Admission

General Admission

Queen’s admission requirements are divided into different student categories:

  • high school,
  • international and
  • mature students.

Read more about Queen’s admission requirements.

We offer Indigenous candidates an alternative admission pathway for first-year, full-time, first-entry undergraduate degree programs, known as the Indigenous Admission Policy.


Undergraduate Admission Pathway for Indigenous Students

We offer Indigenous candidates an alternative admission pathway for first-year, full-time, first-entry undergraduate degree programs.

To be considered under the Indigenous Admission Policy, you must apply through the OUAC and self-identify as having Indigenous ancestry, meet the general program requirements and deadlines for undergraduate admission, and provide approved documentation to the Indigenous Community Outreach Coordinator.

You can email any questions to the Four Directions Indigenous Student Centre or call: 613-533-6970.

All students are encouraged to complete the Personal Statement of Experience (PSE) in support of their application. While the PSE is optional for most programs, it is required for admission consideration for the Commerce program.

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Mature Students

Mature students can apply to Queen’s under the “interest student” category, which is not intended for on-campus studies. You must be over the age of 21 to apply under this category.

View information about applying as an interest student.

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