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Many programs require a much higher CGPA for admission. Why doesn’t UoPeople?

UoPeople students are typically 25-40 years of age and are working adults and/or individuals with family responsibilities. They have been doing other things since completing their Bachelor’s degree, so that the undergraduate CGPA may no longer be the best predictor of their success in graduate school.


UoPeople’s two-stage admissions pathway is a much better indicator than an undergraduate CGPA of an individual’s capacity to handle graduate-level work.