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Explanation of Fees

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Explanation of Fees

Contents:

·        About academic fees

·        Fees by Degree POSt 

·        Fees by Subject POSt 

·        Changing from FT Program Fees to PT Course Fees 

·        Balance of Degree fees

·        University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP)

·        Methods of Payment from Outside Canada

·        International Fee Exemptions

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The following is a general outline of the fees assessment process. It does not list all rules or specific program anomalies. Students should seek clarification of their situation if they have any questions.  

ACADEMIC FEES

Academic fees are set for each session. The official Tuition Fee Schedule is submitted to the University’s Business Board and Governing Council each spring for approval. The approved schedule covers the fees charged in a summer session and the following fall-winter session. Fees can be changed at any time upon approval of the Governing Council.

The academic records of all students include a Degree Program of Study (Degree POSt). In some divisions, enrolment in a Subject Program of Study (Subject POSt) is also recorded. The assessment of academic fees maps to the programs of study recorded on a student’s academic record.

Fees can be assessed by program or by course.  Assessment rules vary by program. There is both a domestic and international rate for academic fees; the same assessment rules apply for each rate. To determine how the fees in your program are assessed, check your account on the ACORN/ROSI. The academic fee charges are listed as ‘course fee’ or ‘program fee’.

Program Fee
This is a flat rate amount charged to all students in a program; there may be a full-time and/or part-time rate. 

Course Fees
Fees are assessed on a course by course basis. When a course is added, the course fee is charged immediately, regardless of when the course begins. When a course is canceled, the course fee is reversed in accordance with the refund schedule applicable to the student’s program.

Sometimes the fee amount set for students entering a program are at a different amount than for students continuing in the program. Students eligible for this ‘grandparenting’ of fees are identified by the date of entry into the degree program or year of study cohort.
 

FEES BY DEGREE PROGRAM OF STUDY (Degree POSt)

Fees are assessed by Degree POSt for ‘most’ programs. Those not assessed by Degree POSt are listed in the next section on assessment by Subject POSt. 

As a general rule, for degree programs, fees are assessed by the following method:

  • graduate programs – full-time and part-time - program fees
  • undergraduate, arts and science programs – course fees (see exceptions below)
  • undergraduate, other programs – full-time - program fees; part-time– course fees

For non-degree programs, fees are usually assessed by course, but this can vary by program.  
 

FEES BY SUBJECT PROGRAM OF STUDY (Subject POSt)       

Fees are assessed by Subject POSt for the following programs:

  • Arts & Science: Commerce, Computer Science, Bioinformatics & Computational Biology
  • U of T Mississauga: Bioinformatics, All Commerce Programs, Communication Culture & Information Technology (CCIT), Computer Science Specialist and Major (not Minor), Digital Enterprise Management, Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations, Information Security, Interactive Digital Media, Management, Visual Culture and Communication Specialist.
  • U of T Scarborough: Commerce, Management, any program leading to a BBA degree, Computer Science

Students in full-time programs are assessed a program fee; students in part-time programs are assessed a course fee.

In addition to the Subject POSt, attributes of students’ Degree POSts are also considered in the assessment of fees. These attributes include: registration status, year of study, attendance class (full-time or part-time status), credits earned.

Students are assessed fees once for each degree program registration. If a student is enrolled in more than one Subject POSt, he/she will be assessed the highest fees applicable to those Subject POSts.

The arts and science programs on the St. George, Mississauga and Scarborough campuses are considered equal for fees purposes. A student considering a move in registration from one campus to another should discuss the fee implications of such a move with their Registrar.


Adding a Subject POSt

Students are charged Subject POSt fees as soon as they accept enrolment in one of the designated Subject POSts.

The normal entry point for these programs is:

  • Arts & Science and University of Toronto Mississauga - the session following the session where the 4th credit is earned.
  • University of Toronto Scarborough – The session following the session where the 4th credit is earned or when a student is designated as being in their second year of study.

Students entering the program at a later point will be charged Subject POSt fees retroactively to the session designated as the normal entry point for the program.

Students admitted with transfer credit will be charged the program fee immediately if transfer credits of 4 or greater are granted (Arts & Science, U of T Mississauga, U of T Scarborough) or they are admitted to year 2 or higher (U of T Scarborough). If transfer credits are less than 4 credits or the student is admitted to year 1, then the Subject POSt fees will be assessed at the normal entry point for the program. 

