Launch your career with confidence

The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree at Yorkville University provides you with the professional knowledge, skills and designation prerequisites that employers value, so you can launch your business career with confidence. 

Graduates are trained to be job ready in a variety of industries, including finance, software, aerospace, energy, manufacturing, fashion and media, or successfully start their own business. 

The rigorous curriculum covers a wide range of core business functions, including leadership, strategy, operations, accounting and marketing, and prepares students for on-the-job challenges.

Start Dates

January, April, July, October

Campuses

Vancouver and Toronto

Duration

As few as 2.5 years*

*With full course load, year-round study and/or approved transfer credits. Each applicant is encouraged to contact an Admissions Advisor to determine the potential duration of their degree program according to their unique circumstances. For comprehensive, up-to-date information, please view the Academic Calendar.

Program Specializations

Yorkville University offers a Bachelor of Business Administration (General), and with specializations in Accounting, Energy Management, Project Management and Supply Chain Management. These programs have received consent in British Columbia and are delivered on-campus.

In Ontario, Yorkville University offers a Bachelor of Business Administration with a specialization in Project Management, which is delivered on-campus.

  • Supply Chain Management

  • Project Management

  • Energy Management

Yorkville University provides an excellent academic experience, but what stands out to me the most are the non-academic activities and events both on and off campus.

Nancy Bhullar
On Campus BBA student

Program Features

Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP)

If you continuously study full time on campus for the majority of your courses, you may be eligible for a PGWP, which can be valid for up to three years.

Many international students apply for a PGWP in Canada after they graduate, which offers a path to permanent residency.

Campuses in Vancouver and Toronto

Four start dates during the year on campuses in Vancouver and Toronto — exciting, multicultural cities that offer you incredible student life experiences.

Make new friends, explore new communities and cultures, and balance your studies with fun activities in and outside the city.

Experienced faculty

Professional, industry-experienced faculty who are dedicated to helping students succeed academically and professionally.

Learn from highly educated faculty who have recognized credentials such as MBA or PhD degrees.

Practical focus

Career-focused degrees prepare you to be job ready with the professional skills, knowledge and designation prerequisites that employers value.

The rigorous, industry-based curriculum develops communication, teamwork and problem-solving skills with group learning assignments and business case studies.

YORKVILLE UNIVERSITY ADVANTAGE

Yorkville University programs are aimed at helping you achieve your personal and professional goals. Online or in class, across Canada, Yorkville University’s degrees are flexible, fast paced and above all, lead to transformation through education.

flexible learning

Flexibility

Balance your studies and personal life with a flexible course load and choice of online or on campus classes.

Accelerated Degrees

By allowing you to continue your studies year-round, with no forced breaks, studying at Yorkville gives you the opportunity to graduate faster. We also provide optimum credit transfers based on your previous learning.

Year-Round Start Dates

Start your program as soon as you are ready with various start dates throughout the year.

resources & support

Student Assistance

Succeed in your studies with the support of program advisors who can help you achieve your academic goals, and the student success team who provide health, wellness and career supports.

Tutoring Support

Yorkville’s Learning Success Centre is available online for quick help and study resources, including 24/7 tutoring.

Writing Lab

APA and writing tutoring services are available to assist students with academic writing.

Enhanced Learning

Small Class Sizes

Get personalized attention in an average class size of 20 students and learn through active participation.

Networking

Build lifelong relationships with students and professors as part of teamwork, discussions and assignments.

Experienced Faculty

Benefit from the knowledge of Yorkville faculty who have years of experience in their respective fields, and can use that expertise to help you achieve your own career goals.

VANCOUVER

Yorkville University’s West Coast Campus is located in beautiful Vancouver, a global city with strong cultural connections to the Asia-Pacific region.

TORONTO

Yorkville University’s Central Campus is located in Toronto, a vibrant, multicultural city that is a global hub for business, fashion and entertainment with a high quality of life.

Professional Designations

Yorkville University offers students the opportunity to earn prerequisites to apply for a variety of professional designations and stand out in the competitive job market.

Employers value graduates who are members of relevant professional associations and who demonstrate a commitment to upgrading their professional skills.

Some professional associations also allow students to apply for membership, which can help you gain on-the-job recognition and advance your career before you graduate.

Admission Requirements

Yorkville University offers the Bachelor of Business Administration On-Campus program at our Vancouver and Toronto campuses. Different specializations are available at each campus.

