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Manitoba High School

General Requirements

If you are studying at an Manitoba high school, you will need to complete the following for admission:

  • A complete High School Diploma, including:
  • English 40s
  • Four additional academic grade 12 courses
  • Required courses for your program.

To apply, please upload the following transcripts:

  • High school transcript including mid-year results. 

Program Specific Requirements

Arts & Social Sciences

English 40s

Four additional academic 12 courses

Management & Organizational Studies

English 40s

Math 40s, Pre-Calculus or Calculus

Three additional academic 12 courses

Acceptable Courses

Below are the courses we consider acceptable for admission.

Advanced Mathematics 45S
Anatomy & Physiology 45 (0.5)
Anthropology 42A
Any Advanced Placement 120 (AP)
Any International Baccalaureate (IB) except TOK
Any Language 40S
Any Language 41G
Applied Mathematics 40S
Biology 40S
Calculus 41G
Calculus 42U
Canadian History 40
Canadian Studies 41G
Chemistry 40S
Cinema as a Witness to Modern History 40S
Computer Science 40S
Current Topics in First Nations, Metis, and Inuit Studies 40S (1.0)
DNA Science 45 (0.5)
Ecology 45 (0.5)
Economic Geography 40
Economics 40S
English 40S: Comprehensive Focus
English 40S: Lang. & Technical Comm.
English 40S: Lang. & Transactional Forms
Environmental Science 42S
Foundations of Math 40S
French 40S
French Conversational 40
Genetics & Evolution 40
Geography -World: Human 40S
Global Issues 40S: Citizenship and Sustainability Government & Politics 45 AP
Intro to Calculus 45S
Latin 40
Law 40S
Mandarin – Special Language Credit
Modern Civilization 40
Modern History 40S
Modern World Problems 40
Music 40
Philosophy 41G
Physics 40S
Pre-calculus 40S
Psychology 40S
Spanish 40S
Statistics & Probability 45 (0.5)
Topics in Math 45 (0.5)
Western Civilization History 40S
World Issues 40S

Transfer Credit

If you are registered in Advanced Placement (AP) courses, and if you achieve a 4 out of 5 on your final AP exams, you may be considered for transfer credit to a maximum of two full credits as approved by the appropriate faculty. To be considered for transfer credit, you must have the College Board send your results directly to Huron’s Admission Office as soon as they are available.

Eligible for Transfer CreditEquivalent at WesternCredit Weight
AP Art HistoryVisual Art History 10401.0 
AP BiologyBiology 1001A and 1002B1.0 (0.5 each)
AP Calculus AB Calculus 1000A/B0.5
AP Calculus BCCalculus 1000A/B and 1501A/B1.0 (0.5 each)
AP ChemistryChemistry 1301A and 1302B 1.0 (0.5 each)
AP Chinese Language & CultureChinese 2100 TRN* 1.0
AP Computer Science AComputer Science 1026A/B0.5 
AP Computer Science ABComputer Science 1026A/B and 1027A/B1.0 (0.5 each)
AP EconomicsNot eligible 
AP English Language & CompositionNot eligible 
AP English Literature & CompositionEnglish 1020E1.0 
AP Environmental ScienceEnvironmental Science 1021G0.5 
AP French Language & CultureFrench 19101.0 
AP French LiteratureFrench 1900E 1.0 
AP German Language & CultureGerman 2200 TRN* 1.0
AP Government & PoliticsNot eligible 
AP HistoryHistory 1020 TRN*1.0 
AP Human Geography Geography 1400F0.5 
AP Italian Language & CultureItalian 2200 TRN*1.0 
AP Japanese Language & Culture Japanese 2200 TRN* 1.0 
AP Languages Language 0002 TRN* 1.0 
AP Latin (Literature or Vergil)Latin 1020 TRN* 1.0 
AP Music TheoryMusic 1122A/B0.5 
AP Physics C (Electricity & Magnetism)Physics 1502A/B0.5 
AP Physics C (Mechanics)Physics 1501A/B0.5
AP Physics 1 Physics 1101A (previously 1028A) 0.5
AP Physics 2 Physics 1102B (previously 1029B)0.5 
AP PrecalculusNot eligible 
AP PsychologyPsychology 1002A and 1003B1.0 (0.5 each)
AP Spanish Language & CultureSpanish 2200 TRN* 1.0 
AP Statistics Statistics 1024A/B0.5 
AP Studio Art 2D or 3D DesignVisual Arts Studio 2100A/B0.5 
AP Studio Art DrawingVisual Arts Studio 2104A0.5 

English Language Proficiency

If you have not studied for a minimum of four years (including the final year) in an institution where the language of instruction is English, you are required to submit a satisfactory English Language Proficiency test score. Huron requires one of the following:


Minimum overall score: 6.5

No section less than: 6.0


Minimum overall score: 83

No section less than: 20


Minimum overall score: 80

No section less than: 78


Minimum overall score: 60

No section less than: 60


Minimum overall score: 58

No section less than: 56


Minimum overall score: 115

No section less than: 100

Students who do not meet Huron’s English language requirement but are academically admissible will automatically be admitted into an Academic English program.

Programs include:


Students who qualify take ESL in July and August before starting full-time at Huron in September.


After successful completion of the High Advanced Level, students begin full-time studies at Huron. The length of program is dependent on English language proficiency.

Huron offers students conditional acceptance into undergraduate studies pending final completion of an approved language program. Students who successfully complete the language program will not have to provide an English Language Proficiency test examination score.

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