If you were required to withdraw from your faculty or refused admission and wish to re-apply, you must first meet the academic upgrading conditions required by the faculty and fulfill current admission requirements. For more information about re-admission following mandatory withdrawal, see the .
Requirements for re-admission
Admission requirements following mandatory withdrawal from a faculty or refused admission
General rules for re-admission
- You must have attempted a minimum of 24 units (successfully or not).
- You must have the upgrading minimal average required by the faculty.
- Upgrading courses cannot be at a lower level than courses you’ve already passed.
- All courses completed during the upgrading period are included in the calculation of your upgrading average. If you have repeated a course, only the second grade obtained is used in the calculation of average. See .
- Admission is not guaranteed.
- Students who have met the requirements must .
- Minimum required averages can change without notice. Check .