  • Vancouver Campus, British Columbia

      Our Vancouver Campus offers the following Bachelor of Business Administration On-Campus programs:

      Bachelor of Business Administration

      • General (Without Specialization)(On Campus)
      • Specialization in Accounting (On Campus)
      • Specialization in Energy Management (On Campus)
      • Specialization in Project Management (On Campus)
      • Specialization in Supply Chain Management (On Campus)

      The following admissions requirements apply to domestic students:

      High school

      Students entering from high school are required to have a British Columbia Certificate of Graduation or equivalent with at least a 65 percent average in the following:

      • Foundations Math 12 or Pre-Calculus Math 12 or Principles Math 12
      • English 12/English 12 First Peoples

      Students entering from high school are also required to provide:

      • Official high school transcript*
      • Completed online application
      • Application fee of $75

      University and College

      Students entering from another university or college will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.
      Graduates of a two-to-three-year college or university program will be considered for block transfer credits of up to a maximum of 60 credits.

      Students are required to provide:

      • Official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended*
      • Detailed course descriptions if applying for transfer credits
      • Completed online application
      • Application fee of $75

      Mature student

      A mature student is an applicant who has not achieved a British Columbia Certificate of Graduation or its equivalent, and who is at least 19 years old on or before the commencement of the program.

      Yorkville University’s admissions policy for mature students creates a pathway to enrolment for those who can demonstrate academic competence equivalent to those of British Columbia high school graduates.

      Mature students will be evaluated on the successful completion of courses at the post-secondary level or through proficiency assessments, and are required to provide:

      • Official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended*
      • Detailed course descriptions if applying for transfer credits
      • Completed online application
      • Application fee of $75

      *All official transcripts need to be sealed, stamped and sent directly from the issuing institution to Admissions Services for evaluation.

      Any questions? Please contact an Admissions Advisor.

      English Language Requirements

      English is the primary language of instruction at Yorkville University.

      Applicants whose native language is not English must prove proficiency in one of the following ways:

      • Completion of secondary education where English was the primary language of instruction.
      • Completion of at least 12 credit hours of previous post-secondary education where English was the language of instruction.
      • Completion with the equivalent of “B” standing of a post-secondary level English for Academic Purposes program accredited by Languages Canada.
      • Confirmation of an official Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score of at least 80 (Internet-based version).
      • Confirmation of an International English Language Test System (IELTS) band score of at least 6.5.
      • Confirmation of a Canadian Academic English Language Test (CAEL) score of 60 or higher.
      • Confirmation of a Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) score of Level C1 or higher.
      • Confirmation of a score equivalent to these scores on another test of English language proficiency recognized by and acceptable to the University.
      • Confirmation of a Duolingo minimum score of 105.

      Note: Yorkville University reserves the right to require proof of language proficiency before permission is granted to register in academic courses.

      Conditional Admission

      Applicants with English language proficiency scores that fall below the standards required for admission, may be considered for conditional admission in the following circumstances:

      IELTS score (or equivalent)

      6.5 and above

      • Students will enroll in the regular academic program.

      6.0 to less than 6.5

      • Students will enroll in the regular academic program and in an English for Academic Purposes (EAP) course in Term 1.

      The EAP course (ENGL180) is available at select campuses concurrently as part of Yorkville University’s programs and counts towards the completion of the degree. There is no additional cost to the program when students take the EAP course.

      Any questions? Please contact an Admissions Advisor.

  • Toronto Campus, Ontario

      Our Toronto Campus offers the following Bachelor of Business Administration On-Campus programs:

      Bachelor of Business Administration

      • Specialization in Project Management (On Campus)

      The following admissions requirements apply to domestic students:

      High school

      Students entering from high school are required to have an Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent with at least a 65 percent average in six courses from the University of University/College streams or equivalent including:

      • Grade 12 English (ENG4U level or equivalent)
      • Grade 12 Math (U/M level)
      • Four other Grade 12 courses at the U/M level

      Students entering from high school are also required to provide:

      • Official high school transcripts*
      • Resume
      • Completed online application
      • Application fee of $75

      University and College

      Students entering from another university or college will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. Graduates of a two-to-three-year college or university program will be considered for block transfer credits of up to a maximum of 60 credits.

