Students wanting to attend an Ontario University need to, at minimum, meet program entry requirements. Students are strongly encouraged to begin researching programs and schools of interest during their grade 10 year. It is highly recommended that students and parents/guardians familiarize themselves with the application process, important dates, campus visits, and scholarships and financial aid.
Students should visit university websites (www.myblueprint.ca, http://www.electronicinfo.ca/ to learn about programs and admission requirements.
A list of collaborative (joint) programs offered by Ontario universities in collaboration with Ontario colleges can be accessed here.
This year's Ontario Universities Fair will take place September 25 to 27, 2015, 10am-5pm daily at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. The OUF is a free event where you can interact with representative from all 21 Ontario universities under one roof.
University Application Instructions
FAQs - University Applications
APPLYING TO UNIVERSITY IN ONTARIO
Students applying to an Ontario University applything through www.ouac.on.ca .
The following presentation will help assist you as you apply to post secondary programs offered at Ontario Universities: Applying to Ontario Universities
If you plan on pplying to an Ontario university and have been in Canada for less than 5 years, you may be required to write an English Language Proficiency Test (i.e. TOEFL)
— Post secondary application will not be considered until test results have been received
— Research now (test dates, locations, times)
— Complete the online practice test
VISIT: http://www.ets.org/ for more information about test dates and locations
eINFO is a guide to Ontario universities for secondary school students and guidance counsellors. Its mandate is to provide students and guidance counsellors with information about university programs, admission requirements and additional resources. eINFO should be used as a starting point for researching university options.
Ontario Universities' Application Centre (OUAC) processes applications for admissions to university programs. Potential university students can utilize this site to research university programs of interest and to apply to Ontario university programs.
Learn the most direct routes to your goals through Ontario's colleges and universities. A simple tutorial shows how to find your best pathways and save them for future reference. You'll also find clearly explained facts about these institutions, including their different credentials, to help make sense of the system.
Ontario University Fair
Provides potential students with the opportunity to tak with university students, professors and senior university reps, get answers about programs, admission requirements, student life and much more.