2023 International Viewbook - University of Guelph

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Your adventure starts here.

Let’s Improve Life together.

U of G 2023 I nternat I onal VI ewbook



From collaboration, to research and sustainable solutions. From how we feed the world and preserve its nature to how we live, interact and thrive in our communities and businesses, we must continue to evolve. We must improve life.


MacLean's 2021



Best Global Universities, 2022



Best Universities EduRank, 2022


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Times Higher Education IMPACT Rankings, 2021 2 1


The University of Guelph campuses reside within the lands of the Dish with One Spoon Wampum. We recognize that the Anishinaabe, Hodinohso:ni, Lūnaapéewak and Huron-Wendat peoples have inhabited these lands for centuries and we respect their enduring relationships with these lands. We are committed to working towards decolonization and reconciliation with Indigenous peoples and enhancing the engagement of and supports for First Nations, Inuit, and Métis students.

Paying for it all How much will it cost? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Scholarships 28 I want the true university experience Residence 31 Campus Food 32 Clubs, Organizations, Athletics 34 Living your best life 35
I’m not sure what I want to study Programs by Theme . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 I know exactly what I want to study Degrees 9 Minors and Certificates 10 What do I need to get in? Admission Requirements 11 Requirements by Country . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 How to Apply 17 Important Deadlines ....................................................... 19 English Language Programs 21 Experiential Learning and Career Development 23 CONTENTS: 4 3


It takes 10 minutes to walk across campus!

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We don’t expect you to have your life figured out. That’s why we offer the flexibility to try programs and make a switch if you find something you like better. Check out your options.

I'm interested in animals, conservation and health...


Animal Biology

Animal Science

Bio-Medical Science

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Equine Management

Marine and Freshwater Biology

One Health

Wildlife Biology and Conservation


I am artistic, creative, and/or love to perform...


Art History

Computer Science

Creative Writing

Culture and Technology Studies

Landscape Architecture


Software Engineering

Studio Art

Theatre Studies

I want to have a competitive edge, get a first-rate skillset and make a difference in the world...



Art History

Arts and Sciences

Classical Studies

Creative Writing

Criminal Justice and Public Policy

Culture and Technology Studies



Environmental Governance

European Studies

Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics

French Studies



International Development Studies

Justice and Legal Studies

Justice Studies GH

Mathematical Economics

Mathematical Science


One Health


Political Science


Psychology (GH)

Sexualities, Genders and Social Change


Studio Art

Theatre Studies

I see myself as an ethical and sustainable business leader...



Business (GH)


Environmental Economics and Policy

Environmental Management

Equine Management

European Studies

Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics

Food and Agricultural Business

Food Industry Management

Government, Economics and Management

Hospitality and Tourism Management

International Development Studies


Management Economics and Finance

Marketing Management

Mathematical Economics

Media Studies (GH)

Real Estate

Sport and Event Management

I want to collaborate and solve complex problems...


Biological Engineering

Biomedical Engineering

Computer Engineering

Computer Science

Culture and Technology Studies

Engineering Systems and Computing

Environmental Engineering

Environmental Geomatics

Mechanical Engineering


Physical Science


Software Engineering

Theoretical Physics

Water Resources Engineering

I want to save the planet...



Crop Science


Environmental Biology

Environmental Economics and Policy

Environmental Engineering

Environmental Geomatics

Environmental Governance

Environmental Management

Environment and Resource Management

Environmental Sciences


Honours Agriculture


Indigenous Environmental Science and Practice

International Development Studies

Landcape Architecture

Marine and Freshwater Biology

One Health

Plant Science

Turfgrass Management

Water Resources Engineering

Wildlife Biology and Conservation

I want to help feed 8 billion people...


Applied Human Nutrition

Crop Science

Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics

Food and Agricultural Business

Food Industry Management

Food Science

Honours Agriculture


Nutritional and Nutraceutical Sciences

One Health

Plant Science

I'm interested in human health and the health of humans...


Applied Human Nutrition


Biological and Medical Physics

Biological and Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Biological Engineering

Biomedical Engineering

Bio-Medical Science

Biomedical Toxicology

Child Studies

Community Social Services (GH)

Early Childhood Studies (GH)

Family Studies and Human Development

Food Science

Human Kinetics

Kinesiology (GH)


Molecular Biology and Genetics



Nutritional and Nutraceutical Sciences

One Health Psychology

Psychology GH)

Sexualities, Genders and Social Change

I want to expand my mind and my options...


Animal Biology

Animal Science

Arts and Sciences



Biological and Medical Physics

Biological and Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Biological Science

Bio-Medical Science

Biomedical Toxicology

Chemical Physics


Crop Science

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Environmental Biology

Environmental Geomatics

Food Science

Honours Agriculture


Human Kinetics

Kinesiology (GH)

Marine and Freshwater Biology

Mathematical Science


Molecular Biology and Genetics



Nutritional and Nutraceutical Sciences

One Health

Physical Science


Plant Science

Theoretical Physics

Wildlife Biology and Conservation


I'm hands-on and want to get my career going as soon as possible...



Environmental Management

Equine Care and Management


Turfgrass Management

Veterinary Technology

Note: Programs listed with (GH) refer to the University of Guelph-Humber Program is offered in both regular and co-op Program has mandatory co-op

*See page 10 for admisson requirements.

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Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of Arts and Sciences

Bachelor of Applied Science

Bachelor of Bio-Resource Management

Bachelor of Computing

Bachelor of Commerce

Bachelor of Engineering

Bachelor of Indigenous Environmental Science and Practice

Bachelor of Landscape Architecture

Bachelor of One Health

Bachelor of Science in Agriculture

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences

Bachelor of Science

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Associate Diplomas University of Guelph-Humber


Build your best degree. Choose your program, add a minor, and explore elctives. It’s your choice.

Minors admission.uoguelph.ca/minors

Choose a minor because it intrigues you, because it complements your major, or because it’s something you’ve always wanted to learn.

