General requirements

1. You are required to provide official evidence of academic achievement in secondary education:

  • through final grades in 6 Grade 12 U/M courses, including prerequisites for the program, obtained through correspondence, at night school, or through TVO. You may, as an alternative, present credentials from other jurisdictions, for example, results in Advanced Placement (AP) or Advanced Level courses in the General Certificate Education (GCE) examinations. (Note: students may register to sit for the AP and GCE examinations as private candidates).
  • You may also be required to provide proof of language proficiency.
  • You will be considered for entrance scholarships on the basis of your overall averages in the 6 Grade 12 U/M or equivalent courses.

In the absence of final grades in courses:

  • You must submit the results of standardized tests such as the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) with a minimum of 550 (Verbal) and 550 (Math) or a composite ACT score of 24.
  • You may be required to provide proof of language proficiency.
  • Your application will be reviewed by an admissions sub-committee. If admitted, you will not be eligible for entrance scholarships. You will be considered for continuing student scholarships at the end of your first year of study, if you satisfy those criteria.
  • Ensure you meet our language requirements

2. You must also meet Faculty-specific requirements for the current curriculum or the OAC curriculum (with Ontario Academic Credits) since some programs have higher averages or have supplementary procedures for admission.

NOTE:

These are minimum requirements only. Admission is not guaranteed and all requirements are subject to change. Recommended courses will help you with your studies, but we do not automatically look for them when we assess your application for admission and scholarships.

These application requirements apply to all programs, except:

If you have a diagnosed disability

If you have a diagnosed physical, learning, or psychiatric disability, we strongly encourage you to identify yourself during the admissions process. Even if your circumstances don’t impact your admissibility to Glendon (in other words you meet our admission requirements), we want to make sure you know about the support services we have in place. In no way will identifying yourself be a disadvantage to you. More information > >