For French Language requirements see below.
English Language Requirements for All Applicants
If English is not your first language or mother tongue, you should provide evidence of your English language proficiency through one of the entry requirements or language tests below.
Academically admissible applicants who do not present appropriate English Proficiency Requirements will be automatically offered a conditional offer of admission based on completion of the English for Academic Preparation (EAP) program in Laurentian University’s Language Institute.
|English Proficiency Requirements||Minimum score/ level|
|You have been educated in Canada and your first language is English, or you are a bilingual Francophone Canadian||The equivalent of grade 12 academic English|
|Your 3 most recent years of full-time education were taught in a setting where English is the language of instruction for 100% of the time (excluding language courses) either in Canada or in another country.||
Official transcripts indicating subjects taught, grades achieved, and language of instruction must be provided by your high school and/or post-secondary institution(s).
We will also consider official letters from your school’s principal or head of guidance verifying that all subjects (excluding language courses) were taught in English.
|Enrollment in Cambrian College’s English Academic Preparation (EAP) program.||Completion of the Cambrian College EAP pathway program level 2 with a minimum score of 80% to be eligible for direct entry into Laurentian University programs.|
|Completion of one of Laurentian University’s English Language Pathway Programs||
Students can meet language requirements by pursuing one of the following:
Note: English as a Second Language (ESL) programs do not qualify you for this exemption and cannot be included in the number of years of full-time education in an English-language school system. IB and/or AP English courses also do not qualify for an exemption from the English language requirements.
French Language Requirements for All Applicants
To be admitted to a program offered in French or a bilingual program, a student must meet one of the following criteria:
- Three years of full-time study in a high school or post-secondary institution where French is the language of instruction (documentation must be provided by the student)
- A minimum grade of C-1 (advanced) on the Test de connaissance du français (TCF), version for prospective students
- A minimum score of C-1 at the written component of the Test d'évaluation du français (TEF)
- Diplôme approfondi de langue française (DALF) with a minimum score of C-1
|Minimum TOEFL Score||iBT 88overall; CBT 230 overall.|
|Minimum IELTS Score||6.5 overall; No band lower than 6.0.|
|Minimum CAEL Score||70 overall; No part below 60.|
|CANTest||4.5 overall; No part below 4.|
|PTE (Pearson Test of English)||60 overall.|
|Other Test Scores||
Minimum Cambridge English Proficiency grade of C.
DuoLingo English Test: 110 overall; no band lower than 95