• accounting

• agriculture

• anthropology

• applied geomatics

• art history

• arts management

• biochemistry

• biology

• biotechnology

• Black Canadian studies

• business

• business data analytics

• business economics

• chemistry

• classical studies

• computing and information science

• creative writing

• culture and technology studies

• ecology

• economics

• English



• entrepreneurship

• environmental engineering

• European culture and civilization

• family and child studies

• food engineering

• French studies

• geography

• German

• history

• human resources

• international business

• international development studies

• Italian

• linguistics

• marketing

• mathematical science

• mathematics

• media and cinema studies

• microbiology

• molecular biology and genetics

• museum studies

• music

• neuroscience

• nutritional and nutraceutical sciences

• one health

• philosophy

• physics

• plant science

• political science

• project management

• psychology

• sexualities, genders and social change

• sociology

• Spanish and Hispanic studies

• sport and event management

• statistics

• studio art

• sustainable business

• theatre studies

• zoology

Academic Terms and Definitions


An undergraduate degree is the first degree you can complete at the university level. It is commonly called a baccalaureate or bachelor’s degree, and may be further classified as honours or general.

An honours degree is typically completed in four years of full-time study and often focuses on a particular discipline, e.g., Honours Bachelor of Science (in Biochemistry); Honours Bachelor of Arts (in Classical Studies).

A general degree is typically completed in three years of full-time study and often involves a more generalized or broadly defined study area. To view a list of programs that are offered in general versus honours format, please visit admission.uoguelph.ca/degrees.

A professional degree meets the accreditation standards of a particular professional association or college. At the U of G, we offer professional degrees in Veterinary Medicine (DVM), Engineering (B.Eng.), Applied Human Nutrition (B.A.Sc.) and Landscape Architecture (BLA). Several professional degrees, like the DVM, require the completion of some university study before application.

An associate diploma is a two-year program offered on our main campus and at our Ridgetown campus. It involves focused, hands-on training in a specific field, e.g., Associate Diploma in Environmental Management; Associate Diploma in Turfgrass Management.

A graduate degree can be completed after an undergraduate degree. It involves additional study in a particular area of interest and may include research or the completion of a thesis.

A major is the main area of study within an honours degree. It involves intensive focus on a specific discipline, e.g. Environmental Engineering; Bio-Medical Science Marketing Management.

A minor is an optional secondary area of study that can be related to or different from your major and provides an introductory level of education about a single discipline. A minor is selected after you begin your university studies (see list to the left).

Add a certificate to your studies and improve your potential employment opportunities.

• Accounting

• Business

• Civic Engagement and Global Citizenship

• Communication Process

• Environmental Citizenship

• Environmental Conservation

• German Language and Culture

• Hospitality Studies

• Leadership

• Organic Agriculture

• Public Policy and Administration

• Spanish Language and Culture

• Food Science

A credit is the unit of measurement for university courses. Usually, a course that lasts one semester is equivalent to one half-credit (0.5).

A semester is an academic study period of 12 weeks. The U of G offers three semesters of study: fall (September to December), winter (January to April) and summer (May to August).

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Admission Requirements admission.uoguelph.ca/international/admreqs

Official Documentation

Applying from outside Canada:

• High school transcripts and other required documentation to be uploaded to your Admission Portal for admission consideration.

• The possession of minimum entry requirements does not guarantee admission; we may require additional documentation or verification.

• An “official” transcript or exam result must be sent directly by your high school, examination board, an electronically verifiable source, via Parchment or wes.org only if you are admitted or upon request.

International Baccalaureate (IB)

Admission consideration begins with and includes:

• A marksheet with anticipated IB scores reflecting the intention to complete the full IB Diploma with 6 subjects: 3 HL and 3 SL (including prerequisites) with a minimum score of 28 including bonus points from TOK and EE, however most programs will require a higher score.

• Anticipated scores on a 7-point scale.

Note: Math Studies/SL Applications and Interpretations is not an acceptable prerequisite for programs that require Advanced Math† or Calculus.

Admitted students must present the full IB Diploma from the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO) in July. Contact the IBO: transcripts.ibna@ibo.org to have results sent electronically to the University.

• Transfer credits may be given for HL courses with scores of 5 or above, to a maximum of 2.0 credits and will be assigned once official transcripts are received from the IBO.

British Patterned Education:

Admission consideration begins with and includes:

I have completed a General Certificate of Education (GCE):

• Minimum of 2 A Level passes and 3 (I)GCSE Level passes.

• 2 AS Level courses may be substituted for 1 A Level course.

• A minimum of A/B or 6/7 to begin consideration on (I)GCSE, AS and predicted A Level examinations.

• Students are strongly encouraged to present prerequisite courses at the AS or A Level.

• Transfer credits will be considered for A Level subjects with a final grade of C or above, up to a maximum of 3.0 credits (1.0 credit per course).

Note: General paper is not considered an acceptable subject.

French Baccalaureate

Admission consideration begins with and includes:

• ‘Bulletins’ (in French) for Première and 1st trimester of Terminale with a minimum overall score of 12/20.

• Upon completion of the French Baccalaureate, official final results are required in lieu of the above.

Indian Curriculum

Admission consideration begins with and includes:

• Verified 10th standard board results accompanied by anticipated Class 12 grades listed by subject from the school with a minimum of 80%.

• Completion of Class 12 Board Exam Certificates with strong First Division standing is required in May/June.

• All information required by your school board to verify your Class 10 and 12 certificates.

American Patterned Education:

Admission consideration begins with and includes:

I have a high school diploma (USA):

• A minimum cumulative unweighted GPA of 3.0 – 3.9/4.0 (varies by program/major) from a regionally accredited high school.

• SAT/ACT Optional for Fall 2023 admission. If submitted, may be used if it is helpful to your admission.

• Prerequisite courses are ideal at the senior level.

• Transcripts from years 9 – 12 which include senior year first and second quarter grades submitted before March 1st 2023 (or February 1st 2023 for early consideration).

• A school profile with a grading scale.

• Documents sent through Naviance/Parchment whenever possible.

• A personal statement (optional): Student Profile Form: admission.uoguelph.ca/spf.

I have completed Advanced Placement (AP):

• Applicants who have completed AP Examinations with a minimum grade of 4 may receive university credits to a maximum of 2.0 credits, at the Admission Committee’s discretion.

• Transfer credits will be assigned once official final transcripts have been received directly from the College Board.

• Institution code for the University of Guelph is 0892.

See admission.uoguelph.ca/ap for more details.

