Transfer Credit, Letter of Permission and Visiting Student Payment Processes

Please select the appropriate option from the below list. All application fees are non-refundable.

  1. Transfer Credit On-Admission (Newly-Admitted Transfer Students)
    Students who received an offer of admission and were advised in their offer that they are eligible for transfer credit consideration.

  2. Letters of Permission (LOP)
    UTSC students who are applying for permission to study at an accredited university within Canada.

  3. Visiting Students to UTSC
    Students who are currently in degree programs at accredited Canadian universities where they are in good academic standing and have obtained (or are applying for) a letter of permission to study at UTSC.
    Please note: Visiting students are not eligible to study management courses at UTSC

  4. Transfer Credit (Post-Admission)
    Current UTSC students applying for transfer credit for course work completed at an accredited University after admission. The Transfer Credit (Post-Admission) application will be available in Spring 2019.

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