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Glendon is the bilingual faculty of York University, offering courses in English and French.

York University has general language requirements for all applicants. Glendon applicants can provide proof of language proficiency in English or French. For students who prove language proficiency in English, there is no minimum French requirement.

Students applying to an undergraduate program may meet Glendon's language requirements if they have successfully completed — or are in the process of successfully completing — one of the following:

  • four full years of study in Canada in English or French at the secondary school level;
  • four full years of study at the secondary school level in English in a country where English is a primary language or where English is the primary language of instruction, or in French in a country where French is a primary language or where French is the primary language of instruction;
  • one full year of study in an accredited university degree program in English in a country where English is a primary language, or in French in a country where French is a primary language;
  • two full years of study in English in an accredited college diploma/applied degree program in a country where English is a primary language or where English is the primary language of instruction, or in French where French is a primary language or where French is the primary language of instruction.

Students who have completed, or are in the process of completing, the International Baccalaureate diploma may meet Glendon's English language requirements. Students must show achievement of the IB diploma once it has been granted. Note: Glendon does not count time spent in ESL, letters written by applicants, or senior-level, secondary school English course(s) as proof of English language proficiency.

These requirements are general guidelines only. Glendon reserves the right to require a successfully completed language proficiency test. Students who are unsure whether they meet the language requirements should submit an acceptable English or French language test score as soon as possible to avoid potential delays in the processing of their application.

Glendon applicants can provide proof of language proficiency in English or French. Applicants can provide one of the English tests listed below or write the French Language Admissions Test administered by Student Recruitment and Applicant Relations. Please contact Glendon at 416-487-6710 or [email protected] for more details and to schedule a test.

Note minimale TOEFL

iBT: 83
CBT: 220
PBT: 560

York's TOEFL code is 0894

Note minimale IELTS

6.5

Autres notes

York University Language Test (YELT):
Overall band: 1-5

Site Web

http://www.glendon.yorku.ca/english/futurestudents/admissions/languagerequirements.html