What average do I need for Ottawa University?

The average required for admission to the University of Ottawa varies depending on the program you are applying to. However, the overall minimum average requirement for most undergraduate programs is 65%. Some programs have higher average requirements, such as:

  • Biochemistry and Chemical Engineering (Biotechnology): 70% or more
  • Physics & Electrical Engineering: 70% or more
  • Biomedical Science: 78% or more
  • Human Kinetics, Health Sciences, Food and Nutrition Sciences, Integrated Food sciences: 70% or more
  • Nursing: 75% or more
  • All programs in the Faculty of Engineering: 70% or more
  • All programs in the Telfer School of Management: 70% or more
  • Translational and Molecular Medicine: 78% or more
  • Certificate in Civil Law: 70% or more
  • Licentiate in Law (including LL.L & International Development and Globalization): 78%

If you are applying to the Faculty of Medicine, the admission average is 4.0 (grade point average).

It is important to note that these are just minimum average requirements. The actual average required for admission will vary depending on the competitiveness of the program and the strength of the applicant pool. In addition to academic grades, the University of Ottawa also considers other factors such as extracurricular activities, leadership experience, and letters of recommendation.