York University - Glendon Campus

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Requirements for Canadian Students

General requirements include an Ontario Secondary School Diploma and a minimum of six Grade 12 U or M courses including grade 12 U French or English. Early conditional admission may be offered if you have strong Grade 11 finals and/or interim Grade 12 results.

Student Recruitment & Applicant Relations - Glendon Campus of York University, York Hall B108, 2275 Bayview Ave, Toronto, ON M4N 3M6, email: liaison@glendon.yorku.ca |Tel: 416-487-6710

*Knowledge of a second language is not an admission requirement for most of our programs.

Requirements for International Students

Ontario universities may require undergraduate applicants to have official international academic transcripts submitted directly to World Education Services (WES) Canada for verification as part of the admission process. Universities will notify applicants submitting international academic transcripts regarding specific submission requirements through WES Canada.

If your first-language is neither English nor French, please ensure that you meet our language proficiency requirements for admission.

Procedure for Canadian Students

All applications must be submitted through the Ontario Universities' Application Centre (OUAC). For international students: in addition to transcripts and other supporting documents, if you have not been in school for four months or more (including all gaps between academic study periods), you must submit a letter and/or résumé outlining your activities during that time.

For Application Deadlines:


Academic Year

Type of SystemSemester
Entrance DatesJanuary, September

Most of our programs offer a Fall (September) and a Winter (January) entry, except the following courses that only offer a Fall entry:

  • Bachelor's of Education (BEd);
  • Biology (BSc)
  • Translation (BA)
  • Dual-degree in International Studies and Business Administration (iBA/BBA).
Language of InstructionEnglish or French
Modified on August 28, 2022

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