Required Documents: International High School Applicants

Official documents must be submitted in order to confirm any such offer of acceptance. Final official transcripts must be sent from the granting institution or Examination Authority.   Official transcript may be accepted from the applicant providing the transcript remains in the sealed envelope from the institution. English language proficiency test scores must come in a sealed envelope from the examination authority, except TOEFL which may also be sent electronically directly through TOEFL (ETS) if preferred.

All documents become the property of Brandon University. Students in their final year of high school must include a letter from the Principal or designate attesting that graduation from high school will occur before the start of University. Transcripts not in English must be translated by a certified translator along with a note indicating that the translator received documents in a sealed envelope. The original official transcript and the translation must be sent to the Admissions Office.

The Admissions Office makes every attempt to ensure the information listed below is accurate by regularly updating requirements:

 

GCE: Must have passes in five different subjects of which at least two must be passed at the Advanced level or passes in four different subjects of which at least three must be passed at the advance level.
Or
Two Advanced Subsidiary Level courses in lieu of one Advance Level course, or four Advance Subsidiary Level for two Advance Level to meet the minimum admission requirements. Students with one Advance Subsidiary subject will be considered in lieu of an Ordinary level subject.

WAEC:  Minimum of 5 subjects at C5 or better including English and Mathematics. Please purchase a scratch card and send the following information in the body of one email: name, serial/PIN, examination number, and exam date with year. 

HKDSE: Students with the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education will require a minimum level 3 in all core subjects, (English Language, Chinese Language, Mathematics and Liberal Studies). Students must also satisfy the English language proficiency requirement applicable to all international students whose primary language is not English.

International Baccalaureate: Students with an International Baccalaureate Diploma with an overall score of 24 points are considered to have the equivalent of Manitoba High School Graduation for purposes of admission to Brandon University. The IB Diploma must contain at least three Higher Level courses, with the remaining courses being either the Higher Level or the Standard Level

Admissions Office: admissions@brandonu.ca