We evaluate home-schooled applicants on an individual basis. Home-schoolers applying without a high school diploma will have to present alternative credentials for admission.
Home-school applicants do not require the usual six 4U- or 4M-level courses that are associated with the Ontario high school diploma or equivalent.
However, for programs requiring specific grade 12 mathematics or science admission prerequisites, you must have completed the equivalent course through standardized tests such as SAT, ACT, AP exams or 4U-level courses from an accredited Ontario high school, or their equivalent from another province.
Please note that the requirements listed are minimum requirements only and are subject to change. Meeting these minimum requirements does not guarantee admission.
Good to know
- You can apply as early as mid-October for the following fall term. While most programs accept applications for admission until June 1, some programs have different deadlines. Check the .
- For some programs, you may have to provide additional supporting documents or pass an audition or exam.
- If you have been studying in Canada for less than three years, you might have to provide us with your official results in one of the following University-approved . We reserve the right to request the result of a language test at any time, if necessary.
- In some programs, you can apply to the or . Just indicate your choice on the application form.