Fees and costs

International student fees

All fees are in Canadian dollars 

Application Fee – non refundable $100.00

Tuition deposit must be paid prior to issuing Letter of Acceptance (except ESL programs).

Program fees

Remaining tuition and program fees are due upon arrival and before starting classes.

English as a Second Language (ESL) - advanced  and intermediate Level  
Semester fee (15 weeks) $4,150.00*
* Includes the option of enrolling in up to two university prep courses, one university prep course and one academic course, for Advanced ESL students only

 

Bachelor's Degrees, Diploma and Certificate programs  
Cost per credit $400

 

Culinary Arts program  
Semester fee $4,950

 

Trades programs  
Semester fee (20 weeks) $5,200

 

Other fees

Books and supplies  
ESL approximately $150.00 a semester
Other programs $500-$700 a semester

 

Accommodation  
Campus housing

Between $2,100.00 - $2,600.00 per term for single occupancy (16 weeks)

Campus housing damage deposit Between $250.00 -$900.00 (for single rooms)
Campus housing application fee $30.00 (non-refundable)
Homestay (includes meals) $800.00 a month
Homestay deposit $800.00
Homestay application fee $200.00 (non refundable)

* Please visit our Campus Housing page for full details on Dorm/Apartment accommodation options and fees 

 

Other required fees  
Technology fee $105.00 per semester
Student Union fee $55.00 per semester
Activity fee $31.00 per semester
Health insurance $565 Annual Fee
Accuplacer $15.00
Refund policy

Tuition deposit

Tuition deposit is non-refundable unless your study permit application is rejected by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). You must provide the College with a copy of the letter of rejection from IRCC, within three months of the date of receipt, in order to receive a tuition deposit refund. The refund will be processed within 6 to 8 weeks after International Office receives all required information and will either be in the form of a cheque or bank transfer. The final amount paid to you will be reduced by a $300 processing fee, and any other applicable charges such as courier fees or bank processing charges. Please note: Tuition fees are not transferrable to other institutions.

Tuition fee and withdrawals 

Tuition fees are generally non-refundable after registration.

Temporary tuition deposit refund policy for international students during COVID-19

  1. Tuition deposit (ranges between $6,000 and $14,400. Please see your Letter of Eligibility to confirm the amount) is non-refundable unless your study permit application is rejected by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). You must provide the University with a copy of the letter of rejection from IRCC, within three months of the date of receipt, in order to receive a tuition deposit refund. The refund will be processed within 6 to 8 weeks after International Office receives all required information. The final amount paid to you will be reduced by a $300 processing fee, and any other applicable charges such as courier fees or bank processing charges. Please note: Tuition fees are not transferrable to other institutions.
     
  2. Yukon University will refund 100% of tuition deposit if the University cancel the entire program due to COVID-19 (this does not apply to the programs which are delaying the starting dates or offering courses online) and there will be no charge of a $300 processing fee.
     
  3. International students can register in online courses without a study permit. If your study permit application is rejected by IRCC during a semester after you start your online courses, you may withdraw from the courses. However, tuition, mandatory and ancillary fees for the semester will not be refunded. Yukon University will refund the rest of unused tuition deposit once students provide the University with a copy of the letter of rejection from IRCC, within three months of the date of receipt, in order to receive a tuition deposit refund. The final amount paid to you will be reduced by a $300 processing fee, and any other applicable charges such as courier fees or bank processing charges. Please note: Tuition fees are not transferrable to other institutions.
     
  4. You can defer your starting date up to 3 semesters (including Spring semester) before you start your courses. Yukon University will keep your tuition deposit and the same rules above will apply to your deposit.

Please note that this is a temporary policy during COVID-19 Pandemic. The rules may change/ be updated without a notice.