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General Requirements for all Programs
For admission to the University of Saskatchewan, you must have completed at least ﬁve suitable Brunei/Cambridge GCE O-Level subjects with grades of C or better and at least two Brunei/Cambridge GCE A-Level subjects with grades of D or better. The ﬁve GCE O-Level subjects must in all cases include Mathematics and a ﬁrst-language literature/composition course.
You may apply for admission in the year you will be sitting for A-Level ﬁnal examinations if you submit at least ﬁve suitable GCSE O-Level results and predicted A-Level results.
Alternatively, if you do not intend to sit for any A-Level exams, you may be considered for admission if you have completed four acceptable Advanced Subsidiary Level subjects. Generally, two AS-Level subjects are considered in place of one GCE A-Level subject. Please contact the admissions oﬃce for more information.
The University of Saskatchewan considers courses from accredited institutions around the world for transfer credit. Generally, credit is awarded on a course-by-course basis for courses equivalent to those taught at the University of Saskatchewan. When you apply for admission we will review all education history for admission and transfer credit. Your year of study and program requirements are determined by each college.
In addition to the general requirement, you must present required subjects and have achieved a competitive average for your college of choice.
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Grades of at least C on individual GCE O-Level subjects, and grades of at least D on individual GCE A-Level subjects.
GCE O-Level or A-Level
B or higher in GCE O-Level
C or higher in GCE A-Level
- You may be admitted to some programs with a deﬁciency. Business education subjects (i.e. accounting) and industrial arts subjects are not acceptable for admission. Technical education subjects are not acceptable for admission to kinesiology.
- The competitive averages should be used as a guideline, and do not guarantee admission.
The University of Saskatchewan reserves the right to make changes to admissions policies without notice.