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APPLICATION DEADLINES

2010-2011 academic year

WINTER 2011
International Applicants to be determined
All other applicants to be determined
N.B.: No admissions to Coop are accepted for the Winter Session.
 
SPRING/SUMMER 2010
Spring/Summer Closed
Nursing - Second Entry Program Closed
 
FALL 2010
International Applicants Closed
DEADLINES for all other applicants :  
Biomedical Science Extended
Common Law
(program offered in French)
February 1st, 2010
Common Law
(program offered in English)
November 2nd, 2009

Droit civil
(programme de licence)


Closed
Education
(Teacher Education)
Closed
Education
(Formation ? l'enseignement) (Temps complet)
Closed
  • Part-Time (BEd in french only)
Closed
Education
(Formation ? l'enseignement - Windsor campus)

August 1st, 2010
Journalism Closed

Medicine

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    account for admissions


September 15, 2009

  • Application submissions

October  1st, 2009

Music (BMus) Closed
Nursing (Woodroffe) Closed
Ophthalmic Medical Technology Extended
Public Relations Closed
Visual Arts (Major), Visual Arts (BFA) Closed
ALL OTHER PROGRAMS Extended

 *PLEASE NOTE THAT THE UNIVERSITY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO STOP ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS AT ANY  TIME.



By virtue of its commitment to excellence in a bilingual and bicultural milieu, the University of Ottawa is Canada's premier bilingual university. Most programs are given in both official languages.

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From the UOttawa website: It makes sense that Canada's premier bilingual university would be found in the heart of Canada's capital. Since 1848, the University of Ottawa has offered students a place where French and English Canada come together, share ideas, information and viewpoints. This gives our students a dynamic perspective on their studies.



We give them the opportunity to study, live and play in English, French or both. We offer them collaborative research projects and student-exchange programs through some 140 bilateral agreements with sister universities in over 50 countries. We offer a multicultural environment by welcoming students and professors from virtually every continent. And we encourage them to gain new experiences by taking part in the many international, government and cultural events staged in our own backyard, the nation's capital.

Housing: Residence is the ideal place to create strong bonds of friendship, to learn about people from different cultures and backgrounds, to meet people from other faculties, to enjoy the sense of community only a group can provide, or to experience living with a roommate.


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