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With the rapidly changing environment regarding COVID-19, EducationPlannerBC is committed to providing students, parents and educators with information from post-secondary institutions as quickly as possible. Please note that if you have applied for admission to the Fall 2020 term, institutions are continuing to review applications but given the current health situation, it may take a little longer than usual for a response.
Our Helpdesk will remain available to answer any questions or concerns regarding applications.
Please find links to post-secondary institution websites regarding their response on COVID-19 in our FAQs.
Please find the Ministry of Education regular updates regarding COVID-19 here: Safe & Healthy Schools.
Applications are submitted externally through the UVic website.
Admission for BC High School graduates:
1.Completion of the following courses:
Grade 11 Courses
Grade 12 Courses
1. All applicants to UVic (regardless of country of origin or citizenship status) are required to demonstrate competence in the English language prior to admission. You can choose one of several ways to demonstrate language proficiency.
You are not required to provide proof of language proficiency if you have studied full time for at least four years within Canada at the high school and/or post-secondary level, and all of your instruction has been in English.
2. Admission averages are calculated using all required Grade 12 courses for entry to a program. For more details, including admission requirements for all applicant categories, see the UVic admissions site.
Applicants also have to satisfy UVic's institution admission requirements as listed below.
One of the following (minimum scores):
Verify with the institution directly
For students directly entering an undergraduate program after high school, admission is based on four academic courses.
English Language Requirement - You must have proficiency in English at a level suitable for your desired program.
Information on admission requirements for BC post-secondary transfer students can be found here.
Information on admission requirements for transfer students can be found on this page by selecting 'transferring from another college or university' and select the type of institution you are transferring from.
Training in a program like this one can lead to different careers. Related occupations are presented to show potential career options, not definite outcomes.
Follow the links to learn more about these careers on WorkBC's career profiles.