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Yorkville University is committed to helping you evaluate different financial aid options and payment schedules to earn your degree.

You may qualify for bursary or scholarship assistance, reduced tuition or fees, or maximum transfer credit approval compared to other universities.

With start dates throughout the year, flexible payment schedules and an admissions process that appreciates your unique background, it is easier than you think to begin your university degree.*

*For further information about tuition, fees and payment methods, please contact Yorkville University’s Bursar’s Office at 1-888-886-1882. All fees and charges are quoted in Canadian dollars (CAD). Yorkville University also accepts equivalent payment in other currencies.

Please note: Arrangements for payment of tuition must be made at least two weeks prior to the start of each term. Tuition costs do not include other fees such as textbooks, expendable supplies, equipment and resource fees.

Tuition & Fees

Click on your program of interest below to learn more about the tuition & fees. If you have any further questions, please contact an Admissions Advisor.

Graduate Degrees

Undergraduate Degrees and Diploma

Financial Aid

Yorkville University offers flexible payment schedules and is committed to helping students find affordable solutions to finance their education.

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Scholarships & Bursaries

Yorkville University provides a limited number of scholarships and bursaries to help lower tuition and fees for students who qualify.

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FAQ

  • 1. Why should I apply to Yorkville University?

      Yorkville University’s programs lead to transformation through education and are for people who know what they want in life, both personally and professionally. We encourage applicants with diverse backgrounds who can clearly demonstrate their purpose in applying to a degree program.

      No matter where you are in Canada or the world, you can choose to study on campus or online—or a combination of both options—for many of our degree programs.

      You can also graduate sooner with approved transfer credits from post-secondary courses or military service or study year-round.

  • 2. Can I work full time and still complete my degree?

      Most students work either full time or part time—our degree programs offer the flexibility they need to study at home, at work or while travelling. For many of our online degree programs, our students are experienced professionals with work and family responsibilities.

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

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

  • 4. What degrees are offered at Yorkville University’s campuses?

      We have three campuses in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Toronto, Ontario, and Vancouver, British Columbia. Each campus offers different degree programs.

      For more information, please visit the Programs page or contact an Admissions Advisor.

  • 5. How do I apply?

      Please visit our program pages for more information. All of our programs offer start dates throughout the year. You may also contact an Admissions Advisor for further information.

  • 6. 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, for more information, click here. 

       

  • 7. Can I apply for a PGWP if I study at Yorkville University?

      International students who continuously study on campus for the majority of their courses and graduate may also apply for a Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP), which can be valid for up to three years and offers a path to permanent residency status in Canada. A student’s spouse or common-law partner may also apply for an open work permit.

      For more information, please click here.

  • 8. Can I work part time if I am an international student?

      As a condition of their study permit, international students who study on campus may be eligible to work part time up to 20 hrs. per week during semester and up to 30 hrs. per week study during break periods.

      For more information, please contact an Admissions Advisor.

  • 9. How is it possible to shorten my program duration?

      If you have previous post-secondary education or military service, you can apply to transfer credits towards completion of your program. For some programs, students can also use an approved term break to study year-round instead of having an academic term off. Yorkville University operates year-round and has academic terms and start dates throughout the year.

      For more information, please contact an Admissions Advisor.

  • 10. Can I substitute online courses for on-campus courses and vice versa?

      You may be able to substitute online and on campus courses depending on availability; it is commonly done by students in most of our programs. However, for international students who would like to apply for a Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP) in Canada, at least 50% of total courses must continuously be taken on campus with full-time student status.

      For more information, please contact an Admissions Advisor.

  • 11. What are your online degree programs like?

      Small class sizes, group learning modules and a robust online community provide an enhanced learning environment for our online students. You can expect to interact, share experiences and learn new knowledge and skills with peers from similar backgrounds as well as experienced faculty who can offer career advice and networking opportunities. Our online degrees are popular because they allow students to study at home, at work or even while commuting.

  • 12. What is it like to study on campus?

      Our on campus programs are offered in Vancouver and Toronto, which are vibrant, multicultural cities that offer incredible student life experiences.

      Studying on campus is a great way to make new friends and develop life-long relationships with peers and faculty.

      Students who study on campus also benefit from small class sizes, team-building exercises and being part of an enhanced classroom learning experience.

  • 13. Does Yorkville University have on-campus accommodation?

      Unfortunately, we do not offer accommodation on campus. However, several resources are available for students to search for off campus options.

  • 14. Does Yorkville University offer any scholarships?

      Yorkville University offers a limited number of scholarships and bursaries to qualified students. Please click here for more information.

      Yorkville University is committed to helping you evaluate different financial aid options and flexible payment schedules.

      For more information, please contact an Admissions Advisor.

  • 15. Does Yorkville University offer any assistance programs for members of the Canadian military?

      Anyone who is currently serving or has served more than two years in the Canadian Forces is eligible for a 25% tuition bursary. For more information, click here. 

      For more information, please contact an Admissions Advisor.

  • 16. 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.

      For more information, please contact an Admissions Advisor.

  • 16. What if I have more questions?

      Please see the FAQ for each program.

      For more information, please contact an Admissions Advisor.

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