University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT)
Top five FAQs from Transfer Students
1. Will I get credit for my diploma if I apply to a degree at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology?
The university has 26 different college-to-university transfer programs which recognize your college diploma and give you advanced standing into one of our university degrees. Visit our college-to-university transfer programs page for more information.
If you want to apply to a four-year program, your college transcript will be assessed for individual transfer credit.
2. What’s new at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology?
The Faculty of Social Science and Humanities programs have recently changed to a 2 + 2 model. Your two-year college diploma will give you advanced entry into third year. This gives you more credit for your diploma and saves you money. You can get a diploma and degree in four years. The programs include:
- Communication and Digital Media Studies – Advanced Entry
- Criminology and Justice – Advanced Entry
- Forensic Psychology – Advanced Entry
- Legal Studies – Advanced Entry
- Political Science – Advanced Entry
The Educational Studies and Digital Technology program now has a Concurrent Education option. If you are interested in being a teacher, the Concurrent Education option gives you advanced acceptance into the Bachelor of Education Primary/Junior program.
3. How can I apply?
Visit the college-to-university transfer applicants page for information on how to apply, and important dates.
4. Where can I ask questions?
5. When can I visit the campus?
Book a campus tour, explore our virtual tour from the comfort of your own home or attend our Pathways Information Night on Wednesday, February 21.