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University of Guelph

50 Stone Rd E, Guelph, ON N1G 2W1, Canada

Guelph

Programs of study

Undergraduate Degree Admissions Requirements Tuition fees Apply
Bachelor of Applied Science IELTS 6.5 24300 USD Apply
Bachelor of Arts IELTS 6.5 24300 USD Apply
Bachelor of Arts and Sciences IELTS 6.5 24300 USD Apply
Bachelor of Bio-Resource Management IELTS 6.5 24300 USD Apply
Bachelor of Commerce IELTS 6.5 24300 USD Apply
Bachelor of Computing IELTS 6.5 24300 USD Apply
Bachelor of Engineering IELTS 6.5 24300 USD Apply
Bachelor of Landscape Architecture IELTS 6.5 24300 USD Apply
Bachelor of Science IELTS 6.5 24300 USD Apply
Bachelor of Science in Agriculture IELTS 6.5 24300 USD Apply
Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences IELTS 6.5 24300 USD Apply
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine IELTS 6.5 24300 USD Apply
Associate Diplomas IELTS 6.5 24300 USD Apply
Postgraduate degree Admissions Requirements Tuition fees Apply
Art History and Visual Culture IELTS 6.5 33551 USD Apply
Artificial Intelligence * IELTS 6.5 33551 USD Apply
Bioinformatics IELTS 6.5 33551 USD Apply
Biomedical Sciences IELTS 6.5 33551 USD Apply
Biophysics IELTS 6.5 33551 USD Apply
MBA Business Administration IELTS 6.5 39000 USD Apply
Capacity Development & Extension IELTS 6.5 33551 USD Apply
Criminology & Criminal Justice Policy IELTS 6.5 33551 USD Apply
Economics IELTS 6.5 33551 USD Apply
Engineering IELTS 6.5 33551 USD Apply
English IELTS 6.5 33551 USD Apply
Human Health & Nutritional Sciences IELTS 6.5 33551 USD Apply
Public Health IELTS 6.5 33551 USD Apply
Theatre Studies IELTS 6.5 33551 USD Apply
Tourism & Hospitality IELTS 6.5 33551 USD Apply

About University of Guelph

The University of Guelph (U of G) was founded in 1964 in Ontario, Canada after several existing, adjacent colleges were amalgamated by the regional government. The university can trace its history back to 1874 with the opening of Ontario Agricultural College, the college was combined with Ontario Veterinary College and the Macdonald Institute to create the modern-day "U of G".

Today the university consists of seven faculties (including the original veterinary and agricultural colleges) offering a total of 90 majors in areas like Business and Economics, Physical and Engineering Science, Social and Applied Human Sciences among others.

The main campus covers over 4 km2 and is open and green with limestone buildings dating back to the original college’s creation in the late 1800s. Faculties are housed in a variety of old and more modern buildings and the campus is also home to the large Science Complex, opened in 2008 housing research into physical, biological and computational science. ­­

Much of the campus is dedicated to student housing, most students live on campus in various halls and smaller ‘town houses’ for international and upper-year students. The McLaughlin Library provides six floors of resources for all the students at U of G as well as digital resources.

A unique tradition persists at U of G regarding an antique cannon, named Old Jeremiah, brought to the campus by students in the early 1900s. For many years there was a tradition of student pranksters stealing the cannon and leaving it in unlikely places. Although these days old Jeremiah is cemented in place it is still customary for students to sneak out in the dead of night and paint messages on the cannon.

Scholarship availability Full scholarship available
Medium of instruction English
Established 1964
Students 24170
International students 1200
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Why University of Guelph?

Over 24,000 students learn at the University of Guelph every year. More than 800 faculty teach here every year. More than 1,800 research projects to improve life in a variety of capacities are currently underway.

Yet what the numbers don’t capture is how we live while we're here and after we leave. Our students, faculty and staff are engaged. They are passionate about being here. We are equally passionate about educating the whole person to shape better citizens of the world.

That has been our focus for over 150 years: life, living, always improving.

