College Pathway

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About this Pathway

UTM actively builds and maintains relationships with other higher education institutions to simplify the process of transferring to university. To date, we have partnered with George Brown, Humber, Mohawk, Niagara, and Sheridan.

Simply put, if you successfully complete the General Arts & Science (GAS) diploma programs intended for university transfer at a college listed here, you have the opportunity to apply for advanced standing (transfer credits) at UTM in an Arts stream (Humanities, Social Sciences, Communication & Culture, or Visual Studies).

Before You Apply

Prior to gaining admission to UTM, the following requirements must be met:

  • Completion of a two-year (four-semester) General Arts & Science program
  • Final cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 3.0 (roughly 73%)
  • Successful completion of prerequisite courses (if listed, other than English) with strong grades

In order to obtain advanced standing (transfer credits) towards your academic history at UTM, the following requirements must be met:

  • An appropriate combination of courses (see agreements below)
  • A minimum of 60% in each transferable courses (listed in the appendix of each agreement below)

Many academic programs at UTM also have further prerequisite and/or GPA requirements. If you are interested in pursuing other programs, ensure that you are aware and meet these requirements. You can learn more on our Undergraduate Programs page

How to Apply & College Agreements


Application Procedures, Course Equivalencies, and College Agreements

George Brown College logo

George Brown Application Procedures & Course Equivalencies

George Brown Agreement - 2016

Humber College logo

Humber Application Procedures & Course Equivalencies

Humber Agreement - 2016

Mohawk College logo

Mohawk Application Procedures & Course Equivalencies

Mohawk Agreement - 2016

Niagara College logo

Niagara Application Procedures & Course Equivalencies

Niagara Agreement - 2016

Sheridan College logo

Sheridan Application Procedures & Course Equivalencies

Sheridan Agreement - 2016


If you have any questions at all about our College Pathways, please do not hesitate to contact the Manager of Pathway Programs at UTM:

Phone: 905-569-5750
Fax: 905-569-4448
Twitter: @UTMPathways