Affordable tuition is one of the many reasons that students choose to study here.
Find Your Fees
Find out your tuition and fees by visiting your program page. Select the tab "Tuition & Fees" and then "International."
International students 2023/24 and 2024/25
Tuition fees for credit courses are based on course hours. The amounts indicated are approximate.
Your tuition and fees are due when you are accepted. We can only issue an unconditional offer letter when your tuition and fees have been paid. Your seat will not be held until your tuition and fees have been paid.
How to Pay
Tuition and fees can be paid by credit card, bank transfer, Flywire or through your Selkirk College Student Record after you have received a student number.
Before you pay your tuition and fees, please read Selkirk College Policy 8616: Student Withdrawal and Refunds.
New international students
International students who are in their first semester are not eligible for a refund of their semester/course tuition. The non-refundable seat deposit, which is the portion Selkirk College will retain if you choose not to attend, is equivalent to the normal 15-week semester program tuition regardless of your semester start date. International students who are enrolled and withdraw after the semester begins will also forfeit college fees. Please refer to the International Refund Policy attached with your letter of conditional acceptance (LOC) or letter of acceptance (LOA) for further details.
Students wishing to change their Selkirk College program after arriving in Canada must obtain the written approval of the school chair or dean and registrar to transfer their enrolment and tuition payment to another Selkirk College program.
Selkirk College cannot guarantee that program change requests will be accommodated.
If you wish to defer your application and any fees that have been paid to the next semester, you must do so in writing prior to the start of the semester.
An applicant who has been accepted into a program and paid their seat deposit may request a deferral of their program start date for a period of up to 12 months from the accepted program start date. Deferral for more than 12 months requires the applicant to reapply.
Study permit denied
Full refunds, less an administration fee, will be provided to students who do not receive their Canadian study permit. Students must notify Selkirk College in writing prior to the start of the semester and provide a scanned, notarized copy of the original letter from the Canadian Embassy stating the reasons the visa was denied.
Getting your refund
If you pay by international wire transfer, you will receive a refund by wire transfer or other mechanism that ensures prompt payment of the refund. The cost of the wire transfer will be deducted from the refund amount.
If your tuition and other fees are paid by a sponsor or relative, the refund will be sent to the same account and/or person it was received from—unless other directions are received in writing. No further documentation will be required. If your sponsor or relative are in Canada, the refund will be issued by cheque.
It is the student’s responsibility to provide the college with adequate information to complete the wire transfer.