Electrical & Computer Engineering Bridge to UVic
To bridge to UVic into Electrical and Computer Engineering, apply and submit all documents before June 1 for the following January intake at Camosun College.
When you apply you will need to submit proof that you meet the following admission requirements.
Tip Where a letter grade is specified, you must have proof of that grade or higher.
|Computer, Electronics or Electrical Engineering Technology diploma|| |
Regardless of relevance to Engineering studies all postsecondary transcripts must be submitted
- Diploma programs must be Canadian Engineering Technologies accredited to be accepted for admission.
- Camosun College diploma graduates are not required to submit Camosun College transcripts; however an additional copy of secondary and other post-secondary transcripts is needed upon application.
- "In progress" transcripts may be accepted if students are currently enrolled in the final courses of their diploma program. The courses must be completed prior to acceptance for admission.
Applying to bridge to UVic
While enrolled in the Bridge programs you will be asked to apply to UVic. The UVic application deadline is September 30 each year to start in the following January term. When you apply, you will be asked to submit:
- UVic application form
- UVic application fee
Note: The second set of transcripts that you submitted upon application to Camosun College will be sent to UVic. No additional transcripts are needed at this stage; however, the university will require final transcripts from your Bridge program upon completion.
To obtain the Camosun College Bridge credential, students must obtain a "C" grade or higher in each course.
To obtain the Camosun College Bridge credential and to be eligible for admission to third year of the Engineering Program at the University the following criteria is applicable:
- Students must obtain a "C" grade or higher in each course. If a "D" or "F" grade is received, the student must repeat the course and obtain a grade of "C+" or higher. Repetition of a course to obtain a higher grade will only be permitted once.
- The Camosun College Bridge Program must be completed within two consecutive years. If a student wants to drop or withdraw from any course they must obtain permission prior to doing so, as there may be consequences that could adversely affect their admission to the University. Students must consult Academic Advising regarding any program or course changes.
Missing admission requirements?
Camosun offers a Electronics & Computer Engineering Technology - Renewable Energy diploma if you don't already have your credential.