Tyndale University Online Application

Tyndale University Online Application

Admissions Requirements For High School Students

You are a current or recently graduated student from a high school within Canada. This is the place for you! Check below to find your province or territory admission requirements. If you meet these requirements, start your application today.

The process is really easy and we are here to help. To find out more about Tyndale you can explore the different programs, Tyndale student life, or you can connect with one of our Admissions Counsellors — they can answer any questions you may have. We are here to make this experience fast and simple, to assist you in pursuing your passions.

Canadian High School Student Admissions Requirements

Ontario

OSSD with an overall average of 65%

Minimum 65% in ENG4U

5 other Grade 12U or M courses (If you have more than 5 courses other than ENG4U, the top 5 marks are combined with ENG4U)

Alberta, Nunavut, Northwest Territories

Graduate from high school or equivalent with a university preparatory program

Must include English 30 and 4 additional academic 30 level subjects with a minimum overall average of 65%

British Columbia and the Yukon Territory

Graduate from high school or equivalent with a university preparatory program

Must include English 12 and 3 additional Grade 12 academic subjects with a minimum overall average of 65%

Tyndale no longer requires optional provincial exams as an admission requirement. When a student elects to write an optional Grade 12 provincial exam, the higher of the school mark or the blended grade will be used to calculate their admission average.

Students must write provincial exams in any subject where it is mandatory in order to meet BC graduation program requirements.

Manitoba

Graduate from high school or equivalent with a university preparatory program

Minimum overall average of 65% in 5 academic S, G, or U courses, 1 of which must be English 40S

New Brunswick

High School Graduate Certificate

Minimum overall average of 65% in 5 academic (university-preparatory) Grade 12 courses, including English 120 or 122

Newfoundland and Labrador

Senior High School Graduation Certificate.

Minimum overall average of 65% in 10 credits at the 3000 level, including English 3201

Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia Graduation Certificate

Minimum overall average of 65% in 5 academic or advanced Grade 12 courses, including English 12 ACAD

Prince Edward Island

High School Graduation Certificate

Minimum overall average of 65% in 5 academic Grade 12 courses at the 611 or 621 level, including English 611 or 621

Québec

Minimum overall average of 65% in 12 academic semester courses (one year) in a university preparation program (DEC) in CEGEP, including 2 English courses – 603 level

Extra courses will be assessed for transfer credit. Applicants with the DEC may be awarded up to one full year of transfer credit

Saskatchewan

Graduate from high school or equivalent with a university preparatory program

Minimum overall average of 65% in English A30 and 4 additional academic 30 level subjects.

Admissions Requirements For Mature Students

You are at least 21 years old and have not attended an educational institution for at least 2 years. This is the place for you! Besides the below qualifications to be a mature student, your admission will be based on the high school admission requirements. If you do not meet the regular academic admission requirements, contact us as you may still be eligible for special consideration. If you meet these requirements, start your application today. The process is really easy and we are here to help.

To find out more about Tyndale you can explore the different programs, Tyndale student life, or you can
connect with one of our Admissions Counsellors — they can answer any questions you may have. We are here to make this experience fast and easy, to assist you in pursuing your passions.

Mature Student Qualifications

Be at least 21 years of age by the beginning of the semester that you are applying for (please submit a copy of your birth certificate). 

Have been away from full-time attendance at an educational institution for a minimum of two years. 

Be a citizen, permanent resident or landed immigrant of Canada. 

Demonstrate the likelihood of success in university-level studies by completing a written entrance exam (if you need accommodation for this exam, please contact accessibilityservice@tyndale.ca prior to writing it).

Have completed less than 12 credit hours at any post-secondary institution.

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