You are considered an international applicant if you are a temporary resident of Canada (with a study permit, work permit or visitor visa); you are not a permanent resident or have refugee status in Canada.
You are considered an international applicant if you are not a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada and you do not have protected person status as a refugee in Canada. International applicants will study in Canada with a study permit or work permit, or with a visitor visa.
This timeline is for degree, diploma and certificate programs based on a standard 15-week term; some programs may differ. For apprenticeship, continuing education and open studies timelines, refer to program pages.
Program is not accepting applications.
Program is accepting applications.
If you apply and are qualified, you may either:
Program is accepting applications, but qualified applicants will be placed on a waitlist.
There is no guarantee that waitlisted applicants will be offered a seat, however it is common for seats to become available until the start of class. View Waitlist FAQ for more information.
Applications will open soon for this program. View the upcoming terms for open dates.
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