105 – General Information and Procedures
- Applying for Part‑time Study
- Applying to a University Where You Previously Registered
- Reporting Previous Attendance at a University or College
- Financial Aid
- Student Health Insurance for International Students
- Study Permit (Visa)
- Verification of Documents and Information
- Use the 105 application to apply for admission in 2023. For applications to subsequent years (i.e., 2024 and beyond), you must start a new application. You can obtain this application from the OUAC beginning in September of the year before you expect your studies to begin. You will be required to pay a new processing fee and any applicable additional fees.
- The application service fees noted in this Application Guide are valid for 2023 admission only.
- We will send you an acknowledgement email immediately after you submit your application (assuming you provided a valid email address on your application).
Applying for Part‑time Study
You must use the 105 application to apply to part‑time studies at some universities. If this information is not specified within the individual university information pages, contact the university directly to obtain more information on how to apply.
Note: Use the 105 application if you are applying to Toronto Metropolitan University for Midwifery as well as another Toronto Met degree program or a program at another university. Otherwise, contact Toronto Met directly for more information.
Applying to a University Where You Previously Registered
Some universities require you to apply directly through their institutions (not through the OUAC) if you were previously registered there. Rules about re‑applying vary; therefore, contact the university you previously attended to determine whether you should use the 105 application.
Reporting Previous Attendance at a University or College
You must provide information about all universities or colleges you attended, since universities normally consider all educational experiences to be part of the academic background. Universities need to know your complete academic background to process your application.
You must request information about scholarships, bursaries and financial aid directly from each university. There is no centralized financial service in Ontario, and each university offers different levels of assistance.
Some universities offer scholarships based on academic merit to international applicants. Contact the individual universities for details.
Student Health Insurance for International Students
International applicants and their dependants are not eligible for free medical coverage under the Ontario Health Insurance Plan. As a result, Ontario universities have a compulsory private plan that provides equivalent coverage. More information about this plan is available from the individual universities.
Study Permit (Visa)
Citizens of other countries who want to study in Canada must obtain a study permit before they can be admitted to the country. You must contact an immigration official at a Canadian embassy that serves your country and provide proof of admission to a program of study in Canada before applying for the study permit.
Verification of Documents and Information
All documents are routinely verified by the universities. Evidence of false documents will result in you being banned from the university. Information about false or incomplete documents is shared with Universities Canada.