Redeemer is a great place for Canadian students who live outside of Ontario who want to venture out to a different province and explore a Christian university education. It’s our goal to help make your transition to university as seamless as possible. We realize coming from a different province requires different information regarding admission. We will be there along the way to help you throughout the process and clear any obstacles you might encounter. We look forward to working with you.

Application Process

  1. Apply online!
    Start and submit your application online! We’re always accepting applications, but if you apply before January 31st, it’s free to apply (after which you can still apply for a $40 fee).
  2. Send in your transcripts
    Request and submit up-to-date and official transcripts from your high school(s).

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Admission Requirements

Applicants from other provinces will be considered for admission based on the following requirements:

Alberta, Northwest Territories and Nunavut

  • ELA 30 or 31
  • Four additional academic 30 or 31 courses
    • No special projects or work experience courses used
  • Minimum grade average of 65%

British Columbia and Yukon Territory

  • ENG 12 or ENG 12 First Peoples
  • Four additional Grade 12 academic courses
    • One board approved course may be used (REL)
  • Minimum grade average of 65%


  • ENG 40S
  • Four additional academic 40S courses
  • Minimum grade average of 65%

New Brunswick

  • ENG 121 or 122
  • Five additional courses at the 120/121/122 level
  • Minimum grade average of 65%

Newfoundland and Labrador

  • 10 3000-level Academic credits, including ENGL 3201
  • Minimum grade average of 65%

Nova Scotia

  • ENG 12 Academic
  • Four additional Grade 12 Academic courses
  • Minimum grade average of 65%

Prince Edward Island

  • ENG 621 or 611
  • Four additional 621 or 611 courses
  • Minimum grade average of 65%


  • Two ENG courses at the 603 or 604 level and completion of one year of general CÉGEP
  • Students with two years of CÉGEP are eligible for admission to year two, and may be eligible for a maximum of 10 transfer courses
  • Minimum grade average of 65%


  • ENG A 30 or ENG B 30
  • Three additional 30-level courses
  • Minimum grade average of 65%

Additional Information

Additional Program Requirements

If you know what program(s) you are interested in, make sure you read about the potential additional program requirements found on the program’s page.

Language Requirements

All students are required to be proficient in the English language.

Advanced Placement Examinations

Students currently taking Advanced Placement Examinations with AP scores of 4 or 5 will be considered for transfer credit.