St. Thomas University is predominantly the undergraduate university that provides Bachelor’s degree courses in Arts, Education, and Social Work to approx. 1,900 learners. About 91% of learners of St. Thomas University have found it advantageous to study at this campus. For admission, an average mark of 70% is normally requisite in high school. 100% of the full-time faculty have doctorate degrees in their academics.
Intersession and Summer session lectures will be started over the coming weeks. Courses are offered remotely.
Permitted high school graduates, post subordinate learners, including those candidates who begin their studies can apply for a benefit of $1,250/month over the summer session i.e. from May to August.
The common application steps for new learners are provided at STU.ca/admissions.com and at STU.ca/signups.
|Application Portal||University Website or the Common Application|
|Application Fees||Bachelor Degree: 55 USD|
|Mode of Payment||Online Payment|
|English proficiency tests accepted||TOEFL, IELTS or MELAB|
|International Application Deadlines||Undergraduate: September Admission: June 1 January Admission: October 1|
|Scholarship consideration deadline||March 1|
|Admission Interview||Not conducted|
|Prior work experience||Not required|
|Scholarship for international students||Available|
International and national students applying for undergraduate courses must make a note of the following deadlines to complete the applications on time.
International students must apply prior to the deadlines to avoid having insufficient time to obtain a student visa and other authorizations. The processing time at embassies can take up to three months.
|High School Applicants|
|January semester||August 31|
|Post-degree Program Applicants|
|Bachelor of Social Work||January 31|
|Bachelor of Education||January 15|
|January semester||October 1|
|September semester||June 1|
The institute provides more than four courses in a Bachelor’s degree with diverse majors to particularize in. All the students at Bachelor of Arts study conventional regimens like English, Political science, and Psychology here.
International candidates are recommended to send their proposals as early as they can for visa authorizations. Admission requirements for international applicants are the same as for the domestic ones, except for some mentioned below:
For Indian Applicants
English Proficiency test scores must be deposited on the official website of the Admission Office by the testing department.
Students with the scores below are eligible to take five regular academic courses but may take integrated and assisted courses if they wish:
|Scores (Minimum Required)||English Proficiency Test|
However, students who meet the following minimum English Language Proficiency scores and the St. Thomas academic admission requirements are eligible for the ESL program:
Applicants applying for undergraduate programs must meet all the standards of the following admission requirements:
International applicants must demonstrate academic strength in a high school program of college/university preparatory courses with subject distribution, other minimum requirements, and academic standing comparable to that required of Canadian applicants. Criteria such as academic achievement and rank in class will also be considered in admission decisions
Ques. Will Spring Convocation still take place in May?
Ans. Spring Convocation has been postponed. We will discuss numerous details as they become available.
Ques. Will intersession and summer session be affected by this?
Ans. Intersession and Summer Session courses will be delivered remotely. There is a tremendous range of courses available to students and each course is being designed with flexible delivery models that may be appealing to your schedule. These courses help to fulfill Bachelor of Arts degree majors/minors/group credit requirements or a required teachable for admission to the School of Education.
Ques. When will upper-year students be able to register for the 2020-2021 academic year?
Ans. Upper-year course registration has been rescheduled, and will run Friday, March 27 through Tuesday, March 31. Learners with 84+ potential credit hours* are able to register at 8:00 am on Friday, March 27. Applicants with 48+ potential credit hours* could have access to register at 8:00 am March 30. All remaining candidates will be able to register at 8:00 am, Tuesday, March 31. First-year course registration dates have not been set.