I. Withdrawing from a Subject POSt in CURRENT 2017 Summer Session

2017 Summer Session

Subject POSt Withdrawal Fee Adjustment Schedule

 

1.    The normal entry point for Subject POSt enrolment is the session:

   a) FAS & UTM students: after the student has earned 4.0 credits or more (usually in Year 2).

   b)  UTSC students: entered Year 2.

2.    If the student entered the Subject POSt in a session later than the normal entry point, the student will be retroactively charged the Subject POSt fees for all sessions from the normal entry point into the program.  

3.    Subject POSt enrolment dates and procedures may differ based on the student’s division.  Detailed information can be viewed at:

 

FAS:  http://www.artsci.utoronto.ca/current/course/timetable/1718_fw/dereg-fees-csc-bcb

http://www.artsci.utoronto.ca/current/course/timetable/1718_fw/dereg-fees-commerce-ctep

UTM:  http://www.utm.utoronto.ca/registrar/office-registrar-publications/program-selection-guide-2017#commerce

UTSC:  http://www.utsc.utoronto.ca/registrar/program-fees

 

 

Subject POSt Enrolment

 

Subject POSt Withdrawal Deadline

 

Subject POSt

Fee Adjustment(s)

 

Student enrolls in the Subject POSt prior to July 1, 2017, remains registered for the Summer session, and withdraws from the Subject POSt

 

See Note 3

 

By May 22, 2017 (FAS student), By May 14, 2017 (UTM student),

By May 7, 2017 (UTSC student),

if enrolled in at least one F/Y section code course in the session

 

 

Subject Post fees for the Summer (current session) will be reversed and fees re-assessed as appropriate for the Subject POSt or degree Post in which the student is enrolled.  Otherwise, the Subject POSt fees remain in effect for the current session.

 

By July 10, 2017 (FAS student),

By July 10, 2017 (UTM student),

By June 25, 2017 (UTSC student), if enrolled in ONLY S section code courses in the session

 

 

Student enrolls in the Subject POSt between February 2 and June 30, 2017, remains registered for the Summer session, and withdraws from the Subject POSt

 

See Note 3

 

 

By Aug. 14, 2017 (FAS student)

By Aug. 14, 2017 (UTM student)

By July 31, 2017 (UTSC student)

 

If the student was charged Subject POSt fees retroactively for previous sessions and subsequently withdraws his/her enrolment in the Subject POSt in the current Summer session, the fees for the previous sessions will be reversed if the enrolment and withdrawal are considered to have taken place during the current Summer session (same session).  

 

 

II. Withdrawing from a Subject POSt in CURRENT 2017 FALL Session

2017 Fall Session

Subject POSt Withdrawal Fee Adjustment Schedule

 

1.    The normal entry point for Subject POSt enrolment is the session:

a)    FAS & UTM students: after the student has earned 4.0 credits or more, usually in Year 2

b)    UTSC students: entered Year 2.

2.    If the student entered the Subject POSt in a session later than the normal entry point, the student will be retroactively charged the Subject POSt fees for all sessions from the normal entry point into the program.  

3.    Subject POSt enrolment dates and procedures may differ based on the student’s division.  Detailed information can be viewed at:

 

FAS:  http://www.artsci.utoronto.ca/current/course/timetable/1718_fw/dereg-fees-csc-bcb

http://www.artsci.utoronto.ca/current/course/timetable/1718_fw/dereg-fees-commerce-ctep

UTM:  http://www.utm.utoronto.ca/registrar/office-registrar-publications/program-selection-guide-2017#commerce

UTSC:  http://www.utsc.utoronto.ca/registrar/program-fees

 

 

Subject POSt Enrolment

 

Subject POSt Withdrawal Deadline

 

Subject POSt

Fee Adjustment(s)

 

Student enrolls in the Subject POSt prior to Nov. 2, 2017, remains registered for the Fall session, and withdraws from the Subject POSt

 

See Note 3

 

By Sept. 05, 2017 (FAS student), By Sept. 18, 2017 (UTM student),

By Sept. 18, 2017 (UTSC student), if enrolled in at least one F/Y section code course in the session

 

 

Subject Post fees for the Fall (current session) will be reversed and fees re-assessed as appropriate for the Subject POSt or degree Post in which the student is enrolled.  Otherwise, the Subject POSt fees remain in effect for the current session.

