2. Deposit for students who apply as Private Homestay. This is both with, or without, agent services. Refundable only if Study Permit denied, or student not accepted to program.
3. Tuition School Year September 1 to June 30, 2023-2024
$12,000 Full Year (Two Semesters) $6,000 Half Year (One semester)
Fees due July 1 for September start of classes Fees due December 1 for February start of classes
4. Homestay Fee 2023 - 2024 School Year (Room and Food)
$900 per month (*$1000 for students with special dietary needs)
5. Medical Insurance (mandatory for all students)
$500 per year / $300 1 semester
6. Transcript Validation
$200 per validation (Spain, Italy, Argentina, & Czech Republic)
$100 per validation (Brazil & Mexico)
7. Deferral Fee
"I want to thank the International Student Program for the great support you provided me during my 3 years in the program. I learned so much at my school. In all my classes the teachers were so nice and helpful. I also really enjoyed all of the cultural activities organized by the ISP program and making new friends. I love Winnipeg!" Bor from Vietnam
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