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Huron University College offers over 70 bachelor's program combinations through its Faculty of Arts and Social Science and Faculty of Theology.

Applicants interested in the Master's-level courses and degrees, post-degree and non-degree programs offered by the Faculty of Theology should visit Admission Requirements and How Do I Apply for each degree (MDiv, MTS, non-degree).  Bachelor of Theology program admission requirements are included below.
  • General Requirements

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  • Program/OUAC Code
    Required Courses
    Recommended Courses
    Economics (EHO)
    Senior Matriculation English (Academic)
    Senior Matriculation Math (Academic)
    English (EHO)
    Senior Matriculation English (Academic)

    French (EHA)
    Senior Matriculation English (Academic)

    Global Studies (EHO)
    Senior Matriculation English (Academic)
    Language course
    History (EHO)
    Senior Matriculation English (Academic)
    Management and Organizational
    Studies (EHD)
    Senior Matriculation English (Academic), Senior Matriculation Math (Academic)

    Philosophy (EHA)
    Senior Matriculation English (Academic)
    Political Science (EHO)
    Senior Matriculation English (Academic)
    Psychology (EHO)
    Senior Matriculation English (Academic), Senior Matriculation Math (Academic)
    Theology (EHT)
    Senior Matriculation English (Academic)

  • English Proficiency

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  • English Language Proficiency

    If you have not studied for a minimum of three years (including the final year) in an institution where the principal language of instruction is English, you are required to submit a satisfactory English Language Proficiency test score. Huron requires one of the following:

    Test
    Minimum Score Required
    TOEFL (CBT)
    550, with TWE of 5
    TOEFL (iBT)
    83, with no less than 20 on any section
    MELAB 85, with no less than 80 on any section
    IELTS 6.5, with no less than 6.0 on any section
    CAEL 60, with no less than 60 on any section

    Level 5 of Fanshawe’s International English as a Second Language Program:
    Completion of Level 5 of Fanshawe’s International English as a Second Language program can be considered for admission for applicants requiring English proficiency. A minimum of 80% in all five levels of the programs must be attained. For more information, please visit: http://www.fanshawec.ca/programs-courses/international/new-applicants/university-application

    ILAC’s High Advanced Level:
    Completion of ILAC’s High Advanced Level can be considered for admission for applicants requiring English proficiency. For more information, please visit: http://www.ilac.com/en-ca/

    ELS’s Level 110 or Level 112:
    Completion of ELS’s Level 110 (with conditions) or Level 112 can be considered for admission for applicants requiring English proficiency. For more information, please visit: http://www.els.edu/en

    London Language Institute ESL University Preparation Program:
    Completion of the London Language Institute ESL University Preparation Program can also be considered for admission for applicants requiring English proficiency. For more information, please visit: http://www.llinstitute.com/

    Western's English Language Centre:
    Completion of the highest advanced level at the English Language Centre at Western University may be used as proof of English Language proficiency.  For more information, please visit: http://www.englishlanguage.uwo.ca/


  • Ontario Secondary Schools

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    • Information on Applying to Huron University College

        How to Apply

        Ontario Secondary School Admission Requirements


        Please note: all programs at Huron require ENG4U with a minimum grade of 70%.
        Program/OUAC Code
        Required Courses
        Recommended Courses
         Economics (EHO)
         ENG4U
         MHF4U and MCV4U and/or
        Math taken at university
         English (EHO)
         ENG4U
         
         French (EHA)
         ENG4U  
         Global Studies (EHO)
         ENG4U  Language course
         History (EHO)
         ENG4U  
         Management and Organizational
        Studies (EHD)
         ENG4U, two of MHF4U,
        MCV4U or MDM4U
         MCV4U recommended
         Philosophy (EHA)
         ENG4U  
         Political Science (EHO)
         ENG4U  
         Psychology (EHO)
         ENG4U  MHF4U is highly recommended
         Theology (EHT)
         ENG4U  

        Entrance Averages


        Program Name
        OUAC Code
        Anticipated Cut-Off
        Arts EHA 80-82
        Management and
        Organizational Studies
        EHD 80-82
        Social Science
        EHO 80-82
        Theology EHT 80-82

        Basis and Timing of Offers


        All offers of admission are conditional upon:

        •    successful completion of the OSSD;
        •    obtaining a minimum of 70% in ENG4U;
        •    maintaining a minimum final average as stated in the offer of admission letter (including any required courses).

        Huron will begin making early offers of admission, residence and scholarships in late March. At this point, admission averages for non-semestered schools will be calculated using mid-term grades from the applicant's best six 4U and 4M courses, including any required courses. For semestered schools, admission averages will be calculated using a minimum of three final 4U and 4M grades and registration in additional courses to total six, including any required courses.
        Conditional offers of admission will continue to be made as updated grades are submitted to the OUAC (Ontario Universities' Application Centre) in April and May. Beginning in May, all admission averages will be calculated on the applicant's best six 4U and 4M mid-term and/or final grades, including any required courses. Additional final offers of admission will continue to be made throughout June and the summer months, based on final grades and summer grades, as space permits.

