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TRANSFER IN FROM ANOTHER ONTARIO COLLEGE

START YOUR DIPLOMA TO DEGREE PATHWAY SEARCH

Graduates of a similar Diploma Program from another Ontario College can choose a program below to find the related Humber degree program and see how many semesters would be required to complete the degree*:

If you are already a Humber college student that wishes to switch to a different program, please speak to your program coordinator. Your program coordinator can help you determine what academic path is best suited to you.

*The advanced standing outlined in this chart is a general guideline. Diploma graduates may be required to take courses offered in lower semesters in order to meet the overall degree learning outcomes. Specific program grade point averages (GPAs) and subject requirements are required for admission. View the diploma pathway page for details.

** Diplomas must have the same program learning outcomes as the Humber diploma in order to be eligible for the block transfer.

DIPLOMA TO DEGREE TRANSFER STUDENTS

Ontario college diploma graduates who have completed a diploma with the same learning outcomes as a Humber diploma, may be considered for admissions and advanced standing.

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$2,500 DIPLOMA TO DEGREE TRANSFER SCHOLARSHIP

All students who have achieved a cumulative program grade point average (GPA) of 80% or better upon graduation of their Ontario college diploma will be automatically awarded a one-time scholarship of $2,500 in recognition of their academic achievement at the diploma level.

How to Apply

Graduates should apply through ontariocolleges.caApplying through the centralized application centre allows for the transmission of both your application and your college transcripts.

Choosing your Entry Semester (Level) at ontariocolleges.ca.

If you are applying to a degree program with a previously completed Ontario diploma in the same field of study, you should apply as follows:

  • Students applying to the Bachelor of Criminal Justice and Community Development should choose Entry Level 5.
  • Students applying to the Bachelor of Applied Arts - Paralegal Studies should choose Entry level 5. 
  • All other diploma to degree applicants should choose Entry Level 1. 

Application Deadline

February 1 – Equal Consideration Deadline

All applications received on or before February 1 will be given equal consideration in the admission process. Post-February 1 applications will be considered on a first-come, first-served basis depending on the availability of space in the program.

*Students may apply for advanced standing within 5 years of graduation from their diploma program.

*Students whose diploma graduation was more than 5 years ago may also be considered for admission, and will have their diploma evaluated by the academic school.

DIPLOMA TO DIPLOMA PATHWAYS

The Government of Ontario has created a central website called OnTransfer. This website houses the diploma to diploma transfer agreement between Ontario Colleges. If you are interested in transferring to Humber from another Ontario College in:

You can find Humber pathway agreements at ONTransfer.

Students who are looking to transfer after one year of completed studies in the above diploma programs, should apply to the first semester of the Humber diploma through ontariocolleges.ca. Once you have applied, please contact the admission officer for the diploma program at Humber to let them know that you would like to be considered for the provincial pathways agreement.


 

WANT TO KNOW MORE?

Read these FAQs for everything you need to know about transferring in from another Ontario College.

The overall GPA in the related diploma program must be a minimum of 65% in order to be eligible for the degree block transfer. Applicants must also possess the required English and Math courses. Please see the Pathways section of the diploma program pages for more details.

Students who have graduated from a related diploma program more than 5 years ago are still eligible to apply for the block transfer, but your curriculum will need to be reassessed by the academic school and additional reach back courses may be needed.

If you do not meet the block requirements, you may be eligible to apply for individual transfer credits for the Liberal Arts & Science Breadth Electives if you have a course grade of 65% or more. Please email transferopportunities@humber.ca for more details.

There will not be an admission test to get into the degree program from the diploma.

February 1 – Equal Consideration Deadline

All applications received on or before February 1 will be given equal consideration in the admission process. Post-February 1 applications will be considered on a first-come, first-served basis depending on the availability of space in the program.

Students may be eligible to apply for individual transfer credit if they don’t meet the block requirements. Please contact transferopportunities@humber.ca for more details.

Please note: Not all academic schools at Humber grant degree level credit for diploma level course.

Successful applicants with an overall cumulative grade point average of 80% or above in their diploma program will be automatically awarded the $2500 scholarship once they have paid their tuition deposit.