 

By Jan. 17, 2018 (FAS student),

By Jan. 16, 2018 (UTM student),

By Jan. 18, 2018 (UTSC student), if enrolled in ONLY S section code courses in the session

 

 

Student enrolls in the Subject POSt between July 2 and Nov. 1, 2017, remains registered for the Fall session, and withdraws from the Subject POSt

 

See Note 3

 

 

By Dec. 6, 2017 (FAS student)

By Dec. 4, 2017 (UTM student)

By Dec. 4, 201 (UTSC student)

 

If the student was charged Subject POSt fees retroactively for previous sessions and subsequently withdraws his/her enrolment in the Subject POSt in the current Fall session, the fees for the previous sessions will be reversed if the enrolment and withdrawal are considered to have taken place during the current Fall session (same session).

 

 

 

Withdrawals after the dates specified above DO NOT result in fees adjustment.

You will be required to cancel all 200+ series associated courses in RSM (for commerce) or B.Ed. courses/practicums (for CTEP). If you do not do so, you will be removed from the courses.

 

Please note that you MUST NOT enrol in one of these subject POSts prior to June 30, 2017. If you do so, you will not be eligible to have retroactive charges for the 2017 summer session reversed if you subsequently decide to withdraw.

 

PROGRAMS THAT ARE CHARGED A PROGRAM FEE FOR FULL-TIME STUDIES AND COURSE FEES FOR PART-TIME STUDIES

If a student cancels a course and becomes part-time after the 100% period, there are serious financial implications. See the section Course Changes.     

BALANCE OF DEGREE FEES  (for Master’s degree programs)

A student who has been enrolled part-time in a Master's degree program may be required to pay additional academic fees in order to match the total minimum fees paid by a full-time student in the same program. In some cases, Balance of Degree fees may also apply to full-time students. These fees are determined by the OISE Registrar's Office (for OISE graduate students) or the SGS Student Services Office (for students in all other graduate programs); contact these offices for more information.

The Balance of Degree fee is assessed just prior to graduation.

University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP)

A University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP) premium is added to the account of all international students. UHIP is compulsory for all international students, as well as recent permanent residents and returning Canadian citizens who are in their 3 month OHIP waiting period.

If you are exempt from paying the international student fee (see the following section), you are still required to pay the UHIP premium.

Any student registering for the summer session and who has already paid the UHIP premium for the 2016-17 Fall/Winter session (i.e. in September or January) will not have to pay again; your coverage will continue until August 31st, 2017.

Any student registering for the summer session and who was not previously registered in the 2016-17 Fall/Winter session will have a UHIP premium of $204.00 added to their account. This charge will be posted after your registration invoice is produced; please add the payment to the invoice total. You will also need to obtain your UHIP card as proof of coverage. Go to www.uoft.me/uhip or visit the CIE’s UHIP Office in the Koffler Student Services Centre, 214 College St., Room 202, for registration instructions.

All eligible dependents (i.e. spouse/partner and/or children) are required to be enrolled in UHIP within 30 days of arrival in Canada or within 30 days from the date their previous UHIP coverage expires. Currently, the premium is $51.00 per month for one dependent or $102.00 per month for two or more dependents. UHIP charges for dependents are not part of your student account. You must arrange coverage directly with the UHIP Office.

You may be eligible for a partial UHIP refund if you receive OHIP coverage before July 31st, 2017. Please contact the UHIP Office in advance of receiving OHIP, if you wish to apply for a premium refund. Timing is very important and will affect the refund amount you may receive.

You must contact the UHIP Office in advance of completing your program, cancelling your registration or receiving OHIP, if you wish to apply for a refund. Timing is very important and will affect the refund amount you may receive.

For more information on UHIP, visit the Centre for International Experience (CIE) website at www.uoft.me/uhip or contact the UHIP Office with any questions or concerns:
UHIP Office, Centre for International Experience
Koffler Student Services Centre, Room 202
214 College Street

Tele: 416 978-0290 Email: uhip.information@utoronto.ca

 

Methods of Payment from Outside Canada 

University of Toronto students normally pay tuition at a branch of a financial institution (bank) in Canada. If you wish to make payment before you arrive in Canada , refer to the section Making Payments for information about making payment from outside Canada.

