To Queen’s, you are more than just a number. You’re more than an applicant reference number, more than a student number, and more than a high school average.You’re probably a scholar. You might be an athlete. And you are definitely a leader in your school or community. You’re ready to change the world. At Queen’s, we’re ready to help you do just that.If you’ve decided that Queen’s might just be for you, you’re definitely in the right place.
Whether you are a current Canadian high school student, have already graduated from a Canadian high school, a current University or College Student at another Institution thinking of transferring to Queen’s, you will need to apply through the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre.
Please see the Undergraduate Admission website for further details on what steps to take to apply to Queen's University.
Distance courses offer the flexibility of self-directed learning with all the support of a traditional learning experience. Courses are offered in the Fall, Winter and Summer terms and may be taken for degree credit, or as a non-degree student. Take courses for interest, to upgrade your GPA, for professional development, or work toward your degree.
Visit Continuing and Distance Studies for more information on how to apply.
More than 1,300 international students make Queen's their home-away-from-home; that's about 7% of Queen's full-time student population. To join this group please see the International Applicants website for further details on applying to Queen's as an International Student. (International students may be required to complete a Test of Facility in English as part of their application.)