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Admission Requirements

Academic Requirements

Equivalent Credentials

Mature Applicants

Home-Schooled Applicants

Submitting Transcripts

English Proficiency: Canadian Applicants

Critical Admission Dates

Seneca admits new students to programs three times per year. September (fall intake), January (winter intake) and May (summer intake). Not every program is offered for each of these intakes. Start dates are listed on program websites. Some popular or highly-competitive programs fill very early. To be sure that you are considered for your program, take note of the dates below.

For programs beginning in.

October 1
Previous calendar year

Programs open for applications at OCAS.

February 1
Equal Consideration Date

Equal Consideration Date – Applicants who apply by this date will receive equal consideration for admission. After this date if there is still room in a program, we consider applicants on a first-come, first-served basis.

February 1
First Offer Date

This is the first date that we will send Offers of Admission for programs beginning in fall.

May 1
Confirmation Deadline

This is the earliest date that we will ask you to confirm one program choice. Most early Offers of Admission will expire this date. You may confirm before this date and you may change your mind and confirm another program as long as your offer has not expired.

June 15
Fees Deposit Deadline

To guarantee a seat in your program you must pay a $500 non-refundable deposit by this date.

October 1

Two previous calendar years

Programs open for applications at OCAS.

April 1

First Offer Date

This is the first date that applicants will receive an Offer of Admission for programs starting in the winter.

Confirmation Deadline

The confirmation deadline for your Offer of Admission will depend on your offer date.

November 7
Fees Deposit Deadline

To guarantee a seat in your program, you must pay a $500 non-refundable deposit by this date.

October 1
Two previous calendar years

Programs open for applications at OCAS.

January 15
First Offer Date

This is the first date that applicants will receive an Offer of Admission for programs starting in the summer.

Confirmation Deadline

The confirmation deadline for your Offer of Admission will depend on your offer date.

March 5
Fees Deposit Deadline

To guarantee a seat in your program, you must pay a $500 non-refundable deposit by this date.

Program Admission Sessions

There are a number of Seneca programs that have additional admission requirements. These requirements must be completed before an offer of admission can be granted. Depending on the program, you may need to submit a portfolio, complete a drawing or writing test.

Upon receiving your invitation to attend a program admission session or to complete an online admission assignment, you are encouraged to take the necessary steps as early as possible.

Program Availability

Cancelled/Closed/Suspended: Applications are not being accepted.

Waitlist: Applications will be considered if seats become available.

Open: Applications will be considered depending on the number of applications received. Applicants will be processed in the order of the date, provided the program is still open.

Seneca reserves the right to refer, limit or cancel any program as a result of changes occurring subsequent to the publication of this program status document.

Canadian University Transfer

Admission Requirements

Individuals applying as transfer students must have achieved a minimum overall average of 70% in all previous university studies at an accredited degree-granting institution and have experienced no extensive academic difficulty to be considered for admission.

If you are attending university and are in first-year, a conditional admissions decision may be made based on strong first year, first semester results and a strong final secondary school average. If you are in second year or higher, you will be considered for conditional admission on the basis of a mid-year transcript.

Post-secondary transcripts from any and all post-secondary institutions attended are required. Academic transcripts must be submitted directly to Western from the institution(s) attended.

Specific instructions on how to submit all documentation will be listed on your Student Center To Do List after you apply. Documents submitted in a format different than requested will not be accepted.


  • Due to limited enrollment some programs may require a higher admissions average.
  • Meeting the minimum admission requirements does not guarantee admission.
  • Applicants without a secondary school diploma and who are not 21 years of age or older must have credit in at least five full university-level courses in order to be considered for admission.

Transfer Credit

Western will evaluate transfer credit once you accept your offer of admission. Please review Transfer Credit Eligibility for additional details on transferring credits from a Canadian university.

Residency Requirement

Transfer students must complete a minimum of 10.0 Western courses including at least 5.0 courses at the senior level to be eligible for a Western degree. Also, the majority of courses in each module must be completed at Western or its Affiliated University Colleges. New students should make an appointment with an Academic Counsellor for program planning.

Letters of Permission /Visiting Students

Permission to take courses at Western on Letter of Permission must first be granted by your home institution. For additional information on how to apply to be a Visiting Student at Western go to the Registrar’s website.

Applicants Already Possessing an Undergraduate Degree

Applicants who have already graduated with an undergraduate degree are referred to as Special Students. You will be considered for admission as a Special Student if you have a degree from an accredited university that is equivalent to at least a 3 year Bachelor’s Degree at Western and if you have achieved a minimum overall average of 60% in the context of Western’s grading system.

