Good planning lets you focus on your success rather than your finances. Here is some basic information to help you get started.
Program tuition is calculated based on the number of courses you are taking.
In addition to course tuition, there are some miscellaneous fees that you should plan for, as shown in the table below. All students are required to pay tuition fees and expenses before the start of each term of study.
Tuition and Other Fees 2018-2019 (Effective Term 3, October 2018)
|Application||150.00||Registration of Admission (One-time, non-refundable)|
|Application for Re-admission||50.00||To Apply for Re-admission after withdrawal, drop-out, suspension|
|Enrolment (Registration) Fee||50.00||Per Term|
|Late Registration Fee||50.00||To Register for the term after the deadline|
|Late Payment Fee||75.00||Late fee after the payment deadline (2 weeks prior to start of term)|
|Payment Plan Fee||45.00||Prior to Payment Deadline|
|Payment Plan Late Application||75.00||After Payment Plan Deadline (|
|Payment Plan Late Fee||15.00||Payment made after payment due date|
|Domestic Tuition||690.00||Tuition Per Course (3 credit), (Non-Taxable)|
|International Tuition||1,530.00||Tuition Per Course, (3 credit), (Non-Taxable)|
|BHMT 440 Tuition||1,530.00||Tuition for Internship—Hospitality Management (6 credit), (Non- Taxable)|
|BHMT 490 Tuition||1,1530.00||Tuition for Hospitality Management Capstone Course, (6 credit), (Non-Taxable)|
|English for Academic Purposes (EAPP090) English for Academic Purposes (EAPP100)
English for Academic Purposes (EAPP100)
|Per course fee for bridging (Domestic and International) Per course fee for International Students (3 credits)
Per course fee for Domestic students (3 credits)
|Library Fee||51.00||Library Resource (per term)|
|Material/Photocopy fee||26.00||Copy/Course Material Fees (per course)|
|Student Activities||40.00||Events for Student (per term)|
|Student ID card||20.00||Student ID (for new students and replacement)|
|Textbook Cost||150.00||Approximate Average Cost of Textbooks per course|
|English Placement Test Fee||50.00||Re-Test is only allowed after 4 weeks|
|TAX (Federal GST) (Provincial PST)||5%
|GST is charged only on School Fees, Tuition Excluded Both GST and PST are charged on textbooks|
|PLAR||Under Review||Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (under review)|
|Challenge Exams||50.00||Arranged by the Registrar’s Office|
|Exam Change Fee||50.00||Change of exam date|
|Student Letters, course outline (each)||10.00||1.00 for each additional copy, urgent request $20.00|
|Transcripts||10.00||Students receive 3 free transcripts upon graduation|
|Reissuing of Degree Parchments||50.00||Per parchment|
Please note that tuition and other fees are subject to change without prior notice as per Acsenda School of Management Academic Calendar under the Finance Section.
How can I pay my tuition fees?
You can pay in person at our West Pender campus by cash, debit or credit card, or you can pay by wire transfer from anywhere in the world.
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce
1036 W. Georgia Street, Vancouver, BC V6E 3C7, Canada
Credit account of: Acsenda School of Management Inc.
Transit Number: 00500
Institution Number: 010
Account Number: 0994219
SWIFT Code: CIBCCATT
*Please note that wire transfers are subject to bank service charges from both the sending and receiving financial institutions. Be sure to take this into account when transferring tuition and fees.
Do I need medical insurance?
We require that all students provide proof of valid medical insurance coverage at the time of registration.
- Residents of British Columbia
All BC residents are required to have medical insurance under the BC Medical Services Plan.
- Residents of other provinces
Students from other provinces may be able to maintain medical coverage from their home province.
- International students
All newcomers to BC have a three-month waiting period before they can apply for the BC Medical Services Plan. During that waiting period, you are responsible for getting private insurance coverage until you are covered by MSP.
Questions about insurance? Please talk to our advisors.
Can I get loans or bursaries for my program?
Yes, if you are a Canadian citizen or permanent resident.
If you are taking a minimum 60% course load and you can demonstrate financial need, you can apply for aid through your home province’s student loan program.
Other bursaries or tuition subsidies may also be available to you. Talk to one of our advisors for the most up-to-date information.
What is the cost of living in Vancouver?
For cost of living in Vancouver visit this site from Study in Canada: http://www.studyincanada.com/english/canada/cost.asp
Please see our Vancouver page for more information on the city.