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American High School Curriculum
-  Complete grade 12 with a minimum high school average of C+ or better on a minimum of 5 academic subjects.
Please note:
Home School Students must provide SAT scores sent directly from College Board. 

British Patterned Education - General Certificate of Education(GCE), with two subjects at Advanced Level (A level) and three at GCSE/IGCSE Ordinary Level (O level), or three subjects at Advanced Level (A level) and one at the GCSE/IGCSE Ordinary Level (O level). 
Secondary School Grade: C (with no mark below a D) or 4 (no grade below a 3)
Please note: 
Applicants supplying Advanced Level certificates and GCSE/IGCSE Ordinary Level certificates from Cambridge International Examinations can send a scan of documents to intladmissions@uwinnipeg.ca as these can be verified online.  Supporting documents might be requested.
Pearson results must be sent directly from Pearsons via email or mail.

Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) diploma with a minimum of two 2-Unit subjects at the CAPE Advanced Level plus CSEC.
Also considered CSEC plus two years of college/university at an accredited school.
School copies will not be accepted - results must be issued by the Caribbean Examinations Council.
Secondary School Grade: IV (with no mark below V)

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) - SSCE(XII) - 72% average (For CBSE done prior to 2022, minimum 72% (B2) average in academic subjects with a difference between marks and positional grades no greater than 5%, otherwise lowest grade average be used)

International Baccalaureate – An IB diploma with 3 HL courses and 3 SL courses.  For transfer credit or advanced standing, no grade below 4 accepted.
Minimum points required: 24
Minimum total score of 24 points 
For information on transfer credit, please see: UWinnipeg's IB Policy [PDF]

Please note: International applicants will not be admitted based on the GED.  The University of Winnipeg does not recognize the GED as equivalent to a high school diploma.  GED scores may be considered in addition to country specific requirements/international curriculum pathways.