Admission to an undergraduate program does not imply acceptance into a graduate program. Applicants who intend to enter a graduate program should consult with the School of Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Studies.

Special Students who applied for graduate studies at Western, who were not admitted and were recommended to take some undergraduate courses in order to improve their application for graduate studies, are not guaranteed admission to an undergraduate program or course(s) at Western. These students must follow the same application procedures and meet the same admission requirements as other undergraduate applicants.

Students are not eligible to graduate with a degree from Western for a subject in which they have already earned a degree. For example, an individual who applies to Western who already holds a degree in biology from any university will not be eligible to graduate with a second degree in biology from Western. However, he or she may be eligible to enrol in biology courses at Western for the purposes of upgrading or supplementing previous education.

Admission Requirements

Individual programs may have additional requirements. Please check the program descriptions for specific admission requirements.

Citizenship & Residency Priority

NSCC prioritizes offers of admission on the basis of citizenship and residency. Offers are made in the following order:

  1. Canadian citizens and permanent residents living in Nova Scotia (i.e. with a permanent mailing address in Nova Scotia).
  2. Canadian citizens and permanent residents living outside Nova Scotia.
  3. Individuals who are not citizens or permanent residents of Canada.

After January 1, offers are made in order of application completion date.

Language Requirements

All NSCC programs are delivered in English. Applicants may be required to demonstrate proficiency in English, regardless of country of origin or citizenship status.

Applicants may be exempt from English language testing if they have successfully completed one of the following:

  • Grade 12 high school in Nova Scotia
  • NSCC’s English for Academic Purposes (EAP) program
  • An approved EAL program at one of our partner EAL schools
  • 1 year of full-time study at an accredited English Canadian college or university
  • 3 years of full-time study in English outside of Canada at an accredited college or university in a country where English is the primary language of instruction, as listed on our Documentation and Language Requirements page.

Applicants whose first language is not English must submit official results of one of the following English competency tests. The test date must be less than two years prior to the date your NSCC application is submitted. Results must be sent directly to NSCC Admissions from the testing company to be considered as official:

  • International English Language Testing Systems (IELTS Academic Test) – minimum score of 6.0 on each test (Listening, Reading, Writing, Speaking).
  • Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) – minimum test scores of 80 on the Internet-Based Test (TOEFL® iBT), 60 on the Paper-Delivered Test, or 550 on the Paper-Based Test. To request that scores be sent directly to NSCC, quote institution reference code 8686 on your TOEFL application.
  • Canadian Test of English for Scholars and Trainees (CanTest) – average score of 4.5.
  • Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) – minimum Level 8 on each test.
  • Canadian Academic English Language Assessment (CAEL) – minimum Band 60.
  • University of Michigan English Language Institute (MELAB) – minimum score 77.
  • Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE) — minimum test score of 55.

Acceptable Documentation

Official transcripts must be sealed or sent directly from the issuing school by mail.

All documentation except for official French transcripts from Nova Scotia public high schools must be submitted in English.

Current Nova Scotia High School students, please provide your NS Student ID Number, which can be found on your high school transcript or in power school.

Interim Transcripts – If you are currently enrolled in admission requirement courses, you must submit an interim transcript as proof of enrolment. Your official final grades must be submitted by the deadline specified in your admission letter.

Official Transcripts – You must submit your official transcript(s) as proof of admission requirement courses. We request verification of your complete academic history including any college or university you attended.

Documentation in a language other than English must be translated by a certified translator (indicated with a stamp or seal and signature on the document) prior to submission. The official English translation and the original version are required.

To see equivalent international qualifications for NSCC programs requiring a high school diploma, as well as language requirements, please check Documentation and Language Requirements. Applicants using international credentials to meet admission requirements may be asked to submit documentation to an NSCC-approved credential verification service provider to be evaluated for equivalency.

All submitted documents are recorded and shredded to protect privacy and will not be returned. If you have any questions, please contact us.

Programs Requiring Criminal Record and Vulnerable Sector checks, and/or Child Abuse Register Searches

Admission Requirement: Criminal Record and Vulnerable Persons checks are required for Continuing Care. Admissions will notify applicants when to submit completed checks. A conviction or finding will prohibit admission to this program.

Program Requirement: A number of programs in the Schools of Health & Human Services and Trades & Technology require a Criminal Record check, Vulnerable Sector check and/or Child Abuse Register search to complete work placements (such as field work, internships, co-ops). A conviction or finding on any of these checks may impact your ability to obtain a work placement and complete program requirements necessary to graduate.

