Applicants must keep this information
some of the information applicants must provide.
                                                                 up-to-date, and notify the OUAC of any change to
Refer to the sample application on the following
                                                                 their email address. Universities may use email
pages.
                                                                 to provide offers of admission as well as to
                                                                 communicate other important university
1. Each applicant’s OUAC Reference Number is
                                                                 information. Email addresses may also be used
   printed on the top right-hand corner of their
                                                                 to create accounts on university applicant
   application. Applicants should record this number
                                                                 status web systems. A unique email address is
   and keep it safe, as they are required to refer to
                                                                 required by many university systems.
   it in any communication with the OUAC or the
   universities.
                                                              7. Country of Citizenship and Status in Canada
                                                                 (at time of application) is required of all applicants.
Personal Information
                                                                 •	    Applicants who are Canadian citizens should
2. Applicants must provide their complete Legal Last                   record “Canada” as their Country of
   Name/Family Name and all Legal Given Names                          Citizenship and check the Status in Canada
   (first and second names) in full. Applicants should                 box marked “Canadian Citizen”.
   not include nicknames (e.g., Pat, Mike, Jenny),               •	    Applicants who are permanent residents
   diminutives or initials. The Commonly Used                          or who have the status “Study Permit” or
   Name is the name the applicant normally uses.                       “Other” must record a country of citizenship
                                                                       other than Canada.
3. Former Legal Last Name/Family Name:                           •	    Applicants who indicate “Other” as their
   Applicants should complete this section only if                     Status in Canada must specify their status
   their legal last name/family name has changed, for                  further on the line provided below this box.
   example through adoption or marriage.                               For example, convention refugee (protected
                                                                       person), diplomatic.
4. Applying Under Mature Student Regulations:                    •	    Applicants who are already in Canada must
   Mature student regulations vary from university                     record the date of their entry in the country.
   to university; applicants should contact their
   universities of choice to determine whether they               Canadian Aboriginal Applicant: The Aboriginal
   conform to a university’s particular definition of a           and Treaty rights of the Aboriginal peoples of
   mature student.                                                Canada are recognized and affirmed in the
                                                                  Constitution Acts of 1867 to 1982 (section 35).
   In most cases, a mature or adult student is an applicant       Section 35(2) indicates that Aboriginal peoples
   who has not completed the normal academic                      of Canada include First Nation, Inuit and Métis
   requirements for admission to the university but who           peoples.
   conforms to a specific age and/or work experience
   requirement stipulated by the university.                      In keeping with this definition, applicants may
                                                                  self-identify by answering “Yes” to the question.
5. Mailing Address: All communications from the                   Applicants may further specify one of First Nation,
   OUAC and from the universities will be mailed to               Métis or Inuit. Applicants who do not meet this
   this address.                                                  definition or do not wish to declare their status
                                                                  should leave the field blank.
   Home Address: Applicants need to provide this
   information only if it is different from their mailing     8. Marital Status: Although this information is
   address.                                                      optional, some university housing offices use this
                                                                 data in order to place applicants in appropriate
   Since documentation is mailed during the summer               residence buildings. It is also used for statistical
   months, applicants must keep the OUAC advised                 purposes.
   of any changes to their mailing address during this
   period.


                          OUAC 105 Trousse d’admission aux programmes de premier cycle                               25
                                       aux universités de l’Ontario – 2012
                                                                                                                                                               OUAC REFERENCE NUMBER
      APPLICATION FOR                                                            RETURN TO:
      ADMISSION TO AN                                                            ONTARIO UNIVERSITIES’ APPLICATION CENTRE

      ONTARIO UNIVERSITY
                                                                                 170 RESEARCH LANE
                                                                                 GUELPH ON N1G 5E2 CANADA
                                                                                                                                                               1
      FOR APPLICANTS NOT ATTENDING
      AN ONTARIO SECONDARY SCHOOL                                                OUAC 105                                                         REFER TO THIS NUMBER ON ALL CORRESPONDENCE



         2
                                     LEGAL LAST NAME/FAMILY NAME                                                                ALL LEGAL GIVEN NAMES IN FULL


                   3     FORMER LEGAL LAST NAME/FAMILY NAME (if applicable)                                                         COMMONLY USED NAME
             MR.          MRS.                                                                                                                        YEAR                   MONTH           DAY
                                                                                                        MALE            FEMALE
                                                            4
             MISS         MS.                   1     YES           2     NO
     OTHER
     (SPECIFY)                         ARE YOU APPLYING UNDER MATURE STUDENT REGULATIONS?                      GENDER                                            DATE OF BIRTH
                       APT. NUMBER      NUMBER & STREET                                                                                                            AREA CODE & PHONE NUMBER


      MAILING                 5
     ADDRESS           CITY                                             PROVINCE                      COUNTRY                                                      POSTAL CODE



      HOME             APT. NUMBER      NUMBER & STREET                                                                                                            AREA CODE & PHONE NUMBER
     ADDRESS
          CHECK
          BOX IF
                       CITY                                             PROVINCE                      COUNTRY                                                      POSTAL CODE
          SAME AS
          MAILING
          ADDRESS

                                                                                                                                                                 AREA CODE & ALTERNATE NUMBER

                              6
      EMAIL
     ADDRESS


     0                                   3                                                  IF NOT BORN IN CANADA,            SINGLE,
               CANADIAN CITIZEN                OTHER (SPECIFY)                                                          1     DIVORCED,       1       ENGLISH            1    ENGLISH
                                                                                                DATE OF ENTRY IN
     1
     2
               PERMANENT RESIDENT

               STUDY PERMIT
                                                                                                    CANADA
                                                                                                                        2
                                                                                                                                  8
                                                                                                                              WIDOWED

                                                                                                                              MARRIED,
                                                                                                                              SEPARATED
                                                                                                                                              2
                                                                                                                                              3
                                                                                                                                                      FRENCH
                                                                                                                                                      OTHER              2    FRENCH



                                                                        7
                          STATUS IN CANADA                       COUNTRY OF CITIZENSHIP       YEAR        MONTH         MARITAL STATUS        FIRST LANGUAGE         LANGUAGE OF CORRESPONDENCE

         ARE YOU AN ABORIGINAL APPLICANT? (VOLUNTARY DECLARATION)              YES           PLEASE SPECIFY:     FIRST NATION         MÉTIS            INUIT




                                                                        UNIVERSITY PROGRAM CHOICES
     CHOICES 1 TO 3 – $130 TOTAL
               UNIVERSITY                                                                                                                          EXPECTED            PREVIOUS PREVIOUS    RESIDENCE
                PROGRAM CO-OP UNIVERSITY NAME (AND COLLEGE NAME IF APPLICABLE)                                            SUBJECT OF      YEAR               FULL-TIME
 CHOICE                                                                                       PROGRAM TITLE                                       ENROLLMENT             YEAR      YEAR    INFORMATION
                  CODE                                                                                                  MAJOR INTEREST    CODE               PART-TIME
                                                                                                                                                     DATE               APPLIED REGISTERED REQUESTED




                                                                                         le
                                                                                                                                                                   F/T                          YES
         1
                    9                                                                                                                                              P/T                          NO




                                                                                       p
                                                                                                                                                                   F/T                          YES
         2




                                                                                     m
                                                                                                                                                                   P/T                          NO




                                                Sa
                                                                                                                                                                   F/T                          YES
         3
                                                                                                                                                                   P/T                          NO

     ALL CHOICES AFTER THREE (3) ARE $42 EACH (MAXIMUM OF THREE PROGRAMS PER UNIVERSITY)
               UNIVERSITY                                                                                                                          EXPECTED            PREVIOUS PREVIOUS    RESIDENCE
                PROGRAM CO-OP UNIVERSITY NAME (AND COLLEGE NAME IF APPLICABLE)                                            SUBJECT OF      YEAR               FULL-TIME
 CHOICE                                                                                       PROGRAM TITLE                                       ENROLLMENT             YEAR      YEAR    INFORMATION
                  CODE                                                                                                  MAJOR INTEREST    CODE               PART-TIME
                                                                                                                                                     DATE               APPLIED REGISTERED REQUESTED

                                                                                                                                                                   F/T                          YES
         4
                                                                                                                                                                   P/T                          NO

                                                                                                                                                                   F/T                          YES
      5
                                                                                                                                                                   P/T                          NO

                                                                                                                                                                   F/T                          YES
         6
                                                                                                                                                                   P/T                          NO

                                                                                                                                                                   F/T                          YES
      7
                                                                                                                                                                   P/T                          NO

                                                                                                                                                                   F/T                          YES
      8
                                                                                                                                                                   P/T                          NO

                                                      DO NOT SEND ACADEMIC DOCUMENTS WITH THIS APPLICATION.
                                            OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS MUST BE FORWARDED TO THE ABOVE-NAMED UNIVERSITIES.
                                  ACADEMIC DOCUMENTS FROM ONTARIO POSTSECONDARY INSTITUTIONS CAN BE REQUESTED BY COMPLETING
                                               THE TRANSCRIPT REQUEST FORM INCLUDED IN THIS APPLICATION PACKAGE.




26                                           OUAC 105 Application for Admission to Undergraduate Programs
                                                             at Ontario Universities – 2012
University and Program Selections                          University Name (and college if applicable):
                                                           The name of the university/college to which the
9. Applicants’ first three university program choices      candidate is applying.
   are covered by the $130 base application fee
   (plus a $10 international service fee if their          Program Title: The program/faculty title that
   mailing address is outside Canada). Any additional      corresponds to the university program code an
   university/program choices beyond those three are       applicant has selected.
   $42 per choice plus any applicable supplemental/
   document evaluation fee. Applicants may apply to        Subject of Major Interest: The area of
   as many Ontario universities/programs as they wish;     specialization/concentration for the program the
   however, they are limited to a maximum of three         applicant wishes to study. Not all programs display
   program choices at any one university (including        a list of subjects of major interest.
   affiliates). Some universities may further limit the
   number of programs to which candidates may              Year Code
   apply. Applicants should consult the university         “0”    If the selected university program
   information sections in this application for more              is described as a “Preliminary” or
   information or contact the universities directly.              “Pre-University” program.
                                                           “1”    Applicants who wish to begin their studies
   Applicants who require additional space to add                 in year level one for the selected university
   university/program selections should photocopy the             program.
   front side of the application form and complete         “2”    Applicants who wish to be granted
   only the “University and Program Selections”                   advanced standing (above year level one)
   section of the photocopy. Applicants should then               for the selected university program.
   clearly print their OUAC Reference Number at the
   top of the photocopy and staple the photocopy           Expected Enrollment Date
   securely to their original application form.            “W”   January/February entry (2012)
   Applicants should ensure that they include any fees     “S”   April/May entry (2012)
   for additional choices, as well as any applicable       “A”   July entry (2012)
   supplemental/document evaluation fees and/or            “F”   September entry (2012)
   transcript fees, along with their base application
   fee.                                                    Not all entry dates are offered at all universities.
                                                           Applicants are advised to refer to the appropriate
   Applicants who require additional space to add          university admission requirements sections to
   university/program selections should photocopy the      determine which entry dates are available for
   back of the application form and complete only          selected program(s).
   the “University and Program Selections” section
   of the photocopy. Applicants should then clearly        Full-time/Part-time: These terms refer to the
   print their OUAC Reference Number on the page           number of courses/credits for which an applicant
   and staple the photocopy securely to their original     wishes to register; the description of a full- or
   application form. Applicants should ensure that         part-time course load varies by university. After
   they include any fees for additional choices with       checking availability for the university and program
   their base application fee.                             desired, the applicant should indicate:
                                                           “F”     For full-time study
   Program Code: The two- or three-character               “P”     For part-time study
   alphabetic code designating the university/program
   in which an applicant wishes to enroll. Applicants      Previous Year Applied: The year in which an
   should refer to the list of university programs and     applicant previously applied to the university in
   codes in this booklet.                                  question. Applicants who have never applied to the
                                                           university should leave this field blank.
   Co-op (Co-operative Education Program): A work/
   study arrangement in which a student may earn           Previous Year Registered: The year in which
   credit and also gain practical work experience.         an applicant was previously registered at the
   If co-op is not displayed beside a program in the       university in question. Applicants who have never
   university’s list of programs, it means that co-op is   been registered at the university should leave this
   not available with that particular program.             field blank.




                        OUAC 105 Trousse d’admission aux programmes de premier cycle                        27
                                     aux universités de l’Ontario – 2012
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        GRADE/YEAR                  DIPLOMA
        LAST SECONDARY SCHOOL ATTENDED OR BEING ATTENDED                                                                                                                                                                                                  LEVEL                     AWARDED
     From:              YR              MO            School Name

     To:
              10YR                      MO            School Location

       HAVE YOU ALREADY WRITTEN OR DO YOU INTEND TO WRITE AN ADVANCED PLACEMENT (AP) EXAM BY JUNE OF THE CURRENT SCHOOL YEAR?                                                                                                                                      1         YES        2          NO



       ALL POSTSECONDARY INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED OR BEING ATTENDED INCLUDING COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
                                        NAME AND LOCATION OF INSTITUTION                                                                                      YEAR LEVEL                                           PROGRAM                                         DIPLOMA/DEGREE TYPE

     FROM:
                 11
                  YEAR            MONTH

     TO:          YEAR            MONTH                                                                                                                     LENGTH OF DIPLOMA/DEGREE (0-5 YEARS)                                        0         1         2          3        4         5

     DIPLOMA/DEGREE STATUS:                          CONFERRED                        EXPECTED                       NOT EXPECTED                            DATE DIPLOMA/DEGREE CONFERRED OR EXPECTED                                              YEAR         MONTH

                                        NAME AND LOCATION OF INSTITUTION                                                                                      YEAR LEVEL                                           PROGRAM                                         DIPLOMA/DEGREE TYPE

     FROM:        YEAR            MONTH

     TO:          YEAR            MONTH                                                                                                                     LENGTH OF DIPLOMA/DEGREE (0-5 YEARS)                                        0         1         2          3        4         5

     DIPLOMA/DEGREE STATUS:                          CONFERRED                        EXPECTED                       NOT EXPECTED                            DATE DIPLOMA/DEGREE CONFERRED OR EXPECTED                                              YEAR         MONTH


     TOTAL NUMBER OF YEARS IN A
     CANADIAN SCHOOL SYSTEM                            12                      TOTAL NUMBER OF YEARS IN AN ENGLISH
                                                                               LANGUAGE SCHOOL SYSTEM OUTSIDE OF CANADA                                                                   PLEASE SPECIFY LOCATION

     DO YOU INTEND TO
     APPLY FOR FINANCIAL
                                            1         YES
                                                                 IF YOU WISH TO AUTHORIZE SOMEONE TO SIGN
                                                                 ADMISSIONS DOCUMENTS ON YOUR BEHALF, PLEASE
                                                                                                                                                                      QUEBEC CÉGEP CODE PERMANENT                                   15
                             13
     ASSISTANCE FROM THE                                         COMPLETE THIS SECTION.
     ONTARIO STUDENT                                                                                                                                                   BY PROVIDING YOUR CÉGEP CODE PERMANENT, YOU AUTHORIZE THE OUAC TO COLLECT
                                            2         NO
     ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
     (OSAP)?
                                                                 NAME

                                                                 RELATIONSHIP
                                                                                                 14                                                                    YOUR CÉGEP ACADEMIC RECORD FROM CRÉPUQ, AND TO TRANSFER THAT ACADEMIC
                                                                                                                                                                       DATA TO THE ONTARIO UNIVERSITIES YOU HAVE SELECTED ON YOUR APPLICATION.



      INDICATE YOUR ACTIVITIES WHEN YOU WERE NOT A FULL-TIME STUDENT
                                                                                 ACTIVITY OR NATURE OF WORK                                                                                                   EMPLOYER (IF APPROPRIATE)

     From:           YR              MO

     To:         16
                  YR                 MO

     From:           YR              MO

     To:             YR              MO
                                         Declaration and Notice of Collection, Use, Disclosure and Treatment of Personal Information Provided as Part of Your Application to Ontario University(ies) Undergraduate Program(s) (105)




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 The Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) is operated by the Council of Ontario Universities (COU). As a division of the COU, the OUAC has been processing applications on behalf of universities in Ontario since 1971. To apply for admission to a university undergraduate
 program and/or a non-degree-granting program in Ontario, your application must be processed through the OUAC. The OUAC forwards your application information to the university(ies) of your choice. By applying through the OUAC, you agree that the university(ies) of your choice will
 obtain the personal information you have provided to the OUAC and that the OUAC will collect, use, disclose and otherwise treat your personal information as otherwise set out in this Declaration and Notice.
 The personal information requested in this application is required by the OUAC and by the university(ies) for the purpose of your application and must be provided together with your application fee. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Universities may require additional personal




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 information from you to complete your application, and they may use and disclose your personal information for other purposes in accordance with their own admission and personal information practices. For example, some programs at some universities (e.g., Nursing) may require you
 to provide them with information about whether, and to what extent you have a prior criminal record. Universities also disclose personal information to regulatory authorities, law enforcement or other persons, when authorized or required to do so by law.
 It is your responsibility to ensure that your application information and all supporting documentation is truthful, complete and correct. The OUAC and the universities reserve the right to verify any information provided as part of this application. If any information in your application is




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 determined to be false or misleading, concealed or withheld, your application may be invalidated and this could result in its immediate rejection or in the revocation of an offer of admission or registration at a university. Information about a rejection or revocation of your application may
 be shared with universities and colleges across Canada. The determination of whether an application contains false or misleading information or that you have concealed or withheld information, and with which universities and colleges this information may be shared, is solely in the




                                                                         a
 discretion of the OUAC and/or the university(ies) to which you have applied.
 The OUAC is committed to protecting your privacy in relation to the personal information you provide in support of your application. Transcripts and supplementary material in support of applications submitted to the OUAC are not kept by the OUAC and will not be returned to applicants
 or forwarded to third parties prior to being destroyed at the end of each application cycle.




                                                                       S
 The OUAC does retain the current (and historical) electronic version(s) of your application(s) in accordance with the OUAC’s records retention policy and maintains administrative, technical and physical safeguards in an effort to protect against unauthorized access, use, modification and
 disclosure of your personal information. The OUAC will maintain the confidentiality of all personal information it collects in connection with the application and will disclose such personal information only for the purposes described in this Declaration and Notice. The OUAC stores electronic
 records off-site as part of its disaster recovery procedures.You are solely responsible for keeping your access code, login information and other registration information confidential and secure. Please notify the OUAC immediately if you suspect any unauthorized access, use or disclosure.
 Collection of Personal Information: The OUAC collects the personal information you provide in your application, or in reference to your application, to process your application for the university(ies) of your choice and, if you apply for a student loan, for the Ontario Student Assistance
 Program (OSAP). • Upon your request, the OUAC collects academic information about you from the British Columbia Ministry of Education, Skills and Training; Quebec CEGEPs; and/or Ontario and British Columbia colleges and universities. • The OUAC may collect information about
 your status as a Canadian Aboriginal, if you provide it.You are not required to provide this information, but if you provide it, the OUAC will forward it to the university(ies) of your choice to allow the university(ies) to inform you of specific services available to Canadian Aboriginal students.
 • The OUAC may collect information about your status as a first-generation postsecondary (university or college) applicant, if you provide it. You are not required to provide this information, but if you provide it, the OUAC will forward it to the university(ies) of your choice to allow the
 university(ies) to inform you of specific services available to first-generation students. • The OUAC collects payment information from you (or from whoever is paying for this application) to arrange for the processing of payment for your application. • If you are accepted and then register
 at an Ontario university, the university will send your registration information and the program for which you are registered to the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU). The OUAC collects this information about your registration from MTCU.
 Use of Personal Information: The OUAC will compile and process your application and payment. • The OUAC uses personal information from all undergraduate applications to create aggregate, non-personally identifiable information for use by the public via the OUAC website; Ontario’s
 government ministries (Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities, and Ministry of Education); the COU; Ontario universities; Ontario colleges; Ontario College Application Services (OCAS); and academic researchers (at the discretion of the OUAC) for admissions, enrolment and
 other academic policy development and research purposes. • The OUAC uses personal information obtained from MTCU on university registration to create aggregate, non-personally identifiable information for use by Ontario’s government ministries (Ministry of Training, Colleges and
 Universities, and Ministry of Education); the COU; Ontario universities; Ontario colleges; OCAS; and academic researchers (at the discretion of the OUAC) for admissions, enrolment and other academic policy development and research purposes. • If you have ordered electronic transcripts
 from an Ontario university or an Ontario college as part of your application, the OUAC may use your personal information in order to facilitate the processing of your transcript request.
 Disclosure of Personal Information: The OUAC will disclose your application information to the university(ies) of your choice. • If a third party who is paying for this application has questions regarding the payment for your application, the OUAC will disclose personal information about
 you as necessary and appropriate to respond to the inquiry. • In the event that you have applied to a joint or collaborative university/university or university/college program, the OUAC will disclose your application information to the relevant partner Ontario college(s) or university(ies). •
 If you indicated that you are applying for a student loan, the OUAC will disclose your personal information to OSAP. • The OUAC discloses your academic, application, confirmation and registration information in non-identifiable form to the Ontario universities for admissions, enrolment
 and other academic policy development and research purposes. • The OUAC discloses personal information from all university applications in aggregate, non-identifiable form, to the public via the OUAC website; Ontario’s government ministries (Ministry of Training, Colleges and
 Universities, and Ministry of Education); the COU; Ontario universities and colleges; OCAS; and academic researchers (at the discretion of the OUAC) for admissions, enrolment and other academic policy development and research purposes. • The OUAC may disclose your personal
 information to regulatory authorities, law enforcement or other persons, as authorized or required by law. • If you have ordered electronic transcripts from an Ontario university or an Ontario college as part of your application, the OUAC may disclose your personal information to the
 university(ies) from which you have ordered your transcripts, in order to facilitate the processing of your transcript request.
 For more information about the collection, use, disclosure, and treatment of your personal information at the OUAC, review the OUAC’s Privacy Code at www.ouac.on.ca/privacy/ or contact the OUAC Privacy Officer by email at privacyofficer@ouac.on.ca, by phone at 519-823-1940, or
 in writing at 170 Research Lane, Guelph, Ontario, N1G 5E2.
 Applicants are required to consent to the personal information practices as set out in the “Declaration and Notice of Collection, Use, Disclosure and Treatment of Personal Information provided as part of your application to Ontario University(ies) Undergraduate Program(s) (105)”, and to
 certify the following statement:
 I certify that the personal information and documents submitted in this application, or to be submitted (all of which constitutes the application), are true, complete and correct in all respects, including my declarations as to citizenship and immigration status in Canada and that all information
 requested in this application has been disclosed. I understand that it is my responsibility to keep the OUAC and the university(ies), to which I have applied or at which I register, informed of any changes to the information in my application materials and I agree to do so in writing immediately
 after any such change occurs.



       APPLICANT’S SIGNATURE
                                                            17
               PLEASE NOTE THAT THE BASE APPLICATION FEE AND ANY APPLICABLE ADDITIONAL CHOICE FEES, TRANSCRIPT FEES AND SUPPLEMENTAL/DOCUMENT EVALUATION FEES MUST ACCOMPANY THIS FORM.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     DATE




28                                                            OUAC 105 Application for Admission to Undergraduate Programs
                                                                              at Ontario Universities – 2012
    Residence Information Required: Applicants                     includes applicants who are currently attending the
    should choose “Yes” or “No” as appropriate. Some               secondary school/institution.
    universities use this information to determine
    whether to send an application for residence                   Name and Location of Institution: Applicants
    accommodation with the offer of admission and                  should include the full name and location (city/
    others may require a “Yes” in order to assess an               province or state/country) of the postsecondary
    applicant’s eligibility for residence.                         institution, including the street address if known.

Last Secondary Schools Attended                                    Year Level: The highest year level attended at
                                                                   the postsecondary institution. Applicants who are
10. From: The date the applicant first attended this               currently attending a postsecondary institution
    secondary school/institution (year and month).                 should indicate the year level in which they are
                                                                   currently enrolled.
    To: The date the applicant last attended this
    secondary school/institution (year and month); this            Program: The program attended or currently
    includes applicants who are currently attending the            being attended at the postsecondary institution.
    secondary school/institution.                                  Applicants should indicate the general program
                                                                   name, not names of individual courses of the
    Name and Location of Institution: Applicants                   program in which they registered at that institution
    should include the full name and location (city/               (e.g., Computers, not Lotus 123; English, not
    province or state/country) of the secondary school/            ENG01A).
    institution, including the street address if known.
                                                                   Diploma/Degree Type: The full name of the
    Grade/Year Level: The highest year/level the                   diploma or degree the applicant has obtained
    applicant attended or will attend at the secondary             or expects to obtain at the institution and any
    school/institution.                                            common short form used (e.g., Bachelor of
                                                                   Science [BSc], Bachelor of Arts [BA], International
    Diploma Awarded: The full name of the diploma                  Baccalaureate [IB]).
    obtained at the secondary school/institution
    and any common short form used (e.g., Ontario                  Length of Diploma/Degree: The length of the
    Secondary School Diploma [OSSD]).                              diploma/degree (e.g., two-year diploma, four-year
                                                                   BSc).
    Students who have been enrolled or are currently
    enrolled in an International Baccalaureate (IB)                Diploma/Degree Status: The applicant must
    program should indicate whether they have                      indicate whether the degree/diploma has been
    received or will receive an IB Certificate or an IB            conferred, will be conferred or will not be
    Diploma.                                                       conferred.

    AP Question: Applicants should indicate whether                Date Diploma/Degree Expected or Conferred:
    they have already written or intend to write an                The date on which the applicant obtained or
    Advanced Placement (AP) exam by June of the                    expects to obtain the degree or diploma.
    current school year. AP exams are administered by
    the College Board in the United States of America.         12. Total Number of Years in a Canadian School
                                                                   System: The number entered should be a total of
                                                                   all years spent in elementary and secondary school
All Postsecondary Institutions Attended
                                                                   within Canada where the language of instruction
or Being Attended                                                  is English (or French, in the case of Francophone
                                                                   students). It is not necessary to include kindergarten
11. Applicants who have attended a postsecondary                   or junior kindergarten years. Applicants should
    institution that is a university, college or institution       include the current year, if applicable.
    of higher learning must provide this information
    on the application form.                                       Total Number of Years in an English-Language
                                                                   School System Outside of Canada: The number
    From: The date the applicant first attended the                entered should be a total of all years spent in
    postsecondary institution (year and month).                    elementary and secondary school outside of Canada
                                                                   where the language of instruction is English. It is
    To: The date the applicant last attended the                   not necessary to include kindergarten or junior
    postsecondary institution (year and month); this


                           OUAC 105 Trousse d’admission aux programmes de premier cycle                               29
                                        aux universités de l’Ontario – 2012
     kindergarten years. Applicants should include the        17. Applicants must sign their application.
     current year, if applicable.                                 Unsigned forms will be returned to the applicant
                                                                  without being processed. Applicants should
     Applicants who have studied in English outside               review the “Declaration and Notice of Collection,
     of Canada must enter the name of the applicable              Use, Disclosure and Treatment of Your Personal
     country of study.                                            Information” statement that appears above their
                                                                  signature.
     The information that applicants provide in this
     section, along with their indication of First               Note: All applicants who use the paper application
     Language, will be used by the universities to               form are also required to complete the Application
     determine whether additional information about              Remittance Payment Form included with the forms
     English proficiency will be required in order to            package.
     further consider their application.

13. OSAP: This information is collected on behalf of
    the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP)
    and may allow for the sharing of information with
    individual university financial aid offices. Applicants
    who wish to apply for OSAP must submit an OSAP
    application.

14. Authorized Contact: Applicants may wish to
    designate a person other than themselves to sign
    admissions documents on their behalf. If this is the
    case, applicants must provide the full name of this
    authorized contact person and their relationship to
    the applicant. Please note that inquiries about the
    application may only be made by the applicant.

15. CEGEP: Applicants should record their Quebec
    CEGEP Code permanent if they have attended or
    are attending a CEGEP.

16. Activities: Applicants should outline their work
    and volunteer experience, as well as any other
    activities they completed during the period when
    they were not attending school full-time. Applicants
    must provide the date when their involvement in
    this activity/work began, then the date on which
    it ended or will end. A short description of this
    activity/work or a job title should be provided, if
    applicable. Applicants should provide the name
    of the company for which they worked or the
    organization within which the activity took place,
    if applicable.

     Applicants should be as concise as possible in this
     section. An example of an entry would be:

     Activity                      Employer
     or Nature of Work             (if appropriate)
     Cashier                       Zellers

     If applicants require more space, they should
     photocopy this section and attach it to the
     application.




30                        OUAC 105 Application for Admission to Undergraduate Programs
                                          at Ontario Universities – 2012
Directives pour                                            6. Adresse électronique : les candidates et les
                                                              candidats doivent fournir cette adresse. L’inscrire
                                                              exactement telle qu’elle devrait paraître (lettres
remplir la demande                                            minuscules et/ou majuscules, au besoin). Le courrier
                                                              électronique constitue le principal mode de
                                                              communication entre les universités, le Centre
                                                              et les candidates et candidats. S’assurer que
La présente section vise à informer les candidates
                                                              l’adresse indiquée est correcte et exacte. Informer
et les candidats sur les renseignements qu’elles
                                                              le Centre de toute modification à son adresse
ou ils doivent fournir dans leur demande.
                                                              électronique. Les universités peuvent utiliser
Consulter l’échantillon du formulaire de demande
                                                              ce mode de communication pour faire une
qui paraît dans les pages suivantes.
                                                              offre d’admission ou pour communiquer
                                                              d’autres renseignements importants. L’adresse
1. Le Numéro de référence OUAC de la candidate
                                                              électronique peut également servir à la création
   ou du candidat s’affiche dans le coin droit supérieur
                                                              d’un compte d’accès à un système internet de
   de son formulaire de demande. La candidate ou le
                                                              vérification de l’état de la demande. De plus,
   candidat doit le prendre en note, afin de pouvoir
                                                              un grand nombre d’universités exigent que
   y référer dans toute communication avec le Centre
                                                              les candidates et les candidats fournissent une
   ou avec les universités.
                                                              adresse électronique unique.
Renseignements personnels                                  7. Le Pays de citoyenneté et le Statut au Canada
                                                              (au moment de la soumission de la demande) sont
2. Indiquez son Nom légal/Nom de famille et ses               exigés de toute candidate et de tout candidat.
   Prénoms légaux au complet. N’employer aucun
   diminutif ni sobriquet (Pat, Gab, Jojo, par exemple).        •	   Les citoyens canadiens doivent inscrire
   Ne pas employer d’initiale. Le Prénom usuel est                   « Canada » dans la case Pays de citoyenneté,
   le nom utilisé normalement par la candidate ou le                 et sélectionner « Citoyen canadien » dans la
   candidat.                                                         case Statut au Canada.
                                                                •	   Les résidents permanents et ceux qui ont
3. Fournir tout Nom légal/Nom de famille                             un permis d’études ou dont la catégorie
   antérieur uniquement si ce dernier a changé,                      est « Autre » doivent indiquer un pays de
   par exemple, à la suite d’un mariage ou d’une                     citoyenneté autre que le Canada.
   adoption.                                                    •	   Les candidats qui indiquent « Autre » dans
                                                                     la case Statut au Canada doivent indiquer
4. Indiquer s’il s’agit d’une Demande à titre de                     leur statut sur la ligne fourni à cette fin (par
   candidat adulte en cochant la case appropriée.                    exemple, réfugié au sens de la Convention
   Étant donné que les règlements diffèrent d’une                    [Personne protégée], statut diplomatique,
   université à l’autre, communiquer directement                     etc.).
   avec ces dernières pour obtenir de plus amples               •	   Les candidates et les candidats qui habitent
   renseignements à ce sujet.                                        déjà au Canada doivent donner la date à
                                                                     laquelle ils sont entrés au pays.
   En règle générale, les « candidats adultes » sont
   ceux qui ne possèdent pas les exigences normales           Candidat autochtone canadien : les droits
   d’admission mais qui ont d’autres qualités (par            ancestraux et issus de traités des peuples
   exemple, un certain âge ou une expérience                  autochtones du Canada sont reconnus et affirmés
   professionnelle pertinente) qui les préparent à des        par la Loi constitutionnelle de 1867 et celle de 1982
   études universitaires.                                     (article 35). L’alinéa 35(2) précise que les peuples
                                                              autochtones du Canada comprennent les Première
5. Adresse postale : toute correspondance de la               Nation, les Inuit et les Métis.
   part du Centre sera envoyée à cette adresse.
                                                              En vertu de la définition ci-haut, les candidates
   Adresse du domicile : indiquer cette adresse si            et les candidats peuvent s’auto-identifier en
   elle diffère de l’adresse postale.                         tant que tel, en répondant « Oui » à la question.
                                                              De plus, elles ou ils peuvent préciser davantage
   Étant donné que des documents seront envoyés               leur appartenance (Première Nation, Métis ou
   aux candidates et aux candidats durant l’été,              Inuit). Si la définition ci-haut ne s’applique pas,
   s’assurer d’aviser le Centre de toute modification à       ou si la candidate ou le candidat ne souhaite pas
   leur adresse postale pendant cette période.


                         OUAC 105 Trousse d’admission aux programmes de premier cycle                             31
                                      aux universités de l’Ontario – 2012
                                                                                                                                                                    NUMÉRO DE RÉFÉRENCE OUAC
       DEMANDE D’ADMISSION                                                                 À RETOURNER AU :
                                                                                           CENTRE DE DEMANDE D’ADMISSION AUX
       À UNE UNIVERSITÉ
                                                                                                                                                                         1
                                                                                           UNIVERSITÉS DE L’ONTARIO
       DE L’ONTARIO                                                                        170 RESEARCH LANE
                                                                                           GUELPH ON N1G 5E2 CANADA
       CANDIDAT(E)S QUI NE FRÉQUENTENT PAS
       UNE ÉCOLE SECONDAIRE DE L’ONTARIO                                                   OUAC 105                                                         NUMÉRO À CITER DANS TOUTE CORRESPONDANCE



         2                              NOM LÉGAL/NOM DE FAMILLE                                                                                       PRÉNOMS



                   3       NOM LÉGAL/NOM DE FAMILLE ANTÉRIEUR (s’il y a lieu)                                                                     PRÉNOM USUEL
             M.          MME.                                                                                                                                   AN                       MOIS             JOUR

     AUTRE
             MLLE
                                                     1
                                                             4
                                                             OUI       2       NON                            MASCULIN              FÉMININ

     (PRÉCISER)                                 DEMANDE À TITRE DE CANDIDAT(E) ADULTE?                                  SEXE                                            DATE DE NAISSANCE
                       APP.                No ET RUE                                                                                                                        INDIC. RÉG. ET No DE TÉLÉPHONE


     ADRESSE
                                5
     POSTALE           VILLE                                                    PROVINCE                      PAYS                                                          CODE POSTAL



 ADRESSE DU APP.                            No ET RUE                                                                                                                       INDIC. RÉG. ET No DE TÉLÉPHONE
  DOMICILE
         LA MÊME
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                       VILLE                                                    PROVINCE                      PAYS                                                          CODE POSTAL
         L’ADRESSE
         POSTALE



                                                                                                                                                                            INDIC. RÉG. ET AUTRE No DE TÉL.
   ADRESSE
 ÉLÉCTRONIQUE
                                6
     0                                      3                                                         SI NÉ HORS CANADA,                CÉLIBATAIRE,
                  CITOYEN CANADIEN                 AUTRE (PRÉCISER)                                                             1       DIVORCÉ,        1       ANGLAIS            1       ANGLAIS
                                                                                                       DATE D’ENTRÉE AU

                                                                                                                                              8
                  RÉSIDENT PERMANENT                                                                                                    VEUF
     1                                                                                                      CANADA                                      2       FRANÇAIS
                  (IMMIGRANT REÇU)
                                                                                                                                        MARIÉ,
     2            PERMIS D’ÉTUDES                                                                                               2       SÉPARÉ          3       AUTRE              2       FRANÇAIS

                           STATUT AU CANADA                                     7
                                                                        PAYS DE CITOYENNETÉ           ANNÉE          MOIS            ÉTAT CIVIL        LANGUE MATERNELLE         LANGUE DE CORRESPONDANCE

      ÊTES-VOUS UN(E) CANDIDAT(E) AUTOCHTONE? (DÉCLARATION VOLONTAIRE) OUI                            VEUILLEZ PRÉCISER :      PREMIÈRE NATION              MÉTIS          INUIT




                                                           CHOIX D’UNIVERSITÉS ET DE PROGRAMMES D’ÉTUDES
     CHOIX 1 À 3 – 130 $
                     CODE                                                                                                                                               TEMPS    ANNÉE        ANNÉE     RENSEIGNEMENTS




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                                                                                                                                    DOMAINE        CODE DATE PRÉVUE C0MPLET       DE LA   D’INSCRIPTION    SUR LES
     CHOIX        UNIVERSITÉS COOP     NOM DE L’UNIVERSITÉ (ET DU COLLÈGE S’IL Y A LIEU)          TITRE DU PROGRAMME                                                            DEMANDE PRÉCÉDENTE RÉSIDENCES
                  PROGRAMMES                                                                                                        D’INTÉRÊT      ANNÉE D’INSCRIPTION TEMPS
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     TOUT CHOIX AU-DELÀ DES TROIS (3) PREMIERS – 42 $ (MAXIMUM DE TROIS CHOIX DE PROGRAMME PAR ÉTABLISSEMENT)
                     CODE                                                                                                                                               TEMPS    ANNÉE        ANNÉE     RENSEIGNEMENTS
                                                                                                                                    DOMAINE        CODE DATE PRÉVUE C0MPLET       DE LA   D’INSCRIPTION    SUR LES
     CHOIX        UNIVERSITÉS COOP     NOM DE L’UNIVERSITÉ (ET DU COLLÈGE S’IL Y A LIEU)          TITRE DU PROGRAMME                                                            DEMANDE PRÉCÉDENTE RÉSIDENCES
                  PROGRAMMES                                                                                                        D’INTÉRÊT      ANNÉE D’INSCRIPTION TEMPS
                                                                                                                                                                       PARTIEL PRÉCÉDENTE                   REQUIS

                                                                                                                                                                           T/C                                OUI
         4
                                                                                                                                                                           T/P                                NON

                                                                                                                                                                           T/C                                OUI
       5
                                                                                                                                                                           T/P                                NON

                                                                                                                                                                           T/C                                OUI
         6
                                                                                                                                                                           T/P                                NON

                                                                                                                                                                           T/C                                OUI
       7
                                                                                                                                                                           T/P                                NON

                                                                                                                                                                           T/C                                OUI
       8
                                                                                                                                                                           T/P                                NON

                                             NE PAS ENVOYER DE DOCUMENTS SCOLAIRES AVEC VOTRE DEMANDE D’ADMISSION.
                                      LES RELEVÉS DE NOTES OFFICIELS DOIVENT ÊTRE ACHEMINÉS AUX UNIVERSITÉS SUSMENTIONNÉES.
                                      ON PEUT DEMANDER UN RELEVÉ À UNE UNIVERSITÉ OU UN COLLÈGE DE L’ONTARIO EN REMPLISSANT
                                LE FORMULAIRE DE DEMANDE DE RELEVÉ DE NOTES QUI ACCOMPAGNE CE FORMULAIRE DE DEMANDE D’ADMISSION.




32                                                OUAC 105 Application for Admission to Undergraduate Programs
                                                                  at Ontario Universities – 2012
   s’identifier comme tel, il faut alors laisser le champ    programmes, l’option coop n’est pas offerte pour
   vide.                                                     le programme en question.

8. État civil : bien qu’il s’agisse d’un renseignement       Nom de l’université (et du collège s’il y a lieu) : le
   facultatif, le service de logement de certaines           nom de l’université/du collège où la candidate ou
   universités s’en sert pour placer les candidates et       le candidat fait demande.
   les candidats dans des résidences appropriées à leur
   situation. Cette information sert également à des         Titre du programme : le nom du programme
   fins statistiques.                                        (ou de la faculté) qui correspond au choix de la
                                                             candidate ou du candidat.
Choix d’universités et de programmes
d’études                                                     Domaine d’intérêt : le domaine de spécialisation/
                                                             concentration du programme que la candidate ou
9. Les droits de demande de 130 $ (additionné de             le candidat souhaite suivre. Certains programmes
   10 $ de frais d’administration internationaux, si         proposent un choix de domaines d’intérêt, d’autres
   l’adresse postale se situe à l’extérieur du Canada)       non.
   assurent le traitement de trois choix d’université ou
   de programme. Des droits de service de 42 $ sont          Code année
   exigés pour tout choix additionnel au-delà de ces         « 0 » programme de type pré-universitaire ou
   trois premiers, ainsi que les droits supplémentaires/           préliminaire
   d’évaluation pouvant s’appliquer.                         « 1 » amorcer ses études à la première année
                                                                   d’un programme de premier cycle
   Les candidates et les candidats peuvent faire             « 2 » obtenir des équivalences (après la première
   demande à autant de programmes/universités de                   année) pour le programme universitaire
   l’Ontario qu’elles ou ils le souhaitent; toutefois,             sélectionné
   elles ou ils peuvent faire demande à un maximum
   de trois choix de programme à une université              Date prévue d’inscription
   donnée (y compris ses établissements affiliés).           « W » rentrée de janvier/février 2012
   Certains établissements peuvent limiter davantage         « S » rentrée d’avril/mai 2012
   le nombre de programmes auxquels les candidates           « A » rentrée de juillet 2012
   et les candidats peuvent faire demande. Pour              « F » rentrée de septembre 2012
   plus d’information, consulter les pages consacrées
   aux universités, ou bien communiquer avec les             Toutes les rentrées ne sont pas nécessairement
   établissements en question.                               offertes par toutes les universités. Consulter les
                                                             sections consacrées aux conditions d’admission des
   S’il manque d’espace pour inscrire tous ses choix,        universités en question afin de déterminer quelles
   photocopier le recto du formulaire. Ne remplir que        rentrées sont disponibles pour les programmes
   la section « Choix d’universités et de programmes         choisis.
   d’études » sur la photocopie. Joindre la photocopie
   de manière sécuritaire à l’original. Inclure les droits   Temps complet/Temps partiel : ces champs
   de service pour tous les choix additionnels, les          correspondent au nombre de cours/crédits auxquels
   droits supplémentaires/d’évaluation, ainsi que les        la candidate ou le candidat désire s’inscrire; la
   frais pour les relevés de notes pouvant s’appliquer,      détermination du nombre de cours qui constitue
   dans le montant total à payer au Centre.                  le temps complet ou temps partiel varie d’une
                                                             université à l’autre. Vérifier la disponibilité de ces
   Code université/programme : les codes de                  régimes auprès des universités ou des programmes
   deux ou trois lettres indiquant les programmes            en question et préciser :
   universitaires qui intéressent la candidate ou            « T/C » temps complet
   le candidat. Consulter la liste de codes des              « T/P » temps partiel
   programmes universitaires dans la présente
   publication.                                              Année de la demande précédente : indiquer
                                                             l’année de toute demande d’admission antérieure
   Programmes d’études coopératives : mode                   à cet établissement. Si une demande à cet
   d’éducation ou de formation qui permet à                  établissement n’a jamais été formulée, laisser
   l’étudiant d’obtenir des crédits et d’acquérir            l’espace vide.
   également une expérience pratique du milieu de
   travail. Si la rubrique est omise dans la liste des


                         OUAC 105 Trousse d’admission aux programmes de premier cycle                           33
                                      aux universités de l’Ontario – 2012
       DERNIÈRE ÉCOLE SECONDAIRE FRÉQUENTÉE OU FRÉQUENTÉE ACTUELLEMENT                                                                                                                                                                                        NIVEAU                    DIPLÔME
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             SCOLAIRE                   OBTENU
      De :           AN             MOIS           Nom de l’école

     À:
        10AN                        MOIS           Adresse de l’école

        AVEZ-VOUS ÉCRIT, OU COMPTEZ-VOUS ÉCRIRE AVANT JUIN DE L’ANNÉE EN COURS, UN TEST DE NIVEAU AVANCÉ (AP)?                                                                                                                               1           OUI       2          NON



        TOUS LES ÉTABLISSEMENTS POSTSECONDAIRES FRÉQUENTÉS, COLLÈGES ET UNIVERSITÉS COMPRIS
                                                                                                                                                                   NIVEAU                                                                                                        TYPE DE
                                            NOM ET LIEU DE L’ÉTABLISSEMENT                                                                                        SCOLAIRE                                 PROGRAMME D’ÉTUDES
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             DIPLÔME/GRADE

      DE :
              11     AN             MOIS

      À:             AN             MOIS                                                                                                                      DURÉE DU DIPLÔME/GRADE (0-5 ANS)                                             0         1         2         3          4         5

      STATUT DU DIPLÔME/GRADE :                             OBTENU                           PRÉVU                         NON PRÉVU                           DATE DIPLÔME/GRADE OBTENU OU PRÉVU                                         AN       MOIS
                                                                                                                                                                   NIVEAU                                                                                                        TYPE DE
                                            NOM ET LIEU DE L’ÉTABLISSEMENT                                                                                        SCOLAIRE                                 PROGRAMME D’ÉTUDES                                                DIPLÔME/GRADE

      DE :           AN             MOIS

      À:             AN             MOIS                                                                                                                      DURÉE DU DIPLÔME/GRADE (0-5 ANS)                                             0         1         2         3          4         5

      STATUT DU DIPLÔME/GRADE :                             OBTENU                           PRÉVU                         NON PRÉVU                           DATE DIPLÔME/GRADE OBTENU OU PRÉVU                                         AN       MOIS


      NOMBRE D’ANNÉES DANS UN
      SYSTÈME SCOLAIRE DU CANADA                    12                      NOMBRE D’ANNÉES DANS UN SYSTÈME
                                                                            SCOLAIRE DE LANGUE ANGLAISE
                                                                                                                                                                                     VEUILLEZ PRÉCISER L’ENDROIT SI L’ÉCOLE N’ÉTAIT PAS AU CANADA




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      15
      AVEZ-VOUS L’INTENTION DE                                     SI VOUS DÉSIREZ AUTORISER UNE PERSONNE À SIGNER DES
      FAIRE UNE DEMANDE D’AIDE                                     DOCUMENTS PERTINENTS AUX ADMISSIONS EN VOTRE NOM,                                               CODE PERMANENT DU CÉGEP (QUÉBEC)
      FINANCIÈRE AUPRÈS DU
                          13
      RÉGIME D’AIDE FINANCIÈRE
                               1                         OUI       VEUILLEZ REMPLIR CETTE SECTION


                                                                                               14
                                                                                                                                                                    EN FOURNISSANT VOTRE CODE PERMANENT DU CÉGEP, VOUS AUTORISEZ LA COLLECTION DE VOS DONNÉES
      AUX ÉTUDIANTS DE         2                         NON NOM
                                                                                                                                                                    SCOLAIRES DE CRÉPUQ PAR LE CENTRE ET LE TRANSFERT DE CES DONNÉES AUX UNIVERSITÉS ONTARIENNES
      L’ONTARIO (RAFEO)?                                           RELATION                                                                                         QUE VOUS AVEZ SÉLECTIONNÉS SUR VOTRE DEMANDE D’ADMISSION.


        INDIQUEZ VOS ACTIVITÉS LORSQUE VOUS N’ÉTIEZ PAS AUX ÉTUDES À TEMPS COMPLET
                                                                                OCCUPATION OU GENRE D’EMPLOI                                                                                                NOM DE L’EMPLOYEUR (S’IL Y A LIEU)

      De :           AN             MOIS

      À:      16
               AN                   MOIS

      De :           AN             MOIS

      À:             AN             MOIS

                            Déclaration et avis de collecte, d’utilisation, de divulgation et de traitement de renseignements personnels fournis dans le cadre de votre demande d’admission à un ou plus d’un programme universitaire de premier cycle de l’Ontario (105)
 Le Centre de demande d’admission aux universités de l’Ontario (« le Centre » ) est exploité par le Conseil des universités de l’Ontario (CUO). À titre de division du CUO, le Centre traite depuis 1971 les demandes d’admission aux programmes de premier cycle et à ceux ne menant pas à un




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 grade, pour le compte des universités en Ontario. Pour faire demande à une université de l’Ontario, votre demande d’admission doit être traitée par le Centre, lequel achemine les renseignements relatifs à cette dernière aux universités de votre choix. En faisant demande par le biais du Centre,
 vous acceptez que l’université (ou les universités) de votre choix reçoive(nt) les renseignements personnels que vous avez fournis au Centre, lequel recueille, utilise, divulgue et traite vos renseignements personnels, tel qu’il est stipulé dans la présente déclaration et avis.




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 Les renseignements personnels devant être fournis dans la présente demande d’admission sont exigés par le Centre et par l’université ou les universités dans le cadre de votre demande d’admission et doivent être communiqués au moment du règlement de vos droits d’admission. Les demandes
 d’admission incomplètes ne seront pas prises en considération. Les universités peuvent exiger de votre part des renseignements personnels additionnels dans le but de compléter votre demande d’admission, et elles peuvent utiliser et divulguer vos renseignements personnels à d’autres fins
 conformément à leurs propres pratiques en matière de l’admission et de renseignements personnels et de vie privée. Par exemple, certains programmes universitaires (p. ex., Soins infirmiers) peuvent exiger que vous leur fournissiez des renseignements, le cas échéant, sur tout dossier criminel
 à votre actif. Les universités divulguent également les renseignements personnels aux organismes de réglementation, aux organismes d’application de la loi et à toute autre personne, tel qu’autorisé ou exigé par la loi.




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 Il vous incombe de vous assurer que les renseignements contenus dans votre demande d’admission et tous documents à l’appui soient véridiques, complets et exacts. Le Centre et les universités se réservent le droit de vérifier les renseignements fournis dans la demande d’admission. S’il est
 déterminé que tout renseignement relatif à votre demande d’admission est faux ou trompeur, a été dissimulé ou n’a pas été fourni, votre demande d’admission peut alors être jugée non valide, ce qui pourrait mener au refus ou à l’annulation de cette dernière ou de votre inscription à l’université.
 L’information relative au refus et à l’annulation de votre demande peut être partagée avec d’autres établissements universitaires ou collégiaux du Canada. Il est strictement à la discrétion du Centre ou de l’université ou des universités visées de déterminer si une demande d’admission contient
 des renseignements faux ou trompeurs ou si vous avez dissimulé ou omis sciemment de fournir des renseignements et avec lesquelles universités et lesquels collèges cette information peut être partagée.




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 Le Centre s’engage à protéger votre vie privée, en ce qui a trait aux renseignements personnels que vous fournissez à l’appui de votre demande d’admission. Les relevés de notes et les documents fournis à l’appui des demandes d’admission soumis au Centre ne sont pas retournés par ce
 dernier aux candidat(e)s ou acheminés à quelque tierce partie avant leur destruction à la fin de chaque cycle d’admission.




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 Le Centre conserve la version électronique actuelle (et historique) de votre (vos) demande(s) d’admission, conformément à la politique du Centre en matière de conservation des dossiers, et met en place des mécanismes de sécurité administratifs, techniques et physiques visant à protéger vos
 renseignements personnels contre l’accès, l’utilisation, la modification et la divulgation non autorisés. Le Centre assure la confidentialité de tous les renseignements personnels qu’il recueille relativement à la demande d’admission et ne divulgue ces derniers qu’aux seules fins stipulées dans
 la présente déclaration et avis. Le Centre conserve les dossiers électroniques dans des installations extérieures, tel que prévu dans le cadre de ses procédures de reprise en cas de sinistre. Vous assumez l’entière responsabilité de la sécurité et de la confidentialité de votre code d’accès, de
 vos renseignements d’entrée en communication et de tout autre renseignement relatif à votre inscription. Veuillez aviser immédiatement le Centre si vous soupçonnez tout accès, toute utilisation ou toute divulgation non autorisé.




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 Collecte de renseignements personnels : Le Centre recueille les renseignements personnels que vous fournissez dans votre formulaire de demande, ou en référence à votre demande, aux fins de traitement de votre demande d’admission, ou en référence à votre demande, pour le compte
 de l’université ou des universités de votre choix et, si vous formulez une demande de prêt étudiant, pour le compte du Régime d’aide financière aux étudiants de l’Ontario (RAFEO). • Le Centre recueille, à votre demande, des données scolaires à votre sujet auprès du ministère de l’Éducation
 et de la Formation de la Colombie-Britannique, des cégeps du Québec, ou des collèges et universités de l’Ontario, tout dépendant de l’établissement où vous êtes/étiez inscrit(e). • Le Centre peut effectuer la collecte des renseignements relatifs à votre statut d’autochtone au Canada, si vous
 les fournissez. Ces renseignements ne sont pas obligatoires. Par contre, si vous les fournissez, le Centre les achemine à l’université ou aux universités de votre choix, afin de permettre à cette dernière (ou à ces dernières) de vous renseigner quant aux programmes et aux services particuliers
 offerts aux étudiantes et aux étudiants autochtones du Canada. • Le Centre peut effectuer la collecte des renseignements relatifs à votre statut d'étudiante ou d'étudiant de première génération, si vous les fournissez. Ces renseignements ne sont pas obligatoires. Par contre, si vous les fournissez,
 le Centre les achemine à l'université ou aux universités de votre choix, afin de permettre à cette dernière (ou à ces dernières) de vous renseigner quant aux programmes et aux services particuliers offerts aux étudiantes et aux étudiants de première génération.• Le Centre recueille les
 renseignements relatifs au règlement des droits, auprès de vous (ou de toute autre personne qui se charge de régler les droits relatifs à la présente demande), aux fins de traitement du règlement de votre demande d’admission. • Lorsque vous êtes accepté(e) et que vous vous inscrivez à une
 université ontarienne, cette dernière fait parvenir l’information relative à votre inscription et au programme auquel vous vous inscrivez au ministère de la Formation et des Collèges et Universités (MFCU). À son tour, le Centre recueille cette information au sujet de votre inscription auprès du
 MFCU.
 Utilisation de renseignements personnels : Le Centre compile et traite votre demande d’admission et votre paiement. • Le Centre utilise les renseignements personnels provenant de toutes les demandes d’admission de premier cycle pour créer des données agrégées non identifiables sur
 le plan personnel, à l’usage du public (par le biais du site Web du Centre); des ministères gouvernementaux (MCFU et ministère de l’Éducation de l’Ontario); du CUO; des universités et des collèges de l’Ontario; du Service d’admission des collèges de l’Ontario (SACO); ainsi que des chercheurs
 en milieu universitaire (à la discrétion du Centre), à des fins d’élaboration de politiques en matière d’admission, d’inscription, et autres, et de recherche. • Le Centre utilise les renseignements personnels obtenus du MFCU relativement aux inscriptions universitaires pour créer des données
 agrégées non identifiables sur le plan personnel, à l’usage des ministères gouvernementaux (MCFU et ministère de l’Éducation de l’Ontario); du CUO; des universités et des collèges de l’Ontario; du SACO; ainsi que des chercheurs en milieu universitaire (à la discrétion du Centre), à des fins
 d’élaboration de politiques (en matière d’admission, d’inscription, et autres), et à des fins de recherche. • Si vous avez exigé des relevés de notes électroniques d’une université ontarienne, ou d’un collège ontarien, dans le cadre de votre demande d’admission, le Centre peut alors utiliser vos
 renseignements personnels à cette dernière, dans le but de faciliter le traitement de votre demande.
 Divulgation de renseignements personnels : Le Centre divulgue les renseignements contenus dans votre demande d’admission à l’université ou aux universités de votre choix. • Si une tierce partie qui assure le paiement de la présente demande a des questions relativement au règlement
 de votre demande d’admission, le Centre divulgue alors les renseignements personnels nécessaires à votre égard afin d’y répondre. • Si vous avez fait demande à un programme conjoint ou de collaboration entre universités ou entre une université et un collège, le Centre divulgue les
 renseignements contenus dans votre demande d’admission au(x) collège(s) ou université(s) ontarien(ne)s partenaires pertinent(e)s. • Si vous avez indiqué que vous comptez faire une demande de prêt étudiant, le Centre divulgue alors vos renseignements personnels au RAFEO. • Le Centre
 divulgue vos renseignements scolaires et tout renseignement fourni dans la cadre de votre demande d’admission, confirmation et votre inscription sous forme de données agrégées non identifiables sur le plan personnel aux universités à des fins d’élaboration politiques (en matière d’admissions,
 d’inscription, et autres) et à des fins de recherche. • Le Centre divulgue les renseignements personnels de toutes les demandes d’admission à l’université, sous forme de données agrégées non identifiables au public (par le biais du site Web du Centre); aux ministères gouvernementaux (MCFU,
 et ministère de l’Éducation de l’Ontario); au CUO; aux universités et collèges de l’Ontario; au SACO; ainsi qu’aux chercheurs en milieu universitaire (à la discrétion du Centre), à des fins d’élaboration de politiques (en matière d’admission, d’inscription, et autres), et à des fins de recherche. • Le
 Centre peut divulguer vos renseignements personnels aux organismes de réglementation, aux organismes d’application de la loi et à toute autre personne, tel qu’autorisé ou exigé par la loi. • Si vous avez exigé des relevés de notes électroniques d’une université ontarienne ou d’un collège
 ontarien, dans le cadre de votre demande d’admission, le Centre peut alors divulguer vos renseignements personnels à cette dernière, dans le but de faciliter le traitement de votre demande.
 Pour plus d’information sur la collecte, l’utilisation, la divulgation et le traitement de vos renseignements personnels par le Centre, veuillez consulter le Code de protection des renseignements personnels du Centre à l’adresse http://centre.ouac.on.ca/privacy/ ou bien communiquez avec le
 responsable de la vie privée du Centre, par courriel à l’adresse privacyofficer@ouac.on.ca, par téléphone au 519-823-1940, ou par écrit au 170 Research Lane, Guelph, Ontario, N1G 5E2.
 Les candidat(e)s doivent consentir aux dispositions relatives aux renseignements personnels prévues dans l’énoncé « Déclaration et avis de collecte, d’utilisation, de divulgation et de traitement de renseignements personnels fournis dans le cadre de votre demande d’admission à un ou plus
 d’un programme universitaire de premier cycle de l’Ontario (105) » et ils doivent accepter la déclaration suivante :
 Je certifie que les renseignements personnels et les documents soumis avec la présente demande, ou devant être soumis ultérieurement (lesquels constituent ma demande complète) sont véridiques, complets et exacts à tous les égards, y compris mes déclarations relatives à ma citoyenneté
 et à mon statut d’immigrant au Canada, et que tous les renseignements exigés dans le cadre de cette demande ont été divulgués. Je reconnais qu’il est de ma responsabilité de tenir le Centre, ainsi que l’université (ou les universités) à laquelle (ou auxquelles) j’ai fait demande ou je m’inscris,
 au fait de toute modification aux renseignements contenus dans ma demande d’admission et dans mes documents en appui à cette dernière, et j’accepte de le faire par écrit dès que lesdites modifications effectuées.


