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Fall 2007 Admissions Profile

Fall 2007 admissions*

Undergraduate/ Professional Continuing Education Graduate studies

Applicants 26,390 1,636 8,377
Offers 12,208 1,262 3,188
Entering class
5,637 884 1,867

Entering class by region **

Undergraduate/ Professional Continuing Education Graduate studies

Quebec 2,582 45.8% 394 44.6% 889 47.6%
Other Canadian provinces 1,752 31.1% 52 5.9% 475 25.4%
U.S. 727 12.9% 26 2.9% 154 8.3%
Overseas 571 10.1% 324 36.6% 349 18.7%
Not reported 5 0.1% 88 10.0% 0 0.0%

5,637     100.0% 884   100.0%  1,867   100.0%

Undergraduate entering class by admissions unit

Undergraduate/Professional Admissions Applicants Registered students
Arts 10,024 1,674
Education 2,209 439
Engineering 3,895 651
Desautels Faculty of Management 5,088 587
Nursing 613 146
Physical and Occupational Therapy 470 104
Science 6,998 1,025
Interfaculty, B.A.&Sc. 3,127 191
Agricultural and Environmental Sciences 1,349 303
Dentistry 434 28
Law 1,700 177
Medicine (MDCM) 1,378 173
Schulich School of Music 709 125
Religious Studies 240 14
Total undergraduate***
26,390
5,637

Median Entrance Grade and Test Scores for new registrants, where available

These scores vary year to year, depending on number of applicants, how many applicants accept their offers, and capacity of programs. Averages are calculated based on admissions practice that may vary from year to year.

Median****
# of records
Quebec CEGEP r-score 30.13
2,170
Ontario high school - Grade 12 89% 987
Other Canadian high school - Grade 12 91% 505
U.S. high school - Grade 12 gpa (0-4.0 scale) 3.7
588
S.A.T. Critical Reading 690  514
S.A.T. Math 680
514
S.A.T. Writing 690
511
ACT composite 30
242

(****50% of scores of registered students were less than or equal to this score)

Source: szraads1, szraads3, szraads4, szraquts, szraquav Fall 2007

*Includes degrees, certificates, diplomas; Excludes special, visiting and exchange students
**Based on high school/college of applicant.
***Total is not the sum of the rows, as applicants are counted only once in total, even if they applied to more than one admissions unit.

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