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Requirements for International Students
Applicants must complete a university preparatory
language arts course and generally
a minimum of four other university-preparatory
courses. A pre-calculus math is required for
direct admission to the Bachelor of Science
or Bachelor of Commerce programs. For an
application to be considered, a minimum
grade of 65 per cent or the equivalent must
be achieved in the courses considered for
admission. Meeting the minimum requirement
does not guarantee admission.

If your first language is not English, proof of
your English language proficiency is required.
To be considered for entrance scholarships,
documentation must be received by the
March 1 scholarship deadline.

TOEFL: minimum score 90 (internet test) with
no band score below a 20

IELTS: 6.5 with no band score below a 5
Please note: meeting the minimum score does
not guarantee admission.

SAT/ACT: SAT and/or ACT scores are not
required for admission. However, students are
encouraged to submit official scores if available
in support of their applications for admission
and scholarships.

IB/AP: For admission purposes, IB diploma
students must have at least three higher
level courses with a minimum score of four in
each higher level and standard level subject
undertaken with an overall score of 28
(excluding bonus points).

Transfer credits may be awarded to students
who have completed IB or AP subjects.
Visit mta.ca/calendar section 3.9 for more

GCE/GCSE: For admission purposes, a
minimum of two subjects at the advanced
‘A’ level and three at the ordinary ‘O’ level,
or three ‘A’ levels and one ‘O’ level, with an
overall average of C and no subject below D,
are required. Two advanced standard ‘AS’ level
courses may be used in place of one ‘A’ level

Procedure for International Students
Please view 'Procedure for Canadian Students'.

Full-time Undergraduate Students 2011-2012:2,445
Part-time Undergraduate Students 2011-2012:112
Full-time Graduate Students 2011-2012:13

Academic Year
Type of System:Semester
Entrance Dates:January, September
Notes: n/s

Language of Instruction

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