         

        Frequently Asked Questions

         

      • Other Canadian Provinces

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      • Information on Applying to Huron University College

        How to Apply


        Other Canadian Provinces Admission Requirements:

        Program/OUAC Code
        Required Courses
        Recommended Courses
        Economics (EHO)
        Senior Matriculation English (Academic)
        Senior Matriculation Math (Academic)
        English (EHO)
        Senior Matriculation English (Academic)

        French (EHA)
        Senior Matriculation English (Academic)

        Global Studies (EHO)
        Senior Matriculation English (Academic)
        Language course
        History (EHO)
        Senior Matriculation English (Academic)
        Management and Organizational
        Studies (EHD)
        Senior Matriculation English (Academic), Senior Matriculation Math (Academic)

        Philosophy (EHA)
        Senior Matriculation English (Academic) Language Course
        Political Science (EHO)
        Senior Matriculation English (Academic)
        Psychology (EHO)
        Senior Matriculation English (Academic), Senior Matriculation Math (Academic)
        Theology (EHT)
        Senior Matriculation English (Academic)































        Specific grade 12 courses as required for the particular program of study.
        Grade 12 English (academic) with a minimum grade of 70%.
        Click here for our National Admission Chart  

        CEGEP
        A conditional offer of admission can be made on 6 courses for a one-year CEGEP and 12-18 courses for a two-year CEGEP. Applicants from CEGEP who have completed a full DEC may be eligible for advanced credit.


        Entrance Averages

        Program Name
        OUAC Code
        Anticipated Cut-Off
        Arts EHA 80-82
        Management and
        Organizational Studies
        EHD 80-82
        Social Science
        EHO 80-82
        Theology EHT 80-82

        Early conditional offers of admission may be made to applicants with exceptional grades in one full completed term of grade 12 coursework with registration in additional courses to meet minimum requirements for your province, including any required courses. Additional conditional offers will continue to be made as more grade information is provided. Applicants are encouraged to send transcripts (directly to the Admissions Office at Huron) for review as soon as they have completed one full term/semester.

        Self Reported Grades Form

         Applicants who have completed the first term of grade 12 may use this form to submit their grades. Please note that final grades will be required from their secondary school in July. All conditions for admission must be met.

        Frequently Asked Questions

      • International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma

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      • International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma

        Students who complete the IB Diploma in addition to their Secondary School Diploma will first be assessed for admission based on their grade 12 academic courses, as reported through the Ontario Universities' Application Centre. It is the responsibility of the student to send the IB Diploma scores directly to the Admissions Office at Huron University College.

        Requirements for Applicants Completing an IB Diploma

        • IB Diploma with a minimum of six subjects (including a minimum of three at the higher level);
        • A minimum score of 28, with no less than a 4 on any subject;
        • Any required courses specific to the program of study (see chart below);
        • Transfer credit to be considered on a case-by-case basis for students presenting grades of 5 or better on higher level subjects.

      • Advanced Placement (AP) Courses

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      • Advanced Placement (AP) Courses

        AP applicants must present the official College Board examination results to be considered for advanced standing credit.

        Final grade of 4 or 5 is required to grant credit.
        Huron University College will grant a maximum of two credits.

        For more information about AP course equivalencies, please visit Western University website.

        Our Institution Code is 0984.

      • Applicants from Colleges

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      • Information on Applying to Huron University College


        How to Apply

        To be considered for admission to first-year, applicants from a college must present one of the following:

        • Minimum cumulative average of at least 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale in a two or three-year Diploma program
        • Minimum cumulative average of at least 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale in a one-year General Arts and Science Certificate program 

        Transfer Credit


        Applicants from a college who have completed a two-year or three-year diploma with a cumulative average of 3.0 or better will be considered for transfer credit (advanced standing) to a maximum of 5.0 courses or a full first year.

        College FAQ's

      • Applicants from Universities

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      • Information on Applying to Huron University College


        How to Apply

        If you have attended another university, you will be considered for admission as a transfer student provided that you have achieved a minimum overall average of B- (70%) in all previous university studies with no extensive academic difficulty, and you have graduated from high school or equivalent with an acceptable academic average.

        If you are attending university and are in first year, you will be considered for admission based on your final transcript. If you are in second year or higher, you will be considered for conditional admission on the basis of a mid-year transcript.

        Students without a high school diploma and who are not 21 years of age or older must have credit in at least five full university-level courses in order to be considered for admission.

        Huron will assess transfer credit at the same time that we assess your application for admission. Academic courses in which a grade of C or 60% was achieved will be reviewed for transfer credit. Courses must be deemed to be at the first year university level or above to be eligible to transfer. Courses deemed equivalent to secondary school courses will not transfer but may be considered for prerequisite purposes by the appropriate department.

        Students wishing to come to Huron as a Visiting Student on a letter of permission from their home institution should visit the Western Visiting Students Website

        University Transfer FAQ's



      • Mature Students

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      • Applicants who do not meet the minimum academic requirements for admission to the university may be eligible for consideration as mature students if they meet the mature applicant requirements. Failure to account for all post secondary work attempted may result in the cancellation of admission and/or registration.

        Mature students are normally considered for part-time admission (maximum of three full courses between September and April).

        To qualify as a mature student an applicant must:

        • be 21 years of age or older (in the calendar year in which admission is sought)
        • have no (other) academic basis of admission
        • be a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident
        • not have been in full-time attendance at an educational institution in the past 4 years.

         How to apply

        Mature Students FAQs

      • Home Schooled/Unschooled

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      • Information on Applying to Huron University College

        How to Apply

        Huron accepts applications from homeschooled and unschooled applicants on both a full-time or part-time basis. Applicants should contact the Admissions office to discuss their application.

        FAQs for Home Schooled Applicants

      • Accessibility

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      • Please contact Meagan Vande Vooren (mvande7@uwo.ca) or call at 519-438-7224 ext. 207 if you require information in an alternate format, or if any other arrangements can make this opportunity accessible to you. For more information, please visit Huron's Accessibility Website