Admission Requirements

International applicants applying from high school/secondary school may apply for the Fall entry point, which begins in September. To be considered for admission to our academic programs, entrance scholarships and guaranteed residence, applicants must submit their application by February 15 and supporting documents by March 1. We encourage you to submit applications by January 15 and documents by February 1 so they may be considered for early admission. 

We will continue to accept applications and documents until May 1, however we cannot guarantee availability of all degrees.

The University of Guelph will treat courses completed previously through Summer School, Night School, or Correspondence in the same manner as those completed through day school; they will be counted equally in determining your admission average.

The University of Guelph will be using the highest grade reported for any repeated courses.

International Admission Requirements

The secondary school graduation certificate which would admit a student to an internationally recognized university in his or her home country is normally acceptable for admission to the University of Guelph. Please Note: possession of the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission or scholarships.

Students educated in a language other than English should reference our English Proficiency Requirements .

If you are an international applicant who has previously attended College or University and will receive more than 2.00 credits upon admission, please consult our International Transfer Students Admission Requirements .

Country Specific Admission Requirements

Applying to Guelph-Humber Programs

Applicants to University of Guelph-Humber should submit their information directly to Guelph-Humber Campus .