Future Students

Québec CÉGEP (one year) Admission Requirements

Bachelor of Arts
English
Four additional academic courses

Bachelor of Commerce
English
Mathematics
Three additional academic courses

Bachelor of Science
English
Pre-Calculus or Mathematics*
One academic science course (Biology, Chemistry, or Physics)
Two additional academic courses

*Students who gain admission using this course will be required to take MATH1190 Fundamental Mathematics in their first year of studies.

Diploma in Engineering
English
Pre-Calculus or Calculus
Physics
Chemistry
One additional academic course

Bachelor of Environmental Studies
English
Four additional academic courses

Minimum 70% average with no mark less than 60% required in above courses.

CÉGEP (Two Year)
Completion of a two year academic diploma with a minimum average of 70% in appropriate courses will be considered for up to 30 credit hours (equivalent to one year of credit).

 

Information about admission on the spot: Those applying for admission on the spot are asked to bring official copies of your transcripts and are encouraged to fill out a paper application in advance of the Information Session. A printable version of the application can be found here. Grade 12 students should make sure that transcripts show their final grade 11 marks and provide their grade 12-course registrations.

Early admission will be given to students who:

  • have a final overall grade 11 average of 70%;
  • have a minimum grade of 70% in each individual grade 11 course that corresponds to the five grade 12 courses required for admission to their program of choice; and
  • are registered for grade 12 courses that satisfy the admission requirements for their program of choice.

Early admission and early scholarships will be awarded to students who:

  • have a final overall average of 80% or higher in grade 11;
  • have a minimum overall average of 80% in the five program-specific corresponding grade 11 courses with no individual mark less than 70%; and
  • are registered for grade 12 courses that satisfy the admission requirements for their program of choice.

 

For more information, please contact our Quebec Liaison and Admissions Officer:

Lindsay Benoit

lindsay.benoit@smu.ca

902.420.5071