The University of Guelph, shortened to U of G, is a public research university in Guelph, Canada. The university offers 94 undergraduate degrees, 48 graduate programs, and 6 associate degrees in many different disciplines. According to Maclean’s, these are the unique programs at U of G:
|Number of seats in undergraduate courses||18,000|
|Number of seats in graduate courses||2,500|
|Number of International Students||1,750|
|Number of Domestic Students||21,523|
|Number of Divisions||4|
|Overall average of all students entering Guelph||82%|
|Tuition Fee Range||CAD 18,372 - CAD 37,417|
|Score required for undergraduate & postgraduate||IELTS: 6.5|
The University of Guelph provides accommodation to all its first-year undergraduate, graduate, and doctorate students. It is home to more than 5,000 students in single and family residences.
The university has one of the largest and best-established university housing systems in Canada. It has three residencies with varied capacities of the student accommodation.
It is the largest community with the capacity of 1,800 students. It comprises of three buildings:
Comprises the following six halls with different room types:
Home to the following three halls with different room types:
Colleges of the University of Guelph
|College of Arts||College of Biological Science|
|College of Physical and Engineering Science||College of Social and Applied Human Science|
|Ontario Veterinary College||Ontario Agriculture College|
|College of Business and Economics||-|
|Natural and Physical Sciences||Engineering||Social Sciences|
|Business Art||Agriculture||Veterinary Science|
|Environmental Science||Human Nutrition|
|Human, Animal or Ecosystem Health|
U of G offers 94 undergraduate degree programs, 94 graduate programs, 6 associate degree programs and 63 open learning or distance education opportunities.
The eligibility criteria and application processes for different programs are different. You can check the same on the official website of the university.
For undergraduate division, select and apply:
Applications are received for three seasons – Summer, Fall, and Winter.
|For Major Programs||Entry Semester||Application Deadline||Document Deadline|
|Winter||November 15||December 1|
|Summer||March 15||April 1|
|Fall||May 1||June 1|
You are required to present the evidence of English proficiency if:
|Test||Competence Level (Score)|
|TOEFL||Internet-based: minimum total score of 89 and no individual scaled score less than 21 Computer-based: minimum score of 250 Paper-based: minimum score of 600 Test of Written English (TWE): with a score of 5|
|Advanced Level of the English Language Certificate Program||Successful completion of the University of Guelph, Open Learning Advanced Level of the English Language Certificate Program (Levels 9 and 10)|
The application will be considered after successful submission of the application. If accepted, the university will contact you for the further process.
|Type of candidates||Tuition Fee|
|Domestic candidates||CAD 16,412 - CAD 22,501|
|International candidates||CAD 16,412 - CAD 22,501|
|Domestic candidates||CAD 7,846 - CAD 8,040|
|International candidates||CAD 19,525 - CAD 20,110|
|Domestic candidates||CAD 7,768 to CAD 18,772|
|Cost for a Double Room||CAD 3,000 per semester|
|Residence Deposit||CAD 500|
|Size||Basic + Flex = Total Cost||Less Capital Fund Component||Less Fixed Overhead Costs||Basic Food Dollars||Flex Food Dollars|
|Full||CAD 2,500 + CAD 2,550 = CAD 5,050||CAD 130||CAD 1,230||CAD 1,778||CAD 1,912|
The financial aids offer scholarships, bursaries, work study, undergraduate research assistantship programs and government funds (OSAP).
Total investment break-up of financial aid by the university:
|Type of Awards||Sub Division|
|Merit-Based Awards||Entrance Scholarships, In-Course Scholarships|
|Need-Based Awards||Bursaries, Entrance Bursaries, ACCESS Awards, Student-Funded Bursaries|
|International Student Support||International Undergraduate Entrance, International Undergraduate In-Course|
|Graduate Student Support||Graduate Entrance, Graduate In-Course|
Provides full-time, on-campus summer research opportunities to the person in need who are Canadian residents or permanent residents of Canada.
Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP)
The financial aid office works with the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development (MAESD) for the University of Guelph. It aids in loan, loan and grant as well as grant-only forms.
It is an on-campus part-time job program for the candidates who need financial support. Students can work 15-20 hours per week. Jobs are flexible keeping in mind about the studies.
SIN is mandatory to work on campus or off campus. A social number is valid until the end of the stay or a maximum of 5 years. Renew in case it is required further.
Obtain SIN by reporting to Service Canada office along with the following documents:
|Bachelors Tuition Fees||$11567|
|Diploma Tuition Fees||$11567|