Undergraduate Admission, Queen's University, Canada

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How to Apply

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Apply Online

Which applicant type are you?

Canadian High School: Apply online at the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC)

International High School: Apply online at the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC)

College/University or Other

Please click on the link to learn more about applying to Queen's as university, college, or on another admission track.

Upper-Year Applicants to the Bader International Study Centre (BISC)

Deadline to submit all documents: Fall term – July 31; Winter term – November 15; May-June Summer School and Specialized Programs – April 15

All applicants (Queen's and non-Queen's): Submit the BISC Upper-Year Course Selection Form
Non-Queen's Students must also:

  • Check your eligibility by consulting the office that coordinates study abroad at your university.
  • Request a Letter of Permission (LOP) from your home university.
  • Submit official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions previously attended (not necessary for students from partner schools).
  • Complete the BISC Online Application.

 

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Add @queensu.ca as a safe sender

Keep an eye on your email!

Ensure you can receive email from Queen’s because that's how we will communicate with you.

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Activate your NetID

After we send your Student ID, activate your NetID account.

Watch your email for your application confirmation. It has all the information you need about your application, including how to get a Queen’s NetID.

Use your NetID to sign into the SOLUS Student Center, which you can access by logging into MyQueen'sU.

Check the SOLUS Student Centre for a list of all the documents we require from you, and for the status of your application.

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Submit your PSE

Admission at Queen’s is very competitive, so we may use supplemental information as well as your academic record, to help make admission decisions.

"Supplemental information" may include the Personal Statement of Experience (PSE) and Supplementary Essay (SE), as well as audition and portfolio where required.

For all programs, completion of the PSE is recommended.

For Commerce applicants, the PSE is required.

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Check your To Do List

Check your To Do List and application status through SOLUS.

Apply for an admission bursary.
Bader International Study Centre applicants (first-year and upper-year) should also apply for a BISC bursary.

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English Language Proficiency

Is English your second language? If yes, you may need to provide evidence of standardized English testing results.