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General Requirements for all Programs
For admission to the University of Saskatchewan, you must have a High School Diploma as well as an additional two years of study at a postsecondary institute in the Philippines.
You may apply for admission in the second year of University if you submit your transcript from the previous year and a list of courses you are currently taking.
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.
The admission average will be based on your first two years of post-secondary study. The required subject for specific colleges must be presented at the post-secondary level. A course description may be requested to determine acceptability for admission purpose.
Please Note: All transcripts are reviewed on a case by case basis. Grades listed below are a guideline for admission.
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- The five subjects for the admission average and the required subjects for specific colleges must be presented in the second year of study at Philippine post-secondary institutes. A course syllabus may be requested to determine acceptability for admission purposes. You may be admitted to some programs with a deficiency.
- Admission averages shown here are on a 75% pass-scale. 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.
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