      Students are required to provide:

      • Official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended*
      • Resume
      • Detailed course descriptions if applying for transfer credits
      • Completed online application
      • Application fee of $75

      Mature student

      A mature student is an applicant who has not achieved an Ontario Secondary School Diploma or its equivalent, and who is at least 19 years old on or before the commencement of the program.

      Yorkville University’s admissions policy for mature students creates a pathway to enrolment for those who can demonstrate academic competence equivalent to those of Ontario high school graduates.

      Mature students will be evaluated on the successful completion of courses at the post-secondary level or through proficiency assessments, and are required to provide:

      • Official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended*
      • Detailed course descriptions if applying for transfer credits
      • Resume
      • Completed online application
      • Application fee of $75

      *All official transcripts need to be sealed, stamped and sent directly from the issuing institution to Admissions Services for evaluation.

      Any questions? Please contact an Admissions Advisor.

      English Language Requirements

      English is the primary language of instruction at Yorkville University.

      Applicants whose native language is not English must prove proficiency in one of the following ways:

      • Completion of secondary education where English was the primary language of instruction.
      • Completion of at least 12 credit hours of previous post-secondary education where English was the language of instruction.
      • Completion with the equivalent of “B” standing of a post-secondary level English for Academic Purposes program accredited by Languages Canada.
      • Confirmation of an official Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score of at least 80 (Internet-based version).
      • Confirmation of an International English Language Test System (IELTS) band score of at least 6.5.
      • Confirmation of a Canadian Academic English Language Test (CAEL) score of 60 or higher.
      • Confirmation of a Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) score of Level C1 or higher.
      • Confirmation of a Canadian Language Benchmarks score of at least 7.
      • Confirmation of a score equivalent to these scores on another test of English language proficiency recognized by and acceptable to the University.
      • Confirmation of a Duolingo minimum score of 105.

      Note: Yorkville University reserves the right to require proof of language proficiency before permission is granted to register in academic courses.

      Conditional Admission

      Applicants with English language proficiency scores that fall below the standards required for admission, may be considered for conditional admission in the following circumstances:

      IELTS score (or equivalent)

      6.5 and above

      • Students will enroll in the regular academic program

      5.5 to less than 6.5

      • Students will enroll in the regular academic program and in an English for Academic Purposes (EAP) course in Term 1.

      The EAP course (ENGL180) is available at select campuses concurrently as part of Yorkville University’s programs and counts towards the completion of the degree. There is no additional cost to the program when students take the EAP course.

      Less than 5.5

      • Students will be referred to the ESL Pathway Program.

      Yorkville ESL Pathway Program

      The ESL Pathway Program enables students who have less than the minimum required IELTS scores to be accepted to Yorkville University programs in Ontario.

      The ESL Pathway offers three levels of study focused on improving English language skills in reading, writing and oral comprehension. Each level is 12 weeks in duration and involves 25 hours of instruction per week. All students will have access to ongoing language and international student services during their studies. In Toronto, the ESL Pathway program is only available at the Yonge Street location.

      Have any questions? Please contact an Admissions Advisor.

Yorkville University offers the Bachelor of Business Administration On-Campus program at our Vancouver and Toronto campuses. Different specializations are available at each campus.

We encourage applications from qualified students from all countries.

  • Vancouver Campus, British Columbia

      Our Vancouver Campus offers the following Bachelor of Business Administration On-Campus programs:

      Bachelor of Business Administration

      • General (Without Specialization)(On Campus)
      • Specialization in Accounting (On Campus)
      • Specialization in Energy Management (On Campus)
      • Specialization in Project Management (On Campus)
      • Specialization in Supply Chain Management (On Campus)

      The following admissions requirements apply to international students:

      How to apply

      To apply to a program, international students are required to provide:

      • Official high school or post-secondary transcripts*
      • Detailed course descriptions if applying for transfer credits; course descriptions must be translated
      • Proof of English language proficiency
      • Completed online application
      • Application fee of $75 CAD

      *All official transcripts need to be translated and notarized if necessary. Original transcripts should also be sealed, stamped and sent directly from the issuing institution to Admissions Services for evaluation.

      Any questions? Please contact an Admissions Advisor.

      English Language Requirements

      English is the primary language of instruction at Yorkville University.

