If you are a current student with questions about life at Yukon University, our International Student Advisor is here to help.
Appointments are available in person, by email or by telephone to assist you throughout your time at Yukon University. Our International Student Advisor is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant who can assist you with navigating your way to success as an international student.
Common reasons to contact the International Student Advisor:
- Help with study and work permit applications
- Questions about your health Insurance
- Determine when you can work full- or part-time
- Advice on challenges adapting to life in the Yukon
- Information for SIN and income tax
Other areas where we can help you find strategies, include:
- adjusting to a new culture
- building a community of friends
- intercultural communication
Need to extend a study permit or apply for a co-op work permit? Get answers to your questions on studying and working in Canada, health insurance, as well as guidance on preparing your immigration applications and more at our monthly sessions hosted by the International Student Advisor.
Email us for more information.
Counselling services at YukonU provides culturally sensitive support to help you manage the demands of student life, transition to living in a new community, improve your well-being, and develop skills for academic and lifelong success. Counselling is a safe and confidential space to discuss your experiences and work towards personally identified goals.
We are here to support you!
The health and dental insurance plan is mandatory for students enrolled at Yukon University. The plan provides protection and security for eligible students, minimizing the effects of injury or ailments.
Health and dental plan fees
|Coverage term||Cost per plan (health and dental)|
|Full-year: first day of Fall term to August 31, 2022||$565 CAD|
|Eight-months: first day of Winter term to August 31, 2022||$390 CAD|
Note: Costs are payable along with tuition and fees at the start of term.
Adding family members to health and dental plans
Students wanting to add on family members can do so by paying additional fees directly through the insurance company once enrolled.
Opting out of health and dental plans
If a student is already covered under a government health insurance plan they may request to opt-out.
Each plan has an annual premium, therefore, opting out of either the health plan or dental plan must be done prior to the specified deadline and must be accompanied by proof of existing insurance.
The deadline to opt out of the health and dental plans is on the last day for payment of term fees. See our Important Dates.
For example, if your program starts in September, you must opt out prior to the end of the fall deadline.
No exceptions will be made if the deadline is missed. It is the student’s responsibility to pay the plan fees if they miss the applicable opt-out deadline.