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    Min. 6.5
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    BDT 646871
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    BDT 17800
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    Upto 3 Years
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About the University

The University of Guelph is like no other university in Canada. Research-intensive and learner-centred, our campuses span urban hubs and rural communities. We are known for excellence in the arts and sciences, and for our commitment to developing exceptional thinkers and engaged citizens.

U of G has 29,507 undergraduate and graduate students at our campuses in Guelph, Toronto and Ridgetown, including 1,400 international students from more than 120 countries.

More than 150 years after the launch of our founding colleges, and more than 50 years since the establishment of the University of Guelph, we now have more than 173,000 alumni living in 160 countries.

  • Our students, faculty and staff pursue active inquiry and exercise creativity across a range of disciplines -- physical and life sciences, arts and humanities, social sciences, business, agricultural and veterinary sciences.
  • Known for its beautiful, safe campuses and welcoming, supportive culture, U of G blends historical and modern architecture with cutting-edge technology.
  • Our living and learning environments encourage exploration and the interdisciplinary sharing of new ideas, critical for meeting challenges posed by our more complex and interconnected world.
  • Our faculty scholars and researchers provide students with groundbreaking research opportunities, in laboratories, art studios, libraries and in the field.
  • Student engagement is fundamental to learning and research at U of G. By focusing on the “whole student,” we give University of Guelph graduates the tools and skills to make a difference in our ever-changing world.
English Language Requirements

If your first language is not English, you will be required to submit the results of a standardized language test. Please see chart below for acceptable tests and required minimum scores.

Test Minimum Overall Score
Canadian Academic English Language Test (CAEL) 70
International English Language Testing System (Academic) (IELTS) 6.5
Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB)
* Please note, MELAB is no longer being offered by Michigan Language Assessment.  They will discontinue accepting score report results and results verification in July 2020
Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE-A)
Note: A minimum score of 60 must be achieved in each individual component.
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL Internet-based test (iBT))
Note: A minimum score of 21 must be achieved in each of the four categories (listening, speaking, reading, writing).
University of Guelph English Language Certificate Advanced Level

English as a Second Language tests are considered valid within two years of the start of a program, not when you apply.

Some departments may require higher than University minimum English as a Second Language test scores. Please check with your department of interest for detailed information.

The University of Guelph English as a Second Language Test Code is 0892.

English as a Second Language Certificate

The English Language Certificate Program (ELCP) at the University of Guelph offers an English language program for international students wishing to apply to graduate studies. Those who successfully complete the program, at the advanced level, are deemed to have met the language requirement for admission to graduate studies.



International students entering post-secondary studies for the first time and registering in the first semester of a degree program in the fall semester.

My Responsibilities

  1. Submit an application for admission.
  2. Ensure that my admission application is complete and all documents are received as requested by Admission Services, University of Guelph.

University's Responsibilities

  1. Consider your application for admission and your scholarship eligibility when the required curriculum-specific supporting documentation, as stated on the Admission Services website, is received. Successful recipients will be informed of their scholarship with their offer of admission.
  2. Apply the scholarship to your U of G student account in two equal payments over the fall and winter semesters.

Conditions of Entrance Scholarships

  1. Must register for both the fall and winter semesters.
  2. Must pay the full-time International student tuition and fees.

My Responsibilities for Scholarships

  1. Use the award search to identify awards that require an application and follow the application instructions specific to those awards.

My Responsibilities for Need-based Scholarships

  1. Complete the Undergraduate International Student Financial Need Assessment Form (N.A.F)
  2. Use the award search to identify awards that require an application in addition to the N.A.F. (e.g. Apply by Letter) and submit the documentation along with your N.A.F.
  3. International students are not eligible for bursaries and OSOTF/OTSS scholarships.

University's Responsibilities

We will notify scholarship recipients by E-mail or letter with the award details.


All information related to this institution has been extracted from the University of Guelph website, accessible at The data provided here is true until its extraction on 23 December 2019. Hence, all information here is subject to change without notice as per the institution's policy. For the latest update, please visit the institution website.

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