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Prospective Students

Why Choose Guelph For Neuroscience? 

Our neuroscience program is new, innovative and diverse. We bring together 4 different departments as part of one cohesive program to give our students the complete experience of what neuroscience is all about!

We are committed to our students and in order to offer more one-on-one guidance we keep the program relatively small. We believe this enhances the student experience and helps better prepare students for what comes after graduation. 

The goals of the students in our program vary from future doctors, teachers, researchers, policy makers and so much more, it is our priority to help prepare you the best we can for whatever future you have set your sights on. We have a number of unique opportunities for learning in a relevant workplace environments including research projects and internship opportunities that our team can help you organize. 

If you have any questions about the neuroscience program here at U of G please do not hesitate to contact us!

Why Choose UoG?

When you choose the University of Guelph, you join a community of learners who will shape our world’s collective future. Our purpose is to Improve Life and there are many ways to join us.

U of G offers more than 80 undergrad programs, more than 100 graduate and post-doctoral study programs, co-op education in a wide variety of disciplines, support for international students, diploma programs and access to a unique form of higher education at the University of Guelph-Humber.

We’ll help you make the choices – we’ll help you explore the possibilities. Our community is tailored for students, and that difference is noticeable from the first moment you get in touch.

Associated Fees


Details regarding Undergraduate Student Tuition Fees are available through Student Financial Services. You’ll also find information regarding meal plans, residence, tuition, parking (optional), etc.

All fees are subject to change.

All your individual account information is available on WebAdvisor under “Financial Profile.”


Please check out the Student Financial Services website for full details on tuition payment deadlines.


Ontario students wanting to apply for the Ontario Student Assistance Program should do so 8 to 10 weeks prior to the first day of classes in order to leave enough time for processing of the application.

Please see the OSAP section of the Student Financial Services website for detailed information regarding OSAP.

Program requirements when applying from an Ontario Highschool

  • Note, many students have only taken 2 of the 12U science credits, at UoG, we have specific courses for students that need to catch up on any of the science credits. It is not an additional course, it will not affect your progression through your program.