      SIGNATURE DU/DE LA CANDIDAT(E)
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     VEUILLEZ NOTER QUE LES DROITS ADMINISTRATIFS ET LES DROITS DE SERVICE POUR LES RELEVÉS DE NOTES, LES CHOIX ADDITIONNELS ET/OU LES DROITS SUPPLÉMENTAIRES/D’ÉVALUATION DOIVENT ACCOMPAGNER CE FORMULAIRE.
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34                                                             OUAC 105 Application for Admission to Undergraduate Programs
                                                                               at Ontario Universities – 2012
   Année d’inscription précédente : indiquer                   Établissements postsecondaires
   l’année de toute inscription antérieure à cet               fréquentés antérieurement ou
   établissement. Si la candidate ou le candidat n’a
   jamais été inscrit(e) à cet établissement, laisser
                                                               actuellement
   l’espace vide.
                                                               11. Si la candidate ou le candidat a fréquenté un
                                                                   établissement postsecondaire, c’est-à-dire une
   Renseignements sur les résidences requis : les
                                                                   université, un collège ou autre établissement
   candidates et les candidats doivent indiquer « Oui »
                                                                   postsecondaire, fournir ces renseignements.
   ou « Non », selon le cas. Certaines universités
   utilisent cette information pour déterminer si
                                                                  De : date de début des études à cet établissement
   elles doivent envoyer un formulaire de demande
                                                                  postsecondaire (mois et année).
   de résidence avec leur offre d’admission, alors
   que d’autres peuvent exiger que la candidate ou
                                                                  À : date de fin (passée ou à venir) des études à cet
   le candidat réponde « Oui » afin d’évaluer son
                                                                  établissement postsecondaire (mois et année).
   admissibilité en matière de résidence.
                                                                  Nom et lieu de l’établissement : nom complet
Dernières écoles secondaires fréquentées                          et adresse (y compris la ville, la province ou l’état
                                                                  et le pays) de cet établissement postsecondaire.
10. De : date à laquelle la candidate ou le candidat a            Inclure l’adresse municipale, si elle est connue.
    commencé ses études à cette école secondaire ou à
    cet établissement (mois et année).                            Niveau scolaire : dernière année d’études
                                                                  achevée à cet établissement postsecondaire. Si la
   À : date à laquelle la candidate ou le candidat a              candidate ou le candidat fréquente actuellement
   terminé ou terminera ses études à cette école                  cet établissement, donner le niveau d’études actuel.
   secondaire ou à cet établissement (mois et année).
   Ceci comprend celles et ceux qui fréquentent                   Programmes d’études : programme préalablement
   actuellement l’établissement en question.                      ou actuellement suivi à cet établissement
                                                                  postsecondaire. Indiquer seulement le programme,
   Nom et lieu de l’école : nom complet et adresse                et non le titre des cours individuels offerts dans
   (y compris la ville, la province ou l’état et le pays) de      le cadre du programme auquel la candidate et le
   l’école secondaire/établissement. Inclure l’adresse            candidat était ou est inscrit(e) à cet établissement
   municipale, si elle est connue.                                (par exemple, Français, et non FRA01A; Ordinateurs,
                                                                  et non Lotus 123).
   Niveau scolaire : dernière année d’études
   achevée ou en cours à cette école secondaire/cet               Type de diplôme/grade : Si la candidate ou le
   établissement.                                                 candidat a obtenu un diplôme ou un grade à cet
                                                                  établissement, l’inscrire ici ainsi que toute version
   Diplôme obtenu : si la candidate ou le candidat                abrégée courante de ce dernier (par exemple,
   a obtenu un diplôme à cette école secondaire/cet               Baccalauréat ès sciences [B.Sc.], Baccalauréat ès arts
   établissement, en indiquant le titre complet ici,              [B.A.], Baccalauréat international [B.I.]).
   ainsi que toute version abrégée courante de ce
   dernier (par exemple, diplôme d’études secondaires             Durée du diplôme/grade : par exemple, diplôme
   de l’Ontario [DESO]).                                          de deux ans, B.Sc. de quatre ans, etc.

   Les candidates et les candidats qui suivent                    Statut du diplôme/grade : Préciser si le diplôme/
   actuellement ou ont suivi un programme menant                  grade a été obtenu ou si la candidate ou le candidat
   au Baccalauréat international (BI) doivent indiquer            prévoit l’obtenir ou non.
   si elles ou ils ont reçu ou recevront le certificat ou
   le diplôme.                                                    Date à laquelle le diplôme/grade est attendu
                                                                  ou a été obtenu : date à laquelle le diplôme ou le
   Question sur le test de niveau avancé (AP) :                   grade a été ou sera obtenu.
   la candidate ou le candidat doit préciser si elle ou
   il a écrit, ou si elle ou il compte écrire, avant juin      12. Indiquer le total du Nombre d’années d’études
   de l’année scolaire en cours, un test de niveau                 dans un système scolaire au Canada. Le chiffre
   avancé (AP). Les examens AP sont administrés aux                inscrit doit correspondre au total des années dans
   États-Unis d’Amérique par le College Board.                     les écoles élémentaires et secondaires de langue



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     française (ou anglaise pour étudiants anglophones)         Être le plus bref possible. Voici un exemple :
     au Canada. Il n’est pas nécessaire de compter
     les années de la maternelle et la pré-maternelle.          Occupation/                    Employeur
     Inclure l’année en cours, s’il y a lieu.                   genre d’emploi                 (s’il y a lieu)
                                                                Caissier                       Zellers
     Indiquer le total du Nombre d’années dans un
     système scolaire de langue anglaise hors                   S’il manque d’espace, prière de photocopier cette
     Canada. Le chiffre inscrit doit correspondre               section et de joindre la photocopie à la demande.
     au nombre d’années d’études dans des écoles
     élémentaires et secondaires de langue anglaise         17. La signature de la candidate ou du candidat
     hors Canada. Il n’est pas nécessaire de compter            est essentielle. Tout formulaire non signé qui
     les années de la maternelle et la pré-maternelle.          parvient au Centre sera retourné à la candidate ou
     Inclure l’année en cours, s’il y a lieu.                   au candidat sans avoir été traité. Lire attentivement
                                                                la « Déclaration et avis de collecte, d’utilisation, de
     Si la candidate ou le candidat a étudié dans une           divulgation et de traitement de renseignements
     école de langue française ou anglaise à l’extérieur        personnels » imprimée au-dessus de la signature du
     du Canada, inscrire le nom du pays dans la case            candidat ou de la candidate.
     appropriée.
                                                                Nota : toute candidate ou tout candidat doit
     Les renseignements fournis dans cette section (ainsi       remplir la Fiche de paiement comprise dans la
     que la langue maternelle) seront utilisés par les          trousse de demande.
     universités afin de déterminer si des renseignements
     additionnels au sujet des compétences linguistiques
     de la candidate ou du candidat sont nécessaires
     afin de mieux évaluer sa candidature.

13. RAFEO : ces renseignements sont collectés au nom
    du RAFEO et peuvent être éventuellement partagés
    avec les bureaux d’aide financière des universités.
    Les candidates et les candidats qui souhaitent
    obtenir une aide financière du RAFEO doivent
    formuler une demande auprès de cet organisme.

14. Contact : la candidate ou le candidat peut choisir
    d’autoriser une personne autre qu’elle-même ou
    que lui-même de signer en son nom des documents
    pertinents au processus d’admission. Pour désigner
    une telle personne, fournir son nom au complet et
    sa relation avec la candidate ou le candidat. À noter
    que seul la candidate ou le candidat est habilité(e)
    à obtenir des renseignements relatifs à sa demande
    d’admission.

15. Cégep : inscrire son Code permanent au cégep si la
    candidate ou le candidat a fréquenté un cégep ou
    en fréquente un présentement.

16. Activités : la candidate ou le candidat doit
    énumérer ses activités lorsqu’elle ou il n’était pas
    étudiant(e) à temps complet. Inscrire la date de
    début de l’activité et sa date de fin (actuelle ou
    passée). Donner une brève description de ses tâches
    ainsi que le nom de l’entreprise, de l’employeur, ou
    de l’organisme au sein duquel cette activité s’est
    déroulée, s’il y a lieu.




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Collaborative University and College Programs
Programmes conjoints des universités et collèges
The following is a summary of the joint programs
that will be offered for the 2012–2013 cycle by the          Legend
universities of Ontario in collaboration with the            n Apply through the OUAC
colleges. Note that some of these programs are not           u Apply through OCAS
open to international applicants; contact the university     t Apply through OUAC or OCAS
for information.                                             l Apply through OUAC and OCAS
                                                             s Some postsecondary studies required
Each institution defines its own procedures for applying
to these programs. The following chart provides an           Légende
overview of the available programs and indicates the         n Faire demande auprès du OUAC
application centre through which the application is to       u Faire demande auprès du SACO
be made.                                                     t Faire demande auprès du OUAC
                                                                 ou du SACO
Applicants should address questions concerning the           l Faire demande auprès du OUAC et du SACO
programs or procedures for admission to the university       s Des études postsecondaires sont exigées
in which they are interested.
                                                           Brock University
La section qui suit donne un aperçu des divers
programmes conjoints qui seront offerts en 2012–2013
par les universités de l’Ontario en collaboration avec     Brock University has a significant number of
les collèges de la province. Certains de ces programmes    articulation agreements, as well as collaborative
ne sont pas ouverts aux candidats internationaux;          programs. For details please refer to www.brocku.ca/
communiquer avec les universités pour plus de              registrar/admissions/articulation-agreements.
renseignements.

Chaque université définit ses propres procédures           Carleton University
relatives aux demandes à ces programmes. Le tableau
qui suit donne un aperçu de ces programmes et indique      Collaborative Programs with Algonquin College
à quel centre la demande doit être faite.                  CIM Bachelor of Information Technology –
                                                                 Interactive Multimedia & Design n
Si vous avez des questions, veuillez communiquer           CIN   Bachelor of Information Technology – Network
directement avec l’université qui vous intéresse.                Technology n
Contact/Contactez :

Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC)            University of Guelph
Centre de demande d’admission
aux universités de l’Ontario (OUAC)                        Collaborative Programs with Humber Institute of
170 Research Lane                                          Technology and Advanced Learning
Guelph ON N1G 5E2                                          All programs are delivered at the University of
Tel/Tél. : 519-823-1063                                    Guelph-Humber campus in North Toronto.
Fax/Téléc. : 519-823-5232                                  GMT Media Studies and a Diploma in Media
www.ouac.on.ca                                                   Communications with an area of emphasis in
http://centre.ouac.on.ca                                         Digital Communications, Image Arts, Journalism
                                                                 or Public Relations n
Ontario College Application Services (OCAS)                GDB Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
Service d’admission aux collèges de l’Ontario (SACO)             Business Administration and Diploma in
60 Corporate Court                                               Business Administration n
Guelph ON N1G 5J3                                          GHE Bachelor of Applied Science (BASc) Early
Tel/Tél. : 519-763-4725                                          Childhood and Diploma in Early Childhood
Fax/Téléc. : 519-763-4866                                        Education n
www.ontariocolleges.ca

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GHF Bachelor of Applied Science (BASc) Family &          Collaborative Program with Sault College
    Community Social Services and Social Service         u     Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN)
    Workers’ Diploma n
GMP Bachelor of Applied Science (BASc) Justice
    Studies and Diploma in Police Foundations or
    Community and Justice Services n                     McMaster University
GHK Bachelor of Applied Science (BASc) Kinesiology
    and Diploma in Fitness & Health Promotion n          Collaborative Program with Conestoga College
GMA Bachelor of Applied Science (BASc) Psychology        u     Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN)
    and Diploma in General Arts & Science n
                                                         Collaborative Programs with Mohawk College
                                                         u     Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN)
                                                         MRS Bachelor of Science in Medical Radiation
Lakehead University                                            Sciences (BSc) & Diploma in Medical Radiation
                                                               Technology n
Collaborative Program with Confederation                 MET BTech – Degree Completion Program
College                                                        (BTech) ns
AN    Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) n            MBT BTech I (BTech) n

Note: The recommended deadline for our Nursing
program is February 6, 2012. Late applications will
be considered on an individual basis. Please contact     Nipissing University
the Office of Admissions and Recruitment for more
information.                                             Collaborative Programs with Canadore College
                                                         PAJ   Bachelor of Arts Honours in Criminal
                                                               Justice ns Community and Justice Services;
                                                               Law Clerk; Police Foundations
Laurentian University
                                                         Collaborative Programs with Canadore College
Collaborative Programs with Georgian College             PSN Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) n
LGA BA (Honours) in English/History/Political Science/
      Sociology/Psychology n
LGC BA (General) in English/History/Political Science/
      Psychology/Sociology n                             University of Ottawa/
LGK Business Administration n                            Université d’Ottawa
LGO BA (General) (Orillia Campus) in Law & Justice/
      Psychology/Sociology n                             Collaborative Programs with Algonquin College,
LGQ BA (Honours) (Orillia Campus) in Law & Justice/      Woodroffe Campus
      Psychology/Sociology n                             ONA Four years – Bachelor of Science in Nursing n
LLG   Social Work (Orillia Campus) n                     OWY Four and a half years – Baccalaureate in
                                                               Journalism t
Collaborative Program with the Michener                  OPA Four and a half years – Bachelor in Public
Institute                                                      Relations sn
LRS    Radiation Therapy n
                                                         Collaborative Program with Algonquin College,
Collaborative Programs with St. Lawrence                 Pembroke Campus
College                                                  OWC Four years – Bachelor of Science in Nursing n
u     Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN)
      St. Lawrence College – Brockville Campus           Collaborative Programs with la Cité collégiale
      St. Lawrence College – Cornwall Campus             (Ontario)
      St. Lawrence College – Kingston Campus             ONF Quatre ans – Baccalauréat ès sciences
u     Business Administration – Kingston Campus                infirmières n
                                                         OXH Quatre ans et demi – Baccalauréat en
Collaborative Program with Cambrian College                    journalisme t
u     Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN)              OPR Quatre ans et demi – Baccalauréat en relations
                                                               publiques et communications sn
Collaborative Program with Northern College
u     Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN)


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Collaborative Programs with le Collège                  Collaborative Programs with Loyalist College
universitaire de Saint-Boniface (Manitoba)              RAJ   Honours Bachelor of Arts in Journalism n
ONT Quatre ans – Baccalauréat ès sciences               RSJ   Honours Bachelor of Science in Journalism n
      infirmières n (admission en 4e année seulement)


                                                        University of Ontario
Ryerson University                                      Institute of Technology (UOIT)
Collaborative Program with Centennial College           Collaborative Programs with Durham College
SNN Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) t             DHN Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Honours) (BScN
                                                              [Hons]) n
Collaborative Program with George Brown                 DHR Post RPN (working toward an honours BScN
College                                                       degree) n
SNG Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) t
                                                        Collaborative Programs with Durham College
                                                        and Georgian College
University of Toronto                                   DHB Post RPN (working toward an Honours BScN
                                                              degree) n
University of Toronto St. George Campus
Collaborative Programs with the Michener Institute
TRN Medical Radiation Sciences: Nuclear Medicine        University of Waterloo
      Technology ns
TRS   Medical Radiation Sciences: Radiological          Collaborative Program with Niagara College
      Technology ns                                     WER Bachelor of Environmental Studies in
TRT   Medical Radiation Sciences: Radiation                   Environment & Resource Studies and
      Therapy ns                                              Certificate in Environmental Management,
                                                              in Environmental Assessment or in Ecosystem
University of Toronto Mississauga Collaborative               Restoration n
Programs with Sheridan College Institute of
Technology and Advanced Learning
TMC Communication, Culture & Information
      Technology n                                      The University of Western Ontario
TMT Theatre & Drama n
TEV Visual Studies n                                    Collaborative Programs with Fanshawe College
                                                        ENW Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) n
University of Toronto Scarborough Collaborative               Western site
Programs with Centennial College                        ENF Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) n
TSL   Applied Microbiology ns                                 Fanshawe site
TSP   Environmental Science & Technology ns             EIT   Media Theory & Production n
TSJ   Journalism n
TSI   Paramedicine n

                                                        Wilfrid Laurier University
Trent University                                        UOL   Honours Bachelor of Arts in Leadership with the
                                                              Post-Degree/Post-Diploma Certificate in Human
Collaborative Programs with Fleming College                   Resources Management n
RCN Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) n             UBI   Honours Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry &
u     Honours Bachelor of Science in Ecological               Biotechnology with Biotechnology Technician
      Restoration (BSc)                                       Diploma n
      Emphasis in Geographical Information Systems n*   UVJ   Honours Bachelor of Arts in Journalism with
      Emphasis in Museum Studies n*                           one of three, one-year graduate certificate
                                                              programs in Videography – Broadcast
*     Please refer to the Trent academic calendar for         Journalism/Documentary; Integrated Marketing
      information on the Emphasis programs.                   Communications; or New Media: Covergence n



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UFA    Honours Bachelor of Science in Computer
       Science & Software Engineering Technology
       Diploma n



York University
First-Year Entry and Upper-Year Entry

Joint Program with Sheridan College
YF     Design (Bachelor of Design) tu
       (Please note: Available for winter term)

Joint Program with Georgian College
YHF Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) tu
       (Please note: Available for winter term)

Joint Program with Seneca College
YHG Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) tu
       (Please note: Available for winter term)

Upper-Year Entry Only

Joint Program with Sir Sanford Fleming College
YEE Ecosystem Management (BES in Environmental
       Studies/Ecosystem Management Technologist
       Diploma) ls

Joint Program with Humber College
YEM International Project Management (BES in
       Environmental Studies/International Project
       Management Post-Diploma Certificate) ls

Joint Programs with Seneca College
YHM Rehabilitation Services (BA in Psychology/
       Certificate in Rehabilitation Services) n
YHN Rehabilitation Services (BSc in Psychology/
       Certificate in Rehabilitation Services) n
YEU Urban Sustainability (BES in Environmental
       Studies/Diploma in Civil Engineering
       Technology) ls
YBR Radio & Television Broadcasting (Broadcast
       Journalism, Radio Broadcasting, Television
       Broadcasting) ls
YBR Creative Advertising Diploma (BA in
       Communication Arts) ls

Joint Programs with Centennial College
YBR Book & Magazine Publishing (BA in
       Communication Arts) ls




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                                         at Ontario Universities – 2012
       University Information and Program Codes
 Renseignements universitaires et codes des programmes

Algoma University                                       Bachelor of Computer Science (Four years)
                                                        JEA   Computer Science n s
                                                              Minors available in Business Systems
                                                              Management, Computer Games Technology,
s     Specify subject of major interest on the                Computer Games Technology – Creative Arts
      application.
n     Co-operative Education is available with          Bachelor of Science (Four years)
      all degree programs; however, students in         JGA Biology n
      Computer Science and Business Administration      JGB   Computer Science n
      are typically more successful in obtaining work   JGC   Psychology n
      term placements due to employer demand in
      these subject areas.                              Bachelor of Science (Three years)
l     See the “Supplementary Application” section       JFA   Biology n
      below.                                            JFB   Computer Science n
                                                        JFD   Mathematics n
Bachelor of Arts (Four Years)
JBA   Community Economics & Social Development          Bachelor of Social Work (Four years)
JBB   English n                                         JHA Social Work
JBC   Finance & Economics n                             JHB   Social Work (Offered in Timmins)
JBD   History n
JBE   Law & Justice n                                   Bachelor of Business Administration (Four years)
JBF   Political Science n                               Offered in Brampton
JBG   Psychology n                                      JDB   Business Administration n s
JBH   Sociology n                                             Minors available in Accounting, Human
                                                              Resources, Marketing
Bachelor of Arts (Three Years)
JAA Accounting n                                        History
JAB   Anishinaabemowin n                                Algoma University is Ontario’s newest independent
JAC   Community Development n                           university, having gained independent status on
JAT   Community Development in Timmins                  May 28, 2008. Prior to that, Algoma University was
JAG Economics n                                         established in 1964 as an affiliate college of Laurentian
JAH English n                                           University.
JAI   Fine Arts n l
JAJ   French n                                          Site
JAK Geography n                                         Education on the Algoma University campus has a long
JAL   History n                                         tradition and rich history. The university’s origins date
JAN Law & Justice n                                     back to 1873 with the establishment of Shingwauk Hall,
JAO Mathematics n                                       a residential school for First Nations’ children. Algoma
JAP   Music n                                           moved to the site in 1971 as an affiliate of Laurentian
JAQ Political Science n                                 University and has remained there to this day. Algoma
JAR   Psychology n                                      is proud of its strong partnership with Aboriginal
JAS   Sociology n                                       communities and its longstanding relationship with
                                                        the Shingwauk Education Trust. Algoma offers unique
Bachelor of Fine Arts (Four years)                      programs on Anishinaabe (Ojibwe) culture, history and
JCA   Fine Arts (Visual Arts) n l                       language, including the province’s only BA program in
                                                        the Ojibwe language. Algoma also does considerable
Bachelor of Business Administration (Four years)        outreach to Anishinaabe students. Algoma’s main
JDA Business Administration n s                         building, overlooking the St. Mary’s River, is one of the
      Minors available in Accounting, Economics,        oldest landmarks in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada.
      Human Resources, Marketing


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Special Characteristics                                        your needs confidentially, contact Barb Muio, Disability
Located in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Algoma University        Services Coordinator, at 705-949-2301, extension 4221,
is situated in the heart of the Great Lakes, only              or learning@algomau.ca.
minutes away from the United States border. Students
enjoy personal attention and a student population of           Mature Students
approximately 1,200 students. Algoma’s commitment              The university will consider for admission a person
to placing students first reaches into the classroom           whose previous school performance and/or recent work
and beyond. Our professors encourage interaction,              record suggests a strong possibility of academic success.
discussion and independent thought in the classroom.           In order to qualify, applicants must be at least 21
Algoma’s faculty is known for open-door policies that          years of age by December 31 of the year of admission
ensure students obtain the support, guidance and               and must have been away from formal education
mentoring they need, even when class is over.                  for at least one year immediately prior to beginning
                                                               university studies.
Residence Accommodations
All first-year Algoma University students are                  University/College Transfers
guaranteed their own bedroom in residence.                     Students who wish to transfer to Algoma University
   Option 1: Dormitory residence – Single room and             from a college or university may be eligible for
   shared bathroom with one other student. Meal                admission with advanced standing, provided that
   plan is required.                                           they meet the criteria established by the Admissions
   Option 2: Townhouse residence – Five bedrooms,              Office. To be considered for admission and transfer
   two bathrooms and shared living and kitchen area.           credit, students must submit official transcripts from all
   Meal plan is optional.                                      postsecondary institutions attended.
   Option 3: Downtown residence – Single rooms
   available for returning, mature and transfer                Out-of-Province Students
   students. Meal plan is optional.                            Algoma has established equivalent requirements for
                                                               students in secondary school systems in other provinces.
For further information about residence accommodations,        For specific information, please contact the Admissions
please contact the Housing Coordinator at 705-949-2301,        Office at admissions@algomau.ca or 705-949-2301,
extension 4215; email housing@algomau.ca; or visit us          extension 220.
online at www.algomau.ca/housing.
                                                               Home Schooled Applicants
Admission Entry Points                                         Applicants are considered on an individual basis.
Algoma University has year-round admission and will            Supporting documents, including completion of
accept applications for studies beginning in September,        secondary school equivalent, letters of recommendation
January and May.                                               and other relevant certificates are required.

Brampton Campus                                                Co-op Education
Algoma University’s Brampton campus is dedicated to            Co-operative education is designed to integrate
offering a Bachelor of Business Administration degree          academic and employment experience at the
designed specifically for college and university graduate      undergraduate level. Paid work terms allow students to
and transfer students. For additional information,             gain experience in areas of career interest, or explore
please contact brampton@algomau.ca.                            areas of possible interest, while academic terms build
                                                               a solid foundation of theoretical and conceptual
Timmins Campus                                                 knowledge in the area of study. For more information,
Algoma University’s Timmins campus is dedicated to             please visit www.algomau.ca/coop; call 705-949-2301,
offering a Bachelor of Social Work degree specifically         extension 4214; or email coop@algomau.ca.
designed for college and university graduate and
transfer students. For additional information, email           Scholarships/Bursaries
timmins@algomau.ca.                                            Financial assistance is available to eligible students
                                                               from a variety of sources and is based on academic
Disability Services                                            standing, as well as demonstrated financial need. For
Algoma University places emphasis on meeting the               a complete list of scholarships and awards, please
needs of all of its students. The university strives to        contact the Financial Aid Office at www.algomau.ca/fao;
ensure that all future developments accommodate                705-949-2301, extension 4219/4710; or fao@algomau.ca.
those with special needs, including physical and
learning disabilities, aiming to ensure a rich and full
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Language Requirements                                        If you are unable to visit our campus during one of the
If English is not your first language, you must submit       bus weekends or do not live along the planned route,
proof of English language proficiency to be considered       we will cover the cost of accommodations for students
for admission. Students who submit one of the                and parents travelling from out of town to visit Algoma
following minimal language requirements will be              University.
considered for admission:
•	 TOEFL score of 550 (213 computer-based or                 Coming from out of town? We will pay 50 percent
    79 internet-based);                                      of your Greyhound bus ticket (up to $100), and will
•	 IELTS 6.0;                                                provide you with free accommodation at a local hotel.
•	 MELAB 90 percent;
•	 CanTEST 4.50;                                             To arrange your personalized campus tour, contact our
•	 CAEL 60;                                                  Prospective Student Advisor, Jenn Reid at
•	 EIKEN pre-1;                                              info@algomau.ca or1-888-ALGOMA-U
•	 Pearson Test of English (PTE) 57; or
•	 Successful completion of ENGL 0005, with 70 percent       Further Information
    or greater. Visit www.algomau.ca/esl or contact          Algoma University
    spell@algomau.ca for additional information.             Recruitment Office
                                                             1520 Queen Street East
Supplementary Application                                    Sault Ste. Marie ON P6A 2G4
To be considered for the first round of offers, applicants
must submit supplementary application information            Telephone:    1-888-ALGOMAU
by February 1, 2012. Forms can be obtained on the                          or 705.949.2301, extension 4217/4211
Algoma University’s website. You must submit the             Email:        info@algomau.ca
supplementary application, which is required in              Website:      www.algomau.ca
addition to regular application materials, for the
following program:

Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)
                                                             Brock University
Admittance to this program requires a portfolio review
and/or an interview. The portfolio should include
examples of the applicant’s work in any visual media.        s     Specify subject of major interest on the
While actual works are preferable, photographic or                 application.
slide documentation is also acceptable. Applicants           n     Program is available through both co-operative
should include a brief description of their background             education or regular (non-co-op). Please specify
and expectations in relation to the study of art in a              desire for co-op on the application.
university contextension The portfolio will be requested     u     Program is available only through co-operative
following the submission of the OUAC application;                  education.
applicants will be notified directly by Algoma University
admissions office (admissions@algomau.ca).                   Faculty of Applied Health Sciences
                                                             BAH BA: Community Health
Campus Tours                                                 BHL BA Honours: Child Health
Campus tours can be arranged at any time; however,           BPK BKin Honours: Kinesiology
we recommend visiting during the September to April          BSH BSc Honours: Health Sciences
school year. We will arrange to have students sit in on      BSK BSc Honours: Kinesiology
a class, meet faculty and tour residences. All tours are     BNS BScN Honours: Nursing (application and
individualized according to the interest of the student.           documentation deadline March 1, 2012)
                                                             BP    BPhEd Honours: Physical Education
Take the bus with us. Algoma University runs bus tours       BPU BPH Honours: Public Health
for prospective students and their parents. Tours depart     BSM BSM Honours: Sport Management
from the Greater Toronto Area and pick up students           BW    BRLS Honours: Recreation & Leisure Studies s
along the way to Sault Ste. Marie. The cost for the tour,          Community Recreation; Inclusive & Therapeutic,
including bus, accommodations and meals in Sault Ste.              Outdoor Recreation
Marie, is $25. Tours take place in November and during       BPI   Concurrent BPhEd (Honours) BEd Intermediate/
March Break. Visit www.algomau.ca/future-students                  Senior: Physical Education
for more details.                                            BPJ   Concurrent BPhEd (Honours) BEd Junior/
                                                                   Intermediate: Physical Education




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Faculty of Business                                     BII   Concurrent BSc (Honours) BEd Intermediate/
BK    BAcc Honours: Accounting n                              Senior s Majors: Biological Science; Chemistry;
BN    BBA Honours: Business Administration n                  Geography; Mathematics; Physics
                                                        BEG   BSc Honours: Environmental Geosciences n
Faculty of Humanities                                   BI    BSc Honours: General Studies
BAL BA Honours: Applied Linguistics s Applied           BH    BSc Honours: Mathematics (MICA) n
      Linguistics/Teaching English as a Subsequent      BHG   BSc Honours: Mathematics & Computer
      Language; Hearing Science; Speech & Language            Science u
      Science                                           BIN   BSc Honours: Neuroscience sn Neurobiology;
BAC BA Honours: Arts & Culture                                Neuromotor; Neuropsychology
BL    BA Honours: Canadian Studies                      BOV   BSc Honours: Oenology & Viticulture u
BQ    BA Honours: Classics s Ancient Art &              BJP   BSc Honours: Physics n
      Archaeology; Classical Languages; Classical
      Studies                                           Faculty of Social Sciences
BT    BA Honours: Dramatic Arts n (Audition             BAE BA Honours: Applied Economic Analysis n
      required)                                         BUD BA Honours: Business Communication
BEN BA Honours: English Language & Literature           BE    BBE Honours: Business Economics ns
BAJ   Concurrent BA Integrated Studies (Honours)              Consumer Economics; Financial Economics
      BEd Junior/Intermediate s Teachable Subjects:     BD    BA Honours: Child & Youth Studies
      Dramatic Arts; English; French; Geography;        BDP Concurrent BA Child & Youth Studies (Honours)
      History; Mathematics; Music (Vocal); Science –          BEd Primary/Junior
      General; Visual Arts                              BDC BA Honours: Distinct & Diverse Communities
BAI   Concurrent BA (Honours) BEd Intermediate/         BED BA Honours: Early Childhood Education
      Senior s Majors: Dramatic Arts; English; French   BEC BA Honours: Economics n
      Studies; Geography; History; Visual Arts          BF    BA Honours: Film Studies
BHI   BA Honours: History n                             BGE BA Honours: Geography n
BHU BA Honours: Humanities – General Studies            BIP   BA Honours: International Political Economy
BIS   BA Honours: Interactive Arts & Science            BLB   BA Honours: Labour Studies
BZ    BA Honours: Liberal Arts n                        BUC BA Honours: Media & Communication Studies
BMR BA Honours: Medieval & Renaissance Studies          BO    BSc Honours: Physical Geography n
BLA BA Honours: Modern Languages s French               BPO BA Honours: Political Science n
      Studies; Iberian & Latin American Studies;        BPC BA Honours: Popular Culture
      Italian Studies                                   BPY BA Honours: Psychology n
BPH BA Honours: Philosophy                              BSS   BA Honours: Social Sciences – General Studies
BR    BA Honours: Visual Arts                           BSO BA Honours: Sociology
BM    BMus Honours: Music (audition required)           BTV BA Honours: Tourism & Environment
                                                        BWS BA Honours: Women’s Studies
Faculty of Mathematics and Science
BCB BCB Honours: Computing & Business n                 Programs Requiring More Than Secondary School
BCH BSc Honours: Biochemistry n                         BCE Certificate in Teaching English as a Subsequent
BS    BSc Honours: Biological Sciences                        Language
BIM BSc Honours: Biomedical Science                     BCI   Certificate in Educational Studies
BBP BSc Honours: Biophysics                             BCV Certificate in Grape & Wine Technology
BIT   BSc Honours: Biotechnology n                      BGA BSc in Computer Science as a Second Degree
BJC   BSc Honours: Chemistry n                          BCX Certificate in Speech & Language Sciences
BG    BSc Honours: Computer Science n                   BCY Certificate in Hearing Sciences
BGN BSc Honours: Computing & Network                    BKS Bachelor of Accounting as a Second Degree
      Communications Co-op u (Collaborative)
BSC   BSc Honours: Computing & Solid State Device       Important Admission Notes for all Applicants
      Technology n                                      Applicants who have previously registered at Brock
BX    BSc Honours: Earth Sciences n                     (even if they never attended classes) must contact
BIJ   Concurrent BSc Integrated Studies (Honours)       the Admissions office at admissns@brocku.ca for the
      BEd Junior/Intermediate s Teachable Subjects:     appropriate application form. This includes students
      Physical Geography; Mathematics; Science –        who have studied at Brock on a Letter of Permission.
      General




44                      OUAC 105 Application for Admission to Undergraduate Programs
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Applicants can expect to receive an offer of                       BAI Concurrent Bachelor of Education/Bachelor of Arts
admission to only one program. When more                           Honours – Dramatic Arts Majors (IS Division) only:
than one Brock program is indicated on the                         Upon receipt of a conditional offer of admission,
application, the highest choice listed for Brock                   applicants must contact the department of Dramatic
will be considered first. If an applicant is not eligible          Arts to confirm their attendance at the DART
for the first choice, consideration will be given to               Invitational. For contact information and more details,
subsequent choices in the order of preference that                 and to register for the DART Invitational, refer to
the applicant has indicated on the application. If an              www.brocku.ca/dramatic_arts/. Normally the two dates
applicant applies to only one Brock program and does               scheduled for the DART Invitational are in April and
not qualify, in most cases consideration will be given             May. A third DART Invitational may be arranged later
for an alternate and related program.                              in the summer for late applicants (subject to space
                                                                   availability). It is mandatory that all applicants who
Application Deadlines                                              hold offers (with Dramatic Arts as a major) attend one
                                                                   of the dates. Failure to attend the DART Invitational
Home-Schooled Application ...........February 24, 2012
                                                                   will result in the offer to the Dramatic Arts Major being
Bachelor of Science Nursing ................March 1, 2012          revised to an alternate major.
Bachelor of Science Nursing
Supporting Documentation .................March 1, 2012            Although the concurrent programs are designed for
                                                                   students attending Brock from the beginning of their
International Application ....................... April 2, 2012
                                                                   university career, university or college transfer applicants
Domestic Application ...............................June 1, 2012   with less than the equivalent of 4.0 university transfer
                                                                   credits may be considered for admission. Applicants
Applications are assessed on a first-come, first-served            with more than 4.0 transfer credits or those who already
basis. Admissions decisions will be made once all                  hold a degree are not admissible to a concurrent
required documents are submitted and the applicant                 education program. Applicants should note that these
file is deemed complete. Applicants should note that               programs have limited enrollment and space is not
some programs have limited enrollment and admission                guaranteed by the attainment of minimum admission
is not guaranteed by the attainment of the minimum                 requirements. For important information and contacts
requirements.                                                      refer to: www.brocku.ca/education/futurestudents/
                                                                   concurrentteachered/admissioninformation/.
Entry Points
Program and course selection is extremely limited for              Home Schooled Applicants (All Programs):
entry points other than September.                                 Applicants are expected to submit a “Home Schooled
                                                                   Applicant Profile” no later than mid-March for
Deferral Policy                                                    September consideration. Profiles may be accessed at
Brock University does not grant deferrals. All offers are          www.brocku.ca/registrar/admissions/. See below for
for fall 2012 entry only. Any applicant who chooses not            further information.
to attend will be required to re-apply via the Ontario
Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) the following              Canadian Out-of-Province Applicants
year and is expected to submit new documentation.                  Applicants currently attending their final year of
                                                                   secondary school (Grade 12 or equivalent) will be
Supplementary Admission Requirements                               assessed for admission upon submission of first
All applicants, regardless of education background,                semester final grades, and second semester midterm
are required to pay a CAN$55 non-refundable                        grades.
administrative charge directly to the Ontario
Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC).                           University/College Transfer Applicants
                                                                   Applicants from postsecondary institutions must submit
Most program admissions are based solely on grades.                official transcripts from all institutions attended (including
The following programs require additional criteria:                English translations, if needed). Transcripts must be
                                                                   sent directly from the sending institution to the Office
Bachelor of Arts – Dramatic Arts: Applicants must                  of the Registrar – Admissions. For further information
attend the DART Invitational. For details, applicants              about transferring from a college or university, refer
should refer to www.brocku.ca/dramatic_arts/.                      to     www.brocku.ca/webcal/2011/undergrad/admi.html.
                                                                   Applicants must show evidence of adequate academic
Bachelor of Music: An audition is required for entry               preparation for admission to a specific degree program.
to the Bachelor of Music. Applicants should refer to               For a guideline on courses required for admission, refer
www.brocku.ca/music/ for details.                                  to www.brocku.ca/webcal/2011/undergrad/crit.html. For


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information related to specific Brock university-college    2. A minimum of six advanced level courses deemed
collaborative programs, or current transfer/articulation       equivalent to Ontario curriculum 4U/M credits
agreements, go to www.brocku.ca/registrar/admissions/          (see www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/curriculum/secondary/
articulation-agreements/.                                      grade12.html as a guideline). A minimum of three
                                                               must be completed at the time of application.
Second-Degree Applicants                                    3. Evidence of adequate academic preparation for
Applicants must have successfully completed a first            entry to specific programs (refer to www.brocku.ca/
degree with a minimum 65 percent overall average and           webcal/current/undergrad/crit.html as a guideline).
show evidence of adequate academic preparation for          4. A completed “Home Schooled Applicant Profile”.
entry into a second degree (refer to www.brocku.ca/            Access the profile at www.brocku.ca/registrar/
registrar/admissions/admission-criteria/second-degree/         admissions/.
for information). Applicants should submit a letter to      5. A satisfactory SAT or ACT test result (mandatory for
the Office of the Registrar – Admissions indicating they       the file to be deemed complete).
are applying for admission to a second degree. The letter
must include the OUAC Reference Number and full name        For further information regarding assessment of home
of applicant. Furthermore, an admissions decision           schooled applicants contact the Director of Admissions
cannot be made until the applicant provides the             at mlea@brocku.ca.
Admissions Office with either a letter from the
home institution indicating degree requirements             Nursing (BScN)
have been met, or an official transcript showing            Brock University offers two distinct options for
that the degree has been conferred. Some programs           completing the BScN degree:
are limited in enrollment and space is not guaranteed
by attainment of the minimum admission requirements.        Brock University Program:
                                                            Applicants may apply to the four-year BScN Honours
Home Schooled Applicants                                    program that is offered entirely at the Brock University
Applicants are expected to apply no later than              campus in St. Catharines. Following completion of
February 24, 2012 (due to the extensive assessment          the degree, students will be eligible to write the
process required for home school applications).             certification exam to become a Registered Nurse.
Additionally, a “Home Schooled Applicant Profile”           Students who wish to study at Brock University should
should be submitted no later than mid-March to              choose this option. Current Brock University students
guarantee consideration for a September start. Full         should not use this application. Contact the Office of
details regarding the application process and the           the Registrar, Admissions, for an application to change
profile can be found at www.brocku.ca/registrar/            majors.
admissions/admission-criteria/home-schooled/.
                                                            Due to the specialized nature of the Brock University BSc
Preference is given to applicants (who will not             Nursing program, second-degree applicants as well as
receive their OSSD) who have completed a final year         university and college transfer applicants should note that
of secondary school at the Grade 12 advanced level          transfer credit is very limited and not guaranteed.
within an Ontario Ministry of Education registered and      Successful applicants should expect to begin studies in
inspected school (or equivalent in another province).       year one in order to fulfill the unique requirements of
For a list of Ontario schools that meet this requirement    the Brock Nursing program. Applicants are encouraged
see www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/general/elemsec/privsch/.         to apply well before the March 1, 2012, application
                                                            deadline as spaces are limited and not guaranteed with
Note: Any school on this approved list must                 the attainment of minimum requirements.
indicate that it “offers credits towards the Ontario
Secondary School Diploma,” otherwise, the school            Loyalist CAAT/Brock University Collaborative Program:
is not considered as inspected for our purposes.            Applicants may apply to the four-year BScN Honours
Applicants may also present six 4U or 4M Ontario            program that is offered in collaboration with Loyalist
credits completed online via the Independent Learning       College in Belleville, Ontario. The first two years are
Centre (ILC) (see www.ilc.org).                             completed at Loyalist College and the final two years at
                                                            Brock University. Following completion of the degree,
All other applicants are expected to provide the            students will be eligible to write the certification
following:                                                  exam to become a Registered Nurse. Applications to
1. Evidence of Ontario Secondary School Diploma             the program are made through the Ontario College
    (OSSD) equivalency, including four years of             Application Services (OCAS). Students who wish to
    secondary-level study.                                  begin studies at Loyalist College should choose this
                                                            option.



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Policing and Criminal Justice                               Extenuating Circumstances
Applicants who wish to be considered for this program       Applicants may request individual review by sending
must first apply to Human Geography (BGE), Political        a letter, written by the applicant, directly to the
Science (BPO), Sociology (BSO), Psychology (BPY),           Office of the Registrar, Admissions. Any letters and/
Media and Communication Studies (BUC), or Business          or supporting documentation should clearly articulate
Communication Studies (BUD). Students apply for             how the special circumstances have impacted academic
admission to the Policing and Criminal Justice program      performance.
following successful completion of year one at Brock
University. Refer to www.brocku.ca/webcal/2011/             Physical Disabilities or Severe Illness
undergrad/pcjp.html      for    further    information.     Applicants may request individual review by sending a
University or college transfer applicants with less than    letter, written by the applicant, directly to the Office
the equivalent of 4.0 university transfer credits may       of the Registrar, Admissions. The letter should clearly
be considered for admission. Applicants who already         articulate how the special circumstances have impacted
hold a diploma in Police Foundations are not eligible       academic performance. Supporting documentation
to apply.                                                   should be provided.

For information related to all other Brock                  Minority Status
university-college   collaborative  programs, or            Members of Aboriginal communities or members of
current transfer/articulation agreements, go to:            a visible minority may request individual review by
www.brocku.ca/registrar/admissions/                         sending a letter, written by the applicant, directly to
articulation-agreements/.                                   the Office of the Registrar, Admissions. Any letters and/
                                                            or supporting documentation should clearly articulate
English Proficiency                                         how the special circumstances have impacted academic
Applicants for whom English is a second language            performance.
must submit evidence of English language proficiency.
Applicants should refer to the Brock University             Learning Disabilities
2012–2013 calendar for information regarding English        Applicants may request individual review by sending
language proficiency requirements. For details please       a letter, written by the applicant, with supporting
visit www.brocku.ca/webcal/2011/undergrad/admi.html.        documentation directly to the Office of the Registrar,
Normally, any one of MELAB, IELTS, TOEFL, ITELP, CAEL       Admissions. The Admissions Office will forward all
or YELT will be considered for admission purposes.          documentation to the Services for Students with
Brock University reserves the right to request an English   disAbilities Office. Upon review, additional information
proficiency test score from any applicant, regardless of    may be required. The Director of Admissions, in
status in Canada.                                           consultation with the Manager of Services for Students
                                                            with disAbilities, will make all admissions decisions.
Accessibility Policy                                        Admission is not guaranteed.
Applicants who apply under the Accessibility Policy
must meet minimum university admission requirements         The following documentation is required:
and be Canadian citizens or permanent residents.            i) a      psychoeducational    assessment    report   or
Requests for special admissions consideration, including         documentation from a physician and/or specialist
any supporting documentation, should be submitted                confirming the learning disability and indicating a
as part of the application package. If this is not               need for specific accommodations;
possible, a letter should be submitted at the               ii) an IEP, when available; and
time of application to the Office of the Registrar,         iii) a cover letter written by the applicant that
Admissions, indicating that documentation is                     clearly articulates how the learning disability has
being forwarded at a later date. Failure to do so                impacted academic performance.
may result in an admission decision being made
without consideration under the Accessibility               Special note: For those students requiring special
Policy.                                                     accommodation who have not already identified
                                                            themselves during the application process, it is
Applicants admitted under this policy who do not meet       important to contact Services for Students with
the admission requirements for a specific program may       disAbilities immediately upon receiving admission to
be extended an offer to an alternate program in cases       arrange for required accommodations. Contact us at
where the preferred program is limited in enrollment        905-688-5550, extension 3240.
or is full. Applicants may be considered under one or
more of the following categories:




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Brock assists students with physical, medical, mental        Med PLUS
health and learning disabilities through exam                Med PLUS at Brock University is an experiential learning,
accommodations, note taking, technical assistance, and       non-credit initiative designed to provide students with
campus advocacy and liaison. The campus is wheelchair        the skills and experience necessary for a successful
accessible, and includes accessible housing units.           health professional career. It has two key goals.
                                                             Med PLUS aims to help students boost their chances
Residences                                                   of being accepted into graduate health programs
Brock’s award-winning residences feature close               (e.g., Medical School, physiotherapy programs) by
proximity to academic halls, air-conditioning, and           providing a range of experiences, speakers and skill
internet and cable access. All of our residences are         development workshops that help the student in a
located on or within walking distance to the campus          variety of personal and interpersonal facets of life.
and offer Brock students the opportunity to choose           Med PLUS also helps students to develop a supportive
between traditional dormitory, townhouse or                  network of contacts and mentors in the region,
independent-style living accommodations. For detailed        so that they will have a good basis upon which to
information regarding our residences or to apply,            establish their career after completing their education.
please visit www.brocku.ca/residence/. The residence         For additional information and an application
application and deposit must be received by Brock            form,     refer     to    www.brocku.ca/career-services/
University no later than June 1, 2012.                       students-alumni//med-plus/.

Awards and Financial Aid                                     Further Information
For information about Brock’s innovative scholarships        Central Admission .................. extension 4068
and financial aid, visit https://experience.brocku.ca.       Sandy Bolibruck,
                                                             Admissions Officer ................. extension 4178
Co-op Programs
Co-op students at Brock receive extensive coaching           Debbie Shepherd,
and support to enable a successful transition to the         Admissions Officer ................. extension 3745
workplace. Work placements, with companies located           Lynn Thompson-Dovi,
across Canada and internationally, contribute to, and        International Admissions Officerextension 3431
build upon, academic programs.
                                                             Mika Vervoort,
                                                             Assistant Director,
Applicants should refer to www.brocku.ca/webcal/2011/
                                                             Undergraduate Admissions ... extension 3435
undergrad/crit.html for guidelines regarding the
necessary academic background required for admission.
                                                             Brock University
Applicants should note that co-op is a limited
                                                             Office of the Registrar – Admissions
enrollment program and admission is not guaranteed
                                                             500 Glenridge Avenue
by the attainment of the minimum requirements.
                                                             St. Catharines ON L2S 3A1
University or college co-op applicants are assessed on
                                                             Telephone:       905-688-5550
an individual basis and only those with less than
                                                             Fax:             905-988-5488
the equivalent of 4.5 full university transfer
                                                             Email:           admissns@brocku.ca
credits will be considered. For information on
                                                             Website:         www.brocku.ca/registrar/
transferring from a college or university, refer to
www.brocku.ca/registrar/admissions/admission-criteria/
transfers/. Applicants should note that co-op is a limited
enrollment program and admission is not guaranteed
by the attainment of the minimum requirements.

International students on study permits are welcome
to apply to, and be considered for, admission to co-op
programs at Brock University. However, admission
to some programs may be limited or restricted due
to limitations imposed by industry requirements or
Canadian Immigration, which make it difficult to secure
placements for international students and present
challenges for successful completion of required work
terms. Visa students are ineligible to apply for the
Accounting co-op program.



48                        OUAC 105 Application for Admission to Undergraduate Programs
                                          at Ontario Universities – 2012
Carleton University                                            Law or in Law Policy & Government) n; Law
                                                               (with a concentration in Transnational Law &
                                                               Human Rights) n; Linguistics; Music; Philosophy;
                                                               Philosophy (with a specialization in Philosophy,
s     Specify subject of major interest on the                 Ethics & Public Affairs); Political Science n;
      application. Applicants who wish to add a                Political Science (with a concentration in
      second major must contact Carleton University            Canadian Politics) n; Political Science (with a
      Admissions Services at admissions@carleton.ca.           concentration in Comparative Politics & Area
n     Indicates that the program is available through          Studies – Global North) n; Political Science (with
      both a regular (non-co-op) or a co-operative             a concentration in Comparative Politics & Area
      system of study.                                         Studies – Global South) n; Political Science (with
                                                               a concentration in Gender & Politics) n; Political
Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism –                  Science (with a concentration in International
B. Architectural Studies (BAS)                                 Relations) n; Political Science (with a
CR     Architectural Studies n                                 concentration in Political Theory) n; Political
                                                               Science (with a concentration in Public Affairs
Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences/                             & Policy Analysis) n; Political Science (with a
Faculty of Public Affairs – B. Arts (BA)                       concentration in North American Politics) n;
CH    BA Honours (four-year program) s African                 Psychology; Religion; Sociology n; Women’s &
      Studies (must be combined with another major);           Gender Studies (must be combined with another
      Anthropology n; Applied Economics n; Applied             major)
      Economics (with a concentration in Financial        CA   BA General (three-year program) s
      Economics, or International Political Economy,           Anthropology; Applied Linguistics & Discourse
      or Development) n; Applied Economics                     Studies; Art History; Biology; Canadian Studies;
      (with a concentration in Natural Resources,              Child Studies (ECE Diploma required); Direct
      Environment & Economy); Applied Linguistics &            Interdisciplinary Studies (enter year two);
      Discourse Studies; Art History; Biology; Canadian        Economics; English; Environmental Studies;
      Studies (must be combined with another major);           Film Studies; French; Geography; Greek &
      Child Studies (ECE Diploma required); Cognitive          Roman Studies; History; History & Theory Of
      Science (with a specialization in Biological             Architecture; Human Rights; Law; Linguistics;
      Foundations of Cognition) n; Cognitive                   Music; Philosophy; Political Science; Political
      Science (with a specialization in Cognition              Science (with a concentration in Canadian
      & Psychology) n; Cognitive Science (with a               Politics); Political Science (with a concentration
      Specialization in Cognition & Computation) n;            in Comparative Politics & Area Studies – Global
      Cognitive Science (with a specialization                 North); Political Science (with a concentration
      in Language & Linguistics) n; Cognitive                  in Comparative Politics & Area Studies – Global
      Science (with a specialization in Philosophical          South); Political Science (with a concentration
      & Conceptual Issues) n; Communication                    in Gender & Politics); Political Science (with
      Studies n; Criminology & Criminal Justice                a concentration in International Relations);
      (with a concentration in Law, in Psychology,             Political Science (with a concentration in
      or in Sociology); Direct Interdisciplinary               Political Theory); Political Science (with
      Studies (enter year two); Economics n;                   a concentration in Public Affairs & Policy
      Economics (with a concentration in Financial             Analysis); Political Science (with a concentration
      Economics, or International Political Economy,           in North American Politics); Psychology;
      or Development) n; Economics (with a                     Religion; Sociology; Women’s & Gender Studies.
      concentration in Natural Resources, Environment
      & Economy); Economics (with a specialization        Sprott School of Business – B.Commerce (BCom)
      in Quantitative & Mathematical Economics) n;        CCC Accounting n
      English; Environmental Studies; European            CC    Commerce n
      & Russian Studies; Film Studies; French n;          CCE Concentration in Entrepreneurship n
      French Interdisciplinary Studies; Geography;        CCF   Finance n
      Geography (with a concentration in Physical         CCJ   Information Systems n
      Geography); Geomatics; Global Politics; Greek       CCA International Business n
      & Roman Studies; History n; History & Theory        CCM Marketing n
      of Architecture; History (with a concentration      CCH Managing People & Organizations n
      in International History) n; Human Rights;          CCS   Supply Chain Management n
      Law n; Law (with a concentration in Business


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Sprott School of Business –                            Joint Bachelor of Information Technology with
B. International Business (BIB)                        Algonquin College (BIT)
A year of study abroad is required                     CIM Interactive Multimedia & Design n
CBB International Business                             CIN    Network Technology n
CIF    International Investment; Finance & Banking
CIT    International Marketing & Trade                 School of Journalism and Communications –
CIS    Strategic Management & International Human      B. Journalism (BJ)
       Resources                                       CJ    Journalism

School of Computer Science –                           School of Mathematics and Statistics –
B. Computer Science (BCS)                              B. Mathematics (BMath)
COH Computer Science Honours:   Biomedical             CMA Mathematics Honours (four-year
      Computing n                                            program) s Biostatistics; Computational
COS Computer Science Honours:   Computer &                   & Applied Mathematics & Statistics n;
      Internet Security n                                    Computer Science & Mathematics (with
COV Computer Science Honours:   Computer Game                a concentration in Computing Theory &
      Development n                                          Numerical Methods) n; Computer Science &
COL Computer Science Honours:   Computer Science:            Mathematics (with a concentration in Statistics
      Law n                                                  & Computing) n; Mathematics n; Mathematics/
COB Computer Science Honours:   Management &                 MSc (Mathematics); Mathematics (with a
      Business Systems n                                     specialization in Stochastics) n; Statistics n;
CMS Computer Science Honours:   Mobile                       Statistics/MSc (Mathematics)
      Computing n                                      CMB Mathematics General (three-year program) s
COG Computer Science Honours:   Network                      Computer Mathematics; Mathematics; Statistics
      Computing n
COP Computer Science Honours:   Psychology n           School for Studies in Art and Culture –
COD Computer Science Honours:   Software &             B. Music (BMus)
      Computing n                                      CM    Music
COF Computer Science Honours:   Software
      Engineering n                                    Arthur Kroeger College of Public Affairs –
CON Computer Science Major n                           B. Public Affairs and Policy Management (BPAPM)
                                                       CPT   Communication & Information Technology
Faculty of Engineering – B. Engineering (BEng)               Policy n
CEA Aerospace Engineering n                            CDS Development Studies n
CEX Architectural Conservation & Sustainability n      CPB Human Rights n
CEG Biomedical & Electrical Engineering n              CPI   International Studies n
CEJ   Biomedical & Mechanical Engineering n            CPX Public Affairs & Policy Management n
CEB Civil Engineering n                                CPA Public Policy & Administration n
CEH Communications Engineering n                       CPS   Social Policy n
CEC Computer Systems Engineering n                     CPR Strategic Public Opinion & Policy Analysis n
CEF   Electrical Engineering n
CEP   Engineering Physics n                            Faculty of Science – B. Science (BSc)
CEE   Environmental Engineering n                      CT    Science Honours (four-year program) s Applied
CED Mechanical Engineering n                                 Physics n; Biochemistry n; Biochemistry &
CES   Software Engineering n                                 Biotechnology n; Bioinformatics n; Biology n;
CEK Sustainable & Renewable Energy n                         Biology & Biotechnology n; Biology & Earth
                                                             Sciences n; Biology & Ecology, Evolution &
College of the Humanities –                                  Behaviour n; Biology & Health Science n;
B. Humanities (BHum)                                         Biology – Molecular & Cellular n; Biology &
Students must select one of the streams below.               Physiology n; Biology & Physical Geography;
CBC Option A – Bachelor of Humanities                        Chemistry n; Chemistry & Computer Science n;
CBD Option B – Bachelor of Humanities with Biology           Chemistry & Earth Sciences n; Chemistry &
                                                             Physics n; Chemistry (with a concentration
School of Industrial Design –                                in Nanotechnology); Computational
B. Industrial Design (BID)                                   Biochemistry n; Computational Biology n;
CD    Industrial Design n                                    Earth Sciences n; Earth Sciences (with a
                                                             concentration in Vertebrate Paleontology



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       & Paleoecology) n; Earth Sciences (with a           Deadlines for Application and Additional
       concentration in Resource Economics); Earth         Admission Documentation or Supplementary
       Science & Physical Geography n; Earth Sciences      Information
       & Physical Geography (with a concentration in       The application deadline is June 1 (exceptions are
       Terrain Science) n; Environmental Science n;        listed below). The deadline for January (winter)
       Environmental Science (with a concentration         admission is November 15. Applicants are encouraged
       in Earth Sciences n, in Chemistry n, or             to submit their portfolio or additional information as
       in Biology n); Food Science & Nutrition;            early as February. Please contact the Undergraduate
       Geography (with a concentration in Geomatics        Recruitment Office for further details.
       or in Physical Geography); Integrated Science;
       Integrated Science (with a concentration in         Deadlines
       Arts); Integrated Science (with a concentration
                                                            Program            Applications Documents/
       in Education); Integrated Science (with a
                                                            (Fall –                         Supplementary
       concentration in Forensic Science); Integrated
                                                            September)                      Information
       Science (with a concentration in Information
       Science); Integrated Science (with a                 B. Architectural   February 1      April 1: Portfolio
       concentration in Information Technology);            Studies
       Integrated Science (with a concentration in Life     B. Social Work     February 1      March 1:
       & Health Sciences); Integrated Science (with a                                          Supplementary
       concentration in Science & Ethics); Integrated                                          Application
       Science (with a concentration in Science &           B. Humanities      March 1         March 1: Portfolio
       Policy); Integrated Science (with a concentration
       in Science & Technology); Mathematics &              B. Music           March 1         March 1: Must
       Physics n; Nanoscience; Neuroscience n;                                                 schedule an
       Physics-Experimental n; Physics-Theory n;                                               audition
       Physics & Biology; Psychology                        B. Industrial      March 1         April 1: Portfolio
CS     Science General (three-year program)                 Design                             required and an
       s Biology; Chemistry; Earth Sciences;                                                   information session
       Integrated Science; Integrated Science                                                  is recommended
       (with a concentration in Arts); Integrated           B. Journalism      March 1
       Science (with a concentration in Education)
                                                            B. Information     March 1         March 1: Portfolio
       Integrated Science (with a concentration in
                                                            Technology,
       Forensic Science); Integrated Science (with
                                                            Interactive
       a concentration in Information Science);
       Integrated Science (with a concentration in
       Information Technology); Integrated Science          Multimedia &
       (with a concentration in Life & Health Science);     Design
       Integrated Science (with a concentration in          BA Child Studies May 1             May 1: Personal
       Science & Ethics); Integrated Science (with a                                           Information
       concentration in Science & Policy); Integrated                                          Package
       Science (with a concentration in Science &
       Technology);                                        Applications may be received after these
CK     Science Major (four-year program) s                 deadlines with no guarantee that they will be
       Biochemistry; Biology; Earth Sciences;              processed in time for the session requested.
       Environmental Science; Physics
                                                           Semester Entry Points
School of Social Work –                                    Full-time and part-time entry are available in
B. Social Work (BSW Honours)                               September and January; not all programs are available
CSW Social Work                                            in January. Part-time entry is available in May and July;
                                                           not all programs are available for the summer session.
Certificate Programs
CL     Certificate in Public Service Studies               Scholarships
                                                           At Carleton University, we reward academic excellence
Programs Requiring One Year or More of                     and recognize financial need with generous scholarship
Postsecondary Studies                                      and bursary programs. If you are entering Carleton
CP    Certificate in Teaching English as a Second          with a secondary school average of 80 percent or
      Language – Upper Year                                better, you will automatically be considered for one of


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our entrance scholarships. An application will only be      Admission Processing Charge
required if you wish to be considered for one of our        All applicants, except current CEGEP applicants, are
24 Prestige Entrance Scholarships. All entrance and         required to pay a $59 non-refundable administrative
Prestige Scholarships are renewable with “A-” standing      fee directly to the Ontario Universities’ Application
and may be renewed each year that you are a full-time       Centre (OUAC).
student at Carleton.
                                                            Mature Applicants
A Carleton University Entrance Bursary, granted on the      Mature Applicants are persons who satisfy all of the
basis of financial need, will provide you with additional   following requirements:
funds to help you meet the direct education costs of        1. they are Canadian citizens or permanent residents
your first-year studies. To be considered for an Entrance       of Canada;
Bursary, students may apply online by visiting the          2. they do not meet the normal admission
Awards Office website. For more information about               requirements as published in the Carleton University
our scholarships and bursary programs, government               Calendar (www.carleton.ca/calendars/ugrad/current/
student loans, and our work-study program, please visit         regulations/admissions/admgen16.html);
the Awards Office website at www.carleton.ca/awards/        3. they have been away from full-time studies for a
or contact us at 613-520-3600.                                  minimum of two calendar years; and
                                                            4. they have not attended a university or college as
Residence Accommodation                                         full-time students.
3,523 residence spaces are available, 71 percent of which
are reserved for first-year students. Eleven residence      Applicants who meet the definition of Mature
buildings offer co-educational living, with a limited       Applicant will be considered for admission to a BA
number of single-gender space (as demand dictates).         program in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences or
The residence fee includes a room, phone, internet          in the Faculty of Public Affairs, or to a degree program
service and a meal plan that may include up to 19 meals     in Engineering, Architecture, Computer Science,
per week (with choice of breakfast, lunch, dinner or        Humanities, Industrial Design, Mathematics, Science,
brunch on weekends) in the residence cafeteria, or a        Information Technology, or Social Work.
combination of meals and cash credits that permit meal
purchases in other university food outlets.                 These applicants are required to submit biographical
                                                            information and a transcript of their most recent
Current secondary school and CEGEP students who have        studies.
been admitted to first-year studies by May 29, 2012,
will receive an offer of residence that must be returned    University Transfers
by June 7, 2012. The remaining rooms are allocated by       As a general rule, if applicants have successfully
lottery on June 11, 2012, to students who indicated an      completed courses from a recognized university or
interest on the OUAC application and have applied for       college, or from selected secondary school curricula
residence. Upon acceptance of a room offer, a deposit       such as IB or AP, they will be considered for advanced
is required.                                                standing at Carleton. All previous studies will be
                                                            assessed once the necessary official transcripts
Disability Services                                         and course descriptions have been received by the
Carleton University provides individualized academic        Admissions Office. Please note that course descriptions
accommodations and support services for students            from universities and colleges outside Canada and the
with disabilities through the Paul Menton Centre for        U.S. must be certified by the institution. In all cases, the
Students with Disabilities (PMC). All main buildings        credit advanced standing applicants receive depends
on campus are connected by a common tunnel system           on the grades they achieved, the type of institution
that facilitates travel during the winter months.           they attended, the degree program(s) at Carleton they
Accessible rooms and a 24-hour Attendant Services           are applying for and the relevance of the course to
program are available in residence for students with        their proposed degree.
physical disabilities. Extended services for students
with documented learning disabilities are available. All    Academic Documents and Supplementary
qualified students with disabilities who provide proper     Information (See the “Deadlines” Chart)
documentation from a health care professional will          Official transcripts of all studies must be submitted
be accommodated. Please contact us at 613-520-6608          to Admissions Services. For most degree programs,
(voice) or 613-520-3937 (TTY) or pmc@carleton.ca and/       academic grades are the sole basis for admission
or visit our website at www.carleton.ca/pmc/ for more       except for the degrees listed in the “Deadlines” chart.
information.                                                Supplementary applications are not required except
                                                            for Social Work and Child Studies. For instructions on



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submitting documents that originate from outside            Further Information
North America, go to www1.carleton.ca/admissions/           Carleton University
howtoapply/ and click on “Forms and Procedures”.            Undergraduate Recruitment Office
                                                            315 Robertson Hall
Additional Program Information                              1125 Colonel By Drive
Programs that are available through both a regular          Ottawa ON K1S 5B6
(non-co-op) and co-operative education system are
identified above in the university programs and codes       Telephone:     613-520-3663
by a square symbol (n).                                     Toll-free:     1-888-354-4414 (from within Canada)
                                                            Fax:           613-520-3847 (inquiries)
Students apply to Directed Interdisciplinary Studies        Email:         liaison@carleton.ca
after first year. Students interested in the BA in Child    Website:       www.carleton.ca or
Studies must have a diploma in Early Childhood                             http://admissions.carleton.ca
Education in order to be considered for admission.

