The admissions process at CADH is simpler than you think. CADH accepts individuals from a wide range of educational backgrounds from across Canada, the United States and abroad. The team at CADH will work with each prospective student on an individual basis to ensure the application process runs smoothly.
Prospective students will be asked to
a. Write an entrance examination focusing on the areas of comprehension and vocabulary.
Test Dates: Monday to Friday (please call 905 278 2794 to arrange your entrance test).
Fee: $75.00 payable on the day of testing.
Payment Options: VISA, AMEX, INTERAC, MASTERCARD or CASH
b. A short essay. The candidate’s ability to express him/herself using appropriate grammar, sentence structure, paragraph formation as well as use of relevant content and continuity of thought will be assessed.
Please note that CADH can help you if you do not have any of the following (please contact us to discuss your options):
a. Ontario secondary school or its equivalent is required to enter the program. Specific requirements include:
b. Applicants educated in Canada but outside Ontario must have a high school diploma equivalent to an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (O.S.S.D.). The Transcript must include the following:
c. Applicants educated outside Canada will require an education equivalent to an Ontario Secondary School Diploma, which includes English and Biology, Chemistry is highly recommended. Applicants are required to have their documents assessed by the World Education Service (www.wes.org/ca) or the International Credential Assessment Service of Canada (www.icascanada.ca) or the International Qualifications Assesment Service (http://work.alberta.ca/immigration/international-qualifications-assesment-service.html). One of the following English proficiency tests will be required:
Students can apply as a mature student if they meet the following criteria:
-Foreign-trained dentists are not required to have the equivalent of a Grade 11/12 biology but must have an equivalent of a grade 12 English. All educational documents must be assessed by the World Education Service (WES) or the International Qualifications Assesment Service (http://work.alberta.ca/immigration/international-qualifications-assesment-service.html) prior to admission to the program.
-Advanced Standing and Transfer Students: Students are not admitted into the program with advanced standing and/or transfer.
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