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Admission Requirements

Admission requirements – Laval University freshman year

Canadian high schools
  • High school diploma (12 years) and
  • Sufficient preparation in mathematics (differential calculus, integral calculus, linear algebra and vectors) and
  • Academic grades (75% GPA and 75% in maths are considered a minimum)
Other systems
  • High school diploma (12 years) and
  • Sufficient preparation in mathematics (differential calculus, integral calculus, linear algebra and vectors) and
  • Excellent academic grades
French education system
  • Please find detailed requirements in the French section of our website.

 

Admission requirements – Bachelor in business administration

Canadian high schools

  • High school diploma (12 years) with good academic grades (75% GPA and 75% in maths are considered a minimum) and
  • Sufficient preparation in mathematics (differential calculus, integral calculus, linear algebra and vectors) and
  • Successful completion of a first year in a recognized university with good grades.

Other systems

  • High school diploma (12 or 13 years) with good grades and
  • Sufficient preparation in mathematics (differential calculus, integral calculus, linear algebra and vectors) and
  • Successful completion of a first year in a recognized university with good grades.

French education system

  • Please find detailed requirements in the French section of our website.
Language requirements

Our freshman year and BBA offer a progressive approach towards the French language. A minimum level in French is still required to ensure a smooth integration and can be measured with the TFI (“Test de français international”).

  • Freshman year requirement: 441 / 990
  • Bachelor in business administration requirement: 591 / 990
Preparatory studies

Students who graduated with a 12 years high school diploma could be admitted in Université Laval’s preparatory year.

Here are some examples of candidates who would qualify for preparatory studies:

  • Students from Canadian provinces other than Quebec.
  • Students from one of the following countries: Algeria, Argentina, Belgium, Burundi, Chile, Croatia, Cuba, Djibouti, Egypt, El Salvador, Ecuador, United States, Greece, Hungary, Iran, Iceland, Israel, Japan, Lebanon, Mali, Morocco, Mexico, Norway, Panama, Paraguay, Poland, Romania, Rwanda, Democratic Republic of the Congo (ex-Zaire).

When you receive your admission offer, you will also receive a list of preparatory study courses according to the program you are applying for.


 

Admission requirements for Graduate programs

French school system

Other school systems

  • An undergraduate degree (North American BA or European license) or MA, with good grades (distinction/honours in UK, or cum laude in US) for each year of study including high school diploma, and
  • Sufficient math preparation (differential and integral calculus, linear algebra and vectorial geometry.
  • For some programs completion of the GMAT exam is mandatory.

 

Admission requirements for Doctoral studies

A graduate degree with focus on research and excellent grades is the minimum entrance requirement for all Doctoral programs.


Completing your application

Undergraduate programs
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Last modification : March 4, 2013