Check the Program Requirements for your program of interest to determine if these checks are required.

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Canadian college/university transfer

Admission from a Canadian college or university


You must have attempted a minimum of 24 units of transferable post-secondary course work, and may transfer up to a maximum of 60 units toward your degree program. If you have completed 9 — 23 units and are in good academic standing (you have a minimum GPA of a 2.0) you will be required to meet the high school admission requirements.

If you are not in good standing or have a GPA of less than 2.00 ( 60%), you will not be admitted.

Admission is competitive. In the past, the average for admission has ranged from a 2.50 GPA to a 3.50 GPA depending on the program — for details see admission averages. Note: an admission average is calculated on all transferable courses attempted.

In addition to the general and program-specific admission requirements (listed below), you must meet our English language admission requirement and Quantitative skills requirement. If you do not meet these requirements on your college or university work, we may request your high school transcript.

We will assess possible transfer credit only after we have received your admission application. We may request that you provide detailed course outlines, which should include:

  • a statement of course objective(s)
  • the duration/number of weeks (excluding final exam period)
  • hours per week of lecture (laboratory / tutorial / seminar / studio work) and the hours per week of required open laboratory work or open studio work
  • the method of evaluation and grading
  • the textbook(s) used
  • the amount of credit/units earned

Information for applicants from BC colleges

A BC/Yukon transfer guide listing all first and second year transferable courses along with the SFU equivalent is available at www.bctransferguide.ca. Courses not listed in the transfer guide are not transferable.

BC Associate of Arts or Science degree holders will receive preference in admission, with a GPA 0.25 points less than the GPA required for regular transfer, but not less than 2.00 overall. If individually assigned transfer credit totals less than 60, the remainder will be general elective credit.

If you are not in good standing or have been required to withdraw from another post-secondary institution you will be considered for admission only if you have attempted a minimum of 24 units of transferable course work since being required to withdraw. A GPA on the further course work of at least .50 points above the regular admission GPA will be required.

Information for applicants from other universities

For university transfer, we support the Pan-Canadian Protocol on transferability of first and second year courses from any recognized Canadian university.

If you are not in good standing or have been required to withdraw from another post-secondary institution you will be considered for admission only if you have attempted a minimum of 24 units of transferable course work since being required to withdraw. A GPA on the further course work of at least .50 points above the regular admission GPA will be required.

Information for applicants from colleges or institutes of applied arts and technology

If you have successfully completed a two or three year academic diploma program at a Canadian Institute of Technology or at a College of Applied Arts and Technology you may be considered for admission with a competitive overall program average. Admission is determined on an individual basis and transfer credit granted is limited.

Information for applicants not in good academic standing or required to withdraw

If you are not in good standing or have been required to withdraw from another post-secondary institution you will be considered for admission only if you have attempted a minimum of 24 units of transferable course work since being required to withdraw. A GPA on the further course work of at least .50 points above the regular admission GPA will be required.


University Canada West welcomes students from Canada and across the world to our campus in downtown Vancouver or our online courses. We are a growing university that fosters an intimate learning environment, putting students at the heart of our organization.

Undergraduate Programs

Join University Canada West’s Bachelor of Commerce or Bachelor of Arts in Business Communication to develop the career you desire. Learn about the entry requirements for the two programs.


Our MBA course is a vigorous program which will prepare you for executive leadership in the international arena. There are various ways to qualify for admittance into this program.

Preparatory Programs

If you have not met the academic, professional or English language requirements for the Bachelor or MBA program entry, you can join the preparatory courses and qualify for your degree at University Canada West.

Transfer Credits

University Canada West allows students to transfer academic credit from other recognized institutions to our programs. The University also participates in the British Columbia post-secondary system (BCCAT) that facilitates student transfer between educational institutions.

Tuition and Fees

The best investment decision you can make for your future is in your education. Review the full cost of tuition and other fees for our programs.

Financial Aid

There are many ways to pay for your degree at University Canada West. There are government student loans available to residents of Canada who demonstrate financial need.

Awards and Scholarships

University Canada West has a full range of awards and scholarships available for students. See how these financial assistance can help you alleviate the cost of tuition.

How to Apply

Applications to University Canada West are accepted throughout the year. Before applying, please take the time to review the admission process.

Work Permits

International students at University Canada West may be eligible to obtain an Off-Campus Work Permit and a Post-Graduation Work Permit.