If you fall outside these curricula, please consult our requirements by country: admission.uoguelph.ca/international/admreqs nter

† Advanced Math is one of Pre-Calculus, Functions, (I)GCSE, CSEC, IB Math (only SL/HL Analysis & Approaches, HL Applications & Interpretations) or other equivalent Math containing Advanced Functions, Algebra, Geometry or Trigonometry, approved by Admission Services. nat

“I chose U of G for the beautiful and welcoming campus, but I was most impressed with the support I received as a student. Throughout my undergrad in sociology, I have developed my writing, critical thinking, and communication skills while gaining confidence in my ability to conduct research. The supportive professors in the sociology program have inspired me to continue my education and enrol in a master’s degree program where I’m excited to continue my learning journey at the University of Guelph.”

Bachelor of Arts, sociology

Hometown: Toronto, Ontario / Auckland, New Zealand High school: Humberside Collegiate Institute Campus Involvement: Project Serve march break trip and one day volunteer, international admissions


Requirements by Country admission.uoguelph.ca/international/admreqs


Baccalauria with a minimum B in all subjects.


Bachillerato with a minimum of 8.


Attestat Certificate of (Completed)

Secondary Education with a minimum combination of 4 and 5.


12 years schooling, a combination of British GCSE examinations and final Bahamas Grade 12 with strong grades. SAT and II subject tests or Freshman Year College of the Bahamas may be requested for some schools. See also GCE and IB.


Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) with first division pass (60 – 100).


Bermuda Secondary School

Certificate with excellent grades; 12 years schooling, a combination of British (B)GCSE examinations, Grade 12 University preparation level coursework (AP and SAT exam results upon request). See also IB, GCE and USA.


Bachillerato with a minimum of 5.5/7 or 75/100.


Certificado de Ensino Médio (minimum 7.5) for admission consideration followed the Exame Nacional do Ensino Médio (ENEM).


Diploma Za Zavarsheno Sredno

Obrazovanie (School Leaving Diploma) with grades of 5 or better.


Students must complete the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) diploma with a minimum of six individual subjects with at least two courses at the CAPE Level. Other subjects may be presented at the CSEC level.

Predicted CAPE Level grades of 1 or 2 are required for admission consideration. Students going

into Science or Engineering are encouraged to take a minimum of two 2-Unit CAPE Level subjects in Science and/or Mathematics. Transfer credit may be granted for 2-Unit courses at the Advanced Level with grades of 1, 2 or 3. Please note that Caribbean Studies and Communications studies cannot be used for admission.


Licencia de Educación Media with a minimum of approximately 5.5 out of 7.


admission.uoguelph.ca/ chinesecurriculum Students progressing through Upper Middle School: the Academic Proficiency Test (APT)/HuiKao from CHESICC-Parchment Portal Service chsi.com.cn/en/pvr/apply.jsp with a minimum of 5 relevant required subjects for the degree and major, along with school documents for grades 10, 11, and first semester Grade 12 are required. Final official Upper Middle School Graduation Certificate will be required in August from the CHESICC-Parchment Portal Service: chsi.com.cn/en/pvr/apply.jsp


Bachillerato with excellent results.


Bachillerato along with successful completion of first year at an accredited university is typically required.


Bachillerato with a minimum of approximately 8 out of 10.


Thanaweya Amma General Secondary Education Certificate or IB, USA, or French Baccalaureate with excellent results.


Bachiller Academico with a minimum of approximately 8 out of 10.


Ethiopia University Entrance Examination. Minimum for consideration begins at 78 – 80%.

See also European Baccalaureate.


Completed European Baccalaureate Diploma including prerequisite required exam with a minimum overall average of 75 – 80%. English must be a minimum of L1 or L2. Students with English as L2 are expected to write an English Proficiency exam.

GERMANY Reifezeugnis Abitur Zeugnis der Allgemeinen Hochschulreife with a minimum 11/15.


West African Examinations Council (WAEC) exam results with a minimum B3 on predicted grades and a scratch card for confirmation required for finals.

GREECE Apolytirio Eniaiou Lykeiou, with a minimum of 16.1.


Bachillerato with a university preparatory program with excellent results OR successful completion of first year accredited university is typically required.


Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) with a combination of 4 and 5. Predicted school marks must be presented on a 5 point scale.


Surat Tanda Tamat Belajar Sekolah Menengah Umum (STTB-SMA) + EBTANAS results with good/very good marks.



Diploma of Completed Secondary Education with a minimum combination of 4 and 5.


Kenyan Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) with grades of A and B.


Immumgye Kodung Hakkyo Choeupchang (Academic Upper Secondary School Certificate) + College Scholastic Ability Test.


See French Baccalaureate, IB, USA, GCE.

LIBYA High School Leaving Certificate.


Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (Malaysian Higher School Certificate) or Unified Examination Certificate (UEC). See also IB, USA, and GCE.


See GCE, French Baccalaureate and IB.


Bachillerato with very good/excellent results. Required subjects descriptions may be requested.



VWO (Voorbereidend Wetenschappelijk Onderwijs) Diploma with a minimum 7 out of 10.


National Certificate of Educational Achievement Level 3 and University Entrance Standard inclusive of approved subjects. Grades required for admission will vary by program, but based on the New Zealand grading scale, the minimum level for admission consideration is “Merit.”


West African Examinations Council (WAEC) exam results. Minimum B3 on predicted grades and a scratch card for confirmation required for finals. See also GCE.


Vitnemal Fra den Videregaende Skole/Certificate of Secondary Education.


Intermediate and Higher Secondary School Certificates with strong excellent to outstanding grades.


Bachillerato with a minimum of 85% for national curriculum schools.



Attestat o Srednem (Polnom)

Obshchem Obrazovanii Certificate of (Completed) Secondary Education with good grades.


Singapore/Cambridge GCE Ordinary and Advanced Level Examinations (see GCE requirements).


National Senior Certificate (NSC) with a minimum high Meritorious to Outstanding for admission consideration.


Sri Lankan Certificate of Education including Ordinary Levels and at least 3 Advanced Level subjects with a minimum B average. See also GCE.


Fullstandigt Slutbetyg from Gymnasieskolan


Federal School Leaving Certificate –Maturité/Maturität/Maturità with a minimum 5 out of 6 or 8 out of 10.


Senior High School Certificate with 80% and above.

UAE Secondary School Certificate (Shahadat Al-Thanawiya Al-Amma) with a minimum B+ overall and in required subjects; see also, GCE, India, USA, IB, and Canadian curriculum.


Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education. Five academic subjects: English, with at least 3 academic A Levels of a minimum B to begin admission consideration. See also GCE.


Atestat pro Povnu Zagal’nu Seredniu Osvitu (Certificate of Complete General Secondary Education) with a minimum of approximately 8 out of 12 or 4 out of 5.


Bachillerato as well as successful completion of the first year at an accredited university is typically required. See also USA.


Bàng Tót Nghiêp Phó Thông Trung Hoc (Upper Secondary School Graduation Certificate) with a minimum of 8.


Zambian School Certificate with 2 out of 9 (3 on finals).

Diplom-Motevaseteh (certificate of completion of secondary school studies) and passing the Konkûr with a minimum of 16.


Diploma De Esame Di Stato with minimum 8 out of 10. See also IB and USA.


Upper Secondary School Leaving Certificate (Kotogakko Sotsugyo Shomeisho).

Applicants from Bahrain, Jordan, Palestine, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, and Yemen must present the National Secondary School Education/Leaving Certificate (Tawjihiyah) with very good/excellent results overall and in appropriate subjects. Students from Kuwait should present the Shahad-al-thanawia-al-a-a’ama (General Secondary School Certificate) with excellent results and those from UAE, the Secondary School Certificate (Shahadat Al-Thanawiya Al-Amma). See UAE for more details. Documents must be official and come from the school, Ministry or the appropriate Cultural Bureau.

Certificado de Educación Secundaria Común Completa and successful completion of one year of post-secondary studies at an accredited university.


High School Diploma from a 12 year high school education system with a minimum B+.

POLAND Świadectwo Dojrzałości Liceum Ogólnokształcącego with a minimum average of approximately 4.5 out of 6.


Certificado de fim de Estudos Secundários within the good (bom) category with scores of 16 – 15/20.


Certificate of Secondary Education and Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education.


Mattayom 6 with superior academic standing (3.0 to 4.0 in all required core courses) may be considered. First-year standing in a recognized university is normally required.

TURKEY admission.uoguelph.ca/turkey

Lise Diploması with very good to excellent results. Submission of a School Profile is expected.


General Certificate of Education Ordinary Level (ZGCE O-Level) and Zimbabwe General Certificate of Education Advanced Level (ZGCE A-Level) with a minimum A/B combination. See also GCE.

“From my first visit to U of G, the energy felt right. The smiles, eye contact, and warmth of the campus community drew me in, and I’m so happy with my choice. I started in the Bachelor of Arts and Sciences program, but during second year I realized my passion for neuroscience and psychology and the interdisciplinary connection between them and decided to complete a double major. I’ve enjoyed being involved on campus – I contribute blog articles for Her Campus, I’m a part of the Caribbean Cultural Club, and I volunteer at the CFRU radio station. Through a first-year theatre elective, I auditioned for a student-created podcast, and my voice acting can now be heard on Spotify!”

Maaike Brijker Bachelor of Arts, psychology, Bachlor of Science, neuroscience, with a minor in creative writing

Hometown: Willemstad, Curacao High school: International School of Curacao Campus Involvement: Her Campus blogger, CFRU volunteer, International Student Experience Work Study, International Student Ambassador for Peer Helper program, START International facilitator during summer 2021.


How to Apply

Your application to the University of Guelph opens the door to rich, varied experiences within a welcoming, involved community. Apply by January 12, 2023 for early admission consideration!

9 steps for applying

To be considered for admission, scholarships and on-campus accommodation, please:

1. Select the program of study and check the program specific admission information on pages 11 and 12.

2. Check requirements by country on page 15 and English Proficiency requirements on page 18

International Applicants

Three ways to apply:

• Apply directly to the University of Guelph using the online form available at admission.uoguelph.ca/intl/app or

• Apply online through the Ontario Universities’Application Centre (OUAC) at ouac.on.ca using the 105 application form, if you are studying outside of Canada.

• Apply with the Common Application at apply.commonapp.org.

Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident of Canada Applicants

Studying outside of Canada: Apply online through the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) at ouac.on.ca using the 105 application form.

International Transfer/Advanced Standing

Applicants admission.uoguelph.ca/exttransfer

If you are an international applicant who has previously attended college or university, please consult our International Transfer Student Admission Requirements at admission.uoguelph.ca/exttransfer for detailed information. Available intakes for transfer are Fall, Winter and Summer. Transfer students interested in January admission (Winter) should consult Admission Services for program availability.

3. Check to see if your program is offered at the University of Guelph, Guelph-Humber or Ridgetown Campus.

4. Fill in and submit the appropriate Application Form along with your fee. All applications can be found at uoguel.ph/intappforms

5. When you apply, you will receive a U of G account, login information and instructions on how to upload your documents to your Admissions Portal. Submit the appropriate high school transcripts and other required documentation directly to your Admissions Portal.

6. Some programs have supplemental forms. See admission.uoguelph.ca/ canadian/suppdocs for details.

7. Submit English Proficiency test scores to the Admission Portal. IELTS scores may be scanned and verified on-site. All other test scores must be sent officially.

8. You are encouraged to submit the online Student Profile Form found at admission.uoguelph.ca/spf

9. Check your Admission Portal for any required or outstanding documents.

All international students attending the University of Guelph must have a valid Study Permit. To contact Canadian Immigration regarding visa procedures please go to cic.gc.ca For additional support, contact our International Student Advisors at intl.student@uoguelph.ca or Pugaleni

Iynkara at iynkaran@uoguelph.ca. Our DLI# is O19305391192.

Students educated in a language other than English will be required to present evidence of English Proficiency if:

• Your primary or first language is not English, AND

• You have had less than four years of full-time secondary school or post-secondary school study, demonstrating satisfactory academic progress, in an English-language school system.

The U of G reserves the right to deny admission to applicants who do not demonstrate satisfactory facility in English, regardless of academic qualifications.

In order to show English Proficiency, students must meet one of the requirements shown in the chart as part of the admission process by the document deadline of March 1, 2023 For early consideration, please submit your documents by February 1, 2023.

Should you wish to be considered for admission without English Proficiency please contact intapps@uoguelph.ca to request a conditional offer and a deadline extension or deferral to enable English upgrading with us. On campus English Language Program options are listed on page 21.

