Application FAQ

Application FAQ

What skills do I need to be a successful student in BSN program?

Nursing is a highly interactive profession and demands proficiency in communication. The ability to read, write, speak clearly and independently are required.

Basic math skills and the ability to work with decimals, fractions, and ratios are essential.

Must I wait until I have completed all the admission requirements before applying to the BSN program?

No. You may submit your application at any time. After your application has been assessed by an Admissions Advisor, you will be notified as to what admission requirements remain outstanding. You may submit documents supporting your application as they become available.

Please note that all requirements must be finished with final grades no later than the application/document deadline date for each intake. Courses with final grades pending after the deadline will not be accepted.

What happens after I submit my application?

An Admissions Advisor will inform you by email of the status of your application and whether additional information is required. If you have any questions, or wish to make inquiries regarding your application, please contact

Please note that admission to the BSN program is competitive and students who meet the minimum entry requirements are not guaranteed admission. A waiting list is not maintained for the BSN program.

Effective Spring 2025, exceptionally qualified applicants may be offered early rolling admission to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program.

How long should I expect to wait to receive an assessment from Registrar and Enrolment Services?

You can expect to receive an email regarding the status of your application within 8 weeks of submission.

Do I need to reapply if I am not offered a seat in the program?

Yes. As program admission is competitive, students must apply to each intake.

What additional program requirements must be met?

Students accepted to the program will be notified of additional requirements in their admission letter.