If you are currently enrolled in or have completed the International Baccalaureate Diploma, here’s what you need to know about our admission requirements and transfer credit you may be eligible for.
- An International Baccalaureate Diploma, including English HL or SL is required for admission.
- Prerequisite courses can be presented at either the Standard or Higher Level.
- For programs with a Math prerequisite, Mathematics SL or HL is required. “Math Studies” is not acceptable.
- A total score of 27, not including bonus points, is required for admission consideration. More competitive programs require a significantly higher score.
- If you are currently enrolled in the IB Diploma program, you must submit your predicted IB results (1-7 scale), confirmation that you are completing the full IB Diploma, a current transcript including any mid-term/mid-year results available, and complete the online self-reported grades form.
- If you are currently enrolled in the IB Certificate/Course program, you must submit your predicted IB results (1-7 scale), confirmation that you are completing the IB Certificate/Course program, a current transcript including any mid-term/mid-year results available; and importantly, the name of the matriculation certificate/diploma to be awarded upon completion of your studies.
- Final IB results must be sent to the University electronically by the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO).
- For Engineering programs, Mathematics (recommended at Higher level), Physics and Chemistry (at either level) are required. Visit the Discover Engineering website for more details.
- Find out which IB courses can be considered for transfer credits.
- Be sure you also check the additional requirements for your intended area of study.
New IB Mathematics courses with first assessment in May 2021
The following IB Math courses will satisfy the Calculus prerequisite for science and business programs:
Mathematics: Applications and Interpretations HL
Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches SL
Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches HL
Mathematics: Applications and Interpretations SL will satisfy Advanced Functions prerequisite. For engineering programs, please consult the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering directly.