What is the deadline for finding/securing a supervisor?
[✓] Successful students normally begin their studies in the Fall term; this means that applicants may have until the end of August to confirm a supervisor (before their admission eligibility expires).
Can the Graduate Office match me with supervisor(s)?
[✓] No. Admission is highly competitive. All applicants are responsible for securing their own supervisor, and the Graduate Office is unable to assist in this matter.
I completed an undergraduate/master’s degree in an institution outside of Canada, where the language of instruction was in English. Do I need to take the English language proficiency test?
[✓] Perhaps. Please review our Institute’s English test requirements for more information regarding this topic.
Do you accept WES evaluations?
[✓] No. World Education Services (WES) transcript evaluations cannot, under any circumstances, be used as the basis of admission. Only official transcripts are accepted.
Can I submit my documents (e.g., language test scores, statement of intent, etc.) after the application deadline?
[✓] Yes. However, admission is highly competitive. Whereas consideration is granted to all applications that were received on time, there is no guarantee that late applications are reviewed.
Can you help me report my language test scores?
[✓] Yes. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
What is the deadline for recommenders to submit their supporting letters?
[✓] Recommender letters are part of the application, and the letter submission deadline is the same as the applicant deadline. In other words, your application is considered incomplete until all of your recommender letters are received by the online application system. If one or more recommender letters are late, then the entire application is marked as late. It is the applicant’s responsibility to follow up with his/her recommenders to provide reminders about the submission deadline (as appropriate) to ensure timely letter submission.