If you have been admitted and have taken any Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, French Baccalaureate, GCE, or CAPE subjects during high school (secondary), you may be eligible for transfer credit. Transfer credits are assessed after admission and once we have received the official final results directly from the examining board.
Official results should be sent to:
University Admissions and Outreach 172 St. George Street Toronto, ON M5R 0A3
Students who have been granted transfer credit for AP, IB, GCE, CAPE, or French Baccalaureate subjects completed during their secondary school curriculum may choose to keep or to forfeit their credits, but once a credit has been forfeited it cannot be reinstated at a later date. If you’re considering forfeiting one or more credits we strongly encourage you to consult with your Registrar’s office early in the academic year.
Be sure to check whether your intended program considers applicants with your educational level. Certain programs, such as Rotman Commerce, do not consider applicants transferring from other post-secondary institutions.
Find out more about Transfer Credits at the different campuses and professional faculties
Find out which application you should use, depending on whether you’re a current Ontario high school student, an applicant from another Canadian province or territory, an international applicant, or in another circumstance.
When do I need to apply?
Make sure you check the Important Application Dates to find out when your application, required documents, and other supplementary documents are due.
Do I need to fill out a supplementary application or student profile?
It depends on what you’re applying to, but most programs do not require additional applications. Some programs, colleges and campuses ask students to fill out an added application or profile. You should receive an email that will indicate if you need to fill out an application, where you can find it and what the deadline is. You can also find this information by looking up your intended program’s requirements in the Program Finder.
What courses do students from outside of Canada need to apply to U of T?
If I’ve done Advanced Placement or International Baccalaureate, will I be eligible for transfer credits?
If you have completed college or university studies, AP, IB, GCE, CAPE, or French Bacc. examinations you may be eligible for transfer credit at the University of Toronto. Transfer credits are assessed after admission.
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If you are unable to begin your degree studies in the fall, you may request a one-year deferral of your offer of admission. Deferrals are not guaranteed and will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Check out further information on deferring an offer of admission.