English Language Requirements
Students can prove their language proficiency in a
number of ways. They can either demonstrate that
                                                            University of Guelph
they have completed their last three years of full-time
secondary or postsecondary study in a country where
the primary language is English, and in a school where      s     Specify subject of major interest on the
the language of instruction is exclusively English (e.g.,         application.
in a British, American or Australian curriculum or the      n     Program is also available by co-operative
International Baccalaureate), or they can submit one of           education. Specify on the application, if
the English language test scores outlined below.                  applicable.
                                                            u     Program available by co-operative education
Students who cannot demonstrate three full-time years             only.
in an English language school as outlined above must        l     Applicants to these programs must complete
submit a language test result.                                    supplementary documentation. Please refer to
                                                                  http://admission.uoguelph.ca/suppforms
Minimum TOEFL Score: 580 PBT; 86 iBT with a
minimum of 22 on Speaking and Writing, and 20 on            Notes:
Listening and Reading                                       Co-operative education programs are available only to
                                                            semester-one applicants.
Minimum IELTS Score: 6.5 with no band below 6
                                                            Bachelor programs listed as General are three years in
Minimum CAEL Score: 70                                      length. The remaining Bachelor programs are Honours,
                                                            which are four years in length.
Minimum MELAB Score: 85 overall with no section
below 80                                                    Students can expect to receive only one offer of
                                                            admission from the University of Guelph. It is important
Applicants whose language test scores fall below            that you rank your preferred program as your first
these listed cut-offs may still be eligible for admission   choice. Your other choices will only be considered if
with Carleton’s Foundation program. The Foundation          you are not admitted to your highest ranking choice.
program allows students to earn academic credits
while completing English requirements for full-time         Students who apply but are not offered admission to
study and it is composed of up to three courses that are    co-operative education programs will automatically be
geared toward helping students develop their English        considered for the Honours alternate in their chosen
language skills. Students who successfully complete the     area.
Foundation program will be eligible to begin full-time
degree studies.                                             Bachelor of Applied Science (BASc)
                                                            GAD Adult Development n
For more information, visit:                                GS    Applied Human Nutrition
www.admissions.carleton.ca/international/.                  GYF Child, Youth & Family n




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                                      aux universités de l’Ontario – 2012
Bachelor of Arts (BA) Honours                           Bachelor of Computing (BComp) General
(four-year program)                                     (three-year program)
GCJ    Criminal Justice & Public Policy                 GCG General Bachelor of Computing
GFS    Studio Art
GK     All Other Arts Majors/Specializations s          Bachelor of Science (BSc) Honours
       Anthropology; Applied Mathematics &              (four-year program)
       Statistics u; Art History; Classical Studies;    GZB Biomedical Sciences
       English; Economics n; Environmental              GZ     All other science majors/specializations s
       Governance; European Studies; Food,                     Animal Biology; Applied Mathematics &
       Agriculture & Resource Economics; French                Statistics u; Biochemistry n; Biodiversity;
       Studies; Geography; Hispanic Studies; History;          Biological & Pharmaceutical Chemistry n;
       Information Systems & Human Behaviour;                  Biological Science; Biophysics n; Chemical
       International Development; Mathematics;                 Physics n; Chemistry n; Environmental Biology;
       Mathematical Economics n; Music; Philosophy;            Environmental Geoscience & Geomatics; Food
       Political Science; Psychology n; Sociology;             Science n; Human Kinetics; Mathematics;
       Statistics; Theatre Studies                             Marine & Freshwater Biology; Microbiology n;
                                                               Molecular Biology & Genetics; Nanoscience n;
Bachelor of Arts (BA) General                                  Nutritional & Nutraceutical Sciences; Plant
(three-year program)                                           Science; Physical Science; Physics n; Psychology:
GNG Major to be Determined                                     Brain & Cognition; Statistics; Theoretical Physics;
GKG All other arts subjects s Anthropology;                    Toxicology n; Wildlife Biology & Conservation;
      English; French Studies; Geography; Hispanic             Zoology
      Studies; History; International Development;
      Mathematics; Music; Philosophy; Political         Bachelor of Science (BSc) General
      Science; Sociology; Theatre Studies               (three-year program)
                                                        GZG Science Subjects s Biological Sciences; Physical
Bachelor of Arts and Science (BAS)                            Sciences
GAS Arts & Science
                                                        Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (BSc [Agr])
Bachelor of Bio-Resource Management (BBRM)              GPA Upon completion of the common first year,
GBC Environmental Management (first two years at              students will select one of the following majors:
      Ridgetown campus)                                       Animal Science; Crop, Horticultural & Turfgrass
GHG Equine Management (first two years at                     Science; Honours Agricultural Science; Organic
      Kemptville campus)                                      Agriculture

Bachelor of Commerce (BComm)                            Bachelor of Engineering (BEng)
GBK Accounting                                          GBO Bachelor of Engineering – Undeclared (first year
GBB Food & Agricultural Business n                            only)
GC    Hotel & Food Administration nl                    GBM Biological Engineering n
GBF Human Resources Management                          GBI   Biomedical Engineering n
GBD Management Economics & Finance n                    GBL Computer Engineering n
GBE Marketing Management n                              GEK Engineering Systems & Computing n
GBJ   Public Management n                               GBN Environmental Engineering n
GHR Real Estate & Housing n                             GME Mechanical Engineering n
GBT Tourism Management l                                GBR Water Resources Engineering n
GBU Undeclared major (first year only)
                                                        Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences
Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (BLA)                (BSc [Env])
GL    Landscape Architecture l                          GEA Upon completion of the common first year,
                                                               students will select one of the following majors:
Bachelor of Computing (BComp) Honours                          Ecology; Environmental Economics & Policy;
(four-year program)                                            Environmental Geography; Environmental
GCT Computer Science n                                         Sciences. All majors have the co-op option. n
GBS Software Engineering n
                                                        Associate Diploma Programs
                                                        GTM Turfgrass Management l




54                      OUAC 105 Application for Admission to Undergraduate Programs
                                        at Ontario Universities – 2012
Non-Degree                                                   •	   The Centre for New Students, the first of its kind in
GND s Agriculture; Applied Science; Applied                       Canada, helps students make a successful transition
     Statistics; Arts; Arts & Science; Bio-Resource               to university.
     Management; Commerce; Computing;                        •	   The largest residence system in Ontario.
     Engineering; Environmental Sciences; Science            •	   Outstanding library system with access to more
     See the “Non-degree” section for more                        than 7.5 million items.
     information.                                            •	   56 exchange opportunities in 30 countries in
                                                                  Europe, Africa, Asia, Latin America, Oceania and
Programs Requiring More than Secondary School                     the United States.
GV    DVM Veterinary Medicine l
      Applicants are required to satisfy the Ontario         Scholarships
      Residency Requirement as outlined in the               •	 $14.3 million in student assistance.
      Undergraduate Calendar. There is no direct             •	 Top awards are the 12 President’s Scholarships,
      admission from secondary school. A minimum                Lincoln Alexander Scholarships, and Pamela Wallin
      of two years of a university science program is           Chancellor’s Scholarships, valued at $32,000 each.
      required for admission consideration.
                                                             Residence Accommodation
Other                                                        Students entering in the fall and enrolling in semester
GJ    General Studies l                                      one at the Guelph campus are guaranteed a room in
      For students who have been out of secondary            residence if they apply by the deadline. More than
      school for three years or more and have no             5,000 residence spaces are available with a variety of
      university education. For further details, please      residence styles to suit every taste.
      refer to http://admission.uoguelph.ca.
GHQ Honours Equivalent                                       Accessibility
      Students from another university may upgrade           The university believes that the educational experience
      a degree from the general program to the               of university should be open to every student who is
      honours program to obtain an Honours                   academically qualified. Students with hearing, visual,
      Equivalent recognition.                                mobility, medical, psychiatric or learning disabilities are
                                                             encouraged to contact the Coordinator in the Centre
About the University of Guelph                               for Students with Disabilities to discuss their specific
The University of Guelph is considered to be one of          needs and requirements.
Canada’s best comprehensive universities, recognized for
the high quality of its teaching, research and outstanding   Application and Document Deadlines (Includes
facilities. Engaged in a wide variety of academic            Co-operative Education)
programs, Guelph’s 21,338 students and 860 faculty
members thrive on the cutting edge of their fields.           Programs             Applications Transcripts
                                                              Bachelor of          March 1         May 1–
The Campus                                                    Landscape                            Background
The beautiful main campus of 412 hectares is                  Architecture*                        Information Form
approximately an hour’s drive west of Toronto and                                                  (BIF) June 1 for
includes a 165-hectare arboretum and a 12-hectare                                                  official transcripts
Research Park.                                                Information about the program and admission can be
                                                              found on the website at http://admission.uoguelph.ca.
Our People
Full-time undergraduates: 17,436
                                                              If you wish to receive early admission consideration
Part-time undergraduates and graduates: 1,771
                                                              beginning in February 2012, you are advised to
Graduate students: 2,131
                                                              submit the required BIF and academic documents by
Full-time faculty: 860
                                                              January 11, 2012.
Staff: 1,910
Student jobs: 4,000                                           Doctor of            January 1       January 1 – MCAT
Alumni: 92,500 active alumni in more than 140                 Veterinary                           March 1 – BIF,
countries.                                                    Medicine (DVM)*                      references,
                                                                                                   transcripts
Special Characteristics                                       Doctor of            December 1      February 1 – BIF,
•	 Over    $158.6    million    in  annual research           Veterinary                           references,
   funding makes Guelph one of Canada’s most                  Medicine                             transcripts
   research-intensive universities.                           (international
                                                              students)

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                                       aux universités de l’Ontario – 2012
                                                         Secondary School (Semester One) Applicants
 Programs           Applications Transcripts
                                                         Secondary school students from outside Ontario as well
 Information about the program and admission can         as Ontario students not currently enrolled full time in
 be found on the website at www.ovc.uoguelph.ca          secondary school who are applying to semester one
 Turfgrass          January 11      February 15          are strongly advised to submit their application and
 Management*                                             transcripts no later than March 1, since many programs
                                                         fill and close by mid-June. International secondary
* Programs require supplementary documentation.          school applicants must complete the application process
Applicants will be informed of the required forms and    by March 1 (including submission of official documents/
deadlines at the point of application. Forms will be     transcripts, etc.) to be fully considered for all programs,
available electronically.                                scholarships and residence. To be considered for an
                                                         early offer of admission, students should apply no later
All Other Programs – Fall Semester                       than early January.

 Programs          Applications      Transcripts         Postsecondary Transfers
 Secondary         March 1           April 15            The University of Guelph welcomes applications
 School                                                  from students who wish to transfer from another
 Applicants                                              postsecondary institution. Applicants are considered in
                                                         competition with other transfer applicants, taking into
 Mature            May 1             June 1
                                                         consideration program academic requirements and
 Students/
                                                         space availability. Applicants are encouraged to submit
 General Studies
                                                         all transcripts at the point of application, including fall
 Applicants
                                                         term results from the current year, as the University
 International     March 1           March 1             may make early conditional offers of admission.
 Secondary                                               Students offered conditional admission will be required
 School                                                  to submit final, official transcripts upon the conclusion
 Applicants                                              of their academic year. Transfer credit assessment are
 Postsecondary     May 1             June 1              normally sent with the conditional offer of admission.
 Applicants
                                                         Please visit http://admission.uoguelph.ca for details
Required Supplementary Information                       about grade requirements for each program. While
                                                         students must present the minimum grade posted
 Program                     Supplementary               before their application will be considered, possession
                             Information                 of the minimum admission requirements does not
 Doctor of Veterinary        MCAT scores, references,    guarantee admission. In addition, an offer of admission
 Medicine                    Background Information      will not imply in any way that space will be available in
                             Form                        the course(s) in which the applicant wishes to register.
 General Studies             General Studies Student
                                                         Students previously registered at the University of
                             Profile
                                                         Guelph, the University of Guelph-Humber, or either
 BLA                         Background Information      of the regional campuses, should not use this form.
                             Form                        For details, please visit www.uoguelph.ca/admissions/
 BComm (HAFA &               Background Information      internal/.
 Tourism)                    Sheet
 Turfgrass Management        Supplementary               Submission of Documents
                             Information Form            Official, final transcripts for all academic work taken
                                                         at the secondary and postsecondary level must be
                                                         submitted to Admission Services, Office of Registrarial
Semester Entry Points
                                                         Services, directly from the attended institution. It is the
Semester one applicants are admitted to the fall
                                                         applicant’s responsibility to arrange for submission of
semester only. Postsecondary transfer applicants are
                                                         these documents. Admission decisions will be based on
normally considered for all three entry points. Some
                                                         these official documents and the availability of space.
programs, however, may have limited access during
the winter and summer entry points. A minority of
                                                         Admission consideration cannot be guaranteed for
programs have only fall entry. Entry point options are
                                                         applications and documents that are received after
listed by program and specialization within the online
                                                         the deadline dates, due to space limitations that may
application. Please contact Admission Services for
                                                         exist within programs. Students are encouraged to
details regarding deadlines and requirements.


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                                        at Ontario Universities – 2012
complete their file as soon as possible. Please note that   Distance Education
all documents submitted in support of an application        Applicants who wish to enroll in distance education
become the property of the University of Guelph and         courses only and who are not currently interested
will not be returned. Should you choose to re-apply for     in pursuing a degree should not use this form.
a future entry point you will be required to resubmit       Visit the Office of Open Learning’s website at
your documents.                                             www.open.uoguelph.ca or call 519-767-5010 to register
                                                            as an Open Learning Program student.
Assessment Fee
All applicants, except those who are currently              Co-op and Transfer Students
attending full-time studies in the final year of a          College/university transfer applicants may only apply
Canadian secondary school or CEGEP program and have         to the regular program and may apply to transfer
not previously attended a postsecondary institution,        to the co-op program during their first semester at
are required to submit to the OUAC a non-refundable         Guelph provided that they have received fewer than
$60 assessment fee. Applicants to GJ (General Studies),     5.0 transfer credits. A co-op application fee will be
GND (Non-degree) and those coming from Six Nations          required.
Polytechnics are not required to pay this fee. The
cheque or money order payable to the “Ontario               Further Information
Universities’ Application Centre” should include your       Admission Services
OUAC Reference Number.                                      Office of Registrarial Services
                                                            University of Guelph
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Evaluation Fee                50 Stone Road East
Applicants to the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine             Guelph ON N1G 2W1
program are required to submit, directly to the
Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC), a          Telephone:   519-824-4120, extension 58721 or
non-refundable fee of $100. Please refer to the fees                     519-821-2130
chart in this publication for further information.          AskGryph:    http://askgryph.registrar.uoguelph.ca
                                                            Website:     http://admission.uoguelph.ca
English Proficiency Requirement                             Undergraduate Calendar:
Applicants whose primary language is not English                         www.uoguelph.ca/undergrad_calendar/
should consult the current Undergraduate Calendar or
contact Admission Services about requirements. Detailed
information regarding English proficiency and other
requirements for international students is also available   University of Guelph-Humber
on our website at http://admission.uoguelph.ca.
                                                            Honours Bachelor of Applied Arts (BAA)
Non-degree                                                  GMT Honours Bachelor of Applied Arts in
A university graduate who does not intend to pursue              Media Studies and a Diploma in Media
a second undergraduate degree, but who wishes to                 Communications with an area of emphasis in
enroll in university degree courses to upgrade his or            Digital Communications, Image Arts, Journalism
her academic qualifications (e.g., upgrading a degree            or Public Relations
or gaining credits for admission to a graduate or other
academic program), should apply to Non-degree. At           Bachelor of Applied Arts (BAA) (General)
the time of application, post-degree applicants are         GMU Bachelor of Applied Arts in Justice Studies for
required to submit a statement of intent to Admission             Professionals
Services. Students who wish to attend the University as a
visiting student on a Letter of Permission should contact   Honours Bachelor of Applied Science (BASc)
Admission Services directly.                                GHE Honours Bachelor of Applied Science in Early
                                                                 Childhood and Diploma in Early Childhood
Mature Students                                                  Education
All applicants to the University of Guelph must             GHF Honours Bachelor of Applied Science in Family
meet the requirements. For details about admission               & Community Social Services and Social Service
requirements for mature students, please visit                   Workers’ Diploma
http://admission.uoguelph.ca. If you believe that           GHH Honours Bachelor of Applied Science in Early
you qualify as a mature student please remember to               Childhood Degree Completion for Professionals
select “Yes” when asked “Are you applying under             GMP Honours Bachelor of Applied Science in Justice
mature student regulations?” while completing the                Studies and Diploma in Police Foundations or
application.                                                     Community and Justice Services*



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GHK Honours Bachelor of Applied Science in               knowledge, experience and expertise in their field of
    Kinesiology and Diploma in Fitness & Health          study.
    Promotion
GMA Honours Bachelor of Applied Science in               Location
    Psychology and Diploma in General Arts &             The University is located in Toronto, Canada’s largest
    Science with area of emphasis in Business,           and most diverse city.
    Human Services or Justice Studies.
                                                         Scholarships
Honours Bachelor of Business                             Over $2 million was awarded to students in 2010-2011.
Administration (BBA)
GDB Honours Bachelor of Business Administration          Residence
     and Diploma in Business Administration              Residence is available on a space available basis to
     with areas of emphasis in International             transfer students who have received an offer of
     Business, Finance, Accounting, Marketing,           admission. All rooms in residence are single rooms with
     Management*, or Small Business Management           various living options available.
     and Entrepreneurship
                                                         Postsecondary Transfers
* Pending approval from University of Guelph Senate.     The    University      of   Guelph-Humber       welcomes
                                                         applications from students who wish to transfer from
The University of Guelph-Humber                          another postsecondary institution. Admission is not
Since 2002, the University of Guelph-Humber has          automatic, as applications are assessed in competition
offered students an exciting option in postsecondary     with other transfer applicants, taking into consideration
education. In each of the University’s seven programs,   academic requirements and enrollment capacity.
students earn an honours degree from the University of   Applicants are encouraged to submit all transcripts,
Guelph and a diploma from Humber College Institute       including fall term results from the current year, at the
of Technology and Advanced Learning (Humber) in          time of application, as the university may make early
four years of full-time study.                           conditional offers of admission to qualified applicants.
                                                         Students with conditional offers will be required to
Located in Toronto, students at the University of        submit official final transcripts upon conclusion of their
Guelph-Humber study a rigorous curriculum, combined      academic year. Transfer credit statements are sent with
with hands-on workplace experience, that prepares        the offer of admission.
graduates for success in their careers, professional
schools and graduate programs.                           Please     visit   www.guelphhumber.ca/admissions/
                                                         for details about requirements for each program.
More information can be found online at:                 Possession of the minimum admission requirements
www.guelphhumber.ca.                                     does not guarantee admission.

Why Students Choose the                                  Students previously registered at the University of
University of Guelph-Humber                              Guelph or the University of Guelph-Humber should not
Degree + Diploma                                         use this form. For details, please visit:
Students earn an honours degree from the University      www.guelphhumber.ca.
of Guelph and a specialized diploma from Humber in
four years of full-time study. Graduates are prepared    Submission of Documents
to succeed in their chosen career or pursue further      Official, final transcripts for all academic work taken
studies.                                                 at the secondary and postsecondary level must be
                                                         submitted to the University of Guelph-Humber
Community                                                Admissions directly from the institution concerned. It is
With a population of 3,400, University of                the applicant’s responsibility to arrange for submission
Guelph-Humber students are part of a close-knit          of these documents. Admission decisions will be based
community and enjoy dynamic classroom discussions        on these official documents and space availability.
and personal connections with faculty, classmates and
staff.                                                   Admission consideration cannot be guaranteed for
                                                         applications and documents that are received after
Academic Program                                         the deadline dates, due to space limitations that may
Each program offers a strong theoretical foundation,     exist within programs. Students are encouraged to
complemented by industry placements, that give           complete their file as soon as possible. Please note that
students an opportunity to build confidence through      all documents submitted in support of an application



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become the property of the University of Guelph and        Program       Entry Point     Deadlines
will not be returned. Should you choose to re-apply for
a future entry point you will be required to resubmit      Business      May 2012        Applications deadline
your documents.                                                          and             for May 2012:
                                                                         September       February 1
Assessment Fee                                                           2012            Document deadline:
All applicants, except those who are currently                                           March 1
attending full-time studies in the final year of a
Canadian secondary school or CEGEP program and have                                      Applications deadline
not previously attended a postsecondary institution,                                     for September 2012:
are required to submit to the OUAC a non-refundable                                      May 1
$60 assessment fee. Applicants to GJ (General Studies),                                  Document deadline:
GND (Non-degree) and those coming from Six Nations                                       June 1
Polytechnics are not required to pay this fee. The         Kinesiology   May 2012        Applications deadline:
cheque or money order payable to the “Ontario                            only            February 1
Universities’ Application Centre” should include your                                    Document deadline:
OUAC Reference Number.                                                                   March 1
                                                           Early         May 2012        Applications deadline:
 Program        Admission Requirements                     Childhood:    only            February 1
 Business       Transfer applicants who have               Degree                        Document and
                completed a high-affinity diploma          Completion                    portfolio deadline:
                may be considered for May 2012                                           March 1
                entry.                                     All           September       Applications deadline:
 Kinesiology    Transfer applicants who have               programs      2012            May 1
                completed a Fitness & Health                                             Document deadline:
                Promotion or Lifestyle & Fitness                                         June 1
                Management diploma may be                  BAA in        September       Applications deadline:
                considered for May 2012 entry.             Justice       2012 only       June 1
 Early          The Honours Bachelor of Applied            Studies                       Document and resumé
 Childhood:     Science in Early Childhood Degree                                        deadline: June 1
 Degree         Completion program is open to early
 Completion     childhood professionals with:             Secondary School (Semester One) Applicants
                •	 A completed Early Childhood            Secondary school students from outside Ontario as
                    Education diploma (or                 well as Ontario students not currently enrolled full
                    recognized equivalent)                time in secondary school who are applying to semester
                •	 A minimum of three years work          one in the fall are strongly advised to submit their
                    experience                            application and transcripts no later than March 1, since
                •	 Submission of professional             many programs become full by mid-June. International
                    portfolio.                            secondary school applicants must complete the
                Please visit http://guelphhumber.ca       application process by March 1 (including submission
                for details regarding the portfolio       of official documents/transcripts, etc.) to be fully
                requirements.                             considered for all programs, and residence.
 All programs   Transfer applicants who have
                                                          Mature Students
                completed postsecondary programs
                                                          Applicants to the University of Guelph-Humber who
                may apply for September 2012 entry.
                                                          are 21 years of age or older and have not taken any
 BAA in Justice The Bachelor of Applied Arts in           postsecondary courses are considered mature students
 Studies        Justice Studies program is open to all    and must qualify academically. For details about
                law enforcement practitioners with:       admission requirements for mature students, please
                •	 A minimum of three years               visit http://guelphhumber.ca/admissions/.
                    related experience
                •	 Completed college diploma              Visiting Students (Non-degree)
                    in Police Foundations or              University graduates or visiting students who wish
                    Community and Justice Services.       to enroll in degree courses to upgrade their degree
                                                          or to gain credit for admission to a graduate or
                                                          other academic program should apply as a Visiting/


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Non-degree student on a space-available basis.            that co‑op options do not start until year three of the
Application and admission details are available at        degree program.
http://guelphhumber.ca/admissions/.
                                                          Faculty of Education
Residence                                                 Note: No supplementary information required.
Residence is available on a first-priority basis for      AWP Arts – Honours BA/BEd Primary/Junior (five-year
students who have received an offer of admission. All           double degree) s Anthropology; English;
rooms in residence are single rooms with various living         French; Geography; History; Indigenous
options available.                                              Learning; Mathematics; Music; Philosophy;
                                                                Psychology; Sociology
Submission of Documents and                               AWJ Arts – Honours BA/BEd Junior/Intermediate
Contact Information                                             (five-year double degree) s Anthropology;
University of Guelph-Humber                                     English; French; Geography; History; Indigenous
Registrarial Services – Admission                               Learning; Mathematics; Music; Philosophy;
207 Humber College Boulevard                                    Political Science; Psychology; Sociology
Toronto ON M9W 5L7                                        AWI Arts – Honours BA/BEd Intermediate/Senior
                                                                (five-year double degree) s Anthropology;
Telephone:    416-798-1331, extension 6056                      English; English & French; French; Geography;
Fax:          416-798-3606                                      History; History & English; Indigenous Learning;
Email:        admissions@guelphhumber.ca                        Mathematics; Music; Psychology
Website:      www.guelphhumber.ca                         AOP Outdoor Recreation – Honours BOR/BEd
                                                                Primary/Junior (five-year double degree)
                                                          AOJ Outdoor Recreation – Honours BOR/BEd Junior/
                                                                Intermediate (five-year double degree)
Lakehead University                                       AOR Outdoor Recreation – Honours BOR/BEd
                                                                Intermediate/Senior (five-year double degree)
                                                          ARP Arts – BA/BEd Primary/Junior (four-year double
                                                                degree) sH Anthropology; English; French;
s     Specify subject of major interest on the                  Geography; History; Indigenous Learning;
      application.                                              Mathematics; Philosophy; Psychology :;
n     Indicates that program is also available by               Sociology; Visual Arts; Women’s Studies
      co-operative education. Specify on application,     ARJ   Arts – BA/BEd Junior/Intermediate (four-year
      if applicable.                                            double degree) s Anthropology; English;
l     Contact the university to request a                       French; Geography; History; Indigenous
      Supplementary Application Package.                        Learning; Mathematics; Philosophy; Political
H     College Transfer program available.                       Science; Psychology :; Sociology; Visual Arts;
:     Offered as a four-year BA or a five-year double           Women’s Studies
      degree.                                             ARI   Arts – BA/BEd Intermediate/Senior (four-year
t     Offered as a four-year BSc or a five-year double          double degree) s Anthropology; English;
      degree.                                                   French; Geography; History; Indigenous
                                                                Learning; Mathematics; Psychology :
Faculty of Business Administration                        ART Arts – Honours BFA/BEd Intermediate/Senior
AC     Commerce Honours (four years)                            (five-year double degree) s Visual Arts
Note: The first two years of the Honours Bachelor         AKP Kinesiology – Honours BK/BEd Primary/Junior
of Commerce (four years) and the Bachelor of                    (five-year double degree)
Administration (three years) are common. After the        AKJ Kinesiology – Honours BK/BEd Junior/
second year of the Honours Bachelor of Commerce                 Intermediate (five-year double degree)
program, students must choose to complete the             AKI   Kinesiology – Honours BK/BEd Intermediate/
program in one year with a Business Administration              Senior (five-year double degree)
degree or continue for two years in order to receive      ASP Science – Honours BSc/BEd Primary/Junior
the Honours Bachelor of Commerce degree. Students               (five-year double degree) s Anthropology;
choosing the Honours Bachelor of Commerce degree                Chemistry; Geography; Geology with a
will be required to choose from the following majors in         concentration in Physics; Mathematics; Physics
third year: Accounting n; Business Economics; Business    ASJ   Science – Honours BSc/BEd Junior/Intermediate
Finance n; Human Resources Management & Industrial              (five-year double degree) s Anthropology;
Relations n; Information Systems n; International               Chemistry; Geography; Geology with a
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ASI   Science – Honours BSc/BEd Intermediate/Senior      Faculty of Natural Resources Management
      (five-year double degree) s Anthropology;          AF    Forestry – Honours BScF (four years/five years
      Biology; Biology & Chemistry; Chemistry;                 with co-op) n H
      Computer Science; Geography; Geology;              AFE Forestry – Honours BEM n H
      Geology with a concentration in Physics;
      Mathematics; Physics; Psychology                   Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences
APT   Science – BSc/BEd Primary/Junior (four-year        Note: The recommended deadline for our Nursing
      double degree) s Anthropology; Earth               programs is February 6, 2012. Late applicants will
      Sciences; Geography; Mathematics; Natural          be considered on an individual basis. Please contact
      Science; Physics                                   the Office of Admissions and Recruitment for more
ATJ   Science – BSc/BEd Junior/Intermediate (four-year   information.
      double degree) s Anthropology; Earth               Note: All concurrent education programs are listed
      Sciences; Geography; Mathematics; Natural          under the Faculty of Education.
      Science; Physics                                   AP    Kinesiology – Honours BK (four years) n
ATI   Science – BSc/BEd Intermediate/Senior (four-year   ANC Nursing – BScN (three years)
      double degree) s Computer Science; Earth           AN    Nursing – BScN (four years) Offered in
      Sciences; Geography; Mathematics; Physics;               collaboration with Confederation College
      Psychology t                                             (Applicants apply only to Lakehead University.)
AWM   Aboriginal Education – Honours BEd Primary/        AB    Social Work – Honours BSW (four years) sH
      Junior                                                   Social Work; Social Work with a major
AWN   Native Education – BA/BEd Primary/Junior                 concentration in Gerontology; Social Work with
      (four-year double degree) s General;                     a major concentration in Indigenous Learning
      Indigenous Learning                                ABB Social Work – Honours BSW (year three)
AWO   Native Education – BA/BEd Junior/Intermediate            (Thunder Bay Campus) H
      (four-year double degree) s General;               AAG Gerontology – BA (three years) s; Bachelor
      Indigenous Learning                                      of Arts Honours – Gerontology & Psychology
AWC   Native Education – BA/BEd Intermediate/                  Major; Bachelor of Arts Honours – Gerontology
      Senior (four-year double degree) s General;              Major with Major concentration in Women’s
      Indigenous Learning                                      Studies
AWB   Native Education – BSc (General)/BEd Primary/      APP Psychology – Honours BA (four years) s;
      Junior (four-year double degree)                         Specialized Honours in Psychology; Psychology
AWA   Native Education – BSc (General)/BEd Junior/             with a major concentration in Women’s Studies;
      Intermediate (four-year double degree)                   Specialized Honours in Psychology with a major
AWD   Native Education – BSc (General)/BEd                     concentration in Women’s Studies
      Intermediate/Senior (four-year double degree)      APC Psychology – BA (three years) s
AWW   Women’s Studies – Honours BA/BEd Primary/          APD Psychology – Honours BSc (four years)
      Junior (five-year double degree)                   APE Psychology – BSc (three years) s
AWQ   Women’s Studies – Honours BA/BEd Junior/
      Intermediate (five-year double degree)             Faculty of Science and Environmental Studies
AJA   Environmental Studies – Honours BES/BEd            Note: Some of our Science programs are offered by the
      Intermediate/Senior (five-year double degree)      Faculty of Social Science & Humanities. Please see the
      Geography                                          listing for the Faculty of Social Science & Humanities
AJB   Environmental Science – Honours BESc/BEd           for additional Science programs that may not be listed
      Intermediate/Senior (five-year double degree)      here.
      Biology                                            Note: All concurrent education programs are listed
AJC   Environmental Science – Honours BESc/BEd           under the Faculty of Education.
      Intermediate/Senior (five-year double degree)      AQE Arts – Honours BA (four years) s Anthropology;
      Geography                                                  Geography; Mathematics; Northern Studies
                                                         AZ      Science – Honours BSc (four years) s
Faculty of Engineering                                           Anthropology; Applied Biomolecular
AK    Applied Science Common Year                                Science; Bioinformatics; Biology; Biology
AX    Engineering Degree with Diploma (four years                & Chemistry; Chemistry; Computer Science
      for Grade 12 applicants) snH Chemical; Civil;              (Business, Hardware or Science Option) n;
      Electrical; Mechanical; Software (Please note              Geoarchaeology; Geography; Geography
      that co-op options do not start until year three           with Geology minor; Geology; Geology with
      of the degree program)                                     major concentration in Physics; Mathematics;
                                                                 Northern Studies; Physics n; Physics with major


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    concentration in Applied Biomolecular Science;              Learning; Mathematics & Economics;
    Resource & Environmental Economics; Water                   Philosophy; Political Science H; Political
    Resource Science                                            Science Pre-Law H; Psychology & Philosophy;
AS  Science – BSc (three years) s Anthropology;                 Sociology H; Undecided; Visual Arts; Women’s
    Biology; Computer Science; Earth Sciences;                  Studies
    General; Geoarchaeology; Geography;                     AY  Outdoor Recreation – Honours BOR (four
    Mathematics; Mathematics/Physics; Natural                   years) H
    Science H; Physics; Undecided                           AV  Outdoor Recreation – Honours BOR/BA
AGG Environmental Studies – Honours BES (four                   Geography (four-year double degree) H
    years) Environmental Studies & Geography                ARH Outdoor Recreation – Honours BOR/BA History
AGA Environmental Science – Honours BESc (four                  (four-year double degree) H
    years) s Environmental Studies & Biology;               AVV Outdoor Recreation – Honours BOR/BA
    Environmental Studies & Earth Science;                      Women’s Studies (five-year double degree H
    Environmental Studies & Geography                       AVW Outdoor Recreation – Honours BOR/BA
AWR Water Resource Science – Honours BSc (four                  Women’s Studies (four-year double degree) H
    years) Applied Stream Articulated with                  ASA Outdoor Recreation – Honours BOR/BSc Natural
    Confederation College                                       Science (four-year double degree) H

Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities                   Programs Requiring Postsecondary Studies
Note: Some of our Arts programs are offered by              ABW Social Work – HBSW (one year) (degree
the Faculty of Science and Environmental Studies.                 required) (Thunder Bay campus) l
Please see the listing for the Faculty of Science and
Environmental Studies for additional Arts programs          College Transfer Programs
that may not be listed here.                                ACT Business Administration – Bachelor of
Note: The recommended deadline for our Music and                  Administration (one year) H General
Visual Arts programs is March 2, 2012. Late applicants            Management (Completion of a three-year
will be considered on an individual basis. Please contact         community college accredited Business
the Office of Admissions and Recruitment for more                 Administration diploma)
information.                                                AHT Business Commerce – Honours Bachelor of
Note: All concurrent education programs are listed                Commerce (two years) sH Accounting n;
under the Faculty of Education.                                   Business Economics; Business Finance n; Human
AQ     Arts – Honours BA (four years) s Economics;                Resources Management/Industrial Relations n;
       Economics & Political Science; English; English &          Information Systems n; International Business;
       French; English & History; English & Philosophy;           Management; Marketing n (completion of
       English with a major concentration in Women’s              a three-year community college accredited
       Studies; French; History; History & Philosophy;            Business Administration diploma)
       History & Political Science; History with a major    AXE Engineering – Bachelor of Engineering
       concentration in Women’s Studies; Indigenous               (two years) sH Chemical; Civil; Electrical;
       Learning; Indigenous Learning & Philosophy;                Mechanical; Software (completion of an
       Indigenous Learning with a major concentration             accredited Technology diploma)
       in Women’s Studies; French & Philosophy;             ANT Natural Science – Bachelor of Science (two
       Music; Northern Studies; Philosophy;                       years) (completion of an accredited Forestry/
       Philosophy & Political Science; Philosophy &               Forest Technician/Forest/Wildlife diploma) H
       Psychology; Political Science H; Political Science   ABT Social Work – Honours Bachelor of Social
       Pre-Law; Sociology H; Sociology with a major               Work H (into year two of four-year program)
       concentration in Gerontology; Sociology with               (after completion of either Child & Youth
       a major concentration in Women’s Studies;                  Worker; Community Gerontology; Development
       Women’s Studies                                            Services Worker or Social Service Workers
AQM Music – Honours BMus (four years)                             Diploma)
       Please note that an audition and theory              AFE Environmental Management – Honours
       entrance test are required to be considered for            Bachelor of Environmental Management
       admission.                                                 (two years) H (completion of an accredited
AQV Visual Arts – Honours BFA (four years) Please                 Forest Technician/Natural Resources Technician
       note that submission of a portfolio is required            diploma)
       to be considered for admission.                      AF    Forestry – Honours Bachelor of Science Forestry
AA     Arts BA (three years) s Economics; Economics/              (two years) H (completion of an accredited Forest
       Political Science; Economics/Mathematics;                  Technician/Natural Resources Technician diploma)
       English; French; General; History; Indigenous


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Articulation Agreements with Algonquin College           Studies; Northern Ontario School of Medicine; Health
ASH Applied Bio-Molecular Science – Honours BSc H        and Behavioural Sciences; Science and Environmental
      (into year three of a four-year program)           Studies; and Social Sciences and Humanities. The
      Applied Bio-Molecular Science (after completion    teaching faculty includes 286 full-time members at
      of the Biotechnology Technologist Advanced         the Thunder Bay campus. The university library, which
      diploma)                                           is the largest library in northwestern Ontario, consists
                                                         of the Chancellor Norman M. Paterson Library and the
Articulation Agreements                                  Education Library.
with Confederation College
ABT Social Work – Honours BSWH (into year two            For a comprehensive overview of the exciting learning
      of four-year program) (after completion of         opportunities available at Lakehead University, please
      either Child & Youth Worker; Community             visit our website at www.lakeheadu.ca.
      Gerontology; Development Services Worker or
      Social Service Workers Diploma)                    Campus Tours
APS Political Science – Honours BA (into year two of     Lakehead University’s Thunder Bay campus is situated
      a three-year program) (after completion of the     at the head of Lake Superior. The campus features
      Aboriginal Law & Advocacy diploma)                 a beautiful, natural environment including the
APF Arts – BA (into year two of three-year program)      McIntyre River and Lake Tamblyn. Come learn about
      s Political Science; Sociology (after completion   our extensive programs; see our teaching facilities,
      of the Law & Security Administration or Police     labs, libraries, residences, computer labs and athletic
      Foundations Training diploma)                      facilities; talk with students and faculty members of
ACB Outdoor Recreation – Honours BOR n (into year        the program in which you are interested. Tours are
      two of four-year program) (after completion of     available Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30
      the Recreation & Leisure Service diploma)          p.m. To arrange for a personalized campus tour, please
ACG Outdoor Recreation – Honours BOR/BA                  register online at www.mylakehead.ca or contact our
      Geography (four-year double degree) n              Recruitment Information Assistant, Paula Thiessen, at
      (into year two of four-year program) (after        807-343-8907.
      completion of the Recreation & Leisure Service
      diploma)                                           Scholarships/Bursaries
ACH Outdoor Recreation – Honours BOR/BA History          Students entering Lakehead University from a
      (four-year double degree) n (into year two of      community college, another university or entering as a
      four-year program) (after completion of the        mature/adult student with no previous postsecondary
      Recreation & Leisure Service diploma)              education, should contact the Office of Student Awards
ACW Outdoor Recreation – Honours BOR/BA Women’s          and Financial Aid by telephone at 807-343-8206, by
      Studies (four-year double degree) n (into year     email at financial.aid@lakeheadu.ca or on the web at
      two of four-year program) (after completion of     http://financialaid.lakeheadu.ca.
      the Recreation & Leisure Service diploma)
ACS Outdoor Recreation – Honours BOR/BSc Natural         Student Accessibility Services
      Science (four-year double degree) n (into year     Student Accessibility Services coordinates services and
      two of four-year program) (after completion of     facilitates academic accommodations for students with
      the Recreation & Leisure Service diploma)          disabilities. Academic accommodations are provided
AEC Arts – BA H (into year two of a four-year            on the basis of documentation of a disability. All
      program) Psychology; Sociology (after              students must meet the essential learning outcomes
      completion of the Early Childhood Education        for a course or program of study. Students with special
      diploma)                                           needs due to a disability are encouraged to contact
                                                         Student Accessibility Services as soon as possible to
Profile                                                  arrange for any necessary academic and/or physical
Lakehead University is a small, student-centred,         accommodations.
comprehensive university. Technologically advanced,
sensitive to student needs and located in a superior     Student Success Centre
natural environment, Lakehead University provides        The Student Success Centre (SSC) is committed to
exceptional educational value.                           helping Lakehead students throughout their university
                                                         career. The staff at the SSC are focused on enhancing
Lakehead University’s Thunder Bay campus is located      students’ self-confidence, contributing to academic
on a 117.5-hectare site. Lakehead University has         success and helping students achieve their goals to
nine faculties: Business Administration; Education;      develop life-long plans. Services include:
Engineering; Natural Resources Management; Graduate


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•	   Academic advising                                       in maintaining their heritage while furthering their
•	   Academic support                                        education. The programs offered are: Native Nurses
•	   Career exploration                                      Entry Program, Native Access Program, Native Teacher
•	   Co-operative education opportunities                    Education Program, Native Language Instructors’
•	   Job preparation                                         Program, Honours Bachelor of Education (Aboriginal),
•	   Leadership development                                  Bachelor of Arts (Indigenous Learning) and Honours
•	   Orientation and first-year experience                   Bachelor of Social Work with major concentration in
•	   Tutoring services                                       Indigenous Learning.

Email:         ssc@lakeheadu.ca                              College Transfers
Website:       http://ssc.lakeheadu.ca                       Lakehead University offers a number of college-transfer
Telephone:     807-343-8264 or 807-343-8018                  programs that allow qualified students to complete
                                                             a degree program in considerably less time. Students
Mature Students                                              interested in applying to a transfer program should use
Applicants who do not meet the general admission             the application codes and program information listed
requirements may be considered for admission as mature       under the heading of “College Transfer Programs”.
students provided that they meet the following criteria:     College diploma graduates applying for a degree
1. Are Canadian citizens or permanent residents.             transfer program are encouraged to submit their
2. Have not been engaged in full-time studies for a          application no later than March 5, 2012, for admission
    minimum of two years.                                    consideration for September 2012 entry.
3. Have attempted less than one year of full-time
    academic studies at an accredited community college.     Postsecondary Transfer Credits
4. Have never attended a university.                         Applicants who have previously attended a
5. Successfully meet the minimum program-specific            postsecondary institution and are requesting transfer
    prerequisites at the 4U/M level, or equivalent.          credit must submit official course descriptions to the
6. Can be considered by the Admissions Committee to          Office of Admissions and Recruitment at the time of
    hold promise of academic success.                        application. Transfer credits will be determined on
                                                             an individual basis upon admission and will depend
Visit our website at http://admissions.lakeheadu.ca for      on the type of program in which the applicant is
more information.                                            enrolled as well as academic performance. For more
                                                             information regarding transfer credit, please visit
Residence Accommodations                                     http://admissions.lakeheadu.ca.
Lakehead University Residence has accommodations
for 1,165 students. Eight building structures comprise       Language Requirements
the residence: Prettie Residence, Bartley Residence,         Applicants whose native language is not English and
Halliday Hall Residence, three “phases” of townhouses        who have not studied in an English-language school
and two apartment buildings constructed in 2003.             system for more than three full years will be required
The townhouses are reserved for upper-year students.         to provide proof of English language proficiency by
Residence accommodation in Prettie, Bartley or Halliday      achieving appropriate standing on one of the following
Hall Residences requires the purchase of a meal plan         tests:
that operates seven days a week and provides three           1. Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL):
meals a day. The meal plan is optional for townhouse             Minimum acceptable score is 550 (paper-based; no
and apartment residents.                                         component less than 50), 213 (computer-based; no
                                                                 component less than 17), 80 (internet-based; no
For residence application information visit our website at       component less than 19. Our institution code is 0888.
http://residence.lakeheadu.ca; telephone 807-343-8097        2. Michigan English Language Assessment
or 807-343-8060; or email us at resaccnt@lakeheadu.ca.           Battery (MELAB): Minimum acceptable score is
                                                                 85.
Access Programs                                              3. International     English     Language       Testing
Committed to promoting opportunities through                     System (IELTS): Minimum acceptable score is 6.5
education for Ontario’s and Canada’s Native people,              with no band below 6.0.
Lakehead University offers a wide range of programs          4. Canadian      Academic       English       Language
designed to encourage Native Canadians to pursue a               Assessment (CAEL): Minimum acceptable score is
university education in an academically, socially and            60.
culturally supportive environment. These preparatory
certificate, diploma and degree programs are a               Please note that applicants to Nursing are required to
unique blend of courses that assist Native students          present higher scores than those listed above. Please
                                                             contact the Office of Admissions for details.

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For international students who meet Lakehead                   Lakehead University –
University’s admission requirements but whose English
Language Proficiency test scores fall below our required       Orillia Campus
cut-offs, you may be considered for admission through
the Lakehead English Communication Program (LECP).             s     Specify subject of major interest on the
For details, please visit http://admissions.lakeheadu.ca/            application.
lecp/.                                                         n     Indicates that program is also available by
                                                                     co-operative education. Specify on application,
Co-op Education                                                      if applicable.
Lakehead University offers students the opportunity to
include a co-op experience with their degree program.          AAS Arts & Science – Honours Bachelor of
Programs that offer co-op options are indicated with a             Arts & Science s Anthropology; English;
square symbol (n). Students must apply to the academic             Environmental Sustainability; Geography;
unit that sponsors the particular degree program and               Interdisciplinary Studies
selection is based primarily upon academic credentials;        AOA Concurrent Education/Arts & Science – Honours
however, consideration is given to relevant background             Bachelor of Arts & Science/Bachelor of
information that demonstrates the applicant’s aptitude             Education (Primary/Junior) s Anthropology;
for co-op education. Note that some co-op programs                 English; Geography; Interdisciplinary Studies
begin in year one while others begin in year two or            AOS Concurrent Education/Arts & Science – Bachelor
three.                                                             of Arts & Science/Bachelor of Education
                                                                   (Primary/Junior) s Interdisciplinary Studies
Postsecondary Supplementary Fee                                AOD Business Administration – Bachelor of
All applicants who have attended a postsecondary                   Administration (one year) sH General
institution (college, university or CEGEP) will be                 Management (Completion of a three-year
required to pay a $55 supplemental fee. This                       community college accredited Business
non-refundable fee is to be paid directly to the OUAC              Administration diploma.)
along with the application fee.                                ACO Business Commerce – Honours Bachelor of
                                                                   Commerce (four years) (Orillia Campus)
Deadlines for Application                                      AOW Social Work – Honours Bachelor of Social Work
                                                                   (one year) (Orillia Campus) (degree required) l
One-year Honours
                                                               ABO Social Work – Honours Bachelor of Social Work
Bachelor of Social Work .................... January 9, 2012
                                                                   (year three) (Orillia Campus)
International students                                         ASW Social Work – Honours Bachelor of Social Work
from outside North America .................. April 6, 2012        (four years) (Orillia Campus) H

Distance Education and Online Learning                         Profile
No matter where you live in the world, you can pursue          Lakehead University – Orillia Campus opened phase
your educational goals when and where it’s most                one of its permanent facility in September 2010. The
convenient for you. From a single course to a seminar          new campus is entirely designed and built to LEED®
or an entire program, online or on-campus, we have             (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design)
the solution. For more information contact the Office          standards.
of Continuing Education and Distributed Learning at
807-346-7730 or email cedl@lakeheadu.ca.                       The Lakehead University – Orillia Campus         features
                                                               a number of dynamic programs designed            to offer
Further Information                                            students the chance to explore areas in the      Arts and
Office of Admissions and Recruitment                           Sciences, Business, Education and in the field   of Social
Lakehead University                                            Work.
955 Oliver Road
Thunder Bay ON P7B 5E1                                         Combining the same quality education that has
                                                               become synonymous with our Thunder Bay campus,
Telephone:       807-343-8500                                  the Lakehead University – Orillia Campus features
Toll-free:       1-800-465-3959                                advanced, state-of-the-art learning environments and
Toll-free        1-866-583-2043                                a student life experience that takes advantage of the
                 (from within Canada)                          lifestyle opportunities that are unique to the city of
Email:           admissions@lakeheadu.ca                       Orillia and its surrounding region.
Website:         www.lakeheadu.ca




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Residence Accommodation                                     transfer program are encouraged to submit their
Lakehead University – Orillia Campus opened its             application no later than March 4, 2012, for admission
brand new, 271-bed residence complex in September           consideration for September 2012 entry.
2011. Students who receive an Offer of Admission,
who complete their residence contract and return            Postsecondary Transfer Credits
the residence deposit by June 1, 2012 are guaranteed        Applicants who have previously attended a
a space in residence. The new Orillia residence is a        postsecondary institution and are requesting transfer
smoke-free, dormitory-style residence hall that features    credit must submit official course descriptions to the
a unique, modern design where each student has              Office of Admissions and Recruitment at the time of
their own single room and shares a bathroom with            application. Transfer credits will be determined on
only one other person. Each floor houses 40 single          an individual basis upon admission and will depend
rooms, a laundry facility, kitchenette and quiet room.      on the type of program in which the applicant is
With a full meal plan included in the accommodation         enrolled as well as academic performance. For more
package, residence hall students can enjoy extra study      information regarding transfer credit, please visit
and activity time while not worrying about meal             http://admissions.lakeheadu.ca.
preparation and cleanup.
                                                            Language Requirements
Enrollment                                                  Applicants whose native language is not English and
Full-time students: 827                                     who have not studied in an English-language school
Part-time students: 95                                      system for more than three full years will be required
                                                            to provide proof of English language proficiency by
Scholarships/Bursaries                                      achieving appropriate standing on one of the following
Students entering Lakehead University from a                tests:
community college, another university or entering as a      1. Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL):
mature/adult student with no previous postsecondary             Minimum acceptable score is 550 (paper-based; no
education, should contact the Office of Student Awards          component less than 50), 213 (computer-based; no
and Financial Aid by telephone at 807-343-8206, by              component less than 17), 80 (internet-based; no
email at financial.aid@lakeheadu.ca or on the web at            component less than 19. Our institution code is 0888.
http://financialaid.lakeheadu.ca.                           2. Michigan English Language Assessment
                                                                Battery (MELAB): Minimum acceptable score is
Mature Students                                                 85.
Applicants who do not meet the general admission            3. International     English     Language       Testing
requirements may be considered for admission as                 System (IELTS): Minimum acceptable score is 6.5
mature students provided that they meet the following           with no band below 6.0.
criteria:                                                   4. Canadian      Academic       English       Language
1. Are Canadian citizens or permanent residents.                Assessment (CAEL): Minimum acceptable score is
2. Have not been engaged in full-time studies for a             60.
     minimum of two years.
3. Have attempted less than one year of full-time           Please note that applicants to Nursing are required to
     academic studies at an accredited community college.   present higher scores than those listed above. Please
4. Have never attended a university.                        contact the Office of Admissions for details.
5. Successfully meet the minimum program-specific
     prerequisites at the 4U/M level, or equivalent.        For international students who meet Lakehead
6. Can be considered by the Admissions Committee to         University’s admission requirements but whose
     hold promise of academic success.                      English Language Proficiency test scores fall below
                                                            our required cut-offs, you may be considered
Visit our website at http://admissions.lakeheadu.ca for     for admission through the Lakehead English
more information.                                           Communication Program (LECP). For details, please visit
                                                            http://admissions.lakeheadu.ca/lecp/.
College Transfers
Lakehead University offers a number of college-transfer     Campus Tours
programs that allow qualified students to complete          We invite you to visit us at the Orillia campus. Our
a degree program in considerably less time. Students        friendly staff and faculty are here to help answer all
interested in applying to a transfer program should use     your questions to get you on your way to achieving
the application codes and program information listed        your academic goals. Visits are available Monday to
under the heading of “College Transfer Programs”.           Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. To arrange for a
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www.mylakehead.ca or contact Student Services by         LAK   Arts (four years)/BEd Concurrent (Junior/
telephone at 705-330-4008, extension 2150.                     Intermediate) (double-degree five years) l
                                                         LMG   Arts (three years) Music/BEd Concurrent
Further Information                                            (Primary/Junior) (double-degree four years) l
Lakehead University – Orillia campus                     LMI   Arts (three years) Music/BEd Concurrent (Junior/
500 University Avenue                                          Intermediate) (double-degree four years) l
Orillia ON L3V 0B9                                       LMK   Arts (four years) Music/BEd Concurrent (Primary/
                                                               Junior) (double-degree five years) l
Telephone:    705-330-4008, extension 2100               LMO   Arts (four years) Music/BEd Concurrent (Junior/
Fax:          705-329-4035                                     Intermediate) (double-degree five years) l
Email:        orillia@lakeheadu.ca                       LRM   Science (three years)/BEd Concurrent (Primary/
Website:      http://orillia.lakeheadu.ca                      Junior) (double-degree four years) l
                                                         LRG   Science (three years)/BEd Concurrent (Junior/
                                                               Intermediate) (double-degree four years) l
                                                         LRI   Science (four years)/BEd Concurrent (Primary/
Laurentian University                                    LRK
                                                               Junior) (double-degree five years) l
                                                               Science (four years)/BEd Concurrent (Junior/
                                                               Intermediate) (double-degree five years) l
                                                         LSK   Sport & Physical Education/BEd Concurrent
s     Specify subject of major interest on the                 (Primary/Junior) (double-degree five years) l
      application.                                       LSG   Sport & Physical Education/BEd Concurrent
n     Co-op option available.                                  (Junior/Intermediate) (double-degree five
l     See the “Supplementary Application” section              years) l
      below.                                             LHG   Health Promotion/BEd Concurrent (Primary/
                                                               Junior) (double-degree five years) l
Note: Some courses are available in French.              LHK   Health Promotion/BEd Concurrent (Junior/
                                                               Intermediate) (double-degree five years) l
Sudbury Campus                                           LAQ   Outdoor Adventure Leadership/BEd Concurrent
LFC  Arts Computer Science (three years)                       (Primary/Junior) (double-degree five years) l
LCS  Computer Science (four years)                       LAS   Outdoor Adventure Leadership/BEd Concurrent
LCI  Computer Science (four years) n                           (Junior/Intermediate) l
LMA Arts Music (three years) l                           LSM   Sports Psychology/BEd Concurrent (Primary/
LMC Arts Music (four years) l                                  Junior) (double-degree five years) l
LZC  Arts Mathematics (three and four years)             LSO   Sports Psychology/BEd Concurrent (Junior/
LCC  Arts (three years) s Anthropology; Classical              Intermediate) (double-degree five years) l
     Studies; Economics; English; Ethics; French;        LAA   Fine Arts (four years) sl Music; Theatre
     Geography; Gerontology; History; Italian;                 Performance; Theatre Production
     Law & Justice; Native Studies; Philosophy;          LBE   Commerce & Administration (four years)
     Political Science; Psychology; Religious Studies;   LEA   Chemical Engineering (four years)
     Sociology; Spanish; Theatre Arts; Women’s           LEG   Mechanical Engineering (four years)
     Studies                                             LEE   Mining Engineering (four years) n
LEC  Arts (four years) s Ancient Studies;                LGE   Engineering – First two years of Civil
     Anthropology; Classical Studies; Earth Sciences;          Engineering s Civil Engineering
     Economics; English; French; Geography;              LSA   Sport & Physical Education l
     Gerontology; History; Labour & Trade Union          LHE   Health Promotion l
     Studies; Law & Justice; Modern Languages;           LAE   Outdoor Adventure Leadership l
     Native Studies; Philosophy; Political Science;      LKE   Kinesiology l
     Psychology; Public Administration; Religious        LVE   Liberal Science (three years)
     Studies; Sociology; Theatre                         LVG   Liberal Science (four years)
LBS  BA Communication Studies (four years)               LYY   Midwifery l
LSE  Arts (four years) Sports Psychology l               LDC   Native Human Services (four years)
LAC Arts (three years)/BEd Concurrent (Primary/          LNE   Nursing (four years)
     Junior) (double-degree four years) l                LRE   Science (three years) s Anthropology; Biology;
LAG Arts (three years)/BEd Concurrent (Junior/                 Biomedical Physics; Chemistry; Computer
     Intermediate) (double-degree four years) l                Science; Geology; Mathematics; Physics
LAI  Arts (four years)/BEd Concurrent (Primary/          LHC   Science (four years) s Anthropology; Applied
     Junior) (double-degree five years) l                      Physics; Behavioural Neuroscience; Biochemistry;



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       Biology; Biomedical Biology; Chemistry;              In addition to a wide choice of programs, Laurentian
       Earth Sciences; Environmental Earth Science;         prides itself on personal concern for each student
       Mathematics; Psychology; Restoration Ecology;        and one of the best student to professor ratios in the
       Terrestrial Aquatic Ecology; Zoology                 province; this attention to the individual simply cannot
LRA    Forensic Science (four years)                        be equalled at larger institutions. The Laurentian
LRS    Science (four years) Radiation Therapy (with the     campus also boasts a modern, state-of-the-art library
       Michener Institute) l                                with over a million volumes.
LLE    Social Work (four years) l
LOE    Sports Administration (four years)                   French Immersion Option
                                                            Unique among universities in Canada, Laurentian offers
Georgian College (Barrie and Orillia Campuses)              the opportunity to study a wide range of programs in
LGA Arts (four years) (Georgian-Laurentian                  a flexible system that enables you to take courses in
     Collaborative Program) s English; History;             English or French.
     Political Science; Psychology; Sociology
LGC Arts (three years) (Georgian-Laurentian                 Residence Accommodations
     Collaborative Program) s English; History;             With over 1,400 spaces in seven residences, Laurentian
     Political Science; Psychology; Sociology               houses one third of its new students on campus.
LGO Arts (three years) (Georgian-Laurentian                 Accommodations include single rooms, double rooms
     Collaborative Program – Orillia campus) s Law          and apartments. An optional meal plan is available for
     & Justice; Psychology; Sociology                       students at two cafeterias, and kitchen facilities are
LGQ Arts (four years) (Georgian-Laurentian                  provided in all residences.
     Collaborative Program – Orillia campus) s Law
     & Justice; Psychology; Sociology                       Federated Universities
LLG  Social Work (Georgian-Laurentian Collaborative         Three denominational Federated Universities share
     Program – Orillia campus)                              the Laurentian campus with the non-denominational
LGK Business Administration (Georgian College)              University College: University of Sudbury (Roman
                                                            Catholic), Huntington University (United Church) and
Programs Requiring Postsecondary Studies                    Thorneloe University (Anglican). Each has its own
LME Nursing–Post RN (four years or less)                    distinctive residence and all grant Laurentian University
LNC Nurse Practitioner Full-time                            degrees.
LNA Nurse Practitioner Part-time
                                                            Admission Entry Points
History                                                     September, January and May.
Laurentian University was founded in 1960 as a
bilingual, non-denominational, regional university to       Supplementary Evaluation Fee
serve northeastern Ontario. Since then it has evolved       A supplementary fee of $40 is required of all applicants
into a diverse institution, offering more programs per      who have attended a postsecondary institution (college
student than any other university in Canada while           or university) and home-schooled students. This fee
retaining its small and unique character.                   is to be paid directly to the OUAC along with the
                                                            application fee, and is non-refundable.
Site
Laurentian is surrounded by five lakes on 750 wooded        Special Needs Services
acres. Numerous cross-country ski and hiking/jogging        Laurentian’s Special Needs Office encourages equal
trails originate on the campus, which also has access to    access, creates awareness and advocates for disabled
beaches on two of the lakes. Laurentian benefits from       students. Laurentian has installed ramps, power doors
the amenities of Sudbury, a regional municipality with      and accessible washrooms throughout the campus.
a population of 160,000. The city is the northeastern       The library provides technical and personal support
Ontario regional centre for postsecondary education,        to visually impaired students. Examination procedures
health care, tourism and business.                          are arranged on an individual basis for special needs
                                                            students.
Special Characteristics
Laurentian is a dynamic, bilingual university that          Mature Students
emphasizes study and research in humanities,                The University will consider for admission a person
social sciences, sciences and professional programs.        whose previous school performance and/or recent work
Laurentian offers students the cultural richness and        record suggests a strong possibility of academic success.
flexibility of study in either or both of the English and   In order to qualify, applicants must be 21 years of age
French languages.                                           by December 31 of the year of admission and must



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have been away from formal education for at least one        Further Information
year immediately prior to beginning university studies.      Office of Admissions
                                                             Laurentian University
University/College Transfers                                 Sudbury ON P3E 2C6
Students who wish to transfer to Laurentian University
from a college or university may be eligible for             Telephone:     705-675-4843
admission with advanced standing, provided that              Email:         admissions@laurentian.ca
they meet the criteria established by the Committee          Website:       www.admissions.laurentian.ca
on Admissions. To be considered for admission and
transfer credit, students must submit official transcripts   Affiliate University
from all postsecondary institutions attended.                Laurentian has an affiliate college in Northern
                                                             Ontario that grants Laurentian degrees: the Collège
Out-of-Province Students                                     universitaire de Hearst in Hearst.
Laurentian has established equivalent requirements
for students in secondary school systems in other            For additional admission requirements, visit:
provinces. Please contact the Admissions Office for          www.admissions.laurentian.ca.
specific information.