 

International Fee Exemptions

Who is exempt from international fees?

In accordance with the 2009-2010 Ontario Operating Funds Distribution Manual, international students who fall within one of the following categories may be eligible to pay domestic fees:

·        Dependents of Canadian Citizens/native Canadians

·        Dependents of Permanent Residents

·        A person who has been approved “in-principle” for permanent resident status in Canada and dependents

·        A visitor with a work permit and dependents (see exclusions below)

·        A visitor with diplomatic status and dependents

·        Religious workers (work permit exempt) and dependents

·       Protected Persons and Dependents

Please review the Definitions section below for more details regarding these categories.

How do I apply for an international fee exemption status?

If you are an international student who fits into one of the categories above, you may apply for an international fee exemption by reporting your status and providing supporting documentation to your faculty, college, or campus registrar office. Supporting documentation provided must be received before the deadlines listed below. Exceptions to deadlines will not be permitted.

How do I renew my international fee exemption status?

You are required to maintain your international fee exemption status while studying at the University by presenting updated supporting documentation to your registrar office before your status expires.  Should your international fee exemption status change mid-way through one of the study periods noted below, you must obtain an extension prior to the beginning of your next study period. Failure to do so will result in a return to international fees in all future study periods. You may also be required to prove your status at the request of the University any time during your studies.

Note: If your exemption status has changed as a result of circumstances beyond your control (e.g., you are the dependent of a diplomat whose parent is reassigned to another country), you may be able to continue your studies with an international fee exemption status until the completion of your program. This extension will not apply to future programs or degrees following the completion of your current program or degree. Please visit your faculty, college, or campus registrar office for more information about extending your international fee exemption status.

What are the deadlines to apply for an international fee exemption?

Study Period1

Level of Study

Deadline2

Fall-Winter

Undergraduate or Graduate

November 1

Winter only

Undergraduate or Graduate

February 1

Summer

Undergraduate

June 2

Summer

Graduate

June 30

Summer Term 2 Only3

Undergraduate

July 24

Notes

1.       A tuition adjustment will take place in the study period that an international fee exemption has been approved. Retroactive fee changes for previous study periods will not be granted.

2.       Exceptions to deadlines are not permitted.

3.       Term 2 of the summer session is defined as the duration of S courses or the second half of Y courses.


 What supporting documentation is required?

Please use the table below to assist you in providing the appropriate supporting documentation. Alternate or additional documentation may be requested at the discretion of your registrar office. Where applicable, students will be required to prove their dependent relationship with their parent, spouse, or common-law partner (e.g., statutory declaration or affidavit of common law status, marriage certificate, birth certificate, etc.).


All documentation presented must be original, valid, and in the same name of the University’s record keeping system (for students). If the photo on your photo ID is more than 5 years old, additional photo identification will be required to confirm your identity. The names on both photo identification documents should match. Please visit this website for a list of University accepted Government-Issued photo ID.

 

Examples of Supporting Documentation: 

IE Category

Documentation From Student

Documentation From Parent, Spouse or

Common Law partner (when applicable)

Dependents of Canadian Citizens/native Canadians

Foreign passport +

post-secondary study permit + proof of dependent relationship

1. Canadian Passport; or

 

2. Nexus Card or Canadian; or

 

3. Birth Certificate + Government-Issued Photo ID; or

 

4. Canadian Citizenship Card; or

 

5. Canadian Citizenship Certificate + Government-Issued Photo ID; or

 

6. Certificate of Indian Status Card (issued by DIAND/INAC/AANDC) or new Secure Certificate of Indian Status card (SCIS)

Dependents of Permanent Residents

Foreign passport +

post-secondary study permit + proof of dependent relationship

1. Valid Canadian Permanent Residency Card;

 

2.Confirmation of Permanent Residence Visa (IMM 5292, IMM 5688) + Government-Issued Photo ID

 

3. Record of Landing (IMM 1000) + Government-Issued Photo ID

A person who has been approved “in-principle” for permanent resident status in Canada