Test Minimum Overall Score Cambridge English: C1 Advanced and C2 Proficiency Minimum overall score of 176 with no band less than 169. Canadian Academic English Language Assessment (CAEL) cael.ca For both paper and online test: Language Assessment Minimum overall band score of 70. Canadian Academic English Language Assessment CAEL Online Test* cael.ca/take-cael/overview/online/ 70 Duolingo English Test* englishtest.duolingo.com Minimum overall score of 110 English Language Certificate Program (ELCP) Successful completion of the Advanced Certificate (Levels 9 and 10) International English Language Testing System (IELTS) ielts.org 6.5 with no band less than 6 Pearson Test of English (PTE) pearsonpte.com Minimum overall score of 60 with no score less than 60 in the individual components Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL*) toefl.org Internet-based: minimum total score of 89 with no individual scaled score less than 21 Home-edition*: minimum total score of 89 with no individual scaled score less than 21 The University of Guelph institution code is 0892.
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English Proficiency
admission.uoguelph.ca/intl/howtoapply WHAT DO NEED TO GET IN?

Deadlines for Fall 2023



• Application deadline for early consideration for currently enrolled high school students in Canadian high schools through the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC).


• Application deadline for early consideration for currently enrolled high school students outside of Canada.

• Student Profile Forms (SPF) are encouraged at this time of application for all applicants residing outside of Canada (see step 8 on page 17).


Application deadline for international scholarships (see page 28):

• Franco J. Vaccarino President's Scholarship

• Academic Leadership Entrance Scholarships


• Academic documents (including English Proficiency) deadlines for high school students studying outside of Canada needing early admission consideration. Applicants may request and be granted admission consideration without English Proficiency upon request by writing to intapps@uoguelph.ca.


• Application deadline for high school students studying outside of Canada. Student Profile Forms (SPF) are encouraged at the time of application for all applicants residing outside of Canada.


• Final high school applications (after which time degrees and majors are subject to application closures).

• Academic documents (including English Proficiency) deadline for high school students studying outside of Canada for admission consideration. Applicants may request and be granted admission consideration without English Proficiency upon request by writing to intapps@ uoguelph.ca.

• Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (BLA) Background Information Form (BIF) for all currently enrolled high school students.


• Official transcripts for all high school applicants residing in Canada and not currently enrolled in high school.

• Official transcripts from all Canadian provincial high schools other than Ontario.

• Proof of English Proficiency for all applicants applying from a Canadian high school. Requests to study in our English Language Programs are also encouraged at this time if this deadline cannot be met.

• Amending your application to be considered equally for all programs, except for BLA.

• Financial Need Assessment Form for Canadians and Permanent Residents.


• Final grades to be submitted from currently enrolled Ontario high school students..


• Deadline to submit the Supplementary Information Form for Students with Disabilities (SIF-D)

• Deadline to submit Student Profile Form (SPF) - for applicants currently enrolled in high school

• Application deadline for college or university transfer applicants (fall 2023 entry)

• Bachelor of Landscape Architecture BIF deadline for college and university transfer students


• Deadline for all international fee-paying students to submit their $1000 tuition deposit


• Official transcripts and English Proficiency for all high school applicants residing outside of Canada for fall 2023 entry (students in A Levels and CAPE will be granted extensions to align with exam release dates).


• Deadline to accept offer of admission through OUAC

• Deadline for residence application and $750 deposit

• Document deadline date for college and university transfer applicants for most programs for fall 2023 entry

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English Language Programs


I want to focus on upgrading my English prior to enrolling in university courses:

English Language Certificate Program (ELCP) opened.uoguelph.ca/ELCP

Program Start Dates: September, October, January, March, May and July

Do you want to improve your academic English Skills and succeed at your university studies? Our English Language Programs will make your transition to studying and living in Canada a lot easier! We will ensure that you have the opportunity not only to study English but to use it confidently in academic, professional and social settings.

If you meet the academic admission requirements but are looking to develop your English language skills prior to beginning your degree program, the ELCP is the right choice for you.

The program:

• Consists of 10 levels (7 weeks per level) and covers: listening, speaking, reading, writing and grammar.

• Meets English proficiency requirements of the University of Guelph when you complete levels 9 and 10 and receive the Advanced Certificate.

• Conducts placement testing upon arrival to the program to ensure that you are studying at the appropriate level.

I want to study English while earning university credits:

Integrated Admission Pathway (IAP) opened.uoguelph.ca/IAP

Program Start Date: September

This pathway provides an option for admission to the following degree programs, including co-op options, at the University of Guelph:

• Bachelor of Arts

• Bachelor of Bio-Resource Management

• Bachelor of Commerce (Undeclared)

• Bachelor of Science

• Bachelor of Science in Agriculture

• Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences

Your English language courses will provide a supportive learning environment with access to designated tutoring groups.

Requirements include:

• Minimum IELTS of 5.5, TOEFL iBT of 56 or equivalent.

“The University of Guelph’s beautiful and walkable campus, inclusive community, and close location to Toronto made it the ideal choice for me. I was able to get involved in a variety of extracurricular activities during my studies through the biological sciences program. I participated in an internship course to gain valuable experience while earning credits, and I was able to get an internship with DIALOG (located in Toronto) to work on building happier, healthier, and greener neighbourhoods.”

Bachelor of Science, biological science

Hometown: Shiraz, Iran

High school: Tohid High School

Campus Involvement: Secretary, Guelph Iranian Student Association (GISA), note-taker for undergraduate courses, internship with DIALOG (focusing on building happier, healthier and greener urban neighborhoods), research project with cellular and molecular biology (independent research course), student-entrepreneur as a client of Hub Incubator under the John F. Wood Center.

Please note:

• Successful completion of Levels 9 and 10 and receipt of the Advanced Certificate is considered an acceptable form of proving English Proficiency.

• Applications for admission and scholarship to undergraduate programs at the University of Guelph or Guelph-Humber may be made prior to, during, or upon completion of the Advanced Certificate. Academically qualified semester 1 students may be admitted conditionally and will be considered for and granted undergraduate scholarships if they meet scholarship minimums.

• Meeting all admission requirements for your selected degree/major.

Canadian Provincial Education: admission.uoguelph.ca/outofprov

International Curriculum: admission.uoguelph.ca/international/admreqs

• Maintaining a 75% average in your English language courses and a minimum 60% in your academic coursework during your degree-credit courses.

