• Sustainability Studies: With this certificate program, students can embed a sustainability education within their undergraduate degree. Students take part in applied research projects both on and off campus, learning how to resolve sustainability challenges.
• Biomedical Sciences: This program covers scientific research in areas such as cancer biology, neuroscience, genetics and infectious diseases. Students can apply their learning in tutorials and labs and through summer research opportunities.
• Entrepreneurship and Innovation: This concentration within the bachelor of commerce program allows students to focus on the start-up and operation of high potential businesses. Hands-on courses introduce students to all aspects of business development.
• SAPL Masterclass: Offered through the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape, this course offers lectures and lessons from industry professionals who explore a range of architectural topics.
• Sustainability in the Built Environment: This course examines how to achieve a stable and regenerative ecosystem within human-made environments. Topics include renewable energy and social justice.
$6,614 (includes compulsory ancillary fees)
Minimum Entering Grades
Arts: 72-81.6% · Science: 79-95% · Commerce: 82% ·
Undergraduates: Full-time: 25,224 · Part-time: 1,597
Graduates: Full-time: 5,996 · Part-time: 333
International Students: First-year: 8.1% ·
Male-Female Ratio: 46 to 54
Residence Spaces: 2,800 (approx. 800 reserved for first-year students)
Residence Costs: Double room with meals: $8,049 to $8,848 · Single room with meals: $10,550 to $11,349 · Apartment-style: $6,564 to $8,501