- 60Acceptance Rate
- 91Employment Rate
The university is composed of three faculties: the Faculty of Applied and Professional Studies; the Faulty of Arts and Science; and the Schulich School of Education; as well as the School of Graduate Studies. Applicants entering from high school must have a minimum of 70%, or 75% if applying for a degree in Criminal Justice or Concurrent Education, to be considered for full-time (30 credits) study. Cut-off averages for each program change annually.
Applicants will be expected to show proof of English language proficiency and must have completed courses in specific academic disciplines depending upon the degree program to which they have applied. International applicants may qualify for transfer credit for previously-completed studies at non-Canadian universities.
The university offers scholarship opportunities. For more information