Bishop’s University is located in Quebec, Canada. It was established in the year 1843. The University opens its applications for fall and winter, with special summer internships and sessions. The University offers pre-graduate, undergraduate, and graduate programs in a variety of disciplines. Arts and science, education, and commerce are readable areas. With an enrollment of 2000-2999 students each semester, the bishop invites applications from all over the country and around the world. It is one of the competitive places to study in Canada
|Application Portal||Online Portal|
|Application Fee||65 CAD|
|International student percentage||20%|
|Mode of Payment||Credit Card|
|Work Experience||Required for Graduate Programs|
The table tabulated below are the deadlines for admission for both undergraduate and graduate students.
|Spring||May 11||June 19|
|Summer||May 11||August 6|
The following requirements are the guideline to be considered competitive for admissions consideration. In each of the admission cycle, the University receives more applications than spaces available. Meeting the minimum posted requirements may guarantee admission.
Admission Portal: University’s official website
Admission Fee: 65 CAD
The documents can be emailed at the following address (email@example.com):
Bishop's University - Admissions Office
2600 Rs College
Sherbrooke, QC J1M1Z7
After being admitted to the university, the applicant must apply for a student visa. To apply for a permit, the applicant must show the following documents :
All applicants must prove their English proficiency, regardless of their citizenship. Citizens who have completed their studies in Canada are required to provide high school transcripts / Quebec codes to record their proficiency.
Immigrants who do not have high school experience in Canada should change the scores of standardized tests:
|Cambridge English (Proficiency)||C|
|Cambridge English (Advanced)||C|
|Pearson Test of English (PTE)||61|
The bishop offers undergraduate admissions in many fields. The basic admission requirements are the same for all applicants, however, each course dictates its criteria.
Application Portal: Bishop University Application Portal
Application fee: 65 CAD
Undergraduate And Graduate Academic Requirements:
Here are all the documents to be executed during the application:
Bishop offers Thesis-based Masters and Course-based Masters degrees in Computer Science, Physics, Education, Business, and Climate Change.
Dr. Stefan Bruda
While different programs have separate requirements, here are the common prerequisites that must be met by all the applicants.
|Programs||Application Portal||Transcripts||Letter of Recommendation||GRE/ GMAT||Statement of research interests|
|MSc Applicants||Online Application||Required||Required||Optional||Required|
|MEd and MA Applicants||Online Application||Required||2 LORs Required||Optional||Required|
|Micro-Program in Climate Change||Online Application||Required||Required||Optional||Required|
|Graduate Certificate in Business||Online Application||Required||Required||Optional||Required|
Admission to Bishop University is competitive. With each admissions cycle, Bishop University receives more applications than there are available. Meeting the minimum requirements posted does not guarantee admission. Applicants who do not meet the posted requirements may be considered on a personal basis.
Once all the necessary documents are available, the University reviews the applications on a rolling basis to indicate that the Admissions Office will complete the initial assessment within 10 business days.
After applying, the applicant receives an email with login information to access the MyBU portal, which tracks the status of the application.
Ques. Can I still accept my admission offer?
Ans. Yes. We understand that these are difficult times, and choosing the latter secondary option can be stressful at the best of times. So, as an exception, we will accept confirmations until July 17, 2020.
Ques. I am an international student; If I choose to do my entire semester away, do I need a CAQ / study permit to study in Bishop?
Ans. International students unable to travel to Canada in September are allowed to join the bishop as a full-time student and take distance studies. Study permission is not required to start and complete research projects outside Canada. However, this time the postgraduate work permit program (PGWP) eligibility or the length of the offered PGWP cannot be calculated.
Ques. Can I take my fall 2020 semester courses remotely?
Ans. We provide a great experience for all of our students, including chatting and a supportive and supportive environment. The university is currently preparing to offer a rich educational program for students who participate in distance learning.Whether in person or remotely, all students will be provided with high quality and engaging instruction with significant interaction with their professors and peers.
Ques. Can I take my fall 2020 semester courses in person?
Ans. We offer a great experience for all of our students, which is uniquely and virtually an engaging and supportive environment, and we offer as many unique classes as possible for students who want to be on and off-campus. Whether attending in person or online, high quality and engaging instruction will be provided to all students with significant interaction with their professors and peers.
Ques. If I am an international student and I am attending live studies, what isolation protocol should I follow?
Ans. Students are expected to follow guidelines set by state health authorities.
Ques. What will be the social-distance and security policies on campus for the fall semester?
Ans. We cannot guarantee that no one will contract COVID-19. However, we are committed to the health and safety of the Bishop’s community and will follow the advice of Quebec’s public health authorities in determining how to control the spread of the virus on our campus. To minimize the risk to others, everyone on campus will be responsible for adhering to all health guidelines and should expect these to be strictly enforced. Individual classes will be held in the classrooms, which will honor the physical distance of public health officials.
Ques. Can I live in campus dormitories?
Ans. Yes. In the academic year 2020/21, we will only offer single rooms in campus residential buildings. All students living on campus will have a reserved washroom in the BOG or suite-style residential buildings with a semi-private washroom or traditional-style dwelling. Students living in traditional-style residential buildings must ensure that they use only the reserved washroom.
Ques. Are residential dorms guaranteed?
Ans. Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 situation, the university had to reduce its residency, and the university could no longer guarantee on-campus housing for any applications received after June 1, 2020. Residential Services will recruit students and will apply on a first-come, first-served basis after June 1, 2020. We will treat your application as complete only after receiving both your application and deposit. The date of your complete application is the date used to determine the residential priority.
Ques. My situation has changed and I can no longer attend the bishop - what happens to my confirmation deposit?
Ans. Between the time of accepting the offer with a fee (CAD 350), there is a refund policy, including until August 31, which allows the applicant to refund C100 CAD (CAD 250 is non-refundable). From September 1, the CAD 350 will not be completely refunded.
Ques. My situation has changed and I can no longer attend the bishop - what should I do?
Ans. Inform the Admissions Office of your status change. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.