How to Apply

University application imageOUAC 101 Online Application Form

If you are an Ontario resident currently enrolled in an Ontario secondary school day program, you can apply using the OUAC 101 Online Application Form (details are available from your school Guidance Office). All currently enrolled Ontario Secondary School students must apply through the Ontario Universities' Application Centre.

OUAC 105 Online Application Form

Use the OUAC 105 Online Application Form if you are a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident of Canada. This includes high school applicants from other provinces. As well, International applicants who are currently studying in Canada on a Study Permit or other visa will use this application.
You are included in, but would not be limited to, the following categories of applicants:
  • all Ontario candidates (except those who are currently enrolled full-time in an Ontario Secondary School day program)
  • adult and mature students registered in night school, correspondence programs and special adult day school programs
  • all candidates from other Canadian provinces or territories or international students (including those who are attending secondary or post-secondary institutions)
  • university and college transfer students
Important Notes:

Print versions (hard copies) of these applications are not mailed from the University of Guelph. You can request a print application from the Ontario Universities Application Centre (OUAC) at 519-823-1940.

Get additional information on how to apply.

Make sure that you are familiar with the overall BA requirements and the Political Science program requirements, paying particular attention to the Political Science core courses and other requirements of the Major, Minor or Area of Concentration.

If you would like further information about the Political Science program, please consult our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page or contact a Political Science Advisor.

When you are ready to register for courses make sure that you have the correct course number and make sure that you are familiar with the University’s regulations and procedures, particularly for dropping and adding courses. As you begin to think about your third and fourth years in the program make a note of what prerequisite courses you will need for courses at the third and fourth year that look interesting to you.

Be as prepared and organized as possible to give yourself the best opportunity to succeed in your courses and in the program generally.