1. Up to 8% of the spaces authorized by Senate for first year students will be made available to suitably qualified applicants to first year who are neither Canadian citizens nor Permanent Residents, and half of these spaces (4% of the spaces for first year students) will be reserved for them.
2. Students attending the University under a formal contractual agreement with a foreign government or agency will be additional to the above figures.
3. The Office of the Registrar will be responsible for administering the above policy.
* Students coming into the country on a Student Authorization.
Applicants from abroad may request "A Guide for International Students" from the Admissions Office.
To obtain a visitor's visa and accompanying "study permit" granting permission to study in Canada, all non-Canadians must contact a Canadian Consulate or Embassy outside Canada.
General Certificate of Education (GCE) Requirements
Admission Guide For International Students
Admission - Graduates of Bible Colleges
Admission - Graduates of Institutes of Education of the United Kingdom and Eire