Transfer Credit

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Transfer credit may be granted when a course from another accredited post-secondary institutions is equivalent to a course in the Faculty of Arts & Science.

If you have completed courses at another institution, you may be able to receive credit for these courses toward your degree in the Faculty of Arts & Science. You may also receive transfer credit for the following secondary school curricula:

  • Advanced Placement (AP)
  • Cambridge Pre-University Diploma
  • Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE)
  • French Baccalaureate Program
  • General Certificate of Education, Advanced Level (GCE)
  • International Baccalaureate, Higher Level (IB)
  • Singapore-Cambridge GCE, Advanced Level 

Please select one of the options below for more information on your eligibility for transfer credit.


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Newly Admitted Students

Students newly admitted to the Faculty of Arts & Science from specific secondary school curricula, CEGEP, college, university (including students from other U of T divisions and students pursuing a second degree)


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Current A&S Students

Current Faculty of Arts & Science students who wish to take courses at another university, including students participating in exchange programs