IV. Admission Information

Articulation Agreements

Conestoga College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning

Bachelor of Commerce - Agricultural Business, Housing and Real Estate Management, Management Economics in Industry and Finance, Marketing Management

The University of Guelph will make up to three spaces available annually in the above programs to qualified graduates from the following programs at Conestoga College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning: Business Administration - Marketing, Management Studies, Accounting; General Business; Food and Beverage Management; Computer programmer/Analyst. Applicants to the degree program must have completed an 4U credit or equivalent in English and Calculus (or other 4U Mathematics for HAFA).

The number of advanced standing transfer credits will range from 5.00 to 10.00 credits and vary depending upon the program completed at Conestoga. Prospective applicants should contact Admission Services for details.

Bachelor of Applied Science, Major Child, Youth & Family (OCUTG # 1734)

A total of ten places, for the Child, Youth and Family major, will be made available annually for graduates from the Conestoga two-year Diploma Program in Early Childhood Education, together with applicants from any other such articulated College ECE programs, and who have:

  • An ECE diploma with a graduating average of B (equivalent) or better

  • Not less than ten academic courses (exclusive of field-placement courses) with a final course grade of A (equivalent)

  • A 4U credit in Mathematics and another in Biology

Should there be more than ten such qualified students applying from articulated programs, the ten "reserved" places will be assigned to the highest performing applicants. Those not so selected will compete for admission along with all other transfer applicants and, for those admitted to the major, will be granted advanced standing credits as defined in this agreement.

Conestoga graduates will receive 5.00 advanced standing credits. Prospective applicants should contact Admission Services for details.

Bachelor of Commerce, Major Hotel & Food Administration (OCUTG # 1857)

The articulation agreement between the University of Guelph and Conestoga College provides an opportunity for graduates from the two-year Hospitality Management (Food and Beverage) Co-op Diploma program with a minimum grade point average of 3.3 (B+) to be considered for admission to the Hotel and Food Administration major of the Bachelor of Commerce program with up to a maximum of 8.00 advanced standing credits. Applicants will be required to have completed Ontario credits in Grade 12 (4U) Functions & Relations and English (or their equivalent). Interested students should contact the Program Counselling Office for the Bachelor of Commerce Program.

University of Guelph
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Guelph, Ontario, N1G 2W1