Foreign passport + post-secondary study permit + “Approval-in-Principle”  letter from IRCC

 

N/A

A dependent of a person who has been approved “in-principle” for permanent resident status in Canada

Foreign passport + post-secondary study permit + proof of dependent relationship

Foreign passport + “Approval-in-Principle”  letter from IRCC

 

A visitor with a work permit

Foreign passport + post-secondary study permit + a valid work permit with a specified employer in Canada + letter of employment

N/A

Dependents of a visitor with a work permit

Foreign passport + post-secondary study permit + proof of dependent relationship

Foreign passport + valid work permit with a specified employer in Canada + letter of employment

A visitor with diplomatic status

 

Foreign, Consular, or Special passport + Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Identity Card + letter confirming diplomatic appointment

N/A

Dependents of a visitor with diplomatic status

1. Foreign, Consular, or Special passport + proof of dependent relationship; or

 

2. Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Identity Card + proof of dependent relationship

Foreign, Consular or Special passport + Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Identity Card + letter confirming diplomatic appointment

 

 

 

 

Religious workers (work permit exempt)

1. Foreign passport + post-secondary study permit + offer of employment from religious organization + proof of ordination

 

2. Foreign passport + post-secondary study permit + proof of ordination + visitor record (IMM 1097)

N/A

Dependents of religious workers (work permit exempt)

Foreign passport +

post-secondary study permit + proof of dependent relationship

1. Foreign passport + offer of employment from religious organization + proof of ordination

 

 2. Foreign passport + proof of ordination + visitor record (IMM 1097)

 

Convention Refugees (Protected Persons)

1. Foreign passport or Single Journey Travel Document (IMM 5485) + post-secondary study permit + “Notice of Decision” issued by the Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB)

 

2. Foreign passport or Single Journey Travel Document (IMM 5485) + A protected person document (IMM 5520) issued by issued by Citizenship and Immigration Canada under section 31(1) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act

N/A

Dependents of Convention Refugees (Protected Persons)

Foreign passport or Single Journey Travel Document + post-secondary study permit + proof of dependent relationship

1. Foreign passport or Single Journey Travel Document (IMM 5485) + post-secondary study permit + “Notice of Decision” issued by the Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB) +

 

2. Foreign passport or Single Journey Travel Document (IMM 5485) + A protected person document (IMM 5520) issued by issued by Citizenship and Immigration Canada under section 31(1) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act

 

Definitions

Canadian Citizens/native Canadian

A citizen of Canada within the meaning of the Citizenship Act, or a person registered as an Indian within the meaning of the Indian Act.

Permanent Resident

A permanent resident within the meaning of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act:

a)      a person who has been granted "permanent resident" status and has not had that status revoked; or

b)      a person who has been approved “in-principle” for permanent resident status in Canada. Evidence of this is a letter which confirms that Citizenship and Immigration Canada has determined that he/she is eligible for immigration to Canada or meets the eligibility requirements to apply for permanent resident status in Canada. Such letters must be dated prior to the enrolment count date and presented prior to the enrolment report due date. Please see Appendix 5 for examples of accepted letters.

   

A Visitor with a Work Permit

A visitor, and his/her dependents, who is authorized to work in Canada having been issued a work permit.

 

The following students are excluded from this category: 

a)      A visitor who is a graduate teaching assistant;

b)      An international student holding a work permit to complete his/her co-op, internship or medical residency employment;

c)      An international student holding an open work permit for post-graduate work (usually for up to three years of work opportunities upon graduation);

d)      An international student whose spouse or common-law partner has received a work permit as a result of the international student holding a valid Study Permit;

e)      An international student holding an “Off-Campus Work Permit”.

f)       International clinical fellows and dependents

g)      Dependents of post-doctorate fellows who received their study permit prior to their parent, spouse, or common law partner receiving their work permit

 

A Visitor with Diplomatic Status

A visitor who is admitted to and remaining in Canada with official accreditation from the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, who has entered Canada, or is in Canada,  to carry out her/his official duties as:

 

a)      a diplomatic or consular officer;

b)      or as a Canadian government-accredited representative or official of a country other than Canada, of the United Nations or any of its agencies, of any intergovernmental organizations of which Canada is a member; 

c)      or as a dependent (see Section 1.1.7 for definition) or a member of the staff of any such diplomat, consular officer; representative or  official accredited to Canada by the Canadian government;  

d)      or a member of a foreign military force or of a civilian component; thereof admitted to

e)      Canada under the Visiting Forces Act or any dependents of such personnel.

