International High School
If you’re currently studying outside Canada – or if your most recent academic experience was outside Canada – you can find the relevant country or educational system in the International Admission Requirements section to determine your minimum admission requirements. All applicants are required to present a senior-level/Grade 12 English course for admission consideration. Other prerequisite courses must be presented at the senior/Grade 12 equivalent level. Use our Program Finder to see if there are additional, program-specific requirements for your intended program of study.
If you are a Canadian who is living and/or studying outside of Canada, please visit our Canadians Abroad page for more information.
Conditional offers of admission will be made based on your previous year’s grades and your in-term/mid-term results, if available. You must submit all required documents by the published document deadline for your program(s) of interest. If you do not qualify on the basis of your interim results, it is unlikely that we will be able to reassess your application when final grades are received; however, if space is available in the program of your choice, we may reconsider your application.
Find the requirements to common curricula:
- International Baccalaureate
- U.S.-Patterned Education
- British-Patterned Education
- French Baccalaureate
- Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE)
Find the requirements from your home country’s curricula:
If your first language is not English, find out more about English Language Requirements.
U of T considers home-schooled applicants. If you are applying as a home-schooled student, be sure that your application includes the following:
- a letter stating that you have been home-schooled;
- complete course outlines;
- complete list of textbooks used;
- explanation of the methods by which you were evaluated;
- samples of your written work;
- relevant details of any independent evaluations, including transcripts, if applicable;
- official results of any standardized tests taken such as SAT Reasoning Tests, SAT Subject Tests or Advanced Placement Exams;
- If you are applying to a science or commerce/management program, completion of Advanced Placement exams/SAT Subject Tests in prerequisite subjects is strongly recommended.
If you wish to take courses to qualify for admission to a graduate program or other professional program, you may wish to consider applying as a non-degree applicant.
If you have already applied and received an email acknowledgement from us, please check the status of your application at join.utoronto.ca or the Engineering Applicant Portal for a complete list of documents required to complete your application.
Search our minimum admission requirements for all jurisdictions. Please note that admission to the university is competitive and meeting minimum requirements does not guarantee admission.