- What programs do you offer?
- I completed my degree outside of Canada. How do I know if my grades meet the admission requirements?
- How do I know if I am eligible to apply?
- I am interested in the MASc or PhD program. Should I reach out to the supervisor I am interested in studying with?
- How do I know if I need to submit and English Language Proficiency score with my application?
- I’m interested in multiple programs. Will my application be automatically considered for other programs?
- I met the admission requirements, why wasn’t I admitted?
All of our programs can be found on the Discover Graduate Studies website, along with their respective admission and degree requirements.
The academic equivalencies and requirements by country on the webpage are intended as a guideline and are to be used as a reference for admission purposes only. You should meet or exceed the academic requirements listed for your country to be equivalent to the master's admission requirements.
It is important to understand that:
- Additional grading systems may exist in any country.
- Departments/Faculties may have higher requirements for their programs and the assessment of any individual may be subject to additional criteria.
If you would like to know if you meet the admission requirements, please see the Graduate Studies Academic Calendar for the program you are interested in applying to.
We can neither consider nor assess prospective students for admission (including offering any opinion on eligibility) without a completed application package; therefore, if you choose to apply, we look forward to receiving your online application with its supporting documentation.
If you are applying for the PhD or MASc program, you are strongly encouraged to communicate with a prospective supervisor in the research group that you are interested in prior to submitting your online application. It is recommended that you contact prospective supervisors using the Contact a Prof e-form. While it is not a requirement that you do this, it is a valuable opportunity to determine whether your research interests align with the faculty member you are most interested in studying with. You are also encouraged to type the name of your preferred supervisor(s) into the appropriate section of the online application.
Applications are normally considered only for the program to which they were submitted. As such, an application should be submitted for each program you are interested in being considered for.
Please note that as we receive a large number of applications from qualified candidates, we are able to admit only a small proportion of candidates that meet our admission standards. Admission decisions are not negotiable or appealable.