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Transfer Credits for Study Abroad Courses

Thinking of taking courses outside the University of Toronto Scarborough for credit? Make sure you know the steps.

UTSC Admissions

on 21 November 2017

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Transfer Credits for Study Abroad Courses
University of Toronto Scarborough
Which Courses to Take
Before you begin, take a look at the host University's course catalogue and select courses similar in content to U of T Scarborough courses.

Next, make sure the following conditions are met or you will not be eligible for transfer credit:
Credit/No Credit courses will not count. A grade must be assigned upon completion of the course
Only Management students (enrolled in a BBA program) are eligible to take Management courses for transfer credit beyond first year.
After the Course
Once final grades have been assigned, arrange for an official transcript to be sent to:

Centre for International Experience
University of Toronto
33 St. George Street
Toronto, ON M5S 2E3
When You Apply
Send the list of courses you want to take and the course syllabi to Carol Farquhar at farquhar@utsc.utoronto.ca.

For deadlines, visit

If you miss the deadline, we may not be able to determine your eligibility for transfer credits by the deadline to drop your course(s) without academic penalty.
Carol Farquhar
Admissions and Transfer Credit Assessor
Remember: To be eligible for the maximum amount of transfer credit (2.5 credits per semester), ensure you are taking a "full time course load," as defined by your host university. Review:
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