Each year, many students from China come to the University of Ottawa for a Canadian degree. They come because of the reputation the Canadian education system enjoys, and in particular, because of the University of Ottawa’s unique multicultural and bilingual (English and French) environment.

Located in the heart of Canada’s capital, the University of Ottawa offers the best of both worlds: you can live and study in English or in French, with the opportunity to become fully bilingual.

In China, you say… At the University of Ottawa and in Canada, it's…
Senior High School Graduation Diploma
or
Upper Middle School Graduation Diploma
High school diploma
Bachelor's Bachelor’s
Master's Master’s
Doctorate or PhD Doctorate or PhD
  • Have obtained, or be in the process of obtaining, your Senior High School Graduation Diploma or Upper Middle School Graduation Certificate. (Please note that we do not consider the Huikao or Gaokao results during the admission process.)
  • Have a minimum average of 75% and have passed a minimum of five subjects (including the program prerequisites) during your final year (requirements might be higher depending on the program of study you choose).
  • Submit an English proficiency test if you are applying to a program offered in English.

Space is limited and admission is competitive and not guaranteed. We reserve the right to deny admission even if an applicant meets all requirements.

If you are currently studying in a French lycée or studying another recognized curriculum  such as the International Baccalaureate,  GCE curriculum or an American-patterned curriculum,   see our information specific to your situation.

 

Once you have submitted your application and received your acknowledgment of receipt, you can submit your documents in uoZone. If you are currently in your Senior 3 or Grade 12, submit the following documents:

  • Transcripts for the past three years of secondary studies
  • English proficiency test results
  • Transcript for the first term of your final year (Senior 3 or Grade 12)

If you have already graduated, submit the following documents:

  • Transcripts for your last three years of secondary studies
  • Senior High School Graduation Diploma or Upper Middle School Graduation Certificate
  • English proficiency test results

Some international students can receive their study permits sooner by applying through the SDS, since Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) will process most eligible SDS applications within 20 calendar days. Learn more about the Student Direct Stream.

If you have completed some postsecondary studies, you will be evaluated based on them, even if you are applying for an undergraduate program.

We may grant you advanced standing (i.e., transfer your credits), depending on the program to which you apply. Faculties that grant advanced standing base their decision on the discipline, the courses you have completed and the length of your studies.

Your uOttawa representative

Hi! My name is Yumei and I’m the University of Ottawa’s international representative for your region.

If you have any questions about admission requirements, financial aid, scholarships, or student services, you can contact us by email.

If the virtual one-on-one meeting is currently not available in your region, please add the liaison officer’s WeChat: 15611409018 and make appointment. You can also follow our official account on WeChat for more information. WeChat Account Name: “加拿大渥太华大学教育”

若我们的一对一线上资讯平台在您的地区无法使用,请添加我们招生代表的咨询微信:15611409018 并留言或预约咨询。您还可以关注渥太华大学的官方微信号,了解更多申请信息!微信号搜索: “加拿大渥太华教育”

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Learn more about uOttawa — or connect with other future uOttawa students:

China representative Yumei

Contact information

InfoAdmission

Tabaret Hall  (map)
75 Laurier Avenue East, Room 109
Ottawa, ON K1N 6N5
Canada

See wait times and secure a spot in our virtual line for in-person services. 

Send us a request

Tel.: 613-562-5700
Toll free: 1-877-868-8292

Office hours

September 1 to May 31:
Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

June 1 to August 31:
Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

For admission to Common Law or Medicine, contact the faculties offering these programs. For graduate studies, contact the academic unit of the faculty offering the program you are applying to.