Humber
Business Management
Diploma/Certificate
02251
The Business School
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Graduates with an overall GPA of 75 per cent or higher will be considered for admission to the four-year Bachelor of Commerce degree. Graduates may then complete the degree with the equivalent of six semesters of full-time study plus a paid work term. Successful applicants must also possess ENG4U or Humber's Communications 200 or Communications 300 with a grade of 70 per cent.; plus any Grade 12 U level Mathematics or Humber's BMAT 220 and BSTA 300, or equivalent, with an average of 70 per cent. For more information email enquiry@humber.ca. General Policy

Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario

Humber graduates with a B average (3.0 GPA) or higher will be eligible to receive up to 45 transfer credits toward a four-year Bachelor of Business Administration. Graduates with a  C+ average (2.5 - 2.99 GPA) will receive up to 15 credits (30 credits are equivalent to one academic year). For more information contact the Admissions Office at 705.949.2301 or info@algomau.ca. Formal Agreement

Athabasca, Alberta

Humber graduates may have direct transferability of up to 45 credits toward the three and four-year Bachelor of Management post-diploma program. Students may also receive up to 60 credits toward the 120 credit/four-year Professional Arts - Communication Studies. The programs are delivered by distance education. To speak with an Advisor call 1.866.652.0519 or email askau@athabasca.ca. For more information visit athabascau.ca or askau.ca.
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Birmingham, United Kingdom

Students who have successfully completed a two-year Diploma in Business Management with a GPA of 3.0 (70 per cent) or better will be considered for admission onto the second-year BA (Hons) Business and Management programme. For programme and admissions information visit http://www.bcu.ac.uk/courses/business-and-management or for more information the Birmingham City Business School website www.bcu.ac.uk/bcbs. Formal Agreement

 

St. Catharines, Ontario

Graduates with a minimum cumulative average of 70 per cent will be considered for admission and may be awarded up to three transfer credits. For more information email admissions@brocku.ca. General Policy

Ottawa, Ontario

Graduates with a GPA of 3.0 (70 per cent) or better and the prerequisite courses will be considered for admission and, depending on the appropriateness and the admission requirements of the chosen program, may receive advanced standing to a maximum of five credits (equivalent to one year). Grade 12 U or equivalent prerequisites are required for admission to programs with math and science prerequisites. Note: The minimum admission requirements only establish consideration for admission. Depending on availability of places and number of applicants, the overall admission average may be higher than the stated minimum requirements. For information call the Recruitment Office at 1.888.354.4414 or email liaison@carleton.ca. General Policy

Montreal, Quebec

Graduates are eligible to be considered for admission to the first year of a four-year degree program and may be eligible for up to a maximum of one semester (15 credits) of transfer credit. Concordia offers a Bachelor of Commerce, Major in Management or Major in Human Resource Management and a Bachelor of Administration. For further information visit concordia.ca. General Policy

Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA

Graduates will be considered for admission and may be granted up a minimum of 60 credits toward a Bachelor of Business Administration: Management or Bachelor of Business Administration/ Master of Business Administration: Strategic Management degree. Upon completing a bachelor's degree, graduates may qualify for practical training employment and may be able to work in the US for one year in a position related to the academic major when approved by USCIS. These programs are available both on campus and completely online. For further information, contact Rachel Buckner 1.800.686.1600, email rachel.buckner@davenport.edu or visit davenport.edu General Policy

Queensland, Australia

Humber graduates will be granted advanced standing up to a maximum of 120 credit points toward the 240-credit/three-year Bachelor of Business provided all other criteria are met and space remains available in the related program of study. For further information and to apply visit the Ontario representative's website at www.komconsultants.com. Formal Agreement

Queensland, Australia

Humber graduates will be considered for advanced standing of one year toward a three-year Bachelor of Business or Bachelor of Commerce. Actual subject credits will be assessed at time of enrolment. Visit jcu.edu.au. General Policy

London, Ontario

Graduates with a minimum GPA of B (3.0 or 75 per cent) will be considered for admission to the Bachelor of Arts and may be eligible for transfer credit to a maximum of five full courses. For more information contact the Registrar's Office at 519.433.3491 or visit kingsconnect.ca. General Policy

Thunder Bay & Orillia, Ontario

Graduates with a minimum cumulative average of B (70 per cent) will be considered for admission and may be awarded up to three transfer credits, depending on the compatibility of the program at the college and Lakehead. For more information email admissions@lakeheadu.ca or phone 1.800.465.3959. General Policy

