High School Program
About The Collegiate at The University of Winnipeg:
The Collegiate at The University of Winnipeg is the only high school program within a Canadian university. This exceptional high school offers studies at the Senior 2, Senior 3, and Senior 4 (Grade 10, Grade 11, and Grade 12) levels. A Collegiate Diploma qualifies you for entrance to any university in Canada.
You may attend The Collegiate in order to complete a high school diploma, to upgrade your high school qualifications, or just for the experience of studying at a Canadian high school. You may be eligible to begin your studies in a first year University Arts and Science program while you are completing your high school studies.
The academic year is designed to give university-bound students an experience of the pace demanded in studies at the undergraduate level while they are still under the closer supervision and guidance provided in a secondary school environment.
Students who achieve a grade of 70% or higher in Senior 4 (Grade 12) English are considered to have met the language requirement for admission to degree programs at The University of Winnipeg.
Courses are taught in each of the four terms per year:
- Fall (September to December)
- Winter (January to April)
- Spring (May to June)
- Summer (July to August)
Benefits of The Collegiate:
- Language Partners to help you practice English and learn about Canada.
- Activities organized by the International Students' Association
- Extra help with English, if you need it
- Access to all University of Winnipeg facilities including the library, athletic centre, bookstore, student centre, and cafeterias
- A fully modern computer lab with internet access
- Opportunities to study dramatic arts with a professional theatre company, visual arts at the famous Winnipeg Art Gallery, music at the Manitoba Conservatory of Music and Arts, and Dance at the School of Contemporary Dancers
Collegiate Admission Requirements:
Students are admitted to The Collegiate on an individual basis. You need to have completed the necessary level of study in your home country to transfer in to Senior 2, Senior 3, or Senior 4 (Grade 10, Grade 11, or Grade 12) at The Collegiate. You can use the following guidelines to see if you are likely to qualify:
- Senior 2 requires 9 years of education for entrance
- Senior 3 requires 10 years of education for entrance
- Senior 4 requires 11 years of education for entrance