These items are optional and you can choose them as you wish after applying for the course.
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English is not just a language we speak; it is an art form, a history, and an expression of thought and being.
By studying English at Mount Saint Vincent University, you gain a comprehensive understanding of its language and literature while exploring its connection to other areas of study and everyday life.
By developing invaluable skills in critical reading, writing, analysis, and research, you become more flexible and creative in your thinking and improve your abilities as a communicator — abilities that are an asset for any future career.
The students have also been very successful in getting into programs for further training, such as education, law, library and information management, environmental studies, and journalism, or in winning top national scholarships for graduate studies.
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The University Bridging Program (UBP EEAP 0800) prepares students for successful participation in MSVU undergraduate programs. Skills include:
UBP EEAP 0800 Program Schedule:
Summer 2022 – May 9 to August 4, 2022
Fall 2022 – September 7 to December 8, 2022
Winter 2023 – January 9 to April 6, 2023
*2021-2022 tuition: CAD $4,120
*Costs are updated annually by July 1 and take effect for the following Fall semester.
Classes resume in in-person in Fall 2022
6.0 (no score below 5.5) University Bridging Program with 1 undergraduate course
TOEFL (iBT Test)
80 – 85 (no score below 20) University Bridging Program with 1 undergraduate course
International applicants are expected to have completed a preparatory program that leads to university entrance in their own country.
Senior Middle Two and Three results as well as a graduation certificate. Students may also be asked to report scores from the National College Entrance Examination with grades of 70% or above.
English Language test scores are required.
Higher Secondary School Certificates awarded at XI or XII – with A, B or C grades.
English Language test scores may be required.
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