New Brunswick Community College, Canada: Ranking, Tuition, Cost of Living and Admission Requirement

The New Brunswick Community College (NBCC) established in 1974, has over 14,000 students. This institution is a public community college and is one of the best citadels of learning in Canada. The college has several campuses located throughout New Brunswick in Canada (Fredericton, Miramichi, St Johns, St Andrews, Woodstock and Moncton) and has its head office based in Fredericton. New Brunswick offers over 90 programs in full time, specialized full time and post graduate categories. NBCC also provides part-time courses to corporate clients who will be apprentices for the period of training.

The college is concerned with providing a warm and friendly environment for conducive learning and producing graduates who can find their place in the labor market and community. The college has pioneered a lot of projects and research initiatives for aiding both local and international students. New Brunswick community college offers a diploma or a certificate depending on the course of interest.


New Brunswick community college is ranked 182 in Canada and 10227 in the world according to Cybermetrics.

In 2020 they were ranked 10271 according to Unipage World University ranking.

Concerning employment, New Brunswick has also been rated to be one of the best employers in Canada by Mediacorp Inc. They have over the years produced graduates who are prepared for the labour market and are readily employable. And according to a survey by the college in 2020, 91% of its 2015 graduates were employed in the same year. And in past years, the percentage of foreign students applying for the college has increased by 60% from over 30 countries.



C$300 C$600
TOTAL C$4,417 C$10,517


New Brunswick Community College offers programs for both local and international post-secondary students and the requirement for applying is:

For general applicants;

• The college operates by order, the list of candidates is arranged according to when the completed application was submitted.

• The application submitted must have been fully completed before submission.

• The applicant must have a higher school diploma or must be in the process of obtaining one.

• The applicant must have passed, not less than, one English proficiency test to apply for any program at Brunswick.

• Applicant must be or will turn 18 during the first year of registration

• The applicant must make sure that all the requirements for the program applied for is met.

• The applicant may also be required to produce additional information (such as medical and immunization reports, proof of age, criminal record report)


Applicants who are foreign students (whose country’s first language is not English) must provide a proof of competence in speaking English such that the applicant will be able to participate in all the activities the institution has to offer. For foreign students who come from countries where English is not their first language, they will be required to provide proof of completing an English proficiency test such as;

Test of English as a foreign language(TOEFL) 80
International English language testing system (IELTS) 6.0
Michigan English language assessment battery(MELAB) 60
Cambridge English 169
The Canadian test of English for scholars and trainees (CanTEST) 4.5
PTE Pearson test of English 65
International language academy of Canada (ILAC) 3.2(level 15)

For foreign applicants;

The New Brunswick Community College gives preference to its indigenes and has a limited amount of seats for international applicants for each academic sessions. And also the application to be submitted should include;

• An official transcript from the high school

• Letter of reference

Note, applicants who do not get a seat in the academic year they applied will be moved to a waitlist and considered at the top of that list for the next available seats. And if one applicant has applied for two programs he can forfeit the one given to him for the more preferred one as long as confirmation fees have not been paid.


The New Brunswick Community College starts accepting application weeks before the start of classes for the new session and application closes precisely three weeks before the onset of class. The entry periods for the college are January and September and the college runs a trimester program.



Area Type Of Apartment Range Of Cost(Monthly) With Utilities Included
Fredericton I bed room C$650
2 bedroom C$800-$1,000
3 bedroom C$1,775
Basement C$300-$900
Moncton 1 bedroom C$595-$725
2bedroom C$750
Condo styled C$925
Miramichi One room C$400-650
Room(patio and office area) C$770
Saint john One bedroom unit C$450
Two bedroom C$759-$1400
Woodstock one bedroom C$100-$600
Two bedroom C$1495
Condo C$1325-$1675
St Andrews one bedroom C$500-$800
two bedroom C$650-$900
Cottage style C$650


For bus C$1.55
for monthly student pass C$55.00
For taxi and cab C$130/hour
New MAZDA3 hatchback C$3,000
2020 vokswagen golf TSI C$18,988
Gas 111.6 cents/litre


A pair of jeans(levis or similar designer) C$59.59
Summer dress(zara) C$42.53
1 pair of nike shoes C$99.45
A pair of leather business shoes C$121.79
Polos And Tank Top C$19.19-C$35.00
Sweatshirts and hoodies C$59-C$145


Meal at a restaurant C$15.00 per meal
Mid-range restaurant C$64.00 per meal
McDonalds C$6.00
Beer C$6.00-C$6.50
Coke/Pepsi C$1.99
Water C$1.70
Milk(1 liter) C$2.09
Bread(1 loaf, 500g) C$2.76

The New Brunswick College is not only an institution that is versatile and committed to developing competent graduates. It also offers a range of activities to help make the learning environment warm, friendly and conducive. Its also provide amenities that assist the student, no matter the condition (pregnant, nursing mother, disabled etc.), to effectively participate and learn. The college provides a suitable program for exchange students for British Columbia students and also help students in developing good leadership and civil skills. They also help graduates by employing them, and in a survey conducted in 2020, it was found that 93% of graduates were working in New Brunswick. The university is considered tourist-friendly and accommodating.