      Applicants whose native language is not English must prove proficiency in one of the following ways:

      • Completion of secondary education where English was the primary language of instruction.
      • Completion of at least 12 credit hours of previous post-secondary education where English was the language of instruction.
      • Completion with the equivalent of “B” standing of a post-secondary level English for Academic Purposes program accredited by Languages Canada.
      • Confirmation of an official Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score of at least 80 (Internet-based version).
      • Confirmation of an International English Language Test System (IELTS) band score of at least 6.5.
      • Confirmation of a Canadian Academic English Language Test (CAEL) score of 60 or higher.
      • Confirmation of a Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) score of Level C1 or higher.
      • Confirmation of a score equivalent to these scores on another test of English language proficiency recognized by and acceptable to the University.
      • Confirmation of a Duolingo minimum score of 105.

      Note: Yorkville University reserves the right to require proof of language proficiency before permission is granted to register in academic courses.

      Conditional Admission

      Applicants with English language proficiency scores that fall below the standards required for admission, may be considered for conditional admission in the following circumstances:

      IELTS score (or equivalent)

      6.5 and above

      • Students will enroll in the regular academic program.

      6.0 to less than 6.5

      • Students will enroll in the regular academic program and in an English for Academic Purposes (EAP) course in Term 1.

      The EAP course (ENGL180) is available at select campuses concurrently as part of Yorkville University’s programs and counts towards the completion of the degree. There is no additional cost to the program when students take the EAP course.

  • Toronto Campus, Ontario

      Our Toronto Campus offers the following Bachelor of Business Administration On-Campus programs:

      Bachelor of Business Administration

      • Specialization in Project Management (On Campus)

      The following admissions requirements apply to international students:

      How to apply

      To apply to a program, international students are required to provide:

      • Official high school or post-secondary transcripts*
        Resume
      • Detailed course descriptions if applying for transfer credits; course descriptions must be translated
      • Proof of English language proficiency
      • Completed online application
      • Application fee of $75 CAD

      *All official transcripts need to be translated and notarized if necessary. Original transcripts should be sealed, stamped and sent directly from the issuing institution to Admissions Services for evaluation.

      Any questions? Please contact an Admissions Advisor.

      English Language Requirements

      English is the primary language of instruction at Yorkville University.

      Applicants whose native language is not English must prove proficiency in one of the following ways:

      • Completion of secondary education where English was the primary language of instruction.
      • Completion of at least 12 credit hours of previous post-secondary education where English was the language of instruction.
      • Completion with the equivalent of “B” standing of a post-secondary level English for Academic Purposes program accredited by Languages Canada.
      • Confirmation of an official Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score of at least 80 (Internet-based version).
      • Confirmation of an International English Language Test System (IELTS) band score of at least 6.5.
      • Confirmation of a Canadian Academic English Language Test (CAEL) score of 60 or higher.
      • Confirmation of a Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) score of Level C1 or higher.
      • Confirmation of a Canadian Language Benchmarks score of at least 7.
      • Confirmation of a score equivalent to these scores on another test of English language proficiency recognized by and acceptable to the University.
      • Confirmation of a Duolingo minimum score of 105.

      Note: Yorkville University reserves the right to require proof of language proficiency before permission is granted to register in academic courses.

      Conditional Admission

      Applicants with English language proficiency scores that fall below the standards required for admission, may be considered for conditional admission in the following circumstances:

      IELTS score (or equivalent)

      6.5 and above

      • Students will enroll in the regular academic program

      5.5 to less than 6.5

      • Students will enroll in the regular academic program and in an English for Academic Purposes (EAP) course in Term 1.

      The EAP course (ENGL180) is available at select campuses concurrently as part of Yorkville University’s programs and counts towards the completion of the degree. There is no additional cost to the program when students take the EAP course.

      Less than 5.5

      • Students will be referred to the ESL Pathway Program.

      Yorkville ESL Pathway Program

      The ESL Pathway Program enables students who have less than the minimum required IELTS scores to be accepted to Yorkville University programs in Ontario. The ESL Pathway offers three levels of study focused on improving English language skills in reading, writing and oral comprehension. Each level is 12 weeks in duration and involves 25 hours of instruction per week. All students will have access to ongoing language and international student services during their studies. In Toronto, the ESL Pathway program is only available at the Yonge Street location.

      Have any questions? Please contact an Admissions Advisor.

Tuition & Fees

The total cost of the Bachelor of Business Administration on campus degree program is $54,000.*

Full-time students who enroll without transfer credits may complete their degree in as few as 2.5 years with year-round study. Those students who successfully apply for transfer credits from another university or college may have this time of study further reduced.

