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Admission procedure

 
     
 

There are differences between the education systems in the different provinces of Canada. Depending upon the province, secondary schooling in Canada could go up to Grade 11, 12 or 13. Therefore, while most provinces require a minimum of 12 years of formal education, Quebec and Ontario require 13 years of formal education. So if you are a student from India, wanting to study in any of the universities located in Ontario or Quebec, you would be required to complete 12 years of schooling and one year of college education in India, or 12 years of schooling in India and one year of high school in Canada. However, you can be considered for degree programs with 12 years of education, if you have strong academic credentials.

For admission to Bachelor’s degree programs in Canada, you do not have any centralized admission tests. Each university or institution has its own admission criteria. However, the general admission criteria for various programs are given below:

 Programs of Study

 Eligibility Criteria

 Business

  70% in 12th grade
    TOEFL : PBT: 580-600
                 CBT: 237-250 
 12th grade level Maths

 Computer Science

    70% in 12th grade
    TOEFL : PBT: 580-600
                 CBT: 237-250 
    12th grade level Maths

 Engineering

  70% in 12th grade
  12th grade level Math (algebra, calculus, geometry), Physics, Chemistry, & English
   TOEFL : PBT: 580-600 
                 CBT: 237-250

 Fine Arts

   Min. 70% in 12th grade
   TOEFL : PBT: 580-600 
                 CBT: 237-250
Portfolio/audition or documentary evidence of creative skills

 Media/ Communications

   70% in 12th grade
   TOEFL : PBT: 600
                 CBT: 250

Apart from above, Many Courses and Universities in Canada require you to take one of the standardized tests like GRE, GMAT along with English Proficiency tests like TOEFL, TWE and IELTS. Grad schools in Canada require international students to demonstrate proficiency in the language of instruction (either English or French). The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is commonly accepted, but Canadian institutions often have their own tests for students or may accept other English tests, such as the International English Language Testing System (IELTS), Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC), or the Canadian Academic English Language (CAEL) Assessment. Hence, confirm language requirement details with the university.

 

 

 
 
 
 
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