Application process

Ready to apply? That is exciting! Please make sure to review all other International Future Student pages before applying, there is a lot of important information to consider.

Application timelines
TermApplications openApplications close (applicants without study permit)Applications close (applicants with study permit)Deferral deadline
Fall 2024October 3, 2023N/AMay 1, 2024August 1, 2024
Winter 2025February 1, 2024September 10, 2024October 1, 2024December 3, 2024
Spring 2025August 1, 2024January 6, 2025February 3, 2025April 1, 2025
Fall 2025October 1, 2024May 5, 2025June 2, 2025August 1, 2025


How to apply

Yukon University only accepts international applications via email. Please make sure to gather all documentation below and email it to as separate PDF files.

Once you submit your application and supporting documents, you will receive an automated email confirming it was received by our admissions office.

  1. Completed Winter 2025 application form
  2. A copy of your English Language Proficiency exam (IELTS Academic, TOEFL iBT, PTE Academic, Duolingo, or Certificate of Completion from ILAC for University Pathway Program).
  3. A copy of your high school and/or post-secondary transcript.
What to expect next

When an admissions officer reviews your application, your Yukon University’s account will be created, and you will receive instructions on the next steps. Below is a list of steps you will be expected to complete during this process.

An admissions officer will contact you with further information when your application reaches each stage. Please wait for the request prior to submitting anything.

Application fee

You will be required to pay a non-refundable application fee in the amount of $100. You will be contacted with next steps on how to pay your application fee. Your application will only continue to be processed after you pay for this fee.

Official or evaluated transcript

If you are required to submit an evaluated transcript, you will be advised within your letter of Eligibility.

Tuition deposit

Every Yukon University international student is required to pay a tuition deposit prior to receiving a Letter of Acceptance. The tuition deposit will be applied to your tuition fee balance. Yukon University’s tuition deposits are non-refundable and non-transferable. Please refer to Yukon University’s fees and costs page for detailed information.

Letter of acceptance and attestation letter

After you have completed each application step, you will receive a Letter of Acceptance from Yukon University Admissions. The university will also submit an Attestation Letter request to Government of the Yukon on your behalf. 

Once Yukon University receives your Attestation Letter from Government of the Yukon, Yukon University Admissions will send it to you via email.  

When you receive your Attestation Letter from Yukon University Admissions, you will then be eligible to submit it (alongside your Letter of Acceptance) when you apply for a Study Permit with Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).