Sudbury, Ontario

Graduates entering an Arts program are eligible for admission to a degree completion program with the following transfer credits: GPA of A (80 per cent or better) will receive from 36 to 42 credits; GPA of B (70-79 per cent) may receive 24 credits; GPA of C+ (65-69 per cent) may receive 12 credits. Graduates may receive from 12 to 30 transfer credits toward other degree programs (non-Arts) depending on the GPA and the degree of affinity of the program (six credits are equivalent to one course). For information contact Laurentian at 705.675.4843. General Policy

Hamilton, Ontario

Graduates with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.4 (85 per cent) or better and successful completion of either three maths at the college level or Grade 12 U Advanced Functions, Calculus and Vectors or Mathematics of Data Management course, may be considered for admission by the School of Business. Successful applicants may receive up to 30 units of transfer credit. For information visit www.degroote. mcmaster.ca or contact 905.525.4600.
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North Bay, Ontario

Graduates with a cumulative average of B (70 per cent) or better will be considered for admission with advanced standing to a maximum of 18 credits (three full courses). For more information contact 705.474.3461 ext. 4517 or nuinfo@nipissingu.ca or visit nipissingu.ca.
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Oswego, New York, USA

Graduates with a GPA of 2.5 (72 per cent) with acceptable preparation for the intended major will be considered for admission on an individual basis. Transfer credit will be granted on a course-by-course evaluation. Oswego offers a four-year Bachelor's degree in Business Administration. Canadian citizens are eligible for the International Student Undergraduate scholarship For more information contact the Office of Admissions at 315.312.2250 or email admiss@oswego.edu or visit oswego.edu. General Policy

Kingston, Ontario

Graduates are considered on an individual basis and may be eligible for admission to the first year of a degree program in the Faculty of Arts and Science. OACs, Grade 12 U/M or equivalent prerequisites may be required. For more information visit queensu.ca. General Policy

Victoria, British Columbia

Humber graduates with a GPA of B (73-76 per cent) (minimum 3.00 on 4.00 scale) will be eligible for admission with full block transfer credit into the Bachelor of Commerce in Entrepreneurial Management provided all other entrance criteria are met according to the current Memoramdum of Understanding (MoU) and space remains available. The program is an undergraduate completion degree that comprises years three and four in a full time12 month on-campus accelerated program or 24-month online with short residency program. Applicants will have completed at least 60 credits of business-related study at a first and second year level, and a minimum three years business-related work/life experience is essential for consideration and acceptance to the BCom Program. For more information contact the Enrolment Advisor at 1.877.778.6227 or visit royalroads.ca. Formal Agreement

Toronto, Ontario

Graduates with a minimum cumulative average of B (70 per cent) or better may be eligible for admission to the first year Bachelor of Commerce, Business Management program. Graduates must also meet the English and Mathematics requirements for these programs. College courses deemed equivalent to Ryerson courses are eligible for course credit provided a minimum grade of B (70 per cent) was obtained. Graduates are considered for admission into Information Technology Management, Bachelor of Commerce program at the first year level. College courses deemed equivalent to Ryerson courses are eligible for course credit provided a minimum grade of B (70 per cent) was obtained. Visit ryerson.ca/undergraduate/admission . General Policy

Peterborough, Ontario

Graduates with a minimum cumulative average of 70 per cent will be considered for admission to the Faculty of Arts and Science. Transfer credit may be awarded for academic courses; assessment is based upon grades and course content. For Program information - trentu.ca/undergraduate/departments.php; Transfer credit information - trentu.ca/undergraduate/howdoiapply.php; Admission inquiries - admissions@trentu.ca For all other inquiries please contact the Liaison Office at liaison@trentu.ca or call 1.888.739.8885. General Policy

Buffalo, New York, USA

Graduates with a minimum GPA of B (70 per cent) with suitable preparation for the intended major will be considered for admission on an individual basis. Transfer credits will be granted on a course-by-course evaluation. The University at Buffalo offers a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. For more information contact the Office of International Enrolment Management at 716.645.2368. General Policy

Pontypridd, Wales, UK

Humber graduates may be eligible for admission with advanced standing of up to one year into the three-year BA (Hons) Business Management or the three-year BA (Hons) Business Practice, provided all other criteria are met and space remains available. Applicants must make it clear on the application that they will arrange with the Humber Registrar to send their transcript to Glamorgan and must submit the application at least 60 days prior to the beginning of the program. For more information contact Joe Knapp, the Ontario representative at 1.888.632.0666 or joe@barclayknap.com. To contact Glamorgan email Bobby Mehta, International Recruitment at bmehta@glam.ac.uk or visit the website at international.glam.ac.uk. Formal Agreement