Apply to IAP Now admission.uoguelph.ca/international/englishprof/iap

I want to complete advanced English language courses while earning university credits, and receive guaranteed admission to Bachelor of Commerce or Bachelor of Arts for next year:

Guaranteed Admission Pathway (GAP) opened.uoguelph.ca/GAP

If your English proficiency and/or grades do not meet admission requirements, you may wish to be considered for the GAP.

The combination of the English Language Certificate Program (ELCP) and the Open Learning program provides a flexible option for guaranteed admission to our Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Arts degrees. Save time by completing online courses toward your degree while you are completing your Advanced Certificate.

To be eligible to begin Open Learning degree-credit courses while completing the advanced level of ELCP, you must:

• Have no previous post-secondary studies.

• Achieve an overall average of 80% or higher in levels 7 and 8, or in levels 8 and 9.

Note: The GAP may also be done as a stand-alone upgrading program, if you do not meet the minimum admission requirements to your degree/major.

Learn from Canadians

Homestay Option

Live with a local family and be immersed in language and culture! The Homestay Program is designed to help you transition into your life in Canada. This housing option will provide you with an excellent opportunity to learn about Canadian culture by living with a Canadian family during your studies.

Buddy Program

Our buddy program allows you to make informal connections with students. Go to the movies or sporting events together, have coffee or explore any common interests you might have. It’s a great way to make friends and learn about the University of Guelph!

ELCP & GAP Program Features

• Small class sizes

• Help with degree applications

• Highly qualified instructors and staff

• Cultural and social activities

• Weekly conversation tutors

• Volunteer Opportunities

ELCP & GAP Upcoming Class Start Dates:

• September 8, 2023

• October 31, 2023

• January 9, 2024

• March 6, 2024

• May 8, 2024

• July 3, 2024


Experiential learning and career development

Co-operative Education


Don’t wait to start working in your field! Join the more than 4,000 students in co-op programs and start building those skills!

Why Apply to U of G Co-op?

• You’ll take a course that will prepare you for your job search and work terms.

Learn outside the classroom.

When we say you’ll learn from experience, we mean it.

While we love a good book as much as the next world-class university, we firmly believe that education and experience go hand in hand.

That's why our team at the Experiential Learning Hub is so passionate about connecting you with co-op programs, further education planning, volunteer and co-curricular opportunities, and access to job fairs and networking events.

By leveraging the Experiential Learning Hub's many connections, you will make your U of G experience more engaging while spending more time focusing on things you're passionate about.

Plus, when you graduate you won't just have a degree: you'll have a digital record showcasing the kind of experience that employers love to see on a résumé.

• Your co-op coordinator will help you along the way.

• You’ll complete 3-5 work terms.

• All co-op positions are full-time and PAID!

Where will I work and how much money will I make?

• There are job opportunities across Ontario, and in some cases, across Canada or internationally.

• All co-op positions are full-time and they are paid!

• Co-op work terms vary from 4 months, 8 months and 12 months.

What you’ll need:

• A Social Insurance Number (SIN) apply for this when you arrive; you will need it to work in Canada.

• Apply for and secure a co-op work permit immediately following your second semester your study permit alone does not cover co-op work terms.

Co-op is an optional program for which fees are applied. In addition to a co-op academic fee, students pay $270 for each co-op work term that is accepted.

Admission to co-op is available again during first year for a limited number of spots in some programs.

The University of Guelph’s Co-operative Education Program is accredited by Co-operative Education and Work-Integrated Learning Canada (CEWIL) and adheres to the standards set and monitored by the CEWIL Accreditation Council.

Past students have made $500-$1,000 CAD per week!


More than 450 Work Study student positions on campus 250+ Peer Helper positions

More than 4,000 part-time jobs on campus




Guelph: the ultimate university town! With a rich history and small size (population 133,000), Guelph offers the perfect blend of major city vibes and a tightly knit small town. We’re only an hour’s drive from Toronto, and the GTA. GO commuter trains offer easy access. But make no mistake: Guelph is no suburb. It’s a vibrant and diverse city that embraces U of G students.

Population of 133,000

1-hour drive from Toronto

You'll find music, art, and culture festivals all year 'round!

So many restaurants from so many cultures! Check Guelph's Top 10 Restaurants on TripAdvisor!

See more of Guelph —follow @seen_in_guelph

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Fee Cost (two semesters) Notes

Tuition Bachelor of Applied Science: $30,317

Bachelor of Arts: $30,317

Bachelor of Arts and Science: $30,317

Bachelor of Bio-Resource Management: $30,317

Bachelor of Commerce: $35,959

Bachelor of Computing: $35,144

Bachelor of Engineering: $43,847

Bachelor of Indigenous Environmental Science and Practice: $30,317

Bachelor of Landscape Architecture: $39,121

Bachelor of One Health: $30,317

Bachelor of Science: $30,317

Bachelor of Science in Agriculture: $30,317

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science: $30,317

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine: $78,144

We can guarantee that your tuition rates will not increase more than 5% annually. This will allow you to plan in advance for the cost of your education.

Please refer to uoguelph.ca/registrar/ studentfinance/fees/internationalfaq for more information.

International Registrar’s Entrance Scholarships

Awarded on a competitive basis to new students entering their first semester in the Fall. Students must have a complete admission file by the final document deadline of March 1, 2023 to be considered. No scholarship application is required. Eligible students will be notified through their offer of admission.

Students offered an International Entrance Scholarship will automatically be awarded renewable amounts if all criteria are met. See uoguelph.ca/studentfin for criteria.

International In-course Scholarships

In 2020, the University of Guelph awarded more than $4.4 million in upper-year scholarships. Students must complete one full year of studies at U of G to be considered for in-course scholarships.

International In-course Bursary

Funding Your Education

University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP):

UHIP is the general health coverage for medical services such as visiting the doctor, visiting or staying in the hospital, medication while hospitalized, surgery, laboratory tests, x-rays, other diagnostic tests and other hospital services.

The U of G offers so many ways to help you make money and fund your education!

Compulsory Fees $1,525 Compulsory fees include health and dental plans, academic support, athletics, and health and counselling services.

Residence $6,225 – $9,064 housing.uoguelph.ca

Meal Plan $4,600– $6,870 hospitality.uoguelph.ca

Textbooks $1,400 Estimated cost for textbooks. Students may add a textbook plan to any meal plan for $1,000.