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Admission for Undergraduate Studies

1. General University Admission Requirements

The UAE High School Certificate or its equivalent is required with an average score of 60% or more (an average of 70% or more is required for entry into some of the academic programs; see the Program Specific Requirements section for more information).

A High School Certificate obtained abroad must be processed in accordance with decrees No. 200/2004 and 312 /2004 of His Excellency the Minister of Higher Education & Scientific Research UAE, as follows:

Broadly, a holder of the National High School Certificate of a foreign country is eligible for admission if:

  • The certificate is valid for admission to a public university of the Country in which it was issued
  • The certificate was obtained on completion of at least 12 years of schooling
  • The certificate includes at least six (6) subjects covering the four core fields of: Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, and the Social Sciences & Humanities or Arts
  • A holder of High School Certificates from any country that has two levels of High School Certificate must submit the higher level of certificate

2. English Proficiency Requirements

All students are required to provide a certificate of English proficiency, such as TOEFL (minimum score of PBT500/ 61 iBT), IELTS (minimum band 5.0), PTE-A (minimum score of 36) or an equivalent standardized English language test that is internationally recognized. This condition of the admission policy applies to all students of all programs except for those students applying for the Bachelor of Arts in Communication program in Arabic; students applying for this Arabic language program need a minimum TOEFL score of 450 or its equivalent (but may be granted conditional admission with a TOEFL score of 400; refer to the Conditional Admission section 10.7 for more information). Students should note that in order to transfer to a university in Canada a higher TOEFL score (normally a minimum of 550) or its standardized equivalent may be required, depending on the institution concerned.

A transfer student admitted to an undergraduate course in an English- medium institution that is recognized by the Ministry of Education – Higher Education Affairs (MOE), who can also provide evidence of having achieved a TOEFL score of 500 (or its standardized equivalent approved by the MOE) upon admission to the sending institution’s undergraduate program.

A verified true copy of the test result held by the sending institution may be sent directly to the University

An Emirates Standardized Test (EmSAT English Achievement) score of 1100 is equivalent to the minimum English Language Requirement to enter a Bachelor’s program in the UAE.

3. Placement Tests

3.1. English

Only admitted students who have achieved the minimum English proficiency requirement will be allowed to register for courses as per their study plan without any further intensive pre-university English courses.

Admitted students with a TOEFL/IELTS/PTE-A score less than the specified minimum requirement will need to register for the University’s English for Academic Purposes (EAP) Program to help them attain the required higher TOEFL/IELTS/PTE-A score. (EAP courses are not transferable). Students will be placed in the appropriate level of the EAP program based on their IELTS, TOEFL or PTE-A score.

Registered students in EAP are allowed to enrol in general education courses, in conjunction with the corresponding level of EAP.

3.2. Math

All students admitted to any one of the accredited programs, with the exception of the Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Bachelor of English Language and Translation programs, are required to fulfill the Mathematics requirement. The math requirement may be met by passing the Math Placement Test OR providing a Grade 12 minimum Math score of 70% Science stream OR SAT test minimum math score of 400*.

*Bachelor of Science in Telecommunication Engineering and Bachelor of Science in Network Engineering require a higher math requirement, refer to 10.4.1.

Any student who has not met the mathemetics requirement or achieved the required pass mark in the Mathematics Placement Test may be granted conditional admission — but such students will not be permitted to register in any Math or Statistics courses, or any course that has a math prerequisite, until the successful completion of the necessary remedial-math course.

4. Program Specific Requirements

Students holding literary certificates can be admitted to the following programs:

  • Any major offered by the School of Business Administration
  • Any major offered by the School of Public Health & Health Sciences
  • Bachelor of Science in Interior Design
  • Bachelor of Architecture
  • Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Arabic)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Communication (English)
  • Bachelor of Arts in English Language & Translation

Students holding science certificates can be admitted to any program. There are specific additional requirements for the following:

4.1. Bachelor of Science in Telecommunication Engineering and Bachelor of Science in Network Engineering

UAE High School Certificate – Science Stream (or equivalent) with a minimum average of 70%.

