O.S.S.D. with six Grade 12 U/M courses including Grade 12 U courses in English, Biology (SBI4U), Chemistry (SCH4U), and one Grade 12 U or M course in Canadian World Studies or the Social Sciences and the Humanities.
1. ENG4U/EAE4U is the preferred English.
2. The overall average required for consideration is 75 percent or higher in six Grade 12 U/M courses. A grade of 75 percent or higher is required in each of the subject prerequisites.
a. Mature students as defined by the University are required to have the four specific Grade 12 U/M courses listed above and grades of 75 percent or higher in each of the four subject areas (or equivalent).
b. Applicants with prior or current university studies must have high school Grade 12 U/M or equivalent university courses in the four required subject areas noted above with a grade of 75 percent or higher in each course. The applicant's overall average from all university work, including the four required courses, must be 75 percent or higher.
c. Applicants with public Ontario College studies (or equivalent) must have courses that are equivalent to the four required Grade 12 U/M courses. A grade of 75 percent or higher must be obtained in each of these required courses, and an average of 75 percent or higher from at least two years of college study must be achieved.
d. The Midwifery Education Program is a competitive limited enrolment program. High school graduates are encouraged to gain further college or university experience prior to applying to the Midwifery Program.
3. Subject to competition, the strongest candidates will be invited to the interview stage of the admissions process.
4. Admission guidelines are subject to change. Please consult the admission guidelines outlined in the Midwifery application package available on the Midwifery program website.
1. Submit an online application form. Visit Application and Related Forms for details on which form to use.
2. Arrange for submission of secondary and post-secondary transcripts. Visit Submission of Documents for instructions.
3. Submit the following documents (instructions available from the Midwifery Education Program website):
a. A completed Midwifery Cover Sheet.
b. A completed Midwifery Supplementary Form.
c. Four copies of the Midwifery Personal Letter Form.
4. Submit all materials by the deadline of February 1st to Undergraduate Admissions. When February 1st falls on a weekend, application materials will be accepted on the first Monday thereafter.
Police Reference Check (Vulnerable Sector) and Heath Screening Requirements
The Midwifery Education Program requires all students to complete a current Police Reference Check for the vulnerable sector and ensure health screening requirements are current before entering MWF 150.