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Undergraduate & Graduate

Start dates

Fall 2018
September 5

Winter 2019
January 7

Spring 2019
May 6

Fall 2019
Sept 4

Tuition

Prices include the following:

  • tuition
  • bus pass
  • health insurance
  • some material fees

Diploma / Certificate Program
$6475 – 7075/term
$12950 – $14150/year

Graduate Program
$6,775/term $13,550/year

Degree Program
$7,575/term $15,150/year

Estimated Fees

Mandatory Fees

  • Service fee: $600/term
  • Medical insurance: $70/month
  • Bus fee: $140/term

Other Fees

  • Airport pick-up: $175/person
  • *Books & supplies: $200/item
  • *Laptop fees: $2,100 (approx.)
  • *Co-op fees: $0–800
  • * Co-op Fees: $475

* Applies to some programs

Housing

Landing pad

  • 30 days: $750/month

Homestay

  • 2 months minimum: $750/month

Regular College Withdrawal/refund policy **

In accordance with the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities’ Tuition Fee Operating Procedures, students must complete a withdrawal form within 10 business days of the beginning of a semester to receive a refund of fees for the current term. If you do not officially withdraw by completing the withdrawal form below you will be responsible for all fees assessed. Non-attendance does not constitute an Official Withdrawal.

International students are refunded all fees assessed for that term and subsequent terms paid in advance, less non-refundable fee(s):

  • International Tuition Fees ÷ Canadian Funded Tuition Fees X $500.00 CAD
  • If applicable, any fee paid for services that are non-refundable after use (airport pickup, medical insurance etc.)

The withdraw fee is calculated based on the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities policy.

Quebec Certificate of Acceptance (CAQ) is required for students who want to transfer to the province of Quebec. Failure to provide this CAQ document before the withdrawal deadline will result in the denial of the withdrawal request and no refund will be issued. The CAQ must accompany the Quebec institution’s letter of acceptance.

To start the withdraw process, click here

**please note that the entire withdrawal process must be completed in order to be eligible for a refund

Prices include the following:

  • tuition
  • bus pass
  • health insurance
  • some material fees

**International students that have been refused a study permit for the current semester and have notified the International Division within 10 days of the beginning of the semester will be refunded all fees paid less a non-refundable deposit of $200.00 CAD. Note, students are required to provide documentation verifying a study permit refusal.

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English as a Second Language

Start dates

English for Academic Preparation

Winter 2019
January 2, 2019 – April 18, 2019

Spring 2019
May 1, 2019 – August 16, 2019

Fall 2019
August 29, 2019 – December 13, 2019

Short-term EAP

Winter 2019
January 2 – February 22
February 28 – April 18

Spring 2019
May 1 – June 21
June 27 – August 16

Fall 2019
August 29 – October 18
October 24 – December 13

Tuition

Prices include the following:

  • tuition
  • bus pass (4 month EAP program only, not included with Short-term EAP)
  • health insurance
  • some material fees

EAP
4 months: $5,710

Short-term EAP
2 months: $3, 060

English as a Second Language Withdrawal/refund policy

Students must complete a withdrawal form within 10 business days of the beginning of a semester to receive a refund of fees for the current term. If you do not officially withdraw by completing the withdrawal form below you will be responsible for all fees assessed. Non-attendance does not constitute an Official Withdrawal.

International students are refunded all fees assessed for that term and subsequent terms paid in advance, less non-refundable fee(s):

  • Refund = Fees Paid – EAP Tuition
  • If applicable, any fee paid for services that are non-refundable after use (airport pick-up, medical insurance etc.)

Quebec Certificate of Acceptance (CAQ) is required for students who want to transfer to the province of Quebec. Failure to provide this CAQ document before the withdrawal deadline will result in the denial of the withdrawal request and no refund will be issued. The CAQ must accompany the Quebec institution’s letter of acceptance.

To start the withdraw process, click here

 

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Winter English

Start dates

Summer 2019
July 2 – July 26
July 29 – August 23

Winter 2020
January 13 – February 7

Tuition

Price includes the following:

  • all premium and cultural activities
  • academic activities
  • material fees
  • homestay (includes meals)
  • airport pick-up and drop-off
  • bus pass
  • health insurance
  • tuition

Summer and Winter English
$3,500

Estimated Study Expenses

The following information is provided as a minimum estimate only. Individual choices regarding living accommodations may vary widely. Fees change on an annual basis.

 

 
Post-Secondary Programs
English Programs
Bachelors & GraduatesDiplomas & CertificatesEAP ProgramShort Term EAPSummer EAP
Per 8 months of study
4 months2 months1 month
Tuition$12,800 - $14,400$12,000$4,850$2,675$2,950*
International Recovery Fee$750$750---
Service Fee$1050$1050---
Activity Fee--$320$160-
Medical Insurance$840$840$280$140-
Busing$186.30$186.30$93.16--
Homestay
includes 3 meals a day
$6,000$6,000$3,000$1,500-
Landing Pad
30 days
$750 (per month)$750 (per month)$750 (per month)$750 (per month)-
OR Room Rental$3,200 - $5,600$3,200 - $5,600$1,600 - $2,800$800 - $1,400-
OR DormitoryClick here for feesClick here for feesAvailable on Special Request-
Food$1,600$1,600$800$400-
Books & Supplies$2,500$2,500$500$500-
Co-op & Material Fees$0 - $1,275$0 - $1,275---
Personal Money$2,000 - $8,000$2,000 - $8,000$1,000 - $4,000$500 - $2,000$250 - $1,000
Total$24,896.30 - $37,501.30$24,096.30 - $35,101.30$9,803.16 - $13,643.16$5,355 - $7,275$3,200 - $3,950**

* Homestay fees is $750/month. 

** The Summer English program includes Tuition, Homestay, Local Busing, Materials, Books and Supplies, Medical Insurance, Airport Pick-Up and Drop Off, Service and Activity Fees.

 

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