If you are currently attending a New Brunswick secondary school, please see requirements below:

How do we make offers of admission?

  • We use five courses to calculate your average
    *English is always used in the average calculation – after that, we will use your top acceptable courses
  • If you have taken a course more than once, we'll use the highest grade received
  • We won’t use grades obtained through Challenge for Credit
  • Taking online, summer or private school courses? It is your responsibility to make sure they are approved and accredited by the Ministry of Education. If you are taking summer courses, please inform us that you are enrolled by emailing info@kings.uwo the registration information
  • Students may complete an Applicant Profile (which describes extenuating circumstances and extracurricular activities), which will be considered in cases where the minimum average wasn't met 

Program-Specific Requirements

Every program has specific course and supplemental requirements.

  • Required courses: You need these for admission to the program
  • Recommended courses: You don't need these to be admitted, but we do recommend that you take them to be successful in your first year and to be able to take the courses you need
  • Supplemental requirements: These are additional forms to help us decide if the program is right for you

Click here to see program-specific requirements. 

Acceptable Courses

Below are the courses we consider acceptable. Include all courses you're taking in your Self-Reported Grades form, even if they aren't on this list. 

  • Advanced Math with Introduction to Calculus 120
  • Any Advanced Placement 120 (AP)
  • Any International Baccalaureate (IB) except TOK
  • Any Language 12
  • Biology 120 or 122
  • Calculus 120
  • Canadian Geography 120
  • Canadian History 121 or 122
  • Canadian Literature 120
  • Chemistry 121 or 122
  • Computer Science 122
  • Economics 120
  • English 121 or 122
  • Environmental Science 122
  • Geography 120
  • Geometry 121
  • Information Technology 121
  • Law 120
  • Mathematics 121 or 122
  • Music 120
  • Native Studies 120
  • Physics 121 or 122
  • Political Science 120
  • Science 122
  • Sociology 120
  • Trig & Space 121
  • World Issues 120