Canadian Matriculation except Quebec
Each province and territory in Canada offers its own matriculation qualification.
The University of Western Australia welcomes applications from students who have completed high school or senior secondary programs (except Quebec). To be admitted to the University, you must:
- satisfy the University's English language competence requirement by satisfactory performance in one of the English subjects detailed in the table below
- achieve a sufficient number of points to be offered a place
- satisfy any prerequisite subject requirements for your chosen course and major
Minimum entry scores
Canadian Matriculation students must meet equivalent entry standards to other applicants. The following table provides an overview of the points considered equivalent to various Australian Tertiary Admission Ranks.
|Canadian Matriculation Points||ATAR equivalent|
- Applicants must have been awarded the High School Graduation Diploma or Secondary School Diploma (depending on the Province).
- Points average of 5 or 6 subjects in the final year/highest grade subjects/exams (if required for entry to university, depending on the Province or Territory).
To satisfy course and major prerequisites, Canadian Matriculation subjects will require individual assessment for equivalents to WA Certificate of Education courses.