Admissions decisions will be based on IGOEE scores and results of a CASPer assessment.  Those applicants who have been deemed eligible for bridging will receive a link to take the CASPer assessment online.  Admissions decisions are expected to be made by the end of the year preceding the beginning of the program (i.e. offers of admission will be sent out in late Fall 2021 for an ASOPP start date of April 2022).  Personal circumstances, length of time in the admissions pool, etc., will not be considered during the admissions process.

 To be eligible for admission to a program, a participant must be either a Canadian citizen, have permanent residency status or be a Convention Refugee.  You do not need to provide proof of status until you receive an offer of admission.