Personal Expenses $2,375 Estimated

Health Insurance $756 Mandatory for all international students.

TOTAL: $46,978– $65,507

Disclaimer: Fees are estimated based on the 2022/2023 academic year and are subject to change. Students should also factor in travel costs, equipment fees, and personal living expenses. Housing and food costs will vary depending on lifestyle. Meal plans are mandatory except for those living in East Village townhouses.

Co-op students pay an additional $300 per semester for academic and work semesters. Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents of Canada should consult uoguelph.ca/studentfin for tuition information.


Awarded to a top international student who is entering with academic excellence and who has made significant leadership contributions to their school and community. The total value of the scholarship is $42,000 ($8,250 annually for four years of study, plus one $9,000 stipend for a summer research assistantship position after first year). Apply by January 25, 2023. Please visit uoguelph.ca/registrar/ studentfindnance/scholarships/vaccarino for more information.

Bursaries are given to students who apply and demonstrate a financial shortfall in their study period budget; budgets include all financial resources against the cost of attendance for the study period. Academic achievement is not a consideration when awarding bursaries, however students must be registered in an academic term to receive a bursary.

International Academic Leadership Entrance Scholarship


Ten Academic Leadership Entrance Scholarships are also awarded to the top International Students who have applied for the Vaccarino President’s Scholarship but were not selected.

No separate application is necessary. Only students who have applied for the Dr. Franco J. Vaccarino President’s Scholarship by January 25, 2023 are eligible for consideration.

Co-operative Education


• work full-time during your co-op work terms

• make $500 – $1,000 CAN per week depending on your job!

Part-time Jobs

More than 4,000 on-campus jobs are available on a competitive basis. Work in one of the many campus eateries, in the athletics centre, or any of the retail locations on campus. There are many jobs available throughout the city, too. Guelph is big enough to offer lots of opportunity and small enough to get around easily! We know that part-time work is an important part of subsidizing the cost of your education.

Work Study Program


Our Work Study program creates part-time employment on campus for hundreds of students who have financial need. International students may apply for Work Study funding in their 2nd year of university.

Current Value for Fall 2022 (year 1) Annual Renewal Amount (years 2, 3, and 4) Overall 4 Year total $8,500 $4,000 $20,500 $7,500 $4,000 $19,500 $6,500 $4,000 $18,500 $5,500 $4,000 $17,500
The Dr. Franco J. Vaccarino President’s Scholarship
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• I made $63,000 through co-op placements.

• When I wasn’t in co-op, I worked part-time during my studies and made $35,000.

• I received $6,000 in need-based bursaries and $12,000 in merit-based scholarships.

• I also attended training seminars that taught me personal financial literacy.

I used the free library service to rent textbooks and saved over $2,500.
Toygar Yildirim Bachelor of Commerce, marketing management, co-op Hometown: Istanbul, Turkey High school: The Koc School Campus Involvement: Peer Helper Program, University of Guelph Ambassador, Work Study Student Current Employment: Porsche Canada
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Room Type Layouts




Living on campus.

When you live in residence at U of G, you're living in a community. Follow @UofGHousing on Instagram and check out uofghousing on YouTube for 360° videos and virtual room tours.

priority consideration

You will have priority for a space in residence (based on availability) if you submit your residence application and pay your $750 deposit by June 1, 2023.

Campus Food


South Residences

• Mountain, Prairie and Maritime Halls house 1,800 students.

• More single rooms here than any other residence.

• Co-ed

• Dining hall in Prairie

The only campus food in Canada that's picture-worthy!

North Residences

• Lambton offers suites with washrooms and kitchenettes.

• Lennox Addington has its own Starbucks.

• Johnston Hall is the most iconic building on campus.

• Arts House is where all of the bands are formed.

• Mills Hall includes a fireplace lounge.

Watson Hall is women only.

For years, we've been voted as having the best campus food of any Canadian university. Our secret? We make it all ourselves. We have a strong commitment to serving food that's good for you and for the planet too.

Checkout the hospitality website to learn more and follow @HospitalityUofG on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook for updates, menus and daily delicious posts!

East Residences

Dundas, Lanark and Glengarry are East Village is made up of townhouses, each with four private bedrooms, shared washroom, kitchen, living and dining rooms.

Your Meal Card campuscard.uoguelph.ca

Your Campus Card (ID card) is your meal card. Just tap it like a debit card to pay.throughout your journey.

Recognized as one of Ontario’s Local Food Champions

Bibimbap Chicken Shawarma Double Trouble Burger Jackfruit Burger in our #IamReusable Container Banana, Strawberry, Nutella Waffle
by Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation

200+ clubs

25,000-sq.ft. fitness Centre

Clubs and Organizations


Clubs and organizations span cultural and religious interests, media and performing arts, sports, academics and community service.

Join a student government - represent your residence hall, your academic college or the entire university!

With more than 200 clubs, we can't fit them all on one page, but here's a sample:

Canadian Asian Student Society

Contemporary Music Ensemble

Engineers Without Borders

Future Vets Club

Guelph Black Students Association

Guelph Queer Equality


• Habitat for Humanity

• Indian Students Association

• Muslim Students Association

• The African Student’s Association

• University Catholic Community

• World University Service of Canada

18,842 students particpated in intramurals in the past 3 years

20 intramural sports



Incredible facilities, indoors and out, and every sport under the sun!

= Varsity Men = Varsity Women = Intramurals



Baseball Basketball

Beach Volleyball

Bubble Soccer

35+ sports classes




Field Hockey

Figure Skating

Flag Football

Floor Hockey


20+ sports clubs

Indoor Soccer

Innertube Water Polo

Golf Hockey

Lacrosse Lobball


Nordic Skiing







Track and Field

Ultimate Frisbee



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Living your best life


No matter where

you come from or how you get here, we're going to make your Gryphon life your best life. And we start from Day 1.

Even before you arrive, we've got your back! START International is your guide to coming to U of G. Connect with other students, and get all the info you need for September!

START International


This orientation program for international students, exchange students and out-of-country Canadians helps you make connections and settle into your new home before Orientation Week begins. It features info sessions about academic life, resources to help you succeed, space to meet and connect with upper year students and staff, and campus tours and social gatherings.

Healthy mind. Healthy body.

We're committed to fostering a safe environment where everyone experiences an authentic sense of inclusion and belonging. We take swift and deliberate steps to address racism, hatred and discrimination with a particular emphasis on BIPOC racism.