Math Placement Test OR Grade 12 minimum Math score of 85% Science stream OR SAT test minimum math score of 450

4.2. Bachelor of Architecture

UAE High School Certificate – Science Stream (or equivalent) with a minimum average of 70%.

4.3. Bachelor of Science in Interior Design

UAE High School Certificate – Science Stream (or equivalent) with a minimum average of 70%.

UAE High School Certificate – Literary Stream (or equivalent) with a minimum average of 70% and a minimum score of 70% in Mathematics.

4.4. Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Arabic & English)


In addition to the minimum high-school entry average score of 70%, students willing to enrol in communication programs need to satisfy the following specific entry requirements:

  • Passing successfully multiple mini interviews (MMI)
  • A minimum entry TOEFL score of 450 (or its equivalent )

In addition to the minimum high-school entry average score of 70%, students willing to enrol in communication programs need to satisfy the following specific entry requirements:

  • Passing successfully multiple mini interviews (MMI)
  • A minimum entry TOEFL score of 500 (or its equivalent)
Conditional Admission

Applicants failing to fully achieve the program entry requirements as stated above may be offered a conditional admission (acceptance) if the following conditions are met:

  • A minimum high-school entry average score of 60% for both Arabic and English streams
  • Passing successfully multiple mini interviews (MMI)
  • This conditional admission will be waived if the student achieves a CGPA of 2.0 or more before the end of the first enrolment year. Otherwise, the student will be dismissed from the program.

5. Admission Requirements and Procedures

Prospective students can apply to any of our programs online at http://www.cud.ac.ae/ApplyOnline. Students are more than welcome to visit our campus for a personal tour, and one of our officers would be pleased to address any questions with their online application. Alternatively, inquiries can be sent to apply@cud.ac.ae.

Once a student has submitted their completed application, they are assigned an Applicant ID by the Admissions Department. (This Applicant ID # should not be confused with the Student ID #, which is given only after a student has accepted an offer of admission).

5.1. Steps and Required Documents

  • Complete an application online at www.cud.ac.ae/ApplyOnline

  • Original and fully attested high school transcript grade 12 results (meeting minimum admission requirements for selected program)
  • Original high school transcript grade 10 and 11 results
  • Original and fully attested high school diploma/leaving certificate
  • Original high school equivalency certificate if required
  • Copy of Emirates ID
  • Original IELTS or TOEFL score
  • Proof of successful completion or a letter of exemption of military service from the National & Reserve Service Authority (UAE nationals only)
  • Applications from holders of High School Certificates are processed after payment of the non-refundable fee of 500 AED.

5.2. Attestation of Documents and Certificates

Students who have graduated from High Schools within the UAE

UAE High School certificates are attested by the Ministry of Education in the UAE. Students may also be asked to obtain equalization from the UAE Ministry of Education.

Students who have graduated from High Schools outside the UAE
  1. High School certificates must be attested by the Ministry of Education in the country where the issuing High School is based.
  2. Following that, the student also needs to have the certificates and transcripts attested by the UAE embassy or consulate in that same country.
  3. If the student is not able to have the attestation completed by the UAE embassy or consulate in that same country, they may also be able to obtain the same attestation or equalization from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or the Consulate of the particular country they studied in.
  4. Students may be required to obtain equalization from the UAE Ministry of Education*.

*Students who completed their studies in an Arabic curriculum within another GCC country do not need to obtain an equivalency certificate

5.3. Students who have studied in Colleges/Universities outside the UAE

  1. All Certificates and transcripts must be attested by the Ministry of Education in the country where the issuing institution is based.
  2. Following that, the student also needs to have the certificates and transcripts attested by the UAE embassy or consulate in that same country.
  3. If the student is not able to have the attestation completed by the UAE embassy or consulate in that same country, they may also be able to obtain the same attestation or equalization from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or the Consulate of the particular country they studied in.
  4. The student will also be required to obtain an equivalency document of all attested certificates from the Equivalency Department at the Ministry of Higher Education.

6. Foreign Equivalents

The following is a selected list of international equivalent admission requirements; if a prospective student does not see their educational system listed here, they should contact the Admissions Department for more detailed information.

American System: High school diploma (grade 10, 11 & 12) with a minimum of 60% or with a minimum CGPA of 2.00 and SAT with a minimum math score of 400.

