Students graduating from Mohawk with completed 2-year or 3-year diplomas will be considered for transfer credits. Students can be awarded up to a maximum of 5.0 transfer credits, equal to approximately 1 year of study. Transfer credit evaluations are completed after applicants apply for Admission to Brescia. Transfer students applying to the Foods and Nutrition program must have 12U Chemistry and Biology (or equivalent) to be considered for Admission.
Students who apply to Brescia that have graduated from any certificate of diploma program will also be automatically assessed for one of our Transfer Student Scholarships, eligibility begins at an 80% average.
About Brescia University College
Brescia University College is Canada’s only women’s university. For over a century, the university experience at Brescia challenges students to lead with wisdom, justice and compassion. The student-centred institution is committed to educating women through preparing its students for life-long leadership. Brescia has an average class size of 29 students, a 14:1 student/faculty ratio and an emphasis on academic excellence.
Brescia is affiliated with Western University, the third-largest university in the province. Our students benefit from a small, supportive atmosphere at Brescia while having access to resources at Western. Upon graduation, students receive their degree from Western.
- Canada’s only women’s university
- Average Class Size: 29 students
- Over 75 unique program module combinations
- 5-minute walk away from Western University (Brescia students graduate with a Western degree)
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1285 Western Road London, Ontario
Please visit our website for frequently asked questions and helpful resources: Brescia Admission Process Resources
Please contact the admissions team if you have specific questions related to your application: email@example.com