 

Religious Workers (work permit exempt)

Per paragraph R186(l) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations, religious workers who are exempt from a work permit applies to persons whose employment will consist mainly of preaching of doctrine, presiding at liturgical functions or providing spiritual counselling, either as an ordained minister, a lay person, or a member of a religious order.

Protected Persons

A person, and his/her dependents, who:

 

a)      has been determined to be a protected person, including a Convention refugee or a person in need of protection, within the meaning of subsection 95(2) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act by the  Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB) or the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration Canada.  A protected person document issued under section 31(1) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act or a “notice of decision” issued by the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration Canada or by the IRB must be presented.

b)      is a refugee claimant who applied to the federal government for Convention refugee status prior to January 1, 1989, and can provide documentation from Citizenship  and Immigration Canada to that effect.

 Legal Dependents
 

Dependents

Dependents are defined as:

 

a)      a spouse;

b)      a common-law partner

c)      a dependent child or the dependent child of a spouse or common-law partner;

d)      a dependent child of the dependent child referred to above.

 

An affidavit signed by both spouses, confirming that they are living together in a conjugal relationship for not less than three years, or that they are living together in a conjugal relationship and are raising any children of whom they both are the natural or adoptive parent, is required to verify their common-law status.

 Dependent Child

A dependent child is a child who is a biological child who has not been adopted by a person other than the spouse or common-law partner, or an adopted child; and who is in one of the following situations of dependency:

 a)      under age 22 and not a spouse or common-law partner;

b)      enrolled continuously at a college, university or other educational institution and dependent  substantially on the financial support of the parent since before age 22 or since becoming a spouse or common-law partner if that occurred before age 22; or

c)      a person with a disability who has been financially supported substantially by his or her parents, and who is unable to be self-supporting because of the disability.

 

3. IF YOUR STATUS IN CANADA CHANGES DURING THE CURRENT FALL-WINTER SESSION, you may become exempt under one of the 'Status in Canada ' exemptions listed below. You must report your status change and present supporting original documents to your Registrar (undergraduate) or School of Graduate Studies Student Services Office (graduate) prior to the deadlines below otherwise, you will be subject to the international student tuition fees. If you present the required documentation, your fees will be adjusted in the Fall-Winter session, provided the status change occurs:

· Before November 1st for the Fall-Winter session fee adjustment, or

· Before February 1st for the Winter term only fee adjustment.

Consult your Registrar (undergraduate) or School of Graduate Studies Student Services Office (graduate) if you have questions regarding these deadlines.

4. IF YOUR STATUS IN CANADA CHANGES DURING THE CURRENT SUMMER SESSION, you may become exempt under one of the 'Status in Canada ' exemptions listed below. You must report your status change and present supporting documents to your Registrar(undergraduate) or School of Graduate Studies Student Services Office (graduate) prior to the deadlines below otherwise, you will be subject to the international student tuition fees. If you present the required documentation, your fees will be adjusted in the current Summer session, provided the status change occurs:

Undergraduate Students:

· Before June 1st for Summer session fee adjustment, or

· Before July 23rd for fee adjustments only for courses that start in late June or July (S section) and the second half of courses that start in May and continue into August (Y section).

Graduate Students:

· Before June 30th for Summer session fee adjustment.

Consult your Registrar(undergraduate) or School of Graduate Studies Student Services Office(graduate) if you have questions regarding these deadlines.

5. IF YOUR STATUS AS AN EXEMPT INTERNATIONAL STUDENT CHANGES PART WAY THROUGH YOUR PROGRAM OF STUDY, you must obtain an extension to your status as an exempt international student before the beginning of the next session, otherwise you will be subject to the international student tuition fees for the next session.

If the exemption status changed as a result of circumstances beyond your control (eg. the dependant of a diplomat whose parent is reassigned to another country), you may continue as exempt until completion of your program. The continuation of the fee exemption does not apply to another other course or program of study that the student may undertake following completion of the original course or program.