British System (IGCSE and GCSE):Completion of at least seven (7) subjects including a minimum of five O level subjects and sufficient required AS/A level subjects. A minimum grade of C must be achieved for O level IGCSE or GCSE certificates; however, a minimum grade of D is acceptable for subjects taken at AS level or A level GCSE. All British Curriculum applicants must provide evidence that they have attended school for at least 12 years by providing a school leaving certificate and a high school equivalency certificate.

Canadian System: High school diploma (grade 10, 11 & 12) with a minimum of 60% or with a minimum CGPA of 2.00 University Track Credits.

French Baccalaureate: Diplome and transcripts with minimum grade 10 out of 20.

Iranian System: Pre-university certificate and transcript of records with a minimum grade of 12 out of 20.

Indian Board Certificates: Grade 12 certificate with a minimum percentage of 50% and Grade 10 certificate results.

International Baccalaureate (IB) Program: IB Diploma with completion of six (6) subjects, at least three (3) at the higher level (HL) and a minimum total of 24 points.

Pakistani Board Certificates: Grade 12 certificate with a minimum percentage of 50% and Grade 10 certificate results.

Nigerian/West African System: WAEC, NECO, or WASSCE board certificate with a minimum of 7 subjects of C and above and secondary school transcript of results.

7. Conditional Admission

An applicant who does not meet all of the University Admission requirements may be granted conditional admission. The possible circumstances under which such conditional admission may be granted include:

  1. Students who do not meet the minimum TOEFL/IELTS English language proficiency requirement: these students may enrol in the EAP program in order to improve their English skills and achieve the required TOEFL/IELTS score.
  2. Students who do not pass the Mathematics requirement: these students must successfully complete the necessary remedial-math course before being allowed to register in any math or math-related courses.

If a student does not fulfill his or her specific probationary admission requirements, he or she may be subject to full financial penalties and dismissal from the University.

8. Deadlines for Admission

Applications for admissions are accepted year-round. Entry can be in the Fall, Spring or Summer.

8.1. Letter of Admission

Upon successful completion of the admission process, the student will receive either a conditional acceptance or fully admitted letter issued by the Admissions Department. If the student is rejected, he or she will also receive a letter notifying him/her of the rejection.

9. Admission Appeals

Should a student’s Application for Admission be rejected, he/she may appeal the decision as follows:

  • Inform the Admissions Office of his/her dissatisfaction and request a review, in writing, within thirty (30) days of having received the written reason for the rejection
  • The Admissions Office will acknowledge receipt of the applicant’s request and forward it to the Admissions Review Panel which is composed of the program Chair and two faculty, one from the relevant School and one from a different school
  • The applicant may make a presentation to the Panel, but may not be represented by a third party at the Panel
  • The Panel will submit their decision to the Registrar for his/her approval
  • The Admissions Office will inform the applicant of the decision in writing

The decision of the Registrar is final and binding. Should the decision be in favor of the applicant, the applicant will be admitted to his/her chosen program or an alternative should no place be available in his/her chosen program. Under no circumstance will a student already admitted to the University be disadvantaged by the findings of the Review Panel.

10. Student Visa

Student UAE residence visas are issued for full-time students (students enrolled in 4 courses or more per semester) who have been accepted to the University and have paid the required deposits and fees.

(Transfer of visa from other institutions is a lengthy process. Students should cancel their visa at their previous academic institution and Canadian University Dubai will apply for a new visa.)

Once all the documents are available it takes a minimum of 3 working days to process the visa. Completion of medical and stamping of the visa on the passport take a minimum of 4 additional working days.

The documents required are:
  • Color passport photocopy
  • 4 color passport photographs (Submitted with Application for Admission)
  • Letter of Acceptance from the University with course details and duration.
Falsified Admission Documents

Students found to have submitted falsified documents will be dismissed from the University.

Admission requirements

There are three types of requirements that you need to meet to qualify for admission at UFV: general requirements, English requirements, and program requirements. Review all three carefully to ensure timely admission.

General requirements

Applicants must have completed the equivalent of Canadian Grade 12 (Form Six or five O-levels plus at least two A-levels) and specific program entrance requirements for admission into any career, technical, or academic program.

English requirements

Academic programs — undergraduate and graduate

Qualifying Studies — academic upgrading for program admission

ELS — University Foundation — English and academic upgrading

Students with lower scores must first apply for English Language Studies upgrading. Applications with no proficiency score cannot be processed.

Program requirements

Please consult a copy of the UFV academic calendar for detailed admissions requirements for each program. Applicants for the English Second Language Program must have high school or Form Five completion and be at least eighteen years of age.