Supplementary Application
Forms can be obtained on our website:
www.admissions.laurentian.ca/
                                                             Université
Laurentian/Home/Departments/Liaison/
Supplementary+Application+Form.htm?Laurentian_
                                                             Laurentienne
Lang=en-CA/.

To be considered for the first round of offers, the          Consultez la section en anglais pour les
deadline date to submit the additional information is        programmes additionnels offerts par la
February 1, 2012. Additional information is required         Laurentienne.
for the following programs:
                                                             s      Précisez le domaine d’intérêt sur le demande
Bachelor of Arts in Music                                           d’admission.
Concurrent Education                                         l      Voir la section « Documentation
Fine Arts                                                           supplémentaire » plus bas.
Health Promotion
Kinesiology                                                  Programmes et codes universitaires – Temps
Outdoor Adventure Leadership                                 plein seulement
Radiation Therapy
Sport & Physical Education                                   Campus de Sudbury programmes français
Sports Psychology                                            LQF Arts Éducation (trois ans)
Midwifery                                                    LAD Arts (trois ans) s Droit et justice; Espagnol;
                                                                 Éthique; Études de la santé; Folklore; Français;
Midwifery applicants may apply to only one university            Géographie; Histoire; Italien; Philosophie;
in the province.                                                 Psychologie; Science économique; Science
                                                                 politique; Sciences religieuses; Sociologie
The deadline date to submit all supplementary                LAB Arts d’expression
application information is February 1, 2012.                 LBD Arts (quatre ans) s Droit et justice; Études de la
                                                                 santé; Français; Géographie; Histoire; Langues
Social Work                                                      modernes; Philosophie; Psychologie; Sciences de
Applicants to the second year of the program must                la terre; Science économique; Science politique;
submit a supplementary application, which can be                 Sciences religieuses; Sociologie
obtained online at www.laurentian.ca/Laurentian/Home/        LAP Arts (quatre ans) Communication publique
Departments/School+of+Social+Work/.                          LSF Arts (quatre ans) Psychologie du sport l
                                                             LZF Arts Mathématiques (trois et quatre ans)
This supplementary package must be submitted prior           LAT Baccalauréat en théâtre (quatre ans)
to March 1, 2012.                                            LBF Commerce et administration (quatre ans)
                                                             LFB Éducation physique l
                                                             LYF Sage-femme (quatre ans) l


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LNF    Sciences infirmières (quatre ans)                        Collège universitaire de Hearst
LRB    Baccalauréat ès Sciences de la Santé en                  Téléphone : 705-372-1781 ou 1-800-887-1781
       orthophonie                                              Adresse électronique : info_gen@univhearst.edu
LLF    Service social (quatre ans) l                            Web : www.uhearst.ca
LRF    Sciences (trois ans) s Biologie; Chimie;
       Mathématiques; Physique biomédicale                      Historique
LHD    Sciences (spécialisées) (quatre ans) s Biochimie;        L’Université Laurentienne a été fondée en 1960
       Biologie (options : biomédicale; biologie                avec le statut d’université régionale, bilingue et
       intégrée; Écologie terrestre et aquatique);              non confessionnelle chargée de servir le nord-est de
       Chimie; Mathématiques; Psychologie; Sciences             l’Ontario. Depuis lors, elle a pris de l’essor tout en
       de l’environnement                                       conservant son caractère unique et est devenue un
LVF    Sciences libérales (trois ans)                           établissement qui, malgré ses petites proportions, offre
LOB    Administration des sports (quatre ans)                   le plus grand nombre de programmes par rapport au
LHP    Promotion de la santé l                                  nombre d’étudiants parmi les universités canadiennes.
LAF    Leadership : activités physiques de plein air l
LKF    Kinésiologie l                                           Site
                                                                L’Université est située au confluent de cinq lacs sur un
Programmes nécessitant plus que le niveau CPO                   terrain boisé de 300 hectares sillonné de nombreuses
ou l’équivalent                                                 pistes de ski de fond, de jogging et de randonnée
LMF Infirmières autorisées                                      qui mènent à des plages au bord de deux lacs. La
LNB Infirmières et infirmier praticien temps plein              Laurentienne tire profit du centre d’activités de
LNJ   Infirmières et infirmier practicien temps partiel         Sudbury, municipalité régionale de 160 000 habitants.
                                                                Cette ville constitue le centre régional du nord-est
                                                                ontarien pour l’enseignement postsecondaire, les soins
                                                                de santé, le tourisme et les affaires.
Collège universitaire de Hearst
                                                                Caractéristiques
LHF    Arts (trois ans) s Français; Géographie; Gestion;        La Laurentienne est une université bilingue et dynamique
       Histoire; Psychologie; Sociologie                        qui met l’accent sur des études et des travaux de recherche
LGD    Administration des affaires (quatre ans)                 dans les programmes des écoles professionnelles, des
LHB    Arts (quatre ans) Psychologie                            sciences, des humanités et des sciences sociales. Elle offre
LHR    Service social (Hearst/Laurentienne – programme          à ses étudiants une richesse culturelle et la possibilité
       conjoint, quatre ans)                                    d’étudier en français et en anglais.
LHH    Commerce
LHL    Arts – Science économique (1ère année seulement)         En plus d’un grand éventail de programmes, la
LHJ    Arts – Science politique (1ère année seulement)          Laurentienne est fière de l’attention qu’elle prête à
LHT    Traduction (quatre ans) – Hearst                         chaque étudiant et étudiante; elle offre d’ailleurs le
LHN    Arts (trois ans) – Études de la santé (1ère année        meilleur rapport professeur-étudiants de la province,
       seulement)                                               réalisation impossible dans un établissement de taille
                                                                plus importante. Son campus compte également une
Collèges affiliés                                               bibliothèque ultra-moderne, avec plus d’un million de
La Laurentienne possède un collège affilié : le Collège         volumes et des équipements de pointe.
universitaire de Hearst, à Hearst, lequel décerne des
grades de la Laurentienne.                                      Résidences
                                                                Grâce à ses 1 400 places réparties dans sept résidences,
Fondé en 1953 et situé dans le nord-est de l’Ontario,           la Laurentienne loge sur le campus le tiers de
le Collège universitaire de Hearst est un établissement         ses nouveaux étudiants. Les locataires disposent
universitaire de langue française. Depuis 1996, il              de chambres simples, de chambres doubles et
est possible de poursuivre des études à plein temps             d’appartements ainsi que de cuisines communes et
également sur les campus de Kapuskasing et de                   de deux cafétérias où il est possible d’acheter des
Timmins. La petite taille de l’institution favorise les liens   plans-repas.
étroits entre professeur(e)s, étudiantes et étudiants. De
plus, les chances d’obtenir une bourse d’études sont            Universités fédérées
excellentes.                                                    Sur le campus, trois universités fédérées confessionnelles
                                                                côtoient le collège universitaire non confessionnel.
                                                                Il s’agit de l’Université de Sudbury (catholique),




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l’Université Huntington (Église unie) et l’Université        Documentation supplémentaire
Thorneloe (anglicane). Tous ces établissements offrent       Les formulaires/demandes sont disponibles sur notre
des services de résidence et décernent des grades de la      site Web:
Laurentienne.                                                www.admissions.laurentian.ca/Laurentian/Home/
                                                             Departments/Liaison/Supplementary+Application+Form.
Rentrées                                                     htm?Laurentian_Lang=fr-CA/.
Septembre, janvier et mai.
                                                             Si vous n’avez pas accès à l’internet, veuillez
Frais d’admission en sus                                     communiquer avec le Bureau des admissions. Pour
Des frais non remboursables de 40 $, remis au Centre         être considéré pour la première tournée d’offre, la
de demande d’admission aux universités de l’Ontario,         documentation supplémentaire doit être envoyée
sont exigés pour les demandes d’admission de                 avant le 1er février 2012. Vous devez soumettre la
candidates ou candidats qui ont fréquenté un collège         documentation supplémentaire ou une demande
ou une université ou qui ont été éduqués à la maison.        interne pour les programmes suivants:

Services spéciaux                                            Éducation physique
Le Bureau des besoins spéciaux a pour rôle de favoriser      Leadership‑activités de plein air
l’égalité d’accès, de sensibiliser la communauté aux         Kinésiologie
besoins des personnes handicapées et de protéger             Promotion de la santé
leurs droits. Ce bureau dispose d’une base de données        Psychologie du sport
sur les ressources communautaires offertes aux               Sage‑femme
étudiants. Le Comité des besoins spéciaux se penche
sur les points particuliers à l’université en ce domaine.    Tous les documents supplémentaires doivent parvenir
Tous les bâtiments sont dotés de rampes, de portes           au Bureau des admissions avant le 1er février 2012. On
automatiques et de salles de bains spéciales. La             ne peut choisir qu’un seul programme de Sage-femme
bibliothèque offre de l’aide technique et personnelle        dans la province.
aux étudiants handicapés visuels. Enfin, des processus
particuliers d’examens sont organisés pour les étudiants     Service social
ayant des besoins spéciaux.                                  Lorsqu’on fait demande aux années professionnelles
                                                             (deuxième année) du programme, il faut soumettre
Candidats et candidates adultes                              une demande et de la documentation supplémentaire.
L’Université peut admettre à titre d’étudiantes et           Vous devez obtenir la demande supplémentaire au :
d’étudiants adultes les personnes dont le rendement          www.laurentian.ca/Laurentian/Home/Departments/
scolaire antérieur ou le récent dossier de travail, ou les   School+of+Social+Work/SchoolofSocialWork.
deux, laissent fortement supposer qu’elles réussiront        htm?Laurentian_Lang=fr-CA/.
dans leurs études. Pour être admissibles, les personnes
doivent avoir 21 ans avant le 31 décembre de l’année         La trousse supplémentaire doit être remise avant le
où elles sont admises et ne pas avoir fréquenté              1er mars 2012.
d’établissement d’enseignement pendant l’année
précédant le début de leurs études universitaires.           Renseignements additionnels
                                                             Bureau des admissions
Admission avec équivalences universitaires                   Université Laurentienne
Les étudiants et étudiantes qui veulent passer d’un          Sudbury (Ontario) P3E 2C6
collège ou d’une autre université à l’Université
Laurentienne peuvent être admis avec équivalences            Téléphone :            705-675-4843
universitaires aux conditions que le Comité des              Adresse électronique : admissions@laurentian.ca
admissions juge nécessaires. Ils doivent alors faire         Site Web :             www.admissions.laurentienne.ca
accompagner leur demande des relevés officiels de
notes de tous les établissements d’enseignement
postsecondaire qu’ils ont fréquentés.

Candidatures des autres provinces
Pour être admises à la Laurentienne, les personnes qui
ont fait leurs études secondaires dans une autre province
doivent remplir les conditions équivalentes fixées par
l’Université. Il faut s’adresser au Bureau des admissions
pour obtenir des renseignements précis à ce sujet.


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McMaster University                                         through the common Engineering I, the Faculty
                                                            of Engineering also offers Computer Science
                                                            programs and Bachelor of Technology programs.
                                                            MC    Computer Science I s (Business Informatics;
s      Specify subject of major interest on the                   Computer Science)
       application.                                         MCC Computer Science I (Co-op) s (Business
l      Mandatory supplementary application required.              Informatics; Computer Science)
       See that section for further details.                MCI Computer Science (Above Level I)
v      Apply through the Ontario College Application        MCO Computer Science (Co-op) (Above Level I)
       Services (OCAS) at www.ontariocolleges.ca.           MBI Business Informatics (Above Level I)
                                                            MBO Business Informatics (Co-op) (Above Level I)
At McMaster, students entering most Level I programs        Note: A co-op option is available in all Engineering
(first year) normally complete a common first-year          programs and at all levels. See “Co-operative
program and then select a specific discipline as they       Education/Internship Programs” for more information.
enter Level II. Students applying to enter at Level II or
higher with advanced standing credit should indicate        MBT   BTech I s (Process Automation; Automotive
the specific discipline to which they are applying and            Vehicle Technology; Biotechnology)
select the appropriate program codes noted below as         MET   BTech – Degree-Completion Program (Above
“(Above Level I)”.                                                Level I) s (Civil Engineering Infrastructure
                                                                  Technology; Computing & Information
Students who have only completed secondary school                 Technology; Energy Engineering Technologies;
studies should apply to Level I programs and should               Manufacturing Technology)
not select any programs indicated “Above Level I”.
Applicants who have completed postsecondary studies         Faculty of Health Sciences
will normally apply to programs identified as “Above        MY      Midwifery l
Level I”.                                                   MN      Nursing I at Conestoga College v
                                                                    Nursing I at McMaster l
Faculty of Business                                                 Nursing I at Mohawk College v
(Accounting;    Finance;   Human   Resources   and          MNA Nursing (Basic-Accelerated Stream) (Above
Management;      Information  Systems;   Marketing;                 Level I) l
Operations Management)                                      MNS Health Sciences I l
MB    Business I s                                          MNT Health Sciences (Above Level I) l
MU    Commerce (Above Level I) s                            Note: Health Sciences may not be taken as a second
Note: Commerce may not be taken as a Second Degree.         degree. Applicants who have completed more than
                                                            one year of university undergraduate studies are also
Faculty of Engineering                                      ineligible for this program.
(Chemical; Chemical & Bioengineering; Civil; Computer;
Electrical; Electrical & Biomedical; Engineering Physics;   MPA   Physician Assistant Education Program l
Materials; Mechatronics; Mechanical; Software; Software
& Embedded Systems; Software & Game Design)                 Faculty of Humanities
ME      Engineering I s                                     MH    Humanities I s (Art History; Classics;
MEC Engineering I (Co-op) s                                       Communication Studies; Cultural Studies
MK      Engineering (Above Level I) s                             & Critical Theory; English; French; History;
MKC Engineering (Co-op) (Above Level I) s                         Linguistics; Cognitive Science of Language;
MJ      Engineering & International Studies (Above                Multimedia; Peace Studies; Philosophy;
        Level I) s                                                Philosophy & Biology; Philosophy &
MJC Engineering & International Studies (Co-op)                   Mathematics; Theatre & Film)
        (Above Level I) s                                   MF    Humanities – BA (Above Level 1) (Art History;
MP      Engineering & Management (Above Level I) s                Classics; English; French; History; Music;
MPC Engineering & Management (Co-op) (Above                       Philosophy; Theatre & Film)
        Level I) s                                          MG    Humanities – BA Honours (Above Level I) s
MI      Engineering & Society (Above Level I) s                   (Art History; Classics; Cognitive Science of
MIC Engineering & Society (Co-op) (Above Level I) s               Language; Communication Studies; Cultural
                                                                  Studies & Critical Theory; English; French;
In addition to the aforementioned Accredited                      History; Linguistics; Multimedia; Peace Studies;
Engineering programs which are accessed                           Philosophy; Philosophy & Biology; Philosophy &
                                                                  Mathematics; Theatre & Film)



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MM     Music I (Note: Applicants must contact the                Mathematics & Statistics [Statistics/Co-op];
       School of the Arts to arrange an audition –               Medical Physics; Medical Physics [Co-op];
       held February to May.)                                    Molecular Biology & Genetics; Molecular
MHS    Studio Art I (pending Ministry approval) (Note:           Biology & Genetics [Co-op]; Physics; Physics
       Applicants must contact the School of the                 [Astrophysics]; Physics [Biophysics]; Physics
       Arts to arrange a portfolio interview –                   [Co-op]; Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour;
       held February to April.)                                  Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour [Music
                                                                 Cognition])
Faculty of Science
MEE Environmental & Earth Sciences I s (Biology &          Faculty of Social Sciences
      Environmental Sciences; Earth & Environmental        ML    Social Sciences I s (Anthropology; Economics;
      Science; Environmental Sciences; Geography &               Economics & Computer Science; Economics
      Environmental Sciences)                                    & Mathematics; Geography; Geography &
MIS   Honours Integrated Science I l                             Environmental Studies; Gerontology; Health
MV    Honours Kinesiology I                                      Studies; Health Aging & Society; Indigenous
MLS Life Sciences I s (Biochemistry; Biochemistry                Studies; Labour Studies; Political Science;
      [Biomedical Sciences/Co-op]; Biochemistry                  Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour; Religious
      [Biotechnology/Co-op]; Biology; Biology                    Studies; Social Psychology; Social Work;
      [Physiology]; Biology & Environmental                      Sociology)
      Sciences; Biology & Mathematics; Biology             MT    Social Sciences – BA Honours (Above Level I) s
      & Pharmacology [Co-op only]; Biology &                     (Anthropology; Economics; Economics &
      Psychology; Chemical Biology; Chemical Biology             Computer Science; Economics & Mathematics;
      [Co-op]; Life Sciences; Molecular Biology                  Geography; Geography & Environmental
      & Genetics; Molecular Biology & Genetics                   Studies; Gerontology; Health Studies;
      [Co-op]; Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour;             Labour Studies; Political Science; Psychology,
      Psychology; Neuroscience & Behaviour [Music                Neuroscience & Behaviour; Religious Studies;
      Cognition])                                                Social Psychology; Sociology)
MZ    Mathematics & Statistics I s (Biology                MQ    Social Sciences BA (Above Level I) s
      & Mathematics; Mathematical Science;                       (Anthropology; Economics; Geography;
      Mathematics & Computer Science; Mathematics                Health Aging & Society; Indigenous Studies;
      & Physics; Mathematics & Statistics; Mathematics           Labour Studies; Political Science; Psychology,
      & Statistics [Mathematics/Co-op]; Mathematics &            Neuroscience & Behaviour; Religious Studies;
      Statistics [Statistics/Co-op])                             Sociology)
MRS Medical Radiation Sciences I                           MO    Arts/Social Work (combined) (Above
MPS Physical Sciences I s (Chemical Biology;                     Level I) sl (Anthropology; Economics;
      Chemical Biology [Co-op]; Chemistry; Chemistry             Geography; Health Aging & Society; Indigenous
      [Co-op]; Mathematics & Physics; Medical                    Studies; Labour Studies; Political Science;
      Physics; Medical Physics [Co-op]; Physical                 Religious Studies; Sociology)
      Sciences; Physics; Physics [Astrophysics]; Physics
      [Biophysics]; Physics [Co-op])                       Interdisciplinary
MA    Science – BSc (Above Level I) s (Environmental       (Honours Arts & Science or Combined Honours Arts &
      Sciences; Life Sciences; Mathematical Science;       Science program with a Humanities, Science or Social
      Physical Sciences)                                   Sciences discipline)
MD    Science – BSc Honours (Above Level I) s              MX     Arts & Science I l
      (Biochemistry; Biochemistry [Biotechnology/
      Co-op]; Biochemistry [Biomedical Sciences/           Other Program Codes
      Co-op]; Biology; Biology [Physiology]; Biology &     MCS Continuing (Above Level I) – requires an
      Environmental Sciences; Biology & Mathematics;             undergraduate degree
      Biology & Pharmacology [Co-op only]; Biology         MLP Letter of Permission (Above Level I) (Visiting
      & Psychology; Chemical Biology; Chemical                   Student)
      Biology [Co-op]; Chemistry; Chemistry [Co-op];       MSD Second Degree (Above Level I) s
      Earth & Environmental Sciences; Environmental              (Anthropology; Art; Art History; Biochemistry;
      Sciences; Geography & Environmental Sciences;              Biology; Biology & Mathematics; Biology &
      Kinesiology; Life Sciences; Mathematical                   Pharmacology; Biology & Psychology; Chemical
      Science; Mathematics & Computer Science;                   Biology; Chemical Engineering; Chemistry;
      Mathematics & Physics; Mathematics & Statistics;           Civil Engineering; Classics; Communication
      Mathematics & Statistics [Mathematics/Co-op];              Studies; Computer Engineering; Computer


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       Science; Economics; Economics & Computer                Applicants currently residing in Canada, for
       Science; Economics & Mathematics;                       undergraduate programs not listed below:
       Electrical Engineering; Engineering Physics;            May 1     Applications
       English; French; Geography; Geography &                 May 15    Documents
       Environmental Sciences; Gerontology; Health
       Aging & Society; Health Studies; History;
                                                               Program             Application     Mandatory
       Indigenous Studies; Labour Studies; Life
                                                                                                   Supplementary
       Sciences; Linguistics; Materials Engineering;
                                                                                                   Application
       Materials Science; Mathematics & Computer
       Science; Mathematics & Physics; Mathematics             Arts & Science      February 1      February 1
       & Statistics; Mechatronics; Mechanical                  Health Sciences I   February 1      February 1
       Engineering; Medical Physics; Medical Radiation
                                                               Health Sciences     April 15        April 15
       Sciences; Molecular Biology & Genetics; Music;
                                                               (above Level I)
       Peace Studies; Philosophy; Physics; Political
       Science; Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour;          Honours             February 1      February 1
       Psychology; Religious Studies; Social Work;             Integrated
       Sociology; Software Engineering; Software               Science
       Engineering & Game Design; Theatre & Film               Midwifery           February 1      February 1
       Studies)                                                (including
                                                               submission
At the time of publication the information in                  of all official
this document was correct. Deadlines and entry                 transcripts)
requirements are under review in a number of areas.
For up-to-date information, visit:                             Physician Assistant February 1      February 1
http://registrar.mcmaster.ca/future/.                          (including
                                                               submission of all
Admission Decisions                                            official transcripts
Attainment       of   minimum      requirements     for        and required
undergraduate programs does not guarantee admission            documents)
to McMaster University. An appeal procedure will not           Science Co-op       February 1
be available for decisions on admission or re-admission        Social Work         December 1      March 1
to the university. Please see the full policy at:
                                                               Bachelor of         February 15
http://registrar.mcmaster.ca/CALENDAR/current/.
                                                               Technology          (May intake);
                                                               (above Level I)     July 15
Non-Refundable Application Fees
                                                                                   (September
McMaster University will not refund any portion
                                                                                   intake);
of fee payments for application to the university.
                                                                                   November 15
Please ensure that you have carefully researched your
                                                                                   (January
application and the university’s admission policies
                                                                                   intake)
and procedures before you submit your application.
University contact information is listed at the end of
this document.                                                 Nursing             Application     Mandatory
                                                               Programs                            Supplementary
Deadlines                                                                                          Application
All programs have enrollment limits and may become
full prior to published deadlines. The University reserves     Nursing             May 1
the right, at its sole discretion, not to accept, process or   (secondary school
adjudicate applications or amendments to applications          applicants)
to any program at any time. You are advised to submit          Nursing (university February 1      February 1
your application and/or amendments well in advance             transfer applicants
of the deadlines listed below.                                 from programs
                                                               other than
International applicants for undergraduate                     Nursing and
programs not listed below:                                     applicants from
April 1   Applications and Documents                           college pre-health
                                                               programs)




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 Nursing              Application       Mandatory               •	   The “McMaster Model” – a student-centered,
 Programs                               Supplementary                problem-based, interdisciplinary approach to
                                        Application                  learning – has been adopted by universities around
                                                                     the world.
 Transfer from Nursing programs at another university           •	   With a total sponsored research income of $345
 McMaster Site                          Students from                million, McMaster University ranks first in the
                                        other university             country in research intensity – a measure of
                                        Nursing programs             research income per full-time faculty member –
                                        should contact the           averaging $308,000 per faculty member (Research
                                        McMaster Nursing             Infosource Inc., 2006).
                                        program office:         •	   McMaster is the only North American host site of a
                                        905-525-9140,                United Nations University.
                                        extension 22232,        •	   McMaster participates in more than 40 international
                                        for information              exchange agreements around the globe.
                                        on transfer
                                        options and             Scholarships
                                        application             Entrance awards are offered to students entering
                                        procedures.             Level I of a first baccalaureate degree program who
                                                                have completed secondary school within the last two
 Mohawk &             May 15            May 15                  years and have not attended another postsecondary
 Conestoga Sites                                                institution. Awards are based on final admission
 Basic-Accelerated    February 1        February 1              averages. McMaster offers many in-course scholarships
 Stream (Above                                                  for students enrolled in programs above Level I.
 Level I)                                                       Please note that some eligibility restrictions apply.
                                                                For further information about terms and conditions
Information about Application Choices                           for all scholarships and financial aid, please visit
Applicants normally receive an offer of admission               http://sfas.mcmaster.ca.
to only one program. If more than one McMaster
program is selected, the application will be reviewed           Residence Accommodation
for the highest choice program first. An applicant will         Residence places for Level I applicants are allocated
only be reviewed for subsequent program choices, in             based on academic standing. In previous years, a
order of preference indicated on the application, if he         minimum average of 79 percent (or equivalent
or she is not eligible for the first choice program.            standing) has been required for guaranteed residence.
                                                                This average is subject to change for 2012 admission.
History                                                         Those not receiving a residence guarantee are
Established in 1887 in Toronto by Baptists, McMaster            encouraged to apply to a waiting list. The guaranteed
University moved to Hamilton in 1930 and became                 residence place must be secured by completing an
nonsectarian in 1957.                                           online residence application by the deadline date
                                                                specified in the letter of admission. Applicants with
The Campus                                                      previous postsecondary experience are not eligible for
McMaster is located in Hamilton, Ontario: the fourth            guaranteed residence but may apply to the residence
largest city in Ontario, the ninth largest city in Canada       waiting list for possible available spaces. Residence
and about a 45-minute drive from Toronto and Niagara            facilities offer shared rooms and apartments/suites and
Falls. Hamilton is a vast multicultural city that is not only   mandatory meal plans. For further information see
an urban and industrial centre, but also offers a variety       http://housing.mcmaster.ca.
of educational, cultural and recreational opportunities.
McMaster’s 12-hectare main campus, bordered by                  Special Need Services
the Royal Botanical Gardens, is considered to be one            The Centre for Student Development can discuss
of the most attractive in Canada. The architecture              programs of study, aspects of university life and
offers a harmonious blend of the traditional with the           accessibility, and can identify appropriate advisors
ultra-modern.                                                   and resource personnel on campus. We offer special
                                                                residence facilities, designated parking spaces, access
Special Characteristics                                         to auxiliary aids, assistance in using the libraries and
•	 One of the top 100 universities in the world                 more. The Centre also provides support services for
   (Shanghai Jiao Tong University ranking of world              students with disabilities. For more information,
   universities).                                               consult http://csd.mcmaster.ca.




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Semester Entry Points                                        Document Evaluation Fee
Full-time:  September only (fall/winter session).            All applicants (except those who are currently attending
Part-time:  September, May and June.                         full-time in the final year of an Ontario secondary
                                                             school or any program at Six Nations Polytechnic
The OUAC 105 application is used by applicants to a          and have not previously attended a postsecondary
full-time fall/winter session. Students who wish to study    institution) are required to submit to the OUAC a
at McMaster on a part-time basis only for any entry          non-refundable $85 document evaluation fee.
point (May, June or September) may apply using the
McMaster Online Part-time Studies application available      Transcripts
at http://registrar.mcmaster.ca/future/chs-partt.html.       Applicants must arrange for McMaster to receive
                                                             official transcripts directly from all secondary and
Previous McMaster students should consult our website        postsecondary institutions attended. Transcripts from
regarding the appropriate application form to use.           most Ontario universities must be ordered by applicants
Please see the McMaster University Returning Student         at the same time as the application is submitted, using
Application form at http://registrar.mcmaster.ca/future/     the Transcript Request Form.
chs-retur.html.
                                                             Applicants currently attending a fall semester should
Limited enrollment programs are available in                 order a transcript to be sent as soon as the grades
September only. Students completing Grade 12 courses         from the semester are available. Applicants currently
in June are not normally eligible for May or June entry.     attending a winter or spring semester should order
                                                             a transcript to be sent immediately, as well as at the
Important Additional Admission Information:                  end of the semester. Applicants should send official
                                                             matriculation certificates well in advance of the
Email                                                        session for which they are applying. Official notarized
Applicants to McMaster must provide and                      English language translations must accompany official
maintain an active and unique personal email                 transcripts that are issued in a language other than
address that is not shared with any other current            English. Photocopies of transcripts are not acceptable.
or previous applicants to McMaster University or
shared with any current student at the university.           Any additional requirements will be communicated
During the application process McMaster will                 after the initial receipt of your application. All
communicate important information via email.                 transcripts and other documentation should be sent
If you do not provide a personal and unique                  by the issuing institution(s) to McMaster at the Office
email address as described above, we cannot                  of the Registrar address shown below. Note: All
guarantee that you will receive critical and                 documents submitted in support of an application
timely communication from McMaster and                       become the property of McMaster University and
your application may be jeopardized. We highly               are not returned.
recommend that you do not use school or
employer issued email addresses since these are              English Language Proficiency
normally deactivated upon your departure from                Students admitted to McMaster University must be
the school/employer.                                         proficient in the use of the English language. Applicants
                                                             must be able to demonstrate English language
Postsecondary Transfers                                      proficiency as part of their application. Applicants must
Students applying for transfer with advanced standing        currently meet one of the following conditions:
should be aware that competition is keen for a limited
number of spaces. Admission is by selection and most         1) achieved an acceptable score on one of the English
programs will require academic standing above the               language proficiency tests recognized by McMaster
minimum stated in the Undergraduate Calendar.                   University. See our website, listed at the end of this
McMaster University will make early conditional offers          section, for acceptable score requirements;
of admission to currently registered university or college   2) attended, in full-time academic studies (non-ESL),
students who present a strong academic record. To               an accredited secondary school (high school) or
be considered for an early conditional offer you must           postsecondary college in an English-speaking
forward, by March 31, an official interim transcript            country for at least three years; or
including fall term grades and other documentation as        3) attended, in full-time academic studies (non-ESL),
requested.                                                      an accredited English-language secondary school
                                                                (high school) or postsecondary college for at least
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4) attended, in full-time academic studies (non-ESL),        Nursing (McMaster site) and Nursing Basic
   an accredited English-language university for at          Accelerated Stream
   least one year; or                                        All applicants to Nursing I at the McMaster site and
5) resided in an English speaking country for at least       Nursing Basic Accelerated Stream, with the exception
   four years immediately prior to application to            of students currently registered on a full-time basis in a
   McMaster.                                                 secondary school, are required to submit a mandatory
                                                             supplementary application, available for download
McMaster University may, at its sole discretion,             from our website at www.fhs.mcmaster.ca/nursing/ or
challenge any test score it deems as either                  by contacting the Admissions Coordinator (Nursing) at
suspicious or inaccurate and may require the                 905-525-9140, extension 22232.
applicant to take another test of the university’s
choosing for English language proficiency.                   Midwifery
                                                             The Midwifery Education Application Form and all
Refer to our website at http://registrar.mcmaster.ca/        official transcripts are due February 1. The Midwifery
future/engli.html for complete information.                  Education Application Form may be completed online at:
                                                             http://fhs.mcmaster.ca/midwifery/prospective/
Mandatory Supplementary Applications                         howtoapply.htm.
The following limited enrollment programs have
mandatory supplementary applications. Applicants             Midwifery applicants may only apply to one (1)
will not be considered for admission unless both the         university Midwifery program in Ontario in any year.
OUAC application and the supplementary application
are submitted by the deadline date. Although the             Physician Assistant
dates listed in this booklet were correct at the time of     The Physician Assistant Supplementary Application
publishing, applicants should consult our website for        and all official transcripts are due February 1. To be
specific deadlines at http://registrar.mcmaster.ca/future/   eligible for admission to this program, applicants
dates-deadlines.html#september/.                             must have completed at least two full academic years
                                                             of undergraduate coursework by June 2012. The
Arts & Science                                               Supplementary Application and important additional
This is a special interdisciplinary program with a limited   information are available at http://fhs.mcmaster.ca/
enrollment of 60 students in Level I. A minimum average      physicianassistant/.
of 88 percent is normally required to be considered
for this program. The mandatory supplementary                Co-operative Education/Internships
application must be submitted electronically from            The Faculty of Science offers Honours Co-op programs
http://artsci.os.mcmaster.ca/supplementary-application.      in Biochemistry, Biology & Pharmacology, Chemical
                                                             Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics & Statistics, Medical
Bachelor of Health Sciences                                  & Health Physics, Molecular Biology & Genetics, and
First-year enrollment is limited to 160 students. A          Physics. These programs commence in year three of a
minimum average of 90 percent is normally required           five-year program.
to be considered for this program. The mandatory
supplementary application must be submitted                  The Faculty of Engineering permits students to enroll in
electronically from www.bhsc.mcmaster.ca.                    a co-op or a non-co-op version of each program in any
                                                             level. Co-op placements are a mandatory component
Honours Integrated Science (iSci) Program                    of all BTech degree programs.
Enrollment in Level I is 48 students. Successful
candidates will present a minimum average in the             The School of Business offers an internship program
high 80s. In first year, students will be engaged in         after successful completion of Level 3. The Faculties of
research and obtain an integrated background in              Engineering and Science offer Industrial Internships to
science subjects. The mandatory supplementary                students in their second or third year (or fourth year
application must be submitted electronically from            for some five-year Engineering courses). The Faculty of
www.science.mcmaster.ca/isci/.                               Social Sciences offers a co-operative internship option
                                                             to students registered in most Honours programs and
Social Work                                                  who have successfully completed their second year.
Contact the School of Social Work at 905-525-9140,
extension 23795, for the supplementary application.          Interdisciplinary Studies
                                                             Many opportunities exist for interdisciplinary studies
                                                             in the Humanities, Social Sciences and Science faculties
                                                             through combined Honours programs. In addition,


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interdisciplinary minors and thematic areas of study       Telephone:         905-525-4600 or 905-525-9140,
are available in Archaeology, Asian Studies, Canadian                         extension 24796
Studies and Jewish Studies. A concurrent diploma from      Ask McMaster:      www.askmcmaster.ca
McMaster is available in Music Performance to students     Website:           http://registrar.mcmaster.ca/future/
enrolled in degree programs at McMaster.
                                                           Office of International Affairs
Collaborative Programs                                     McMaster University
                                                           Alumni Memorial Hall, Room 203
The BTech Degree‑Completion Program                        Hamilton ON L8S 4L8
This program is offered jointly by McMaster University
and Mohawk College. Admission requires satisfactory        Telephone:      905-525-9140, extension 24700
completion of a relevant three-year Engineering            Fax:            905-546-5212
Technology diploma (or equivalent). Applicants who         Email:          oia@mcmaster.ca or
meet the requirements may be interviewed, and some                         indadin@mcmaster.ca
applicants may be required to write specific entrance      Website:        www.mcmaster.ca/oia/
examinations. For more information, please refer to:
http://btech.mcmastermohawk.ca.

BTech
The Faculty of Engineering at McMaster University and
                                                           Nipissing University
Mohawk College’s School of Engineering Technology
have partnered to create a new four-year Bachelor of
Technology program to provide an accelerated path          s      Specify subject of major interest on the
to both a Bachelor of Technology Degree (BTech)                   application.
from McMaster and a Diploma in Technology from             t      Collaborative program with Canadore College.
Mohawk College. For more information, please refer to      v      Must specify “with Orientation to Teaching
http://btech.mcmastermohawk.ca.                                   (OTT)” on the online application if interested.
                                                           n      Applicants must download the supplemental
Medical Radiation Sciences                                        application package at www.nipissingu.ca/
The Faculty of Science offers a collaborative, fully              registrar/ and select “Applications & Other
integrated four-year program between McMaster                     Forms”.
University and Mohawk College. Students pursue two         l      Pending Senate approval.
qualifications simultaneously, and graduates receive
the McMaster Bachelor of Science Degree and the            University and Program Codes –
Mohawk Advanced Diploma in Medical Radiation               Full-time Study Only
Sciences. For further information, please refer to
www.science.mcmaster.ca/MedRadSci/.                        Bachelor of Arts
                                                           PA    BA sv Anthropology l; Classical Studies;
Nursing                                                          Computer Science; Economics; English Studies;
Students interested in a McMaster Nursing degree                 Environmental Geography; Gender Equality
(BScN) have three location options: McMaster University,         & Social Justice; Geography; History; Liberal
Mohawk College or Conestoga College. Each of the                 Arts; Mathematics; Native Studies; Philosophy;
three education sites will offer the four-year program           Political Science; Psychology; Religion & Culture;
that uses a problem-based learning and small group               Social Welfare & Social Development; Sociology;
tutorial educational model.                                      Undeclared
                                                           PAB BA/BComm sv Anthropology l; Classical
Medicine at McMaster                                             Studies; Computer Science; Economics; English
McMaster also offers an undergraduate program in                 Studies; Environmental Geography; Gender
Medicine. Information about this program can be                  Equality & Social Justice; Geography; History;
found at www.fhs.mcmaster.ca/mdprog/ or by calling               Liberal Arts; Mathematics; Native Studies;
905-525-9140, extension 22235.                                   Philosophy; Political Science; Pscyhology;
                                                                 Religions & Cultures; Social Welfare & Social
Further Information                                              Development; Sociology; Undeclared
Office of the Registrar (Admissions)                       PAJ   BA Criminal Justice sv Corrections t; Criminal
Gilmour Hall, Room 108                                           Justice Studies; Criminology; Policing t
McMaster University
Hamilton ON L8S 4L8



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Bachelor of Fine Arts                                      Bachelor of Science
PFA BFA Fine Arts v                                        PS    BSc sv Biology; Computer Science; Computer
                                                                 Science & Mathematics; Environmental Biology
Bachelor of Business Administration                              & Technology; Environmental Geography;
PBA BBA sv Accounting; Administrative Studies;                   Environmental Science & Physical Geography;
      Economics; Marketing; Organizational Studies;              Liberal Science; Mathematics; Psychology
      Technology Management                                PST   BSc Science and Technology sv Artificial
                                                                 Intelligence; Environment; General; Industrial
Bachelor of Commerce                                             Mathematics; Robotics; Service System
PC    BComm v Commerce                                           Technology
                                                           PSS   BSc/BComm sv Biology; Computer Science;
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Commerce –                          Environmental Biology & Technology;
Dual Degrees                                                     Environmental Geography; Environmental
PAB BA/BComm sv Anthropology l; Classical                        Science & Physical Geography; Liberal Science;
      Studies; Computer Science; Economics; English              Mathematics; Mathematics & Computer Science;
      Studies; Environmental Geography; Gender                   Psychology
      Equality & Social Justice; Geography; History;       PCC BSc Science & Technology/BComm sv Artifical
      Liberal Arts; Mathematics; Native Studies;                 Intelligence; Environment; General; Industrial
      Philosophy; Political Science; Psychology;                 Mathematics; Robotics; Service Systems
      Religions & Cultures; Social Welfare & Social              Technology
      Development; Sociology; Undeclared
PMT BA/BComm (Muskoka Campus only) sv Child &              Bachelor of Science in Nursing
      Family Studies; Liberal Arts; Studies in Culture &   PSN BScN t Nursing
      the Arts                                             PNB BScN (RPN Bridging Program for RPN graduates)
                                                           PNP BScN n Scholar Practitioner Program (Second
Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Commerce –                       degree)
Dual Degrees
PSS   BSc/BComm sv Biology; Computer Science;              Concurrent Bachelor of Arts/
      Environmental Biology & Technology;                  Bachelor of Education
      Environmental Geography; Environmental               PCP   BA/BEd Primary/Junior s English; Geography;
      Science & Physical Geography; Liberal Science;             History; Mathematics; Psychology
      Mathematics; Mathematics & Computer Science;         PCJ   BA/BEd Junior/Intermediate s English;
      Psychology                                                 Geography; History; Mathematics; Psychology
PCC BSc Science & Technology/BComm sv Artificial
      Intelligence; Environment; General; Industrial       Concurrent Bachelor of Science/
      Mathematics; Robotics; Service Systems               Bachelor of Education
      Technology                                           PEP   BSc/BEd Primary/Junior s Computer Science;
                                                                 Mathematics
Bachelor of Commerce (College Partnership                  PEJ   BSc/BEd Junior/Intermediate s Computer
Program)                                                         Science; Mathematics
PCA BComm (College Partnership Program –
      Algonquin College – Ottawa)                          Muskoka Campus Codes only –
PCE   BComm (College Partnership Program –                 Bracebridge Ontario
      Confederation College – Thunder Bay)                 (See the Muskoka Campus section for more details)
PCF   BComm (College Partnership Program –                 PML BA sv Child & Family Studies; Liberal Arts;
      Fanshawe College)                                           Studies in Culture & the Arts
PCD BComm (College Partnership Program –                   PMT BA/BComm sv Child & Family Studies; LIberal
      Sheridan College – Davis Campus)                            Arts; Studies in Culture & the Arts
PCT   BComm (College Partnership Program –                 PMC BA/BEd Primary/Junior (ECE College Transfer
      Sheridan College – Trafalgar Campus)                        Program) Child & Family Studies
PCW BComm (College Partnership Program –
      St. Clair College – Windsor)                         History
                                                           Nipissing University was formally established in
Bachelor of Physical & Health Education                    December 1992, with the passing of the Nipissing
PPE   BPHE v Physical & Health Education                   University Act by the Ontario Legislature. Nipissing
                                                           had existed previously as an affiliated college and,




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since 1909, as the North Bay Teacher’s College, which                           Postsecondary Applicants
evolved into the Schulich School of Education.                                  Students who have attended, or who are currently
                                                                                attending,    recognized   Canadian     postsecondary
Profile                                                                         institutions may be considered for admission and/or
Nipissing University is proud to be one of the smallest                         may be eligible for advanced standing and transfer
universities in Canada. It is a progressive institution that                    credit. Official transcripts from all institutions
offers degree programs in humanities, social sciences,                          previously attended must be submitted directly to
sciences, and professional degree programs in Business                          Nipissing University; secondary school transcripts
Administration, Nursing, Physical & Health Education,                           may also be required. A document evaluation fee is
and Education. A Master of Education, a Master of Arts                          charged to all applicants. Please see the “Document
in History and a Master of Science in Mathematics are                           Evaluation Fee” section below for further details.
also offered. Full-time enrollment is approximately 3,800                       Students from a recognized College of Applied
students. This allows for an average class of 31 students.                      Arts and Technology (CAAT) should refer to
The smaller class size encourages students to participate,                      www.nipissingu.ca/collegetransfer/.
question freely, receive personal attention and access
research opportunities in undergraduate studies.                                Applicants who already possess an undergraduate
                                                                                degree may apply to complete a second degree. See the
Nipissing University’s Main Campus is located in the                            “Deadlines” section for details.
city of North Bay. It is centrally located, just a three
and a half hour drive north of Toronto and a four hour                          Letter of Permission and Special Student (non-degree)
drive northwest of Ottawa. It is situated on a wooded                           applicants should apply directly to Nipissing University.
escarpment that overlooks the city of North Bay. The                            Contact the Office of the Registrar for application forms.
290-hectare campus is a natural setting with a small
lake and almost 20 kilometres of all-season trails.                             Document Evaluation Fee
                                                                                All applicants who have attended a postsecondary
In addition to our Main Campus we have two                                      institution (for example university, college, technical
regional campuses. Our Muskoka Campus is located                                institute) are required to submit to the Ontario
in Bracebridge, Ontario, about two hours north of                               Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) a $50
Toronto. This technologically advanced campus is                                non-refundable document evaluation fee.
located in Jubilee Park within close walking distance
of all amenities including main street shops and                                Canadian Secondary School Applicants
restaurants. At our Brantford Campus, we offer a                                Secondary school applicants are responsible for sending
collaborative Concurrent Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of                           official transcripts from their school showing all final
Education program with Wilfrid Laurier University.                              grades and midterm grades for courses in progress to
                                                                                Nipissing University, by April 1, 2012.
Admission Entry Points
September ................................ Full-time or part-time               Mature Student Applicants
January...................................... Full-time or part-time            Only those candidates who are not admissible
May ............................................................... Part-time   under any other category are eligible for admission
                                                                                consideration as mature students. Successful applicants
Admission to studies at Nipissing is available at several                       may begin their studies in selected Bachelor of Arts
entry points – September, January and May. For entry                            majors in full-time study with a reduced course load of
in January and May, applicants can apply directly                               24 credits (four full courses). Qualified applicants will
to Nipissing at www.nipissingu.ca or by email at                                be admitted on probation. Upon successful completion
nuinfo@nipissingu.ca                                                            of 24 credits, mature students will be permitted to
                                                                                proceed with a full-time course load of 30 credits.
Services for Students with Disabilities                                         mature student applicants must be 21 years of age or
Applicants with disabilities are encouraged to contact                          older and have been away from formal education for
the Disability Services Office, where support services                          at least the previous two years. Documentation on all
are available to make Nipissing an accessible, barrier                          prior education is required. See the “Deadlines” section
free learning environment. Applicants are encouraged                            for important dates.
to identify themselves as early as possible so that
accommodations and supports can be arranged prior to                            International Applicants
the beginning of classes. For more information about                            Applicants who have completed, or who are currently
the services that are available and the documentation                           completing, studies outside of Canada are required
that is required, please visit the Disabilitiy Services                         to submit official transcripts of their studies directly
website at www.nipissingu.ca/disabilityservices/.                               to Nipissing University in order to be considered for



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admission. Transcripts or certificates not presented       minimum overall grade point average of 3.0 as well as
in English must be accompanied by certified English        two completed Communication/English courses with a
translations. Applications and documentation must be       “B” average is required for admission consideration.
received by April 1, 2012, in order to be considered for   Visit www.nipissingu.ca/collegetransfer/ for details.
fall 2012 admission.
                                                           Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) – Registered
Deadlines                                                  Practical Nurse (RPN) Bridging Program
Applicants are encouraged to apply early. Applications     Nipissing University offers registered practical nurses a
and documentation should be received by Nipissing          three-year compressed BScN program. The six-semester
University by April 1, 2012, in order to ensure            Post-RPN to BScN compressed program is offered
consideration     for   September    admission.    Late    through a full-time delivery model.
applications will be considered on an individual basis.
                                                           To be considered for admission, applicants must have:
Language Requirements                                      •	 successfully completed the Canadian Practical
All student visa (study permit) applicants are required        Nurses Registration Examination (CPNRE) or provide
to submit proof of proficiency in the English language.        proof of eligibility to write and subsequently pass
Acceptable proof is the TOEFL with a minimum score             the CPNRE, and
of 550 PBT or 80 iBT (minimum 20 in each section); the     •	 successfully completed a two-year Registered
MELAB with a minimum score of 90 percent; the CAEL             Practical Nurse (RPN) diploma with Cambrian
with a minimum score of 60; the IELTS with a minimum           College, Canadore College, Collège Boréal,
overall band score of 6.0 (with no band less than 6);          Confederation College, Northern College, Niagara
the Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE Academic)            College or Sault College.
with a minimum overall score of 55 and a minimum
score of 55 in writing . Permanent residents whose first   Residence
language is not English may also be required to submit     Nipissing’s residences are some of the best in Ontario.
proof of English proficiency. Permanent residents          Our modern, convenient and well-kept residences offer
whose first language is not English but who have           students the choice between townhouse and suite-style
lived at least three years in Canada or a country where    living. Nipissing’s residence facilities, along with the
English is the dominant language are exempt.               support and opportunities that are available, are ideal
                                                           for successful student living.
Concurrent Education for
Canadian Secondary School Applicants                       Students attending the Nipissing-Muskoka campus
Nipissing University offers Concurrent Education in        will benefit from a new residence. Located directly
the primary/junior and junior/intermediate divisions.      across from the main academic building, the Muskoka
Over five years, students will work towards their          Residence Complex is a suite-style residence with both
Bachelor of Education and their Bachelor of Arts           two-bedroom and four-bedroom suites. Each fully
(Honours) in English, Geography, History, Mathematics      furnished suite features private bedrooms, a kitchen
or Psychology, or their Bachelor of Science (Honours) in   with a fridge and stove, a living room and a full
Computer Science or Mathematics.                           bathroom for every two students.

A minimum 75 percent overall average on the best six       Current Canadian secondary school applicants and
4U/M (or equivalent) course combination (including         international student applicants will be guaranteed a
prerequisites) is required for admission consideration.    place in residence if they receive a full-time offer of
All applicants must also have a minimum 70 percent in      admission by May 30, 2012. The Guaranteed Residence
ENG4U and 60 percent in a 4U math (or equivalents).        application and applicable deposit must be received
                                                           by June 2, 2012. Other applicants are able to apply to
Concurrent Education for                                   residence but a place is not guaranteed.
Early Childhood Education Diploma Graduates
Nipissing University offers Concurrent Education in the    Financial Aid
primary/junior division. Over four years, students will    Students are encouraged to contact the Financial Aid
work toward their Bachelor of Education and their          Administrator if they require information about OSAP
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Child and Family Studies.    and Nipissing’s financial aid program. Canadian and
This program is available only at the Muskoka              international secondary school applicants are eligible
Campus.                                                    for Nipissing’s Entrance Scholarships starting at $1,250
                                                           for students with an 80 percent average.
Successful completion of a two-year Early Childhood
Education diploma from a recognized college with a


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Muskoka Campus
At our Muskoka Campus, Nipissing offers a Bachelor of      OCAD University
Arts degree with majors in Liberal Arts, Child & Family
Studies, Culture & the Arts and a Bachelor of Arts
(Honours)/Bachelor of Education degree with a major        s      Specify subject of major interest on the
in Child and Family Studies. The Muskoka Campus also              application.
provides the first year of a limited number of other       t      Indicate area of interest. Students request
Bachelor of Arts programs and students are also able              subject of major interest during the first year.
to complete their degree with OTT. Admission criteria
are the same as for all Nipissing University programs.     HFA    First Year – Faculty of Art t (includes Criticism
Part-time applicants and non-degree applicants                    & Curatorial Practice; *Digital Futures:
should apply directly to Nipissing University; forms are          Technology/Innovation/Design/Art; Drawing
available from either campus.                                     & Painting; Integrated Media; Material Art
                                                                  & Design [fibre, metalsmithing/jewellery];
Campus Tours                                                      Photography; Printmaking; Sculpture/
Tours of Nipissing’s main campus are available                    Installation)
weekdays (except holidays) at 1 p.m. Tours are also        HDC    First Year – Faculty of Design 2D s Advertising;
available on Saturdays at 1 p.m. during the months of             *Digital Futures: Technology/Innovation/Design/
October, November, March and May (except holiday                  Art; Graphic Design; Illustration
weekends). Please note that tours of residence will not    HDS    First Year – Faculty of Design 3D s *Digital
be available during the months of December and April              Futures: Technology/Innovation/Design/Art;
due to exams. Book your tour one week in advance to               Environmental Design; Industrial Design;
ensure availability. Visit www.nipissingu.ca/tours/ to            Material Art & Design (fibre, metalsmithing/
book a visit.                                                     jewellery)

Tours of the Muskoka campus are available Monday           Programs Requiring at Least One Year of
and Friday of each week (except holidays) at 1 p.m.        Postsecondary Visual Art & Design Education
Tours are available on Saturdays at 1 p.m. during          HAR Faculty of Art Advanced Standing s Criticism
the months of October, November, March and May                   & Curatorial Practice; *Digital Futures:
(except holiday weekends). Similar to the main campus            Technology/Innovation/Design/Art; Drawing
tours, residence tours will not be available during the          & Painting; Integrated Media; Photography;
months of December and April due to exams. Email                 Printmaking; Sculpture/Installation
muskoka@nipissingu.ca or call 705-645-2921 to book         HDE Faculty of Design Advanced Standing s
a tour.                                                          Advertising; *Digital Futures: Technology/
                                                                 Innovation/Design/Art; Environmental Design;
Further Information                                              Graphic Design; Illustration; Industrial Design;
Office of the Registrar – Liaison Office                         Material Art & Design (fibre, metalsmithing/
Nipissing University                                             jewellery)
100 College Drive, Box 5002
North Bay ON P1B 8L7                                       Special Category
                                                           HSS   Special Student s Only applicants who have
Telephone:     705-474-3461                                      been advised to do so by OCAD University
Email:         nuinfo@nipissingu.ca                              are eligible to use this category. Applicants
Website:       www.nipissingu.ca                                 must indicate an area of major interest) (see
                                                                 programs above).
Admissions:                          extension 4521
Special Needs/Learning Disabilities: extension 4331        *New subject of major interest pending program/
General Information, Campus Tours: extension 4517          funding approval.

