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Glendon College Admissions 2020-2021, Requirements, Deadlines & Visa Process

Sakshi Gupta Sakshi Gupta
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Applicants aiming to apply for undergraduate courses at Glendon College can apply through the official website. The college enrolls around 30,000 students every year. The academic sessions begin in the Fall and Winter seasons. Currently, the admissions for the Fall session (September) and the winter session (January) are open to freshmen applicants.

  • During fall 2018, they enrolled a total of 2,700 students.
  • The student-faculty ratio is 26:1
  • International students come from 100 countries around the world.
Application PortalOnline Portal
Application Fee (non-refundable)N/A
Mode of PaymentOnline
Academic CalendarSemester-based
Intake SeasonsFall and Winter seasons
Financial AidGrants, loans, work-study, and Scholarships

Glendon College Admissions Deadline

The full-time academic session at Glendon College begins in the Fall and Winter seasons. The students may apply up to one year in advance for early decision. Currently, the admission process for the Fall session (September) and the winter session (January) are ongoing.

Early AdmissionFall session: March 6, June 12
Winter session: November 25
RegularFall session: March 6, June 12
Winter session: November 25

Application Submission Requirements

Students applying for various programs at the Glendon College must submit the ones listed below:

  • Online application and application fee
  • Official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions.
  • Letter/resume.
  • English proficiency test scores.
  • Statement of Intent/Statement of Purpose
  • College/ University course descriptions

English Language Requirements

Students must have proof of their English language proficiency by providing scores of any one of the following tests given below, to be eligible for admission at Glendon College.

Test NameMinimum Score Required
YELT (Overall band)1-5

Visa Process

  • Students must apply for a study permit from outside Canada before moving to Canada to study. They can either apply online or by paper application.
  • Applicants are required to provide the following documents to receive the study permit as a part of the visa process:
    • Copy of valid passport
    • Proof of financial support
    • UCI (if applicable)
    • Designated Learning Institution (DLI)
    • Letter of Acceptance.
    • Evidence of English Language proficiency.
    • Medical certificate.
  • Complete an online application with an application fee of CAD $150.
  • Applicants are then required to attend the nearest visa application center.
  • Post your documents to the Canadian Embassy once the confirmation is given.

Glendon College Undergraduate Admissions

Glendon College enrolls numerous students each year in their undergraduate programs. The admission requirements and eligibility criteria for undergraduate courses are given below:

How to Apply: The students have to apply through the official website.

Application Fees: N/A

When to Apply: Application deadlines for International undergraduates are:

Fall session: March 6 (early) and June 12.

Winter session: November 25

Academic Requirements: Official Transcripts, English Proficiency test scores, recommendation letter/resume, college/university course description, minimum overall average of 2.3 on a 4-point scale (C+/65% or equivalent).

Supporting Documents: Approved financial bank statement, Evidence of sufficient financial funds or sponsor.

Glendon College Graduate Admissions

Glendon College offers graduate programs to prospective applicants. Students can apply via the respective school’s website. Each program’s requirements, deadlines and admission procedure differs from the other.

Academic Requirements for concerned Students: Applicants must submit TOEFL/IELTS Academic scores along with official transcripts from their previous University.

Financial Aid: Student loans, work-study, and Scholarships.

Name of the offered programsApplication deadlineAcademic Requirements
Conference Interpreting- MCIFall session: March 6 (early) & June 12
Winter session: November 25
An undergraduate degree from an accredited post-secondary institution, a grade point average of B in the final two years of full-time study.
Public and International Affairs- MPIAFall session: March 6 (early) & June 12
Winter session: November 25
An honors undergraduate degree program or equivalent from an accredited post-secondary institution,
a minimum grade point average of B+ in the final two years of study.
Translation Studies-MAFall session: March 6 (early) & June 12
Winter session: November 25
An honors degree or equivalent, a minimum of a B average in the last two years of full-time equivalent study and
an average of B in a series of undergraduate courses (qualifying programs)

Supporting Documents: Personal statement, a current resume/CV, Letter of recommendation, English language proficiency, Research essay, a valid visa, photocopy of passport, evidence of sufficient funds.

The admissions office of the Glendon College reviews each application critically. Admissions are offered to students on the basis of their academic excellence, official test scores, supporting documents and on-time application submission. Also, these are suggested deadlines, based on the time required to obtain a study permit. It is still possible to submit an application past these deadlines, except for the B.Ed. and the dual-degree program, but no admission decision is made until a complete application (including all supporting documents) is received. An offer of admission then enables international applicants to apply for a study permit.

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