Chinese Curriculum

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Document Submission

See Chinese Curriculum Document Submission Guidelines - in Mandarin.

Please select the statement that best describes your current situation:

  1. I am currently studying in high school in a Chinese curriculum school
  2. I have graduated from a Chinese curriculum high school
  3. I am currently enrolled in a Canadian high school, British Patterned high school, International Baccalaureate high school, or American Patterned high school

1. I am currently studying in high school in a Chinese curriculum school

General Academic Requirements – Due March 1, 2021

  • Submit high school transcript with grades completed to date from years 10, 11 and first semester grade 12 are submitted by March 1. Final official Upper Middle School Graduation Certificate must be received in the original sealed school envelope by August 14, 2021.
  • Academic Proficiency Test examination results (Huikao) with a minimum of 80/100 including required subjects.
  • English Proficiency requirements

We welcome students to check the status of their documents at any time by checking their WebAdvisor account.

If you wish to include a Personal Statement, please use our Student Profile Form.

2. I have graduated from a Chinese curriculum high school

General Academic Requirements – Due March 1, 2021

  • Upper Middle School Graduation Certificate.
  • Academic Proficiency Test examination results (Huikao) with a minimum of 80/100 including required subjects.
  • NCEE (Gaokao) results including required subjects with a minimum of approximately 550 (in the absence of NCEE students may submit SAT and SATII results. See below for information). 
  • Both Gaokao and Huikao results must be verified by the China Higher Education Student Information & Career Center (CHESICC) using the CHESICC-Parchment Portal Service. Visit the CHESICC website for instructions.
  • English Proficiency requirements

We welcome students to check the status of their documents at any time by checking their WebAdvisor account.

If you wish to include a Personal Statement, please use our Student Profile Form.

SAT I and SAT II Subject Tests

For students who graduated in previous years without an NCEE you may substitute this by using a combination of SAT and SATII Subject Test, SAT Critical Reading and Math with a combined minimum of 1100 and SAT II Subject tests with an approximate minimum of 550 per subject. The specific SAT II Subject Tests required depend upon the intended field of study:

  • Biological Sciences: Math (level 2), Biology (either E or M) and Chemistry
  • Physical Sciences: Math (level 2), Physics and Chemistry
  • Arts/Humanities/Social Sciences: Literature, and two additional humanities or social science type courses (e.g. World History, French, etc.)
  • Commerce: Math (level 2) plus two additional SAT's.

3. I am currently enrolled in a Canadian high school, British Patterned high school, International Baccalaureate high school, or American Patterned high school

Alternative Curriculum

For students enrolled in a Canadian high school, British Patterned high school, International Baccalaureate high school, or American Patterned high school, please consult our website for more details on entrance requirements.

Additional Documentation

For students applying to the Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, additional documentation is required. Visit the Admission Services website for information.