- Tuition and Fees (for One Semester)
Click here for financial information. Please note that an ELI student is considered a full-time student, and will pay full rates accordingly. Please also note the difference between tuition rates for Canadian and International students.
Prices will be adjusted annually. All fees are listed in Canadian funds. To check today’s exchange rate, see the Universal Currency Converter.
Textbooks, stationary, computer needs, Internet services and more are available at Providence Bookstore located on campus.
- International Health Insurance
International students and their families are eligible for Manitoba Health (at no fee), when the student holds a valid Canada Study Permit and when they and their family members will reside in Manitoba for a minimum of 6 consecutive months. International students are also required to purchase, for a fee, StudentGuard Plus health insurance to provide additional coverage for situations particular to the international student. International students studying short term without a Canada Study Permit will be enrolled in StudentsGuard Standard health insurance (at a fee) which closely resembles Manitoba Health but with the additional coverages necessary for international students. See the Province of Manitoba website for more information.
- Travel and Immigration Expenses
Students are responsible for their own travel plans and making sure their immigration documents are in order. If you would like someone from Providence University College to pick you up at the Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport (YWG) and drive you to the campus (free of charge on specified arrival dates), inform the International Student Services Coordinator at least two weeks prior to your arrival.
- Orientation Days: Please note that all new international students are required to attend International Student Orientation, approximately one week before class registration. Students failing to attend will be charged a $325 late arrival fee. For more information, see International Student Orientation.
- Personal Expenses
Students are responsible for their own personal expenses, including laundry, entertainment, transportation, telephone/internet service, computer accounts, etc.
Parents of International Students