Additional Requirements (BEd and
Apply By Mail
Please note that once files are complete and decisions have been made on
applications, applicants will receive written notice of their status.
All applicants (part-time and full-time) must submit a $35 CAD non-refundable
application fee. International applicants may submit this fee in US funds ($35
USD). Cheques or money orders should be made payable to St. Thomas University.
Please note that applicants who have previously been accepted to and completed
courses at St. Thomas University within the past three years are not required
to pay the $35 application fee.
High School applicants: Grade 12 students who have achieved an average of 80%
or higher on five Grade 11 academic courses, including English literature, and
whose Grade 12 programmes satisfy the university’s subject distribution
requirements, will receive conditional offers of admission during the first
semester of their senior year. Applicants who wish to be considered under this
policy may, beginning in October, submit their high school transcript showing
Grade 11 (junior year) final grades, as well as first- and second-term Grade 12
(senior year) courses directly to the Admissions Office by December 3, 2012.
High school students who apply after December 3, 2012, or whose admission
averages do not meet the above criteria, should arrange for a high school
transcript showing Grade 12 first-semester results (or Grade 12 mid-year
results for non-semestered schools) to be sent to the Admissions Office as soon
as it is available. Qualified candidates will be offered conditional acceptance
when these results are received.
Scholarships: All applicants who wish to be considered for scholarships (including the
guaranteed scholarships) must submit a transcript showing their Grade 12
first-semester results (or Grade 12 mid-year results for non-semestered
schools) to the Admissions Office. For major scholarships, transcripts must be
received by March 1, 2013.
International applicants: Applicants whose primary language is not English, must
arrange to have an official copy of their English proficiency scores (TOEFL,
IELTS or MELAB) sent directly to the Admissions Office. The St. Thomas
University ETS institution code is 0803. International applicants who indicate that they are Permanent Residents must provide a photocopy of their official Permanent Resident cards.
Applicants who have written an external exam (e.g. AP, IB, GCE), must arrrange to have their results forwarded to the Admissions Office.
Transfer applicants: Please arrange for an official copy of all college and/or
university transcripts to be sent directly to the Admissions Office.
- Adult Learners (applicants 21 years or older who are not eligible under the high school
admission requirements and have not attended a post-secondary institution): Adult Learner
applicants must submit a letter describing their educational background, work experience and
academic plans. Mature candidates must also submit academic transcripts (e.g. high school, GED).
Applicants who have been required to withdraw from St. Thomas or from any other
post-secondary institution must submit a letter explaining the reasons for
their poor academic performance and why they are likely to be successful if
readmitted to university. Such students cannot be considered for
readmission/admission for at least 12 months from the time they were dismissed
from their institutions.
Scholarship applicants must complete and submit a St. Thomas Scholarship
Applicants who plan to live on campus must complete and submit a Residence
There is no direct entry to the Certificate Programmes from high school as
special admission requirements apply. Please refer to
Certificate Programmes for details.
In addition to the application process outlined above, there are further
application requirements for post-degree programme applicants. These additional
admission and application requirements can be found at
Bachelor of Education and
Bachelor of Social Work.
If you plan to apply for scholarships or residence, we strongly recommend
that you complete the Entrance Scholarship application and Application for
Residence at the same time as you complete your Application for Admission.
Application for Residence
Entrance Scholarship Application
Millennium Scholarship Application
Request for Information or Paper Application
Apply By Mail
the Application Package
the Application Package (International Applicants)
Please submit your completed form to:
St. Thomas University
Fredericton, New Brunswick
Please note that applications, the application fee, and all supporting
documents must be received in the Admissions Office by these deadlines.
High School Applicants
For September 2013
High school applicants are encouraged to submit their applications and
supporting documents by March 31, 2013, but applications will be considered
until August 31, 2013.
Students wishing to be considered for competitive scholarships must submit their
admission and scholarship applications (including transcripts and supporting
documents) to the Admissions Office by March 1, 2013. Students are eligible for
the guaranteed scholarships up until September 2013.
For January 2013
Applications to the Bachelor of Arts programme will be considered until
Post-degree Programme Applicants
Bachelor of Education - January 15, 2013
Bachelor of Social Work - January 31, 2013
International applicants are encouraged to submit applications and supporting
documents by June 1st for September admission and October 1st for January
admission. While applications will be accepted beyond those dates, students who
apply later risk having insufficient time to obtain student visas and other
authorization. Please note that processing times at embassies can take up to
For information on other important dates, please visit Important Dates.
If you have been accepted to St. Thomas, you may confirm/decline the offer.