Student Experience


Student Experience supports the transition and orientation needs of all students, including international First Nations, Métis and Inuit students, Black students, Students of Colour, LGBTQ2IA+ students, students of various faiths. We provide programs for you to learn about other cultures, celebrate diversity and support your personal development in leadership and in civic and global engagement.

For Your Wellness


The Vaccarino Centre for Student Wellness puts you and your wellbeing at the centre of all they do.

Helping you work at your best:

• Student Accessibility Services

• Wellness Education and Promotion Centre

• Student Health Services

• Health and Performance Centre

• Counselling Services

“The University of Guelph is a great fit for me –everyone is very welcoming and there are a lot of conversations about mental health and its importance, which really solidified my decision.

Plus, the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine program is one of the top 5 in the world! The knowledgeable and passionate professors help bring the curriculum to life; I really feel like I’m learning from the best of the best. Throughout my program and in my position as co-president of my class, I have advanced my leadership, communication, and clinical skills, and have gained hands-on practice with stateof-theart equipment that enhance my learning opportunities.”

Ulyses “Justin” Peralta Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, class of 2024 (Topaz Turtles) Hometown: Huffman, TX, USA High school: Hargrave High School Campus Involvement: class co-president, Topaz Turtles IM hockey, Topaz Turtles IM volleyball, OTS Veterinary Fraternity, DVM curriculum committee, mentor (P2P1) for Phase 1 students, Student Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Club (SVECCS), Health Sciences Center ICU summer student.


University of Guelph-Humber guelphhumber.ca/futurestudents


Why Choose the University of Guelph-Humber?

Study in Toronto, Canada. You will earn an honours degree granted from the University of Guelph and a diploma granted from Humber College, concurrently. Workplace experience is built into every program.





Honours Bachelor of Business Administration

Diploma in Business Administration

Community Social Services

Honours Bachelor of Applied Science in Community Social Services

Social Service Worker Diploma

Early Childhood Studies

Honours Bachelor of Applied Science in Early Childhood Studies

Diploma in Early Childhood Education

Justice Studies

Honours Bachelor of Applied Science in Justice Studies


Admission Requirements

Secondary School Applicants:

For international admission requirements, please refer to the University of Guelph’s admission requirement information on pages 11-16, however there are a few exceptions:

• Applying with an IB diploma: you should present a minimum score of 24. Reported bonus points will be taken into consideration. Any Higher Level or Standard Level mathematics course is an acceptable prerequisite for programs that require math.

• Applicants from India: we you will be considered based on verified 10th Standard Board results accompanied by anticipated Class 12 grades listed by subject, submitted by your school, with a minimum of 75% inclusive of subject requirements. If you apply to the Business program, you can be considered using any senior level mathematics.

How to Apply

Please have your school administrator/counsellor send your required documents, including predicted scores and official transcripts, to international@guelphhumber.ca Conditional offers of admission can be made based on predicted scores. Admission Services will provide you with a University WebAdvisor account to monitor document submission status.

Entrance Scholarships

International Student Entrance Scholarship

• Receive up to CAD $20,400 (over 4 years)

• Renewable

• First-year award ranges from CAD $2,000 to $8,500

• Automatically considered

• Eligible to receive an award of CAD $4,000 each renewal year

Tuition and Fees


Diploma in Police Foundations or Community and Justice Services


Honours Bachelor of Applied Science in Kinesiology +

Diploma in Fitness and Health Promotion

Media and Communication Studies

Honours Bachelor of Applied Arts in Media and Communication Studies

Diploma in Media Communications


Honours Bachelor of Applied Science in Psychology


January 2023 entry (Business only)

• Application Deadline: November 1, 2022

• Document Deadline: November 1, 2022

• Residence Application Deadline: November 4, 2022

September 2023 entry (all programs)

• Application Deadline: May 1, 2023

• Document Deadline: May 15, 2023

• Residence Application Deadline: June 1, 2023

International Applications

Choose one of three options to apply:

• Apply online through the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre at ouac.on.ca using the 105 application.

Diploma in General Arts and Science

Optional certificate (granted by Humber) in Intercultural Relations, Organizational Behaviour or Research Skills and Analysis

• Apply through guelphhumber.ca/futurestudents/ international-apply (if applying to only the University of Guelph-Humber)

• Apply with the Common Application at apply.commonapp.org.

Estimated Expenses (Per Year in CAD)

Tuition $30,318-$34,439

Student Fees $1,057

Health Insurance $420

On-campus Housing $7,396

Dining Plan Regular: $2,350

Medium: $2,850

Large: $3,400

TOTAL $41,541-$47,112


International applicants are given “preferred status” to help secure their room booking, however residence cannot be guaranteed. We recommend you apply for residence as soon as you receive an offer of admission, prior to the residence application deadline.

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An honours degree and diploma in 4 years!


University of Guelph

Admission Services

50 Stone Rd. E Guelph, ON, N1G 2W1 CANADA

(+1) 519-767-5024

General Inquires: internat@uoguelph.ca

Applicant Inquiries: intapps@uoguelph.ca admission.uoguelph.ca/international uofguelph.ca/cn

University of Guelph-Humber

Admission Services

207 Humber College Blvd. Toronto, ON, M9W 5L7 CANADA

(+1) 416-798 -1331 x6056

General Inquiries: international@guelphhumber.ca

Email documents to: admissions@guelphhumber.ca guelphhumber.ca/futurestudents

University of Guelph Ridgetown Campus

120 Main St. E Ridgetown, ON, N0P 2C0 CANADA

(+1) 519-674-1500

New Student Inquiries: rcampus@uoguelph.ca ridgetownc.com

Connect with us, #futuregryphon






Virtual Tours of Residence

Visit Student Housing’s YouTube page to watch virtual tours of residence: housing.uoguelph.ca/tours

Visit housing.uoguelph.ca/roomtypes to see room floor plans. Take the 360˚ room tour of the various residence rooms: housing.uoguelph.ca/360

Chat with current students and staff:

Find students in your program and students from your home country, connect with our staff! Chat with them using our online Unibuddy chat feature. admission.uoguelph.ca/chatinternational-u-g-student-and-staff

Check out upcoming virtual events: admission.uoguelph.ca/admission-information/international/ international-events

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