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Self-Reporting for current high school students

February 15 to March 31
The University of Victoria offers an exciting opportunity for current grade 12 students studying in any Canadian high school curriculum or completing an International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma. After submitting an application for admission and receiving a student number, your next step is to self-report your high school results and be considered for an early conditional offer of admission for September 2015 entry.

It's Simple!

Self-report your interim/final grade 11 and 12 marks or predicted IB scores and find out right away if you are admitted to many programs at UVic.

Self-reporting is simple. It’s also the quickest way to get an admission offer -- and if you don't receive an early offer based on these grades, you can be considered for conditional admission again if you send us your official midterm transcript after April 15th. (BC and Ontario high school students will be automatically reconsidered when their electronic grades arrive in May.)

Steps to Reporting Your Grades   

  1. Apply on-line for admission (if you have not already done so). Within a few days you will receive an email confirmation with your UVic student number. Then return to this page between February 15th and March 31st to self-report your marks.
  2. Review the secondary school admission requirements for your province or the IB diploma. The required subjects and average (or IB score) depends on which program you chose when you applied for admission.
  3. Access the self-reporting site to enter your grades. Have your interim/final grade 11 and 12 marks, UVic student number (V#) and a valid email address ready. (To ensure you receive our messages, be sure to add uvic.ca to your email's safe senders list.) BC students must also provide their Personal Education Number (PEN) when self-reporting. Ask your school for this number if you don't already know it.

To receive an early conditional offer, students must meet all subject requirements for their program and a meet the cutoff average as indicated below:

Faculty Minimum Admission Requirement
  Grade 12 Average Predicted IB Score (including additional points)
BUSINESS TBA + selection TBA + selection
  Pre-Elementary Education TBA TBA
  Computer Science


(w/min. TBA in grade 12 Math)

  Engineering (BEng/BSeng)


(w/min. TBA in grade 12 Math)

  History in Art TBA TBA
  Music TBA + selection TBA + selection
  Visual Arts
  Writing TBA TBA
  Child & Youth Care TBA + selection TBA + selection
  Health Information Science TBA TBA


(w/min. TBA in grade 12 Math)




Applying for Scholarships

UVic offered more than $7.5 million in entrance scholarships in 2013! Students who are admitted with a self-reported grade 12 average of 85% or higher will be considered for scholarships. Check out more scholarship information at Student Awards & Financial Aid.


Don't wait to hear if you've been admitted. As soon as you know your student number, you can apply for on-campus housing.


If you have any questions, please contact your assigned admission assistant or use our online contact form.

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