If you were asked to withdraw from your faculty or were not admitted and you wish to re-apply, you must first meet the faculty's conditions to improve your academic record, in addition to current admission requirements.
If you were asked to withdraw from your faculty, you can take up to 12 units per term (four courses) as a special student, but no more than 30 units in total.
If you were not admitted, you can take up to six units (two courses) per term but no more than 30 units in total.
- You must have attempted a minimum of 24 units (we suggest eight one-term undergraduate university courses).
- You must have the . Averages can change without notice.
- The courses you take to raise your average can’t be at a lower level than the courses you’ve already passed. For example, you can’t complete Calculus 1 to raise your average if you’ve already completed Calculus 2.
- You can’t take university courses equivalent to high school-level courses to raise your average.
- All courses you complete while raising your average are included in the calculation of your admission average. If you have repeated a course, we only count the second grade you receive. See the (scroll down to section 5.6).
- If you have met the requirements, you must submit a by the .
- Admission is not guaranteed.