Canadian High School Applicants (Outside Ontario)

Candidates from Canadian provinces other than Ontario are considered for admission based on the following criteria:

  • Successful completion of diploma requirements as defined by the Ministry of Education in their province
  • Completion of the required courses as listed for their province below
  • Proof of English facility

The Admissions Committee considers a candidate’s overall academic history with emphasis on the prerequisite course average. You must present grades of 70% or higher in individual prerequisite courses to qualify for admission consideration.

Review our English Language Requirements to determine whether you are required to provide proof of English facility.  Applicants required to present proof of English  facility who have/are taking Grade 12 English (or an equivalent English course stated below) must achieve at least 70% in this course. If you do not meet these requirements,  or are concerned that your English facility test score will fall below the minimum U of T English language requirements, you are encouraged to apply to the International Foundation Program.

Apply via the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) using the 105 application. Select “U of T Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering,” indicate your top program choice and submit your OUAC application prior to January 10, 2018.

Submission of Documents

Interim transcripts must be submitted via the Engineering Applicant Portal’s document upload feature by February 1, 2018. Applicants studying in British Columbia may submit their final BC academic results electronically through the PSI system. Applicants from all other provinces should forward official, final academic transcripts to the Engineering Undergraduate Admissions Office and forward updated results as they become available.

Alberta / NW Territories / Nunavut

  • Math 30-1
  • Math 31
  • Chemistry 30
  • Physics 30
  • English 30 or ELA 30-1

British Columbia / Yukon

  • Pre Calculus (or Principles of Math 12)
  • Calculus 12 or AP Calculus*
  • Chemistry 12
  • Physics 12
  • English 12 or English 12 First Peoples

Manitoba

  • Pre-Calculus Math 40S
  • AP Calculus (if available)*
  • Chemistry 40S
  • Physics 40S
  • ELA 40S

New Brunswick

  • Calculus 120 or AP Calculus (AB or BC) or Grade 12 Calculus developed by the school
  • Pre-Calculus B120
  • Chemistry 121/122
  • Physics 121/122
  • English 120/121/122

Newfoundland and Labrador

  • Math 3208(Math 3207)
  • Math 3200(Math 3204 or Math 3205)
  • Chemistry 3202
  • Physics 3204
  • English 3201

Nova Scotia

  • Pre-Calculus
  • Grade 12 Calculus/AP Calculus (Otherwise competitive candidates will be considered with Math 12/Advanced Math 12 if Calculus is not offered by your school)
  • Chemistry 12
  • Physics 12
  • English 12

Prince Edward Island

  • Mathematics 621A or 621B
  • Mathematics 611B
  • Chemistry 611 or 621
  • Physics 621
  • English 621

Saskatchewan

  • Pre Calculus 30 (or Math B30 + C30)
  • Calculus 30
  • Chemistry 30
  • Physics 30
  • English ELAA30 +B30

Quebec – CEGEP system**

  • Calculus 1 and 2
  • Linear Algebra 1
  • Chemistry 1 and 2
  • Physics 1 and 2
  • 2 Semesters of English/anglais

Quebec – Grade 12 system

  • Calculus & Vectors/AP Calculus/MCV4U
  • Advanced Functions
  • Chemistry/SCH4U
  • Physics/SPH4U
  • English or English AP

*    Students who are not able to take Calculus are asked to contact the Engineering Undergraduate Admissions Office.

**    Students in the CEGEP system must have completed at least one full academic year. Please note that the Côte de Rendement (R score) will be used for admission and scholarship consideration for most programs.