Undergraduate Admission, Queen's University, Canada

Which Applicant Type Am I

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Which Applicant Type Am I?

Which Applicant Type Am I?

Canadian High School Student

You are attending or have recently graduated from a Canadian high school program in Canada, or abroad.

International High School Student

  • You are not a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada.
  • You are not currently attending a Canadian high school program (in Canada or abroad).
  • You are currently studying or have studied outside of Canada.

QBridge Applicant

You are a high school student who is academically competitive for admission to a Queen's undergraduate degree program, but did not meet the required admission standard for English language proficiency. By applying to the QBridge English Language bridging pathway program, you will have the chance to enhance your English proficiency. After completing either the full-year or summer accelerated program, you will be prepared to begin your undergraduate study at Queen’s.

Learn more about QBridge

University Transfer Applicant

Students who have attempted a minimum 24.0 units (or equivalent) at another accredited university or college with a university transfer program at the undergraduate level.

24.0 Queen’s units are typically 4 full-year courses (one course taken over two terms) or 8 one-term only courses.

Learn more about university transfer

College Student

Ontario community college students who who have graduated or will be graduating from a three-year diploma program.

CEGEP Student

CEGEP students who are in the final year of three-year professional/career programs who will be receiving their DEC; graduates of a three-year CEGEP professional/career programs who have their DEC.

Internal University Transfer Applicant

You are interested in transferring between faculties at Queen's University. For example, you if you are a student within the Faculty of Arts and Science and you are looking to transfer into the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, you are considered an internal faculty transfer applicant.

Re-admission Applicant

You are applying to Queen’s University following a withdrawal ruling – or – you are applying for re-admission to the same academic program after withdrawing in good academic standing.

Dual Degree Applicant

You are in progress for a primary degree and wish to attain a secondary degree. This allows Queen's students to concurrently complete degree requirements for programs in two different faculties or schools at Queen's University. One of Commerce, Engineering or Nursing is the primary program, with a secondary program being a Bachelor of Arts (general) or Bachelor of Science (general). A Dual Degree program will usually take at least five years of study.

Second Degree Applicant

You have completed an undergraduate degree from Queen’s University or from another university and wish to complete a second undergraduate degree in the Faculty of Arts and Science, either on campus or through distance studies. In order to be considered for admission to a second degree program, the desired second-degree plan must have capacity to accept students and the combination of the first and second-degree plans must be academically viable, meaning the two degree plans are significantly different.

Part-time Transfer Applicant

You are currently seeking a degree with a course load of three classes or less for another institution. Applicants from other post-secondary institutions are able to apply for a part-time degree program on campus to the Faculty of Arts and Science or to the School of Computing. Please keep in mind that it is recommended you apply as a full-time student as you have more flexibility to take as little or as many courses as you like at a time. However, if you are enrolled as a part-time student you are restricted to a course load of three courses or less.

Part-time Applicant

You are currently seeking a degree with a course load of three classes or less. Please keep in mind that as a full-time student you have more flexibility to take as little or as many courses as you like, however if you are enrolled as a part-time student you are restricted to a course load of three courses or less.

Winter Applicant

You are seeking admission for January as an Engineering and Applied Science transfer student. This mode of admission is not available for first-year entry as a Canadian or international student. The application will be open from October 1 to December 1. You must apply using the Online Application Form.

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Summer Applicant

You are seeking admission for May as an Arts and Science transfer student. This mode of admission is not available for Canadian or international secondary students. The application will be open from January 1 to March 31. You must apply using the Online Application Form.

Learn more about university transfer

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