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The Faculty of Arts and Science is home to a rich and varied student body.
Although most of our students
are from Southern Ontario, we have students from every province of Canada and
from over 90 foreign
countries. We encourage application by qualified students from outside Ontario.
Applicants must present a
satisfactory academic record from recognized academic institutions and meet the
requirements listed below
or in the Undergraduate Admissions Bulletin. The specific average or standing
required for admission varies
from year to year.
Applicants from the Province of Quebec must present twelve academic C.E.G.E.P.
courses. Applicants from
all other provinces and territories in Canada must present grade 12
Applicants from the United States must present Grade 12 matriculation and
results from two College
Entrance Examination Board Scholastic Aptitude Tests and three Achievement
Tests (American College
Testing scores are also accepted).
Information on admission requirements for applicants from overseas is contained
in the Undergraduate
Admission Bulletin available from Admissions and Awards.
In addition to meeting the Faculty of Arts and Science admission requirements,
students intending to enrol
in Economics and Commerce programs or Science Programs must have completed, or
must take, a full credit
secondary school course or equivalent in Calculus which covers the geometric
notion of a limit, the
differentiation and integration of elementary functions and provides them with
a geometric grasp of
differentiation and integration in place of OAC Calculus. For further
information on acceptable Calculus
courses or equivalents, please contact the Department offering the program in
which you intend to enrol.
PUMP is a non-credit, intensive course specially designed to prepare students
for entry-level mathematics
courses, like calculus and linear algebra. It is designed primarily for
students from outside Ontario who
require additional pre-university mathematics background. The course costs
$600.00, and runs from July 15-
August 28, 1997. For more information on PUMP, contact the Office of the
Faculty Registrar, 100 St.
George Street, Room 1006, Toronto Ontario M5S 3G3.
Every attempt is made to process applications as quickly as possible; however,
application should be made
early in the year for which admission is sought, and no later than:
NOTE: Overseas applicants should apply by March 1.
|For Summer 1997: ||For Winter
1998-99: ||For Summer 1998
||For Winter 1998-99|
|First Term: March 15/97 ||Full-time studies: April 1/97
||First Term: March 15/98 ||Full-time: April 1/98|
|Second Term: May 15/97 ||Part-time studies: June 1/97
||Second Term: May 15/98 ||Part-time: June 1/98|
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