                                                           Note: Applicants may only apply to one program. A
                                                           $30 fee, payable in advance to OCAD University, is
                                                           required to cover the cost of the portfolio review.

                                                           OCAD University’s primary method of communication
                                                           will be electronic; applicants are asked to keep their
                                                           email address current and are encouraged to check
                                                           “junk mail” and blocked message folders.


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History                                                      Application Deadline
OCAD University is Canada’s “university of the               The only entry point for all programs is September. All
imagination.” Established in 1876 by the Ontario             applications must be received by February 1, 2012.
Society of Artists, the university was originally known
as the Ontario School of Art, and was incorporated as        Application and Program Information
the Ontario College of Art in 1912. OCAD University          Applicants may only apply to one program and are
was the first school in Canada dedicated exclusively         required to choose a first-year program in either the
to the education of professional artists in fine and         Faculty of Art or the Faculty of Design. While applicants
commercial art. In 1996, it was renamed the Ontario          are required to make this choice so that they can focus
College of Art & Design and in 2010, the name                their studies in one area of interest, they will still have
changed to OCAD University, reflecting the institution’s     the opportunity to learn a broad range of concepts,
university status. Today, OCAD University is the third       skills and knowledge that are common to both art and
largest of the approximately 40 professional art and         design, regardless of the choice. Advanced Standing
design universities in North America.                        applicants are required to declare the subject of major
                                                             interest in their chosen faculty.
The Ontario College of Art & Design Act, passed by
the Government of Ontario in 2002, allowed OCAD              The Faculty of Art offers the Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)
University to confer the degrees of Bachelor of Fine         degree with majors in Criticism & Curatorial Practice,
Arts and Bachelor of Design. University status has led       *Digital Futures: Technology/Innovation/Design/Art;
to a number of significant institutional changes such as     Drawing & Painting, Integrated Media, Material Art &
renewed undergraduate curriculum, graduate studies           Design (fibre, metalsmithing/jewellery), Photography,
programs, a new professorial structure for faculty, and      Printmaking, and Sculpture/Installation. The area of
the introduction of research programs.                       major interest must be indicated on the application.
                                                             Students admitted to the First Year Art program will
The University’s refreshed vision and mission will ensure    officially request entry to majors during the first year
that OCAD U fosters a community of students, faculty         of study at OCAD University. In 2012–2013, first-year
and alumni who make significant contributions as             applicants indicating Drawing & Painting as the area
cultural leaders, educators, innovators, creative thinkers   of major interest may be admitted directly into this
and strategists in the field of emerging technology and      program. Further information can be found online at
in the art and design professions. This community will       www.ocad.ca/programs/art/.
contribute significantly to local and global cultural
initiatives and to knowledge and invention across a          The Faculty of Design offers the Bachelor of
wide range of disciplines.                                   Design (BDes) degree with majors in Advertising,
                                                             *Digital Futures: Technology/Innovation/Design/Art;
Special Characteristics                                      Environmental Design, Graphic Design, Illustration,
OCAD University is located in the heart of Toronto,          Industrial Design and Material Art & Design (fibre,
Canada’s largest centre for design, culture and business.    metalsmithing/jewellery). The subject of major interest
As one of the world’s most multicultural cities, Toronto     is declared on the application through the appropriate
is a vibrant nexus that brings a diversity of creative       first-year program, 2D design or 3D design. Further
forces together. Our students are encouraged to take         information can be found online at www.ocad.ca/
full advantage of the university’s downtown location,        programs/design/.
which links to an extended campus of design studios,
art galleries, artist-run centres and museums.               New Subject of Major Interest
                                                             *Pending Funding/Program Approval
Leading Canadian and international artists, designers        The Digital Futures: Technology/Innovation/Design/Art
and scholars, OCAD University’s professors represent         (DF:TIDA) undergraduate program is a cross-disciplinary
Canada’s largest art and design faculty. Diverse, vibrant    program at OCAD University that links digital
and provocative, these are working professionals who         technology and innovation with Design and Art
love to teach, and academics who pursue research             studio practice. The DF:TIDA program combines such
that extends the boundaries of what we know. The             diverse fields as computation, physical computing,
studio-based environment at the university allows            data visualization, screen-based media, gaming, and
students to work with these educators in small classes       business, to create a rich, forward–thinking program
and to receive individual attention. The 4,000+ student      that positions students to work across the burgeoning
population represents a wide variety of geographical,        and varied fields of digital media. Focused on linking
cultural and educational backgrounds, and creates a          multiple studio-based digital media concentrations in
vibrant, energetic atmosphere.                               the Faculty of Art and Faculty of Design, the existing
                                                             curriculum will be augmented with new courses that


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reflect the expertise and skills of our faculty currently   of English proficiency. For details, visit www.ocad.ca/
engaged in digital research and practice. Students will     prospective_students/admission_requirements/prior_
graduate with either a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)          learning_assessment/.
or a Bachelor of Design (BDes), with a specialization
in digital media and related technologies. Students         Applicants under the age of 21 whose native language
enrolled in the DF:TIDA program will specialize in one      is not English and who have not completed four full
of the following streams: 1. Physical, Tangible and         years of study in an English school system are required to
Embedded Interactions; 2. Performance, Games and            provide additional documentation of English proficiency.
Screen Media; 3. Data Visualization: Data, Computation      For details, visit www.ocad.ca/prospective_students/
and Aesthetic Design; 4. Inclusive design: Technological    admission_requirements/english_proficiency/.
practices for health and wellness; 5. Business: Foresight
and Innovation.                                             Portfolio Review Guidelines
                                                            Admission to OCAD University is based primarily on
Admission Information                                       the result of a portfolio assessment. All applicants will
and Academic Requirements                                   be scheduled for a portfolio assessment and will be
Ontario Applicants: Ontario Secondary School Diploma        notified of the date and time of their review by email.
(OSSD) with an overall academic average of at least 70      A $30 fee, payable in advance to OCAD University, is
percent in six 4U/M courses, including ENG4U with a         required to cover the cost of the portfolio review.
minimum final grade of 70 percent.
                                                            Portfolio assessments will be conducted during OCAD
Canadian Applicants from outside Ontario: Grade 12          University’s Study Week, February 21 to 24, 2012. The
secondary school diploma with an overall academic           purpose of the review is to determine if an applicant
average of 70 percent, including Grade 12 English           will benefit from the type of education available at
with a minimum final grade of 70 percent. Further           the University. Portfolios are assessed by faculty who
information is available online at www.ocad.ca/             represent OCAD University’s various disciplines. The
prospective_students/admission_requirements/.               portfolio should consist of original work representing
                                                            the applicant’s ability to deal with concepts, problem
International Applicants: Secondary school graduation       solving and material manipulation in visual art,
equivalent to Grade 12 in Ontario and satisfactory          design and media. A sketchbook/creative journal is
documentation to demonstrate proficiency in English.        an important indicator of creative development and
For details, visit www.ocad.ca/prospective_students/        should be included. Specific portfolio guidelines are
admission_requirements/english_proficiency/.                available online at www.ocad.ca/prospective_students/
                                                            preparing_a_portfolio/.
Mature Applicants: A mature applicant is at least
21 years of age by September 1 of the year of               Applicants living within 800 kilometres (500 miles)
intended enrollment. Previous educational experience        of Toronto are encouraged to attend the review as a
is considered by the university in reaching an              part of the admission process. Applicants living further
admission decision for individuals applying under this      than 800 kilometres (500 miles) from Toronto must
category. All mature applicants must demonstrate            ensure that their portfolio arrives at the University
proficiency in English. Advanced standing applicants        at least one week before the scheduled assessment.
in this category must submit appropriate transcripts        Mailed portfolios should not be larger than 18 by 24
and course syllabi. International applicants are            inches and should be sent to Admissions & Recruitment
eligible for admission as mature applicants but             at OCAD University’s main address. Applicants may
must satisfy proof of English proficiency. For              choose to send a digital version of their portfolio on
deatils    visit    www.ocad.ca/prospective_students/       a CD, DVD, or USB. The applicant’s name and OUAC
admission_requirements/english_proficiency/.                Reference Number should be recorded on all material.

Advanced Standing Applicants: Those applying for            It is the applicant’s responsibility to arrange for the
advanced standing (years two or three) must have at         return of the submitted portfolio by including return
least one year of postsecondary visual art or design        postage.
education that is determined to be the equivalent
of OCAD University’s first year. This equivalency must      Advanced Standing Portfolio Review
be documented by transcripts and course syllabi             Advanced Standing portfolio reviews are held during
from recognized educational institutions. Year level        OCAD University’s Study Week, February 21 to 24,
placement and acceptance is based on the strength           2012. Email notification will be sent to each applicant,
of an applicant’s portfolio and academic history. All       including the date and time of the portfolio review.
applicants in this category must also provide proof         Advanced Standing candidates have a portfolio



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assessment with faculty from the appropriate                is available online at www.ocad.ca/prospective_students/
department. While the same general rules described          learn_more/.
above for first year portfolio reviews apply, each
faculty has specific recommendations for what to            Further Information
include in the portfolio for advanced standing. These       Admissions & Recruitment makes every effort to
recommendations are available online at www.ocad.ca/        help with the application and requirements for all
prospective_students/preparing_a_portfolio/.                prospective students. Please feel free to contact us with
                                                            any questions that you may have.
Supplemental Fee
A non-refundable supplemental evaluation fee of             Mailing Address:
$65 is required to process each application. This fee       Admissions & Recruitment, OCAD University
is submitted directly to the Ontario Universities’          100 McCaul Street
Application Centre (OUAC). Please note that your            Toronto ON M5T 1W1
application will not be processed by the OUAC until
the supplemental fee has been remitted.                     In person inquiries:
                                                            Level 3, 230 Richmond Street West
Additional Program Information                              Toronto, ON M5V 2C5
The Faculty of Liberal Studies offers courses that
form the academic core of every program at                  Telephone:     416-977-6000, extension 308, 310, 428
OCAD University including English; Humanities;              or 489
Social Sciences; Science, Math or Technology;               Toll-free:     1-800-382-6516
and Visual Culture. For more information, visit:            Email:         admissions@ocad.ca
www.ocad.ca/programs/liberal_studies/.                      Website:       www.ocad.ca/prospective_students/
                                                                           or www.ocad.ca
In 2008, OCAD University introduced Studio and Liberal
Studies minors enabling students to pursue a secondary
field of study without compromising their major field.
Students may officially declare minors during the first
year of study. For more information, visit www.ocad.ca/
                                                            University of Ottawa
programs/minors/.

Financial Aid and Awards                                    s      Specify subject of major interest on the
For information about government student loans,                    application.
bursary plans, scholarships, awards and financial           n      Indicates that a co-operative education option
counselling,   please  visit  www.ocad.ca/students/                is also available.
financial_matters/.                                                Specify on application if applicable.
                                                            t      Students must be admitted and complete,
Disability Support Services                                        before or after two and a half years at the
All applicants with a disability are encouraged to                 university, the diploma at Algonquin College.
identify themselves so that their individual needs may      v      Indicates that French Immersion studies are
be accommodated through our Centre for Students                    also available. For the Faculty of Science, it is
with Disabilities. All information regarding a student’s           known as French Extended Stream. Specify on
disability is kept confidential. For further information,          application, if applicable.
please visit our website at www.ocad.ca/students/           :      Compulsory study session abroad.
disability_services/.
                                                            University and Program Codes –
Residence Accommodations                                    Full-time Studies Only
OCAD University does not have its own residence
facilities. There are excellent housing resources/          The University of Ottawa offers a program structure
referrals, including links to independent residences        that gives students opportunities and flexibility in the
around Toronto, available online at www.ocad.ca/            selection of their programs. Students in the faculties
students/campus_life/housing_information/.                  of Arts, Science, Social Sciences, and the department
                                                            of Computer Science are able to select subject areas
Campus Visits                                               completing degrees that combine two majors, a major
Throughout the year, OCAD University offers tours and       with a minor or two minors. Many subject areas offer
hosts a number of community events that are a great         an honours specialization for students who wish to
introduction to life at the University. More information    focus on a specific subject in greater depth.



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In the application process, students select a main subject   OME Music (BMus) (audition) (Four years)
area. Except for very few subjects (see the programs         OMS Music/Science (integrated program) (audition)
that are noted as three years in length), students will be       (Five years) s Biochemistry; Biology; Chemistry;
admitted to a four-year program. After your first year,          Computer Science; Geology; Mathematics;
you will be given the opportunity to select the type of          Physics; Statistics
program you wish to complete and add a second major          OPA Public Relations - Joint program with Algonquin
or a minor to your program. Further information is               College t (Four and a half years)
available on the University’s website.                       OVE Visual Arts (portfolio) s Fine Arts (BFA); Visual
                                                                 Arts (major) v (Four years)
 Deadlines for Submitting Applications and all
 Required Documentation                                      Faculty of Engineering
                                                             OEC Biomedical Mechanical Engineering n (Four
 Fine Arts (BFA),                   March 1                        years)
 Visual Arts (Major)                                               Biotechnology (Biochemistry/Chemical
 Ophthalmic Medical Technology March 1                             Engineering) n (five years) (select OSY under
 Biomedical Science, Journalism,    April 1                        the Faculty of Science). This program of study
 Music (BMus), Public Relations                                    begins in the Faculty of Science.
                                                             OEE Chemical Engineering n (Four years)
 Nursing                            May 1
                                                             OEA Chemical Engineering & Computing
 All other programs                 June 1                         Technology n (Five years)
 Winter entry                       November 15*             OHE Civil Engineering n (Four years)
                                                             OBA Civil Engineering & Computing Technology n
 Foreign applications: Fall entry   April 1
                                                                   (Five years)
 Foreign applications: Winter       October 15               OBE Computer Engineering n (Four years)
 entry                                                       ORE Computer Science n (Major) (Four years)
                                                             ORC Computer Science n (Honours Specialization)
*    Applications may be accepted only to certain                  (Four years)
     programs.                                               ORA Computer Science/Mathematics n (Joint
                                                                   Honours) (Four years)
Faculty of Arts                                              OIE   Electrical Engineering n (Four years)
OAS s Aboriginal Studies v; Arabic Language                  OIC   Electrical Engineering & Computing
      & Culture :; Canadian Studies (bilingual                     Technology n (Five years)
      requirement) v; Classical Studies v; Classics;         OJE   Mechanical Engineering n (Four years)
      Communication nv; English n; Environmental             OBC Mechanical Engineering & Computing
      Studies (bilingual program) nv; Ethics &                     Technology n (Five years)
      Society v; French Studies (entrance exam);             OJA Software Engineering n (Four years)
      French as a Second Language; Geography nv;
      Geomatics & Spatial Analysis v; German                 Faculty of Health Sciences
      Language & Culture :; History nv; History &            OKC Health Sciences v (Four years)
      Theory of Art v; Italian Language & Culture :;         OKA Human Kinetics s Human Kinetics (BHK) v;
      Latin & English Studies; Linguistics; Medieval &             Human Kinetics (BScHK) v (Four years)
      Renaissance Studies v; Music v; Philosophy v;          ONE Nursing Ottawa Campus v (Four years) (No
      Religious Studies v; Russian Language &                      admission possible in second year)
      Culture :; Second Language Teaching (ESL) v;           ONA Nursing Algonquin Woodroffe Campus (Four
      Second Language Teaching (FLS) v; Spanish;                   years) (No admission possible in second year)
      Theatre v; Translation (entrance examination)          OWC Nursing Algonquin Pembroke Campus (Four
      (Four years)                                                 years) (No admission possible in second year)
OAU General (Three years)                                    OKS Nutrition Sciences (offered in French only to
OCM s Classics/Philosophy; Communication/                          bilingual students; graduates from immersion
      Philosophy v; Communication/Political                        programs may apply) (language proficiency
      Science nv; Communication/Sociology nv;                      tests – a minimum score of 60 percent is
      Environmental Studies/Geography (bilingual                   required in English and in French) (Four years)
      program) nv; Geography/Sociology nv;
      History/Political Science nv; Philosophy/              Faculty of Law – Civil Law Section
      Political Science v; Psychology/Linguistics (Joint     OLT Programme national (LLL-JD) (JD is required for
      Honours) (Four years)                                        admission) (One year)
OWY Journalism - Joint program with Algonquin
      College t (Four and a half years)


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    School of Management                                         Communication/Sociology nv; Criminology/
OTC Accounting nv (Four years)                                   Women’s Studies v; Economics/Political
OFE Commerce (no option) nv (Four years)                         Science nv; Geography/Sociology nv; History/
OTI Commerce – Electronic Business n (Four years)                Political Science nv; Mathematics/Economics n;
OTK Commerce – Entrepreneurship nv (Four years)                  Philosophy/Political Science v; Public
OTO Commerce – Finance nv (Four years)                           Administration/Political Science nv; Women’s
OTQ Commerce – Human Resource Management nv                      Studies/Political Science v; Women’s Studies/
    (Four years)                                                 Sociology v (Joint Honours) (Four years)
OTS Commerce – International Management nv:               OLC    General (Three years)
    (Four years)
OTU Commerce – Management nv (Four years)
OTW Commerce – Marketing nv (Four years)
OGC Management Information Systems n (Four                Saint Paul University
    years)
                                                          OCO Anglican Studies (certificate) (One year)
Faculty of Science                                        OAW Conflict Studies n (Honours [BA]) (Four years)
OSO s Biochemistry nv; Biology nv;                        OCQ Eastern Christian Studies (Honours [BA]) (Four
      Biopharmaceutical Science nv; Chemistry nv;             years)
      Environmental Science nv; Geology nv;               OCU Eastern Christian Studies (certificate) (One year)
      Mathematics nv; Physical Geography v;               OPC Ethics (BA) n (Four years)
      Physics nv; Statistics nv (Four years)              OAG s Ethics; Human Relations & Spirituality;
OSS s Biochemistry nv, Biology nv;                            Theology (Major [BA]) (Four years)
      Chemistry nv; Chemistry (Advanced                   OAQ Ethics (certificate) (One year)
      Materials) nv; Chemistry (EcoChemistry) nv;         OAK General (BA) (Three years)
      Financial Mathematics & Economics nv;               OCG Philosophy (certificate) (One year)
      Geology nv; Geology-Physics nv;                     OCK Philosophy/Theology (Joint Honours [BA]) (Four
      Mathematics nv; Physics nv                              years)
      Physics-Mathematics nv; Statistics nv               OQE Theology (BTh) s (Four years)
      (Honours specialization) (Four years)               OCA Theology (certificate) s (One year)
OSM Biomedical Science v (Four years)
OSY Biotechnology (Biochemistry/Chemical                  Saint Paul University also offers a variety of minors that
      Engineering) nv (Five years)                        can be combined with a general BA or with a major.
OTM Computer Science/Mathematics nv;
      Mathematics/Economics nv (Joint Honours)            Saint Paul University
      (Four years)                                        Admissions and Student Services
OSQ General (Three years)                                 223 Main Street
OWG Ophthalmic Medical Technology (with the               Ottawa ON K1S 1C4
      University of Ottawa Eye Institute) (admission in
      the first year or second year) (Four years)         Telephone:     613-236-1393
OSW Ophthalmic Medical Technology (with the               Fax:           613-782-3014
      University of Ottawa Eye Institute) (admission in   Website:       www.ustpaul.ca
      the third year) (Four years)
                                                          The University of Ottawa
Faculty of Social Sciences                                The University is located in the heart of Ottawa, the
OLA s Anthropology nv; Conflict Studies & Human           nation’s capital. Students are within walking distance
      Rights nv; Criminology v; Economics nv;             of the Parliament buildings, museums, libraries and the
      Economics & Public Policy nv; International         National Arts Centre. They enjoy a safe and friendly
      Development & Globalization nv; International       campus, and have easy access to the resources of the
      Economics & Development nv; International           capital. Ottawa is one of the most beautiful cities in
      Studies & Modern Languages v; Political             North America, only a few hours away from Montréal
      Science nv; Psychology (BA) v; Psychology           and Toronto. Over the years, numerous links have
      (BSc) v; Public Administration nv; Service          been established between the University, research
      social (offered in French only) (Admission          institutes, teaching hospitals, government agencies
      possible in the first and second year) v;           and employers from the private sector. As a result,
      Sociology nv; Women’s Studies v (Four years)        University of Ottawa students receive cutting-edge
OLK s Anthropology/Sociology nv;                          scientific and intellectual training.
      Communication/Political Science nv;


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Applicants are invited to read information about           Foreign Applicants
our programs and the application process on the            Persons who are not Canadian citizens or permanent
University’s website at www.uOttawa.ca or in one of        residents are not eligible for the co-operative education
the University’s publications.                             option.

Applicants for part-time studies or applicants who have    Language Requirements
previously studied at the University of Ottawa must use
the University of Ottawa application form “A2”. It can      Test         Applicable Required                 Required
be requested online at www.admission.uOttawa.ca or                       Faculties  Overall Score            Score in
by calling 613-562-5315.                                                                                     Written
                                                                                                             English
Language of Instruction                                                                                      Section
Students who wish to apply to programs where the            TOEFL        All Faculties   Internet-based:     Internet-based:
language of instruction is French must refer to Ottawa’s                                 92;                 24;
French section in this application package, and use the                                  Computer-based:     Computer/
appropriate program codes.                                                               237; Paper-based:   Paper-based:
                                                                                         580                 4.5

French Immersion Studies/Extended French Stream             University   All Faculties   Averaged            4
                                                            of Ottawa                    listening and
If French is your second language, you have an
                                                            CanTEST                      reading: 4.5
opportunity to obtain your bachelor’s degree with the
“French immersion” designation for many programs,           IELTS        All Faculties   7                   6.5
or the “Extended French Stream” designation for             EPT          All Faculties   90                  85
programs offered by the Faculty of Science. This option     (MELAB)
is tailored to the personal linguistic objectives of all    CAEL         All Faculties   70                  60
students aspiring to improve or perfect their French        PTE          All Faculties   40-47               58
language skills. For more information, please visit
www.immersion.uOttawa.ca                                   Applicants who fall short of the required scores may
                                                           be admitted conditionally, subject to increasing their
Supplementary Administrative Fee                           mastery of English by taking compulsory intensive or
All applicants (except those who are currently attending   semi-intensive courses offered by the University of
final year of a Canadian secondary school or a CEGEP       Ottawa Second Language Institute.
program in the province of Quebec) are required
to pay, directly to the OUAC, a $70 non-refundable         Additional Information
administrative fee.                                        Before applying, it is strongly recommended that
                                                           interested applicants contact their local Canadian
University Transfers                                       Embassy or High Commission for details about student
Applications for transfer are accepted by most             visa application procedures and the length of time
undergraduate programs but spaces in second, third         required to process a visa application.
and fourth year are limited. The minimum admission
average varies according to the program. Applicants        Further Information
must submit official transcripts for the last three        University of Ottawa
years of secondary school and for all postsecondary        Admissions
institutions attended. Advanced standing may be            Tabaret Hall
granted for completed course work pertinent to the         550 Cumberland Street
applicant’s program of studies.                            Ottawa ON K1N 6N5

Mature Applicants                                          Telephone:       613-562-5315
Applicants who do not meet the normal requirements         Toll-free:       1-877-868-8292, extension 5315
may be admitted as regular degree students provided        Fax:             613-562-5790
they:                                                      Inquiries:       www.admission.uOttawa.ca
1. are Canadian citizens or permanent residents;                            admissions@uOttawa.ca
2. have not been engaged in full-time studies for a        Website:         www.uOttawa.ca
   minimum period of two consecutive years;
3. are considered, by the Admissions Committee, to
   hold promise of academic success (part-time studies
   or relevant experience);
4. meet the specific prerequisites of the program
   requested.

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Université d’Ottawa                                          Dates limites pour soumettre une demande
                                                             d’admission et tous les documents requis
                                                             Journalisme, Musique          1er avril
                                                             (B.Mus.), Relations publiques
s      Précisez le domaine d’intérêt sur le formulaire.
                                                             et communication, Sciences
       La liste des domaines est donnée après le nom
                                                             biomédicales
       du programme.
n      Offert aussi sous le régime coopératif. Cochez la     Tous les autres programmes     1er juin
       case appropriée sur le formulaire s’il y a lieu.      Session d’hiver                16 novembre*
t      Deux cheminements possibles :
                                                             Candidatures étrangères,       1er avril
       1. Compléter deux ans et demi d’études à
                                                             session d’automne
           l’Université d’Ottawa et par la suite terminer
           le diplôme à la Cité collégiale (deux ans) ou     Candidatures étrangères,       15 octobre
       2. S’inscrire au programme à la Cité collégiale       session d’hiver
           et terminer à l’Université.
v      Programme disponible partiellement en                *   On accepte des demandes d’admission seulement à
       français.                                                certains programmes.
l      Les personnes qui demandent l’admission au
       programme professionnel pour infirmiers ou           Faculté des arts
       infirmières doivent utiliser le formulaire de        OAT s Anglais langue seconde; Communication n;
       demande d’admission de l’Université d’Ottawa               Didactique des langues secondes (ESL);
       « A2 » (voir le site Web).                                 Didactique des langues secondes (FLS);
:      Séjour obligatoire à l’étranger.                           English n; Espagnol; Éthique et société;
                                                                  Études anciennes; Études autochtones; Études
Université et programmes –                                        canadiennes (exigence de bilinguisme); Études
temps complet seulement                                           de l’environnement (programme bilingue) n;
L’Université d’Ottawa offre une structure de                      Études médiévales et de la Renaissance;
programme avec une grande flexibilité et l’occasion de            Géographie n; Géomatique et analyse spatiale;
combiner des disciplines offertes par les Facultés des            Histoire n; Histoire et théorie de l’art; Langue
arts, sciences, sciences sociales ainsi que le programme          et culture allemandes :; Langue et culture
de science informatique. Une personne pourra choisir              arabes :; Langue et culture italiennes :;
de compléter un programme avec double majeure,                    Langue et culture russes :; Latin and English
majeure avec une mineure ou double mineure.                       Studies; Lettres classiques; Lettres françaises n;
Plusieurs disciplines offrent aussi l’opportunité de              Linguistique; Musique; Philosophie; Sciences
compléter une spécialisée approfondie, qui assure une             des religions; Théâtre; Traduction (examen
formation avancée dans la discipline.                             d’admission) (Quatre ans)
                                                            OAV Général (Trois ans)
Pour le processus d’admission, vous choisissez une          ORD Arts visuels (portfolio) s Arts visuels (B.A.V.);
discipline seulement. Sauf quelques exceptions (voir              Arts visuels (majeure) (Quatre ans)
les programmes de trois ans), l’admission se fait           OCP s Communication/Lettres françaises n;
à un programme de quatre ans. À la fin de votre                   Communication/Philosophie; Communication/
première année, vous aurez l’occasion de choisir                  Science politique n; Communication/
votre programme d’études et d’ajouter une deuxième                Sociologie n; Études de l’environnement/
discipline en majeure ou mineure. Une description                 Géographie (programme bilingue) n;
détaillée des programmes d’études est disponible sur le           Géographie/Sociologie n; Histoire/Science
site web de l’Université.                                         politique n; Lettres classiques/Philosophie;
                                                                  Philosophie/Science politique; Psychologie/
                                                                  Linguistique (Spécialisé bidisciplinaire)
 Dates limites pour soumettre une demande
                                                                  (Quatre ans)
 d’admission et tous les documents requis
                                                            OXH Journalisme – Programme conjoint avec la Cité
 Arts visuels (B.A.V.),         1er mars                          collégiale t (Quatre ans et demi)
                                                            OOL Lettres françaises/Éducation (en ligne) (sous
 Arts visuels (majeure)                                           réserve de l’approbation du Ministère de
 Technologie médicale en        1er mars                          l’Éducation de l’Ontario) (Quatre ans)
 ophtalmologie                                              OAL Lettres françaises/Éducation (Cinq ans)
                                                            OMF Musique (B.Mus.) (audition) (Quatre ans)
                                                            OMR Musique/Sciences (programme intégré)
                                                                  (audition) (Cinq ans) s Biochimie;

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      Biologie; Chimie; Géologie; Informatique;          OTV   Sciences commerciales – Gestion
      Mathématiques; Physique; Statistique                     internationale n: (Quatre ans)
OPR   Relations publiques et communication –             OTX   Sciences commerciales – Management n
      Programme conjoint avec la Cité collégiale t             (Quatre ans)
      (Quatre ans et demi)                               OTZ   Sciences commerciales – Marketing n
                                                               (Quatre ans)
Faculté de droit                                         OGD   Systèmes d’information de gestion n (Quatre
OLR Droit civil/Développement international et                 ans)
      mondialisation n (Programme intégré) (Quatre
      ans)                                               Faculté des sciences
OLB Licence en droit civil (LL.L.) n (Trois ans)         OSP s Biochimie n; Biologie n; Chimie n;
OLF Programme conjoint (LL.L. – M.B.A.) (un grade              Géographie physique; Géologie n;
      universitaire est requis (Quatre ans)                    Mathématiques n; Physique n; Sciences
OLO Programme national (LL.L. – J.D.) (J.D. est requis         biopharmaceutiques n; Sciences
      pour l’admission) (Un an)                                environnementales n; Statistique n (Quatre
                                                               ans)
Faculté de génie                                         OST s Biochimie n; Biologie n; Chimie n;
      Biotechnologie (Biochimie/Génie                          Chimie (Matériaux de pointe) n;
      chimique) n (Cinq ans) (choisissez le code OSX           Chimie (EcoChimie) n; Géologie n;
      sous la Faculté des Sciences). Ce programme              Géologie-physiquen; Mathématiques n;
      débute à la Faculté des Sciences.                        Mathématiques financières et économie n;
OEF Génie chimique vn (Quatre ans)                             Physique n; Physique-mathématiques n;
OEB Génie chimique et Technologie de                           Statistique n (Spécialisé approfondi) (Quatre
      l’informatique – programme à double                      ans)
      grade vn (Cinq ans)                                OSX Biotechnologie (biochimie et génie chimique) n
OHF Génie civil vn (Quatre ans)                                (Cinq ans)
OBB Génie civil et Technologie de l’informatique –       OSR Général (Trois ans)
      programme à double grade vn (Cinq ans)             OSN Sciences biomédicales (Quatre ans)
OIF   Génie électrique n (Quatre ans)                    OED Sciences/Éducation s Biologie; Chimie;
OID Génie électrique et Technologie de                         Mathématiques; Physique (Cinq ans)
      l’informatique – programme à double grade n        OTJ   s Informatique/Mathématiques n;
      (Cinq ans)                                               Mathématiques/Science économique n
OBD Génie informatique n (Quatre ans)                          (Spécialisé bidisciplinaire) (Quatre ans)
OJB Génie logiciel n (Quatre ans)                        OWH Technologie médicale en ophtalmologie (avec
OJF   Génie mécanique vn (Quatre ans)                          l’Institut de l’oeil d’Ottawa) (admission en
OBO Génie mécanique et Technologie de                          première année ou deuxième année) (Quatre
      l’informatique – programme à double                      ans)
      grade vn (Cinq ans)                                OSJ   Technologie médicale en ophtalmologie (avec
OEH Génie mécanique biomédical vn (Quatre ans)                 l’Institut de l’oeil d’Ottawa) (admission en
ORF Informatique n (Majeure) (Quatre ans)                      troisième année) (Quatre ans)
ORJ Informatique n (Spécialisé approfondi)
      (Quatre ans)                                       Faculté des sciences de la santé
ORH Informatique/ Mathématiques n (Spécialisé            OKB Sciences de l’activité physique s Sciences
      bidisciplinaire) (Quatre ans)                            de l’activité physique (B.S.A.P.); Sciences de
                                                               l’activité physique (B.Sc.S.A.P.) (Quatre ans)
École de gestion Telfer                                  OKD Sciences de la santé (Quatre ans)
OTF Comptabilité n (Quatre ans)                          OKN Sciences de la nutrition (offert en français pour
OFF Sciences commerciales (sans option) n                      les étudiants bilingues) (tests de compétence
      (Quatre ans)                                             linguistique) – (score minimal de 60 pourcent en
OTN Sciences commerciales – Affaires                           anglais et en français est exigé) (Quatre ans)
      électroniques n (Quatre ans)                       ONF Sciences infirmières l programme collaboratif
OTP Sciences commerciales –                                    avec la Cité collégiale (Ontario) (Quatre ans)
      Entrepreneuriat n (Quatre ans)                           (Aucune admission possible en deuxième année
OTR Sciences commerciales – Finance n (Quatre ans)             pour ce programme)
OTT Sciences commerciales – Gestion des ressources       ONT Sciences infirmières l programme collaboratif
      humaines n (Quatre ans)                                  avec le Collège universitaire de Saint-Boniface
                                                               (Manitoba) (Quatre ans) (Admission en 4e année
                                                               seulement)


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Faculté des sciences sociales                                L’Université d’Ottawa
OLJ   s Administration publique n; Anthropologien;           L’Université est située au cœur d’Ottawa, la capitale
      Criminologie; Développement international              nationale. À quelques heures de route de Montréal
      et mondialisation n; Économie internationale           ou de Toronto, Ottawa est l’une des plus belles villes
      et développement n; Économie et politiques             en Amérique du Nord. Les étudiants sont à deux
      publiques n; Études des conflits et droits             pas du Parlement, du Centre national des arts et de
      humains n; Études des femmes; Études                   divers musées et bibliothèques. En plus de pouvoir
      internationales et langues modernes;                   profiter d’un environnement universitaire sécuritaire
      Psychologie (B.A.); Psychologie (B.Sc.); Science       et détendu, ils ont un accès privilégié à toutes les
      économique n; Science politique n; Service             ressources de la capitale. Cette situation favorable
      social (admission en première et deuxième              a permis à l’Université de développer, au cours des
      année seulement); Sociologie n (Quatre ans)            années, de nombreux liens avec des instituts de
OLP s Administration publique/Science politique n;           recherche, des hôpitaux d’enseignement, des agences
      Anthropologie/Sociologie n; Communication/             gouvernementales et divers employeurs du secteur
      Science politique n; Communication/                    privé. Grâce à ces avantages, les étudiants de l’Université
      Sociologie n; Criminologie/Études des femmes;          d’Ottawa obtiennent une formation à la fine pointe,
      Études des femmes/Science politique; Études des        tant sur le plan intellectuel que scientifique.
      femmes/Sociologie; Géographie/Sociologie n;
      Histoire/Science politique n; Mathématiques/           Renseignements sur l’admission
      Science économique n; Philosophie/Science              Les personnes qui désirent étudier à temps partiel et les
      politique; Science économique/Science                  personnes qui ont déjà étudié à l’Université d’Ottawa
      politique n (Spécialisé bidisciplinaire)(Quatre ans)   doivent utiliser le formulaire de l’Université d’Ottawa.
OLL Common Law/Science politique (Programme                  Vous pouvez demander le formulaire par courrier à
      intégré) v (Six ans)                                   l’adresse www.admission.uOttawa.ca ou par téléphone
OLN Général (Trois ans)                                      au 613-562-5315.

                                                             Langue seconde
                                                             La connaissance de la langue seconde n’affecte pas
Université Saint-Paul                                        l’admission. À l’exception des cours de langue, on
                                                             peut rédiger ses travaux et répondre aux questions
OPB    Communications sociales I (certificat) (Un an)        d’examens dans la langue officielle de son choix. Les
ORB    Communications sociales II (certificat) (Un an)       cours de langue seconde sont facultatifs.
OAH    s Communications sociales; Éthique; Relations
       humaines et spiritualité; Théologie (Majeure          Veuillez consulter notre site internet au www.uOttawa.ca,
       [B.A.]) (Quatre ans)                                  ou l’une de nos publications, si vous désirez en savoir
OPH    Éthique (B.A.) n (Quatre ans)                         plus au sujet de nos programmes ou la marche à suivre
OAP    Éthique (certificat) (Un an)                          pour faire demande à l’Université d’Ottawa.
OAZ    Études de conflits n (Spécialisation [B.A.])
       (Quatre ans)                                          Immersion en français/Régime de français enrichi
OAR    Général (B.A.) (Trois ans)                            Si votre langue seconde est le français, vous avez
OCH    Philosophie (certificat) (Un an)                      la possibilité d’obtenir un baccalauréat portant
OCN    Philosophie/Théologie (Spécialisé bidisciplinaire     la mention « Immersion en français » ou pour les
       [B.A.]) (Quatre ans)                                  programmes de sciences « Régime de français enrichi ».
OQF    Théologie (B.Th.) (Quatre ans)                        Ce régime d’études est conçu pour répondre aux
OQB    Théologie (certificat) (Un an)                        objectifs linguistiques personnels de chaque étudiant
                                                             qui souhaite améliorer ses compétences en français tout
L’Université Saint-Paul offre aussi une variété de           en poursuivant son programme d’études normal. Pour
mineures pouvant être jumelées avec un B.A. général          en savoir plus, consultez www.immersion.uOttawa.ca.
ou avec un majeure.
                                                             Frais d’admission en sus
Université Saint-Paul                                        Des frais non remboursables de 70 $, remis au Centre
Admission et services aux étudiants                          de demande d’admission aux universités de l’Ontario,
223, rue Main                                                sont exigés pour toute demande (sauf pour les élèves
Ottawa (Ontario) K1S 1C4                                     inscrits en année terminale du secondaire au Canada
                                                             ou à un programme du cégep du Québec).
Téléphone :     613-236-1393
Télécopieur :   613-782-3014



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Transferts universitaires
À l’exception de certains programmes, on accepte les          Queen’s University
demandes de transfert à tous les programmes de premier
cycle mais les places en 2e, 3e et 4e année sont limitées.
La moyenne minimale varie selon le programme. Les             Queen’s considers applicants only for the programs
candidats sont tenus de fournir des relevés de notes          to which they have applied (except where noted). A
officiels émis au cours des trois dernières années tout en    maximum of one application per program is permitted.
s’assurant d’inclure les relevés de tous les établissements
postsecondaires fréquentés. Des équivalences peuvent          s     Subject of major interest (required for upper
être accordées pour des cours complétés et pertinents               year).
au domaine d’étude des candidats.                             :     First-year entry only.

Candidats adultes                                             QA  Arts
Les personnes qui ne satisfont pas aux conditions             QB  Arts/Education (Concurrent) :
normales d’admission peuvent être admises à titre             QIA Arts : Bader International Study Centre –
régulier aux conditions suivantes :                               Herstmonceux Castle, England
1. avoir la citoyenneté canadienne ou le statut de            QC  Commerce
   résident permanent;                                        QD  Computing (Computing, Computer Science,
2. ne pas avoir fait d’études à temps complet pour                Biomedical Computing, Cognitive Science,
   une période minimale de deux ans consécutifs;                  Software Design)
3. offrir, de l’avis du comité d’admission, des garanties     QG  Computing/Education (Concurrent) :
   de succès scolaire (études à temps partiel ou              QE  Engineering s Chemical; Civil; Computer;
   expérience pertinente);                                        Electrical; Engineering Chemistry; Engineering
4. satisfaire aux exigences préalables du programme               Physics; Geological; Mathematics & Engineering;
   choisi.                                                        Mechanical & Materials; Mining
                                                              QT  Fine Art (Studio: Painting, Time-Based Media,
Candidatures étrangères                                           Sculpture, Printmaking)
L’option d’enseignement coopératif et les programmes          QM  Music
d’infirmières sont offerts uniquement aux citoyens            QMM Music : Music/Education (Concurrent)
canadiens et aux résidents permanents.                        QN  Nursing (all applicants are considered for
                                                                  first-year entry)
Renseignements complémentaires                                QPH Physical & Health Education
Il est fortement recommandé qu’avant de faire                 QS  Science
demande les candidats intéressés communiquent avec            QF  Science/Education (Concurrent) :
l’ambassade ou le consulat canadien pour connaître les        QK  Science Kinesiology
détails quant aux procédures et aux délais en ce qui
touche les demandes de visa d’étudiant.                       Upper-Year Entry Programs
                                                              Information for Students with prior postsecondary
Renseignements supplémentaires                                attendance.
Admission                                                     Applicants are required to enter subject of major
Pavillon Tabaret                                              interest. Applicants are advised to visit our
550, rue Cumberland                                           website for further information about admission
Ottawa ON K1N 6N5                                             requirements and for the most current information:
                                                              www.queensu.ca/admission/.
Téléphone :     613-562-5315                                  QNA Nursing – Advanced Standing Track
Sans-frais :    1-877-868-8292, poste 5315                    QNR Registered Nurse Track (only for applicants who
Télécopieur :   613-562-5790                                         are Registered Nurses)
Information :   www.admission.uOttawa.ca                      QAQ Arts – Advanced Standing s Applied
                admissions@uOttawa.ca                                Economics; Art History; Classical Studies;
Site Web :      www.uOttawa.ca                                       Computing & Creative Arts; Drama; Economics;
                                                                     French Studies; Gender Studies; Geography;
                                                                     German; History; Linguistics; Music; Philosophy;
                                                                     Religious Studies; Sociology; Spanish
                                                              QCQ Commerce – Advanced Standing
                                                              QDA Computing – Advanced Standing s Biomedical
                                                                     Computing; Cognitive Science; Computer
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QEQ Engineering – Advanced Standing s Chemical             from Queen’s that provides instructions for completing
    Engineering; Computer Engineering; Electrical          their application. All supporting documentation must
    Engineering; Engineering – Chemistry;                  be received at Undergraduate Admission before an
    Engineering - Physics; Geological Engineering;         admission decision can be made.
    Mathematics & Engineering; Mechanical &
    Materials Engineering; Mining Engineering              In general, the academic documentation required is:
QTQ Fine Art – Advanced Standing                           •	 Secondary school applicants should provide an
QMQ Music – Advanced Standing                                  official transcript of studies completed as well as
QPQ Physical & Health Education – Advanced                     mid-year marks for current final-year courses.
    Standing                                               •	 Applicants who have attended postsecondary
QSA Science – Advanced Standing s Astrophysics;                institutions should provide an official copy of the
    Chemistry; Geography; Geological Sciences;                 secondary and the postsecondary transcripts.
    Mathematics; Mathematical Physics; Physics;
    Statistics                                             To be official, transcripts must bear an original seal or the
QKQ Science Kinesiology – Advanced Standing                signature of an administrator at the issuing institution.

Second Degree Programs                                     Included with the acknowledgement for first-year
  Applicants must select a concentration in a              students will be information about completing
  substantially new discipline, except for students        the Queen’s Personal Statement of Experience
  wishing to upgrade their degree from General to          (PSE) and Supplementary Essay (if applicable). The
  Honours.                                                 Supplementary Essay is required for some programs:
QAY Second Degree Honours Candidates –                     Concurrent Teacher Education, Commerce. The PSE is a
      Arts s Applied Economics; Art History; Classical     required document for all first-year programs. Both are
      Studies; Computing & Creative Arts; Economics;       completed and submitted online within the online self
      French Studies; Gender Studies; Geography;           service system called the SOLUS Student Centre.
      German; History; Linguistics; Music; Philosophy;
      Religious Studies; Sociology; Spanish                The acknowledgement will also outline the admission
QAW Second Degree Minor Candidates – Arts s                procedure and indicate important dates to remember.
      Art History; Classical Studies; Computing;
      Economics; French Studies; Gender Studies;           It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure that all
      Geography; Geological Sciences; German               required documentation has been submitted to
      Language and Literature; History; Italian;           Queen’s and is received by the document deadline.
      Jewish Studies; Linguistics; Mathematics; Music;
      Philosophy; Physics; Religious Studies; Sociology;   Entry Points
      Spanish; Statistics; World Languages                 September entry only for full-time studies (Code F2012).
QDY Second Degree Honours Candidates –
      Computing s Biomedical Computing; Cognitive          Deadlines
      Science; Computer Science; Computing;
      Software Design                                      First-Year Programs
QDW Second Degree General Candidates –                     Applications
      Computing s Computing                                •	 February 1 if you attend school in Canada or the
QSY Second Degree Honours Candidates –                         United States
      Science s Astrophysics; Chemistry; Geography;        •	 February 15 if you attend a school outside Canada
      Geological Sciences; Mathematics; Mathematical           or the United States
      Physics; Physics; Statistics
QSW Second Degree General Candidates –                     Documents
      Science s Chemistry; Geography; Geological           Applicants not attending an Ontario school who
      Sciences; Mathematics; Physics; Statistics           are able to submit documents by March 1 will be
                                                           considered for early offers of admission.
Admission Procedure
All applicants are required to pay an $85 non-refundable   Applicants who do not attend an Ontario school and
Queen’s University administrative fee to the Ontario       who submit documents between March 2 and April 30
Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC).                   will be considered for subsequent offers of admission.

The Ontario Universities’ Application Centre will          Personal Statement of Experience and
forward applications to Queen’s Undergraduate              Supplementary Essay (if applicable) .............. March 1
Admission. Applicants will be sent an acknowledgement


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Upper-Year Programs                                                    Bursaries and awards are available for both the
Applications                                                           first-year and upper-year programs.
Registered Nurse Track, Fine Art, Music
Nursing Advanced Standing Track ............ February 1                Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education
All other programs.......................................... May 15    (Program Code QB), Bachelor of Science/Bachelor
                                                                       of Education (Program Code QF) and Bachelor of
Documents/Transcripts                                                  Computing/Bachelor of Education (Program Code
Registered Nurse Track, Fine Art,                                      QG) Concurrent Degrees
Nursing Advanced Standing Track ................ March 1               These concurrent programs lead to the completion
All other programs.......................................... June 15   of an Arts, Science or Computing degree as well as
                                                                       an Education degree. From their initial year, students
Note: Part-time admission is possible for the Bachelor                 begin taking Education courses and are provided with
of Arts, Science and Computing programs only.                          in-school experiences that form the basis of theoretical
Part-time on-campus – September entry only. Distance                   studies.
studies – September, January and May entry. Application
information is available at www.queensu.ca/admission/                  If not offered admission to the Bachelor of Computing/
or by contacting Undergraduate Admission directly.                     Bachelor of Education program, applicants will still
                                                                       be considered for the Bachelor of Computing (QD)
Program Notes                                                          program. Consequently, candidates should not select a
                                                                       second Computing program choice at Queen’s.
The Bader International Study Centre (BISC)
at Herstmonceux Castle, U.K.                                           Bachelor of Music/Bachelor of Education
Queen’s University offers a unique study abroad                        Concurrent Degree (Program Code QMM)
opportunity at our international campus, the                           Students take the same music courses as other Bachelor
Bader International Study Centre, situated on the                      of Music students, but also are admitted to the Faculty
15th-century Herstmonceux Castle Estate in East Sussex,                of Education and begin their Education courses and
U.K. Programs at the BISC combine travel-intensive field               placement in their first year at university. The fourth
study with internationally focused, fully accredited                   year of study focuses on completing the Bachelor of
courses with smaller class sizes, allowing students                    Music, while the fifth year is devoted to completing
first-hand experience to complement what they have                     the Bachelor of Education.
learned in the classroom.
                                                                       If the student is not offered admission to the BMus/BEd
The First-Year Program in England                                      program, applicants will be considered for the Bachelor
(Program Code QIA)                                                     of Music (QM) program. Consequently, candidates
The First-Year Program in England allows secondary                     should not select a second Music program choice at
school graduates to begin their university studies in                  Queen’s.
an international environment. After spending the first
year at the BISC, students complete their academic                     Bachelor of Arts (Program Code QA) and
program at the Kingston campus. Bursaries and awards                   Bachelor of Science Degrees (Program Code QS)
are available.                                                         Queen’s Arts and Science students are able to tailor
                                                                       their studies to suit their own interests. Dynamic and
The Upper-Year Program                                                 challenging programs in the humanities and social,
The Upper-Year Program presents students who have                      natural and physical sciences provide both depth and
completed at least one year of university study with                   breadth. As members of a fully integrated faculty,
the opportunity to spend a term or a year abroad at                    students have the flexibility to pursue one core field
the BISC. A wide variety of course offerings (including                of study or widen their concentration to encompass
social science, language, humanities, and international                courses from a variety of areas.
business and law courses) permit students from all
disciplines to take advantage of this unique study                     School of Computing (Program Code QD)
opportunity. The Upper-Year Program is open to                         The School of Computing offers the opportunity to
university students from Canada and around the                         study such advanced topics as artificial intelligence,
world. Application for this program is made directly                   computer graphics, human-computer interfaces, neural
to Queen’s, not through the OUAC. Please contact                       and genetic computing, computational biology, and
Undergraduate Admission at 613-533-2217 or send an                     medical informatics. Students may choose from a
email to iscinfo@queensu.ca.                                           general or major concentration in Computing, a major
                                                                       concentration in Computer Science, or one of three
                                                                       specialized programs:



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1. Biomedical Computing is the only program of             Bachelor of Nursing Science Degree
   its type in Canada and provides students with an        (Program Code QN)
   education in the fundamental areas of computer          Through an innovative, research-focused curriculum,
   science and life sciences. It also provides a link      this four-year program provides students with a
   between these areas through new, specialized            strong background in basic and behavioural sciences.
   courses in medical informatics and computational        Graduates are prepared to become skilled practitioners
   biology.                                                or to use their nursing degree as a foundation for
2. Cognitive Science is an interdisciplinary program       graduate study or other careers.
   that    draws    from   computing,     psychology,
   philosophy, linguistics and neuroscience. This          Bachelor of Physical & Health Education Degree
   specialization focuses on intelligence in artificial    (Program Code QPH)
   and living systems.                                     The Bachelor of Physical & Health Education provides
3. Software Design is a specialization designed to         a program of study for students who are interested in
   develop a new generation of high-tech innovators        the socio-cultural study of sport and physical activity
   and entrepreneurs. Students will study topics such      or a program focus in epidemiology and health
   as database management, software engineering            promotion. The program also exceeds the minimum
   and software requirements.                              accreditation standards for pre-teaching training in
                                                           Physical Education set out by the Canadian Council
Bachelor of Commerce Degree                                of University Physical Education and Kinesiology
(Program Code QC)                                          Administrators (CCUPEKA).
This four-year program balances a solid grounding
in the discipline of management during the first two       Bachelor of Fine Art Degree (Program Code QT)
years with the opportunity to specialize in areas of       The Queen’s BFA program nurtures excellence in
interest such as finance or marketing in the final years   four related media streams: painting, printmaking,
of the program.                                            sculpture, and time-based media. Individualized,
                                                           uninterrupted instruction and studio time, along with
Bachelor of Science in Engineering Degree                  regular opportunities to exhibit work, are hallmarks of
(Program Code QE)                                          our program.
The Engineering programs at Queen’s are: Civil,
Chemical, Computer, Electrical, Mechanical, Mining,        Residence Accommodation
Engineering     Chemistry,  Geological   Engineering,      Queen’s is a residential university and all applicants
Mathematics & Engineering, and Engineering Physics.        who are admitted to first year will have residence
Prior to entering any one of these programs, students      accommodation         guaranteed     if   the   residence
complete a common first year. Students work on             application and deposit are received by the specified
open-ended engineering projects in small groups and        deadline. The majority of first-year students choose
learn basic science and engineering designs as well as     to live in one of the university’s fifteen residences. An
communication and team skills.                             all-inclusive, all-you-can-eat meal plan is complemented
                                                           by “Flex Dollars” that may be used at a number of
Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology Degree                  retail establishments on campus.
(Program Code QK)
The Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology program             Internship Program
encompasses the study of human movement on a               This program allows students to gain experience while
continuum from cell structure and function to the place    earning money to offset the cost of their degree
of human movement in a social context The program          program. Work experience internships of 12 or 16
is organized around a framework that includes explicit     months in duration provide an opportunity to gain
disciplinary content in the physical, behavioural and      relevant work experience at a high technical level
social sciences.                                           within a time frame that allows students to undertake
                                                           substantial projects. The program is primarily
Bachelor of Music Degree (Program Code QM)                 available to Commerce, Engineering, Computing and
The School of Music meets the varied needs of each         Biochemistry students but is open to students in all
student with a program that is both flexible and           undergraduate programs.
diverse. Small classes and accessible faculty help to
ensure a personalized, hands-on learning experience in     Students with Disabilities
a challenging yet supportive environment.                  Queen’s provides services for registered Queen’s
                                                           students with disabilities, including assessment, special
                                                           exam and registration arrangements, note takers,
                                                           adaptive technology, counselling, referral services,


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library aids, liaison with faculty and staff, and peer       Government Student Financial Assistance
mentors. More information regarding available                The federal and provincial governments provide
services can be found at www.queensu.ca/hcds/ or by          student financial assistance for Canadian citizens,
contacting Health, Counselling and Disability Services       permanent residents and protected persons studying
at 613-533-6467, TYY 613-533-6566.                           at the postsecondary level. This assistance is generally
                                                             offered in the form of non-repayable grants and
International Focus                                          repayable loans allocated on the basis of demonstrated
Through the Bader International Study Centre (BISC) at       financial need (as determined by the government) and
Herstmonceux Castle, U.K. and more than 150 exchange         is intended to supplement student and family resources.
programs in 45 countries around the world, Queen’s           Students may be eligible for student grants and loans
University strongly encourages its students to gain an       by applying through the appropriate provincial or
international perspective. Students who wish to do an        territorial authorities.
exchange program normally do so during their third year
of study; however, they may study at the BISC in any year.   For    further    information  about   scholarships,
                                                             awards,     bursaries   and   government    student
Visiting Queen’s                                             financial assistance contact Student Awards at
The campus tour program allows applicants to be a            613-533-2216, email awards@queensu.ca or visit
student for a day. Tours are available daily, Monday         www.queensu.ca/studentawards/.
through Friday, excluding public holidays and exam
times. Details and registration are available at             Test of Facility in English
http://queensu.ca/admission/contacts.html. The Fall          Applicants who have not
Preview and the March Break Open House are also              •	 lived in a country where English is the
excellent opportunities to visit Queen’s.                        acknowledged primary language or
                                                             •	 attended an educational institution full-time where
Admission Scholarships and Awards                                the language of instruction is English
Queen’s University attracts a community of outstanding       for the most recent three years prior to beginning their
student scholars to its faculties and programs. To           university studies must achieve a satisfactory score on
reward this high level of academic excellence, Queen’s       one of the tests of facility in English listed below. The
offers a wide range of scholarships and awards to            university reserves the right to request a standardized
students entering the first year of postsecondary            English language test score.
studies at Queen’s University.
                                                             The test of facility in English is a firm requirement and
A separate application form is required for the Major        admission decisions cannot be made until an acceptable
Admission Awards with a deadline of December 1, 2011.        score has been reported. If applicants are in doubt about
The application for the Major Admission Awards               whether they meet Queen’s language requirements,
will be available on the Student Awards website in           they should submit an acceptable English language test
September 2011. Queen’s also offers grades-based             score as soon as possible to avoid potential delays in the
admission scholarships. By applying for admission to         processing of their application for admission. Test results
Queen’s, all applicants are automatically considered         must be sent directly to Queen’s by the testing centre.
for a grades-based admission scholarship, regardless
of citizenship. Unless otherwise stated, admission           Queen’s School of English
scholarships, bursaries and awards are available to          If a pass on a 12-week English for Academic Purposes
Canadian citizens and permanent residents entering           course completed at Queen’s School of English is
the first year of postsecondary education for the            achieved prior to the time of application, an
first time. Queen’s also offers admission scholarships       English language test score may not be required. See
to international students on the basis of superior           www.queensu.ca/qsoe/ for details.
academics; no scholarship application is required.
                                                             QBridge is a university preparatory program through
Admission Bursaries                                          which select students can receive a conditional offer to
Bursaries are non-repayable grants available to              degree studies at Queen’s. Successful applicants will be
students who demonstrate financial need. Bursaries           admitted and enrolled in the Queen’s School of English
are also available for students planning to study at         and then admitted to the undergraduate degree
the Bader International Study Centre at Herstmonceux         program, conditional upon satisfactory completion of
in England. The deadline to apply for a 2012 Queen’s         an advanced English language training course. This
Admission Bursary is March 1, 2012. The common               10-week course will be offered in the Spring/Summer
online application will be available on the Student          term, beginning in June 2012. For more information
Awards website in September 2011.



