Self-report your grades

If you're a current grade 12 student at a Canadian high school (including offshore and IB schools), you are required to self-report your interim/final grade 11 and 12 marks or predicted IB grades through the UVic application.

When can I self-report?

Self-reporting opens on February 15 and closes on March 31. You will only be able to access the self-reporting section in your application after you receive the introductory email from your admission assistant.

You can only self-report your grades once, so be sure to wait until you know your midterm grades or feel you are best able to provide a good estimate of the final grades you will achieve.

How do I get a conditional offer of admission?

If you meet all of our admission requirements and have a satisfactory admission average, you will be eligible to receive an early conditional offer of admission.

If you don't receive an early conditional offer based on your self-reported grades, we will re-evaluate your application after receiving your electronic grades (BC and Ontario only) or your midterm transcripts.

Self-reporting averages for September 2017

The self-reporting averages required for students who applied for September 2017 are as follows.

  • Required averages are calculated on the Grade 12 courses required for entry to a program.
  • Estimated IB scores include additional points.

Gustavson School of Business

Program Required average Estimated IB score
Commerce 80% + selection 30 points + selection

If you're applying to the Commerce program, you must provide additional information to support your application.

Refer to the Supplemental application information page for more details.

Faculty of Education

Program Required average Estimated IB score
Teacher Education: Elementary Curriculum 80% 30 points

Faculty of Engineering

Program Required average Estimated IB score
Computer Science 83% overall; minimum 77% in approved Grade 12 math 31 points
Engineering 84% overall; minimum 77% in approved Grade 12 math 32 points

Faculty of Fine Arts

Program Required average Estimated IB score
Art History and Visual Studies 77% 29 points
Music 70% + selection 26 points + selection
Music & Computer Science 83% overall + selection; minimum 77% in approved Grade 12 math 31 points + selection
Theatre 70% + selection 26 points + selection
Visual Arts 70% + selection 26 points + selection
Writing 80% 30 points

If you're applying to one of the following programs, you must provide additional information to support your application:

  • Music
  • Music and Computer Science
  • Theatre
  • Visual Arts

Refer to the Supplemental application information page for details and deadlines.

Faculty of Human and Social Development

Program Required average Estimated IB score
Child and Youth Care 77% + selection 29 points + selection
Computer Science and Health Information Science 83% overall; minimum 77% in approved Grade 12 math 31 points
Health Information Science 75% 28 points

If you're applying to Child and Youth Care, you must provide additional information to support your application:

Refer to the Supplemental application information page for details and deadlines.

Faculty of Humanities

Program Required average Estimated IB score
All programs 77% 29 points

Faculty of Science

Program Required average Estimated IB score
All programs 82% overall; minimum 70% in approved Grade 12 math 31 points

Faculty of Social Sciences

Program Required average Estimated IB score
All programs 80% 30 points


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