International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma
Students who are in the process of completing the IB Diploma will be considered for admission to the University based on their predicted grades. A minimum total score of 24 points, including the Extended Essay and Theory of Knowledge, will be required for general admission to the University. A higher score may be required for admission to the School of Nursing or Aviation program, specifically in program prerequisites. TWU requires that students submit the following items, signed, stamped, and sealed by their high school counsellor:
- the Anticipated IB Grades Form (available at www.twu.ca/undergraduate);
- an official high school transcript showing courses completed and grades attained for Grades 9 to 11;
- an official interim high school transcript that shows all other courses in progress (including IB courses).
In addition, upon completion of the IB Diploma, a final transcript will be required to complete the offer of admission and assessment of university credit for the IB Diploma courses.
Students completing the IB Diploma may be considered for financial aid based on their predicted grades. Refer to www.twu.ca/awards for details.back to top
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