Supporting documents—exam scores, curriculum vitae (CV), reference letters, and language proficiency test scores—must be uploaded directly in the online application process.
Most departments also require 3 reference letters. You will need to supply the names and institutional email addresses of your referees in the online application.
Academic document submission information is as follows:
You will be required to scan and upload each page (front and back) of your most up-to-date official academic documents in PDF*:
— Transcripts or Marksheet in Original Language
— Marksheet in English Translation (if original is not in English)
— Degree Certificate in Original Language
— Degree Certificate in English Translation (if original is not in English)
— Official English Language Proficiency scores (if applicable) such as TOEFL, IELTS, MELAB, etc.
— Graduate record examination scores (if applicable) such as GRE, GMAT, etc.
— Any additional departmental requirements (if applicable) such as a Statement of Intent, writing samples, etc.
*For instructions on converting your documents into PDF and file naming conventions please see here.
If you receive an Official Admission Letter from the Faculty of Graduate Studies & Research, you must request official transcripts and degree certificates (if applicable) be sent from the relevant institution directly to the Faculty of Graduate Studies & Research.
Please refer to the Application Documents for either the Canadian Admissions Protocol or International Admissions Protocol to ensure that all your academic application documents are acceptable.
All supporting documents must be uploaded on or before the application submission deadline for the program to which you are applying.