If English is not your first language (i.e., is not the first language you learned at home as a child), you will need to provide evidence of adequate English facility for admission consideration, unless you qualify for an exemption.
The minimum number of years required to waive requirements is 4 years of satisfactory, full-time study in an English-language school system in a country where English is the dominant language. If an English facility test is required, you will be exempt from also having to include a 4U English (ENG4U/EAE4U) in your admission average, provided that 6 other acceptable 4U credits are presented.
New for 2020: all applicants, including those who must present proof of English facility, will be required to present a senior level English (equivalent to Ontario ENG4U/EAE4U) for admission to all undergraduate programs, and the English grade will be included in the applicant’s calculated average.
If your test result falls into the discretionary ranges indicated below, it will be reviewed automatically. You will be notified if your discretionary range score satisfies the English-language requirement. As we cannot guarantee that the score will be accepted, it is recommended that you arrange to take another test if the official results can be submitted to us by the appropriate document deadline.
French as a First Language
If French is your first language and you achieved satisfactory academic progress in at least 4 years of full-time study in Canada, you are not required to provide proof of English facility.
|Note minimale TOEFL||100 total iBT, with 22 on Writing (discretionary range 89–99 + 22 on Writing) 600 total PBT, with 5.0 on TWE (discretionary range 573–597, with 5.0 on TWE)|
|Note minimale MELAB||85 overall, with no part score below 80 (discretionary range 80–85, with no part score below 80)|
|Note minimale IELTS||6.5 overall, with no band below 6.0|
|Note minimale CAEL||70 overall, with no part below 60|
|CANTest||4.5 average with no part below 4.|
|Autres notes||Minimum ELDA/COPE Score: 86 overall with 32 in Writing and 22 in each of Reading and Listening (discretionary range 80–85, with 28–31 in Writing and 18–21 in each of Reading and Listening).|
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