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Mature and Transfer Students

Your pathway to a confident future

I transferred to Glendon from one of the big university campuses in Toronto in part because that big impersonal environment wasn’t meant for me. I needed a personal approach within my academics, and that’s exactly what Glendon is about! I was happy and relieved I had finally found my place - it feels like home.

— Anna Arzumanova

Anna Arzumanova
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A step in the right direction

Where plans become possibilities, ideas are realized, and dreams are attainable – your path to success starts at Glendon. A small campus with a big heart, Glendon is a leading post-secondary institution that offers hands-on programs and research opportunities for career success. You’ll have easy access to student services professionals who offer one-on-one support, in addition to small classrooms where you really matter. Our engaged professors and our engaging staff will help make your Glendon experience the nurturing environment you’ve been looking for.

And you’ll develop your language advantage by taking courses in both English and French and having the option of complementing your degree with additional languages if you so choose. Upon graduation, you’ll be ready for a labour market that is increasingly looking for bilingual or multilingual candidates. No matter who you are, or where you’re transferring from, you can make your mark. Personalize your schedule with full-time studies or reduce your course load to follow your own pace. Prior knowledge of French is NOT a requirement for most of our programs.

Play our interactive game to explore how our programs match with your career goals.

Bring your credits with you

Whether you transfer as a mature student, directly from another postsecondary institution or come back to school after some time away, you'll find your fit at Glendon. We're proud to offer multiple pathways for those wishing to enhance their studies with a strong university education.

Professional programs requiring prior postsecondary studies

Accelerated Translation


Glendon's BEd is reserved for Glendon graduates only. Applicants transferring to Glendon from a college or university will need to transfer to an undergraduate program at Glendon and can apply to the BEd in the final year of their undergraduate program.

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How to Apply

  1. Meet minimum admission requirements.
  2. Meet program-specific requirements.
  3. Know the application deadlines.
  4. Submit your application.
  5. Submit all required documentation.
  6. Consider a modified admission request (for students with a diagnosed disability or extenuating circumstances that may have affected academic performance).
  7. Check on Transfer Credit for Advanced Placement.

Download our Transfer and Mature Student Handbook