Mount Allison University Application Process
Received: Thursday, November 01, 2012 5:47 Pm
It is important that you review all of the following information carefully:
1. Students should apply online here:
A $50.00 application fee is required for each application, for each student.
Mastercard and Visa are accepted forms of payment.
Additional information on applying online can be found here:
2. English Language Requirements:
As Mount Allison is a predominantly English institution, international students who do not speak English as a first language are also required to meet the minimum score on a recognized English Proficiency Test.
The following are our standard requirements on English Proficiency Testing:
TOEFL score of 550 (paper test)
213 (computer test)
80 (internet test)
International English Language Testing System (IELTS) score of 6.5
The details and minimum scores accepted by Mount Allison are outlined clearly on our website at:
If you do not meet the English requirements but you do meet the academic requirements, you will be offered Conditional Admission which will allow you to study English at one of our partner ESL schools until your English is strong enough for successful academic study at Mount Allison.
Once you complete your ESL program and provide proof of this, we will send you a standard offer of admission allowing you to enroll at Mount Allison.
3. Admission Requirements:
All prospective students must meet the minimum academic admissions requirements. They must achieve a minimum average of 70% (or equivalent) in their top five university preparatory high school courses. Of these five courses English is a requirement, and if students are applying for the Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Commerce programs, they will also require a university preparatory Math course as one of those 5 courses.
If you are a transfer student who has already started or attained a degree, we will require a minimum CGPA of 2.0 for admission consideration.
As a GCE or an IGCSE student, we will require a minimum of 2 A-level courses, or 4 AS-level courses with a minimum B average and no grade below a D in both A-level and O-level subjects.
IB diploma candidates require a minimum of 28 predicted IB points, excluding the TOK score, for general admission.
Original official transcript(s) sent directly from the institution(s) attended, or official notarized copy(ies), of all transcripts, must be received before a student can be assessed for admission. Transcripts sent directly from the student are not considered official.
4. Scholarships and Financial Aid
Please be aware that scholarships are available ONLY to students starting in September. January students will not be eligible to receive scholarships. In order to be eligible for scholarships you must apply and send all required documentation to MountAllison by March 1st of the year you are applying.
Any student with an average of 80% or above on their top five university preparatory high school courses, that we will accept for admission, or a 3.0 GPA if applying as a transfer student, and who meet the English requirements, are automatically awarded an entrance scholarship ranging between $500-$5000.
We also take extra-curricular involvement into account when assessing applicants for admission and scholarships, so if the students have been involved with sports, volunteerism, have work experience or actively participate in their communities please let us know!
Detailed information on applying for other specific scholarships can be found at the following link:
5. Tuition and fees
The following links should give you the information you and your students need on the costs of studying at Mount Allison as an International Student:
Costs & Fees: http://www.mta.ca/apply/money_
A worksheet to calculate your fees:
(this is updated each fall at this link)
Payment methods: http://www.mta.ca/
Once the application has been completed and submitted and all required documentation and transcripts have been received, a file will be created for the student and assigned to an Admission Counsellor for assessment. Files will not be assessed if any required documents are missing.
Please use the following as a check list:
__ Application completed and submitted
__ Application fee paid
__ Transcripts provided (Official or Notarized Official Copy)
__ Proof of English Language Proficiency provided
__ Other supporting documentation provided (this is optional but recommended)
Examples include: a resume, certificates, and lists of awards, extracurricular and volunteer activities and letters of reference.
The above check list should be completed for each application, if any of these things are missing then the student’s file will be marked incomplete and will not be assessed for admission until the required documents are received. We cannot make admission assessments on incomplete files.