Canadian entry requirements for undergraduates
General High School Diploma with at least 70% (B) average in five acceptable grade 12 courses.
Senior Secondary Graduation Diploma with at least one A and four B's (ABBBB) in an acceptable grade 12 course (B is minimum 70%).
High School Graduation Diploma if five credits have been awarded at 300 level with an average of 70% (B) in at least four subject areas.
High School Graduation Diploma with an average of at least 70% in five acceptable subjects at grade 12.
High School Graduation Diploma (36 credits including 21 core credits) with an average of at least 70% in five acceptable subjects at university preparatory level (grade 12).
North West Territories
High School Graduation Diploma with an average of at least 70% (B) in five acceptable grade 12 subjects.
High School Graduation Diploma with an average of at least 70% in five acceptable courses at level 4 or 5.
Ontario Academic Courses (OAC's) if five OAC's are passed with three at grade B and 2 at grade C. OSSD including at least five 4U or 4M credits with an overall average of 70% (B). For entry to the LLB, OSSD with an overall average of 75% is required.
Prince Edward Island
High School Graduation Diploma with an average of at least 70% in five acceptable grade 12 subjects.
The completion with a 70% average of a 2-year Diplome d'Etudes Collegiales (DEC/Diploma of Collegial Studies) at CEGEP (College d'enseignement general et professionnel/College of General and Professional Education).
Completion of Grade 12 Standing/Division IV Standing (Secondary School Diploma) with an average of at least 70% in five acceptable subjects.
Senior Secondary Graduation Diploma with at least one A and four B's (ABBBB) in acceptable grade 12 courses.
Candidates who require additional studies to reach the desired level for entry onto a 3-year degree will be considered for a 4-year degree with incorporated foundation year.*
It is possible to transfer into the 2nd year of an undergraduate degree programme if they university studies undertaken to date in another country or in another university in the UK correspond by level and content to the 1st year of a programme at Bangor University. In order to assess an application for transfer, students are required to provide an official certified transcript detailing the study undertaken to date with their application.
Studying Law at Bangor University
Canadian students who wish to apply for any of our LLB (Law) programmes can also apply to Bangor upon completion of the above relevant high school or CEGEP qualification. It is not necessary to complete an undergraduate degree in Canada first and then apply for the LLB.
Students who have already completed their undergraduate degrees in a non-law subject, but who wish to obtain an LLB can also apply for entry onto an accelerated LLB programme which takes two years to complete.
Students may also gain entry to yeat 1 of our undergraduate degree programmes if they have successfully completed 1 or 2 years of an undergraduate degree at a Canadian university with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 out of 4.0 (or equivalent) and seek to transfer to Bangor for the remainder of their degree.
Minimum GPA of 2.0 or C+
Candidates who require additional studies in order to reach the desired level for entry onto a Masters degree will be considered for an extended Masters degree with incorporated Pre-Masters*.
Requires a Bachelors degree as well as a Masters degree
Students may be eligible for entry under the mature student regulations. This regulation does not require a bachelor degree. The applicants must however have obtained relevant work experience or held a position of responsibility relevant to the proposed course of study for a minimum period of 2 years prior to commencing the course. This rule does NOT apply for applicants for PhD studies, and entrants MUST have a taught postgraduate degree.