Am I an International High School Applicant?
We consider each applicant on the basis of their personal academic history. Any student who attends high school outside of Canada should apply using the 105F application form on the OUAC website. Students not currently enrolled full time in an Ontario high school, who reside in Canada, OR students who are Canadian citizens or a permanent resident living elsewhere (not in Canada) should applying using the 105D application form on the OUAC website. If you are a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident, and you are admitted to the program, you will be charged domestic tuition fees.
What courses do I need to apply as an International Applicant?
U of T Engineering welcomes applications from around the world. All applicants to the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering are required to present Senior Level courses in:
- Mathematics (including Calculus)
Proof of English facility may also be required*
Please note: In cases where applicants are not able to present a required prerequisite subject, it may be replaced with an SAT Subject test, Advanced Placement exam, International Baccalaureate result or GCE A level.
Please visit English Language Requirements to evaluate if you are required to present proof of English Facility. If you do not meet the English Language Requirements at the time of admission or you are worried that you test score will not meet our minimum requirements, you may want to consider applying for the International Foundation Program (IFP).
Please refer to your educational system below for specific prerequisites and document submission details.
- U.S. High School System
- International Baccalaureate
- British-Patterned Education
- French-Patterned Education
- Hong Kong
For all other countries, visit the International Admission Requirements section of the Enrolment Services website.