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about QBridge visit www.queensu.ca/qsoe/qbridge.html
or email us at admission@queensu.ca.                        Ryerson University
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)
www.toefl.org                                               n     Co-op option program available starting from
•	 For the iBT test the minimum score is 88 with                  third year.
    minimums of: Writing 24, Speaking 22, Reading 22,       :     These programs are accredited by the Canadian
    Listening 20.                                                 Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB).
•	 For the paper-based test a minimum score of              t     Collaborative program.
    580 and a Test of Written English (TWE) with a          H     Direct Entry program for Ontario College
    minimum score of 5.0.                                         three-year Business Administration diploma
                                                                  graduates.
To ensure that official results are forwarded directly to   v     Optional Industrial Internship program.
Queen’s, the code number 0949 should be inserted on
the request for the Official Score Report.                  Degree Programs – Full-time

International English Language Testing System               Arts, Faculty of:
(IELTS) www.ielts.org                                       SCS    Arts and Contemporary Studies
On the Academic Module the minimum acceptable               SIE    International Economics and Finance
score is 7.                                                 Bachelor of Arts in:
                                                            SCI    Criminal Justice
Canadian Academic English Language                          SEN English
Assessment (CAEL) www.cael.ca                               SAS    Environmental and Urban Sustainability
The minimum acceptable score is an overall band of 70              (pending Board of Governors Approval)
with no band below 60.                                      SAC Geographic Analysis
                                                            SAH History (pending Board of Governors Approval)
Michigan English Language Assessment Battery                SPG Politics and Governance
(MELAB) www.lsa.umich.edu/eli/testing/melab/.               SPS    Psychology
The minimum acceptable score is 90.                         SSO Sociology
                                                            SUN Undeclared (entry option only)
Inquiring About Application Status
Queen’s offers a web service that enables applicants        Ted Rogers School of Management:
to review their application and documentation status        SBO Accounting and Finance
and to complete their Queen’s Personal Statement            SBE     Business Management (four-year program)
of Experience (PSE) and Supplementary Essay (if             The following eight programs are direct entry for
applicable) online.                                         college graduates only. Select one option only.
                                                                 SF   Business Management – Accounting Major H
Undergraduate Admission, Gordon Hall                             SG Business Management – Economics and
Queen’s University                                                    Management Science Major H
74 Union Street                                                  SB Business Management – Entrepreneurship
Kingston ON K7L 3N6                                                   Major H
                                                                 SN Business Management – Finance Major H
Telephone:               613-533-2218                            SO Business Management – Global Management
Student Awards:          613-533-2216                                 Major H
Email:                   admission@queensu.ca                    SQ Business Management – Human Resources
Website:                 www.queensu.ca                               Management Major H
                                                                 ST   Business Management – Law and Business
                                                                      Major H
                                                                 SJ   Business Management – Marketing
                                                                      Management Major H

                                                            SBB   Business Technology Management n
                                                            SBN   Business Technology Management – Advanced
                                                                  Standing fifth semester – For Ontario
                                                                  College three-year diploma graduates with
                                                                  specializations in IT, Computer Programming or
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SBZ   Business Technology Management (two-year        Engineering and Architecture, Faculty of:
      program) for three-year Ontario College         SAA Aerospace Engineering :v
      Business diploma graduates                      SBI  Biomedical Engineering v
SHP   Hospitality and Tourism Management              SCF  Chemical Engineering Co-op :
SBR   Retail Management                               SCG Civil Engineering :v
                                                      SCE  Computer Engineering :v
Communication and Design, Faculty of:                 SEJ  Electrical Engineering :v
SFM Fashion – Communication                           SIQ  Industrial Engineering :v
SFL Fashion – Design                                  SMW Mechanical Engineering :v
SGO Graphic Communications Management                 SEU Undeclared (Entry Option Only)
SPA Image Arts – Film Studies
SPB Image Arts – New Media                            Science, Faculty of:
SPC Image Arts – Photography Studies                  SAD Architectural Science
SIR Interior Design                                   SBX Biology n
SJT Journalism                                        SCH Chemistry n
SRD Radio and Television                              SAB Computer Science n
SDK Theatre: Performance Acting                       SSI   Contemporary Science n
SDL Theatre: Performance Dance                        SEA Mathematics and its Applications n
SDM Theatre: Performance Production                   SMP Medical Physics n
                                                      SUD Undeclared (entry option only)
Community Services, Faculty of:
SCY Child and Youth Care (four-year program)          Part-Time Degree Programs
SCU Child and Youth Care for Ontario College CYW      These programs are not open to international (study
    diploma graduates                                 permit) applicants outside of Canada.
SEH Early Childhood Education (four-year program)
SDN Early Childhood Education for Ontario College     Arts, Faculty of:
    ECE diploma graduates                             SDF    Public Administration and Governance (PT)
SYF Midwifery
SNX Nursing at Ryerson t                              Ted Rogers School of Management:
SNN Nursing at Centennial College t                   SDB Business Management (PT)
SNG Nursing at George Brown College t                 The following eight programs are direct entry for
SNY Nursing (Post-diploma)                            college graduates only. Select one option only.
SFN Nutrition and Food                                     SBA Business Management – Accounting
SOH Occupational and Public Health – Occupational               Major H (PT)
    Health and Safety n                                    SBC Business Management – Economics and
SOG Occupational and Public Health – Occupational               Management Science Major H (PT)
    Health and Safety (two-year program) for               SBJ Business Management – Entrepreneurship
    University Graduates                                        Major H (PT)
SEK Occupational and Public Health – Public Health         SBF Business Management – Finance Major H (PT)
    and Safety n                                           SBK Business Management – Global Management
SEG Occupational and Public Health – Public Health              Major H (PT)
    and Safety (two-year program) for University           SBH Business Management – Human Resources
    Graduates                                                   Management Major H (PT)
SSE Social Work                                            SBL Business Management – Law and Business
SSF Social Work – Advanced Standing to Year Three               Major H (PT)
    (for CAAT Social Services diploma graduates and        SBG Business Management – Marketing
    university BA graduates) – No intake for fall               Management Major H (PT)
    2012                                                   STM Business Technology Management (PT)
SUP Urban and Regional Planning                            STT Business Technology Management –
SPP Urban and Regional Planning for Degree                      Advanced Standing to fifth semester –
    Graduates of English Language Universities                  For Ontario College three year
    (two-year program)                                          diploma graduates with specializations
SPQ Urban and Regional Planning for diploma                     in IT, Computer Programming or
    graduates from Fanshawe and Mohawk Urban                    Telecommunications (PT)
    Planning programs (two-year program)                   STN Business Technology Management –
                                                                Advanced Standing to fifth semester – For




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        three-year Ontario College Business diploma         programs of study that provide a balance between
        graduates (PT)                                      theory and application, and prepare students for careers
    SBP Retail Management (PT)                              in a variety of professional and quasi-professional fields.
                                                            As a leading centre for applied education, Ryerson
Community Services, Faculty of:                             is recognized for the excellence of its teaching; the
SDC Child and Youth Care for Ontario College CYW            relevance of its curriculum; the success of its students
    diploma graduates (PT)                                  in achieving their academic and career objectives; the
SBD Disability Studies (PT)                                 quality of its scholarship, research and creative activity;
SDD Early Childhood Education for Ontario College           and its commitment to accessibility, lifelong learning
    ECE diploma graduates (PT)                              and involvement in the broader community.
SHA Health Information Management – Degree
    Completion Program (PT)                                 Visit Ryerson
SOJ Health Services Management – Degree                     We offer general campus tours and a variety of
    Completion Program (PT)                                 special events for prospective students and applicants.
SYY Midwifery (PT)                                          Visit    www.ryerson.ca/undergraduate/admission/visit/
SDE Nursing (Post-diploma) (PT)                             for details.
SDG Social Work – Advanced Standing to Year Three
    – for Ontario College Social Service diploma            Application Dates
    graduates and university BA graduates (PT)              In many cases, Ryerson uses portfolios, interviews,
                                                            auditions and references, as well as grades, to select
Engineering, Architecture and Science, Faculty of:          students. Equal consideration is guaranteed to all
Science:                                                    applicants who apply (with a “complete” application)
SAE Computer Science (PT)                                   by the following deadlines:

Profile                                                         February 1 – Guaranteed Consideration Date
Ryerson University is Canada’s leader in innovative,            for Applications to Grades-Plus Programs.
career-oriented education and a university clearly on           Grades-Plus programs select students on the
the move. With a mission to serve societal need, and a          basis of grades plus non-academic criteria such as
long-standing commitment to engaging its community,             auditions, portfolios, essays, etc.
Ryerson offers close to 100 undergraduate and
graduate programs. Distinctly urban, culturally diverse         March 1 – Guaranteed Consideration Date
and inclusive, the university is home to 28,000 students,       for Applications to Grades-Only Programs.
including 2,000 masters and PhD students, nearly 2,700          Grades-Only programs select students on the basis
tenured and tenure-track faculty and staff, and more            of academic achievement.
than 130,000 alumni worldwide.
                                                            Many programs review applications after these dates
                                                            subject to space availability.
Undergraduate Degrees
Bachelor of Applied Science
                                                            Applicants to the Midwifery program may apply to
Bachelor of Architectural Science
                                                            only one university Midwifery program in the province.
Bachelor of Arts
                                                            The required Ryerson Midwifery Supplementary
Bachelor of Commerce
                                                            Application and personal letter must be received by
Bachelor of Design
                                                            Undergraduate Admissions and Recruitment at Ryerson
Bachelor of Engineering
                                                            by February 1, 2012.
Bachelor of Fine Arts
Bachelor of Health Administration
                                                            Ryerson will not process applications that are
Bachelor of Health Sciences
                                                            incomplete,  including incomplete    immigration
Bachelor of Interior Design
                                                            information.
Bachelor of Journalism
Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Science in Nursing                              An additional non-academic assessment fee of $50
Bachelor of Social Work                                     (subject to change) applies to most programs within
Bachelor of Technology                                      the Faculty of Communication and Design. Further
Bachelor of Urban and Regional Planning                     information about this fee will be communicated
                                                            by Ryerson, as applicable, after an application
                                                            has been processed. For further information on
Special Characteristics
                                                            non-academic requirements and dates please visit:
The special mission of Ryerson University is the
                                                            www.ryerson.ca/undergraduate/admission/overview/
advancement of applied knowledge and research to
                                                            and select Non-Academic Requirements.
address a societal need, along with the provision of

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Ryerson Supplementary Form                                •	   are 21 years of age by December 31 of the year in
As part of the application process, all applicants who         which they will commence studies;
are not currently attending an Ontario secondary          •	   have been away from formal education for at least
school in a daytime program of study are required              two years;
to submit a Supplementary Form. There is also a           •	   are Canadian citizens or permanent residents, or
supplemental/document evaluation fee of $80 (in                are sponsored by a Canadian government agency;
addition to the base application fee) for all OUAC        •	   Can present tangible evidence of ability to cope
105 applicants; the $80 non-refundable fee is paid             with the program at Ryerson and have completed,
once per application and is collected by the OUAC on           typically with grades of 70 percent or higher, all
behalf of Ryerson University. The form is available at         subject prerequisite(s) or equivalent required for
www.ryerson.ca/undergraduate/admission/apply/forms/.           individual program admission.

Officially Certified Academic Transcripts                 In support of their application, it is recommended that
All applicants must arrange to have one set of            mature student applicants include the following on
officially certified academic transcripts, including      their Ryerson Supplementary Form:
promotion/graduation status of your secondary and         •	 why they have chosen this program;
all postsecondary education (whether or not they          •	 career ambitions/career goals;
completed their program successfully), submitted          •	 past work experience.
directly by the issuing school and/or agency to
Undergraduate Admissions and Recruitment.                 Minimum grades do not guarantee admission. Subject
                                                          to competition, candidates may be required to present
Current or Former Ryerson Students                        averages/grades above the minimum. Please contact
Use    the    Ryerson    Application     available  at    Undergraduate Admissions and Recruitment for
www.ryerson.ca/undergraduate/admission/apply/forms/       detailed information.
to apply to an undergraduate program* if you are:
•	 a current Ryerson student,                             Admission with Advanced Standing
•	 a former Ryerson student (since fall 1984),            or Transfer Credit
•	 applying to a part-time program only at Ryerson,       Applicants who have previously completed one or more
•	 applying to be a special student, or                   semesters at Ryerson or another accredited postsecondary
•	 applying for re-admission or reinstatement.            institution may be eligible for advanced standing
                                                          (admission to a level higher than first year/semester)
*Applicants to the Midwifery program must apply           and/or for transfer credit(s). All such applications are
through the Ontario Universities’ Application             assessed in competition with other new applications
Centre (OUAC) unless they are applying for                and will be judged on academic and, where applicable,
re-admission or reinstatement to the program,             non-academic criteria, as well as availability of space.
in which case a Ryerson application must be
submitted.                                                Details about advanced standing and transfer credit
                                                          are included in the Admission Procedures and Policies
English Language Requirements                             section of Ryerson’s Undergraduate Calendar at
Applicants from a country where English is not            www.ryerson.ca/undergraduate/calendars/.
the first language, or where English is an official       Transfer credit applications are available online at
language but not the first language, including            www.ryerson.ca/currentstudents/transfercredits/.
applicants who have resided in Canada for four
calendar years or less (i.e., your date of entry to       Bachelor of Arts – Undeclared
Canada was on or after January 1, 2008, for fall          Bachelor of Arts – Undeclared is a one-year entry
2012 entry) are required to present proof of English      option only. Transfer credit/advanced standing
proficiency at a satisfactory level. For details, visit   cannot be granted for this option. Students who are
www.ryerson.ca/undergraduate/admission/english/.          completing, or have already completed, postsecondary
                                                          studies must apply to one of the other Bachelor of
Note: Ryerson will not accept 4U English or equivalent    Arts programs, including Criminal Justice, English,
in lieu of a test of English language proficiency.        Geographic Analysis, Politics and Governance,
                                                          Psychology and Sociology. Programs in the areas of
Mature Students                                           Environmental and Urban Sustainability and History
Applicants who do not possess the minimum admission       are under development. For further details please visit:
requirements are eligible to be considered for            www.ryerson.ca/undergraduate/admission/programs/.
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Scholarships                                                 Further Information
Entrance and in-program scholarships are available. For      Undergraduate Admissions and Recruitment
details about eligibility and application deadlines, visit   Ryerson University
www.ryerson.ca/awards/.                                      350 Victoria Street
                                                             Toronto ON M5B 2K3
The Access Centre for Students with Disabilities
The Access Centre provides students with disabilities        Telephone:              416-979-5036
accommodation services and supports needed to                Fax:                    416-979-5221
achieve academic success and access to the university        Website:                www.ryerson.ca/undergraduate/
within the provisions of the Ontario Human Rights                                    admission
Code. The Access Centre staff work in co-operation
with departments at Ryerson to ensure that students          Immediate answers to your questions:
with disabilities receive the services they need.                                 http://ask.ryerson.ca
Accommodations may include but are not limited               Your portal page for events, news and tracking your
to: books in alternative formats; arranging sign             application status:    http://choose.ryerson.ca
language interpreting; note-taking; test and exam
accommodations; testing for learning disabilities;
and information about educational assistants and
personal attendants. In order to support and assist
students with the admissions procedure, students are         University of Toronto
advised to identify themselves to the Centre. At the
time of acceptance, students are asked to set up an
appointment with a disability counsellor. Students will      History
be asked to supply medical documentation of their            Established in 1827, the University of Toronto is one of
disability. All documents are confidential and remain        the oldest universities in North America. Its reputation
at the Access Centre. The counsellor will assist in          extends far beyond the continent.
arranging the approved accommodation and refer to
the other services at the university as needed.              Special Characteristics
                                                             Canada’s largest university has three campuses: U of T
Telephone:              416-979-5290                         St. George in downtown Toronto; U of T Scarborough,
TTY:                    416-979-5274                         22 km to the east of the downtown campus; and U of T
Fax:                    416-979-5094                         Mississauga, 27 km to the west of the downtown campus.
Website:                www.ryerson.ca/accesscentre/
                                                             The University of Toronto is internationally renowned
Part-Time Program Only Applicants
                                                             as a great public research university where talented
Students applying to both a part-time program and a
                                                             students have affordable access to some of the world’s
full-time program at Ryerson (or a program at another
                                                             best scholars and researchers. No university in Canada,
university in Ontario) should use this OUAC form.
                                                             and few in North America, can match the range and
Students applying to a Ryerson part-time degree program
                                                             reputation of U of T’s programs.
only, may apply on the Ryerson online application at
www.ryerson.ca/undergraduate/admission/apply/forms/.
                                                             The University of Toronto provides students with
Exceptions: 1) Applicants to the Midwifery program
                                                             resources that compete with the world’s elite
(part-time or full-time) must use the OUAC application
                                                             universities. U of T’s library system is ranked among the
form. 2) Part-time application forms are not open to
                                                             top five universities in North America for its holdings
international students.
                                                             of books, periodicals and other reference materials.
                                                             There are outstanding athletic facilities, extensive
BScN in Nursing – Collaborative Program
                                                             computer networking services and incredible research
Applicants interested in Nursing have three locations
                                                             facilities that help to attract, and keep, U of T’s greatest
to choose from: Ryerson, Centennial College or George
                                                             resource – its human talent.
Brown College. Applicants choosing Centennial or
George Brown will complete the final two years of
                                                             International Opportunities
the program at Ryerson University and will receive a
                                                             The University of Toronto offers many different
Ryerson degree. This is a joint BScN Nursing Degree
                                                             opportunities to participate in exchange programs,
sharing the same program of studies and clinical
                                                             including study abroad programs and international
placement settings.
                                                             summer programs, through partnerships with leading
                                                             universities around the world.




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Special Needs Services                                      (OUAC), is required of all applicants. Upon receipt
Accessibility Services is part of U of T’s commitment to    of your OUAC application, U of T will send you an
maintaining an accessible and welcoming university          email acknowledgement that provides instructions for
community. Assessment and financial support                 completing your application. Please note that your
are available to assist students with physical or           application cannot be considered until any required
learning disabilities as well as students with chronic      documentation has been received.
health problems. Services range from on-campus
transportation, books on tape and note-taking, to the       Information About Application Choices
latest adaptive equipment, which is made available          Make only one selection within each of the following:
through the Adaptive Technology Resource Centre. For        Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering; Faculty of
information about Accessibility Services, visit:            Arts and Science, St. George campus; Faculty of Music;
•	 www.accessibility.utoronto.ca                            Faculty of Physical Education and Health; University
    for the St. George Campus,                              of Toronto Mississauga; University of Toronto
•	 www.utm.utoronto.ca/access/                              Scarborough; International Foundation Program; and
    for University of Toronto Mississauga,                  Medical Radiation Sciences. Any alternate faculty or
•	 www.utsc.utoronto.ca/ability/                            campus choice must be listed on the application to
    for University of Toronto Scarborough.                  ensure consideration.

Residence Accommodations                                    English Language Requirements
U of T student housing offerings are as varied as           Applicants whose first language is not English may be
the people who live in them. We have the same               required to provide proof of English facility. Refer to
philosophy for housing and community as we do for           www.adm.utoronto.ca for details.
learning: different people have different needs. Refer
to www.housing.utoronto.ca for detailed information.        Campus Visits
                                                            www.discover.utoronto.ca/connect/campus-tours/
Scholarships
The University of Toronto offers approximately 2,300        Further Information
admission scholarships that total over $6 million.          www.adm.utoronto.ca or www.utoronto.ca
In most cases, no separate application is required.
Selection is based on the candidate’s overall record,       Admissions and Awards
with particular emphasis being placed on the most           University of Toronto
recent results. Further information can be found at         172 St. George Street
www.adm.utoronto.ca (select the “Awards” link).             Toronto ON M5R 0A3
                                                            Telephone:     416-978-2190
Student Financial Support
For Canadian students, the University of Toronto is
committed to the principle that no student admitted
to a program will be unable to enroll in or complete        University of Toronto St. George
the program due to a lack of financial means. The
commitment is based on the assumption that students         Programs and Codes – September Entry –
will first access the government aid for which they are     Full-time Study
eligible. Financial need is assessed based on the Ontario
Student Assistance Program (OSAP) and those whose           Applied Science and Engineering – St. George
assessed need is not fully covered by government aid        Campus
will receive additional funding from the university.        Make only one selection. Applicants interested in
                                                            alternate engineering choices may indicate these on
U of T Advance Planning for Students (UTAPS)                the online student profile. A completed student profile
Canadian citizens, permanent residents and protected        and profile fee of $60 are required of all applicants.
persons who are concerned about the financial cost of       See www.discover.engineering.utoronto.ca for detailed
attending university can obtain preliminary information     information.
about the amount of funding that they can expect to
receive from government programs and other forms            Track One (General Engineering) allows students to
of financial assistance by completing an online UTAPS       take a broad selection of courses in their first year in
application.                                                order to help them determine which of the core eight
                                                            programs (excluding Engineering Science) they would
Applicant Information                                       like to pursue in second year.
A non-refundable service fee of $90, remitted directly
to the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre

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Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering subjects            TUG    International Foundation Program – Faculty of
of major interest are shown for information purposes                  Arts and Science, St. George Campus
only. Options are chosen after first year.                     TUH    International Foundation Program – Applied
                                                                      Science and Engineering
TEO    Track One (General Engineering) (common first
       year) (first-year entry only)                           Medical Radiation Sciences – St. George Campus
TB     Chemical Engineering                                    (joint programs with Michener Institute of
TV     Civil Engineering                                       Applied Health Sciences)
TCS    Computer Engineering                                    Make only one selection. Second-entry program
TE     Electrical Engineering                                  requiring university studies. See www.michener.ca/ft/
TK     Engineering Science                                     radsci.php for detailed information.
TI     Industrial Engineering
TTM    Materials Engineering                                   TRS    Medical Radiation Sciences – Radiological
TM     Mechanical Engineering                                         Technology
TG     Mineral Engineering                                     TRN    Medical Radiation Sciences – Nuclear Medicine
                                                                      Technology
Architecture, Landscape, and Design – St. George               TRT    Medical Radiation Sciences – Radiation Therapy
Campus
Specific information about courses and programs can            Music – St. George Campus
be found at www.daniels.utoronto.ca.                           Make only one selection. Applicants interested in a
                                                               second Music choice may indicate this preference on the
TLA    Architectural Studies (BA)                              Music Questionnaire. A completed Music Questionnaire
                                                               and a $60 audition/interview fee are required of
Faculty of Arts and Science – St. George Campus                all applicants. Jazz applicants are also required to
Make only one selection. While you are asked to                submit an audition DVD for pre-screening. Successful
indicate a subject of major interest, it is not until second   applicants will be invited to audition in person. See
year that you will be required to choose your program.         www.music.utoronto.ca for detailed information.
Each Faculty of Arts and Science student is a member
of one of seven colleges. You must indicate your               Concurrent Teacher Education Program (CTEP)
college preference when you apply. Selecting a college         applicants must also complete an online CTEP Applicant
is a personal decision unrelated to choice of program.         Profile and pay a profile fee of $50. Details will be
Details and descriptions of the colleges can be found at       provided after your application is received.
www.artsci.utoronto.ca/futurestudents/colleges/.
                                                               Apply to Music Bac (TZ) if your area of interest is
An online profile with an additional fee of $50 is             composition, comprehensive, or history and theory. A
required for Rotman Commerce. Details will be                  portfolio of compositions is also required for applicants
provided after your application is received.                   interested in the composition program.

TAC    Rotman Commerce                                         TO     Artist Diploma
TAD    Computer Science                                        TZ     Music Bac
TAH    Humanities (Arts)                                       TD     Music Bac Music Education
TLG    Life Sciences (including Psychology)                    TX     Music Bac Performance
TPG    Physical & Mathematical Sciences                        TEE    Concurrent Teacher Education/Music Education
TAX    Social Sciences                                                (MusBac Music Education, BEd) (first-year entry
                                                                      only)
International Foundation Program –
St. George Campus                                              Nursing – St. George Campus
Make only one selection. You must indicate your subject        Second-entry program requiring university studies.
of major interest. The International Foundation Program        See http://bloomberg.nursing.utoronto.ca for detailed
(www.ifp.utoronto.ca) is open to academically qualified        information.
international students whose English facility test scores
do not yet meet the University of Toronto’s English            TN     Nursing
language requirements. Students who have previously
attended any postsecondary institution are not eligible
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Physical Education & Health/Kinesiology –                    To be considered for the Theatre & Drama program
St. George Campus                                            (joint program with Sheridan College), you must
New Program: BKIN – Bachelor of Kinesiology                  complete an audition and pay an audition fee of
The Faculty now offers a BPHE and BKIN degree                $50. Details will be provided after your application is
program. Apply to both programs using the same code          received.
(TP). Admitted students will complete the same courses
in first and second year. At the end of their second year,   H      Applications will not be considered
students will declare their preferred program of study,             from students who have completed any
and complete the requirements for that degree.                      postsecondary studies.

Make only one selection. Applicants who apply to,            TMW Chemical & Physical Sciences
but are not admitted to, the Concurrent Teacher              TME Commerce (including Accounting, Finance,
Education/Physical Education & Health Program (CTEP)             Human Resources Management, Marketing)
will automatically be considered for admission to the        TMC Communication, Culture & Information
Physical Education and Health/Kinesiology Program.               Technology (joint program with Sheridan
See www.physical.utoronto.ca for detailed information.           College)
Transfer students are not normally considered for            TMZ Computer Science, Mathematics & Statistics
admission to the CTEP Program.                               TEB Concurrent Teacher Education – French
                                                                 (HBA, BEd) H
The Concurrent Teacher Education Program (CTEP)              TEM Concurrent Teacher Education – Mathematics
allows students to simultaneously complete physical              (HBSc, BEd) H
and health education and teacher preparation courses         TEC Concurrent Teacher Education – Chemistry
over a five-year period, and graduate with both their            (HBSc, BEd) H
professional teacher qualification for teaching at           TED Concurrent Teacher Education, Primary/Junior
the intermediate/senior level (BEd) and an Honours               (Focus on Exceptional Learners) (HBSc, BEd) H
bachelor’s degree in Physical and Health Education           TMK Forensic Science
(BPHE).                                                      TMH Humanities
                                                             TML Life Sciences
A Statement of Interest is required for both the             TMG Management
BPHE and CTEP programs. CTEP applicants are also             TMP Psychology
required to submit an online Applicant Profile with          TMS Social Sciences
an additional fee of $50. Details will be provided after     TMT Theatre & Drama (joint program with Sheridan
your application is received.                                    College) (audition required)
                                                             TEV Visual Studies (joint program with Sheridan
TP     Physical Education & Health/Kinesiology                   College) (no portfolio required)
TEP    Concurrent Teacher Education/Physical
       Education & Health (BPHE, BEd) (first-year entry      General Information
       only)                                                 U of T Mississauga is a student-centred research
                                                             community highly respected for its academic programs
                                                             and research contributions. Located in a park-like
                                                             expanse in Canada’s sixth largest city, U of T Mississauga
University of Toronto Mississauga                            is approximately 27 km from Toronto city centre and
                                                             directly accessible by U of T shuttle bus.
Programs and Codes – September Entry – Full-time
Study                                                        U of T Mississauga’s unique educational programs
                                                             include a broad range of Arts, Science and Commerce/
Make only one selection. You must indicate your              Management programs, Concurrent Teacher Education
subject of major interest. Eligible applicants may           programs, and joint programs with Sheridan Institute
be considered for appropriate alternate choices              of Technology and Advanced Learning.
if not admitted to their preferred choice. Specific
information about courses and programs can be found          Residences
at www.utm.utoronto.ca.                                      Web:               www.utm.utoronto.ca/housing/
                                                             Telephone:         905-828-5286
To be considered for the Concurrent Teacher Education
Program (CTEP), you must complete an online CTEP             Scholarships, Awards, and Financial Aid
Applicant Profile and pay a profile fee of $50. Details      www.utm.utoronto.ca/awards/
will be provided after your application is received.



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Further Information                                        TSM    Management (including Economics)
U of T Mississauga Office of the Registrar                 TXN    Neuroscience
South Building, Room 2122                                  TSI    Paramedicine (Joint program with Centennial
3359 Mississauga Road North                                       College)
Mississauga ON L5L 1C6                                     TPS    Psychology (including Mental Health Studies)
                                                           TSP    Sciences (including Chemistry; Biochemistry;
Telephone:        905-828-5400                                    Environmental Science; Mathematics; Physics &
Campus Tours:     www.utm.utoronto.ca/tours/                      Statistics)
                                                           TSS    Social Sciences

                                                           General Information
University of Toronto Scarborough                          U of T Scarborough, the University’s co-op (degree
                                                           plus professional work) campus, is located 22 km
Programs and Codes – September Entry – Full-time           from Toronto city centre. U of T Scarborough offers
Study                                                      students the opportunity to co-create one-of-a-kind
                                                           learning experiences with its co-op programs combined
Make only one selection. You must indicate your            with a reputation for academic excellence and a solid
subject of major interest. Eligible applicants may be      relationship with the community.
considered for appropriate alternate choices if not
admitted to their preferred choice. Specific information   U of T Scarborough offers a broad range of Arts, Science
about courses and programs can be found at                 and Management programs, Concurrent Teacher
www.utsc.utoronto.ca.                                      Education programs, and unique joint programs with
                                                           Centennial College.
To be considered for the Concurrent Teacher Education
Program (CTEP), you must complete an online CTEP           Residences
Applicant Profile and pay a profile fee of $50. All        Web:              www.utsc.utoronto.ca/residences/
other programs require an online Supplementary             Telephone:        416-287-7365
Application Form (SAF). Details will be provided after
your application is received.                              Scholarships, Awards and Financial Aid
                                                           www.utsc.utoronto.ca
H      Applications will not be considered from
       students who have completed more than one           Further Information
       year of university-level study.                     Admissions and Student Recruitment
                                                           University of Toronto Scarborough
TSL    Biological Sciences                                 1265 Military Trail
TXC    Computer Science                                    Toronto ON M1C 1A4
TEA    Concurrent Teacher Education – Arts – French
       (HBA, BEd) H                                        Telephone:        416-287-7529
TES    Concurrent Teacher Education – Science –            Campus tours:     www.utsc.utoronto.ca/admissions/
       Mathematical & Physical (HBSc, BEd) H
TSR    Co-op Arts Management (of cultural, visual and
       performing arts organizations)
TSU
TSC
       Co-op Cell & Molecular Biology H
       Co-op Computer Science                              Trent University
TXA    Co-op Humanities & Social Sciences
TSD    Co-op International Development Studies
TXB    Co-op Management and International Business H       University Programs and Codes
TSN    Co-op Management H
TSB    Co-op Sciences (including Chemistry;                l      Requires the completion of a supplemental
       Biochemistry; Environmental Science;                       application.
       Mathematics; Physics & Statistics)                  t      Combined majors option.
TSZ    Co-op Neuroscience H
TSQ    Co-op Psychology (including Mental Health           RD     Honours Business Administration (BBA)
       Studies)                                                   (Peterborough)
TSA    Humanities                                          RDO    Honours Business Administration (BBA)
TSJ    Journalism (Joint program with Centennial                  (Oshawa)
       College) H                                          RAC    Bachelor of Arts & Science (Peterborough)



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RES   Bachelor of Environmental Science/Studies            RPO   Politics t
      (Honours)                                            RCP   Psychology t
RCN   Nursing (Joint Trent-Fleming BScN program)           RSO   Sociology t
RFN   Nursing Compressed Stream (Joint                     RAH   Sustainable Agriculture & Food Systems
      Trent-Fleming BScN program)                          RCX   Undeclared Arts Major t
RE    Concurrent Education – Arts lt (Students who         RWS   Women’s Studies t
      have participated in postsecondary study are
      not eligible for this program. Postsecondary         Honours Science Degree Programs Offered in
      study includes, but is not limited to, university,   Peterborough
      college, CEGEP or bible college)                     RSA Anthropology t
RT    Concurrent Education – Science lt (Students          RBM Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
      who have participated in postsecondary study         RBI   Biology t
      are not eligible for this program. Postsecondary     RHY Chemical Physics
      study includes, but is not limited to, university,   RCH Chemistry t
      college, CEGEP or bible college)                     RSC   Computing Systems t
RTA   Honours Arts – Teacher Education Stream lt           RCY Computing Systems and Physics
      (Students who have participated in                   RBY Economics t
      postsecondary study are not eligible for this        RVC Environmental Chemistry
      program. Postsecondary study includes, but           RGS Geography t
      is not limited to, university, college, CEGEP or     RCI   Indigenous Environmental Science
      bible college)                                       RSF   Information Systems t
RTS   Honours Science – Teacher Education                  RSJ   Journalism (joint Trent-Loyalist program)
      Stream lt (Students who have participated            RMA Mathematics t
      in postsecondary study are not eligible for this     RMC Mathematical Computer Science
      program. Postsecondary study includes, but           RME Mathematical Economics
      is not limited to, university, college, CEGEP or     RMP Mathematical Physics
      bible college)                                       RPY Physics t
RU    Forensic Science                                     RPS   Psychology t
RR    Trent ESL: English for University (Peterborough)     RSD Science and Business t
RRO   Trent ESL: English for University (Oshawa)           RSU Science and Forensics t
RZ    Letter of Permission                                 RAS Sustainable Agriculture & Food Systems
RSS   Special Student (not pursuing a degree)              RSX Undeclared Science Major t

Honours Arts Degree Programs Offered in                    Honours Arts Degree Programs Offered in
Peterborough                                               Oshawa
RAD Arts and Business t                                    ROA Anthropology t
RCU Arts and Forensics t                                   ROE English Literature t
RAN Ancient Greek and Roman Studies t                      ROH History t
RAA Anthropology t                                         ROP Psychology t
RCA Canadian Studies t                                     ROS Sociology t
RCC Computing Systems t                                    ROY Undeclared Arts Program t
RCS   Cultural Studies t
REC Economics t                                            Honours Science Degree Programs Offered in
REN English Literature t                                   Oshawa
RFR   French Studies t                                     RON Anthropology t
RGG Geography t                                            RBX Environmental and Resource Science t
RGL Greek and Latin Language and Literature                ROG Psychology t
RGE German Studies t                                       ROX Undeclared Science Major t
RHI   History t
RHS Hispanic Studies t                                     Diploma Programs
RID   International Development Studies t                  RDX Canadian Studies (Diploma)
RIN   Indigenous Studies t
RAI   Indigenous Environmental Studies                     Diploma Programs (intended for students of
RCF   Information Systems t                                Native ancestry)
RPE   International Political Economy t                    RM    Indigenous Environmental Studies (Diploma)
RAJ   Journalism (joint Trent-Loyalist program)            RP    Indigenous Management & Economic
RAM Media Studies t                                              Development (Diploma)
RPH Philosophy t                                           RG    Foundations of Indigenous Learning (Diploma)

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History                                                                           be found at www.trentu.ca/housing/ and questions
Trent University in Peterborough, Ontario, opened                                 may be directed to residence@trentu.ca.
the doors to its first students in September 1964 with
a 1,500 acre campus spanning the Otonabee River.                                  Trent University in Oshawa
In 1974, Trent University expanded to offer courses                               After 36 years of providing postsecondary education
in Oshawa, Ontario. Over 36 years later, the Oshawa                               in Oshawa, the Trent in Oshawa office moved to
Campus resides in its new permanent facility on                                   a convenient location at Thornton Road and King
Thornton Road and offers full degree programs.                                    Street. Trent University in Oshawa offers degrees in
                                                                                  Anthropology, English Literature, History, Psychology
Special Characteristics                                                           and Sociology, as well as elective courses in a broad
Trent University is committed to building an inclusive                            range of disciplines. For more information about our
intellectual and social community that values the                                 new campus, please visit: www.trentu.ca/oshawa/ or
collaborative participation and knowledge of every                                email oshawa@trentu.ca or call 905-435-5100.
member of the university. This commitment to the
principles of liberal arts and sciences education                                 Disability Services Office
means that we stress the development of the critical                              The mission of the Disability Services Office (DSO) is
thinking and analytical skills required for today’s global                        to support students with physical, sensory, medical,
workforce. Trent University’s reliance on hands-on                                psychological or learning disabilities in Trent’s
teaching methods and small-group learning provides                                academic environment through individualized service,
an environment where individual students are at the                               integration of service and promotion of development
heart of the learning enterprise, and where experience                            of the individual student. The DSO provides, within an
goes hand-in-hand with classroom learning. Our                                    integrated student services model, support through the
community of learning is cultivated architecturally and                           provision of appropriate and individualized services
through the co-curricular programming of a College                                that empower the community as well as the student
System: all of our students are members in a college                              with the disability.
where they will find a rich and varied intellectual,
cultural, social and recreational life.                                           The manager and staff of Disability Services act as
                                                                                  liaisons between students and members of Trent’s
Enrollment – Peterborough and Oshawa                                              faculty and staff, as well as with support agencies in the
Full-time ................................................................6,018   Peterborough community (e.g. CNIB, CHS, etc.). Some
Part-time ...............................................................1,251    of the services provided include transcription for those
Graduate ..................................................................405    who are visually impaired or print-disabled, assistance
Entering Class ......................................................1,525        with obtaining note-takers for hearing-impaired
                                                                                  students, exam invigilation for students with a variety
Size                                                                              of disabilities, and liaison with faculty members and
Symons Campus: 1,450 acres                                                        support agencies in the community. Students with
Faculty of Arts and Science Faculty Members:                                      disabilities who are considering attending Trent are
309 full- and part-time                                                           strongly encouraged to contact the DSO at the time
                                                                                  of application since some action may be necessary in
Semester Entry Points                                                             advance to accommodate the student’s needs.
September, January, May and June.
                                                                                  For further information, please call 705-748-1281 or
Residence Accommodations                                                          visit www.trentu.ca/disabilityservices/.
Trent is structured in a system of four residential
colleges. Residence is available in single, double, or                            Additional Admission Information
triple rooms and is primarily co-educational; over 85                             Students    who    have    experienced   extenuating
percent of the rooms are single.                                                  circumstances that may have affected their academic
                                                                                  performance may submit a “Students with Extenuating
There are over 1,135 residence spaces available.                                  Circumstances” form. Students who are applying
                                                                                  under the “Mature Student” category should submit
Residence spaces are guaranteed for students who                                  a “Supplementary Application for Mature Students”
apply by the deadline and they are provided on a                                  form. Both forms can be found at www.trentu.ca/apply/.
first-come, first-served basis for all other applicants. The
residence/college application form and application fee                            Limited Enrollment Programs
must be received by the deadline. The deposit due date                            Arts/Science Streams for Teacher Education: 85
will be sent to applicants with their college residence                           Concurrent Teacher Education: 140
assignment. Applications and further information can                              Applicants transferring from postsecondary study (this


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includes, but is not limited to, university, college, CEGEP   Applicants who have results from recognized Canadian
or bible college) are not eligible for the Arts/Science       university English-language testing services may submit
Stream for Teacher Education or the Queen’s‑Trent             results for consideration. Trent accepts only the official,
Concurrent Teacher Education program.                         original examination results. Photocopies or faxes of
Nursing (Regular Program): 120                                the original are not accepted as proof of the original.
Nursing (Compressed Program): 80                              Please also note that the TOEFL Examinee Score Record
Forensic Science: 55                                          is not the official TOEFL score. The University will only
                                                              accept the Official Score Report as the official TOEFL
Deadlines                                                     scores as provided by ETS.
Concurrent Teacher Education: Deadlines and forms for
the Personal Statement of Experience can be found at          Language Tests and Minimum Scores
www.trentu.ca/education/concurrent/.                          Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL): 86 iBT;
                                                              237 CBT; or 580 PBT, with a minimum TWE score of 4.5.
Arts/Science Streams for Teacher Education: Deadlines         Arrange for official TOEFL Score Report to be sent
and forms for the Applicant Profile can be found at           directly to Trent through ETS. Trent University’s
www.trentu.ca/education/.                                     institutional code is 0896.

Full-time admission applications are due August 7, 2012.      Michigan English Language Assessment               Battery
                                                              (MELAB): 85, with no part below 80.
Full-time   international      applications    are    due
June 1, 2012.                                                 International English Language Testing System (IELTS):
                                                              6.5, with no band lower than 6.0.
Trent University’s Prestigious Scholarship applications
are due March 15, 2012. For more information, visit           Canadian (Carleton) English Language Test (CAEL): 60.
www.trentu.ca/financialaid/.
                                                              Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE) by the
International Scholarship applications are due                University of Cambridge Local Examination Syndicate,
March 1, 2012. For more information, visit                    English as a Foreign Language (EFL) Division: Grade of
www.trentu.ca/international/ (under “Finances and             “C”.
Scholarships”).
                                                              Please note that English Language Proficiency
Note: The above deadlines apply to the receipt of             requirements are subject to change without prior
all documentation required for admission; early               notice.
application is encouraged.
                                                              Trent-ESL: English for University
Supplemental Fees                                             Applicants who do not meet the English language
Applicants to Trent are required to submit a                  proficiency requirement are invited to apply for gradual
non-refundable document evaluation fee to the                 admission through the Trent-ESL: English for University
Ontario Universities’ Application Centre at the time          program. Inquiries can be made through the Trent-ESL
of application. The fee for students who are Canadian         program (email: esl@trentu.ca). Students who enroll
citizens or permanent residents of Canada is $65. The         in the Trent ESL program are obliged to complete the
fee for international students and “Other” applicants is      program and achieve a CAEL score of 60 in order to be
$90 (includes a courier fee).                                 admitted to regular degree studies. However, students
                                                              at the upper levels of the program may start taking
English Language Requirements                                 credit courses concurrently with their ESL studies.
An applicant whose primary language is not English;
or whose previous education has been conducted in             Scholarships and Financial Aid
another language; or who has studied for less than            for Canadian Residents
three years in an internationally accredited school           The university has a full and diverse scholarship
where English is the primary language of instruction,         program designed to foster and reward high academic
must show proof of English proficiency.                       achievement among its students. All entrance
                                                              scholarships listed here are renewable for up to four
Applicants who have not achieved the minimum grade            years of undergraduate study, provided the student
required in English in the American School System, GCE        maintains an 80 percent average in five Trent University
or IB Diploma program are required to show proof of           credits during the previous academic year. Students
English proficiency by any of the language tests listed       must be registered in at least a 100 percent course load
below.



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in the fall/winter session at Trent University to receive   Scholarships and Financial Aid
a scholarship.                                              for International Students
                                                            The Trent International Program (TIP) offers a limited
Trent University’s Prestigious Scholarships –               number of highly competitive, renewable, full and
Application Due Date: March 15, 2012                        tuition scholarships to students who are eligible for
Any Canadian student entering their first year at Trent     admission to undergraduate studies at Trent and who
with a final admission average of 80 percent or higher      are not citizens or permanent residents of Canada.
may apply for a Trent University Prestigious Scholarship;   These scholarships and awards are tenable for up to
however, previous winners of these scholarships             four years of an Honours degree if a “B” average is
have had an average of 90 percent or higher. One            maintained each year and are available for students
application allows students to be considered for any of     entering the university in September. TRENT-ESL
the following Prestigious Scholarships: The Champlain,      students are eligible to apply for international
Board of Governors’, Shad Valley, Michael Treadwell,        scholarships and awards upon successful completion of
Trent Science Fair and Trent University Special             the TRENT-ESL program.
Admissions Scholarships. Winners receive full tuition in
the first year, renewable up to four years, with a total    All students applying to Trent will automatically be
value ranging from $15,000 to $20,000.                      considered for Trent University Entrance Scholarships,
                                                            awarded for academic excellence. These range in value
Trent University National Renewable Entrance                from $1,000 to $3,000.
Scholarships – No Application Required
All students are automatically considered for a Trent       Further Information
University National Renewable Entrance Scholarship.         Liaison and Tours Office
All Canadian students applying directly from secondary      Trent University
school with a final admission average of 80 percent are     1600 West Bank Drive
eligible to be considered for an entrance scholarship.      Peterborough ON K9J 7B8

Scholarship values range from $1,000 to $3,000 per year.    Telephone:      705-748-1332
                                                            Toll-free:      1-888-739-8885
Trent University Entrance Nursing Scholarship –             Email:          liaison@trentu.ca
No Application Required
All students are automatically considered for a Trent       Admissions Office
University Entrance Nursing Scholarship. All Canadian       Telephone:  705-748-1678
students applying directly from secondary school with       Fax:        705-748-1629
a final admission average of 80 percent or higher (as       Email:      admissions@trentu.ca
calculated using required courses and the next two          Website:    www.trentu.ca/apply/
highest 4U/M courses) are eligible to be considered for
a nursing entrance scholarship.                             Office of the   Registrar
                                                            Telephone:      705-748-1215
Scholarship values range from $1,500 to $5,000 per          Fax:            705-748-1629
year.                                                       Email:          registrar@trentu.ca

Financial Aid for Canadian Residents                        Disability Services Office
Bursaries are awarded each September, January and           Telephone:    705-748-1281
May based on application, documented financial need         Fax:          705-748-1509
and satisfactory academic achievement. Students must        Email:        disabilityservices@trentu.ca
be in receipt of OSAP, or another Canadian Government       Website:      www.trentu.ca/disabilityservices/
Aid program. For details, please visit www.trentu.ca/
financialaid/ or contact the Financial Aid Office at        Financial Aid Office
financialaid@trentu.ca or 705-748-1524.                     Telephone:    705-748-1524
                                                            Fax:          705-748-1629
Applications for the Ontario Student Assistance             Email:        financialaid@trentu.ca
Program (OSAP) are available in the spring. Assistance      Website:      www.trentu.ca/financialaid/
with this process may be obtained through the
Financial Aid Office. Applicants to Trent from              Trent International Program (TIP)
outside Ontario should check with the appropriate           Telephone:    705-748-1314
financial aid authorities in their home province. For       Fax:          705-748-1626
further information about OSAP, visit the website at:       Email:        tip@trentu.ca
https://osap.gov.on.ca                                      Website:      www.trentu.ca/tip/

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University of                                             Faculty of Energy Systems and Nuclear Science
                                                          Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) and
                                                          Bachelor of Engineering & Management (Honours)
Ontario Institute of                                      DEB Energy Systems Engineering
                                                          DEN Nuclear Engineering/Nuclear Engineering &
Technology (UOIT)                                               Management n

                                                          Bachelor of Applied Science (Honours)
                                                          DNB    Nuclear Power Bridge
n     Indicates that optional internship or co-op
      opportunities are available on a competitive
                                                          Bachelor of Science (Honours)
      basis to upper-year students. Applicants do not
                                                          DSR Health Physics & Radiation Science n
      need to specify the option on their application.
u     Indicates that clinical placements (Health
                                                          Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
      Sciences) or practicum components (Education,
                                                          Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) and
      Criminology, Justice & Policy Studies) constitute
                                                          Bachelor of Engineering & Management (Honours)
      part of the program.
                                                          DEA Automotive Engineering/Automotive
t     Indicates that specializations or concentrations
                                                                Engineering & Management n
      are available within the program. The term
                                                          DEE Electrical Engineering/Electrical Engineering &
      comprehensive refers to a broad-based program
                                                                Management n
      without specialization. The specializations
                                                          DEM Manufacturing Engineering/Manufacturing
      are listed for information only. Applicants
                                                                Engineering & Management n
      are not required to list the specialization on
                                                          DEC Mechanical Engineering/Mechanical Engineering
      the application. If a specialization is desired,
                                                                & Management nt Comprehensive; Energy
      students will have an opportunity to select it
                                                                Engineering; Mechatronics Engineering
      after year one. In cases where no specialization
                                                          DEW Software Engineering/Software Engineering &
      is indicated, only a comprehensive program is
                                                                Management n
      available.
                                                          Faculty of Health Sciences
Faculty of Business and Information Technology
                                                          Bachelor of Allied Health Sciences (Honours) and
Bachelor of Commerce (Honours)
                                                          Bachelor of Health Science (Honours)
DBC Commerce nt Accounting; Finance;
                                                          DHA Allied Health Sciences
      Organizational Behaviour & Human Resources;
                                                          DHS Health Science t Comprehensive; Health
      Marketing
                                                                Information Management
DBB Commerce Bridge
                                                          DHL Medical Laboratory Science u
DBR Commerce – Direct Entry for three-year
                                                          DKN Kinesiology
      Ontario College Business Diploma
      Graduates tAccounting; Finance;
                                                          Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Honours)
      Organizational Behaviour & Human Resources;
                                                          DHN Collaborative Nursing u (Collaborative program
      Marketing
                                                                with Durham College)
                                                          DHB Nursing Post RPN u (Collaborative program
Bachelor of Information Technology (Honours)
                                                                with Georgian College)
DGD Game Development & Entrepreneurship1 n
                                                          DHR Nursing Post RPN u (Collaborative program
DIT   Information Technology nt Networking &
                                                                with Durham College)
      Information Technology Security
DIB   Information Technology Bridge
                                                          Faculty of Science
DGB Information Technology Bridge – Game
                                                          Note: See the Faculty of Education/Faculty of Science
      Development Specialization
                                                          section for the Concurrent Education/Science (Honours)
                                                          program.
Faculty of Education
Bachelor of Arts
                                                          Bachelor of Science (Honours)
DSV    Adult Education & Digital Technology
                                                          DSI   Applied & Industrial Mathematics n
                                                          DSY Chemistry nt Comprehensive; Biological
Faculty of Education/Faculty of Science
                                                                Chemistry
Bachelor of Education/Bachelor of Science (Honours)
                                                          DSD Computing Science nt Comprehensive; Digital
DSJ   Concurrent Education/Science (Intermediate/
                                                                Forensics
      Senior) ut Biology; Chemistry; Computing
                                                          DSO Digital Media2 n
      Science; General Science; Mathematics; Physics


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DSE       Energy & the Environment3                                     apply directly to the specialization using
DSN       Forensic Science n                                            OUAC code DSQ.
DSW       Pharmaceutical Chemistry4                                 6
                                                                        Life Sciences is a specialization within the
DSK       Physics nt Comprehensive; Forensic Physics;                   Biological    Science/Biological Science   &
          Medical Physics                                               Management programs. Students interested
                                                                        in this specialization apply directly to the
Bachelor of Science (Honours) and                                       specialization using OUAC code DSU.
Bachelor of Science & Management (Honours)
DSB Biological Science/Biological Science &                    History
      Management nt Complementary Studies;                     The University of Ontario Institute of Technology’s
      Environmental Toxicology; Pharmaceutical                 (UOIT) innovative and unique undergraduate and
      Biotechnology                                            graduate programs are designed to meet students’
DSQ Environmental Sustainability Science5                      interests and career aspirations, along with the
DSU Life Sciences/Life Sciences & Management6 n                market-driven requirements of employers. Upon
DSP Physical Science/Physical Science &                        graduation, students will have the critical thinking,
      Management n                                             innovative research and technological skills demanded
                                                               by the world’s leading employers.
Faculty of Social Science and Humanities
Bachelor of Arts (Honours)                                     Professors and students undertake research in a wide
DDC Communication t Comprehensive; Commerce                    range of areas that include automotive design and
      & Marketing; Digital Media; Health Sciences              engineering, business and information technology,
      Communication; Science & Technology                      computational science, alternative and sustainable
DDB Communication Bridge                                       energy, nuclear engineering, law enforcement,
DAJ Criminology & Justice ut Comprehensive;                    manufacturing, and community/public health, to name
      Criminal Justice, Gender, Sexualities & Justice;         a few. UOIT’s unique and technology-rich teaching and
      Race, Ethnicity & Justice; Youth, Crime & Justice        learning environment challenges students to push the
DAB Criminology & Justice Bridge                               boundaries of innovation and discovery and prepares
DAL Legal Studies ut Comprehensive; Alternative                graduates to excel in the global, knowledge-driven
      Dispute Resolution; Human Rights Law;                    economy of the 21st century. At UOIT, the possibilities
      Information Law                                          are endless.
DAG Legal Studies Bridge
DPS Psychology – Forensic Psychology                           Special Characteristics
DAO Sociology – Community Development                          •	 The mobile learning environment and the
DAP Sociology – Public Policy                                     integration of technology into each program assists
                                                                  in producing graduates who are intellectually well
Notes:                                                            equipped to become valued members of Canada’s
      1
            Game Development & Entrepreneurship                   information-age workforce.
            is a specialization within the Information         •	 Designed by award-winning architects, the
            Technology program. Students interested               beautiful student-centered campuses include
            in this specialization apply directly to the          brand-new facilities and academic buildings; a
            specialization using OUAC code DGD.                   scenic residence village; a 6,794 square-metre
      2
            Digital Media is a specialization within              library; and welcoming outdoor spaces.
            the Computing Science program. Students            •	 The percentage of professors with PhDs is among
            interested in this specialization apply directly      the highest in Canada.
            to the specialization using OUAC code DSO.         •	 UOIT guarantees a residence space to all qualified
      3
            Energy & the Environment is a specialization          first-year students who accept UOIT’s offer of
            within the Physics program. Students                  admission and apply to residence before the
            interested in this specialization apply directly      June 1, 2012, deadline.
            to the specialization using OUAC code DSE.
      4
            Pharmaceutical Chemistry is a specialization       Direct Entry and Bridge Programs for
            within the Chemistry program. Students             Postsecondary Graduates
            interested in this specialization apply directly   For more information about these programs, visit
            to the specialization using OUAC code DSW.         www.uoit.ca/pathways/ and www.uoit.ca/programs/.
      5
            Environmental Sustainability Science is a
            specialization within the Biological Science/      Allied Health Sciences
            Biological Science & Management programs.          The Faculty of Health Sciences provides students with
            Students interested in this specialization         the opportunity to apply the diploma they have already


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earned toward a Bachelor of Allied Health Sciences       Information Technology Bridge –
(BAHSc) program. This program is available entirely      Game Development Specialization
online, making it easier to create academic schedules    The Information Technology Bridge – Game
that accommodate full-time employment.                   Development program provides students with the
                                                         opportunity to apply the diploma they have already
This program awards students with 57 hours of credit     earned toward a Bachelor of Information Technology
toward their 120-credit-hour Honours degree.             (Honours) with a specialization in Game Development.

Students seeking admission to the BAHSc program          Students must have completed a two- or three-year
must be graduates of one of the identified accredited    Ontario college diploma in Game Development or
health professional programs from an Ontario             related program, with a minimum 80 percent average.
college with a minimum mid-70s average including:        Graduates of two- or three-year Ontario college
Addictions and Mental Health, Biomedical Engineering     diploma programs in other disciplines should contact
Technology, Dental Hygiene, Medical Laboratory           UOIT’s Admissions Office to determine their admission
Technologist, Massage Therapy, Occupational Therapist    eligibility.
Assistant, Paramedicine, Physiotherapist Assistant,
Health Information Management, Medical Laboratory        To proceed to the third year of the Bachelor
Technician, Nursing (RPN and RN), Optician, Pharmacy     of Information Technology (Honours) program
Technician, and Respiratory Therapist.                   specialization in Game Development, students must
                                                         achieve an overall “B” average in the prescribed five
*Graduate certificates must be presented concurrently    courses of the bridge program.
with an Ontario college diploma or university degree.
                                                         Commerce – Direct Entry for Three-Year Ontario
Bachelor of Health Sciences – Kinesiology                College Business Diploma Graduates
Specialization                                           Direct entry for three-year Ontario college diploma
The Faculty of Health Sciences provides students with    business graduates provides students with the
the opportunity to apply the diploma they have already   opportunity to apply the diploma they have already
earned toward a Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHSc)       earned toward a Bachelor or Commerce (Honours)
Honours degree with a specialization in Kinesiology.     degree.

Graduates of a two-year Ontario college diploma          Graduates from any three-year Ontario college advanced
in Fitness and Health Promotion, with a minimum          diploma in Accounting, Marketing, Human Resources,
mid-70s average, will be awarded a block transfer of     Finance or Operations*, with a minimum mid-70s
credit hours toward their degree. It is recommended      average, will be considered for admission directly into
for students to have completed Biology (SBI4U) or a      third year of UOIT’s four-year Bachelor of Commerce
postsecondary equivalent.                                (Honours) program.

Information Technology Bridge                            Students may choose to major in either the program
The Information Technology Bridge program provides       they graduated from, or enter the comprehensive
students with the opportunity to apply the diploma       program.
they have already earned toward a Bachelor of
Information Technology (Honours) degree.                 *Students with a diploma in Operations must enter the
                                                         comprehensive program.
Students must have completed a two- or three-year
Ontario college diploma in Computer Systems              Commerce Bridge
Technology or related program, with a minimum            The Commerce Bridge program provides students with
mid-70s average. Graduates of two- or three-year         the opportunity to apply the diploma or degree they
Ontario college diploma programs in other disciplines    have already earned toward a Bachelor of Commerce
should contact UOIT’s Admissions Office to determine     (Honours) degree.
their admission eligibility.
                                                         Graduates from any two-year Ontario college diploma
To proceed to the third year of the Bachelor of          in Accounting, Marketing, Human Resources, Finance,
Information Technology (Honours) program, students       or Operations, with a minimum mid-70s average, will be
must achieve an overall “B” average in the prescribed    considered for admission to UOIT’s Bachelor of Commerce
five courses of the bridge program.                      (Honours) program or Commerce Bridge program.




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Two-year Ontario college business diploma students          Students who successfully complete two bridge courses
in Accounting, Marketing, Human Resources, Finance          will enter into the third year of the four-year Bachelor
or Operations, have the option to receive 45 specific       of Arts (Honours) degree in Criminology and Justice
transfer credit hours toward their degree, or to be         with a specialization in Youth, Crime, and Justice.
admitted into the Commerce Bridge program. The
Bridge program requires students to complete five           Legal Studies Bridge
bridge courses. After successful completion, students       The Legal Studies Bridge program provides students
will enter into the third year of UOIT’s four-year          with the opportunity to apply the diploma they have
Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) comprehensive                already earned toward a Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
program.                                                    degree in Legal Studies.