Although you may be conditionally accepted into an academic or career program based on your transcript and language proficiency score, you may need to take upgrading classes to meet math, science, or other requirements, as required by your chosen program of study.

Find out more about program and English requirements and how they may affect your course of study at UFV.

Admissions information for Canadian Universities

Admissions by Province

Admissions information for Universities in Canada

All post-secondary institutions have an admissions process whereby they select those students to attend their school. Competition varies, both in types of schools, types of programs, and types of students being admitted. All schools with an on-line presence will have an admissions web page where all the admission criteria for the various options are laid out.

College vs. university

Students looking for post-secondary education have usually already decided whether they want to pursue college education or university education. Typically, college education prepares the student for an applied career, whereas a university education prepares the student for an academic career.

University requirements are fairly straightforward. In all cases, admission is based almost entirely on academic marks gained in high school, generally grade 12, although some schools also consider grade 11 marks as well. In most cases, an overall average of at least 70% in high school will suffice. (There are many exceptions however, depending on the applicant’s status and the program being applied for; best to check with the schools’ websites directly.) Students applying for admission to an in-province school typically have much less stringent grade requirements than out-of-province applicants.

College admission requirements vary more significantly than university requirements, though none have entrance requirements above 85%. In general though, more well-respected colleges (such as George Brown College, Mohawk College and Capilano College) accept many students with averages above 70%, although they may place no limiting minimum for acceptance, and consequently take students with averages below 60%.

Undergraduate admission criteria

As post-secondary schools have limited space, there is competition for admission. For most undergraduate schools, the greatest competition comes from high school students. In this case, the two most basic criteria are the successful completion of high school and competency in one of the two official languages (English in most of Canada, and either English or French in Quebec and New Brunswick).

Students can apply for various programs, depending on their interests. Generally, students can choose amongst Arts, Science, and Business, although there are many variations on these themes and numerous subcategories and majors. Students can apply without having to declare their specialization at the outset, and be considered “undeclared” for a time.

Graduate admission criteria

Generally, a previous undergraduate degree is required for admission to graduate programs, although there are exceptions. Since graduate degrees involve (in most cases) independent research and little course work, students must have the fundamental theoretical knowledge to carry out their independent studies. In order to determine a candidate’s suitability for graduate school, students must generally have a supervisor “vouch” for them. Usually this is via an interview between the prospective graduate student and various supervisors, where the student attempts to match their study program with an appropriate supervisor interested in a similar field.

If the graduate student has the ability to financially support themselves during their graduate tenure (either through the holding of a scholarship or fellowship, or by the supervisor offering financial support from their own grant monies) they have a greater chance of gaining admission to a graduate program. In fact, most graduate schools won’t admit students unless they have their finances already in order.

Special cases and professional programs

For almost all international students applying for either undergraduate or graduate admission, an essay, statement of intent or personal statement of experience must be submitted directly to the program being applied for. Additionally, letters of reference, examples of extracurricular involvement, community service, athletic participation, and scholarships won may all be required for acceptance to some programs.

Mature students (those older than 25, and out of school for at least 2 years) can also apply for post-secondary schooling. The normal entry requirements applied to younger students are generally not applied to mature applicants. If they do not meet the usual admission requirements already, but demonstrate intellectual maturity through the pursuit of interests, employment, or have overcome a significant hardship, then they are usually admitted.

Professional programs such as Medicine also have special requirements, usually similar to graduate school requirements. A previous degree, or partial completion (2-3 years of a 4 year degree) is usually required before admission to these programs will be granted. Other admission criteria include writing a personal statement, previous academic records, scores on various professional school tests, and interviews. Other professional programs such as Law or Engineering will have entry requirements similar to those of basic undergraduate admissions (although further education or accreditation is usually required after graduation in order to practice professionally).

”Traditional” continuing education is usually open to anyone, and is intended for people who want to pursue higher education. This can either be through credit courses (applicable towards a degree) or non-credit courses (usually for personal enjoyment). Generally the only obstacle to admission is the ability to pay for the individual courses and programs.

Professional continuing education is generally characterized by the issuing of a certificate to students who already hold a previous degree in the professional field. Licensing bodies (such as the Canadian Council of Professional Engineers or Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada) impose continuing education requirements on members who hold licenses to practice within a particular profession. These requirements are intended to encourage professionals to expand their knowledge base and stay up-to-date on new developments. Depending on the field, these requirements may be satisfied through college or university coursework, extension courses, or conference and seminar attendance.

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