Academic Faculties

Programs of study

Undergraduate Degree Admissions Requirements Tuition fees Apply
Bachelor of Applied Science IELTS 6.5 24300 USD Apply
Bachelor of Arts IELTS 6.5 24300 USD Apply
Bachelor of Arts and Sciences IELTS 6.5 24300 USD Apply
Bachelor of Bio-Resource Management IELTS 6.5 24300 USD Apply
Bachelor of Commerce IELTS 6.5 24300 USD Apply
Bachelor of Computing IELTS 6.5 24300 USD Apply
Bachelor of Engineering IELTS 6.5 24300 USD Apply
Bachelor of Landscape Architecture IELTS 6.5 24300 USD Apply
Bachelor of Science IELTS 6.5 24300 USD Apply
Bachelor of Science in Agriculture IELTS 6.5 24300 USD Apply
Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences IELTS 6.5 24300 USD Apply
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine IELTS 6.5 24300 USD Apply
Associate Diplomas IELTS 6.5 24300 USD Apply
Postgraduate degree Admissions Requirements Tuition fees Apply
Art History and Visual Culture IELTS 6.5 33551 USD Apply
Artificial Intelligence * IELTS 6.5 33551 USD Apply
Bioinformatics IELTS 6.5 33551 USD Apply
Biomedical Sciences IELTS 6.5 33551 USD Apply
Biophysics IELTS 6.5 33551 USD Apply
MBA Business Administration IELTS 6.5 39000 USD Apply
Capacity Development & Extension IELTS 6.5 33551 USD Apply
Criminology & Criminal Justice Policy IELTS 6.5 33551 USD Apply
Economics IELTS 6.5 33551 USD Apply
Engineering IELTS 6.5 33551 USD Apply
English IELTS 6.5 33551 USD Apply
Human Health & Nutritional Sciences IELTS 6.5 33551 USD Apply
Public Health IELTS 6.5 33551 USD Apply
Theatre Studies IELTS 6.5 33551 USD Apply
Tourism & Hospitality IELTS 6.5 33551 USD Apply

Cultural life at University of Guelph

With more than 200 clubs and organizations, it's easy to get involved in campus life at U of G, and it is one of the best ways to ease your transition to university life.

Student clubs span cultural and religious interests, sports and academics, the arts and community service - there's something here for everyone. In addition, there are a number of student governments on campus and many groups that advocate for important social issues.

U of G students are actively involved in dynamic student government groups. As an undergraduate student, you will be a member of the Central Student Association (CSA), the official University of Guelph student government. The CSA organizes:

  • your student bus pass,
  • your student health and dental plans,
  • the Bullring, an on-campus coffee pub,
  • Sunday Cinema, a weekly film series,
  • concerts, shows, and speakers.


Accommodation Options at University of Guelph

For many, living on campus is an essential part of the U of G experience. Residence is where campus comes to life. Enjoy your new independence in a community with other new students who are making the most of their first year at university. Meet others from all over Ontario, Canada and the world who share your interests.


Each residence building has its own unique features, history and traditions, but they all have the standard comforts of home in common. You will find community spaces for socializing or gathering to watch a favourite TV show, and quiet areas for studying. Easy access to laundry facilities, kitchenettes and proximity to a variety of campus eateries means you're never far from what you need. With high speed internet access in every room, and wireless hotspots, it's easy to stay connected.


Location and Infrastructure

Our open, friendly campus is characterized by green lawns and a blend of modern and traditional architecture (historical tour). The 330-hectare (817-acre) site features Victorian turrets, modern concrete, glass and steel, hand-hewn century limestone, brick walkways, landscaped plazas, and a 165-hectare Arboretum.



With over 5,000 students in our single and family residences, Guelph has one of the largest and well-established university housing systems in Canada. We offer a variety of Residence Learning Communities, including Academic Clusters and Living-Learning Centres, bringing together students with common interests.

Hospitality's on-campus eateries reflect the types of restaurants and food courts that are most popular with today's students. From casual coffee houses to the renowned Creelman Marketplace, Guelph offers 16 different dining venues to suit any schedule or taste.

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