Transfer credit for studies completed during secondary school
You are required to submit official results if you have taken any of these examinations. Students who are admitted may be awarded transfer credit if the results specified below are achieved:
- Advanced Placement examinations with a score of 4 or 5
- International Baccalaureate Higher Level subjects with a minimum grade of 5
- French Baccalaureate subjects with a minimum grade of 11 in the three subjects with the highest co-efficient
- General Certificate of Education (U.K., Singapore) Advanced Level subjects with a minimum grade of B or Cambridge Pre-U Principal Subjects with a minimum grade of M2
- Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination academic subjects with a minimum grade of B/II
- Hong Kong Advanced Level academic subjects with a minimum grade of C
Transfer Credit for Post-secondary (university or college) Studies
Transfer credits for studies completed at any recognized post-secondary institution will be assessed after admission and once all necessary documentation has been received.
Faculty of Arts and Science – St. George Campus
University of Toronto Mississauga
University of Toronto Scarborough
Transfer students to Professional Programs (Applied Science and Engineering; Architecture, Landscape, and Design; Kinesiology and Physical Education; Music; Nursing)
As of 2013
The University of Toronto has joined with the following six Ontario Universities to make it easier for students to get credit for courses already completed. Students who have completed any first year, arts and science degree course at McMaster University, Queen’s University, University of Guelph, University of Ottawa, University of Waterloo, or Western University, with a minimum grade of 60%, are assured of general, first year credit upon admission to any University of Toronto Arts and Science division (University of Toronto Mississauga, University of Toronto Scarborough, and the Faculty of Arts and Science on the St. George campus).
Among the 7-member University Credit Transfer Consortium, we will grant specific course credit for more than 30 of the most popular and highly subscribed first year foundational courses. Consortium members are committed to ensuring that all courses within our degrees meet the standards of high quality and that our foundational courses adequately prepare for more focused learning in higher years. Completing any of these foundational courses at any Consortium member university will count towards program prerequisite requirements in the same way that the corresponding U of T course would count, subject to meeting grade requirements.