Review the minimum admission requirements.
To qualify for admission, you must:
- be at least 19 years of age by September 1 of the year in which you apply
- be a Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident, Convention Refugee or Protected Person
- be away from high school and/or college studies for at least two years. If you have attempted university courses, you may not be eligible for admission.
- Meeting these requirements does not guarantee admission.
- All applications are reviewed on an individual basis.
- Returning Pre-University or Academic Bridging Program students who did not successfully complete the course should contact the Academic Bridging Office to discuss readmission.
Book an appointment.
We encourage you to meet with an advisor to discuss your interest in the program. If you’re concerned that you may not meet the above requirements or if you’re interested in pursuing studies in Computer Science, Commerce, Psychology or any of the Science streams, this program may not be suitable for you and you should consult with us.
- Please email us or call us at 416-978-4444 to book an appointment.
Learn about program options.
The program is designed to be completed on a part-time basis, which involves taking a single course as a part-time student. Most students choose this option. There are three possible start-times for the part-time program: September, January and April.
- The Fall/ Winter session runs from September to April (applications open in May*).
- The Winter session runs from January to April (applications open in October*).
- The Summer session runs from April to June (applications open in January*).
*We encourage you to submit your completed application well in advance of the program start date you have chosen.
Some students choose to enrol in the full-time offering of the program which includes three courses. The full-time program takes place during the Fall/ Winter session (September to April). Applications open in Summer*.
The full-time program may be more suitable for you if:
- You have been out of school for a significant amount of time and you would like more academic skills instruction.
- You have not completed senior-level high school courses.
- You require OSAP while you are studying to help cover living expenses.
*We encourage you to submit your completed application well in advance of the program start date.
Compile required documents.
Submit the following documents:
- transcripts* from all previously attempted education, including high school, community college or private college studies
- a statement of intent (see our FAQ page to learn more about the statement of intent)
- proof of status in Canada
*transcripts must have a date of issue within 6 months of the date of application
What happens after I apply?
We will respond to your application approximately one month before the start of the program.
If you are admitted, you will receive three important communications before the start of the program:
- A welcome letter
- An admission offer
- Registration instructions
Please read all of the above carefully. You will not be considered registered until you have paid or deferred your fees before the start of classes. Please email us if you have questions about paying your fees.