Please note that we will not be processing applications until 8 to 10 months prior to the start of the selected term.
For Summer 2018, due to Canadian Immigration processing times for student visa applications, we will stop processing applications on the following dates:
Ghana, Nigeria – December 18, 2017
Brazil, Ecuador – February 19, 2018
Cameroon, Philippines, Vietnam – February 26, 2018
Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Barbados, El Salvador, Jamaica, Mauritius - March 5, 2018
China, India – March 12, 2018
Bermuda, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Saint Lucia, Taiwan, Trinidad and Tobago – March 19, 2018
Colombia – March 26, 2018
Bahamas, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Russia, Thailand, Turkey, Venezuela – April 2, 2018
Colombia, Japan, South Korea, Mexico – April 9, 2018
Netherlands Antilles – April 16, 2018
We will begin accepting applications for the January 2019 term on April 16, 2018 and will be prioritizing applications that include all documents required to make an admission decision. Please review the admissions requirements by country to ensure all documents are submitted.
We continue to receive far more applications than spaces available from international students. As a result, we are processing international applications on a selective basis. This means that we are setting processing priorities based on academic quality of applicants and diversity of the international student body.
We will begin sending admissions decisions to applicants after April 30th for the January term. Applicants from high-volume application countries will not receive admissions decisions until after June 4th.
The $75 CAD non-refundable application fee requires a credit card.
Please note: The program may be open when an application is submitted, but it may be closed at the time an Admission Officer reviews it. A program may also be closed at the time English language proficiency scores are submitted (to waive the EAP program requirement).
*Humber assesses admissibility to your first program choice. Your remaining program choices will only be assessed if you are not eligible for admission to your first program choice.