Graduates     from   any     two-    or    three-year,      Graduates from an Ontario college diploma in Legal
non-business-related Ontario college diploma or             Administration, Law Clerk, Court and Tribunal Agent,
university degree complete five bridge courses. Once        or Paralegal program will be considered for admission
completed, students will enter into the third year of       to the Legal Studies Bridge program.
UOIT’s four-year Bachelor of Commerce (Honours)
comprehensive program.                                      Students who successfully complete the four bridge
                                                            courses, with an overall “B” average will enter into
Communication Bridge                                        the third year of UOIT’s four-year Bachelor of Arts
The Communication Bridge program provides students          (Honours) degree in Legal Studies.
with the opportunity to apply the diploma they have
already earned toward a Bachelor of Arts (Honours)          Post RPN Bridge
degree in Communication.                                    The Faculty of Health Sciences, in collaboration with
                                                            Durham and Georgian College, offers a Post RPN
Graduates from any three-year Ontario college               program that provides graduates from an approved
advanced diploma program in Print and Broadcast             Practical Nursing program with an opportunity to earn
Journalism, Public Relations or Advertising, with a         a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) Honours degree
minimum mid-70s average, will be considered for             through full-time or part-time studies.
admission into the Communication Bridge program.
                                                            Graduates from an Ontario college with a diploma in
Students who successfully complete the two bridge           Practical Nursing, with a minimum mid-70s average,
courses, with an overall “B” average, will enter into the   will be considered for admission to the program. In
third year of UOIT’s four-year Bachelor of Arts (Honours)   addition, applicants must hold a current Certificate of
degree in Communication.                                    Competence from the College of Nurses of Ontario
                                                            (CNO).
Criminology and Justice Bridge
The Criminology and Justice Bridge program provides         Students must complete three courses as part of the
students with the opportunity to apply the diploma          bridge program in the fall term. After successful
they have already earned toward a Bachelor of Arts          completion, with a minimum average of 60 percent in
(Honours) degree in Criminology and Justice.                each course, students are eligible to continue in the
                                                            BScN (Honours) curriculum in the winter term.
Graduates from any Ontario college with a diploma in
Correctional Worker, Community and Justice Services,        Note: The Post RPN program at Georgian College is
Police Foundations, Law and Security Administration,        only offered full-time.
or Child and Youth Worker, will be considered for
admission to the program.                                   Nuclear Power Bridge
                                                            The Nuclear Power Bridge program provides students
Students who successfully complete the four bridge          with the opportunity to apply the diploma they have
courses, with an overall “B” average, will enter into the   already earned toward a Bachelor of Applied Science
third year of the four-year Bachelor of Arts (Honours)      (Honours) degree in Nuclear Power.
degree in Criminology and Justice.
                                                            Graduates from a three-year Ontario college advanced
Graduates with an Ontario graduate certificate in Youth     diploma, with a minimum mid-70s average in the
Corrections and Interventions (YCI), and a two- or          following disciplines will be considered for admission
three-year diploma from an Ontario college in a related     to the Nuclear Power Bridge program: Chemical
field, will be considered for admission to the program.     Engineering Technology, Computer Engineering
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Electro-mechanical Engineering Technology, Electronics                     Mature Applicants
Engineering Technology, Manufacturing Engineering                          The following policy seeks to facilitate access to
Technology or Mechanical Engineering Technology.                           programs offered by UOIT to mature students while
                                                                           maintaining the integrity of the programs.
Graduates of two- or three year Ontario college diploma
programs in other disciplines or with international                        A mature applicant is defined as one who meets all of
credentials should contact UOIT’s Admissions Office to                     the following criteria:
determine their admission eligibility.                                     •	 will have reached the age of 21 by December 31 of
                                                                               the year of application;
Students who successfully complete the prescribed                          •	 has been away from formal education for at least
bridge courses (five or six courses depending on the                           two years;
previous diploma earned) with a cumulative “C”                             •	 is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
average, will enter into the third year of UOIT’s four-year                •	 has not completed any postsecondary education;
Bachelor of Applied Science (Honours) degree in Nuclear                        and
Power.                                                                     •	 is not eligible for admission as a secondary school
                                                                               graduate.
Application Deadlines
Applications for the 2012–2013 academic year should                        Mature applicants may be admitted upon successful
be received by:                                                            completion of secondary-level courses in the prerequisite
                                                                           subjects for their intended program of study.
Domestic: ................................................ April 2, 2012
International: ...................................February 3, 2012         Students Transferring From Other
                                                                           Postsecondary Institutions
Late applications will be considered on a case-by-case                     Applicants   with   postsecondary      education     are
basis. Students applying from provinces other than                         categorized as university/college transfers. Transfer
Ontario should ensure that documentation is submitted                      students must present the specific prerequisite subjects
as soon as possible.                                                       for their intended program of study. Prerequisite
                                                                           subject requirements may be met by a combination
Official transcripts from all secondary and postsecondary                  of secondary and postsecondary studies. Applicants
institutions attended must be sent directly from the                       must be in good academic standing at their previous
issuing institution to the Registrar’s office at UOIT.                     postsecondary institution to be considered for
                                                                           admission.
Admission Requirements
The actual admission averages required cannot                              Transfer Credit
be determined until all applications are received.                         Credits from universities and colleges will be
Admission requirements vary by program. For detailed                       evaluated on an individual basis. Students must
admission information visit www.uoit.ca/admissions/.                       submit institutionally prepared, detailed course syllabi
                                                                           from their previous and/or present institution(s) for
UOIT will use the highest grade obtained in a course in                    transfer credit evaluation. For direct equivalency, the
the calculation of averages.                                               course content from the host institution must meet a
                                                                           minimum content equivalency to a UOIT course.
Students whose grades have been affected by
exceptional circumstances, which can be documented,                        Applicants who attended a postsecondary institution
are encouraged to write to the Registrar’s office with                     within Ontario must request their transcripts
appropriate information.                                                   electronically through their OUAC application. All other
                                                                           applicants must request that their host institution(s)
Note: The specific average or standing required                            send official original transcripts directly to UOIT. Please
for admission varies from year to year. Students are                       note: UOIT will not accept student-issued transcripts
selected by taking into consideration a wide range                         (i.e., transcripts that are sent from, or hand-delivered
of criteria including school marks, distribution of                        by students).
subjects taken, and performance in subjects relevant
to the academic program. Possession of minimum                             Once a student has accepted his/her offer to a degree
requirements does not guarantee acceptance and,                            program, the student’s postsecondary courses will be
due to space limitations, preference will be given to                      evaluated for transfer credit.
applicants with the best qualifications.
                                                                           Please visit   www.uoit.ca/transfercredit/     for   more
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English Language Requirements                               their individual circumstances. For further information
All applicants are required to provide evidence of          about financial assistance, please visit our website at
their oral and written proficiency in English. This         www.uoit.ca/safa/ or call 905-721-3143.
requirement can be satisfied with one of the following
criteria:                                                   Supplemental Fee
1. Your first language is English.                          All candidates are required to submit a $60
     or                                                     supplemental fee. This fee is required only once per
2. You have studied full-time for at least three years      academic cycle and is remitted to the OUAC along with
     (or equivalent in part-time studies) or at least six   the application service fees. Applications will not be
     semesters (studying no less than three courses per     processed until the fees are paid.
     semester) in a secondary school or university where
     the language of instruction and examination            Deferral Policy
     was English. If this applies to you, please provide    Applicants who are offered admission may apply
     verification from your school that the language of     to defer their application for one year. When an
     instruction and examination was English. Please        application is deferred, it will be reassessed for
     note: The minimum three-year requirement does          admissibility on a competitive basis in the relevant
     not include time enrolled in ESL courses.              admission period. Deferral requests must be submitted
     or                                                     in writing to the Registrar’s Office and must be received
3. You have achieved the required proficiency on one        by September 15, 2012.
     of the tests in English language acceptable to UOIT.
     Visit www.uoit.ca/english/ for a list of acceptable    Residence Accommodation
     proficiency tests and scores.                          UOIT guarantees first-year students a place in residence
                                                            provided that they accept UOIT’s offer of admission and
Access                                                      apply to residence prior to the June 1, 2012, deadline.
UOIT works to ensure equal access to all academically
qualified students and encourages applications from         Just steps from the university and connected by well-lit
members of visible minorities and/or individuals with       pathways, residence offers three styles of suites for
disabilities.                                               accommodation. Every suite has a cable television,
                                                            internet access, a work area and telephone. Modern
Support systems are available for students with             on-site laundry facilities and light housekeeping
physical, mobility or other special needs. These            services are also available. Students interested in living
supports may include adaptive testing arrangements,         in residence are encouraged to visit www.uoit.ca/
FM hearing systems, visual aids, access to computers        accommodations/ for more information.
and special software, counselling and more. Students
are encouraged to contact the Centre for Students           Further Information
with Disabilities by phone at 905-721-3123, TTY at          Office of the Registrar
905-721-3187 or email at disabilities@uoit.ca to discuss    University of Ontario Institute of Technology
their particular requirements.                              2000 Simcoe Street North
                                                            Oshawa ON L1H 7K4
Financial Assistance
The Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP)               Telephone:         905-721-3190
provides financial assistance to supplement students’       Fax:               905-721-3178
own financial contributions to their education.             Email:             admissions@uoit.ca
Students may apply online at http://osap.gov.on.ca.         Website:           www.uoit.ca

By completing an OSAP application, students are
automatically assessed for loan assistance from both
the federal and provincial governments. Canadian
students applying from provinces outside of Ontario
should contact the financial assistance agencies in their
home province.

There is also a substantial bursary program to aid
students facing financial hardships. From emergency
funds to long-term assistance, the university works
with students to find solutions through bursaries and/
or on-campus employment opportunities suited to


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University of Waterloo                                    WRA Honours Arts (regular), Renison University
                                                                 College s*
                                                          * Located on the University of Waterloo’s main campus.

s     Specify subject of major interest on the                    Anthropology «; Classical Studies; Drama;
      application.                                                Economics «; English «; Fine Arts; French;
n     Indicates that the program is available through             French Teaching Specialization t; Geography &
      both a regular (non-co-op) or a co-op system of             Environmental Management; German; History;
      study. Specify on the application, if applicable.           Italian Studies (General program only); Legal
v     Indicates that the program is available only                Studies; Liberal Studies (General program
      through a co-op system of study.                            only); Medieval Studies; Music; Peace &
«     Indicates that co-op is available beginning in              Conflict Studies; Philosophy; Political Science «;
      your second year.                                           Psychology «; Religious Studies; Russian &
u     Co-op mathematics/teaching available                        East European Studies; Sexuality, Marriage, &
      beginning in second year.                                   Family Studies; Social Development Studies;
t     Teaching option available beginning in second               Sociology «; Spanish; Speech Communication;
      year.                                                       Women’s Studies
:     After applying, you may choose to register          Note: In Honours Arts programs, you are not admitted
      through Renison University College for Arts &       to your major in first year. You pursue an exploratory
      Business or through St. Jerome’s University for     first year through a regular system of study and choose
      Arts & Business or any program in the Faculty       one of the above majors at the end of your first year.
      of Mathematics, except Computing & Financial        The admission and program requirements are exactly
      Management, and Software Engineering.               the same for all three Honours Arts programs. For more
      Use the appropriate University of Waterloo          details, visit www.arts.uwaterloo.ca/arts/ugrad/colleges.
      code; further instructions will be sent with the
      acknowledgement of your application.                WAB Arts & Business sn: As an Arts & Business
                                                                 student, you will combine business-related
Faculty of Applied Health Sciences                               courses with one of the following Honours
WF    Health Studies sn Gerontology; Health                      majors at the end of your first year (you
      Informatics; Health Research; Health Studies               are not admitted to a major in first year):
      (non-specialized); Pre-Health Professions                  Anthropology; Classical Studies; Drama;
WK    Kinesiology sn Ergonomics v; Human                         Economics; English; Fine Arts; French;
      Nutrition; Kinesiology (non-specialized);                  Geography & Environmental Management
      Neurobehavioural Assessment v; Pre-Health                  (regular only); German; History; Legal
      Professions                                                Studies; Medieval Studies; Music; Peace &
WX    Recreation & Leisure Studies sn Majors begin               Conflict Studies; Philosophy; Political Science;
      in second year: Recreation & Leisure Studies;              Psychology; Religious Studies; Russian & East
      Recreation & Sport Business; Therapeutic                   European Studies; Sexuality, Marriage, & Family
      Recreation; Tourism and Parks Management                   Studies; Social Development Studies; Sociology;
                                                                 Spanish; Speech Communication; Women’s
Faculty of Arts                                                  Studies
WFM Accounting & Financial Management – Business          Note:     Individuals who already possess any
       & Finance v                                        undergraduate degree, have completed more than
WPA Accounting & Financial Management – CA v              one year of university-level study, or who have
Note: Apply to only one Accounting & Financial            completed more than two years of community
Management program. Your choice is very important         college-level study should not apply to the Arts &
because once you are admitted, you may not switch.        Business Co-op program. Optional specializations in
WFM and WPA are not available to students who             Digital Arts Communication v, Global Engagement,
already have an undergraduate degree. WPA is open         or International Trade v available beginning in
only to Canadian citizens and permanent residents.        second year. These specializations are not majors;
“CA” refers to “Chartered Accountant”. Visit              the majors are listed above. After applying, you may
www.afm.uwaterloo.ca/admissions.                          choose to register through Renison University College
                                                          or St. Jerome’s University. For more details, visit
WA    Honours Arts (regular), University Main             www.arts.uwaterloo.ca/arts/ugrad/colleges.
      Campus s
WJA   Honours Arts (regular), St. Jerome’s
      University s*


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WGB Global Business & Digital Arts (regular only)          WGM Geomatics n
Note: This is a first-year entry program. Students will    WID International Development (regular only)
       be considered for admission only to year one        WKI Knowledge Integration (regular only)
       (1A) of this program.                               WP     Planning v
WI     Independent Studies (regular only)                  Note: Specializations available in Business, Ecological
WRS Social Development Studies (regular only),             Restoration & Rehabilitation, Environmental Assessment,
       Renison University College                          Geographic      Information      Systems,    Geomatics,
Note: Honours Bachelor of Social Work (regular             International Development, Knowledge Integration,
only) requires a minimum of a three- or four-year          Parks, Sustainable Local Economic Development, and
undergraduate degree with specific course requirements.    Tourism. (Some restrictions apply.)
Apply through www.renison.uwaterloo.ca/social-work.
                                                           Computing & Financial Management
Faculty of Engineering                                     Computing & Financial Management is administered
Note: You may apply to Architecture and/or one other       jointly by the Faculties of Arts and Mathematics.
Engineering program listed below.                          WCF Computing & Financial Management v
WR     Architecture v
Note: For specific details about the admissions process,   Faculty of Mathematics
visit www.architecture.uwaterloo.ca/prospectivestudents/   Note: After applying you may choose to register
admissionsprocess.                                         through St. Jerome’s.
                                                           WBI Bioinformatics n:
Note: Apply to only one of the Engineering programs        WBC Business Administration (WLU) & Computer
listed below including Software Engineering. Additional           Science (Waterloo) Double Degree v :
Engineering program choices can be indicated on the        WBA Business Administration (WLU) & Mathematics
Admission Information Form. Instructions will be sent             (Waterloo) Double Degree v:
with the acknowledgement of your application.              WCS Computer Science sn: Mathematics/
WC      Chemical Engineering v                                    Teaching vu
WE      Civil Engineering v                                WM Mathematics sn: Actuarial Science; Applied
WWJ Computer Engineering v                                        Mathematics; Combinatorics & Optimization;
WWF Electrical Engineering v                                      Computational Mathematics; Mathematical
WEE Environmental Engineering v                                   Economics; Mathematical Finance;
WWG Geological Engineering v                                      Mathematical Optimization; Mathematical
WEM Management Engineering v                                      Physics; Mathematical Studies; Pure
WWH Mechanical Engineering v                                      Mathematics; Statistics; Statistics for Health v;
WMT Mechatronics Engineering v                                    Mathematics/Teaching vu
WNT Nanotechnology Engineering v                           WMB Mathematics/Business Administration sn:
WD      Systems Design Engineering v                              Information Technology Management;
Note: The University of Waterloo also offers Chemical             Mathematical Economics
Engineering and Civil Engineering in the United Arab       WN     Mathematics/Chartered Accountancy v:
Emirates. For specific details about the programs and      Note: WN is open only to Canadian citizens and
the application process, visit www.uae.uwaterloo.ca.       permanent residents.
                                                           WMF Mathematics/Financial Analysis & Risk
Software Engineering                                              Management n:
Apply to only one Engineering program including            Note: The University of Waterloo also offers Mathematics/
Software Engineering and those listed under                Financial Analysis & Risk Management, as well as
Engineering. Additional Engineering program choices        Information Technology Management in the United Arab
and Mathematics Computer Science can be indicated          Emirates. For specific details about the programs and the
on the Admission Information Form. Instructions will       application process, visit www.uae.uwaterloo.ca.
be sent with the acknowledgement of your application.
Software Engineering is administered jointly by the        Faculty of Science
Faculties of Engineering and Mathematics.                  WSA Biotechnology/Chartered Accountancy v
WSO Software Engineering v                                 Note: WSA is open only to Canadian citizens and
                                                           permanent residents.
Faculty of Environment                                     WBE Biotechnology/Economics v
WEB Environment & Business v                               WSE Environmental Science sn Ecology; Geoscience
WER Environment & Resource Studies n                       WS    Honours Science (regular only) s Biochemistry;
WEV Geography & Aviation (regular only)                          Biology; Biomedical Sciences; Chemistry;
WG    Geography & Environmental Management n                     Computational Science; Earth Sciences;


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        Environmental Science; Life Physics; Materials      a study permit, etc., your application and all required
        and Nanosciences; Mathematical Physics;             and supporting documents must be submitted at
        Non-specialized; Physics; Physics and Astronomy;    least three months before the beginning of classes
        Psychology                                          for the term to which you wish to apply. For the term
WLS Life Sciences sn Biochemistry; Biology;                 beginning in September, the application deadline is
        Biomedical Sciences (regular only); Life Physics;   five months before the beginning of classes since most
        Psychology                                          admission decisions for that term are made in May. If
WPS Physical Sciences sn Chemistry; Computational           we receive your application and supporting documents
        Science; Earth Sciences; Materials and              after the deadline, we will keep them for six months in
        Nanosciences; Mathematical Physics; Medicinal       case you let us know in writing that you wish to apply
        Chemistry v; Physics; Physics & Astronomy           for a later term.
WSV Science & Aviation (regular only) s Earth
        Sciences; Non-specialized; Physics                  University of Waterloo – Special Characteristics
WSB Science & Business sn Biochemistry; Biology;            •	 It all starts with an idea. The BlackBerry, the euro,
        Biotechnology; Chemistry; Environmental                PHP, kinesiology, Engineers Without Borders
        Sciences; Hydrogeology; Non-specialized; Physics       Canada, the Waterloo Pump, and the country’s
Note: Pharmacy v requires a minimum of at                      largest organization for young entrepreneurs all
least two full years of university-level science               started here. Waterloo has had innovation in its
with specific course requirements. Apply through               DNA since day one.
www.pharmacy.uwaterloo.ca.                                  •	 The first university in Canada to offer co-op – now
Note: The Conditional Admission to Pharmacy (CAP)              home of the world’s largest and most respected co-op
program is available to a select number of current             program, with more than 3,500 employers worldwide.
full-time secondary school students who have not            •	 Up to two years’ paid work experience and
completed college or university-level studies. Those           potential total co-op earnings of $30,000 to $75,000
who wish to apply to the CAP program must first                by graduation.
apply to Honours Science (WS) or Honours Life Sciences      •	 Canada’s most innovative university for 19 years in
(Regular) (WLS). Visit www.pharmacy.uwaterloo.ca/              a row in the Maclean’s reputational rankings.
future-students/cap-program/.                               •	 More than 100 areas of study – many that are
Note: Optometry requires a minimum of at least                 one-of-a-kind, innovative programs.
three years of university courses. Apply through            •	 Among the top five universities in Canada and
www.optometry.uwaterloo.ca/future-students/                    the top 100 in the world – Times Higher Education
doctor-of-optometry/.                                          World Reputation Rankings.
                                                            •	 Superior job success after graduation – Waterloo
University of Waterloo – Application Deadlines                 graduates are highly respected.
For the winter term (January to April 2012), your           •	 Exceptional support for students who want to be
application must be received by November 1, 2011; for          entrepreneurs.
the spring term (May to August 2012), by March 1, 2012;     •	 Inspiring student leaders who make a difference
and for the fall term (September to December 2012),            both on campus and around the world.
by March 30, 2012, with supporting documents due at         •	 Strong international focus to develop tomorrow’s
Waterloo by April 13, 2012. The following chart lists          global citizens.
exceptions for the fall term.                               •	 Approximately 26,450 full-time undergraduate
                                                               students; an estimate of 6,050 first-year students
 Program         Application    Supporting                     for fall 2011.
                 and fee due at documents due               •	 139 exchange programs available in 31 countries.
                 the OUAC       at Waterloo                 •	 One of Canada’s top campus recreation programs.
                                                            •	 Located 100 km west of Toronto in a clean, safe,
 Accounting      February 10        March 7                    mid-sized city.
 & Financial
 Management                                                 Faculties
 Architecture    February 10        March 7                 Applied   Health   Sciences,    Arts,      Engineering,
 Engineering     March 1            March 30                Environment, Mathematics, and Science.
 (Year 1)
                                                            Schools
 Software        March 1            March 30
                                                            Accounting and Finance; Architecture; Computer
 Engineering
                                                            Science; Environment, Enterprise and Development;
                                                            International Affairs; Optometry; Pharmacy; Planning;
Note for International Students: For admission              and Social Work.
decisions to be made in time for you to arrange for


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University Colleges                                         International Baccalaureate (IB) Students
Conrad Grebel University College, Renison University        You will find details about admission requirements
College, St. Jerome’s University, St. Paul’s University     for   International   Baccalaureate  students  at:
College. Students can study or live at one of four          www.findoutmore.uwaterloo.ca/admissions/
University Colleges. These are small, close-knit            requirements.php.
communities that offer residence and academic
life – like mini-universities within a university.          Equivalent Certificates for International Students
                                                            Generally, if you are an international student, you
Co-op and Regular Systems of Study                          may be considered for admission to the University
Students can choose the regular system of study, which      of Waterloo if you have a high academic standing
follows the traditional September to April school year,     and are eligible for admission to university in your
or co-op, which alternates four-month study and paid        own country. Equivalent requirements are listed at
work terms. Most programs are offered through both          www.findoutmore.uwaterloo.ca/admissions/
systems of study, indicated by a square symbol (n) in the   requirements.php.
program list. Some programs are offered only through
regular or co-op, also noted in the program list. Both      Additional Admission Information
the co-op and regular systems of study are available to     Some programs have requirements in addition to the
all students, regardless of citizenship. Students compete   Admission Information Form. You will find details under
for positions, applying to ones that interest them from     “Admission Requirements and Program Requirements”
the world’s largest pool of co-op jobs. For a few of        at www.findoutmore.uwaterloo.ca/admissions/.
these jobs, employers hire only Canadian citizens or
permanent residents.                                        Advanced Placement courses can be substituted for
                                                            required courses.
Additional Application Fees
All programs require a supplementary application            Transfer Credits
fee of $75, which covers all of your choices for the        For programs in the faculties of Applied Health
University of Waterloo. This non-refundable fee is          Sciences, Arts, Environment, Mathematics, and
payable to the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre     Science, transfer credits will be considered for
at the time of application.                                 Advanced-Level (A-Level), Advanced Placement (AP),
                                                            Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE),
Applying from a Canadian Secondary School                   Cambridge Pre-U, and International Baccalaureate
Outside Ontario                                             (IB) courses. Transfer credits for IB courses will also be
You must have courses equivalent to Ontario courses.        considered for Architecture. Details are available at
You will find details at www.findoutmore.uwaterloo.ca/      www.findoutmore.uwaterloo.ca/admissions/transfer.php.
admissions/requirements.php.
                                                            Submitting Documents
Transferring from a College or Another University           After you apply, we will send you an acknowledgement
If you are transferring from a college or another           of your application and advise you about the
university, you may be eligible for advanced                documents we require.
standing or credit for previously completed
courses. Each program has different criteria for            Note for international applicants: To speed up the
granting transfer credits. Details are available at         application process, if your original documents are not
www.findoutmore.uwaterloo.ca/admissions/                    in English, they must be accompanied by a notarized
requirements.php.                                           literal translation. We also strongly suggest that you
                                                            find out from your local Canadian Embassy or High
Mature Students                                             Commission how to apply for a study permit and how
You may be considered for admission as a mature             long the process will take. Details are available at
student if you do not meet the normal requirements          www.cic.gc.ca.
for admission but can offer clear evidence of
ability to undertake and manage university                  Scholarships and Financial Aid
studies. If you have previously attended college or         Students admitted to full-time, first-year studies at
university, you are not considered a mature student         Waterloo who are beginning postsecondary studies for
for admission purposes. Details are available at            the first time in the fall, and who have an admission
www.findoutmore.uwaterloo.ca/admissions/                    average of 85 percent or higher, including marks for
requirements.php.                                           required courses for the program to which the student
                                                            has been admitted, will receive one of the following
                                                            scholarships:


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•	    President’s Scholarship of Distinction* –              Aboriginal Student Services
      admission average of 95 percent or higher. Students    St. Paul’s University College at Waterloo offers services
      will receive a $2,000 entrance scholarship as well     for Aboriginal students, including guidance for social,
      as the opportunity for a $1,500 International          academic and personal issues; connections to financial
      Experience Award and/or a $1,500 Research Award        resources; and advocacy for unique needs. For more
      to be used in their upper years.                       information, please call 519-885-1465, extension 209,
•	    President’s Scholarship* – admission average of        or visit www.aboriginalservices.uwaterloo.ca.
      90 to 94.9 percent. Students will receive a $2,000
      entrance scholarship.                                  English Language Requirements
•	    Merit Scholarship* – admission average of 85           If your first language is not English and your four
      to 89.9 percent. Students will receive a $1,000        most recent years of full-time education prior to the
      entrance scholarship. Program-specific entrance        start of your studies at Waterloo have not been in an
      scholarships* are also offered.                        English-language school system, you are required to
                                                             provide English-language test scores. It is very important
A limited number of first-year University of Waterloo        that you check the detailed information about
International Student Entrance Scholarships* valued at       conditions and exceptions provided on the website at
$10,000 are available for study permit students.             www.findoutmore.uwaterloo.ca/admissions/elr.php.

*For complete conditions and details, visit the website:     Residences
www.findoutmore.uwaterloo.ca/financing/scholarships.php.     A     space    in     residence     is    guaranteed    if
                                                             you      meet     the       conditions      outlined    at
St. Jerome’s University and Renison University College       http://housing.uwaterloo.ca/getready4rez/. You must
have their own scholarships:                                 complete the online Residence Community Ranking
•	 www.sju.ca/future_students/financing.html                 Form and submit a $500 non-refundable deposit by
•	 www.renison.uwaterloo.ca/prospective/financing/           11:59 p.m. (EDT) on June 1, 2012. Conrad Grebel
     scholarships.shtml                                      University College is not part of the residence guarantee,
                                                             and a separate application and procedure is outlined at
Waterloo offers entrance bursaries ranging in                http://grebel.uwaterloo.ca/prospectivestudent/.
value from $500 to $4,000 for Ontario students
with financial need. Details and eligibility are at          Once you have confirmed your space, you will receive
www.findoutmore.uwaterloo.ca/financing/bursary.php.          acknowledgement and information about your next
Furthermore, in accordance with Ontario’s Student            steps from the residence facility where you have been
Access Guarantee (https://osap.gov.on.ca/OSAPPortal/         placed.
en/PostsecondaryEducation/OSAP/OSAP004003.html),
students in need will have access to the resources           Note for transfer students: Depending on the number
they need for their tuition, books and mandatory             of credits that are transferred after you are admitted,
fees. The university also guarantees to fund unmet           you may be classified as a first-year or upper-year
need as defined by the Ontario Student Assistance            student. Note that only first-year students are eligible
Program (OSAP), or a student assistance program from         for the first-year residence guarantee.
another Canadian province. Students are required
to seek financial support from all sources, including        Further Information
family, employment, loans and government support             Admissions
programs. Details and eligibility are available at           Office of the Registrar
http://safa.uwaterloo.ca/bursaries/supportstatement.html.    University of Waterloo
                                                             Waterloo ON N2L 3G1
Services for Persons with Disabilities
Considered one of Canada’s most accessible                   Telephone:     519-888-4567, extension 33106
universities, Waterloo provides counselling, campus          Fax:           519-746-2882
transportation, liaison with campus housing and              Website:       www.findoutmore.uwaterloo.ca
attendant services, a library accessibility centre                          www.virtualtour.uwaterloo.ca
equipped with adaptive technology, and many more
services. Contact the Office for Persons with Disabilities
at 519-888-4635, TTY at 519-888-4044 or visit
www.studentservices.uwaterloo.ca/disabilities/.




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The University of                                              Design & Production (very limited number of
                                                               spaces for international students)
                                                           EM  Music (BMus) s Alto Saxophone; Bassoon;
Western Ontario                                                Cello; Clarinet; Classical Guitar; Double
                                                               Bass; Euphonium; Flute; French Horn; Harp;
                                                               Harpsichord; Oboe; Organ; Percussion; Piano;
                                                               Trombone; Trumpet; Tuba; Viola; Violin; Voice
s      Specify subject of major interest on the
                                                               (audition and interview required)
       application. For Affiliated University Colleges,
                                                           EMA Music (BA) s Music; Popular Music Studies
       use appropriate affiliate codes; subjects of
                                                               (interview required)
       major interest are the same as Main Campus
                                                           EMS Music Administrative Studies (audition and
       unless otherwise specified.
                                                               interview required)
                                                           EMD Music Performance Diploma (three years)
                                                               (Performance to Conservatory Grade X required;
Main Campus                                                    taken concurrently with a non-music academic
                                                               degree)
ED    Management & Organizational Studies s                ENW Nursing (Western-Fanshawe, Collaborative
      Accounting; Consumer Behaviour; Finance for              Program) Western Site (international students
      Management & Organizational Studies; Human               – one place reserved for CIDA-sponsored
      Resources Management                                     applicant)
EDF Management & Organizational Studies –                  ENF Nursing (Western-Fanshawe Collaborative
      Commercial Aviation Management – Flight                  Program) Fanshawe Site (two places reserved
      Training (Main campus only)                              for international students)
EDN Management & Organizational Studies –                  EP  Kinesiology s Fitness & Exercise Prescription;
      Commercial Aviation Management – NON Flight              Kinesiology (BA and BSc); Physical Education for
      (Main campus only)                                       Teaching; Sport Management
EA    Arts & Humanities s Art History; Art History         ES  Science s Actuarial Science; Animal Behaviour;
      & Criticism; Classical Studies; Comparative              Applied Mathematics; Applied Mathematics
      Literature & Culture; English Language                   Methods; Astrophysics; Biochemistry &
      & Literature; Film Studies; French Studies               Chemistry; Bioinformatics; Bioinformatics
      (Language, Linguistics, Literature); German              (Biochemistry Concentration); Bioinformatics
      Language & Literature; Linguistics; Museum &             (Computer Science Concentration); Chemistry;
      Curatorial Studies; Philosophy; Sexuality Studies;       Computer Science; Earth & Planetary
      Spanish (Language, Linguistics & Literature);            Science; Ecosystem Health; Environmental
      Visual Arts; Women’s Studies                             Geosciences; Environmental Science; Financial
EAV Visual Arts – Studio (portfolio required) s                Modelling; Geology; Geology & Biology;
      Studio Arts                                              Geophysics; Information Systems; Materials
EE    Engineering s Chemical; Civil; Computer;                 Science; Mathematical Sciences; Mathematics;
      Electrical; Green Process; Integrated;                   Mathematics in Society; Medical Biophysics
      Mechanical; Mechatronic Systems Engineering;             (Physical Science Concentration) Medical Physics;
      Software                                                 Physics; Planetary Science; Scientific Computing
Note: Co-op programs (summer co-op and internships)            & Numerical Methods; Statistics; Theoretical
      are available after first year to qualified              Physics
      students. For more information, please visit         ESM Biological & Medical Sciences (BMSc and BSc) s
      www.eng.uwo.ca.                                          Biochemistry; Biochemistry & Cell Biology;
EW    Health Sciences s Community Rural Health                 Biochemistry of Infection & Immunity; Biology;
      Development; Health Promotion; Health                    Cell & Developmental Biology; Chemical
      Sciences; Health Sciences with Biology;                  Biology; Clinical Biochemistry; Genetics; Genetics
      Rehabilitation Sciences                                  & Biochemistry; Medical Biophysics; Medical
EH    Foods & Nutrition BSc s Food Science &                   Biophysics (Medical Sciences Concentration);
      Technology; Nutrition & Dietetics                        Medical Cell Biology; Medical Sciences;
EI    Media, Information & Technoculture s Media               Microbiology & Immunology; Pathology
      & Public Interest; Media, Information &                  & Toxicology; Pharmacology; Physiology;
      Technoculture                                            Physiology & Pharmacology; Physiology &
EIT   Western/Fanshawe Joint Degree/Diploma                    Psychology
      in Media Theory & Production s Broadcast             EO  Social Science s American Cultural
      (Journalism, Radio, Television); Multimedia              Studies; American Studies; Anthropology



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      (Bioarchaeological, Linguistic, Sociocultural);     EHO   Social Sciences s Economics; Global Culture
      Canadian-American Relations; Criminology;                 Studies; Global Development Studies;
      Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience;                     Globalization Studies; History; Political Science;
      Economics; Economics, Politics & Philosophy;              Psychology
      Financial Economics; First Nations Studies;         EHT   Theology s Biblical Studies; Historical &
      Geographic Information Science; Geography;                Systematic Theology
      Global Economics; History; International
      Relations; Jewish Studies; Linguistics; Physical
      Geography; Political Science; Psychology;
      Sociology; Sociology of Health & Aging; Urban       King’s University College at The
      Development; Women’s Studies                        University of Western Ontario
Programs Requiring More                                   EKA   Arts s Catholic Studies; Catholic Studies for
than Secondary School Level                                     Teachers; Dramatic Literature; English Language
EMO Music Artist Diploma – one year                             & Literature; Foundations in the Humanities;
ENS Nursing (Compressed Program)                                French (Language, Linguistics, Literature);
ENC Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner                      Jewish Studies; Philosophy; Religious Studies;
      Certificate Program                                       Spanish; World Religions
                                                          EKC   Childhood & Social Institutions
                                                          EKD   Management & Organizational Studies s
                                                                Accounting; Finance & Administration; Global
Brescia University College at                                   Commerce; Management & Organizational
The University of Western Ontario                               Studies; Organizational & Human Resources
                                                          EKJ   Social Justice & Peace Studies
EBA   Arts s English Language & Literature; French        EKO   Social Science s Canadian Studies; Criminology;
      (Language, Linguistics, Literature); French for           Economics; Finance; History; Political Science;
      Teaching; Philosophy; Religious Studies                   Psychology; Sociology; Thanatology
EBF   Family Studies BA (Human Ecology) sFamily           EKS   Social Work (third year only)
      Studies; Families & Communities
EBZ   Family Studies BSc (Human Ecology)                  History
EBH   Foods & Nutrition BSc s Food Science &              The University of Western Ontario is a vibrant centre of
      Technology; Nutrition & Dietetics                   learning with 35,000 students and over 3,500 full-time
EBW   Health Science s Community Rural Health             faculty and staff members. Through its 12 faculties and
      Development                                         professional schools, and three Affiliated University
EBP   Kinesiology                                         Colleges, the University offers more than 300 different
EBD   Management & Organizational Studies s               degree and diploma programs.
      Accounting
EBC   Preliminary Year Co-educational                     Our students enjoy a diversified life on a campus
EBO   Social Science s Canadian Social &                  that is one of the most picturesque in North America.
      Environmental History; Community                    The campus is located on 155 hectares of land along
      Development; Community Development in               the banks of the Thames River in London, Ontario –
      a Global Context; Dimensions of Leadership;         Canada’s tenth-largest city with a population of over
      History; Political Science; Psychology; Sociology   340,000. Founded in 1878, Western is one of Canada’s
                                                          most well-known research-intensive universities.

                                                          Special Characteristics
Huron University College at                               •	 Comprised of Main Campus and three Affiliated
The University of Western Ontario                            University Colleges.
                                                          •	 One of Canada’s top 10 research universities with
EHA   Arts s East Asia Studies; English Language             nearly 4,000 grants and more than $210 million in
      & Literature; French (Language, Linguistics,           funding annually.
      Literature); Jewish Studies; Philosophy;            •	 One of the largest library systems in Canada,
      Philosophy: Reasoning & Ethics                         including six major libraries and an Archives and
EHD   Management & Organizational                            Research Collections Centre.
      Studies s Accounting; Finance &                     •	 Extensive exchange programs and study abroad
      Administration; Management & Organizational            options on five continents.
      Studies; Organizational Studies; Policy & Ethics


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•	   Excellent support services for students including      For further information, visit http://welcome.uwo.ca or
     the award-winning Leadership and Mentorship            call 519-661-3991.
     Program (LAMP).
•	   Extensive support programs for international           Services for Students with Disabilities
     students through the Student Development               Students with disabilities who require academic
     Centre’s International and Exchange Centre.            accommodation (e.g., special arrangements for
•	   Graduation rates that exceed the Ontario system.       exams) must notify the Student Development Centre’s
•	   Eight residences and 4,300 residence spaces on         Services for Students with Disabilities of their needs
     main campus alone.                                     so that accommodation and related support may
•	   Over $29 million in scholarships and financial aid     be considered. Students may contact this service by
     for eligible undergraduate students.                   telephone at 519-661-2147 or via email at ssd@uwo.ca.
•	   2,000-plus undergraduate work/study jobs available     Information about procedures for requesting academic
     on campus providing invaluable work experience.        accommodation and related support is available at
•	   Widely recognized athletics programs with 38           www.sdc.uwo.ca/ssd/.
     intercollegiate teams competing provincially and
     nationally.                                            Indigenous Services
•	   Largest intramural sports program in Canada.           Indigenous students are encouraged to contact the
•	   Over 200 student clubs and associations.               Student Development Centre’s Indigenous Services to
•	   Ontario’s third-largest university.                    find out about specialized programming. Students may
                                                            contact the service by telephone at 519-661-4095.
Our People
Western’s students are second to none. Bright,              Semester Entry Points
enthusiastic and involved, they stand at the top of their   September: Full and part-time fall/winter.
class. Students come to Western from every province in
Canada and every part of the globe. A recent survey         Application Deadlines
indicates that 84 percent of our graduates say their        Full‑time Fall/Winter Session
Western degree was key to their success.                    February 15 ...............................................Visual Arts –
                                                                                  Studio Arts (EAV) Portfolio Deadline
More than 1,500 faculty teach at Western, many              Februrary 1 ....................... Primary Health Care Nurse
of them world leaders in their disciplines. Western                            Practitioner Certificate Program (ENC)
professors are known both for their teaching and their      February 15 ................................ Nursing (ENW), (ENF)
research. In addition, 2,000 dedicated support staff        March 1 ............ Nursing (ENS) (compressed program)
help Western maintain its standards of excellence.          March 1 ............................................ Scholar’s Electives
                                                            May 15 .............................All international applicants
Western’s graduates now number over 240,000,                June 1............................All other domestic applicants
growing by 5,000 each year, making Alumni Western
the third-largest alumni association in Canada.             The OUAC 105 application is used by applicants to a
                                                            full-time, fall/winter session. You may apply for a
Residences                                                  part-time spring/summer session also by indicating
There are eight residences on Main Campus for               “Summer” under “Expected Enrollment Date”.
undergraduates and approximately 4,300 residence
spaces, most of which are for first-year students. 550      Part‑time Spring/Summer Sessions
apartment units are owned and operated by the               March 1 ........................ Distance/Intersession/Evening
university for upper-year students. 400 apartment units     May 1 ....................................................... Summer Day
and townhouses are located on campus for students
with families.                                              If you are applying on a part-time basis only, do not use
                                                            this 105 application. The part-time application form is
Libraries                                                   available at http://welcome.uwo.ca/preview/admissions/
Western has one of the largest research library systems     parttime.html.
in Canada with six major libraries, an Archive Centre,
9.2 million print, microform and audio-visual items,        Special Opportunities for High Achieving
and several special collections.                            Students
                                                            Scholar’s Electives – For secondary school applicants
Scholarships                                                only: You may be eligible to benefit from academic,
Applicants will be automatically considered for             social and community enrichment programming in
admission scholarships. An application, due by              Arts; Science; Social Science; Media, Information &
February 14, is required for the National Scholarships.     Technoculture; Health Science; and Kinesiology. A


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minimum admission average of 90 percent is required.          Further Information
To inquire about this exciting program, contact               Undergraduate Admissions – Main Campus
scholars_electives@uwo.ca. To apply, complete an              Western Student Services Building, Room 3140
application at www.scholarselectives.uwo.ca. The              The University of Western Ontario
application deadline is March 1, 2012.                        London ON N6A 3K7

Ivey Advanced Entry Opportunity (AEO): For                    Telephone:     519-661-2100
conditional pre-admission to the Richard Ivey Business        Contact us:    reg-admissions@uwo.ca
School, a supplemental application is required.               Website:       http://welcome.uwo.ca
A competitive application includes a 90 percent
average, demonstrated leadership and achievement in           Affiliated University Colleges
extracurricular activities. Ivey AEO status is available to   Students at all three of our affiliates are also Western
students at Western or one of its Affiliated University       students. They have access to facilities and enjoy
Colleges. Apply online at www.ivey.uwo.ca/hba/.               academic and student life in both environments.
Application deadline: January 18, 2012.                       Degrees from each of our affiliates are conferred by
                                                              The University of Western Ontario.
Engineering Excellence: Engineering guarantees
acceptance into the program of choice for a student’s         Brescia University College is Canada’s only
second year provided they have a minimum entrance             women’s college with approximately 1,000 students
average of 85 percent as calculated by Western and            registered. Brescia provides a student-centred,
maintain an average of 70 percent in first year with no       engaging environment that encourages active
failures on a full course load. Information is available      participation in learning, community involvement,
at        www.eng.uwo.ca/undergraduate/prospective/           and the development of leadership and teamwork
engineering_excell_admission.htm                              skills. A pre-university program is offered to both
                                                              male and female registrants. Residence is guaranteed
English Proficiency                                           and generous scholarship and bursary programs are
Western is an English-speaking university. Candidates         offered.
whose first language is not English must write one
of the following tests of English facility: TOEFL             Brescia University College
and TWE; the iBT (internet-based TOEFL); MELAB;               Telephone:   519-858-5151
IELTS; CanTEST; or CAEL. For more information, visit          Email:       brescia@uwo.ca
http://welcome.uwo.ca/preview/admissions/                     Website:     www.brescia.uwo.ca
proficiency.html.
                                                              Huron University College is the founding institution
Note: English language proficiency requirements for           of The University of Western Ontario. A small
admission to Undergraduate Nursing are different than         population of almost 1,300 students helps Huron
those above. Please refer to www.uwo.ca/fhs/nursing/          maintain its distinct identity, giving students the
UG/western_fanshawe/english_language.html.                    advantages of small classes, personal attention and
                                                              a friendly community. Huron offers a competitive
Postsecondary Evaluation Fee                                  scholarship program as well as its own residence
A single, non-refundable evaluation fee of $75                buildings.
is required of all applicants with a postsecondary
background, except CEGEP applicants. Please make              Huron University College
your cheque or money order payable to the Ontario             Telephone:  519-438-7224, extension 233
Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) and be sure to        Email:      huron@uwo.ca
include your OUAC Reference Number.                           Website:    www.huronuc.ca

Transcript Requirements for Ontario College                   King’s University College is a small, Catholic, liberal
and University Transfer Applicants                            arts college that offers small classes and a true sense
If you are currently registered in first year, an             of community to a student population of 3,200. Many
admissions decision will require receipt of final             students choose King’s because of its affiliation with
year-end transcripts. If you are currently registered         Western, its friendly campus, outstanding teaching
beyond first year, an admissions decision will require        faculty, generous scholarship and bursary program, and
receipt of mid-year grades (for semestered schools) or        guaranteed residence.
final grades for the current year. Final transcripts from
prior institutions should be requested immediately.




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King’s University College                                   UHS   BA Honours Health Studies (Laurier Brantford)
Telephone:   519-433-3491                                   UAH   BASc Honours Health Studies (Laurier Brantford)
Toll-free:   1-800-265-4406                                 UVS   BA Honours History Combination (Laurier
Email:       kings@uwo.ca                                         Brantford)
Website:     www.kings.uwo.ca                               UVG   BA Honours Human Rights & Human Diversity
                                                                  (Laurier Brantford)
                                                            UVJ   BA Honours Journalism (Laurier Brantford)
                                                            UVL   BA Honours Law & Society (Laurier Brantford)
Wilfrid Laurier                                             UOL
                                                            UVD
                                                                  BA Honours Leadership (Laurier Brantford)
                                                                  BA Honours Psychology (Laurier Brantford)
University                                                  UYC   BA Honours Youth & Children’s Studies (Laurier
                                                                  Brantford)
                                                            UVP   BA/BEd Honours Arts Contemporary
                                                                  Studies (Laurier Brantford) and Education
s      Specify subject of major interest on the                   Primary/Junior (Nipissing)
       application.                                         UVI   BA/BEd Honours Arts Contemporary
u      Available only to applicants who are entering              Studies (Laurier Brantford) and Education
       directly from secondary school.                            Junior/Intermediate (Nipissing)
                                                            UPF   BA/BEd Honours Arts Contemporary Studies
Notes:                                                            with French Teaching Option (Laurier Brantford)
1.    The Environmental Science option is available               and Education Primary/Junior (Nipissing)
      to students registered in Honours BSc programs        UJF   BA/BEd Honours Arts Contemporary Studies
      in Biology, Chemistry and Geography.                        with French Teaching Option (Laurier Brantford)
2.    The co-op option is available to honours                    & Education Junior/Intermediate (Nipissing)
      students during second year. Selection is based       UBT   BBTM Honours Bachelor of Business Technology
      on first-year marks and a personal interview.               Management (Laurier Brantford)

Faculty of Arts – Laurier Waterloo                          Faculty of Science – Laurier Waterloo
UH     BA Honours Arts s Ancient Mediterranean              UBA BA Honours Arts Biology
       Studies; Anthropology; Cultural Studies; English;    UAM BA Honours Arts Financial Mathematics
       Environmental Studies; Film Studies; French;         UP    BA Honours Arts Kinesiology & Physical
       Geography; Global Studies; History; Languages;             Education
       Medieval Studies; Mediterranean Studies;             UKE BA Honours Arts Mathematics
       Near Eastern & Classical Archaeology; North          UHP BA Honours Arts Psychology
       American Archaeology; North American Studies;        UAC BA Honours Combination Computer Science
       Philosophy; Political Science; Religion & Culture;   USH BSc Honours Health Sciences u
       Sociology; Spanish; Undeclared; Women &              UBI   BSc Honours Science Biochemistry/Biotechnology
       Gender Studies                                       UE    BSc Honours Science Biology s Biology; Biology
UKL BA Honours Arts Communication Studies                         & Chemistry; Biology & Physical Geography;
Note: Cultural Studies; Film Studies; Medieval Studies;           Biology & Psychology
North American Studies; and Women & Gender Studies          UKD BSc Honours Science Biology & Mathematics
are offered only in combination with another Honours        UHC BSc Honours Science Chemistry
BA program.                                                 UKC BSc Honours Science Chemistry & Mathematics
UHG BSc Honours Science Geography s Geography;              UFA BSc Honours Science Computer Science
       Geography & Environmental Science;                   UF    BSc Honours Science Computing & Computer
       Geography & Geomatics                                      Electronics
                                                            UFT BSc Honours Computer Science & Psychology
Faculty of Arts – Laurier Brantford                         USM BSc Honours Science Financial Mathematics
UV    BA Honours Contemporary Studies (Laurier              UN    BSc Honours Science Kinesiology & Physical
      Brantford)                                                  Education
UVC BA Honours Contemporary Studies with                    UBM BSc Hounours Science Mathematics; Computer
      Children’s Education & Development Option                   Science & Mathematics s Computer Science &
      (Laurier Brantford)                                         Mathematics; Mathematics
UCR BA Honours Criminology (Laurier Brantford)              USP BSc Honours Science Physics; Photonics s
UVN BA Honours English (Laurier Brantford)                        Photonics; Physics
UVK BA Honours Health Administration (Laurier               UPS BSc Honours Science Psychology
      Brantford)


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Faculty of Music – Laurier Waterloo                         interaction. Our interdisciplinary approach allows
UM    BMus Honours Music s Composition;                     students to pursue combined major and minor degree
      Comprehensive; Music Education; Music History;        options based on their interests. We are proud to
      Performance; Theory; Diploma in Performance           have the Academic Council on the United Nations
                                                            System (ACUNS) headquartered at Laurier. Some of
School of Business and Economics –                          the more popular majors are Archaeology (students
Laurier Waterloo                                            work on digs in Ontario and Jordan), Communication
UB    BBA Honours Business Administration                   Studies, English, Global Studies, History (Laurier is
UX    BBA/BSc Honours Business Administration &             particularly strong in military history), Political Science
      Honours Computing and Computer Electronics            and Sociology. Students can add a Muslim Studies or
      (double-degree co-op program)                         Ancient Language option to their degree in order to
UXA BBA/BSc Honours Business Administration &               further diversify their studies.
      Honours Computer Science (double-degree
      co-op program)                                        Faculty of Science
UBF BBA/BA Honours Business Administration &                Our fastest growing faculty, the Faculty of Science,
      Honours Financial Mathematics (double-degree          promotes hands-on learning in state-of-the-art
      co-op program)                                        facilities. We offer cutting-edge programs such as
UWW BBA/BMath Honours Business Administration at            Biochemistry/Biotechnology, Photonics and Financial
      Laurier & Honours Mathematics at University of        Mathematics. Our Health Sciences program will
      Waterloo (joint undergraduate co-op program)          prepare students for a professional career in a medical
UWB BBA/BCS Honours Business Administration                 field such as medicine, dentistry or optometry. Students
      at Laurier & Honours Computer Science at              may choose to pursue a double major such as Biology
      University of Waterloo (joint undergraduate           & Physical Geography, Chemistry & Math, Computer
      co-op program)                                        Science & Business or our newest combination degree
UD    BA Honours Economics s Economics;                     in Computer Science & Psychology. Students have the
      Economics & Accounting; Economics & Financial         opportunity to work with world class, research-active
      Management; Economics with Management                 faculty who bring excitement for their discipline
      Option                                                to the classroom. At the same time, the faculty is a
UAE BA Honours Applied Economics s Applied                  relatively small, unique community of scientists, and
      Economics; Applied Economics with                     our students benefit from the personal attention they
      Management Option                                     receive. Laurier is particularly well known for Biology,
                                                            Kinesiology & Physical Education, and Psychology
Unclassified/Post-degree Studies                            programs.
UZ    Letter of Permission
UR    Diploma in Opera; Diploma in Chamber Music            School of Business and Economics
UJ    Diploma in Accounting/Non-degree                      As one of Canada’s largest business schools, Laurier
UL    Unclassified Studies (non-degree)                     offers a wide array of degree, double degree and
UDC Diploma in Criminology - Brantford                      diploma options to students. Business students can
                                                            pursue concentrations of study such as: Accounting,
History and Special Characteristics                         Finance, Brand Communication and Management,
Founded in 1911, Laurier is a premier university and is     Business & Sustainability, Entrepreneurship, Human
renowned for attracting students who want to succeed.       Resource Management, Insurance & Risk Management,
Our undergraduate programs in the Faculty of Arts,          International Business, Marketing or Supply Chain
Faculty of Science, Faculty of Music, School of             Management. Our innovative case-based instruction
Business & Economics, Faculty of Education, and             includes the BDO New Venture Competition and
our Brantford Campus offer an unparalleled academic         Integrated Case Exercise (ICE) week. Two new
experience. Our unique, interdisciplinary approach          programs in 2011 included our double degree program
to learning allows students to combine majors in            that combines our Business Administration program
completely different fields. Laurier’s faculty, among the   with a Bachelor of Arts in Financial Mathematics, and
finest anywhere, expands the horizons of our students,      our double degree with the University of Waterloo
providing them with a broad perspective of the world        – Bachelor of Business Administration (WLU) and
that opens up new ways of thinking and seeing things.       Bachelor of Computer Science (University of Waterloo).
                                                            Economics students can concentrate in Finance,
Faculty of Arts                                             Accounting or Management, or enroll in our Applied
As members of the largest faculty at Laurier, Arts          Economics program, which is available with the
students enjoy a wide range of program options              Management option.
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Faculty of Music                                                 Additional Admission Information
Laurier’s most intimate undergraduate faculty, the               Enrollment is normally limited for all Laurier programs.
Faculty of Music, has approximately 300 full-time                Admission is based primarily on 4U/M (or Grade 12)
students enrolled. Our music students benefit from               courses. If an applicant thinks more information would
small class sizes, one-on-one studio instruction                 be appropriate, a written submission outlining the
with distinguished faculty, and world-class facilities           applicant’s outstanding achievements, health and other
including an on-site Music Therapy clinic. From Jazz to          personal conditions will also be considered. Applicants
Contemporary, Opera and Music Therapy, our friendly,             to the Faculty of Music are required to attend an
people-centred Faculty of Music offers programs that             audition/interview.
attract students from across Canada and overseas.
                                                                 Document Evaluation Fee
Laurier Brantford                                                All applicants (except those currently attending
Laurier’s Brantford campus has quickly established               full-time in the final year of a Canadian secondary
itself as a lively institution with a first-class liberal arts   school or any program at Six Nations Polytechnic) are
program. Recent program additions include our new                required to submit to the OUAC a non-refundable $60
Bachelor in Business Technology Management, Bachelor             document evaluation fee.
of Arts and Science in Health Studies, and Youth and
Children’s Studies programs. Other program offerings             Enrollment (Fall 2010)
include Contemporary Studies, Criminology, Leadership,           Full-time Undergraduate Students:     13,697
Law & Society, Journalism, Health Studies, Health                Full-time Graduate Students:          866
Administration, Human Rights & Human Diversity,                  Part-time Students:                   2,562
English, History and Psychology. Students can also
earn a BA and a BEd concurrently at Laurier Brantford            English Language Proficiency
through our partnership with Nipissing University. Our           All applicants whose first language is not English must
partnership with most Ontario colleges allows students           supply one of the following:
to enter Laurier Brantford with relevant transfer credits        Please note: Double degree programs may require
from over 23 diploma programs. Class sizes are small,            higher scores.
and first-year students are guaranteed residence. For            •	 TOEFL score of 560 paper-based or 83 internet-based
details, visit www.chooselaurierbrantford.ca.                        (with a minimum score of 20 in each component)
                                                                 •	 MELAB score of 85
Scholarships                                                     •	 IELTS score of 6.5
Entrance scholarships are automatically awarded                  •	 CAEL score of 70, with no part below 60 required
to full-time, first-year students (who have never                •	 PTE (Pearson Test of English) score of 59
attended a postsecondary institution) based on the               •	 Successful completion of the appropriate ESL
student’s final grades; no application is required.                  program at LEAF or one of our partner institutions:
For a complete list of scholarships and awards, visit                Renison University College, Conestoga College
www.wlu.ca/studentawards/.                                           or the University of Guelph. Please refer to
                                                                     www.wlu.ca/admissions/ for more information.
Bursaries
Many of our first-year students also qualify for entrance        Exceptions may be granted to applicants who
bursaries. These bursaries are based on your financial           have studied successfully in an English-language
need, not marks. The maximum amount of bursary                   instructional education system on a full-time basis
funding is $2,000.                                               for a minimum of three years, and who can present
                                                                 acceptable grades in English and other humanities/
Residence                                                        social science courses from their senior secondary
There are 2,900 residence spaces, the majority of                school year. Refer to www.wlu.ca/admissions/.
which are reserved for first-year students who have
never attended a postsecondary institution. Residence            2012 Applicants Requiring
is guaranteed to first-year students who submit their            English Language Preparation
application and deposit by the deadline. We have                 Students who currently do not meet Laurier’s English
apartment-style residences, dormitory-style residences,          language requirements are able to choose an intensive
all-male residences, all-female residences, quiet                English as a Second Language program offered by
residences and two learning communities focused on               our own Laurier English and Academic Foundation
leadership and global engagement. Single and double              (LEAF) program or one of our Education Partners.
rooms are available. Information on how to apply                 Laurier will provide conditional offers of admission to
for residence online is included with your offer of              academically qualified applicants who are registered in
admission. See www.mylaurier.ca/residence/.                      LEAF or an English language program provided by one


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of our Education Partners (conditional on successful           •	   Five Levels: Upon arrival, students will be given a
completion of the program and meeting minimum                       placement test to determine which of the five levels
requirements).                                                      is best suited for them. Students who successfully
                                                                    complete a level will progress to the next level;
Laurier will accept completion of the following                     those who successfully complete level five will have
English Language Certificate programs as proof of                   met Laurier’s English proficiency requirements.
language proficiency for the purpose of admission to           •	   Academic English: Our courses will focus on
undergraduate programs for September 2012 entry.                    academic English. They are designed to prepare
For program information including start dates, fees and             students for success in university. Essay writing,
application details, please contact our partners directly.          listening to lectures, reading large academic
                                                                    texts, and learning the vocabulary most common
Renison University College English for Academic                     in university settings will be key features of the
Success, Advanced Level (completed with a minimum                   curriculum.
grade of 75).                                                  •	   Small Class Sizes: Class sizes will be limited to
                                                                    15 students. Class sizes of 8 to 10 students will be
University of Guelph English Language Certificate                   common.
Program, Advanced Level (completed with a minimum              •	   Location: Initially, the LEAF Program will be
grade of 75).                                                       offered exclusively at our Brantford campus. This
                                                                    campus is integrated into the downtown core
Conestoga College Intensive English Language for                    giving students more opportunities to interact with
Academic Studies, Level 4 (completed with a minimum                 native English speakers thereby accelerating their
grade of 70). Exclusion: BBA/BMath and BBA/BCS double               language learning.
degree programs require Level 4 with a minimum grade           •	   Qualified Instructors: LEAF Instructors are
of 75.                                                              experienced ESL instructors with a wealth of
                                                                    experience in both Canada and abroad.
English-Language Support Program                               •	   Competitive Tuition: At $3,500 per cycle, the
Laurier’s Faculty of Science, together with Renison                 LEAF Program is competitively priced. (Note: Some
University College, offers two options for English                  additional fees apply.) The small class sizes, 25
language support to students who have applied to,                   hours per week of in-class training, and fantastic
and who are academically eligible for select science                location only add to the value.
programs, but have not yet attained the required
English language proficiency score. A Renison                  Note: All information subject to change. For
University College intensive language study program            up-to-date information, please contact Breanna
can be completed prior to fall entry, or can be taken          Brooks, International Recruitment Coordinator at
concurrently with a maximum of two science courses, at         bbrooks@wlu.ca or 519-884-0710, extension 4130; or
Laurier. For details, please visit www.wlu.ca/admissions/.     Dave McGuire, Manager of International Recruitment,
                                                               at dmcguire@wlu.ca or 519-884-0710, extension 3101.
LEAF – The Laurier English & Academic
Foundation Program                                             Accessible Learning
Wilfrid Laurier University has its own English as a            The Accessible Learning Centre builds strong
Second Language (ESL) program. Here are some of the            partnerships with students with disabilities to ensure
key features of the program:                                   their academic success. Early identification is vital.
•	 Conditional Offer: The Laurier English and                  We encourage students considering Wilfrid Laurier
    Academic Foundation (LEAF) Program will allow              to contact us to inquire about services and facilities
    academically qualified students who do not meet            for students with disabilities. Prospective students
    Laurier’s English proficiency requirements the             and their families or teachers may direct their
    opportunity to receive a conditional offer of              inquiries to 519-884-0710, extension 3086, or email
    admission pending completion of the five-level             accessible_learning@wlu.ca. For more information, visit
    program. That means no TOEFL or IELTS scores are           www.mylaurier.ca/accessible/.
    required.
•	 Flexible Intakes: The program schedule allows               Visit Laurier
    for six cycles throughout the calendar year, which         Campus tours run four times per day, Monday to Friday,
    allows for flexibility in entry points for the students.   and twice a day on Saturdays at the Waterloo campus
    Students can enter the program at any of the six           and can be booked online at www.chooselaurier.ca or
    points. Each week, students will receive 25 hours of       via email at chooselaurier@wlu.ca.
    classroom instruction.