Students must complete 120 credit hours of study to graduate from the Bachelor of Business Administration degree program. A typical course is three credit hours. The Bachelor of Business Administration program runs throughout the year, which is divided into four academic terms: Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer.

Total program tuition may vary based on actual credit transfers and course equivalencies. Below are sample calculations depending on the number of courses taken per term.

Courses per term Credits Credit Hour Fees
3 9 $450 9 x 450 = $4,050
4 12 $450 12 x 450 = $5,400

*As of 2020 – 2021. Please note that tuition and fees are subject to change.

Tuition Payment

Arrangements for payment of tuition must be made at least two weeks prior to the start of each term (please see the Academic Schedule for deadlines). Monthly payment arrangements can also be made. Please contact our Bursar’s Office for more details at 1-888-886-1882.

Please contact an Admissions Advisor to learn more about financial aid options.

Other Fees

Please note that costs do not include other fees such as textbooks, expendable supplies, equipment and resource fees. All fees and charges are quoted in Canadian dollars (CAD). Yorkville University also accepts equivalent payment in other currencies.

For further information about tuition, fees and payment methods, please contact Yorkville University’s Bursar’s Office.

Tuition rates are confirmed three months prior to the start of each term. Changes to tuition rates will be announced at least three months prior to the start of the term to which they apply.

The total cost of the Bachelor of Business Administration on campus degree program is $67,500 CAD.*

Full-time students who enroll without transfer credits may complete their degree in as few as 2.5 years with year-round study. Those students who successfully apply for transfer credits from another university or college may have this time of study further reduced.

Students must complete 120 credit hours of study to graduate from the Bachelor of Business Administration degree program. A typical course is three credit hours. The Bachelor of Business Administration program runs throughout the year, which is divided into four academic terms: Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer.

Total program tuition may vary based on actual credit transfers and course equivalencies. Below are sample calculations depending on the number of courses taken per term.

COURSES PER TERM CREDITS CREDIT HOUR FEES
3 9 $562.50 9 x 562.5 = CAD$5,062
4 12 $562.50 12 x 562.5 = CAD$6,750

*As of 2020 – 2021. Please note that tuition and fees are subject to change.

Tuition Payment

Arrangements for payment of tuition must be made at least two weeks prior to the start of each term (please see the Academic Schedule for deadlines). Monthly payment arrangements can also be made. Please contact our Bursar’s Office for more details at 1-888-886-1882.

Please contact an Admissions Advisor to learn more about financial aid options.

Other Fees

Please note that costs do not include other fees such as textbooks, expendable supplies, equipment and resource fees. All fees and charges are quoted in Canadian dollars (CAD). Yorkville University also accepts equivalent payment in other currencies.

For further information about tuition, fees and payment methods, please contact Yorkville University’s Bursar’s Office.

Tuition rates are confirmed three months prior to the start of each term. Changes to tuition rates will be announced at least three months prior to the start of the term to which they apply. Current tuition rates are available on the Yorkville University’s website or from the Bursar’s Office at 1-888-886-1882.

Financial Aid Types

Scholarships & Bursaries

Yorkville University provides a limited number of scholarships and bursaries to qualified students.

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Financial Aid

Yorkville University is committed to helping students find affordable solutions to finance their education investment.

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Partnerships

Learn more about Yorkville University’s partnerships and how they can save you money and help you graduate faster.

Articulation Partners

Previous students of select colleges have the opportunity to transfer credits towards Yorkville University’s programs and graduate faster.

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Canadian Forces

Special tuition bursaries and military training credit transfer options are offered to current and former Canadian Forces members and their families.

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UPS Partnership

Eligible students enrolled under a UPS partnership agreement receive special tuition rates.

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FAQ

  • 1. Why should I choose the Bachelor of Business Administration On-Campus program?

      Our career-focused bachelor’s degree program prepares you to launch your business career in as few as 2.5 years.

      You will graduate with the professional knowledge, skills and designation prerequisites that employers value.

      For the majority of students, the Bachelor of Business Administration On-Campus program allows a faster route to earning employment income after graduation.

      International students may also be eligible to work part time up to 20 hours per week in Canada during study period or 30 hours per week during study break.

  • 2. How is it possible to complete the program in 2.5 years?

      Students can use an approved term break to study year-round instead of having an academic term off.

      Yorkville University operates year-round and has four academic terms and intake periods starting in January, April, July and October.

