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University of Guelph- Canada: How to Apply: Tuition and Fee

A study in Canada can be a fascinating idea for some international students. There’re quite interesting universities in Canada, one of its kind is the university of Guelph.

University of Guelph, is one of the highly ranked universities in Canada. Canada, no doubt is one of the choiced places to study at. International students considering an abroad education to university of Guelph, Canada, are to read this article to know what it takes to study here.

The University of Guelph (U of G) is a comprehensive public research university in Guelph, Ontario, Canada. It was established in 1964 after the amalgamation of Ontario Agricultural College, the MacDonald Institute, and the Ontario Veterinary College, and has since grown to an institution. The U of G, offers 94 undergraduate degrees, 48 graduate programs, and 6 associate degrees in many different disciplines.

The University of Guelph has various study programs. Whichever you are going for, read through this piece to get the information you seek for on the admission processes.

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How to apply( Graduate program)

For admission to graduate study at the University of Guelph, applicants must present the required documents listed below. Some programs may have additional admission requirements. Be sure to review the program/department website for detailed information.

 

Required Documents

  • Transcript
  • CV/Resume
  • English language requirements
  • Finatial sponsor
  • GRE and GMAT
  • Portfolio
  • References
  • Statement of research
  • Suplemental documents
  • Writing sample(s)
Master’s Degree
  • Four year Honours degree, or equivalent
  • Recognized post-secondary institution
  • Minimum B- average (last two years of full-time equivalent study)

Doctoral Degree

  • Completed a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree
  • Recognized post-secondary institution
  • Minimum B average in their Master’s program (department may require higher standing)
  • Demonstrated strong potential for research.

Applicants who hold the DVM degree (or equivalent) and who are applying to the DVSc program must have achieved an overall average standing of at least high second-class honours (‘B’ standing) in their program

Provision For References

Additional Admission Requirements

Some departments may have additional or higher admission qualifications. We recommend that you visit the departmental website or contact the department directly for program specific admission requirements.

English Proficiency

If your first language is not English, you will be required to submit the results of a standardized language test. Please review the English language test chart for acceptable tests and required scores.

Upgrading Information

Applicants who do not meet the minimum admission average or do not hold the appropriate degree, must complete additional courses in order to be considered for admission to a graduate program at the University of Guelph. Review the upgrading website for more information.

International Tuition & Fees

MA/MSc/MASc (does not include executive programs i.e. MA (Leadership)

Cost-$19,525

non-MA/MSc/MASc

Cost-$20,110

PhD

Cost- $18,732

Student Fees

Cost- $1,665

*Important note: Fees are subject to change.

Housing

Students accomodation most times is served on first come bais. For students who prefer school hostels, it is important you apply on time. Students have a variety of affordable housing options. On-campus graduate students may choose to live in a one or two bedroom apartment or a graduate house and graduate students who have families may choose to live in one of 200 competitively priced townhouse units. Off-campus, there are many reasonably priced housing options for students to choose from, including individual rooms, apartments and houses.

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