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Tours of Laurier Brantford can be arranged online            NCR BA Criminology t
at www.chooselaurierbrantford.ca or via email at             NJM Digital Journalism & Communication,
chooselaurierbrantford@wlu.ca.                                   Media & Film
                                                             NJC Digital Journalism & Creative Writing
Both campuses offer open houses in November and              NJE Digital Journalism & English Language &
March each year.                                                 Literature
                                                             NJP Digital Journalism & Political Science
Further Information                                          NAD BA Disability Studies
Admissions Office                                            NDP BA Disability Studies & Psychology
Wilfrid Laurier University                                   NDS BA Drama & Communication, Media & Film
Waterloo ON N2L 3C5                                          NAW BA English Literature & Creative Writing
                                                             NLO BA Honours Modern Languages (with year
Telephone:       519-884-0710, extension 3351                    abroad) (German Option)
                 (touch-tone phones only)                    NLI BA Honours Modern Languages (with year
Email:           admissions@wlu.ca                               abroad) (Italian option)
                                                             NLS BA Honours Modern Languages (with year
                                                                 abroad) (Spanish option)
                                                             NJI BA International Relations & Development
University of Windsor                                            Studies
                                                             NCS BA Sociology & Criminology
                                                             NFA BA Visual Arts & Art History Visual Culture
                                                             NFB BFA Visual Arts & the Built Environment
s        Specify subject of major interest on the            NFV BA Visual Arts & Communication, Media & Film
         application.                                        ND  BFA Dramatic Arts – Acting
n        Program available by co-operative education         NDC BA Drama in Education & Community
         beginning in second year.                           NM  BMus Music
t        Indicates the possibility of combined majors.       NMT BMusTh Music Therapy with Internship
                                                             NF  BFA Fine Arts – Visual Arts
University Programs and Codes                                NW  BSW Social Work
NAH Honours BA Programs s Anthropology t;                    NWD BSW Social Work & Diaspora Studies
      Classical Civilization t; Communication Media          NDD BSW Social Work & Disability Studies
      & Film t; Creative Writing t; Criminology t;           NWW BSW Social Work & Women’s Studies
      Developmental Psychology t; Diaspora                   NC  BComm Business Administration
      Studies (combined programs only) t;                    NCC BComm Business (co-op)
      Drama t; Economics t; English Language                 NCD BComm Honours Business & Computer Science
      & Literature t; Family & Social Relations t;           NCB BComm Honours Business & Computer Science
      Forensics (combined program only); French                  (co-op)
      Studies t; History t; Labour Studies t; Liberal        NCE BComm Business & Economics
      & Professional Studies; Modern Languages;              NH  BSc Honours Economics
      Modern Languages and Second-Language                   NE  Engineering (Undecided) n
      Education t; Music t; Philosophy t; Political          NEB Engineering – Civil n
      Science t; Political Science with Specialization       NEN Engineering – Electrical n
      in Law & Politics; Political Science with Bilingual    NEK Engineering – Environmental
      Specialization; Psychology t; Social Justice           NEH Engineering – Industrial n
      (combined program only); Sociology t;                  NEU Engineering – Industrial (Minor in Business
      Undeclared; Visual Arts t; Women’s Studies t               Admin)
NA    General BA Programs s Anthropology; Art                NEJ Engineering – Mechanical n
      History; Child Psychology; Classical Civilization;     NER Engineering – Mechanical Engineering
      Communication, Media & Film; Drama;                        (Aerospace Engineering option)
      Economics; English Language & Literature;              NEA Engineering – Mechanical (Automotive
      Family & Social Relations; French Studies;                 option) n
      History; Labour Studies; Liberal & Professional        NEL Engineering – Mechanical (Materials option) n
      Studies; Liberal & Professional Studies (Lambton       NEO Engineering – Mechanical (Environmental
      College); Philosophy; Political Science;                   option) n
      Psychology; Sociology; Undeclared Major; Visual        NP  BHK Human Kinetics n
      Arts; Women’s Studies                                  NN  BScN Nursing
NAS Bachelor of Arts & Sciences                              NS  BSc General Science



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NT  BCS Computer Science (General)                        means students can take advantage of the rich cultural,
NTH BCS Computer Science Honours t                        educational and recreational resources of Michigan as
NTC BCS Computer Science (co-op)                          well as southwestern Ontario.
NSX BSc Behaviour, Cognition & Neuroscience
NSB BSc Biological Sciences                               Residence Accommodation
NSY BSc Biochemistry                                      There are over 1,350 beds on campus in a variety of
NBT BSc Biochemistry & Biotechnology                      co-educational residence facilities. Acceptances will be
NBU BSc Biology & Biotechnology                           made throughout the summer, as needed.
NSC BSc Chemistry
NSK BSc Chemistry & Physics                               English Language Proficiency
NSS BSc Computer Science with Software                    All students whose native language is not English must
    Engineering Specialization                            complete the TOEFL, MELAB or IELTS.
NSU BSc Computer Science with Software
    Engineering Specialization (co-op)                    Student Disability Services
NTR BCS Computer Science (Honours Applied                 The University admits all academically qualified
    Computing)                                            students, regardless of disability, and attempts to
NTO BCS Computer Science (Honours Applied                 ensure equal access to all programs. The majority of
    Computing) (co-op)                                    buildings on campus are wheelchair accessible.
NSI BSc Computer Information Systems
NSJ BSc Computer Information Systems (co-op)              The University, through this office, provides a variety of
NLS BES Environmental Studies                             services and accommodations to eliminate, as much as
NSN BSc Environmental Science                             possible, the effect of a disability. These services include
NFS BFS Forensic Science                                  note-takers, attendants, alternate exam formats,
NSZ BSc Mathematics & Computer Science                    readers and scribes for exams, taped textbooks,
NMH BMath Honours Mathematics t                           diagnostic assessment, interpreters and a variety of
NSM BMath Honours Mathematics & Statistics                access technology. If you have a documented disability
NMG BMath General Mathematics (three-year)                and require information or assistance, contact Student
NSP BSc Honours Physics                                   Disability Services before registration.
NPT BSc Physics & High Technology (co-op) t
NPM BSc Physics & High Technology – Medical               Transfer Students
    Physics (co-op)                                       In addition to a secondary school transcript, students
NPB BSc Honours Physics (co-op)                           transferring from either a college or university must
NPD BSc Honours Physics & High Technology                 arrange to have an official transcript sent directly from
NPE Bsc Honours Physics – Medical Physics                 their postsecondary institution. Students transferring
NMP Non-Degree/Letter of Permission/Already               from an Ontario university must complete the OUAC
    Possess a Degree                                      Transcript Request Form (TRF) to arrange for a
                                                          transcript to be sent immediately. Please refer to the
Programs Requiring More Than 4U/M Level                   University Calendar for specific transfer policies.
NGD Post-Graduate Certificate in Accounting
NCA Bachelor of Commerce for University graduates         Postsecondary Supplementary Evaluation Fee
NWT Social Work (Year Three)                              A supplementary fee of $50 is required of all applicants
NTU BCS Computer Science for University Graduates         who have attended a postsecondary institution (college
NEX Honours Certificate in Electrical Engineering         or university). This fee is to be paid directly to the OUAC
NET BEng Tech (For CAAT Engineering Technology            along with the application fee, and is non-refundable.
      Graduates or university degree in Technical/
      Science areas)                                      Deadlines for Application
NTG BSc Honours Applied Computing for University          Winter, summer and fall entry points are available for
      Graduates                                           full-time applicants.

Special Characteristics                                   December 1 is the deadline for winter entry; April 1 for
The university is located on the banks of the Detroit     summer entry; and August 1 for fall entry. Applicants
River and at the foot of the Ambassador Bridge, which     to year three BSW must submit their applications by
leads to the United States. As Canada’s most southern     February 1.
city, Windsor (population 218,000) enjoys a temperate
climate. Our unique international situation provides a    Late applications will be considered if space is available.
special focus for academic and research activities, and




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Additional Admission Information                           YFD Business & Society
Students must fulfill audition or interview requirements   YFX Children Studies
for the following limited enrollment programs:             YFF Communication Studies BA
Bachelor of Fine Arts – Acting; Bachelor of Music;         YFJ Communication Studies iBA
Bachelor of Music Therapy with Internship; Honours         YFC Creative Writing (upper-year entry)
Drama in Education & Community.                            YFZ Criminology
                                                           YPJ Disaster and Emergency Management
Applicants for year three Social Work will be              YFE Economics s Business Economics; Economics;
required to complete a supplementary online form at            Financial & Business Economics
www.uwindsor.ca/socialwork/.                               YFL Human Resources Management (BHRM)
                                                           YFM Information Technology
Further Information                                        YFI International BA (iBA) s Anthropology;
Ms. Charlene Yates                                             European Studies; French Studies; Geography;
Associate Registrar                                            German Studies; History; Humanities; Italian
University of Windsor                                          Studies; Political Science; Sexuality Studies;
Windsor ON N9B 3P4                                             Urban Studies
                                                           YFN Language s French Studies; German Studies;
Telephone:     519-971-3650                                    Italian Studies; Portuguese Studies; Spanish
Fax:           519-971-3653                                YFP Professional Writing s English & Professional
Email:         admissions@uwindsor.ca                          Writing; Professional Writing
Website:       www.uwindsor.ca                             YPG Public Administration
                                                           YFS Social Work (daytime studies)
                                                           YFY Social Work (degree required)
                                                           YUM Undecided Major (first year only)
York University                                            Faculty of Environmental Studies (BES)
                                                           YES   Environmental Studies

s     Specify subject of major interest on the             Faculty of Science & Engineering
      application.                                         (BASc, BSc, iBSc, BA, iBA)
v     Not available to international students.             YSF   Biochemistry
                                                           YSB Biology
University Programs and Codes                              YSW Biomedical Science
                                                           YSA Biotechnology
Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies             YPT Biophysics
(BA, BAS, BHRM, BSW, iBA, BPA, BDEM)                       YSC Chemistry s Chemistry; Pharmaceutical &
YFB Administrative Studies s Accounting;                         Biological Chemistry
      Business Research; Finance; Human Resources          YSQ Computational Mathematics
      Management; Management; Management                   YSG Computer Science (BSc)
      Science; Marketing                                   YPK Computer Science (BA)
YFO Administrative Studies s Information                   YPR Computer Security (BSc)
      Technology                                           YPX Computer Security (BA)
YFR Arts s African Studies; Anthropology; Canadian         YRA Digital Media
      Studies; Classics; Classical Studies; Cognitive      YSE   Earth & Atmospheric Science s Atmospheric
      Science; Culture & Expression; East Asian                  Science; Earth Science
      Studies; English; European Studies; Geography;       YSJ   Engineering – Computer Engineering
      Geography & Urban Studies; German Studies;           YSL   Engineering – Geomatics Engineering
      Global Political Studies; Health & Society;          YSN Engineering – Space Engineering
      Hellenic Studies; History; Human Rights & Equity     YPI   Engineering – Software
      Studies; Humanities; International Development       YPB Environmental Biology
      Studies; Jewish Studies; Latin American &            YSV Environmental Science
      Caribbean Studies; Law & Society; Linguistics;       YS    Geography
      Philosophy; Political Science; Portuguese            YSO Science & Technology Studies
      Studies; Race, Ethnicity & Indigeneity; Religious    YSI   Space Science
      Studies; Science & Technology Studies; Sexuality     YSM Mathematics (BSc) s Applied Math;
      Studies; Social & Political Thought; Social                Mathematics; Statistics
      Science; Sociology; South Asian Studies; Urban       YPH Mathematics (Mathematics, Statistics) (BA)
      Studies; Women Studies; Work & Labour Studies

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YPD   Mathematics for Commerce (BA)                           Multidisciplinary Studies; Philosophy; Political
YPM   Applied Mathematics (BA)                                Science; Psychology; Sexuality Studies;
YSP   Physics & Astronomy s Applied Physics;                  Sociology; Spanish (Hispanic Studies);
      Astronomy; Physics                                      Translation; Women’s Studies
YSU   Undecided Major (first year only)                   YGI International Studies
YSY   International BSc Computer Science                  YGL Translation/Traduction (upper-year entry)
YPF   International BA Computer Science                   YGM Undecided Major (first year only)
YSZ   International BSc Biology                           YGN English Studies
YPQ   Mathematics for Education (BSc)                     YGP Spanish (Hispanic Studies)
YPE   Mathematics for Education (BA)                      YGR Translation/Traduction (second-entry degree)
                                                          YGV Bachelor of Education (French) (upper-year
Schulich School of Business                                   entry; concurrent program)
(BBA, iBBA) (full-time only)                              YGS Education – Glendon (upper-year entry;
YBA Business Administration                                   concurrent program) s Refer to Glendon’s other
YBI   International Business Administration                   programs for a list of subjects of major interest.

Faculty of Fine Arts (BA, BDes, BFA)                      Concurrent Education – Upper-year Entry
YB    Dance Studio (Choreography, Performance,            YEC Education – LA&PS (Concurrent) s See the
      Technique)                                               Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies
YBB Dance Studies (Dance in Society, History, World            section for a list of the subjects of major interest.
      Dance)                                              YW   Education – Fine Arts (Concurrent) s See the
YF    Design                                                   Faculty of Fine Arts section for a list of the
YFA Digital Media (Faculty of Fine Arts)                       subjects of major interest (Excluding Design and
YEA Film Production                                            Theatre Performance).
YEF   Film Screenwriting                                  YL   Education – Science (Concurrent) s See the
YEB Film Cinema & Media Studies                                Faculty of Science & Engineering section for a
YH    Music                                                    list of the subjects of major interest (excluding
YJ    Theatre (Acting, Production & Design, Theatre            the following Engineering programs: Computer;
      Studies)                                                 Geomatics; Space; and Software).
YM    Visual Arts (Studio Art)                            YCT Education – Environmental Studies (Concurrent)
YN    Visual Arts (Art History)                           YGV Bachelor of Education (French) (upper-year
                                                               entry; concurrent program)
Glendon (BA, iBA)                                         YGS Education – Glendon (upper-year entry;
(offering courses in English and/or French)                    concurrent program) s See the Glendon section
YGB Arts s Canadian Studies; Economics;                        for a list of the subjects of major interest.
       Environmental & Health Studies; History;           YHL Education – Health (Concurrent) s See the
       Individualized Studies; Linguistics & Language          Health section for a list of the subjects of major
       Studies; Mathematics; Multidisciplinary Studies;        interest.
       Philosophy; Political Science; Psychology;
       Sexuality Studies; Sociology; Women’s Studies      Concurrent Education – Technological Education
YGD Drama Studies                                         YED Communication Technology
YGE Business Economics                                    YEG Computer Technology
YGF French Studies                                        YEH Construction Technology
YGG International BA (Bilingual) s Business               YEI  Green Industries
       Economics; Canadian Studies; Drama Studies;        YEJ  Health Care
       Economics; English Studies; Environmental          YEK Hospitality & Tourism
       & Health Studies; French Studies; History;         YEL  Manufacturing Technology
       Individualized Studies; Mathematics;               YEN Technological Design
       Multidisciplinary Studies; Philosophy; Political
       Science; Psychology; Sexuality Studies;            Joint Programs with Colleges – Upper-year Entry
       Sociology; Spanish (Hispanic Studies);             YEE Ecosystem Management – Environmental
       Translation; Women’s Studies                              Studies (with Sir Sanford Fleming College)
YGH International BA (Trilingual) (upper-year             YEM (Joint program with Humber College)
       entry) s Business Economics; Canadian Studies;            International Project Management (BES in
       Drama Studies; Economics; English Studies;                Environmental Studies/International Project
       Environmental & Health Studies; French Studies;           Management Post-Diploma Certificate)
       History; Individualized Studies; Mathematics;



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YBR Radio & Television Broadcasting (Broadcast               is set in a quiet mid-town neighbourhood, yet is only
    Journalism; Radio Broadcasting; Television               moments away from the boutiques, restaurants and
    Broadcasting) (with Seneca College)                      nightlife of downtown Toronto.
YHM Rehabilitation Services (BA) – Arts (with Seneca
    College)                                                 Application Instructions
YHN Rehabilitation Services (BSc) – Science (with            •	 Send this application to the Ontario Universities’
    Seneca College)                                             Application Centre (OUAC).
YEU Urban Sustainability – Environmental Studies             •	 Additional Administrative Fee: $85 non-refundable
    (with Seneca College)                                       administrative fee, payable directly to the OUAC (not
                                                                required from those who are currently attending
Faculty of Health (BA, BSc, BHS, BScN)                          the final year at a Canadian secondary school or a
YHE Health Studies s Health Informatics; Health                 CEGEP program in the province of Québec).
      Management; Health Policy; Health Studies              •	 Supporting documentation such as transcripts, course
YHK Nursing BScN Second-Entry Degree (RN not                    descriptions and language proficiency test scores (if
      required) v                                               applicable) must be sent directly to Admissions Client
YHF Nursing (Collaborative BSc with Georgian) v                 Services at York University. For a list of required
YHG Nursing (Collaborative BSc with Seneca) v                   documents, refer to www.futurestudents.yorku.ca.
YHC Kinesiology & Health Science (BA)                        •	 All documents must be received before you can
YHD Kinesiology & Health Science (BSc)                          be considered for admission. For a list of required
YHA Psychology (BA)                                             documents, refer to www.futurestudents.yorku.ca.
YHB Psychology (BSc)
                                                             Scholarships and Financial Aid
York University                                              York University is committed to ensuring that York
York is Canada’s leading interdisciplinary teaching and      students with financial need receive financial support
research university, attracting the best and brightest       via government loan programs, scholarships and
students from around the globe. York University              bursaries. Education costs are met by a variety of
provides its graduates with the knowledge, leadership        sources including government loans (e.g., OSAP),
ability and skills needed to thrive in the 21st century.     scholarships, bursaries, private scholarships, external
                                                             awards and opportunities to work on campus. There
At York, we break down traditional boundaries and            are thousands of continuing student awards available
bring together thinkers from every discipline to tackle      covering a range of possibilities, many of which are
real-world issues. Our interdisciplinary, experiential       focused on special access groups and/or opportunities.
approach recognizes that a world without borders             Visit www.futurestudents.yorku.ca and click on “Fees
needs education without borders.                             & Funding”.

A Great Location                                             York University offers an International Scholarship and
York University has more than 50,000 students spread         Award Program for students coming to York from other
over two campuses, Keele and Glendon, both of which          countries. For more information about award amounts
are located in Toronto. The modern, all encompassing         and eligibility, go to www.futurestudents.yorku.ca and
Keele campus is a self-contained community with              click on “Fees & Funding”.
extensive state-of-the-art facilities including the
Ontario Archives, restaurants, a shopping mall, banks        Residence
and a medical/dental clinic. It is home to a number          Most buildings on the Keele and Glendon campuses
of faculties including Education, Environmental              offer traditional dormitory-style settings with standard
Studies, Fine Arts, Graduate Studies, Health, Liberal        bedrooms sharing common washrooms and lounges.
Arts & Professional Studies, Osgoode Hall Law School,        All buildings are co-ed, though same-gender floors and
the Schulich School of Business, and Science and             washrooms are available. The Keele campus also has
Engineering. Keele is the place to study for most of         some suite-style residences that include ensuite kitchens
our undergraduate and graduate students, and offers          and bathrooms, typically shared by two or six students.
students a wide array of programs and experiences.           Students can select their own roommate or have one
                                                             selected for them through a compatibility questionnaire.
York’s Glendon campus is the premier study destination
in southern Ontario for bilingual education. It offers       Higher priority for residence is given to students who
students the opportunity to study undergraduate and          live a greater distance from our campuses. Students
graduate programs in English and French at a small liberal   who are 21 years of age or older are eligible to
arts school with a close-knit multicultural community of     apply to York University’s apartment housing. Visit
2,600 students. Glendon’s beautiful, park-like campus        www.futurestudents.yorku.ca/residence_housing/      for
                                                             more information.

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Supplementary Information                                   Joint Programs with Community Colleges
Supplementary information is        required    for   the   York offers a number of joint programs with community
following programs.                                         colleges. You apply for joint programs after you have
                                                            completed two or three years of university study. If you
Concurrent Education (Technological Education): The         are a university transfer student applying directly to
Bachelor of Education (Technological Education) is          a joint program, you must also submit an application
available only to individuals enrolled in a program         for the college program through the Ontario College
leading to an applied degree in a related technology        Application Services (OCAS). The only exception to this
field at an Ontario postsecondary institution. Applicants   is Rehabilitation Services. For detailed information, visit
may only apply to the Intermediate/Senior certification     www.futurestudents.yorku.ca.
level.    OUAC     applications   and     supplementary
information are due January 31, 2012.                       Secondary School Students Outside of Ontario
                                                            If you are completing secondary school, have your
Concurrent Education: All applicants to the traditional     school fax your transcript to the Office of Admissions
concurrent Bachelor of Education program must submit        at 416-736-5741 as soon as your Grade 11 results and
a Faculty of Education Supplementary Information            Grade 12 first semester final or midterm grades become
form by the March 21 deadline. The supplementary            available. This transcript should include a list of your
form is available online at http://edu.yorku.ca/bed/        second-semester courses. You may be eligible for early
apply_concur.html.                                          conditional admission based on this information.
                                                            Please ensure that your official final secondary school
A non-refundable application fee, made payable to the       transcript is received by August 1.
Faculty of Education, York University, is required. The
Faculty of Education will notify students as to how the     Students with Learning Disabilities
application fee will be collected.                          If you have a diagnosed learning disability, you should
                                                            submit documentation by April 1 for consideration
Fine Arts: A supplemental evaluation (portfolio or          under the modified admissions process. For further
audition) is required for most departments. Visit           information      visit    www.futurestudents.yorku.ca/
www.yorku.ca/finearts/ for details. You must submit         requirements/disabilities/.
your application for admission to the OUAC by
February 1, 2012, to be considered for these programs.      Application and Supporting Documentation
This is not necessarily the deadline for evaluations.       Deadlines for Fall 2012
                                                            Below are application and document dates to assist
Social Work: A completed Supplementary Admission            you with your planning; however, you are strongly
Information form is required. The form becomes              encourage to apply earlier. Spaces may fill up quickly
available once a student has applied, and can be            for a particular program.
accessed through MyFile, York’s gateway for checking
the status of your application online. Students              Applicant       Fine Arts,      Schulich     All Other
must submit the application for admission to the             Type            Social Work,    School of    Programs
OUAC by February 1, 2012, to be considered for this                          Second          Business
program. Please note that a separate deadline of                             Entry and
March 1, 2012, must be met for submission of the                             Collaborative
online supplementary information form, if required.                          Nursing
Applicants must have experience in the social work
profession or have pursued accredited studies in social      Canadian        February 1      February 1   August 15;
services or a similar program.                               secondary                                    March 1
                                                             school                                       for early
                                                             students                                     consideration
Schulich School of Business: The Supplementary
Information    form      is  available     online  at        International   February 1      February 1   June 1
www.futurestudents.yorku.ca/forms/. Students must            students
send the application for admission to the OUAC by            (outside
February 1, to be considered for this program. Please        Canada)
note that a separate deadline of February 15, 2012,
must be met for subsequent submission of the
supplementary information form for first-year entry
and March 15, 2012, for second-year entry.




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Applicant    Fine Arts,       Schulich      All Other     Successfully completing level six at York University’s
Type         Social Work,     School of     Programs      English Language Institute (www.yueli.yorku.ca) will
             Second           Business                    also satisfy the English language requirement.
             Entry and
             Collaborative                                For detailed information about acceptable language
             Nursing                                      tests and scores, visit www.futurestudents.yorku.ca/
                                                          requirements/language_test/.
Transfer     February 1       February 1    July 15
students                                                  The Glendon Recruitment & Liaison Office administers
Mature       February 1       February 1    August 15     the French language proficiency test (416-487-6710,
students                                                  liaison@glendon.yorku.ca).
Visiting     July 1 (some program exceptions apply)
students                                                  You may meet our language requirements if you
                                                          have successfully completed, or are in the process of
Application and Supporting Documentation                  successfully completing one of the following:
Deadlines for Summer 2012
                                                           Keele Campus                Glendon Campus
Faculty/Program              Deadline For Applying                                     Bilingual
Liberal Arts &               April 1                                                   (English & French)
Professional Studies                                       Four full years of study    Same as Keele Campus –
(excluding Social Work);     February 1 for                in Canada, in English or    either English or French is
Health (excluding            international students        French, at the secondary    acceptable
Kinesiology & Health         outside Canada                school level
Science; Nursing); Science                                 Four full years of study    Same as Keele Campus –
& Engineering                                              at the secondary school     either English or French is
                                                           level in English, in a      acceptable
Application and Supporting Documentation                   country where English
Deadlines for Winter 2012                                  is a primary language
                                                           or where English is the
Faculty/Program              Deadline For Applying         primary language of
                                                           instruction
Liberal Arts &               December 7
Professional Studies;                                      One full year of study in   Same as Keele Campus –
Health (excluding            October 1 for                 an accredited university    either English or French is
Kinesiology & Health         international students        degree program in           acceptable
Science; Nursing); Science   outside Canada                English in a country
& Engineering (excluding                                   where English is a
Biology programs)                                          primary language
                                                           Two full years of study     Same as Keele Campus –
Visit our website for updates and program offerings:       in an accredited college    either English or French is
www./futurestudents.yorku.ca/requirements/                 diploma program in          acceptable
deadlines/.                                                English, in a country
                                                           where English is a
Note: As programs may close before the deadlines,          primary language or
admission to a particular entry point or program is        where English is the
not guaranteed. You are encouraged to submit all           primary language of
documentation well before posted deadlines to receive      instruction
early consideration.
                                                          Note: Time spent in ESL or FSL courses will not
Language Proficiency                                      be counted towards meeting these requirements.
For those who have not studied in the English             Language requirements will not be waived based on
language at all, or for an extended period of time, a     letters written by students or as a result of completing
language proficiency test is required for entrance to     senior level secondary school English or French course(s).
programs at the Keele campus. For Glendon, if you
have not studied in the English or French languages at    The above requirements are general guidelines
all, or for an extended period of time, you can submit    only. York University reserves the right to require a
either a French or English language proficiency test.     successfully completed language proficiency test. If you


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are in doubt about whether you meet our language              through internships, practica and more. For details, visit
requirements, submit an acceptable language test score        www.futurestudents.yorku.ca/access_bridging/.
as soon as possible to avoid delays in the processing of
your application for admission.                               Aboriginal Students
                                                              If you are an applicant from Aboriginal, First Nations
Transfer Credit                                               or Métis populations, York can provide the support
York is a leader in supporting college students with          you need to support your transition to university study.
additional and unique postsecondary studies, either           Our Aboriginal Recruitment Officer and the Centre for
during or after taking college studies. Thousands of          Aboriginal Student Services have extensive knowledge
college students transfer to York every year. If you are      and experience working with Aboriginal applicants and
applying to York while in college or after completing         families. For details, visit www.futurestudents.yorku.ca/
studies, you may be eligible for university transfer credit   requirements/aboriginal/.
depending on your years of successful completion of
college study in academically oriented programs.              Visit the Campuses
                                                              For details about Keele campus admission information
If you are transferring from another recognized               sessions, campus tours and on-campus events, visit
university to York, we welcome the opportunity to             www.futurestudents.yorku.ca. For information about
review your prior studies for possible transfer credit.       Glendon campus visits, see www.glendon.yorku.ca/
                                                              futurestudents/ or call 416-487-6710.
If you have successfully completed Advanced Placement
examinations, International Baccalaureate courses             Contact Information
at the Higher Level, Advanced-Level courses for the           York University
General Certificate of Education, the Baccalauréat            Admission Client Services
français or two-unit courses in the CAPE, you may be          Bennett Centre for Student Services
eligible for transfer credit. Have your school send us a      99 Ian MacDonald Blvd.
copy of your transcript as soon as possible.                  4700 Keele Street
                                                              Toronto ON M3J 1P3
If you have studied at a recognized university or college
you must inform the Office of Admissions of any such          Telephone:                416-736-5000
studies. We require an official transcript* mailed            Outside of Canada:        416-736-5825
directly from the institution to the Office of Admissions     Fax:                      416-736-5536
as soon as it is available. For any postsecondary studies     Web                       www.futurestudents.yorku.ca
completed outside of Canada or the United States, we
require detailed course descriptions prepared by your
former university/college.                                    York University – Campus Glendon

* Official transcripts must come to our office directly       Please see previous section for Glendon information
from the educational institution in an institutionally        in English. Consultez la section précédente pour les
sealed envelope. English translations by an official          programmes offerts en anglais.
translator of transcripts and certificates are required if
they are not in English or French.                            s      Préciser le domaine d’intérêt sur le formulaire.

Joint Programs with Community Colleges                        Campus Glendon
York also offers a number of joint programs with              YGB Arts s Études canadiennes; Études des
community colleges. Students apply for joint                      femmes; Études pluridisciplinaires; Études
programs after they have completed two or three                   sur l’environnement et la santé; Études sur
years of university study. University transfer students           la sexualité; Histoire; Linguistique et sciences
applying directly to a joint program must also submit             du langage; Mathématiques; Philosophie;
an application for the college program through the                Programmes individuels; Psychologie; Science
Ontario College Application Services (OCAS). The                  économique; Science politique; Sociologie
only exception is Rehabilitation Services. For detailed       YGD Études d’art dramatique
information, visit www.futurestudents.yorku.ca.               YGE Économie et commerce
                                                              YGF Études françaises
Access and Bridging Programs                                  YGG Baccalauréat ès arts (international) –
York University is a leader in providing bridging programs        programme bilingue s Économie et commerce;
to relevant Canadian degree programs, while providing             Espagnol (Études hispaniques); Études anglaises;
language support and Canadian work experience                     Études canadiennes; Études d’art dramatique;



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    Études des femmes; Études françaises; Études            Vue d’ensemble
    pluridisciplinaires; Études sur l’environnement         Glendon, qui fut le premier campus de l’Université
    et la santé; Études sur la sexualité; Histoire;         York, est situé dans un parc de 85 acres au centre
    Mathématiques; Philosophie; Programmes                  de Toronto. Grâce à ses programmes d’arts libéraux
    individuels; Psychologie; Science économique;           de grande qualité comprenant une importante
    Science politique; Sociologie; Traduction               composante internationale, Glendon prépare les chefs
YGI Études internationales                                  de file de demain tout en leur assurant une formation
YGM Domaine d’intérêt non déterminé (1ère année             linguistique en français, en anglais et souvent dans une
    seulement)                                              troisième langue. L’expérience Glendon se caractérise
YGN Études anglaises                                        par une communauté unie, un choix de programmes
YGP Espagñol (Études hispaniques)                           d’IBA, des petites classes de 24 étudiants en moyenne et
                                                            l’accès aux vastes ressources du campus Keele de York.
Programmes nécessitant plus que le niveau CPO
ou l’équivalent                                             Un site exceptionnel
YGH Baccalauréat ès arts (international) –                  Le campus Glendon abrite le Centre d’excellence pour
      programme trilingue s Économie et commerce;           les études postsecondaires en français et bilingues
      Espagñol (Études hispaniques); Études anglaises;      où les cours sont donnés en français et en anglais. Il
      Études canadiennes; Études d’art dramatique;          s’agit du seul campus universitaire bilingue du sud de
      Études des femmes; Études françaises; Études          l’Ontario et il regroupe 2 600 étudiantes et étudiants
      pluridisciplinaires; Études sur l’environnement       de premier cycle, dont 30 pourcent sont francophones.
      et la santé; Études sur la sexualité; Histoire;       Ce campus est autonome et offre une gamme complète
      Mathématiques; Philosophie; Programmes                d’installations de services de soutien aux étudiantes
      individuels; Psychologie; Science économique;         et étudiants (incluant des résidences, bibliothèque,
      Science politique; Sociologie; Traduction             complexe sportif, etc.).
YGL Traduction
YGR Traduction (deuxième baccalauréat)                      Bourses et services financiers
YGV Glendon – Sciences de l’éducation –                     L’Université York offre de solides programmes de bourses
      enseignement du français (admission en                d’études, d’aide financière et de travail-études. Pour
      deuxième année; programme simultané)                  plus de renseignements sur l’aide financière, consultez
YGS Glendon – Sciences de l’éducation s (admission          www.glendon.yorku.ca/finances/ ou communiquez avec
      en deuxième année; programme simultané)               les services financiers au : 416-487-6701.
      Veuillez voir la rubrique Glendon pour la liste des
      sujets.                                               Résidences
                                                            Les étudiantes et étudiants de première année ont une
Admissions – Comment faire votre demande                    place assurée en résidence et peuvent rester pendant
•	 Expédiez ce formulaire au Centre de demande              toute la durée de leurs études. Plus de 90 pourcent des
   d’admission aux universités de l’Ontario (Ontario        chambres sont individuelles et elles disposent toutes
   Universities’ Application Centre – OUAC).                de téléphones et de l’accès à internet haute vitesse.
•	 Tous les candidats (à l’exception de ceux qui sont       Les résidences sont à cinq minutes à pied des salles
   présentement inscrits dans leur dernière année           de classe, de la bibliothèque et du complexe sportif.
   d’une école secondaire canadienne ou d’un                Faites une demande d’admission pour les résidences
   programme de cégep de la province de Québec)             en respectant la date d’échéance sur www.yorku.ca/
   doivent payer directement au Centre de demande           myfile/.
   d’admission aux universités de l’Ontario (OUAC) un
   frais administratif non remboursable de 85 $.            Pour plus de renseignements sur l’hébergement à
•	 Toute documentation de soutien au dossier, tel           Glendon, consultez www.glendon.yorku.ca/residences/.
   que les relevés de notes officiels, la description
   de tous les cours suivis, la preuve de compétence        Habiter en ville
   linguistique (le cas échéant), doit être directement     Pour plus de renseignements sur les logements locatifs
   expédiée au Bureau des admissions de l’Université        proches de Glendon, consultez www.yorku.ca/scld/
   York. Pour une liste des documents requis,               offcampushousing/ (en anglais seulement).
   consultez www.futurestudents.yorku.ca (en anglais
   seulement) ou www.glendon.yorku.ca/demande/.             Dates limites pour la soumission d’une demande
   Nous aurons besoin de quelques semaines pour             d’admission et des documents d’appui pour
   prendre une décision quant à l’admission.                l’automne 2012 :




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Le 1er mars : Pour les cours débutant en septembre,          que les résultats officiels soient postés directement au
                étudiantes et étudiants des écoles           Bureau des admissions dès qu’ils sont disponibles. En
                secondaires en dehors de l’Ontario           ce qui concerne les études effectuées à l’extérieur du
                (pour être considéré pour l’admission        Canada ou des États-Unis, nous exigeons également
                conditionnelle anticipée).                   des descriptions détaillées des cours, préparées par
Le 1er juin : Pour les cours débutant en septembre,          votre ancienne université ou votre ancien collège.
                étudiantes et étudiants internationaux.
Le 15 juillet : Pour les cours débutant en septembre,        * Les relevés de notes officiels doivent nous parvenir
                étudiantes et étudiants demandant un         directement de l’établissement. Si les relevés ne sont
                transfert.                                   pas rédigés en français ou anglais, une traduction
Le 15 août : Pour les cours débutant en septembre,           officielle doit être fournie (pour les relevés de notes,
                étudiantes et étudiants adultes.             certificats et description des cours).

*     Pour des mises à jour sur les dates limites,           Services spéciaux
      consultez www.futurestudents.yorku.ca (en anglais      Les personnes ayant des besoins spéciaux à cause de
      seulement) ou www.glendon.yorku.ca/demande/ .          difficultés d’apprentissage devraient soumettre toute
                                                             documentation de soutien au dossier avant le 1er avril.
Information supplémentaire                                   Pour plus de renseignements, communiquez avec le
Sciences de l’éducation – programme simultané : vous         Service de recrutement et liaison au : 416-487-6710.
devez compléter le formulaire supplémentaire de la
Faculté d’éducation avant la date limite (23 mars 2012).     Compétences linguistiques pour Glendon
Le formulaire est disponible au : www.yorku.ca/foe/ ou       Nous souhaitons assurer que le niveau de compétence
en appelant le 416-736-5001. Toutes les candidates et        en anglais ou en français des candidats sera suffisant
tous les candidats doivent payer un frais administratif      pour des études universitaires. À cette fin, les candidats
non remboursable.                                            peuvent présenter une preuve de réussite à un test de
                                                             compétence linguistique.
Étudiantes et étudiants des écoles secondaires
en dehors de l’Ontario                                       Il se peut que l’Université n’exige pas de preuve de
Si vous êtes actuellement en voie de terminer vos            compétence linguistique pour les candidats au campus
études secondaires, demandez à votre école ou à              Glendon si :
votre conseiller pédagogique de faxer au Bureau des          •	 Vous avez complété avec succès quatre ans d’études
admissions un exemplaire de votre relevé de notes                 secondaires, à temps complet, en français ou en
de la 11e année et de notes finales, intérimaires ou              anglais au Canada.
prévues, du premier semestre de la 12e année au :            •	 Vous avez complété avec succès quatre ans d’études
416-736-5741. Veuillez vous assurer que votre relevé              secondaires, à temps complet, en français ou en
de notes inclut les cours que vous suivez dans le                 anglais dans un pays où le français ou l’anglais est
deuxième trimestre. Faites parvenir vos notes finales             la langue officielle d’enseignement.
dès qu’elles sont disponibles. Vous pourriez avoir droit     •	 Vous avez complété avec succès un an d’études
à l’admission conditionnelle anticipée sur la base de ces         académiques, à temps complet, en français ou en
renseignements. Veuillez vous assurer que votre relevé            anglais, dans une université accréditée où le français
de notes finales est reçu par le Bureau des admissions            ou l’anglais est la langue officielle d’enseignement.
avant le 1er août.                                           •	 Vous avez complété avec succès deux ans d’études
                                                                  académiques, à temps complet, en français ou en
Équivalences (Reconnaissance de crédits)                          anglais, dans un collège accrédité où le français ou
Si vous avez réussi les examens de cours universitaires           l’anglais est la langue officielle d’enseignement.
anticipés, des cours de baccalauréat international
à un niveau supérieur, des cours de niveau avancé            Remarque : Les cours de français langue seconde
menant à un Diplôme de fin d’études secondaires ou           ou d’anglais langue seconde ne sont pas considérés
au Baccalauréat français, vous pourriez obtenir des          comme suffisants pour satisfaire à nos exigences. Nous
équivalences. Votre école devrait faire parvenir un          ne comptons pas les lettres des candidats ou le(s) cours
exemplaire de votre relevé de notes au Bureau des            de français des années supérieures à l’école secondaire
admissions dès que possible.                                 comme preuves de compétences linguistiques.

Si vous avez suivi des cours universitaires ou collégiaux,   Ces informations ne sont uniquement que des lignes
vous devez en informer le Bureau des admissions              directrices générales. L’Université York se réserve
et fournir un exemplaire de votre relevé de notes            le droit de vous demander les résultats d’un test
officiel*. Vous devez prendre des arrangements pour          d’aptitude linguistique. Si vous n’êtes pas certain de



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devoir soumettre les résultats d’un test d’aptitude
linguistique, nous vous encourageons à les soumettre à
York, afin d’éviter tout délai dans le processus d’étude
de votre dossier à l’admission.

Si vous devez passer un test linguistique, vous avez
le choix de vous présenter à l’un des tests de langue
anglaise*, ou de passer le test de classement de langue
française administré par Glendon.

*   Le code institutionnel de York pour soumettre un
    test d’anglais langue seconde (TOEFL) est le 0894.

Pour plus de renseignements sur les tests linguistiques
et ce qui constitue des résultats acceptables, consultez
www.glendon.yorku.ca/demande/.

Visitez le campus
Pour obtenir les détails sur les visites guidées du
campus, les journées portes-ouvertes, les rendez-vous
de liaison et les activités qui ont lieu sur le campus,
consultez www.glendon.yorku.ca/futursetudiants/ ou
communiquez avec le Service de recrutement étudiant
au : 416-487-6710.

Renseignements additionnels
Service de recrutement étudiant
Bureau B108, Pavillon York
Campus Glendon
2275, avenue Bayview
Toronto (Ontario) M4N 3M6

Téléphone :              416-487-6710
Adresse électronique :   liaison@glendon.yorku.ca
Site Web :               www.glendon.yorku.ca/
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Questions and                                                  Questions et réponses
Answers
                                                               1. J’ai déjà fait des études postsecondaires mais
                                                                  j’aimerais mieux que cela ne paraisse pas à
1. I have previously attended a postsecondary                     mon dossier d’admission. Est-ce que je peux
   college or university but I would prefer that                  éviter de le mentionner?
   this information not be used.
                                                               Non. Les universités considèrent normalement que
You cannot omit this information; knowledge of your            toutes les expériences éducatives font partie du dossier
complete academic background is required to process            scolaire; ces renseignements sont essentiels à l’analyse
your current application.                                      de votre demande actuelle.

Failure to provide this information may invalidate             Il importe de s’assurer de comprendre et de respecter
your application. It is important that you understand          les conditions de la « Déclaration et avis de collecte,
and observe the terms of the “Declaration and Notice           d’utilisation, de divulgation et de traitement de
of Collection, Use, Disclosure and Treatment of                renseignements personnels fournis dans le cadre
Your Personal Information Provided as Part of Your             de votre demande d’admission à un ou plus d’un
Application to Ontario University(ies) Undergraduate           programme universitaire de premier cycle de l’Ontario »
Program(s)” statement that appears immediately above           figurant au formulaire, au-dessus de l’espace prévu
the space for your signature on the paper application,         pour votre signature sur le formulaire papier ou sur
or on the “Submit” screen of the online application.           l’écran « Soumettre » de la demande en ligne.

In some cases, applicants may have taken certain               Dans certains cas, on peut avoir suivi certains cours
non-degree, non-diploma or certificate courses that            qui ne font pas partie d’un programme collégial ou
were not part of a normal recognized college or                universitaire menant à un grade, à un diplôme ou
university program. Some institutions will not require         à un certificat. Certains établissements pourraient
that transcripts be submitted for these types of courses.      alors se passer de relevés pour ces cours. Dans le
To be absolutely sure, check with the admissions offices       doute, communiquez avec le service d’admission des
of the universities to which you are applying.                 universités de votre choix.

2. I have a disability. Who should I contact for               2. J’ai un handicap. Avec qui dois-je communiquer
   information about services?                                    pour des services particuliers?

All universities offer exceptional services for individuals    Toutes les universités ontariennes offrent des services
with disabilities. This may include special admission          particuliers aux personnes qui ont des besoins spéciaux.
practices. Should you require any special consideration        Ceci peut comprendre des modalités d’admission
due to a disability, write directly to the admissions office   particulières. Si vous êtes atteint(e) d’une incapacité
of each university to which you applied for admission          quelconque et que vous avez besoin d’aide, n’hésitez
or, where specified, to the office responsible for             pas à écrire directement au service de l’admission de
students with disabilities, to discuss the considerations      chaque université à laquelle vous avez fait demande
you may need.                                                  ou, s’il est précisé, au service responsable des étudiants
                                                               qui ont des besoins spéciaux pour faire part de vos
These steps should be taken early in the application           besoins particuliers.
process so that individual needs can be adequately
addressed. You may ask someone, such as a professional         Faites-le le plus tôt possible lors du processus
who is familiar with your disability, to provide               d’admission, afin que vos besoins particuliers puissent
supporting documentation.                                      être comblés. Vous pouvez demander à quelqu’un – un
                                                               professionnel ou une professionnelle qui connaît votre
A number of universities also have special residence           incapacité par exemple – de fournir la documentation
accommodation, including wheelchair access, for                nécessaire à l’appui de votre candidature.
students with physical disabilities. You are advised
to contact, in writing, the appropriate residence              Bon nombre d’universités ontariennes offrent
administrator when seeking special residence                   également des logements adaptés pour les personnes
accommodations.                                                qui ont un handicap physique et un campus accessible
                                                               aux fauteuils roulants. Communiquez par écrit avec


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3. What will the universities do when they                  le directeur ou la directrice du service de logement
   receive the electronic copy of my application            de chaque université de votre choix, afin de l’aviser
   from the OUAC?                                           d’une incapacité quelconque et de lui faire part de vos
                                                            besoins particuliers.
Upon receipt of the electronic copy of your application
from the OUAC, university admissions offices will           3. Que font les universités après avoir reçu la
acknowledge receipt of your application. If, after a           copie informatisée de ma demande?
reasonable amount of time, you have not received an
Acknowledgement letter/email, contact the university        En règle générale, dès réception de la copie
directly.                                                   informatisée de votre demande, le service d’admission
                                                            de la plupart des universités en accuse réception et
In addition to the complete information provided            vous communique la liste des autres documents ou
within the application, official transcripts from your      pièces nécessaires à l’étude de votre dossier.
secondary school and any postsecondary institutions
you have attended are normally required.                    De plus, les relevés officiels des établissements
                                                            secondaires et postsecondaires que vous avez
When acknowledging receipt of your application, the         fréquentés sont exigés, en règle générale.
universities will provide you with a list of the specific
supporting documentation or information that is             Au moment d’accuser réception de votre demande,
required in order to process your application.              les universités vous fourniront une liste des documents
                                                            d’appui ou des renseignements spécifiques exigés aux
Depending on your educational background and                fins de traitement de votre demande.
the program to which you are applying, additional
documentation may include:                                  Selon votre dossier scolaire et le programme auquel
a) A resumé and/or a personal assessment letter.            vous avez fait demande, certaines universités peuvent
b) Completion and submission of a supplementary             également exiger des documents additionnels. Si c’est
   application form, which will be provided by              le cas, l’université vous indiquera dans l’accusé de
   the university, in order to collect additional           réception de votre demande si elle exige un ou plus
   information.                                             d’un des documents suivants:
c) Attendance at an interview or audition, or the           a) curriculum vitae ou lettre personnelle d’évaluation.
   provision of a project portfolio.                        b) formulaire supplémentaire d’admission, remis
d) Presentation of proof of English-language                    par l’université, et servant à recueillir d’autres
   proficiency, at a level acceptable to the university,        renseignements.
   for applicants whose first language is not English       c) entrevue, audition ou portfolio (sélection de
   who select a program offered in English. (A similar          travaux).
   presentation of proof applies to French-language         d) si la langue d’enseignement du programme est le
   proficiency for students whose first language is not         français, preuve de compétence linguistique d’un
   French who select a program in that language.)               niveau acceptable, s’il ne s’agit pas de la langue
                                                                première du candidat ou de la candidate. (Il existe
4. Can I retrieve transcripts and other documents               une exigence semblable pour l’anglais lorsque le
   if I cancel my application or if I am not                    programme est donné en anglais.)
   admitted to the university?
                                                            4. Est-ce que les universités me rendront les
In most cases, no. The universities consider such              relevés et les autres documents si j’annule
documents to be a permanent part of the application            ma demande ou si ma candidature n’est pas
file. However, exceptions can sometimes be arranged            retenue?
where it is deemed appropriate by university officials.
Examples would include educational documents that           En règle générale, non. Les universités considèrent
are no longer available from an issuing authority (such     que ces documents font partie permanente du dossier
as documents from a foreign education jurisdiction)         d’admission et ne les retournent pas. Il peut cependant
and portfolio/audition materials. In all cases, such        y avoir des exceptions, par exemple lorsque l’autorité
arrangements must be made between you and the               émettrice n’existe plus (entre autres à l’étranger) ou s’il
university.                                                 s’agit des pièces du portfolio ou de l’audition. Il vous
                                                            faut donc nécessairement prendre des dispositions avec
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5. I may need financial assistance to attend                  5. J’aurai peut-être besoin d’une aide financière
   university. What about scholarships?                          pour poursuivre mes études universitaires.
                                                                 Parlez-moi des bourses d’études.
Financial assistance may be available from federal and
provincial government agencies depending on your              Selon votre citoyenneté et votre domicile, vous
citizenship status and place of residence. Contact the        pouvez avoir droit à une aide financière fédérale ou
financial aid or scholarship offices at the universities to   provinciale. Communiquez avec le bureau de l’aide
which you are applying.                                       financière ou des bourses à chacune des universités où
                                                              vous faites demande.
In addition, some universities provide admission
scholarships based on previous academic experience.           En outre, certaines universités offrent des bourses
Many universities also have privately funded                  d’admission en fonction du dossier scolaire. Il existe
scholarships and bursaries. Again, the financial aid/         aussi des fonds de bourses privés. Le bureau de l’aide
scholarship offices can help.                                 financière ou des bourses de l’université de votre choix
                                                              peut également vous renseigner à ce sujet.
Some universities offer scholarships based on academic
merit to international students. Please consult the           Certaines universités offrent des bourses à leurs
individual universities for details.                          candidats étrangers sur la base de leur dossier scolaire.
                                                              Pour plus de renseignements à ce sujet, communiquez
6. What can I do if I am refused admission to all             directement avec les universités.
   of my choices?
                                                              6. Qu’est-ce que je peux faire si ma candidature
If you are refused admission by one or all of the                à tous mes choix de programme est refusée?
universities to which you have applied or if you
discover that you are not qualified for a program you         Si une ou plusieurs universités rejettent votre
have chosen, you may amend any of your university/            candidature, ou si vous découvrez que vous n’êtes
program/entry point choices by submitting the                 pas admissible à un programme, vous avez le droit
Acknowledgement/Amendment Form to the OUAC                    de modifier votre choix d’université, de programme
or by logging in to your application online. If you are       ou de rentrée, au moyen de l’Accusé de réception/
amending your choices late in the application cycle, it       modifications, ou en ligne, en vous connectant à
may be useful for you to contact the admissions office        votre demande en ligne. Si vous effectuez une telle
of the new university you are considering, to determine       modification sur le tard, il vaudrait mieux communiquer
whether spaces continue to be available and/or there is       avec le service d’admission de la nouvelle université,
sufficient time left to make an amended application.          afin de vous assurer qu’il reste encore des places et
                                                              qu’il est encore temps de faire des modifications.
Some universities will automatically, or upon specific
request, consider applicants for an alternate offer           Certaines universités offrent, automatiquement ou sur
of admission in the event that they are not qualified         demande, un choix de rechange lorsque les candidats
for the program to which they originally applied. The         ne sont pas admissibles au programme de leur choix.
policies of the individual universities vary on this and      Les règlements variant d’un établissement à l’autre,
therefore you should make inquiries directly to the           nous vous prions de communiquer directement avec
admissions office.                                            chaque établissement de votre choix.

7. If I am not accepted at any of my choices or if            7. Si je ne reçois aucune offre d’admission ou
   I cancel my application, can any of my fees be                si j’annule ma demande, est-ce qu’on me
   refunded?                                                     remboursera les droits de demande?

Unfortunately, no. Application fees, additional choice        Non, malheureusement. Les droits de demande sont
fees, supplemental/document evaluation fees, and              affectés aux dépenses du Centre et des universités,
transcript fees are directed to expenses incurred             notamment à la production du formulaire et de la
by both the OUAC and the universities to produce              trousse de demande, ainsi qu’aux coûts du traitement
application materials, as well as to communication and        et de la correspondance.
processing costs.




142                       OUAC 105 Application for Admission to Undergraduate Programs
                                          at Ontario Universities – 2012
8. Other University Programs                               8. Autres programmes universitaires

•	 I	wish	to	attend	a	faculty	of	law.                      •	 Je	veux	faire	demande	à	une	faculté	de	droit.

   Information pertaining to the province’s six               Vous     pouvez    obtenir     les  renseignements
   law schools can be obtained from the Ontario               nécessaires en communiquant avec le Service
   Law School Application Service (OLSAS) online              ontarien de demande d’admission aux facultés de
   at www.ouac.on.ca/olsas/. Please note that the             droit ontariennes (OLSAS) ou en consultant le site
   deadline for law school applications is very early in      http://centre.ouac.on.ca/olsas/.   Veuillez  noter
   the application cycle, usually in early November of        que la date limite des demandes d’admission en
   the year prior to the program start date.                  droit tombe très tôt, normalement au début de
                                                              novembre de l’année précédant la rentrée visée.
•	 I	would	like	a	degree	in	teaching.
                                                           •	 Comment	 obtenir	         le	   baccalauréat	    en	
   Some universities offer what are referred to as            éducation?
   “concurrent programs” in education. In these
   degree programs you take teacher-training                  Certaines universités offrent des programmes
   courses along with your normal undergraduate               simultanés en éducation, dans le cadre desquels
   program. Universities that offer these programs            les étudiants effectuent des cours de pédagogie
   have noted them in the appropriate sections of this        en même temps que leurs études menant au
   publication, and for these programs you should             baccalauréat. Les universités qui offrent de tels
   complete this application. However, if you already         programmes les décrivent dans le présent livret;
   hold an undergraduate degree and now wish to               il vous faut remplir la présente demande pour
   enter a faculty of education to obtain Ontario             de tels programmes. Cependant, si vous détenez
   teacher credentials (“consecutive program”), visit         déjà un baccalauréat et que vous voulez faire
   the www.ouac.on.ca/teas/ website for the online            demande à une faculté d’éducation en vue de
   application. The deadline date for application to          l’obtention du baccalauréat en éducation et du
   teacher education programs is usually very early in        brevet d’enseignement de l’Ontario (dans le cadre
   the application cycle (around early December in the        d’un programme consécutif), veuillez consulter le
   year prior to the program start date) and admission        site http://centre.ouac.on.ca/teas/ et remplissez-y
   is extremely competitive for a limited number of           la demande d’admission en ligne. Veuillez noter
   places.                                                    que la date limite arrive très tôt dans le cycle
                                                              d’admission (au début décembre de l’année
•	 I	 would	 like	 to	 apply	 to	 medical	 or	 dental	        précédant la rentrée) et qu’il y a une compétition
   school.                                                    serrée pour un nombre limité de places.

   For medical school, visit www.ouac.on.ca/omsas/         •	 Je	 veux	 faire	 demande	 en	 médecine	 ou	 en	
   for the online application. Please note that the           médecine dentaire.
   deadline for medical school is very early in the
   application cycle, usually at the beginning of             Pour les programmes de médecine, veuillez
   October of the year prior to the program start             consulter le site http://centre.ouac.on.ca/omsas/ et
   date.                                                      remplissez-y la demande d’admission en ligne. La
                                                              date limite pour faire demande a lieu très tôt dans
   For dental school, contact each institution directly       le cycle d’admission, en règle générale au début
   to obtain the appropriate application material.            d’octobre de l’année avant la rentrée.

•	 I	would	like	to	apply	to	rehabilitation	sciences	          Pour les programmes de médecine dentaire,
   programs.                                                  communiquez avec chacun des établissements, afin
                                                              d’en obtenir la trousse de demande d’admission.
   For rehabilitation sciences (occupational therapy,
   physical therapy/physiotherapy, audiology and           •	 Je	 veux	 faire	 demande	 à	 un	 des	 programmes	
   speech-language pathology), visit:                         de sciences de la réadaptation.
   www.ouac.on.ca/orpas/.
                                                              Si vous vous intéressez aux programmes
                                                              d’ergothérapie, de physiothérapie, d’audiologie
                                                              ou d’orthophonie, veuillez consulter le site Web
                                                              http://centre.ouac.on.ca/orpas/.


                        OUAC 105 Trousse d’admission aux programmes de premier cycle                          143
                                     aux universités de l’Ontario – 2012
   Exception: Applicants who are interested in                Exception : Les candidats désireux de faire demande
   applying to the University of Ottawa program,              aux programmes offerts à l’Université d’Ottawa,
   which is taught in French, must contact the                dont la langue d’instruction est le français, doivent
   institution directly.                                      communiquer directement avec l’université.

   Please note that the deadline for rehabilitation           Veuillez noter que la date limite pour faire
   sciences is mid-January of the year of entry into the      demande aux programmes de sciences de la
   program.                                                   réadaptation est à la mi-janvier de l’année de la
                                                              rentrée.
•	 I	am	interested	in	graduate	studies.
                                                           •	 Je	veux	faire	des	études	supérieures	(maîtrise	
   Each university has its own application for master’s       ou doctorat).
   and doctoral studies. Contact the faculty or school
   of graduate studies at each university in which you        Chaque université dispose d’une demande
   are interested for the appropriate application and         particulière pour la maîtrise et le doctorat, ainsi que
   related information.                                       des règlements qui lui sont propres. Communiquez
                                                              avec la faculté ou l’école des études supérieures de
                                                              chacune d’entre elles pour obtenir la demande et
                                                              les renseignements nécessaires à cette fin.




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