Canada

We've tried to provide all the information you will need if you are thinking about coming to study at Plymouth University from Canada. If you need to know anything else, you can contact our team using the details below.

Undergraduate

For undergraduate courses, you'll need one of the following Canadian certificates or diplomas to satisfy the minimum entry requirements:

  • Alberta - 65 per cent in five grade 12 subjects
  • British Columbia - 67 per cent in five grade 12 subjects
  • Manitoba - five credits at 300 level and at least 65 per cent in four subjects
  • New Brunswick - average of 65 per cent in five grade 12 subjects
  • New Foundland - average of 65 per cent in five grade 12 subjects
  • Nova Scotia - average of 65 per cent in five grade 12 subjects
  • Prince Edward Island - average of 65 per cent in five grade 12 subjects
  • Ontario - average of 60 per cent in six OACs
  • Saskatchewan - average of 65 per cent in five grade 12 subjects
  • Quebec - Diplome d'Etudes Collegiales (DEC) awarded after two years study

Visa requirements

You'll need prior entry clearance (a visa) if you're coming from Canada to study in the UK.

Contact the British High Commission to begin your visa application process as soon as you've been accepted onto your course. You'll need a CAS form (Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies), and to show that you have enough money to fund your education and living expenses in the UK. We'll send more detailed information about visa application if you're successful in securing your place at Plymouth University.

Make sure you allow time for your application to be processed.

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