- Obtained Ontario Secondary School Diploma
- Received 6 Grade 12 Credits, that meet the university’s program requirement.
- Passed Ontario Grade 10 Literacy Test or OLC4O Course.
- Complete at least 40 hours of community services approved by the Principal.
- IELTS 6.0-7.5; TOEFL: 80-100,(IBT), or University’s literacy proficiency test.
Student’s home school will submit student’s marks to OUAC (Ontario University Application Centre). Once the student has activated the account and completed university program choices, OUAC would submit the student’s application and marks to the university of student’s choice.
- There is no entrance exam for entering university in Canada; however, the admission criteria are generally based on student’s overall average of their 6 highest Grade 12 credits.
- Different universities and different programs have different course requirements in terms of the 6 Grade 12 credits. Normally, once the student has achieved grade requirements for the program, he or she will not have any problem obtaining admission to that program.
- Most of Canadian Universities and Colleges will require International Students, whose first language is not English or has not been studying in Canada for more than 3 years to have taken IELTS or TOEFL. To receive an early university offer, the student should submit his or her best IELTS/TOEFL result in March, and no later than mid-May. Also, some programs will require student’s Grade 12 English (ENG4U) grade to be at least 75 or write University’s English proficiency test.
- All Universities & Colleges: Fall Admission – September
- Some Universities & Colleges: Winter Admission – January, Summer Admission – May/July
Every university has a different schedule for sending offers to students. Once the student has received the acceptance offer from the desired university, he or she will need to accept the offer from the OUAC website before the deadline.
The Guidance Department at GLCT is multi-functional, helping students with their personal growth and intellectual development. The department provides course descriptions, admission requirements, calendars and videos from universities and colleges in Canada and the United States. Students are assisted in making knowledgeable choices with respect to completing applications to enter universities and colleges.
Our guidance counselors, teacher and admission officers are always available to help students with any difficulties they may experience. Students are advised as to those specific courses required for entrance to the university program of their choice. Individual study plans are developed for students, when they first arrive at our college.
During the course of a semester, the parents of each student will receive a mid-term report and a final report. The mid-term report will include a percentage mark based on the student’s work along with teacher comments. At the end of the semester, final examinations are held in each subject. The end of semester report will reflect the final course mark for the semester and will also indicate the total member of credits the student has earned in the semester and the total credits earned to date.
Students are encouraged to participate in supervised school activities such as field trips, school clubs, recreational sports, university visitations and organized travel.
To request an Ontario Student Transcript (OST), please contact the office directly: email@example.com
Please clearly state your name, when you were enrolled, when you graduated, and the student number if you still remember it.