Guelph, Ontario

Graduates with a minimum cumulative 70 per cent average may be considered for admission to the degree program of their choosing. Some programs may require a higher average. Admitted students may receive a maximum of 3.00 transfer credits (one full time semester of study equates to 2.50 credits). Specific transfer credits are determined on an individual basis and at the point of admission. 4U prerequisites or equivalents may be required. Contact Admission Services at 519.824.4120 ext. 58721 for further information. General Policy

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Graduates with a cumulative GPA of B+ (75 per cent) or better will be considered for admission and may receive up to five transfer credits (five credits are equal to one academic year) toward the Bachelor of Business Administration program. All applicants are strongly encouraged to complete a Mature and Transfer Student Profile. Required courses include English 4U and one 4U Mathematics credit, or equivalent courses at the college level (i.e. COMM 200/ mathematics and statistics). Note: Graduates applying may enter into a May semester to begin their studies in the summer, with the possibility to progress toward completion of their degree in a shortened time frame. For information visit guelphhumber.ca/admissions, email admissions@guelphhumber.ca or contact Registrarial Services at 416.798.1331 ext. 6288.
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Oshawa, Ontario

Graduates with a cumulative B average (73 per cent or better) will be considered for admission to UOIT's one-semester (five courses) Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) Bridge program and upon successful completion of the bridging program with an overall B (75 per cent or better) average, will be eligible for admission to the third year of a four-year Bachelor of Commerce (Honours). For further information, email admissions@uoit.ca, phone 905.721.3190 or visit www.uoit.ca/pathways. General Policy

Ottawa, Ontario

Graduates with the required average and prerequisites (if applicable) will be considered for admission with up to 30 credits of advanced standing. Advanced standing granted will depend upon the courses completed, the grades achieved, the program chosen, and availability of space (30 credits are equivalent to approximately one year). For more information, visit www.uottawa.ca/welcome.html. General Policy

Toronto, Ontario

Minimum criteria for admission differ between divisions. For current admission requirements, clarification on prerequisites and eligibility for transfer credit for each division, visit www.adm.utoronto.ca/adm and select Transfer Students from the menu. The Faculty of Arts and Science and the University of Toronto at Scarborough consider academic studies for transfer credit, and may award up to two full course credit equivalents. The University of Toronto at Mississauga awards up to three course credits toward a degree. Five credits are equivalent to one full year of study. General Policy

London, Ontario

Graduates with a minimum GPA of B (3.0 or 75 per cent) will be considered for admission to the first year and will be considered for transfer credit on an individual basis. For more information contact Undergraduate Admissions at 519.661.2100 or visit www.welcome.uwo.ca. General Policy

Sydney, Australia

Humber graduates will be considered for admission with advanced standing up to a maximum of three semesters toward the Bachelor of Business and Commerce (Management). There may be a possibility of a study grant. For information and to apply, visit the Ontario representative's website at www.komconsultants.com. Formal Agreement

Windsor, Ontario

Graduates with a minimum cumulative average of B (70 per cent) (3.0) may be eligible for admission to the second year of the Bachelor of Commerce Program at the Odette School of Business Administration, to be determined on an individual basis. They may be required to take a remedial calculus course. For more information visit www.uwindsor.ca. General Policy

Waterloo, Ontario

Graduates with a cumulative average of B- (70-73 per cent) or better or B- (70-73 per cent) or better in the last two semesters are considered for admission to the first or second year of an appropriate Arts or Science program with advanced standing to a maximum of 7.5 credits (five credits are equivalent to one year) depending on the length of the college program and applicability of the courses taken. For further information visit www.wlu.ca/admissions.
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Brantford, ON

Graduates who have achieved an overall GPA of 75 per cent will be eligible for admission into most Honours programs at the Brantford campus and will receive six transfer credits. For more information contact: Craig Chipps cchipps@wlu.ca , 519.756.8228 ext. 5777, or visit www.wlu.ca/brantford/collegetransfer. General Policy

Toronto, Ontario

Graduates with an overall minimum GPA of 3.0 (70 per cent) may be eligible for admission and could be granted up to a maximum of 30 transfer course credits (five full university courses). Business programs such as the Bachelor of Administrative Studies typically require a higher GPA for admission consideration. Note: The minimum admission requirements only establish that you may be considered for admission. For admission to the Bachelor of Administrative Studies, students must present two Grade 12 U Math courses or equivalent. Students must also meet York's language proficiency requirements. Check the website at yorku.ca/futurestudents or call 416.736.5000. General Policy

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