Exigences linguistiques

If you apply to an undergraduate program, you may meet the language requirements if you have successfully completed – or are in the process of successfully completing – 1 of the following:

  • 4 full years of study in Canada in English or French at the high school level;
  • 4 full years of study at the high school level in English in a country where English is a primary language or where English is the primary language of instruction, or in French in a country where French is a primary language or where French is the primary language of instruction;
  • 1 full year of study in an accredited university degree program in English in a country where English is a primary language, or in French in a country where French is a primary language;
  • 2 full years of study in English in an accredited college diploma/applied degree program in a country where English is a primary language or where English is the primary language of instruction, or in French where French is a primary language or where French is the primary language of instruction; or
  • successful completion of Academic Program Level 9, Destination York, or the YUBridge Program.

York reserves the right to request language proficiency test scores. All faculties require 4U English (ENG4U).

Language requirements for programs offered by the Faculty of Education are available by contacting the Faculty directly at 416-736-5001 or visiting the Faculty of Education website.

Les étudiantes out étudiants qui fréquentent une école secondaire de langue française peuvent présenter un cours de français de douzième année U (FRA4U, FIF4U ou FEF4U).

Score Notes
Note minimale TOEFL

Most programs: 83 iBT

Exceptions:

Lassonde School of Engineering (BEng programs): 88 with no score below 20 in each section

Nursing: 89 iBT

Schulich School of Business: 100 iBT

Note minimale IELTS

Most programs: 6.5

Exceptions:

Lassonde School of Engineering (BEng programs): 6.5 with no component below a 6.0

Nursing: 7.0

Schulich School of Business: 7.5

Autres notes Effective May 2019, the York English Language Test (YELT) is no longer offered by York University. YELT scores remain valid for 2 years after the YELT test is taken. The last YELT test was offered on March 15, 2019, and scores from that test will remain valid until March 15, 2021.