Glendon Recruitment Handbook

Glendon 2017-2018 Handbook EN

Information for students interested in pursuing a bilingual liberal arts university education on a small campus in Toronto with an international focus.

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35 ADMISSIONS *Note: These are minimum requirements only. Admission is not guaranteed, and all requirements are subject to change. For country- specific requirements, please visit glendon.yorku.ca/admissions. Education System United States High School General Requirements* Grade 12 graduation with a minimum overall average of "B" on Grade 11 and 12 academic courses AND A combined SAT 1 score of 1100 (considered in combination with academic record) OR a composite ACT score of 24 (considered in combination with academic record). Required SAT score does not include the writing portion. SATs/ACTs are only required of students studying in the United States. We may offer early conditional admission with strong Grade 11 finals. Transfer credit granted for final scores of 4 or 5 on the Advanced Placement (AP) exams, depending on the program (maximum 30 credits). York University Office of Admissions Bennett Centre for Student Services 3rd Floor Reception 99 Ian Macdonald Blvd Toronto, ON M3J 1P3 CANADA STEP 3. HOW TO APPLY – SUBMITTING YOUR APPLICATION: Apply through the Ontario Universities' Application Centre (OUAC) at ouac.on.ca for winter, spring, and fall entry. For full details, visit glendon.yorku.ca/admissions. STEP 4. AFTER YOU APPLY: After you apply to Glendon, we'll keep in touch, and you can connect with us at any time. You'll receive an acknowledgement of your application and a reminder to send all outstanding documents on time. You can check your application status, make sure documents have been received, and upload documents electronically throughout the process with MyFile, using your student or reference number to log in. yorku.ca/myfile If you are not a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or landed immigrant, you will need to obtain a study permit to study in Canada. Study permit information: cic.gc.ca. Send all documents to: Required and Recommended Courses Senior-level French is recommended. Business Economics and Economics: Senior-level Math recommended. Mathematics: Senior-level Math required. BSc Biology: Senior-level Algebra, Biology, and Chemistry required; Senior-level Physics recommended. BSc Psychology: Senior-level Math, and Senior-level Chemistry or Physics required. Business - International Studies (dual degree): Senior- level algebra and one other Senior-level math (Calculus recommended) with a minimum grade of 70% required in each. High level of French strongly recommended. French is recommended. Business Economics and Economics: Standard Level or Higher Level Math recommended. Mathematics: Standard Level or Higher Level Math required. Math Studies will not satisfy this requirement. BSc Biology: Standard Level or Higher Level Math, Biology and Chemistry required; Standard Level or Higher Level Physics recommended. BSc Psychology: Standard Level or Higher Level Math, and Standard Level or Higher Level Chemistry or Physics required. Business - International Studies (dual degree): Standard or higher-level math (minimum grade of 5 required). English recommended. For Business Economics and Economics: Terminale Math recommended. Mathematics: Terminale Math required. BSc Biology: Terminale Math, Biology and Chemistry required; Terminale Physics recommended. BSc Psychology: Terminale Math, and Terminale Chemistry or Physics required. Business - International Studies (dual degree): Terminale math (minimum grade of 12 required). Baccalauréat général with a minimum overall score of 10 (mention passable) from a French lycée accredited by the Ministry of Education or an accrediting agency in France. Transfer credit granted for courses with grades of 12 or better, depending on the program (maximum 30 credits). IB diploma with passes in six subjects: three passes at the Standard Level and three passes at the Higher Level, OR two passes at the Standard Level and four passes at the Higher Level. Minimum diploma point scores of 30 or higher are recommended (scores of 28 will be considered). Transfer credit granted for Higher Level IB courses with final grades of 5 or better, depending on the program (maximum 30 credits). Baccalauréat français International Baccalaureate (IB)

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