Before you start classes, you must complete your “post-admissions requirements”. These are things you must do in order to be allowed to attend your first class. Failure to complete your post-admissions requirements could mean you will be asked to withdraw from the program and apply again for the next intake. Each applicant has different post admission requirements but in general, there are four main types.
Post-Admission Requirement Types
Admission Conditions: These are not really post-admission requirements as you should have all of your admission conditions met in order to keep your offer of admission.
- The WRIT Assessment: This is a 50 minute assessment which allows us to assess your current writing skills and place you in the appropriate course.
- Learn more about WRIT information including which programs require WRIT, dates and times, contacts and frequently asked questions.
- Preparation for Clinical Placement: This is a series of items related to a field or clinical placement in the Schools of Community Studies, Health Sciences or Nursing.
- Mandatory Laptop Purchases: A number of our programs require students to purchase a laptop with certain specifications.