      If you have previous post-secondary education, you can also apply to transfer credits from past college or university courses towards completion of the program, which can further shorten your study time.

  • 3. How much does the Bachelor of Business Administration On-Campus program cost?

      The Bachelor of Business Administration On-Campus program fees depend on whether you are an international or domestic student. Please see here for current tuition rates.

      Yorkville University is committed to helping you evaluate different financial aid options and payment schedules. Please contact an Admissions Advisor for more information.

  • 4. Can I work part time and still complete my on-campus degree?

      Most on campus students work part time – our degree programs offer the flexibility they need to study at home, at work or while travelling. Some on campus courses may also be substituted with online courses for additional flexibility in class schedule.

      For many of our online degree programs, our students are older and are experienced professionals with work and family responsibilities.

  • 5. Is Yorkville University approved to offer degree programs in Canada?

      Yorkville University is officially approved by the governments of New Brunswick, Ontario and British Columbia to offer degree programs.

  • 6. What is the application process for the Bachelor of Business Administration On-Campus program?

      The application process depends on whether you are an international or domestic student. Please see here for more information.

  • 7. Do I need a study permit to attend Yorkville University?

      If you are an international student, a study permit must be obtained before classes start. The study permit can be applied for online, at a Canadian consular office abroad, or in Canada. Please see here for more information.

  • 8. What are the student demographics of the classes?

      Most students in the Bachelor of Business Administration On-Campus program are international students aged 18 to 25 years old. A small average class size of 20 students fosters participation and teamwork. Yorkville University encourages applications from all countries.

  • 9. What is the difference between the Vancouver and Toronto on-campus programs?

      Our Vancouver campus offers all four Bachelor of Business Administration On-Campus specializations – Accounting, Energy Management, Project Management and Supply Chain Management – plus the General stream for students who do not wish to specialize.

      Our Toronto campus offers the Bachelor of Business Administration On-Campus program in Project Management. Please see here for more information on specialization options.

  • 10. Can I substitute on campus courses with online courses?

      Yes, you may be able to substitute Bachelor of Business Administration On-Campus courses for certain Bachelor of Business Administration Online courses.

      However, for international students who would like to apply for a Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP) in Canada, more than 50 percent of total courses must continuously be taken on campus with full-time student status. Please contact an Admissions Advisor for more information.

  • 11. Can I become a Chartered Professional Accountant with the Bachelor of Business Administration On-Campus program?

      The Bachelor of Business Administration On-Campus program was designed to help you fulfill many of the prerequisites to apply for certification to become a Chartered Professional Accountant, Payroll Compliance Practitioner, Certified Payroll Manager, Certified Associate in Project Management and Project Management Professional, and FortisBC Energy Specialist. Please contact an Admissions Advisor for more information.

  • 12. What IELTS or TOEFL score do I need to be accepted?

      Please contact an Admissions Advisor for more information on the minimum English language requirements.

  • 13. What if I don’t have the minimum English language requirements?

      Yorkville University offers several options for applicants who do not meet the minimum English language requirements for admission eligibility. Please contact an Admissions Advisor for more information.

  • 14. Does Yorkville University have on-campus housing accommodation?

      Unfortunately, we do not offer housing accommodation on campus. However, several resources are available for students to search for off-campus options. Please contact an Admissions Advisor for more information.

  • 15. How much money will I need for accommodation, meals and living expenses?

      Please note that below are approximate estimates in Canadian dollars (CAD). Each student will need to evaluate their own unique costs and budget accordingly.

      Estimated Monthly Living Expenses:

      • Housing $500-$1,200
      • Food $200-$400
      • Transportation $130-$200
      • Entertainment $100-$200
      • Phone $70-$100

      Total Monthly Budget $1,000-$2,100

  • 16. Does Yorkville University offer any scholarships?

      Several scholarships are offered by Yorkville University, but only domestic students are eligible to apply. Please see here for more information.

      Yorkville University is committed to helping you evaluate different financial aid options and payment schedules. Please contact an Admissions Advisor for more information.

  • 17. Can I apply for Canadian provincial student loans?

      Only domestic students can apply to Canadian provincial student loan programs such as the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) or StudentAid BC.

      Yorkville University is committed to helping you evaluate different financial aid options and payment schedules. Please contact an Admissions Advisor for more information.

  • 18. What if I have more questions?

      If you can’t find your questions addressed on this web page, please contact an Admissions Advisor.

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